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Why Study the Liberal Arts?

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A liberal arts degree provides you with a strong foundation for lifelong learning and enables you to be flexible and nimble in a rapidly changing world. You’ll graduate prepared not just for one career, but for many.

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Choose from 23 undergraduate and graduate degree plan, and start making real-world contributions in research with your professors.

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More than just a major.

The Liberal Arts prepares you to graduate with more than just a degree. Instead, you’ll enter the world with a set of transferable skills that will help you no matter what career path you decide on. Here in AddRan, we encourage our students to pursue their passions while equipping them with the skills employers want. From strategic thinking  and creative problem solving to excellent written communication, Liberal Arts graduates have skills that won’t expire.

News

POW/MIA Remembrance September 14, 2017
Air Force ROTC Cadre and Cadets hosted the 35th Annual POW/MIA Remembrance Ceremony at Robert Carr Chapel.  Our very special guest speaker was Brigad...
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‘Rabble’ Rouses Interest in 1960’s Language
Reposted from TCU Magazine Brad Lucas was born right after the Days of Rage, a 1969 spectacle in Chicago where frustrated protesters from the hippie c...
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Department of English 5th Annual Celebration of Research
The TCU English Department hosted its 5th annual Celebration of Research December 7, 2017, which acknowledged and rewarded achieving faculty for their...
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History Department Acquires Original Newspaper from Pearl Harbor Attack
On December 7th, 1941, Japanese aircraft bombed a US naval base outside of Honolulu, Hawaii. The attack came at around 8:00 a.m. and was a complete su...
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Sociology Professor Helps Students Bridge the Generation Gap With Service
Reposted from Points of Light Finding a common thread between generations can sometimes be difficult these days. So, when one of Dr. Keith Whitworth...
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