Liberal Arts & Sciences Tracks
In your Liberal Arts education at FLCC, you'll have the option of pursuing our broad-based General Studies track, or you can choose to study a specialized track. Upon completing your studies, your transcript will indicate that you earned a Liberal Arts degree, and it will also indicate the track you've studied.
American Sign Language is a growing language in Rochester, NY and surrounding areas, and it is the third most studied language on college campuses. Our ASL track will prepare you for transfer opportunities and for the career you'll ultimately pursue.
Learning a second language gives you a considerable advantage in today's globalized job market. With FLCC's French track, you'll begin preparing for a career that applies a diversity of languages to your everyday occupation.
Our General Studies track is a broad-based degree option that allows you to take courses in a variety of subject areas that match your interests. At FLCC, you can pursue an A.A. or A.S. Liberal Arts and Sciences: General Studies Track.
Practically every field contains people whose background is in the humanities. Choosing FLCC's Humanities track gives you the core educational background that'll lead you to discovering your career.
Our Literature track will prepare you for a career that centers on the written word. Close reading, critical analysis, and emphasis on writing are some of the key skills you'll gain while pursuing your Liberal Arts degree with a track in Literature.
Explore the options you can take with a career path that centers on applying mathematics. Taking the first steps and earning your Liberal Arts degree with a track in Mathematics gives you the education you'll need when seeking transfer opportunities.
Earning your Liberal Arts degree with a track in Theatre provides you the technical production, acting, communication, and video production skills you'll need when seeking opportunities in acting, dramaturgy, directing, management and production.
Pursuing your Liberal Arts degree with a track in Writing gives you a broad, balanced exposure to the liberal arts by incorporating courses in the humanities, social sciences, mathematics and sciences.
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