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Bachelor of Science in General Studiesnext
Bachelor of Science in General Studies
Medaille's on-campus and online general studies degree is ideal for working adults who already have approximately two years of college credit or an associate degree, and who need flexible scheduling options. The program is designed to produce well-rounded critical thinkers with the ability to analyze and synthesize disparate topics, function effectively in workplace teams, and direct actions based on an understanding of ethical behavior and personal responsibility. Earn your degree in general studies at our Buffalo campus or online and take the next step toward success.
The general studies program at Medaille is considered a FLEX program - you are given a great deal of flexibility in choosing which courses to take so that you may tailor your learning experiences. FLEX gives you the ultimate flexible schedule and learning experience!
FLEX program - pick and choose from a wide variety of courses to customize your learning experience!
Online program has no scheduled class times — while there are weekly due dates, you can complete your coursework on a schedule that works best for you
Complete your degree in as little as two and a half years, taking one course at a time
Fall, spring and summer starts
MEDAILLE FITS YOUR LIFE.
- Personalized support
- Guaranteed classes
- Collaborative learning environment
- Financial aid and scholarships available
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Buffalo campus: (716) 932-2568
Rochester campus: (585) 272-0030