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2018-2019 Graduate Catalog 
2018-2019 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Graduate Liberal Studies


Professor John Mears, Faculty/Program Chair

Graduate Liberal Studies Academic Council, 2018–2019 Professors: Caroline Brettell (Anthropology), Robert Hunt (Theology)
Associate Professor: Bill Barnard (Religious Studies), Crista DeLuzio (History), Sara Romersberger (Theater)
Assistant Professor: Nick Tsarevsky (Chemistry)
Senior Lecturer: Bruce Levy (English)​
Professor of Practice: Rick Halperin (History)
Adjunct Faculty: Janet Harris (English), Candice Bledsoe (Education), Carmen Smith (Art Education)
Emeritus Professors: John Mears (History)

Department Information

Graduate liberal studies education allows each student the intellectual and personal freedom to chart his or her own self-directed course to a master’s degree, advanced certificate, and/or doctoral degree without the typical constraints or requirements of a traditional graduate program. Students are encouraged to cultivate their own passions with the opportunity to personally distinguish themselves personally and professionally to make greater contributions to society.




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