Bachelor of Science in General Studies

AVAILABLE: Online | In-class

Program Details

City University of Seattle offers a Bachelor of Science in General Studies program for students looking to earn a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies or create an individualized study plan. Our admissions advisors will work closely with you to customize a degree program that meets requirements and gives you the knowledge you're after.

When you get your bachelor's in general studies at CityU of Seattle, you can transfer up to 135 credits completed at other institutions. So whether you're brand new to college or trying to finish up your last few classes, CityU is ready to help you finish your degree program in a way that works for you.

Flexible, Online Learning Options

The Bachelor of Science in General Studies is one of CityU's most versatile degree programs. Classes are offered online or in class at a variety of locations around the Seattle area. Regardless of your mode of delivery, we keep class sizes small. Our instructors teach what they do for a living, not just what's in the book. They're smart, successful people who can help take you where you want to go.

Contact a CityU advisor to start planning your degree today. We'll help you create a personalized syllabus so you can tackle your bachelor's degree once and for all.

Where CityU Can Take You

Your bachelor's degree in general studies will help you build a foundation for your professional career. Regardless of your focus area, we'll make sure you develop the critical thinking skills you need to analyze problems and create innovative solutions. You can put those qualifications to work in a number of positions throughout a variety of fields.

Get Started Today!

CityU brings your bachelor's degree within reach by offering our general studies degree online and in class for your convenience. Connect with one of our advisors to start customizing your own degree program today.

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Lower-Division Requirements (90)

College Writing: 5
College Mathematics: 5
Humanities: 15
Social Sciences: 15
Natural Sciences/Mathematics: 15
Electives: 35

Upper-Division Requirements (90)

Student must choose two different 20 credit concentration areas from the following: Sociology; Psychology, Communication; Information Systems/Computer Systems; Business/Management; Accounting; Marketing; Project Management; Human Resources; Marketing; Communications.
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