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Hey guys, sorry but I couldn't find specifically where it lists what kind of classes are considered liberal arts?

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disruptor said:
Hey guys, sorry but I couldn't find specifically where it lists what kind of classes are considered liberal arts?

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Is there any specific reason you need to know? The only things that AADSAS differentiates are the BCP and science classes, so I guess from their POV you can consider every non-science class as liberal arts.
 
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Hey Tzips,

Nova wants a letter of recommendation from a professor in the fine arts so that's why I was wondering. But I am pretty sure it is anything but science, i can't see it being literally an arts class or something? Thanks.
 

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They want a fine art letter? That's wierd, I didn't send them one, but I had a commitee letter so that's different anyway. My advice is to ask the non-science professor you know the best or did the best in their class so they can write you a good letter.
 

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I agree, that is a bit odd. I had a committee letter, though, so I really can't comment.

If they asked for a fine arts letter, you probably could have it from a studio art prof (?), but I'd recommend someone like an English prof if possible - they can generally write excellenty, and it shows that you are a multitalented, multifaceted person.

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disruptor said:
Hey guys, sorry but I couldn't find specifically where it lists what kind of classes are considered liberal arts?

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Courses under the aegis of Liberal Arts include art, English, literature, philosophy, mathematics, social sciences, art history, history, and language courses to name a few. I don't recall NOVA requesting a LOR from a fine arts professor (which would be either a painting or sculpture instructor). I didn't have one in my LOR lineup and was accepted to NOVA - if that helps clear things up.