BA in Liberal Studies

AULA’s bachelor’s degree completion program is designed for returning, adult students who are ready to claim their education.

At Antioch University Los Angeles, we place so much value on the personal and professional experiences of our adult learners that we offer prior learning credit for college-level learning they acquired outside of a classroom.

The BA program allows students to concentrate in the following academic areas: Addiction Studies, Business and Social Entrepreneurship, Child StudiesCreative Writing, Liberal Studies, Psychology, Queer Studies, and Urban Studies. Students may also create a unique concentration of their own. AULA offers fast-track option into most of AULA’s innovative master’s programs. By taking certain fast track classes that count toward both an undergraduate and graduate degree, students can earn master’s as much as two quarters sooner than in a traditional program.

Become part of a powerful community of engaged adult learners, and acquire the skills, knowledge, and hands-on experience to meet your professional goals.

Community College Scholars Program

Antioch University Los Angeles is proud to announce the Community College Scholars Program, a new scholarship opportunity for undergraduate students transferring from a community college with whom AULA has an articulation agreement. This opportunity is available if you apply to enter one of Antioch’s bachelor’s programs in Fall 2016, Winter 2017, or Spring 2017. If granted a Community College Scholarship, Antioch will waive the tuition for your first 6 units, a savings of up to $4,000. You are eligible for this scholarship if you have earned a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA and at least 24 transferable semester units at a qualifying community college.

If you meet the criteria above, you will automatically be considered for the scholarship. Preference will be given to students who have been enrolled in and completed the community college units within the last four years. Click here for more information.
 

Undergraduate Fall New Student Orientation

Bachelor's degree programs:
Wed., Sept. 7th, 5 -7 pmIn the Library & Computer Lab on the 4th floor. Led by Program Co-Chair Kirsten Grimstad.
Tues., Sept. 20th, 3-5 pmIn the Teaching & Learning Center & Computer Lab on the 4th floor. Led by Program Co-Chair MeHee Hyun.
Thurs., Sept. 29th, noon-2 pmIn the Teaching & Learning Center & Computer Lab on the 4th floor. Led by Program Co-Chair MeHee Hyun.
Certificate in Web Development program:
Tues., Sept. 20th, 6-7:30 pm Led by Program Co-Chair MeHee Hyun.
Mon., Sept. 26th, 5-6:30 pm Late orientation led the program Administrative Director Audrey Mandelbaum.
 

Learn to Code While You Get Your Bachelor’s Degree!

Get a full-time career in coding in six months all the while you earn credits towards your undergraduate degree. Learn more here.

  • Financial aid available
  • Veteran education benefits available

Get started today by attending an open house, learning about our classes and instructors or contacting us to learn more. We are here to help.

 

“The Value of a Liberal Arts Education in Today’s Global Marketplace”
Huffington Post

“What Is a 21st Century Liberal Education?”
Association of American Colleges & Universities