A transformative graduate degree that will expand your horizons, advance your leadership, and prepare you for what’s next.
Can be completed within one year
A certificate program offering deep study of core works across the Western canon in small, instructor-led groups
Four-year certificate program
A diverse range of noncredit courses held over four to ten weeks in small, lively groups
Noncredit writing classes and manuscript consultations for writers of all genres
Courses dedicated to the investigation and appreciation of visual arts
Spend two weeks studying in an ancient center of scholarship.
An annual fall lecture and tour series designed to promote civic awareness and participation
An annual conference focusing on museum publications and practices
Connect with a community of inquiring minds through Graham's publicly-available events, now being held online.
Explore how a liberal arts education prepares individuals to lead ambitiously
Big ideas conversations with scholars and innovators who teach @Graham.
Monthly discussion of ideas and texts from the Basic Program or our wider offerings.
Free public lectures by our pioneering MLA faculty.
Lunch and a thought-provoking lecture given by a UChicago faculty member.
Get involved with our learning community through discussions, seminars, and travel programs.
Engage your curiosity with our Conversations @ Graham
Monthly from September to June, a Basic Program instructor or guest lecturer discusses texts and ideas from the four-year program or our wider range of course offerings.
Glimpse into our Master of Liberal Arts (MLA) experience through these free public lectures by our pioneering MLA faculty.