The Liberal Arts are those subjects which are not applied professional (how to do a job). They tend to concentrate on the "why and what" of the world as opposed to the "how to" of a specific job.
As you look at college majors, consider what is required of the career you'd like to enter. If you don't have a career goal but are picking a major, you're going about the process backward (unless you're rich and a job doesn't matter). Pick the career and then see what degree is required for that career. Otherwise you'll be writing here in four years the question "what job can I get with a degree in Socioeconomic Philosophy of Russian Art?"https://artscolumbia.org/