People of all walks of life come to Auburn Montgomery seeking to earn a master’s in liberal arts. The degree can be used in so many different ways. For some, earning an MLA means a raise or a promotion. For others, it means improving your marketability. Still others choose this degree simply for personal enrichment.
The College of Arts and Sciences offers students a traditional liberal education to meet the needs of the 21st century, allowing them to compete for a variety of careers in an increasingly complex and evolving world.
AUM's Master of Liberal Arts is the only interdisciplinary master’s degree program in the state of Alabama, offering specialization classes in Visual Arts, English, Philosophy, Sociology, Theatre, Geography, Geographic Information Systems, History, Spanish and Anthropology. Furthermore, students have the freedom to choose any subject for their thesis, allowing you to claim an emphasis or specialty in almost any field you can imagine. This can significantly impact your ability to qualify for niche careers. Master of Liberal Arts Program of Study
The Delayed Flight of an Artist: A Psychoanalytical-Feminist Perspective of Selected Works from James Joyce - Prospectus Cat Shit in the Attic: A Memoir - Prospectus
Father Charles E. Coughlin: Beliefs and Influence during the Interwar Period: Thesis Prospectus by Student The Paradox of Identity: Women as Hidden Authoritarian Figures in Luigi Pirandello’s Literary Works - Thesis Prospectus Looking at Renaissance Women: Shakespeare’s Treatment of Ambitious Females in King John and King Lear