Graduate Studies and Continuing Education
The MALS degree typically appeals to people with broad interests in the humanities and social sciences because the program provides an opportunity for advanced study that can be tailored to meet individual interests and needs.
The 33-credit MALS program in History, which can be completed on a part-time basis through evening study, or on a full-time basis through a combination of evening and day study, is made up of core requirements in Liberal Studies, the History concentration, and electives.
While the core seminars challenge students to think beyond traditional disciplinary boundaries, the concentration encourages them to apply this conceptual and methodological breadth to the specific field of History. Content of courses within the concentration are typically interdisciplinary, and students are afforded a great deal of flexibility in constructing their studies in History.
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Classification: Master's College or University I
Locale: Large Suburb