More About Liberal Arts

  • Rigorous first and second year liberal arts courses will encourage you to investigate a world of ideas while sharpening your ability to think, write, and discuss ideas, critically.  Junior and senior-level electives will challenge you to pursue special interests—from creative writing, film and the economics of starting a small business, to the philosophies and politics of art production in the postmodern world.
     
  • The first and second year liberal arts curriculum encourages students to investigate the world of ideas while sharpening their ability to think, write and discuss ideas with critical eyes and clear focus.
     
  • Junior- and senior-level electives challenge students to pursue their special interests—from creative writing, film and the economics of starting a small business, to the philosophies and politics of art production in the postmodern world. These electives examine various aspects of art, culture and history in-depth.
     
  • Junior- and senior-level electives challenge students to pursue their special interests—from creative writing, film and the economics of starting a small business, to the philosophies and politics of art production in the postmodern world. These electives examine various aspects of art, culture and history in-depth.
     
  • Art history courses are paired with classes in the writing program during the first year and with world history courses in the second. These classes prepare students to examine the major forces in world cultures, both past and present, which shape our postmodern world.
     
  • They confront real-life problems in contemporary culture and invite students to consider options and issues that artists in general, and women especially, may encounter as they prepare to continue their education or situate themselves in a competitive marketplace.