Liberty School of Business Should not Require Gen Eds

Gen Ed classes make up half of a students' required classes. This requires students to spend half of their time studying information they will not need later in life

Students tend to make worse grades in classes they do not find interesting or helpful. This leads to Gen Ed classes lowering student GPAs.

The Liberty School of Business can add more business classes in their curriculum if they remove gen eds. This will allow students to learn even more skills that will benefit them during their careers

Business students will enjoy their college experience more with the removal of gen ed classes

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