Liberal Arts Master's Program
Courses

Along with Liberal Arts graduate seminars, courses from various related departments may be chosen as electives for the Liberal Arts Master's Program. The following list, while not exhaustive, offers examples of such courses. Students are advised that departments sometimes reserve space in particular courses for their graduate students or majors. Checking on availability with the instructor of the course in question (or with the Program Coordinator) well in advance of registration is highly recommended.

The Department of Humanities and Religious Studies is the 'home' department of the Liberal Arts Master's Program; all HRS upper-division and graduate courses are suitable choices as Liberal Arts electives. Other related departments and suitable courses are as follows.



ART
100
101
105
106
107
108
109
110
118
Origins of American Indian Art
Art and Photography
Medieval Art*
Renaissance Art*
Baroque and Rococo Art*
19th Century Art*
20th Century Art*
American Art*
Modern Architecture

*These courses have prerequisites, but Liberal Arts students may enroll with permission from the instructor.

ENGLISH
116B
125A
125B
130A
130B
141
150A
150E
150F
170E
170G
170K
180W
185D
230A
230B
245
250F
250K
Children's Literary Classics
Literature and Film for Young People
Writing and the Young Writer
Writing Short Fiction
Writing Poetry
The Essential Shakespeare
Early American Literature
American Poetry, 1910-1950
Contemporary American Fiction, 1950-present
Short Fiction
Modern Poetry
Masters of the Short Story
Native American Literature
American Women Writers
Writing Fiction
Advanced Poetry Writing
Shakespearean Romance
Whitman and Dickinson
Contemporary American Fiction

GERMAN (no knowledge of German required)
140
141
142
143
150
Love and Marriage in the Medieval Epic
German Mythology and Legend
German Folk Literature, Legend and Lore
Arthurian Romance
German Civilization: Beginnings to 16th Century

HISTORY
(Most upper-division courses in History numbered from 104 to 186 are appropriate as Liberal Arts electives)

MUSIC
203
204
Psychology of Music
Music in America

PHILOSOPHY
(Most upper-division courses in Philosophy are appropriate as Liberal Arts electives, especially those numbered from 100 to 155)

SPANISH (no knowledge of Spanish required)
119 Latin American Literature in English Translation

THEATRE AND DANCE
201
206
208
Theory of Dramatic Criticism
Elizabethan and Jacobean Theater
Seminar in American Theater History