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Georgia Gwinnett College School of Liberal Arts

Nika Williams is known on campus for her positive energy and empowering leadership style. Driven by connecting with and learning from others, she has made a mark through several student organizations. Williams said she’s received much more than she’s given through her involvement, including new skills and perspectives she never dreamed possible.

“I’ve honed my public speaking and networking skills,” she said. “I’ve learned how to lead with creativity and innovation and how to organize and prioritize my time. The most important lesson I’ve learned is that everyone has something to offer the world.”

Nika Williams, ’20, Human Development and Ageing Services

The School of Liberal Arts (SLA) provides students with a curriculum that spans seven bachelor’s degree programs and 24 different concentrations.
SLA’s multidisciplinary approach to learning provides lots of options for exploring a broad range of career  interests, including writing for stage and screen, criminology, politics, history, literature,  psychology, aging services and more. It also offers  several minors to further  customize one’s education.
GGC faculty have a passion for helping students create special capstone experiences, real-world internships and service projects that put academic theories to practice.
The School of Liberal Arts offers bachelor’s degrees in these majors:
  • Cinema and Media Arts Production
  • Criminal Justice/Criminology
  • English
  • History
  • Human Development and Aging Services
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
Minors:
  • Criminal Justice/Criminology
  • English
  • Film
  • Geography
  • History
  • Political Science
  • Religious Studies
  • Sociology
Certifications
  • Global Studies
  • Paralegal
Certificate
  • Latin American Studies

I love that the faculty and staff want to see all students succeed. With the many resources they provide, you can do anything you set your mind to.

Nika Williams, ‘20, Human Development and Aging Services