The Liberal Studies-Ukiah Degree Completion Program offers coursework in the social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences while providing a flexible major through which students may also take courses in other areas of interest. Acceptance into the Liberal Studies-Ukiah major requires that students are residents of Mendocino County or Lake County, have completed all California State University transfer requirements, and have been admitted to Sonoma State University as a Liberal Studies-Ukiah major.
Earn Your Degree from SSU by Taking Classes Near You
The Liberal Studies-Ukiah B.A. Program offers face-to-face, hybrid and (soon!) online courses taught by SSU faculty from departments across campus. Face-to-face meetings are scheduled evenings and weekends at Mendocino College for students with work, family or other commitments that do not allow them to join traditional programs on the SSU main campus in Rohnert Park. The Liberal Studies-Ukiah degree completion program is a supportive learning community where students are challenged intellectually as they experience a broad range of coursework.
Why Major in Liberal Studies?
Like other liberal arts majors, the Liberal Studies-Ukiah major is designed to provide students with a broad educational background that is excellent preparation for students interested in careers in teaching or counseling, the legal profession, or business as well as graduate work in the social sciences and the humanities. Our NEW Careers for Liberal Studies Grads page provides more information about careers and certificate, credential and graduate school options for students who earn a B.A. in Liberal Studies, as well as tips for requesting letters of recommendaton.