BA Liberal Arts Curriculum

Curriculum

Monticello College stands on the belief that the original American Founder leadership was the product of a particular educational system, known to the great leaders of the past, but mostly lost to modern academia. It is a principle-centered process grounded in the belief in God and immutable moral law, framed on the classics of literature, history, science, the arts, and philosophy while crowned in the discipline of real-world application under the guidance of committed and caring mentors.

Subjects Covered in Our Undergraduate Degree of Liberal Arts:

  • History
  • Political Science
  • Political Economy
  • Fine Arts
  • Performing Arts
  • Debate/Public Speaking
  • Comparative Religious Studies 
  • International Relations 
  • Negotiation and Diplomacy 
  • Statesmanship
  • Constitutional Law
  • Current Events
  • Mathematics
  • Protocol and Etiquette 
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Public Policy
  • Philosophy
  • Literature
  • Science
  • Foreign Language

The foundation of our curriculum is the Great Books of the Western World. We supplement that set of classics with additional literature, history, applied science and mathematics, the performing arts, debate and extemporaneous speaking, simulations, an abundance of outdoor classroom time, and Trek (outdoor adventure). 

 

First Year – Domestic Interests

 

Second Year – Political Economy

 

Third Year – World History

 

Fourth Year – Statesmanship/Mission