The term "liberal arts" refers to many diverse fields of study such as literature, drama, history, sociology, rhetoric, speech, political science and the humanities. The oldest and most prestigious institutions of higher education in America built their reputations around the excellence of their offerings in the liberal arts and coursework in this class of disciplines is still a cornerstone of any baccalaureate program.
Graduates seeking Associate of Science degrees in Liberal Arts are academically prepared to pursue study in any discipline, and accordingly, the AS in Liberal Arts from LSC-O articulates with all baccalaureate programs. After completing varying degrees of education, liberal arts degree graduates are widely recruited into myriad career paths—business and management, education, journalism and technical writing, sales and marketing, psychology and the law are a few of the more popular choices.
Dr. Gwen Whitehead, Director of Arts & Sciences
Academic Center, 147A
Phone: (409) 882-3928
Fax: (409) 882-5027