The Master of Arts in Liberal Arts, Humanities track offers students an interdisciplinary approach to the study of European, American, and Latin American cultures. Classes integrate interpretations of the literature, arts, and music of each cultural period with an understanding of their social and historical contexts.
The MA in Liberal Arts requires a minimum of 33 credit hours. The Humanities track consists of:
- Core Courses (9 credit hours)
- HUM 6801: Theories and Methods of Cultural Studies
- HUM 6814: Introduction to Graduate Study
- HUM 6815: Research Seminar
- Elective Courses (18 credit hours)
- 18 credit hours of AMS or HUM elective courses; up to 6 of these credit hours can be taken outside the department. All course choices should be made in consulation with the Graduate Advisor.
- Thesis (6 credit hours): HUM 6971
- Students must write a thesis of between 40 to 80 pages in length and conduct an oral thesis defense to complete the degree. Students will be required to write and orally defend a thesis proposal prior to beginning the thesis process.
For more information about the Humanities MA, contact the director of graduate studies,
Dr. Brook Sadler.