6 strategies to integrate career development with traditional arts and sciences curricula
There's a new urgency for colleges and universities to demonstrate measurable results, often in the form of graduate job placement and salary. New college accountability measures seem to discriminate against the liberal arts, leading critics, prospective students, and families to wonder, “Are the liberal arts still relevant?”
What this discourse misses is the fact that liberal arts graduates actually develop a number of skills that prepare them for both entry-level jobs and long-term career success.
Download the white paper to learn how progressive institutions are helping students recognize and articulate the work-ready skills they develop as part of a liberal arts curriculum to prospective employers.
To download the whitepaper, fill out the form to the right.
complimentary resourceAcademic affairs Forum
Fill out the form to download the resource
"Reclaiming the Value of the Liberal Arts for the 21st Century"
Reclaiming the Value of the Liberal Arts for the 21st Century