We’ve all heard the claims. Go to a liberal arts school and you’ll spend four years majoring in a humanities, art or social science discipline and then end up right back at home after graduation.
The myth of the uselessness of the liberal arts degree has received its proper correction time and again in recent years. The Association of American Colleges and Universities breaks it down in the report How Liberal Arts and Sciences Majors Fare in Employment. Here are a few myths the report busts.