MLS - MASTER OF LIBERAL STUDIES

Master of Liberal Studies Program (ARS)


MLS - 6010 MLS SEMINAR IN HUMANITIES
[3 hours] Introduction to the concerns and methods of graduate study in the Humanities. This course will demonstrate, through readings from different eras, the interrelated nature of literature, philosophy, and history. Prerequisite: Graduate Status


MLS - 6020 MLS SEMINAR IN SOCIAL SCIENCES
[3 hours] Drawing from major principles and concepts in the social sciences, this course examines issues of the individual and society from a range of disciplinary approaches. Special topics vary. Prerequisite: Graduate Status


MLS - 6030 MLS SEMINAR IN NATURAL SCIENCES
[3 hours] This course discusses the major ideas of the natural sciences in terms of their impact upon the human species. Specific topics vary. Prerequisite: Graduate Status


MLS - 6400 STUDIES IN HUMANITIES
[1 - 6 hours] Individually supervised study in the humanities. Permission of the Director required. May be repeated for additional credit. Prerequisite: Admission to MLS Program; Permission of the Director


MLS - 6500 STUDIES IN SOCIAL SCIENCES
1 - 6 hours] Individually supervised study in the social sciences. Permission of the Director required. May be repeated for additional credit. Prerequisite: Admission to MLS Program; permission of the Director


MLS - 6600 STUDIES IN NATURAL SCIENCES
[1 - 6 hours] Individually supervised study in the natural sciences. Permission of the Director required. May be repeated for additional credit. Prerequisite: Admission to MLS Program; Permission of the Director


MLS - 6990 MLS THESIS
[1 - 6 hours] Permission of the Director required. May be repeated for additional credit. Prerequisite: Admission to MLS Program; Permission of the Director

Last Updated: 5/5/14