Choosing a Bachelor of General Studies

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Why choose a Bachelor of General Studies?

Choosing a Bachelor of General Studies

A Bachelor of General Studies is a non-major or non-specialized degree. Students receive a broad general education from both the arts and sciences. While there is no major, students must take core English and writing and composition courses. Students who enroll in the Canadian Bachelor of General Studies will:

  1. Study and obtain credits from a variety of universities within the Canadian Virtual University conglomerate.
  2. Complete 120 credits, comparable to a 3-year degree, through open learning.
  3. Choose courses that interest them, while self directing their degree toward both academic and career goals.
Courses may be taken from:

  • Arts
  • Fine Art
  • Education
  • Business
  • Sciences
  • Technology
  • Administration



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