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One of the benefits that a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts offers students is the wide range of careers available to them when they graduate.

A degree in Liberal Arts prepares students for careers such as:

  • Editor
  • Journalist
  • Writer
  • Publicist
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Legislative Assistant
  • Minister
  • Non-Profit
  • City Planning
  • Economist

Students with Liberal Arts degrees may wish to pursue further education in:

  • Business
  • Law
  • English
  • Communications
  • Economics
  • Medical and Health Science
  • History
  • Theology

Internships

It helps to have an edge. And while Cedarville University students receive world-class instruction from their professors as they prepare to pursue careers in their chosen fields, the wise collegian knows that a degree and a good GPA simply aren't enough in an increasingly competitive job market. To succeed, they need real life, hands-on experience.

Enter internships... or more precisely, "discipline-related experiences." Jeff Reep, director of career services, stresses the importance of these short-term forays into the professional world. "A student who graduates with only a degree is at a disadvantage," he explains. "They'll be competing against other graduates who have had two or even three internships."

Take a look at the exciting discipline-related experiences our department's students have enjoyed.

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