Liberal Studies (MALS)

MALS 5000. Intro. to Graduate Studies (3) 

Emphasis on library research, using libraries from all over the Atlanta area, internet research, and archival research. This course takes students from a variety of undergraduate disciplines and trains them to conduct research in the selected area of the graduate program.

Restrictions: Liberal Studies - Graduate

MALS 5800. Selected Topics/Liberal Studie (3) 

Selected topics in liberal studies.

MALS 6890. Non-Thesis Prof Paper Research (1-3) 

As part of the Capstone Non-Thesis Option, this course includes the preparation of either a professional conference paper presentation, a scholarly book review, or an extended and enhanced research paper which will be submitted for publication to a refereed journal, rather than a thesis, completed under the direction of a graduate faculty advisor. Variable credit from 1 to 3 hours, with a maximum of 3 hours that may be applied to the Capstone Non-Thesis Option.

Prerequisites: MALS 5000

MALS 6899. Non-Thesis Comprehensive Exam (1-6) 

As part of the Capstone Non-Thesis Option, this is a faculty directed independent study course for students who are preparing for and/or completing their comprehensive examination. Variable credit from 1 to 6 hours.

Prerequisites: MALS 5000

MALS 6993. Master's Supervised Research (3) 

Instruction in research and research under the mentorship of a member of the Graduate Faculty.

Restrictions: Liberal Studies - Graduate

MALS 6995. Master's Thesis Research (3) 

Thesis research.

Restrictions: Liberal Studies - Graduate

MALS 6999. Master's Thesis Preparation (1-3) 

For students who have completed all credit hour requirements and full-time enrollment for the master's degree and are writing and defending their thesis. Credits arranged.

Restrictions: Liberal Studies - Graduate