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Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Course Schedule

A course is not confirmed until the instructor, dates and times are confirmed. All classroom assignments will be listed on course syllabi at time of distribution.

Summer 2017
Introduction to Liberal Studies LIST 501 CRN#
4065 

Mondays and Thursdays, May 22, 25 and 30*; June 1, 5, 8, 12, 15, 19 and 22  
6-9 p.m.

An online component will be required during the week of May 15. More information on this component will be emailed to registered students.

*Please note, class will not meet on May 29 (Memorial Day) but will meet on Tuesday, May 30.

Class will meet in the Mulva Library Room 314

Booklist

Amy Lewis
Building Community and Identity: A Global Look at Celebrating Difference
(Ideas and Issues in Social Sciences)
LIST
505 
CRN#
4067 

Mondays and Thursdays, July 10, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, 31; Aug. 3, 7, 10
6-9 p.m.

Class will meet in Boyle Hall Room 210

Booklist

Robert Osgood
Continuing Thesis LIST 600 CRN#
4068 
Registration is required continuously each semester after registering for LIST 597 Master's Thesis II.  Students who have not completed the thesis and have not registered for LIST 600 by the start of the semester will automatically be registered for the course and charged tuition. A maximum of six semesters are allowed for the LIST 600 course (including summers). Tuition for LIST 600 is $100. N/A
Inactive Status for Semester

LIST
000 

CRN#
4069 
If you are not enrolling in one of the above courses please register for this course in order to keep your student status active. Failure to register will result in a system withdrawal from the program and will require a reapplication process. This course is for students who have not completed LIST 588 Capstone. After completion of the capstone course, student must register for the Thesis and/or Continuing thesis as stated above. N/A

Coming ...
  • Fall 2017: Classical Perspectives Thematic Area Course
  • Spring 2018: American Perspectives Thematic Area Course
  • Summer 2018: Ethics and Liberal Studies Course