Attendees of the 2014 Liberal Arts International Conference.
Dr. Nancy Small with Liberal Arts Guest Speaker, professor of technical communication Dr. Sam Dragga.
Students and faculty playing scrabble during (Inter)national Day on Writing.
Dr. Phillip Gray addressing the audience at the Student-Faculty Debate during Ethics Week.
Fathima Faizeen at the launch of the inaugural edition of the student Best Writing yearly.
Alya AlHarthy makes persuasive arguments during The Initiative in Professional Ethics (TIPE) Ethics Bowl.
Mohammad AlMansouri displays his research findings during the Oral History Exhibition.
Dr. Leslie Seawright introducing a keynote speaker at the 2014 Liberal Arts International Conference.
"Refrigerator Magnet" writing exercise at (Inter)national Day on Writing.
Dr. Troy Bickham introducing Initiative in Culture Science & Technology (ICTS) Guest Lecturer Dr. Jonathan Charles Coopersmith.

Liberal Arts Program 

LAIC 2016 

Soon, the Liberal Arts Program will announce the call for proposal for the Fourth Annual Liberal Arts Conference 2016.  






Liberal Arts at Texas A&M University at Qatar plays a critical role in encouraging students to broaden their academic horizons, integrating a diverse range of studies that develop analytical and critical thinking skills. The disciplines within liberal arts help provide a balanced curriculum for every student to grow both intellectually and socially.

The Liberal Arts Program gives students the opportunity to delve into critical social sciences like history, political science, and English studies. In addition to the core courses offered, the program also provides support for students undertaking research projects for their respective engineering degree.The program is determined to provide a strong humanities and social sciences curriculum in order to help students better understand the context of their degree in the wider world.
Liberal Arts also supports the four Texas A&M University at Qatar engineering programs in the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) process by ensuring that students can use research strategies, apply documentation techniques appropriately, compose formally correct academic essays in varying genres, critically analyze texts and rhetorical situations to understand the factors that influence successful writing, and write grammatically and mechanically correct essays in Standard Written English.
Students will also use their knowledge of the writing and speaking process to adapt writing and documentation for varying audiences, formats, and purposes, use appropriate and effective style, graphics and design in their documents, apply course concepts when writing documents related to their discipline, and use a variety of technology tools to support online communication and the drafting of technical documents.
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