LBST is the subject code used for all Liberal
Studies courses, including the required Core courses and the Tutorials and Graduating
Studies is the interdisciplinary examination of subjects related to the
Humanities, Social Sciences, and Sciences. Completing a major in Liberal Studies at Capilano
combines a mix of LBST core
courses and elective coursework. Refer to the Program Requirements for specific details. The
degree prepares students for a wide range of professional and educational
Liberal Studies students successfully complete a minimum of 6.00 credits of courses from the university's approved Course List, including required core course LBST 201 - Refiguring Knowledge. Many of the courses on the Q/A Course List are Science courses and can also be used to meet the degree's lower-level Science requirement. To access the Course List, go to the university's Quantitative Analytical Courses page.
LSBA is an
acronym frequently used on campus to refer to Capilano University’s Bachelor of
Arts with Major in Liberal Studies, or – a little less formally – the Liberal
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