Message from the Liberal Studies Associate Dean
Georgetown's Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program is a unique degree that emphasizes a comprehensive educational approach, providing you with the skills and experiences that cultivate a deeper understanding of human nature, which can be applied both inside and outside of the workplace. The major events of human history, the best scholarship on human values and ethics, and the great works of literature, philosophy, theology, art, and science are not only studied for what they say, but also used as the subject matter for class discussion and other coursework.
Housed on Georgetown's main campus, our program offers small class sizes and specialized faculty attention. We draw students from a wide variety of industries, age groups, and backgrounds. As you read, discuss, analyze, write, debate, and share within this community of scholars, you will grow—intellectually, culturally, and professionally. Your classmates will serve as some of your most important learning resources throughout your time in the program.
Francis J. Ambrosio is Associate Professor in the Philosophy Department at Georgetown University. He was ...
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Dr. Dolan brings a wealth of experience in academic program development and oversight, as well ...
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James Giordano, PhD, MPhil, is Professor in the Departments of Neurology and Biochemistry, Chief of ...
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Ariel Glucklich offers courses in Hinduism, Psychology of Religion and Anthropology of Religion. He is ...
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Gregory C. Havrilak, Ph.D. Gregory Havrilak joined the faculty of Georgetown University’s School of Continuing ...
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Peter James Kralovec has over 10 years of experience in urban policy research, writing, program ...
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Tod Linafelt is professor of biblical literature in the Theology Department at Georgetown University. He ...
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Jo Ann Moran Cruz is an associate professor of history at Georgetown University and former ...
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William J. O’Brien received his PhD in systematic theology from the University of Chicago. Before ...
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Rory F. Quirk joined the Liberal Studies faculty in 1999. His courses range across three ...
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