It is here that I learned, more or less, everything: to write, read, watch, and listen. This is the guaranteed minimum, which can hardly be achieved at specialized humanitarian faculties. The Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences didn't provide me a profession, but it made me capable of integrating into any area of the humanities. I took the easy path—I became a television journalist, although I now understand that it's not too late to change my mind and go finish my studies in film theory in order to become a film critic or film expert.
The most important thing that the Faculty can provide is to develop an individual's taste: a taste for language, music, and visual images. You'll no longer be able to say the word "eat," even if you finish the Complex Systems Program, stop listening to Egor Kreed and you'll be able to conduct a semantic analysis of his songs. All of this will, certainly, complicate your life, but you are unlikely to regret it.