Bachelor of General Studies Degree

Concentration Areas

The Bachelor of General Studies is a general degree that can be used for entry into a wide variety of occupations. The BGS degree serves as a bridge to numerous graduate degree programs and prepares you for employment in areas not requiring specific baccalaureate degrees. The area of emphasis or concentration can be tailored to prepare you for entry into a particular career area. Concentrations that can be accessed electronically through the Virtual College include, but are not limited to:

Business Communication
Child Development
Education
General Business
Geography/GIS
Gerontology
Health Promotion
Historical Studies
Human Services
Information Networking and Telecommunications
Justice Studies
Military Specialties
Music
Organizational Leadership
Political Leadership and Public Service
Psychological Studies
Rural Studies
Tourism & Hospitality Management

The concentrations in Education, Historical Studies, and Psychological Studies can include any combination of course work from the respective department for a total of 21 hours.

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