MLA students choose four liberal arts courses to build an interdisciplinary foundation—one each from the humanities, and social, biological, and physical sciences—plus four electives of particular interest and one thesis/special project course. They complete the program within one year or take up to five years to earn their degree.
Students may also pursue the Master of Liberal Arts with a concentration in Ethics and Leadership.
"The Master of Liberal Arts program turned out to be a practical pursuit because I have been able to translate it so well in my work."
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