College of Arts and Sciences
"As a part-time student working full-time, I found the Master's of Liberal Arts and Sciences Program to be a great way for me to broaden my educational horizons. My classes were taught by exceptional professors, and I immersed myself in challenging academic material. An added bonus is that I forged lifelong relationships with fellow students in the program. I can't think of a better way to have spent the last three years."
-- Gretchen Steil Weiss, MLAS Summer 2013
Why Get a Degree in Liberal Arts & Sciences?
A degree in the Liberal Arts and Sciences is an interdisciplinary degree emphasizing comparative critical thinking, communication, and the creative application of a broad range of methodologies and applied skills. Students choosing this option truly embody the spirit of a liberal arts education. A grounding in the liberal arts and sciences, combined with the development of skills and knowledge for a lifetime of learning, empowers individuals and prepares them to deal with complexity, diversity, and change. The curriculum provides students with a broad knowledge of the wider world, so crucial in our global society, and provides opportunities for in-depth study in specific areas of interest.
Programs of Study
8/23/14--New Student Orientation (Macomb): BLAS -- 10:30-11:15am, Tillman 301C
9/4/14--"What Can I Do with My Degree"-- for BLAS, African American Studies and Women's Studies majors. 6-8pm Simpkins 327. Pizza and beverages provided.