Career as a Liberal Arts Scholar (Undergraduate)
Liberal Arts literally mean Arts or Arts education that liberates one’s mind. To make it simple, Liberal Arts education broadens your horizon wide; meaning widens your general awareness about the multiple issues what humans and this world face. Liberal Arts develop your knowledge in multiple academic disciplines which are often essential for one to become an individual who can think logically and with reason, who can understand the issues which are critical for the modern and future human societies and the world, and who can apply her mind to solve several social, economic, political, and environmental issues and problems. Liberal Arts education exposes you to many fields – Philosophy, Social Sciences (such as Sociology, Economics, Psychology, History, Social Studies, Political Science, and International Affairs), Natural Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography, Earth Sciences, etc.), Mathematics, Computer Science, Environmental Studies, Music, Visual Art, Performing Arts, Public Affairs, Gender Studies, etc. You may not be studying all these subjects together, but you may choose many of these papers during your first couple of years of undergraduate studies in Liberal Arts.