College of Liberal Arts

College of Liberal Arts
  • Flexibility for multiple majors and minors
  • OWL: Purdue's award-winning Online Writing Lab
  • The Brian Lamb School of Communication

The inspiration-packed College of Liberal Arts buzzes with opportunities. Unparalleled classroom experience. Exciting research. 230 study abroad programs. Some of the best practical experience going — with internships in business, not-for-profit organizations and government agencies.

Liberal arts students are thinkers, doers and communicators. Led by faculty members who lead research grounded in theory but focused on impact. So no surprise, Liberal Arts grads have a competitive edge when it comes to bright, original thinking.

With a Purdue liberal arts degree, career opportunities are practically limitless. Here are just a few:

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Contact Information

newstudent@purdue.edu
Phone: 765-494-6291

Majors

Acting

Advertising (See Public Relations and Rhetorical Advocacy)

African American Studies

American Studies

Anthropology

Art (Design Emphasis) Education

Art Education

Art History

Asian Studies

Classical Studies

Communication, General

Comparative Literature

Corporate Communication

Creative Writing

Criminal Justice (See Law and Society)

Economics (College of Liberal Arts)

English

English Education

Film and Theatre Production

Film and Video Studies

Fine Arts

French

German

Graphic Design (See Visual Communication Design)

History

Human Relations

Industrial (Consumer Product) Design

Interior (Space Planning) Design Professional Program

Italian Studies

Japanese

Jewish Studies

Journalism (See Mass Communication)

Law and Society

Linguistics

Mass Communication

Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Philosophy

Photography and Related Media

Political Science

Professional Writing

Public Relations and Rhetorical Advocacy

Religious Studies

Russian

Sociology

Sound for the Performing Arts

Spanish

Studio Arts and Technology

Theatre

Theatre Design and Production

Undecided Liberal Arts

Visual Communications Design

Women's Studies