The School of Liberal Arts offers you majors in art, communication studies, criminal justice, English, English with a creative writing emphasis, graphic design, human services, psychology, social science, sociology, and sport communication. Minors are offered in art, art history, graphic design, communication studies, criminal justice, history, journalism, political science, psychology, sociology and Spanish. An associate of arts degree is offered in liberal arts as well. For students interested in pursuing teacher licensure, the School of Liberal Arts works closely with the Andres School of Education in areas such as: American government, American history, art, English/language arts, journalism, psychology, social studies, sociology, Spanish, and speech communications.
A broad range of course options and curricula is available within the School of Liberal Arts. The opportunity for substantial cross-disciplinary study assures a complete educational experience and preparation in a wide range of skills sets. Liberal Arts offers advising in pre-professional programs such as: law, art therapy, counseling.