A Truman education empowers you to succeed in your first job after college as well as in any profession you pursue throughout your life. How do we do this? By instilling the value of asking the great questions; cultivating the practical intellect; and developing your critical-thinking, problem-solving and communication skills that allow you adapt and learn on the job — skills that will benefit you throughout your life. You develop capabilities that allow you to handle different situations that may evolve and the agility to use multiple approaches to solve problems and find innovative solutions that others may overlook.
Liberal Studies Program
Regardless of the academic program you pursue, our Liberal Studies Program (LSP) helps turn curious learners into well-rounded individuals by building a broad base. Our core curriculum focuses on:
- Essential Skills for lifelong learning
- Multiple Modes of Inquiry so you learn how to approach problems and issues in different academic disciplines
- Interconnecting Perspectives that allow you to draw on the broad breadth and depth of knowledge you gain as a result of your educational experience at Truman
LSP Requirements at a Glance