B.A. Liberal Studies Napa Valley / Solano
General Program Information and Academic Advising
About the Program
Sonoma State University offers an upper-division program at Napa Valley College and Solano Community College, Vallejo Center leading to a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies. The program offers a wide variety of courses from the social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences. Courses taught by SSU faculty are scheduled evenings, weekends, and online for the working student.
The major consists of 50 units of coursework in a variety of disciplines, organized into three broad areas.
- Arts/Humanities: 16 units
- Social Sciences: 16 units
- Natural Sciences: 6 units
- Electives: 12 units
Up to 6 units of Internship can be included as Electives.
Classes are held at:
Solano Community College, Vallejo Center
545 Columbus Parkway
Vallejo, CA 94591
Napa Valley College Campus
2277 Napa-Vallejo Highway
Napa, CA 94558
Prospective students are strongly encouraged to attend an information meeting. This is the best way to get in-depth information about the program. Meetings are conducted several times per semester on each campus, and provide a comprehensive overview of the philosophy, requirements, and organization of the program.
- Information Meetings at Napa Valley College
- Information Meetings at Solano Community College campuses
Other SSU Liberal Studies Degrees
Saturday B.A. Degree Completion Program - Designed for working adults, students come to campus one Saturday per month and participate in weekly online discussion forums. The program offers a trans-disciplinary, seminar-based approach to learning. This program is offered in partnership with the Hutchins School of Liberal Studies.
The Hutchins School of Liberal Studies - The Hutchins School of Liberal Studies is a unique school within the larger institution of Sonoma State University. Hutchins students complete all lower-division general education requirements, with the exception of mathematics--through an interdisciplinary, theme-oriented focus. "Learning to learn," small seminar classes, close cooperation and a feeling of community among students and faculty are highlights of this program. This is offered stateside for regularly matriculated students.
Liberal Studies Ukiah - Residents of Mendocino and Lake Counties may be interested in the Liberal Studies B.A. program based at the Mendocino College campus in Ukiah. This is offered stateside for regularly matriculated students.