Students and Alumni
Liberal arts and sciences degrees can lead directly to a job. History majors may end up in museum work, English majors with a publisher, Communications majors at a newspaper, Computer Science majors with an IT firm, Biology majors with a pharmaceutical firm, Women and Gender Studies minors with a domestic violence shelter, Visual Arts majors in a graphic design department, and virtually any major in teaching.
Liberal arts and sciences degrees are also excellent preparation for graduate and professional study. Any liberal arts and sciences major, combined with a careful selection of electives, may lead to law school, medical school, or business school.
We are confident that a liberal arts and sciences degree will not only let you follow your personal interests and passions, but will also serve you well in the long run.