The School of Liberal Arts offers a broad range of degrees, certificates and concentrations that will not only prepare you for the workforce but challenge you to become a lifelong learner. Courses in the liberal arts are designed to teach you the in-demand skills of communication, creativity, critical thinking, problem solving and reasoning. By selecting coursework in the areas of Humanities, Social Sciences, Education or the Arts you will be challenged to develop and utilize these transferable skills in the classroom or internship opportunities focused your area of study.
As we continue to deliver a 21st century liberal arts education for all students, the Owens Community College mission of “fostering student success by providing high quality and affordable education” will guide our course.
93% of employers agree that candidates’ demonstrated capacity to think critically, communicate clearly, and solve complex problems is more important than their undergraduate major. *
Top 5 Professions of Liberal Arts Graduates *
- Elementary and Middle School Teachers
- Lawyers, Judges, Magistrates
- Chief Executives and Legislators
- Education Administrators
94% of hiring managers surveyed prefer a candidate with internship/apprenticeship with a company or organization.*
*AAC&U (Association of American Colleges and Universities)