Traducción de liberal arts en Español:

liberal arts

de humanidades, n.

sustantivo plural

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    (before noun) de humanidades EEUU
    the liberal arts las humanidades
    • Through the establishment of courses in humanities, management and economics, we expect to permeate liberal arts into the sciences.
    • Students also will study mathematics, science, liberal arts and the humanities as part of the curriculum.
    • If he had been a man of the left, he would be teaching that subject at some small liberal arts college for $70,000 a year.
    • Duncan's conviction is hardly a surprise, given the fact that his own career has melded action and contemplation, science and liberal arts.
    • Like the liberal arts, the sciences are increasingly engaged with a technical rather than a philosophical approach to their subjects.
    • Those students were excluded from Newcomb College, which only included women in the liberal arts and sciences.
    • For example, it took almost a decade to change the name of the college because of opposition from liberal arts and sciences.
    • In some aspects, colleges of agriculture are beginning to look more like colleges of liberal arts and sciences.
    • Nevertheless, Slovak parents generally advocated practical learning over an education in the sciences or liberal arts.
    • Most of those working in the media have backgrounds in the liberal arts, not the sciences, so the case for maths and numeracy is often worse than poorly put - it is not put at all.
    • Education during most of the 20th century divided, all too neatly, between liberal arts and the sciences.
    • In most cases, this core included specified courses, or credit hours, in liberal arts and science fields, or both.
    • In the native model, however, the influences of majoring in the liberal arts and health sciences were absent.
    • The school is evaluated on the basis of its commitment to liberal arts and science education.
    • The only liberal arts that are growing are psychology and the biological sciences.
    • Among the most vulnerable programs may be those in the liberal arts, especially the humanities and social sciences.
    • For instance, professors in fields like computer science could receive more generous pay hikes than those in liberal arts.
    • The first five cover science and application, and the second five cover liberal arts, and career and personal development.
    • For the past several decades our dedication to the liberal arts, to learning for its own sake, has been predominant.
    • He argues that virtually all faculty in the liberal arts are Democrats.