Are you creative and curious? Would you like to hone the skills to think, critique and persuade that open doors to a wide variety of professions? Keep your options wide open while you study all the things you love!
Three A-levels at grades CCC or above.
Or BTEC triple grades MMM or above.
Or Access 23-45 D/M with min 6D.
And GCSE English Language at grade 4 or grade C or above.
New course for September 2022
UCAS points 96
UCAS code LIB1
Duration Three years full-time
If you've got so many interests that you can't decide exactly which course to choose then BA (Hons) Liberal Arts could be for you as you get to choose from a whole host of modules, giving you the opportunity to explore many subjects.
Liberal Arts explores modules and subjects which are rooted in creative arts and humanities and develops your understanding of wider social, cultural and political issues. You'll be introduced to the liberal arts approach to study and develop their critical thinking by creating projects which draw on a range of disciplines.
You'll be introduced to the liberal arts approach to study and become an independent learner and thinker, developing your critical thinking and by creating projects which draw on a range of disciplines.
You'll design your own course, choosing the options that best reflects your interests from the wide range of modules available as you explore the arts, humanities and social sciences to unpack the world we live in.
Liberal Arts is a well-known degree choice in the USA. If you're weighing up options across arts, humanities and social sciences, the Liberal Arts degree could give you the range of intellectual topics you desire.
Study a wide range of subjects, be a free-thinking, curious citizen who understands how to make an impact within their communities.
Develops critical thinking and essential transferrable skills for the workplace.
Facilities include our state of the art TV and Radio broadcasting and journalism centre on our BBC campus and our on-site Arts Centre with 300-seat theatre.
How and why has visual culture become so important in our society?
What is the future of social media?
How do local communities respond to world events?
How does society ensure that movements like Black Lives Matter have impact and affect change?
What is culture and how do we read it?
Who owns the media and who decides what we know?
As critical thinkers and creative problem-solvers, graduates of a liberal arts degree will be well-suited to postgraduate study and careers across various sectors such as arts, PR, journalism, civil service, politics, media, education, libraries and archives.
Fees UK students: £9250 per annum
Fees for International students: £12000 per annum
Includes debate, workshops, practicals and discussion.
Course work such as essays, presentations and practical work.
Sarah, Director of the School of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences, an experienced actor, journalist and educator leads our BA (Hons) Liberal Arts course.View full profile