Why study Liberal Arts
A Liberal Arts education does not prepare you for one specific job but for many jobs
you may have throughout your life. As a community college student, you have an opportunity
to learn skills like interpersonal skills, speaking, critical thinking, evaluating....all
through liberal arts courses. Then you may or may not continue your education in Liberal
Arts or perhaps something else. Either way, you have a great foundation for your future.
Open the file below for a listing of many articles about Liberal Arts and your job future.
LA List of Articles
Liberal Arts Concentrations
As a Liberal Arts student, you should choose a concentration (like a minor) of study. You may choose the General concentration or one of the other choices listed below:
For further information, explore this website and check the College Catalog for the year you started the major as a matriculant.
- Liberal Arts - Children’s Studies Concentration, A.A.
- Liberal Arts - English Concentration, A.A.
- Liberal Arts - General, A.A.
- Liberal Arts - Philosophy Concentration, A.A.
- Liberal Arts - Political Science Concentration, A.A.
- Liberal Arts - Secondary Education Concentration, A.A.
- Liberal Arts - Spanish Concentration, A.A.
- Liberal Arts - Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Concentration, A.A.
Contact for more information
General Liberal Arts
Children & Youth Studies and Secondary Education
- Dr. Peter Fiume
- Dr. Jane Weiss
Global & Environmental Studies
- Prof. Jason Leggett
- Dr. Richard Legum
- Dr. Shawna Brandle
- Dr. Alfonso Osuna
Women's & Gender Studies
- Dr. Red Washburn
Dr. Alison Better