The Human Nature
Great Books of the Great War (WWI)
Justice and Political Theory
Aristotle and the Natural World
Introduction to American Studies
Politics of Whiteness
History of Travel
Tolstoy’s War and Peace: Literature, History and Contexts
Hebrew Bible in Literature and Culture
Women in America
The American West
The War Narrative, The Peace Narrative: Literature of World War I and II
Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt
The Roman Enlightenment
The Enlightenment . . . The Renaissance. . . War and Peace. . . The Fall of the Roman Empire. . . The novels of Jane Austen. . . The American Founding. . . The plays of Shakespeare. . . The Civil Rights Movement. . . The Reformation. . . .
These are examples of ideas, books, people, and events that have truly changed the world. What is the best way to study them? History, literature, philosophy, theology, political science, languages – all of these disciplines have something important to say. But how is it possible to combine such different courses into just one master’s degree? The answer is Liberal Studies.