12 Sep Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts

Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts

Centenary University
Completion Time: Less than 3 years
Credit Hours: 64
Tuition: $611 per credit hour

Class Description

Centenary University’s accelerated Associate of Liberal Arts (A.A.) with a Business emphasis can provide you with the professional skills you need to advance your career in a competitive economy. Designed for busy, working adults, the program offers:
Classes both online and in person at our Parsippany learning center.

An accelerated format in which classes run for eight weeks and start six times a year.
Our comprehensive 64-credit accelerated business program includes a solid foundation in the arts and sciences. It also provides a range of introductory courses in management and business principles including leadership, teamwork and communication.

Centenary’s Associate of Liberal Arts program often attracts students in the early stages of their business careers who are either just beginning their education or have some university experience. When you graduate from this program, you will be ready to:
Pursue a wider range of employment opportunities.

Transfer your credits to earn your bachelor’s degree at Centenary or elsewhere.

A university education is the first step on the road to success in today’s business world.

Please call 973-257-5190 or toll free 877-437-3746 for more information.


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