The Master of Arts in Humanities at Dominican is a world-class humanities program recognized for its rigorous, dynamic and intellectually challenging liberal arts curriculum. The program is structured to provide students with life and career enrichment, cultural understanding, and opportunities for personal advancement.
Dominican University’s Masters in Humanities program is an interdisciplinary program infusing subjects like art history, history, literature, music, philosophy, political theory, religion and more throughout the curriculum for a comprehensive education designed to prepare students in academic research, critical thinking, and scholarly writing.
Our Humanities program faculty includes nationally recognized researchers and professionals who work as educators, advisors, and mentors to our graduate students. Our distinguished faculty has a long history of working with busy students of all ages and backgrounds determined to earn their Masters in Humanities degree.
Students who successfully complete the program will receive superior preparation in scholarly writing, library research and critical thinking and will be qualified to teach at the community college level as well as pursue further graduate studies.
Choosing a graduate Humanities or Liberal Arts program that is right for you can be a challenge. Dominican’s MA in Humanities program prides itself on connecting graduate students to the curriculum, resources, and mentorship they need to be successful. Students in our MA in Humanities program have gone on to become published professional writers, musicians, graduate students, artists, professors and more.
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An emphasis is planned with Dominican’s expert academic advisors and allows students to concentrate a portion of their graduate work within a specific area.
Dominican’s University’s MA in Humanities program can be taken on a part-time or full-time basis. Program requirements are included in the PDF below:
MA in Humanities Admission Counselors are also available to clarify admission requirements and share further information on the program. Please feel free to contact Ryan Purtill at Ryan.Purtill@Dominican.edu to discuss the MA in Humanities program in greater detail.
Our dedicated team of Graduate Admissions Counselors and Advisors is waiting to discuss how Dominican University can help you obtain your Masters in Humanities. Take the first step towards completing your graduate Humanities degree by selecting any of our options below:
Curious to find out what alums of the MA in Humanities program are doing now? See Keri Shurtliff's video. As a graduate of the Master of Arts in Humanities program at Dominican, Keri was invited to speak at the Graduate Liberal Studies Symposium at the University of Southern California.
Contact Ryan Purtill at 415-458-3748 or firstname.lastname@example.org