The most significant way that my liberal arts education better prepared me for life, both personally and professionally, is that it helped me develop and hone critical-thinking skills. It made me a questioner, a challenger, and a seeker. In today’s world, interdisciplinary thinking and lateral thinking are important skills. As a liberal arts student you might not learn a specific discipline, such as engineering or medicine, but your education will prepare you to ask questions.
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