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able to access more information, such as what courses make 
up the Masters of Liberal Studies degree.  This will help
you decide if this program will meet your needs and interests.
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of the program description for information now.

THE MASTER OF ARTS IN LIBERAL STUDIES PROGRAM

Inevitably, life calls us to go further, to explore and understand our lives more deeply, to stretch ourselves so that we can fulfill our creative potential.

WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED IN A MASTERS PROGRAM THAT WILL BROADEN YOUR WORLD VIEW AND HELP YOU UNDERSTAND THE "WHYS" OF LIFE?

* Are you a recent (or soon-to-be) college graduate interested in further education before going on to a career or a professional graduate degree? * Are you a student who wants to pursue further study in interdisciplinary fields such as religious studies, women's studies, or American studies? * Are you a person who hungers to refresh and expand your mind culturally and intellectually? * Are you a high school teacher who wants to broaden your cross-disciplinary understanding? * Are you an older person who wants to renew your liberal education while continuing or after concluding your career? * Or do you simply want to get-on with realizing your creative potential?

THIS MAY BE THE PROGRAM FOR YOU!

The Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program is a student-centered, interdisciplinary and self-designed program within the College of Liberal Arts at UNH. It is designed to promote broad intellectual comprehension and personal enrichment in a small and supportive learning community by focussing on themes or topics of interest to you as an individual. THE PROGRAM The program consists of seven courses (30 credits) broken into three parts. #1 A Core Seminar specifically designed for and required of each student as an introduction to the program as whole. The seminar will focus on such interdisciplinary topics as "the Shaping of the Modern Mind," and will be taught at times convenient for non-traditional students. #2 A Concentration made up of five elective courses chosen from various disciplines that centers on an interdisciplinary theme or topic tailored to meet the particular interests and needs of each student. #3 A Master's Thesis/Project which is intended to act as an integrating capstone experience for MALS students. INTERESTED? Contact the Director of the program: Professor David Andrew (603) 862-3724 dsa@christa.unh.edu