A Flexible, Custom Degree
The Bachelor of Arts in General Studies gives you options. Designed for students who need an efficient, flexible path to an interdisciplinary undergraduate degree, general studies is ideal for those interested in exploring multiple fields of study while applying prior learning and already-earned credits.
Build a FoundationA General Studies degree strengthens essential skills, such as integrative learning, critical thinking and communication. Build the academic and intellectual foundation needed to advance your career, or to pursue an advanced degree.
Tailor Your DegreeChoose two areas of focus from the many disciplines and areas of study available at Webster University, including management, psychology, media communications, education, computer science, international relations, and much more.
16th in the Midwest
Webster University continues to be highly ranked on the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges report, now listed as 16th in Midwest Regional Universities and included in four best-of categories. This year, the University's score rose to its highest level since the ranking system was established.
A General Studies Program for Individual Interests and Needs
Academic Program and More Information
Classes are available in a convenient, fully-online format; or, blend your program by taking classes online and at one of our worldwide campuses. The choice is yours.
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