A Liberal Arts degree cultivates in students practices of critical thinking that integrate the 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 further study in these fields and careers that call for creative and innovative thinking, effective communication, sound interpersonal skills, and flexibility. Studying the Liberal Arts also kindles a deep, lasting commitment to lifelong learning, personal growth, cultural diversity, civic engagement, and ethical living.
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.
The Liberal Arts degree has several concentrations in the following areas of study:
- General Studies Concentration Program Map
- American Studies Concentration Program Map
- Film Studies Concentration Program Map
- Humanities Concentration Program Map
- International Studies Concentration Program Map
- Native American Studies Concentration Program Map
- Philosophy Concentration Program Map
- Religious Studies Concentration Program Map