Be Boulder in Arts & Sciences.
Study subjects that kindle your passions. Work with people who galvanize your thoughts. Make lifelong friends and contacts. Inside and outside the classroom, our campus can enliven your mind and enrich your soul.
Whether you pursue physics or history, anthropology or economics, you acquire crucial skills: critical thinking, complex problem-solving, writing and speaking. Such proficiencies yield higher wages and the flexibility to pursue many lines of work.
Earning a liberal-arts degree is a foundation for success. As you enter a rapidly changing workforce, you will be effectively prepared not just for one career, but for the possibility of careers in many disciplines.
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