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Saturday, October 17, 2015

5 Things You Can Do With a Master’s Degree in Liberal Arts

"The crux of most graduate programs is that they offer specialized or niche education in an academic field, in turn providing further mastery in a specific subject. A master’s degree in liberal arts then, seems to be a catch-22 of sorts. The liberal arts, by definition, are not subject-specific and instead emphasize the importance of knowledge in many subject areas, but that doesn’t negate the value of an MLA." presented by

Photo: hiladelphia Magazine (blog)

In fact, at the University of Pennsylvania, alumni who have completed the College of Liberal and Professional Studies Master of Liberal Arts program are working in a multitude of fields, thus emphasizing the applicability and marketability of the degree. Here, we’ve identified five things you can do with a master’s degree in liberal arts...

For more information about the University of Pennsylvania's College of Liberal and Professional Studies Master of Liberal Arts program, attend a virtual information session hosted live and online from 12:30 to 1:30pm on November 2nd. Master of Liberal Arts Program Director Dr. Chris Pastore will discuss details about the MLA degree, and attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and engage in conversation. 
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Source: Philadelphia Magazine (blog)

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