The School of Liberal Arts 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
Centers of Learning
The school offers unique educational opportunities within the Centers of Learning which include:
Each center is directed by a faculty member and is committed to enhancing students’ college experiences through focused seminars, mentoring, field trips, volunteerism, and service learning.
Learning beyond the Classroom
By engaging in experiences outside the classroom, students at liberal arts institutions gain deeper and more meaningful perspectives of their talents and goals in life. Programs and activities designed for these purposes include Maymester Study Abroad, the Speech Team, the Mock Trial Team, the Ethics Bowl Team, alternative spring break trips, internships, and honors organizations such as Sigma Tau Delta and the Sophia Club.
For More Information Contact
James Norton III, Ph.D.
Dean, School of Liberal Arts