What is MALS?
- MALS is interdisciplinary
Courses are taught by faculty from across the College of Arts and Sciences and each one has an interdisciplinary aspect. We break down departmental barriers to explore important questions through a variety of perspectives.
- MALS tackles the big questions
What does it mean to be human? How do we understand the world we live in? Where did we come from and where are we going? Each MALS course invites broad thinking on issues of importance.
- In MALS, you follow your passion
Within the broad parameters of the program, you are free to shape your course of study to suit your intellectual interests, to follow your passion.
- MALS is stimulating and dynamic
Small seminar classes mean that you learn from your classmates as well as your professors. The diversity of the student body, the richness of their life experiences and the variety of their interests creates a stimulating and dynamic learning environment.
- MALS can boost your career
While many MALS students are in the program for the pure joy of learning, the program cultivates important skills sought by employers: critical thinking, problem solving, research methods, writing, presentation skills.
- MALS understands adult students
You can complete the degree on a part-time basis and classes are held in the evening for the convenience of those who are working. No GRE scores are required for admission.
1/26/2023 | 5:00 p.m. | Trabant MPR
Dear Friends and Colleagues:
The evening of Thursday, January 26, we will gather to hear recent MALS graduates talk about their research. Please join us for an evening of interesting presentations, including lectures by Adam Thomas, Charles Conway, and Deavon Church.
The event will be held in the multipurpose room of Trabant University Center. Parking is self-paid in the Trabant Parking Garage.
Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. and light refreshments will be served. The program will begin at 5:00 p.m.
I hope you’ll join us for this fun and enriching event!