This section describes the Liberal Arts Studies courses and instructors for the current term, and provides a guide to registering. The full list of all graduate-level courses (courses with a 600 or 700 number) offered across the university may be found on the Graduate School site.
Note that most courses outside the LAS program are taught in the daytime, with a few offered online. You will also find here a list of past LAS courses, to give you a sense of the wide range of topics addressed through our interdisciplinary approach.
Fall courses are announced in March, Spring courses are announced in October, and Summer courses are announced in February. Once a student has decided what course(s) to take, he/she contacts the Liberal Arts Studies Office indicating which course(s) are requested for the term.
Liberal Arts Studies course offerings range across a variety of academic fields. Typically three courses are offered each semester and one course each summer term. These are the courses in the current term.
Looking forward in the Liberal Arts Studies Program
As you scroll down this list, you will see the breadth of Liberal Arts Studies course offerings in recent years.
If you have questions about the Liberal Arts Studies M.A. program, please contact us so we can help you!
April Strader Bullin
Liberal Arts Studies M.A./Lifelong Learning