Liberal Arts Careers Initiative

Beginning in Summer 2016, most students in the College of Liberal Arts will take LBAR 2010: Liberal Arts Careers Preparation in the sophomore year. This is a two credit hour class designed to get students started early planning for success after college graduation.

When should I take LBAR 2010?

The course has been designed to give students time to develop their academic and extra-curricular profiles further before graduation. You should plan to take the course in your sophomore year.

Who should take LBAR 2010?

All students in the College of Liberal Arts can take this course. It is required for most majors. Consult your advisor if you have questions about whether the course applies to you and when you should take it.

What section of LBAR 2010 should I take?

You can get credit for any section of the course, but the sections are divided up to group students in the same or similar majors into sections together. You can consult the chart below, and check the section indicator (LA1, SS1, CJ1, etc.) when you search for courses in Tiger-I.

LBAR 2010 Spring 2017 Section Guide

Day Section Label Title CRN Majors Taking Section: Name
WF LA1 General 17857 Undecided Liberal Arts; Any Major
MF CJ1 Communication & Journalism 17851 Communication, Journalism, Media Studies, Public Relations
MF CJ2 Communication &  Journalism 17853 Communication, Journalism, Media Studies, Public Relations
MF CJ3 Communication &  Journalism 17854 Communication, Journalism, Media Studies, Public Relations
MF HU1 Humanities 17856 English-Creative Writing, English-Professional and Public Writing, English-Literature, French, French International Trade, German, German International Trade, History, Philosophy, Spanish, Spanish International Trade
WF SS1 Social Sciences 17860 Anthropology, Economics -Primary Track, Economics-Quantitative Track, Political Science, Public Administration, Sociology
WF SS2 Social Sciences 17861 Anthropology, Economics -Primary Track, Economics-Quantitative Track, Political Science, Public Administration, Sociology
WF PY1 Psychology 17858 Psychology
WF PY2 Psychology 17859 Psychology
MF AR1 Art & Music 17841 Art, Art History, Music, Music Performance-Instrumental, Music Performance-Piano, Music Performance-Voice

Last Updated: January 09, 2017