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    A Liberal Arts Degree

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    Liberal Arts degree is often misconstrued as a nonentity type of degree, inconsequential or positively unserviceable. However, I came to find these allegories might have been invented by someone who may not have done his research. I confess, for a while I was under the same impression, indoctrinated into the same beliefs that if I can’t focus on just one field, then therefore I shouldn’t have a degree at all. When I came to the conclusion that that was entirely false, I decided to delve further into the matter and conduct my own research. One college that thrives as a liberal arts college is, of course, The College of New Rochelle. Although it’s primary focus is liberal arts, it gives its student the opportunity to pursue other interests.…

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    Liberal Arts Benefits

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    Liberal arts studies is a variation of literature, philosophy, mathematics, and social and physical sciences. Thus with gaining a liberal arts education, the students acquire the values, goals, skills, and knowledge setting the building blocks for lifelong learning. With obtaining a liberal arts education the student can understand the complexity of their major. The liberal arts education can help someone be better rounded in the work force by developing useful skills such as communication and…

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    Liberal Arts Education

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    In America, a liberal arts degree seems to be such a demand. High schoolers are pressured to apply to many different colleges and pick a high paying/achieving degree that takes at least four years to achieve. But if you dig a little deeper into why college seems to be so important, is it really necessary to go to college for four years? Will a liberal arts degree actually benefit you and worth the years it takes it attain one? The articles “The New Liberal Arts” by Sanford J. Ungar and “Are Too…

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    Arts Vs Liberal Arts

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    learning how to develop and improve himself or herself rather than simply pass the classes. The benefit to studying at a liberal arts college is that it “ is not intended to prepare or certify students for specific employment after graduation” (Whitney 347). Since studying at a liberal arts college nourishes one’s ability to think in general, students are more apt to excelling in the career field. With “integration of the traditional liberal arts with the pre-professional training” (Baker 254),…

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    Liberal Arts Essay

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    Liberal Arts degree is often misconstrued as a nonentity type of degree, inconsequential or positively unserviceable. However, I came to find someone who may not have done his research might have conceived these allegories. I confess, for a while I was under the same impression, indoctrinated in the same beliefs that if I can’t focus on just one field, then therefore I shouldn’t have a degree at all. When I came to the conclusion that that was entirely false, I decided to delve further into the…

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    A Christian liberal arts education more completely prepares its graduates for life than does other education tactics, especially over a general liberal arts study. These universities seek to prepare a student for all aspects of life—wherever and whatever they may be—as a loving, Christ follower. This methodology differs greatly from those used by other institutions for higher learning. A liberal arts degree in the non Christian world focuses on laying a foundational education that will prepare…

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    Dwayne Dazell Cassidy 05 OCT 2015 Liberal arts has been downplayed as a valid study route throughout society. Some ongoing misperceptions, stated and analyzed in this article by Sanford J. Ungar, show how some of these perceptions are formed. He argues the many different views and opinions on how liberal arts compares to other fields of study and specifically ones that lead directly to a certain career path. Never the less it is finding its way back by being incorporated into the same…

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    • In your opinion, what is the value of a liberal arts education? While there are a vast number of reasons to value a liberal arts education, expounding upon all of them would take far too many pages. Among them are the So, the most valuable parts of a liberal arts education are that it provides a framework within which students can not only explore all of their passions, but also discover new ones, it provides a broad and deep knowledge base that serves as a strong foundation applicable to any…

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    It has long been debated whether a liberal arts education is more beneficial to a student than a technical or standard education. Should one concentrate one’s time and energy only on the subject of his/ her major? Would a broader education, filled with a wide variety of interesting subjects to explore, be a better option? The choice is really up to the individual. There are a number of things to consider in this decision making. Some of these are: the type of career one would like to pursue, the…

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    Liberal Arts degree is often misconstrued as a nonentity type of degree, inconsequential or positively unserviceable. However, I came to find that someone who may not have done his research might have conceived these allegories. I confess, for a while I was under the same impression, indoctrinated in the same beliefs that if I can’t focus on just one field, then therefore I shouldn’t have a degree at all. When I came to the conclusion that that was entirely false, I decided to delve further into…

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