As you probably already know, Siena is a liberal arts college at its core. Yes, we offer courses on coding, on programming and how to analyze data. (In fact, we have countless successful graduates whose technological skills have led them to very lucrative careers.) But as important as technology is to us, we will never stop promoting the importance of a liberal arts-based education.
Top tech CEOs and leaders nationwide have come out and said that grads from liberal arts schools have what they need— knowledge, vision, empathy, listening and creativity skills that come from studying a broad range of topics. But career success isn’t the only reason Siena values this approach to learning. We want you to be able to create an academic experience that addresses all of your interests and to be prepared for all areas of your life, wise well beyond your years.