Degree Programs in Liberal Arts
The liberal arts education includes but is not limited to the study of art, literature, languages, religion, philosophy, history, mathematics, and science. A B.S. degree is offered in these fields at large Universities as well as at specialized liberal arts colleges. SAT scores are preferred but there is a growing trend against mandatory use of SAT scores. If you spend some time on the internet you should be able to find liberal art programs that do not require the SAT. TOEFL may be required in case of international applicants. One can get a variety of jobs after completing a liberal arts degree, or pursue law, medical school, MBA or a variety of other specialized education.
Liberal arts colleges in the United States
Liberal Arts College rankingd by Washington Monthly