The graduate program in Humanities leads to the Master of Arts (M.A.) degree. The program encourages interdisciplinary study in the humanities while allowing specialization in one of the following concentrations: studio arts, art history, museum studies, film studies, writing, and the history of ideas. Students in the program will gain an appreciation of major artistic and intellectual contributions across history and the global landscape. Students may enroll with degrees from one of the humanistic disciplines or from other fields, although prior coursework in the Humanities is desirable. Upon enrollment, a student will be assigned a faculty adviser who will help mentor the student through the program. The culmination of the program is the successful completion of one of the capstone options (thesis, internship, project, comprehensive exam, or exhibition); selection of the capstone options should be guided by the student's interests and professional goals.
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- Language Test: TOEFL 79 (minimum), IELTS 6 (minimum)