A Liberal Arts degree cultivates in students practices of critical thinking that integrate knowledge of history, language arts, philosophy, visual and performing arts, religious studies, and social sciences into a coherent, but adaptable perspective. Students acquire a broad-based education to become proficient readers, writers, speakers, and problem solvers. They are prepared for both further study in these fields and careers that call for creative/innovative thinking, effective communication, sound interpersonal skills, and flexibility. Studying the Liberal Arts also kindles a deep, lasting commitment to life-long learning, personal growth, cultural diversity, civic engagement, and ethical living.
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School of Liberal Arts & Communication
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Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, you will be able to:
- Communicate and/or conduct academic research in specific fields.
- Use qualitative/quantitative reasoning to solve problems.
- Use oral, written, and visual communication to express themselves effectively and present ideas to an intended audience.
- Display respect for values, experiences, and belief systems that are different from their own.
- Evaluate information and ideas from diverse sources and disciplines.
- Evaluate your own ethics and traditions in relation to those of other people.
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View a semester-by-semester course plan of study and information on transferring this degree to other colleges and universities on the Liberal Arts Degree Map.