Liberal Arts Degree Forms Human Person, Job Skills
The recent professional experiences of MLA students and graduates bear witness to this ancient educational wisdom of the liberal arts. Take, for example, the career of India Ogazi, MLA ’14. Ogazi was determined to pursue a standard master’s degree in communication, until she heard about the University of St. Thomas’ MLA program. Read more
Exploration Drives MLA Studentís International Studies
The Master in Liberal Arts that Jay Decker earned in December 2012 widens his career choices. It’s the reason he was awarded a new contract in the Middle East teaching English to oil and gas engineers in Saudi Arabia. At present, he is considering a future that would plant him knee deep in academic learning again. Read more about Decker’s international studies in the MLA Program.
History Teacher Chews Through MLA Degree
While teaching high school full-time, John Gillespie earned his Master in Liberal Arts with a concentration in history in May 2013. He did it the way one would eat an elephant—slowly and one bite at a time. He attributes his surprising appetite to the exceptional flavor of the UST experience. Read more about Gillespie’s studies in the MLA Program.
MLA Admissions Video
The Master in Liberal Arts degree at the University of St. Thomas is an interdisciplinary graduate degree that offers you choice, freedom and flexibility. Choose from 20 different areas of study to customize a degree program that fits your interests and goals.
Paying Her UST Values Forward
Through alumna Tonia Labbé, University of St. Thomas’ four core values—goodness, discipline, knowledge and community—came full circle to encompass a bright, kind young man who is the first in his family to attend college. Read more