Multi-Year Schedule

This is a projected multi-year, multi-semester schedule for the Master of Liberal Arts Program curriculum. Note: Listings for future semesters are tentative pending instructor availability and student demand. Each semester will likely also include cross-listed courses with other programs. These courses will be offered pending faculty availability. Please check the semester course schedule for specific offerings for that semester.

Spring 2017

Course ID and Title Location
450.651.81 Western Political Philosophy Online
450.669.81 Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective Online
450.673.81 Monstrosity & Metamorphosis: Imagining Animals in Early Art & Literature Online
450.675.81 Literary Analysis of the Hebrew Bible Online
450.683.81 The History of the Book from the Ancient World to the Digital Humanities Online
450.731.81 History of the Papacy: Pope Francis in Context Online
450.736.81 Medieval England: From Beowulf to the Battle of Bosworth Online
450.739.81 Race and Jazz Online
450.606.81 Ethics for a Multicultural World Online
450.733.01 Why Tonality Works: Symphonic Music and its Practitioners in Western Culture Baltimore
450.650.01 Cultural Eras: The 1960s Baltimore
450.621.01 The Self in Question: Readings in Literature & Psychology Baltimore
450.830.01 MLA Graduate Project Baltimore
450.082.01 MLA Portfolio Baltimore

Summer 2017

Course ID and Title Location
450.634.81 Italian Renaissance Art and Thought Online
450.689.81 Introduction to Digital Humanities in the Liberal Arts Online
450.695.81 American Political Theory and Practice Online
450.697.81 The Rise and Fall of Empires: From Rome to Brexit Online
450.684.01 Introduction to Buddhism Baltimore
450.736.81 Medieval England: From Beowulf to the Battle of Bosworth Online
490.784.01 Reading and Writing New England Onsite
450.790.01 Six Degrees of Miles Davis Baltimore
450.830.01 MLA Graduate Project Baltimore
450.082.01 MLA Portfolio Baltimore

Fall 2017

Course ID and Title Location
450.607.01 Through a Glass, Darkly: American Film Noir Baltimore
450.630.81 “Orientalism” and “Occidentalism”: A Brief History of Two Illusions Online
450.631.81 Western Theatre History: The Dynamic Interplay of Social, Economic and Cultural Forces Online
450.651.81 Western Political Philosophy Online
450.661.01 History of Russia Baltimore
450.673.81 Monstrosity and Metamorphosis: Imagining Animals in Early Art and Literature Online
450.675.81 Literary Analysis of the Hebrew Bible Online
450.678.81 Religions of the Emerging World Online
450.700.81 “The Souls of Black Folk”: Evolving Conceptions of Leadership in African American Literature and Culture Online
450.710.81 The Mind of Leonardo Da Vinci Online
450.726.01 The Supreme Court and the Constitution Baltimore
450.731.81 History of the Papacy: Pope Francis in Context Online
450.734.01 Rebirth of a Nation: The Harlem Renaissance Baltimore
450.762.81 America’s Cultural Diversity: The History of Race and Ethnicity in the US Online
450.791.01 New York City: A Cultural History II: World’s Fair to World Trade Center
Dates of this course will be Wednesdays September 6 – December 13, with two NYC overnight field-trips on October 21-22 and November 18-19.
Please contact the course instructor, George Scheper, for more information.
Baltimore, New York City

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State-specific Information for Online Programs

Note: Students should be aware of state-specific information for online programs. For more information, please contact an admissions representative.