A better question is: “What can’t you do with a degree in one of the Liberal Arts?”
Whether you major in Anthropology or Sociology, English or Communication, the liberal arts teach you how to operate a very special piece of machinery: your mind. Studying in the liberal arts teaches you judgment, historical perspective, the ability to reason, and the art of communication. These four skills are more necessary than ever to meet the challenges of the future, a future in which people’s occupations change frequently, but skills transfer from one field to another. In fact, a liberal arts education is the best preparation for your future career and for life in a changing world.
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