The Associate of Science in General Studies is a two-year program designed for:
- students seeking a high quality two-year liberal arts degree
- students who must be enrolled in a 2-year degree program to satisfy financial aid eligibility requirements
- students who choose to demonstrate proficiency at the university level before applying to their four-year major of choice
Like all other majors within the College, students in General Studies benefit from Lawrence Tech’s outstanding faculty, small class sizes, structured core curriculum, state-of-the-art technology and impressive laboratory facilities. In addition, students consult with academic advisors genuinely interested in the needs and educational goals of each individual.
The program gives access to any of the baccalaureate programs at the University following the successful completion of a designated set of courses specific to that degree. Students complete classes in a variety of subject areas, fulfilling the general education requirements common to all curricula at the University. While enrolled in General Studies, students may also elect to take foundation courses within their intended major.
The General Studies program at Lawrence Tech offers:
- a wide range of courses specifically designed for achieving proficiency in key subject areas such as mathematics, science and communication
- specially designed core courses, common to all Lawrence Tech degree programs, in which students develop the ability to think both critically and creatively
- opportunities to complete selected courses in areas such as engineering, computer science, architecture and design, science, business and others, in preparation for pursuing a four-year degree
- an Academic Achievement Center that provides a wide range of tutoring and support services
- access to Lawrence Tech’s state-of-the-art computer and laboratory facilities
For additional information about the General Studies program or to connect with an advisor, please contact the College of Arts and Sciences at 248-204-3500, by sending email to email@example.com, or by visiting S101 in the Science Building.