There has been a lot of talk recently about whether a Liberal Arts college degree is worth it. Some leading liberal arts schools are trying to make their case.
As a result, many top administrators are taking a hard look at the liberal arts model to see if it still fits the job market of tomorrow. Does it make more sense to leave the liberal arts behind and go into fields of study with greater potential for economic gain and innovation?
Today, Where We Live, college presidents from the Annapolis Group--a consortium of liberal arts colleges--and faculty from Trinity College and George Mason University join us to discuss the value of the liberal arts in education.
We want to hear from you--how have the liberal arts helped you, or not. Are you a recent graduate? What is your experience? Are you the parent of a college-aged student? the parent of a recent graduate? Tell us what you think.