Student’s Perspective on Master of Liberal Arts Degree
In January, the Master of Liberal Arts program will begin offering classes at Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus. Classes will be held in the evenings and on Saturdays. Students may also choose to complete some of their coursework at the Homewood campus in Baltimore.
The Montgomery County Campus Hopkins Happenings Newsletter recently interviewed a graduate of the Master of Liberal Arts program to learn more about the student experience. Lorraine Spencer, 52, completed the degree in 2011. She majored in English literature and Computer and Information Sciences as an undergraduate. She is currently an IT manager at the Hopkins University Office of Continuing Medical Education. Click here to read the full Q&A.
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