If a man empties his purse into his head, no one can take it away from him. An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.
Attributed to Benjamin Franklin
What are you going to do with that major when you graduate? A better question, perhaps, is what can’t you do with it?
Religion, Philosophy, and Classics are core disciplines in the Humanities. Our students have many career options, for these subjects are, in the best of the liberal arts tradition, liberating. That is, they expand your ability to choose and increase the range of options open to you.
By studying these subjects, students develop the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue careers in diverse fields:
- An understanding of the world’s diverse peoples and societies
- The ability to reason analytically, to speak articulately, and to write effectively
- Effective interpersonal and intercultural communication skills
- The habit of lifelong learning and advancement
To succeed in today’s rapidly changing and global economy, students need an education for life. Religion, Philosophy, and Classics prepare you not just for a job, but for lifelong employability.
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