Liberal Arts

Upon completion of the Liberal Arts degree, students will be able to express ideas in coherent, creative, and appropriate forms, orally and in writing.  Students will be able to apply their reading abilities in order to interconnect an understanding of resources to academic, professional, and personal interests.  Students will master verbal communication and public speaking skills as well as the ability to communicate the impact that historical leadership has on an area, a country, or the world.  Students will explore, appreciate, and participate in the fine arts as they relate to society, culture, and history.

 

Degree Plan (BA)
Degree Plan (BS)
Course Rotations
Careers

 

Individuals with a degree in Liberal Arts degree will be qualified to seek employment as Digital Film Assistants, Theatre and Drama and more.

 

For more information contact:

Dr. Mattie Solomon
dsolomon@martin.edu

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