The following majors have been selected because of the possibility of securing a living-wage, professional entry-level job in our local economy.  Two majors (Psychology and Social Work) often require continued education at the Master's level, and Liberal Studies requires an additional year for a Teaching Credential, but overall, the majors chosen allow a student to enter the workforce directly. 
*General Studies is a term used to apply to majors that utilize almost any Associate degree.  Other names for equivalent majors include "Applied Studies," "Applied Science," "Leadership Studies", and "Organizational Leadership." These majors focus on general management skills.