We offer both introductory and upper division courses that allow students to experience a wide range of offerings, from Ancient and Medieval Western culture to Environmental Literature to Introduction to Political Science to Diversity Psychology.
Small classes at Landmark College allow for personal attention from faculty, and several courses in Liberal Studies include a significant experiential component: Cultural Anthropology, Civic Engagement, Personal History, and all of our Study Abroad options allow students to engage in material in a variety of ways. Our faculty are passionate about what they teach and they design courses to engage students, create a supportive classroom environment, and share that passion.
Liberal Studies disciplines:
- Political Science
- Associate of Arts in Liberal Studies
- Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies
- Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Meet the Liberal Studies faculty
Chair, Liberal Studies Department
Dean, Liberal Studies and Arts; Program Coordinator, B.A. Psychology
Program Coordinator, B.A. Liberal Studies