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.
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:
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- Native American Studies Concentration Degree Map
- Philosophy Concentration Degree Map
- Religious Studies Concentration Degree Map