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Master of Liberal Studies
The Master of Liberal Studies Program is designed for those who have completed a bachelor’s degree and who want to enhance their knowledge and analytical skills to prepare themselves for the challenges of the twenty-first century.
Lake Forest College offers a master’s degree in liberal studies (MLS) to adults who live and work in the community, including teachers, professionals, and anyone interested in pursuing advanced study for their own enrichment and pleasure. At the heart of the MLS program is a series of interdisciplinary seminars, team-taught by faculty members representing different disciplines. These specially designed seminars foster the ability to integrate knowledge from several fields and to deal with major questions in light of the wisdom afforded by a broad understanding of the liberal arts.
The MLS program is flexible, designed to be responsive to the needs of individual students. Students can enter in either Fall or Spring and pursue the program at their own pace. Students working with an advisor design their own curricular programs. We will collaborate with you to develop a plan that fits your schedule and your life.
The MLS program welcomes educators and has a program of grants to help pay tuition. Educators are eligible for grants that can reduce their tuition per course by as much as half. Applying for a grant is simple. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
The seminar this spring is interdisciplinary, and explores classic and contemporary texts of science fiction. How do science fiction stories and films help us imagine the future—and perhaps as importantly, better understand the world in which we now live? Learn more about the spring seminar.
Association of Graduate Liberal Studies Programs
Students and alumni from the Master of Liberal Studies Program gathered in Glen Rowan on Monday night for the annual fall reception.
Associate Professor Rebecca Graff (Sociology and Anthropology) and Associate Professor Ben Zeller (Religion) have collaborated to create a new version of the MLS seminar on Chicago. The seminar is titled Sensing Chicago: Past, Present, and Future.