Our students acquire a well-rounded education and develop the skills that employers commonly cite as highly desirable in prospective employees, including communication skills, problem solving, creativity, adaptability, leadership, writing, and analytical skills.
- Analyze diverse array of issues, behaviors, and perspectives from a global viewpoint
- Study history of conflictive and harmonious societies to understand how they have operated
- Investigate global communication and collaboration
- Examine the influence and growth of art and culture throughout history
- Analyze successful leadership within societal and political structures
- Study diverse perspectives and cultures to learn alternative methods and ideas for living and problem solving
- Employ audio and visual media to inform and be informed
- Interact confidently in a variety of workplaces and environments.
Our Graduates Have Secured Careers in a Variety Fields
- Public Relations
- Event Planning
- Education-Teaching/ Tutoring
- Education-Curriculum Design
- Human Resources
- Mass Media
- Technical Writer
- Speech Writer
- Journalism/ Blogger
- Entertainment & the Arts
- Artistic Production/Design
- City Planning
- Non-profit organizations
- Social/ Community Program Manager
- Labor Negotiator
- Museum Curator, Archivist, or Technician
- Interpreter/ Translator
- Market Research Analyst
- Health Services Manager
- Hotel Management
Don't buy into the falsehood that careers for Liberal Arts majors are limited. Demand for traditional Liberal Arts majors is on the rise.
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Many graduates pursue advanced degrees for more specialized study. Because you choose your own coursework, our major can prepare you for a wide range of options for both academic and professional study.
Promoting a creative spirit and a hunger to explore, the program cultivates articulate self-expression across a variety of disciplines, an adaptive and empathetic mindset well-prepared for a changing world, and intelligent, inventive conflict resolution abilities applicable to a diversity of graduate programs.
Many interdisciplinary liberal arts graduates have gone on to professional programs in areas such as medicine, law, health, counseling, social work, public/urban planning.