120 credits (up to 64 transfer credits)
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies
Reimagine your potential by completing your bachelor’s degree at Georgetown University.
Our part-time bachelor’s completion program provides you with the well-rounded expertise you need to advance your career while also balancing personal and professional commitments.
We know you have professional goals across a wide range of fields—including business, international relations, media and communications, and the humanities— our program is designed to help you get there. A bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University has been proven to open doors, be it: a promotion, a new career opportunity, or graduate school admission.
- Number of Credits: 120 credits (up to 64 transfer credits)
Number of Credits
- Format: On-campus with select courses online
On-campus with select courses online
- Tuition: $984 per credit hour*
$984 per credit hour*
- Enrollment: Full-time or part-time
Full-time or part-time
- Duration: 2 to 4 years
2 to 4 years
- Semester of Entry: Fall, spring, summer
Semester of Entry
Fall, spring, summer
With a focus on written and verbal communication, our core curriculum exposes you to a breadth of disciplines, including business and entrepreneurship, philosophy, humanities, and natural and social sciences. You’ll also have the opportunity to further hone your skills in a specific concentration area, which will build upon the core academic foundations of the curriculum.
As a student in the program, you’ll have access to Georgetown’s diverse network of professional and academic resources. You’ll learn from a faculty of distinguished scholars and industry leaders, who bring academic knowledge and professional expertise into the classroom. Outside of class, you’ll have opportunities to attend individual academic advising sessions with expert advising staff, designed to help you stay on track in achieving your goals throughout your time in the program—and beyond.
Testimonials from current students and alumni.
The faculty were actively working to provide the kind of relevant, practical instruction that would serve my career needs, not just my intellectual curiosity. I was blown away by the depth and breadth of experience the program's instructors brought to the table.”Dean Thompson Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies
You’ll leave the program with not only stronger critical thinking, analytical, and communication skills, but also the professional skills necessary to make you a more competitive candidate in the workforce.
*Tuition rates for each term are published annually, typically in February. Total tuition listed here reflects Fall semester of entry.