Liberal Arts Students
The Career Development Center/Arts & Sciences Career Services serves all students at Indiana University with a specific emphasis on the College of Arts & Sciences. With more than 50 undergraduate majors, 100 graduate programs and 10,000+ students, the College houses a strong variety of academic programs and students.
Students with a Liberal Arts background provide a distinct and relevant set of skills including:
- Effective verbal and written communication
- Critical and creative thinking
- Quantitative reasoning
- Foreign language
- Specialized subject knowledge
- Understanding of the international community, as well as global and environmental issues
Within the College of Arts & Sciences you will also find targeted groups of students and specialized programs that may be a perfect fit for your recruiting needs. Below are descriptions of some key programs.
Students who are acquiring greater knowledge of social, political and economic global issues as well as the languages and cultures of the world.
Students who have had outstanding undergraduate research opportunities, faculty mentoring, and interdisciplinary studies in the areas of biology, chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology, biotechnology, human biology and more.
Liberal Arts and Management Program (LAMP)
This interdisciplinary certificate program offered by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Kelley School of Business, integrates liberal arts majors with specialized training in management to help students solve real-world problems and analyze relationships between business and society.
Hudson & Holland Scholars Program
This program recruits, retains and prepares students from underrepresented minority backgrounds who have outstanding records of academic achievement, leadership, and commitment to social justice.