Master of Liberal Arts
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Established in 1962, the Johns Hopkins Master of Liberal Arts (MLA) Program has gained national recognition for the quality of its teaching and the breadth of its course offerings. The MLA thrives on the curiosity, passion, and diversity of its students.
Our community of scholars eagerly embraces the Master of Liberal Arts interdisciplinary approach and flexible curriculum to better understand more about the world—and in so doing, learn and understand more about themselves.
|Course Locations||Baltimore, MD; Montgomery County, MD; *Online|
|Available 100% Online||Yes. For questions regarding courses available over the next year, contact the MLA director, Laura DeSisto at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Entry Terms||Fall, Spring and Summer semesters|
|Degree Requirements||10 courses (no residency requirement)|
|Tuition and Fees||Tuition in the 2019-2020 academic year is $2,797 per course.
Please note: 2019-2020 tuition rates are tentative pending approval by the Board of Trustees.
In addition to the Master of Liberal Arts, the program also includes a Certificate in Advanced Graduate Studies in the Liberal Arts. The 10-course certificate is available to students who have completed the MLA degree or another comparable interdisciplinary master’s degree. Students can cluster courses to meet both professional and personal goals.
The Johns Hopkins Master of Liberal Arts (MLA) is a unique, non-traditional graduate degree. Whereas most graduate programs ask you to become more and more specialized, the MLA expects you to both broaden and deepen your educational experience. Established in 1962, the MLA at Hopkins is the first program of its type in the country.
Why the Hopkins MLA Program?
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.
- 1.15 - PARIS NOIR, The African American History of Paris, talk by Tristan Cabello
- 11.10 - MLA Lecturer, Dr. George Scheper, Gave Plenary Talk, “Romancing the Maya,” at Symposium on “Pre-Columbian Cultures”
- 11.2 - MLA Student, Dr. Michael T. Benson, Co-author’s Book, College for the Commonwealth: A Case for Higher Education in American Democracy
View a recorded Online Open House session (Fall 2018)
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