A degree in general science allows students to pursue a broad range of science classes in all areas of science. While those who major in biology or chemistry will find that their course load is heavily concentrated with courses in their chosen major, those who study general science will be able to pick from all science courses to ensure that their studies suit their specific areas of interest.
General arts is the generalized study of the liberal arts and sciences. These courses are sometime referred to as "classical education studies." The curriculum in general arts is on general knowledge and intellectual capacities. This course of study includes coverage of the following seven liberal arts: Arts History Mathematics Philosophy Science Literature Language
The term “business degrees” is often used as an umbrella term covering a wide range of courses, in subjects that include finance, accounting, management and economics. It may be useful to think about two main types of business degrees: those that cover a broad spectrum of business-related subjects, and those which focus more specifically on a narrower strand.