McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts

The study of the liberal arts prepares you for a productive and creative career while also developing values that give meaning to family, community, career, and self. Among the skills and habits you learn are

  • disciplined thought
  • careful analysis
  • articulate presentation of ideas
  • organized and persuasive writing and speech

Rather than training for a specific career, these skills prepare you to succeed in a wide variety of potential careers. See the many advantages to having a Liberal Arts degree.

By clicking on each of the following majors, you will be able to review

  • skills developed in that major
  • potential career fields
  • stories from alumni about their personal career experiences
  • additional resources to help you learn more about related careers
African Studies International Security Studies
Applied Mathematics Liberal Arts Self-designed Major
Catholic Studies Mathematics
Classical Civilizations Multiplatform Journalism
Communication Studies Modern Languages and Literatures
Computer Science Organizational Leadership
Computer Systems Technology Philosophy
Corporate Communication Political Science
Cybersecurity Studies Psychology
Data Science Rhetoric
Ddigital Media Arts - Multimedia Sociology
Digital Media Arts - Web Spanish
Economics Sports Information and Media
English Strategic Public Relations & Advertising
History Theater Arts
Integrated Marketing Communication Theology
International Relations Women's & Gender Studies