It is designed to provide life and career enrichment, cultural understanding and opportunities for personal advancement.
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.
Curious to find out what alums of the program are doing now? Watch “What Can I do With a Graduate Liberal Studies Degree?”
Keri Shurtliff, a graduate of the Master of Arts in Humanities program at Dominican was invited to speak at the Graduate Liberal Studies Symposium at the University of Southern California.
Contact Jennifer Tuffy at 415-458-3748 or by email at email@example.com
May 15 - Fall Semester
Nov 15 - Spring Semester
Program specific deadlines for Fall-only admission:
Feb 1 - Occupational Therapy (Closed for Fall 2013)
Mar 15 - Biological Sciences
Apr 1 - Counseling Psychology
May 15 - Clinical Laboratory Sciences
*Dominican follows a rolling admission policy. Applications will be accepted after the priority deadline on a space-available basis. Contact us for information on space-availability.