M.S. Liberal Studies
Individuals in the Graduate Studies Program, together with individuals from the College of Arts and Sciences, serve as advisors to students seeking a Master of Science in Liberal Studies (M.S.L.S.). The M.S.L.S. is an interdisciplinary degree created for those who are seeking generalized graduate-level education with one or two concentration areas, and is designed for a wide spectrum of individuals.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|LIBS 5310||Interdisciplinary Methods||3|
|LIBS 5398||Interdisciplinary Capstone||3|
|LIBS 5090||Comprehensive Examination||0|
|Graduate hours in the selected field of emphasis||15|
|Graduate hours outside the emphasis area||12|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||36|
Course Information and Schedule
The Course Information page includes a complete list of courses and course descriptions.
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Program Level Student Learning Outcomes
Locate scholarly arguments within the disciplinary concerns that define them.
Examine one's own scholarly interests within some established or still developing sets of methodologies and scholarship.
Combine and integrate the theories and methodologies from multiple disciplines. Combine and, when appropriate, integrate the theories and methodologies from multiple disciplines into one project.
Evaluate intellectual questions against a set of contexts including, but not limited to, political, historical, material, cultural, racial, ethical, national, and geographic contexts.
Author original research that exhibits the advanced critical-thinking and communication skills necessary for effective professional and other social or cultural contexts.
Develop habits of critical inquiry that include self-direction and self-reflection.
Click here to go to the handbook for the Masters of Science in Liberal Studies.