Evolving from the Greek era, Liberal Arts offers the broadest foundations for interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary thinking drawing from relevant areas of Mathematics, Sciences, Social Sciences and the Humanities, including Performative Arts and Aesthetics. Its aim is to nurture creative thinkers to be adequately prepared for life and the coming times.
A liberal arts education with its emphasis on integrated knowledge opens minds to new ways of thinking about the world, society, self, and the coming challenges of the future. It provides one with invaluable analytical skills, capacity to tackle uncharted areas, understanding of group dynamics, ability to do careful research and independently assess existing knowledge. It gives one widely regarded employability skills and a grounding for further education.