The more popular degree is definitely arts and sciences.
It has been said that a scientist without any artistic training is just as poorly educated as an artist without any scientific knowledge. Neither creativity nor passion can compensate for a lack of rigorous thinking, nor the other way around.
The purpose of an Arts and Sciences degree is to combine these two strands into a broad-based education that can prepare a student for a variety of roles later in life.
Such a degree is usually very customizable to a person's inclinations, including studying a lesser-known or nonexistent major. Courses can normally be taken from the fine arts, social sciences, humanities, and nearly all sciences including digital.