Liberal Arts

Study for careers in high demand

A Liberal Arts Education at Manor College focuses on you. We create a learning environment that allows you to gain the skills employers say they want most in a job candidate, such as communication and critical thinking. Employment prospects for Early Childhood majors and for Psychology majors show a growth rate of more than 20 percent in the coming years, placing them in high demand areas.

Here, you’ll be exposed to leading-edge teaching technologies. You’ll be encouraged to develop digital literacy skills across the Liberal Arts curriculum. For hand-on practice, you’ll work with interactive Smartboard technology available in every classroom, and many division courses are now Web-enhanced.

You’ll receive a well-rounded Liberal Arts education that keeps you informed on an array of topics, creating a path to become a social leader. This style of education is rooted in Judeo-Christian tradition, with an emphasis on the search for truth.

We have an established record of success, with our graduates transferring to such prestigious four-year institutions as LaSalle University, University of Pennsylvania, Penn State University, Bryn Mawr College, Holy Family University, Drexel University, Chestnut Hill College, Arcadia University, and more. According to recent graduate surveys, Manor College has a 100 percent rate of transfer for Liberal Arts and Education majors. Psychology majors transfer at a rate of 92 percent to four-year institutions. Many graduates have gone on to receive master’s and doctoral degrees.

Degree Programs

Degree Programs
Degree Program Program Website Catalog Fact Sheet
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Early Childhood Education Visit Website View View PDF
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Psychology Visit Website View View PDF