Current Students

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Provided below are the resources you need to guide you through your degree program. Whether you are full- or part-time, you will find these resources to be useful markers along your path of study. If you don’t see what you need here, please contact our office.

Requirements

Click here to find the curriculum requirements for the program. Please note that students who entered prior to Summer 2019 have different requirements from students who entered in Summer 2019 or after.

Current Courses & Registration

Liberal Arts Studies course offerings range across a variety of academic fields. Typically two to three courses are offered each semester and one course each summer term. In addition, students have the option of choosing from graduate-level courses throughout the university as well as directed or independent studies.

Completion of Final Work & Graduation

Liberal Arts Studies offers a variety of options for completing your degree including capstone projects and writing a thesis.

Additional Information

CONTACT US

If you have questions about the Liberal Arts Studies M.A. program, please contact us so we can help you!

April Strader Bullin
Program Assistant
Liberal Arts Studies M.A./Lifelong Learning
336.758.6112
las@nullwfu.edu

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Secrest Series: Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker,"
Stewart Goodyear, piano

Proclaimed "a phenomenon" by the Los Angeles Times and "one of the best pianists of his generation" by the Philadelphia Inquirer, Canadian pianist Stewart Goodyear presents one of his signature works– his virtuosic transcription for solo piano of the complete Nutcracker ballet by Tchaikovsky. A special Secrest holiday concert!

Tuesday, November 15 at 7:30pm
Brendle Recital Hall

Ticket information at: https://secrest.wfu.edu/2223season/stewart-goodyear/
Free for students, faculty, and staff of Wake Forest University.

The Student Union invites students to the MarketPlace Cinema in Winston Salem to see Black Panther 2 for an early release premiere with a free ticket and popcorn/drink combo. We are providing limited shuttle options there and back. Student Union is happy to present this to the Wake Forest University Student Body in partnership with the Intercultural Center and the Student Activity Fee Committee.

Thursday, November 10 at 7:00pm to 9:45pm
To register:https://thelink.wfu.edu/event/8560477

Marketplace Cinema 2095 Peters Creek Pkwy, Winston-Salem, NC 27127

"Black Fire": Film Screening and Conversation with Kevin Jerome Everson
Thursday, November 10, 5:00 – 6:30 p.m.
Scales Fine Arts Center Rm 102

"BLack Fire" made as part of an ongoing collaboration between experimental filmmaker Kevin Jerome Everson, historian Claudrena N. Harold, and the students and alumni of the University of Virginia, these unclassifiable, poetic short films explore the ways in which Black students have transformed the university—politically, socially, culturally, and intellectually—from the 1960s through the present. Creatively employing reenactment, interviews, music, and performance, Everson and Harold pay tribute to the unsung trailblazers who paved the way for greater equality on the UVA campus while bringing the university’s history of racial and social struggle into dialogue with the present.
"Black Fire" made as part of an ongoing collaboration between experimental filmmaker Kevin Jerome Everson, historian Claudrena N. Harold, and the students and alumni of the University of Virginia, these unclassifiable, poetic short films explore the ways in which Black students have transformed the university—politically, socially, culturally, and intellectually—from the 1960s through the present. Creatively employing reenactment, interviews, music, and performance, Everson and Harold pay tribute to the unsung trailblazers who paved the way for greater equality on the UVA campus while bringing the university’s history of racial and social struggle into dialogue with the present.

Take a break from studies! Come enjoy some pizza while you paint @wakerspace #pizza #paint