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D'Youville College's commitment to "educating students for life" has its foundation in the liberal arts.

Professor Craig Tyson teaching a class in religious studies.

Liberal Arts

Intellectual skills such as analytical thinking and problem-solving are critical in today's rapidly changing world.

A liberally educated person needs exposure, in breadth and depth, to the humanities and the social sciences. Employers increasingly seek graduates who have more than a narrow, technical focus.

Learning to communicate effectively, work collaboratively in teams and assess personal values are additional benefits of the liberal arts.

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04.21
The Buffalo Public School-D’Youville College National History Day Collaboration

Four D'Youville graduate education students served as Judges at the New York State competition for National History Day on April 18 in Coope...

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11.18
Catherine Waters '30, DYC's Oldest Alumna, Dies at 107

Born in 1908, Waters graduated from D'Youville in 1930 with a bachelor of arts in history.

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