The Value Of A Liberal Arts Degree
The most frequently asked question in good old days was”what can you do with a liberal arts degree”. It was valid then but no more. With an explosive growth in social media the scene has changed altogether and liberal arts curriculum designers have been smart enough to keep pace with changed environment.
Today a liberal arts degree is oriented with in-demand skills like oral/written communication, research, creativity, trouble shooting, critical thinking, flexibility, global awareness and analysis. It practically includes history, communication, English, religious studies and psychology (all great fields to give you a good head start as a writer and at least 14 other well paid job categories).