The liberal arts track is designed for those who wish to build the foundation necessary to enter fields such as law, medicine, technical sales and high school teaching. This track is sometimes used to prepare for a career in physics.
Because the liberal arts track is less structured than the theoretical track, it allows the student more latitude to pursue other interests. For example, a student interested in a career in medicine would find sufficient room in the curriculum to take the necessary biology and chemistry courses that are normally part of a pre-medicine curriculum.
If you are unsure regarding your semester of program admission (also known as the "catalog term"),
please see your academic advisor or the department chairperson for this information.