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:
- Solve problems through qualitative reasoning.
- Conduct academic research in a specific field or fields.
- Integrate information and ideas from diverse sources and disciplines.
- Present ideas to an intended audience or audiences through oral, written, and/or visual means.
- Express the value of experiences, traditions, or belief systems that are different from their own.
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The Liberal Arts degree is designed to provide the student with the opportunity to tailor a degree to the student’s area of interest while meeting the degree requirements listed below. Several concentrations are available and a semester-by-semester course plan of study for each is available through a degree map. Work closely with an academic advisor and follow the degree map for your chosen field of study to complete the degree requirements for the Associate in Arts in Liberal Arts.