A liberal arts degree will not only increase your employment marketability, it will advance and refine your competencies for new employment responsibilities. Graduates from this liberal arts degree program apply their education in a wide variety of careers, including public policy, mass media, law, city planning, business, information systems, journalism, publishing, education, sales and marketing, government, communications, museum work, and entertainment.
The College of Liberal Arts prides itself in educating students for life. Designed to enhance personal and professional growth, this undergraduate degree completion program supports a life of intellectual exploration, integrated learning, and personal development. You gain knowledge and intellectual and interpersonal skills that provide a basis for career advancement in virtually every career in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors.
With a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts, you gain the foundational background in a variety of disciplines necessary to pursue graduate study in many specialized fields.
Additionally, degree minors provide a unique opportunity to focus your career goals on a specific area of interest.