The School of Liberal Arts offers varied curricula, including university-transferable general education courses in English and speech, social and behavioral sciences, humanities and world languages. The school offers associate in arts degrees in American Sign Language Interpreting, General Studies, Human Services, Psychology and Spanish Language, and certificates in Academic Transfer, American Sign Language Interpreting, Creative Writing, Leadership, and Traumatic Stress Aide. Liberal Arts courses are designed to give students a solid foundation in general education by emphasizing essential skills that prepare students for an active life, professionally and personally. Many of these degrees will transfer to bachelor’s degree programs at four-year colleges. The school also offers courses in developmental education that are designed to increase college readiness by improving basic skills in reading and writing.