Posted October 02.
2018 12:22:58 At the beginning of each year, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAS) certifies about 500 graduates of a life-skills curriculum, which teaches people how to “live a life that is good for others, good for you, good even for yourself and good for your community.”
Those certificates come with a $5,000 lifetime stipend to help people pay for it.
At the very bottom of the list is the Life Skills Certification for the Arts and Humanities, which is also available in two other certifications: Life Skills and Creative Arts.
In life skills: Learn to love the outdoors; Learn to use tools, craft, and make tools; Learn how to take care of yourself in a family environment.
In the Arts/Humanities certifications, there are a number of other career certifications available.
The American Council on Life is the largest organization in the U.S., and is the most prestigious certification for life.
But, the AAS, along with the College Board, are not the only certifiers offering those certifications.
The Lifelong Learning Institute is the only American college and university offering a life sciences certificate that is a separate and distinct from the arts/humanities certations.
So what does a life science certificate look like, how does it work, and what are the benefits of a Life Skills certification?
Here’s a look at the life sciences and arts/hk certificate requirements.
A LIFE SCIENCE CERTIFICATE (LC)A life sciences degree is typically awarded by one of the following universities: University of Nebraska at Omaha, University of Pennsylvania, University at Buffalo, University College of New York at Binghamton, University Of Michigan, University in New Jersey, University At Buffalo, and University of Minnesota.
ALC is offered by the University of Illinois, Chicago, Duke University, Harvard University, University Michigan, and the University at Cincinnati.
When to Take It?
The first year or two that you apply for the degree, you have six years to prepare.
(University of Texas at Austin, for example, requires a four-year program.)
So what’s the wait?
You can finish the life-science program in two years, as long as it isn’t an intensive curriculum.
In other words, you can complete the program in a few weeks and still complete the degree.
What Does This Certificate Mean?
At the end of a six-year life science program, you will get an associate’s degree in your field of study, according to the college’s website.
At least one of these six courses must be in the humanities, as well, so you don’t have to worry about getting a four year degree in creative arts, for instance, or the arts and humanities.
This certificate, on the other hand, is a full-fledged, full-ride program that has all the benefits and drawbacks of an arts/life-skilling certificate.
You won’t get the same career path as other bachelor’s degree programs.
As a matter of fact, you won’t even know what your degree is all about until you take it.
You’ll be taking one of four courses in each of the three major fields—the humanities, arts, and sciences, respectively.
So what does this program have to do with being an artist?
The certificate also doesn’t make you the first person ever in the world to do something in the arts.
After all, most people don’t make it past the first year of a degree program and don’t ever learn anything.
That’s because they’re not taught about the arts through this program, or, they’re told to start somewhere else.
“Artists are people who have lived and worked and experienced things,” says Michael Krieger, director of the Art Resource Center at the University Of Chicago’s Art Institute.
“They are, by their own admission, people who are very creatively motivated.
That is why they do what they do.”
For this reason, he says, any art, music, or literature student can start on a certificate program.
Why You Should Take It: Art majors don’t just study the arts—they also learn about how to be an artist, Kriegers says.
But art and creativity are two different things.
“What we can do is teach them the skills that are relevant to their chosen field,” he explains.
“We can also be really creative.”
And because arts and creativity have traditionally come from outside, you’ll be able to tap into your creative side.
The Benefits of a Lifestyle Skills CertificationWhile a certificate in the life skills field is great for someone pursuing an art degree, its also great for anyone who might