A liberal arts degree covers a wide range of topics, and gives a student a well rounded education. One of the most important skills learned is the ability to effectively communicate and solve problems creatively. Although a liberal arts candidate might not learn a specific trade in a specific career, they learn valuable assets that can be applied throughout the professional world. Some liberal arts degrees do have career oriented majors including Paralegal studies, culinary arts, and radio and television broadcasting. However, career options are endless with a liberal arts degrees which makes these degree programs very popular.