Bachelor of Science in General Studies
REQUIRED CREDITS: 180
LOCATIONS and START DATES: Bellevue, WA: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer | Centralia, WA: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer | Everett, WA: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer | Online: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer | Port Angeles, WA: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer | Renton, WA: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer | Tacoma, WA: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer
Is the bachelor's in General Studies program for me?This is a great way to go if you are undecided about which career path to follow. We'll help you put together an individualized study plan to prepare you for what's next. You can earn a B.S. degree online or in class. If you choose online, you still have access to all CityU's great resources. You will log in to get assignments, discuss topics with your classmates, collaborate on projects and check your grades. Basically, everything you do in class but without the commute.
What will I learn in the bachelor's in General Studies program?In a lot of ways, that's up to you. You'll work closely with an admissions advisor to customize a degree program that fits your needs and interests - and gives you credit for classes you've already completed.
What can I do with my bachelor's degree in General Studies?City University's B.S. in General Studies degree program is all about building a foundation - developing the critical thinking skills you need to analyze problems and data. You can put those qualifications to work in a number of positions in a variety of fields.
Want to transfer to CityU? We'll accept up to 90 credits you earned at a community college, technical college or university - with or without a prior degree. No hassles. Learn more, then talk with admissions advisor.
How to get started:
Lower-Division Requirements (90)
College Writing: 5
College Mathematics: 5
Social Sciences: 15
Natural Sciences/Mathematics: 15
Upper-Division Requirements (90)
Eighty-five credits of approved upper-division work, selected from two to four academic disciplines with a minimum of 15 credits per discipline, following completion of lower-division work.
This course, the final class in the general studies bachelor level program, offers students the opportunity to integrate and consolidate their knowledge of the discipline. It is strongly recommended that students complete all other courses in their program before enrolling in GS 495.