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The Master of Liberal Arts program is designed to offer graduate level education in the broad areas of liberal studies. It is a multidisciplinary, non-career oriented program that seeks to offer a wide range of educational opportunities to students of diverse educational backgrounds.

COURSES AND SCHEDULES

On Campus

On Campus

Classes typically meet once a week during the fall/spring semesters. Courses are also offered during the various summer terms.


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Online

Online

Beyond the classroom, MLA students may enroll in online courses. With the development of the MLA Online Program, students may matriculate through the entire program electronically.

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Schedules

Schedules

The Master of Liberal Arts Program publishes course descriptions for each semester. Courses preceded by an asterisk (*) have been designated as “Perspectives on Society” core courses.

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WHY TAKE A NEW COURSE?

Students often complain that they had so many required courses and structured degree plans as undergraduates that they were not able to take many of the courses that really interested them.

If you want to satisfy your curiosity and broaden your knowledge, take a new course to the Master of Liberal Arts Program at Texas Christian University.

The MLA Program is a multidisciplinary program that offers a wide range of educational opportunities to students of diverse educational backgrounds. If you are interested in culture and the American cinema, parapsychology, or the American West, we have a wide range of courses that you will find culturally enriching and intellectually challenging.

The Program is available on campus, online, or a combination of the two.