The Master of Arts in Humanities is a multidisciplinary graduate degree designed for generalists, for students more interested in synthesis than specialization. It provides an integrated study of the humanities in a cross-disciplinary format.
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Humanities ... for the Fun of It!
Write Your Life: Memoir Writing
Learn how to put your life in words with style and panache in this hands-on, non-fiction writing seminar - June 4, 18, 25 (2014)
And the Beat Goes On: The Roots of Rock and Roll
Journey back to the Fifties to discover the roots of rock and roll and try your hand at drumming to the backbeat - June 5, 19, 26 (2014)
Native Americans of Michigan
Explore the Anishinaabeg culture as you move through Michigan history from a distinctly Native American perspective - June 10, 17, 24 (2014)
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MA in Humanities Program at CMU
Because the many subject areas of the humanities are naturally interrelated, this format emphasizes connection rather than fragmentation. Students generally select courses from traditional areas of the humanities, such as history, literature, philosophy, religion, music, and art. They also may include other areas of study, such as women's studies, anthropology, or political science.
The Master of Arts in Humanities program is flexible enough to meet the needs of a variety of students. It is an appropriate choice for students seeking a graduate degree that offers educational development or a focus on interdisciplinary knowledge.
- The Rise of Industrial Society
- Images and Ideas of Self
- Contemporary Issues: Race, Class, Gender
- Popular Culture Studies
- Native American Issues in Modern Culture
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