Liberal Arts

The world is a marketplace of ideas, perspectives, and philosophies. Because technology changes everything, you can pursue a liberal arts education that provides you with the knowledge and ability to actively participate in that exchange and contribute to society in the process. Asking the right questions, liberal arts graduates can synthesize information, think critically, solve problems and effectively communicate about all manner of human endeavor. These skills provide the basis for a number of potential career options. In a world of specialists, there is always a need for people who can draw upon a wealth of knowledge and skills to consider differing points of view, while keeping an eye on the big picture.


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