At Hilbert College, we believe it is important that we prepare
you to enter the workforce as a well rounded, knowledgeable,
and competent professional. Your course of study in liberal studies is designed to not only prepare you as a rehabilitation services professional, but as a competent member of a global community positioned to appreciate the world around you in
all its complexity. Through a courseof discipline specific study, you will learn the skills necessary to compete in today’s job market. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to broaden your learning as you expand your understanding of the world though study within the liberal arts – knowledge increasingly sought by prospective employers

The Baccalaureate of Science Degree in Liberal Studies
 (120 Credit Hours)
General Education Requirements (15)
COM 151 Public Speaking
EN 101 College Writing
EN 102 Writing in the Humanities
GS 101 Foundations Seminar
PS 402 Current Events Symposium
Specific General Education Core Modules: (30)
General Education Elective
Intercultural Awareness
Interdisciplinary Studies
Literature and Arts
Moral Reasoning
Political Science/History/Geography
Religious Studies
All College (Any Level)   (15)
Requirements In Major    (21)
COM/ENG 240 Art of Persuasion
GEO/HI/PS 288 World History and Geography I
GEO/HI/PS 289 World History and Geography II
Liberal Studies Electives
   (12 credit hours, any level)
Upper Level Requirements in Major (21)
EN 340 Professional and Technical Writing
EN 341 Advanced Writing
Liberal Studies Electives
   (15 credit hours, upper level)
Upper Level General Electives (18)
   Liberal Arts (9 credit hours)
   All College  (9 credit hours)
A total of five All College and Liberal Studies electives may be used for semester-length internships.