Degree ProgramsThe Division of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Center for Worker Education offers three degree programs:
- Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences;
- Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education;
- Master of Arts in the Study of Americas.
Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences (B.A.)Many students ask, “What is an interdisciplinary liberal arts degree?” A liberal arts degree is the most common degree or credential in the United States. The liberal arts degree gives students the tools or methods needed to participate in the discourse of interpreting the world, researching and analyzing, and articulating what an individual believes to be true about human experience.
Early Childhood Education (B.S.)The Center for Worker Education’s Early Childhood Education degree program (Bachelor of Science) is the City College School of Education’s undergraduate teacher education program.
M.A. in the Study of the AmericasThe Division of Interdisciplinary Studies offers an M.A. in the Study of the Americas. Like the CWE undergraduate program, the M.A. in the Study of the Americas is an interdisciplinary liberal arts degree.