Where You Belong
The College of Liberal Arts offers students the opportunities, first, to develop the fundamentals of a liberal education upon which to base a lifetime of learning and, second, to concentrate in studies that form the foundation for professional pursuits.
Employer surveys show that liberal arts degrees are in high demand. Today's employers place high value on strong communication, critical thinking, complex problem solving, information literacy and other elements of a traditional liberal arts education.
You won't find a better environment for a liberal arts degree than the University of Southern Indiana's College of Liberal Arts. At USI, you'll find all the benefits of a big university along with the intimacy and personal touch of a small liberal arts college.
The college offers more than 30 majors and emphases and a similar number of minors. Students interested in teaching careers may seek education licensing via a teaching major in English, History, Visual Art, or World Languages and Cultures (French, German, or Spanish), or a teaching minor in Art, English, Journalism, Language Arts, Social Science, or Theatre Education.