Being able to solve problems is inherent in the liberal arts with math, science, and perhaps even philosophy. Employers like those types of individuals. An employer can train you to do the job within reason and when you couple that with the writing skills and speaking skills you have a winner.
Professional training has it place -- difficult to fake it as an architect, an engineer, or a doctor (some do enter med school as liberal arts majors). Even professional training programs recognize the value of writing courses, public speaking, and other liberal arts based course work.
It comes down to personal feelings and what type of education you want and what your future goals might be. Both will serve you well.
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