The Arts and Science curriculum is hands-on learning, engaging in real-life projects. Our curriculum focuses on practical problem solving and innovation. Our faculty are practitioners, sharing their professional experiences inside and outside the classroom. They help students become effective communicators, critical thinkers, and analytical problem solvers.
The Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies with MCOLES Basic Police Training requires at least 120 semester hours of coursework. It is a joint program between Miller College and Kellogg Community College and Kalamazoo Valley Community College, designed for the student planning to enter the field of Law Enforcement. A student completing this program will complete MCOLES Basic Police Training and will earn an Associate of Applied Science degree from KCC or KVCC and a Bachelor of Science degree from Miller College.
The human services program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills that are essential for the broad and varied field of human service workers. human service organizations. Another core course in the program will emphasize the relevance knowledge and application of professional ethical standards.
Titles of human service workers include:
Miller College’s General Studies curriculum allows for a broad=based education. We teach the student to think critically, communicate effectively, and pull together knowledge from many disciplines. These are needed skills to be successful in any career. The broad curriculum demonstrates to employers the skills the graduate has developed by working through a college-level program in a variety of subject areas. Miller College embodies a central philosophy of a liberal arts education that learning to think critically and have the ability to communicate, both orally and in writing, is a benefit both personally and professionally.
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