Liberal arts degrees are valuable and instill the education and training that employers in most fields say are crucial?communication, team-work, writing, and critical thinking. However, liberal arts majors are not inherently linked to one, or even a few, specific careers. This course assists students in their search for programs of study, to focus on major review and selection using concrete actions and plans to explore liberal arts disciplines based on students? interests, strengths, weaknesses, and post-baccalaureate goals. This course is designed for students who have completed at least one semester of study at the university; sophomore standing with no declared major is required. Course available through the Office of Academic Advising. Pass/fail grading.