Degrees and Majors
Studies in the liberal arts prepare students for life-long careers.
The School of Liberal Arts consists of the:
The liberal arts core provides an interactive and mutually enriching curriculum that empowers students to
become multi-dimensional critical and creative thinkers and life-long learners.
Preparation for the Future
The school provides a well-rounded foundation in knowledge and skills to prepare students for a wide range of graduate programs and professional career paths including:
- Church Relations
- College and Secondary Teaching
- Government Relations
- Law and Paralegal
- Library, Art, and Museum Administration
- Media Production and Journalism
- Public Administration
- Sales and Institutional Management
- School Administration
- Social Work and Professional Counseling
In conjunction with the Office of Internships and Career Services, each department assists students in graduate school preparation and applications, job searches, resume writing, interview skills, and community
networking. Students also participate in formal protocol
dinners to practice the art of proper social interaction
Recent liberal arts graduates have secured positions in teaching, communications, government and social work, journalism, executive and pastoral leadership, law, counseling, and public administration.