Liberal Arts has been lost favor with parents as an educational direction in the belief that a 1:1 concordance between major and career has better outcomes. Employers, on the other hand, find the skills learned studying a subject that falls in one or more of the departments in a College of Arts and Sciences.
Hiram College (Hiram, Ohio) has begun a reorganization of its liberal arts offerings into 5 colleges with interdisciplinary majors and a strong experiential component. Other colleges have made changes in similar directions. Read more in this article from Inside Higher Ed.
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