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College of Liberal Arts

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.

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What are Purdue Liberal Arts graduates doing?

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66.56% are employed, 18.87% are continuing with their education, 8.28% are seeking employment, 3.31% are seeking education, and 2.98% are engaged in other activities.

Average Salary: $40,431

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College of Liberal Arts 3 Year Degree Programs

The College of Liberal Arts offers the opportunity for students to complete several majors in 3 years. The new plans of study provide a cost-effective way to complete an undergraduate degree. Learn more about Degree in 3.

Liberal Arts Majors

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