Liberal Arts and Humanities

In contrast to a curriculum that is restricted and has a specific focus, a liberal arts and sciences education offer a wide choice of alternative courses and topics of study. You can look into and study the "hard" sciences, social sciences, languages, environmental sciences, health professions, writing, computers, and math. Your ability to think critically, creatively, and analytically will be enhanced by a liberal arts and sciences education. You learn to investigate the world's whats, whys, and hows rather than taking everything that is stated to you at face value. It exposes students to various topics, not only those pertinent to their specialty, to empower and equip them to think critically, evaluate problems, develop a sense of social responsibility, and acquire a greater understanding of the world in which they live.