The Master of Arts in Liberal Studies at Loyola University Maryland is the new professional's degree for those who appreciate the journey as much as the destination. Through a broad spectrum of courses, students in this master's degree program study the roots and outcomes of the American experience and the city of Baltimore, fostering the development of eloquentia perfecta—the ability to speak and to write effectively, gracefully, and responsibly across various media—one of the primary goals of a Jesuit, graduate liberal arts education. Each student will emerge from the Liberal Studies program with a better understanding of and appreciation for the diverse elements which today define what it means to be a citizen of twenty-first-century America.
Why Get A Liberal Studies Degree?
Loyola's graduate degree program in liberal studies seeks students and professionals from many backgrounds who have a broad spectrum of interests. The program challenges students to interact energetically and creatively in a changing world and grow in their awareness of cultural tendencies. It harnesses the intellectual curiosity of students and propels them forward in their lives and careers with courses designed to enhance analytical and communication skills. Areas of study include, but are not limited to, literature, business, economics, the arts, politics, philosophy, science, as well as intellectual and social history.
The student life experience in the liberal studies graduate program is the essential ingredient of the program’s success. We know your schedules are busy, so we are happy to meet with you to discuss the program, admission process, graduate school outcomes, and of course the variety of unique class content at a time that is convenient for you. Please fill out the “Request Information” form and we’ll reach out to you about setting a time to chat directly, or provide you with more information about obtaining a Master of Arts Liberal Studies.
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