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- MALS Final Project - The Committee's Page
- GLS News and Events
-- updated 01/26/15
- Graduate Liberal Studies Student Association (GLSSA)
-- updated 01/24/14
- Student News
-- updated 11/03/14
- Scholarships and Assistantships
-- updated 10/24/14
- Student Projects and Final Defenses
-- updated 01/28/15
- GLS Course Schedules (by semester)
-- updated 02/13/15
- Onslow County Extension GLS Information
-- updated 02/09/15
- Faculty and Staff News
-- updated 12/08/14
UNCW's Graduate Liberal Studies (GLS) two programs, the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) degree and the post-Master's certificate in liberal studies, provide a highly integrated exploration of the liberal arts, which not only adheres to the traditional values of broad liberal arts education, but is specifically designed for highly motivated learners who wish to deepen their understanding of the social, scientific, and humanistic dimensions of today’s world.
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Spring 2015 - MALS Final Project Workshop Video (for students)
The Spring 2015 workshop was held from 6 - 8 pm, Monday, October 20, 2014, in Randall Library, Room 2005. Please click on the above link to view the video of this workshop.
If you are doing research, whether for a class or for your final project, this tutorial is a must-see. It is highly informative and very helpful. Click on the title above and check it out ! !
For those seeking the application to the UNCW Graduate School, please click on the title above to find its link.
Further Program Details -
For further details about our program, please feel free to browse through the website. We suggest you start with About Us.
Having trouble locating the exact GLS web page that you need? Click on the sitemap title above and find it !
Focus on Alumni!
All our alumni are very special people. However, here are some deserving of your and our special attention.
This MALS alumna and researcher at the University of North Carolina Wilmington has turned her research of plastic debris in the ocean into artwork and will take it on a tour around the country. Check the details at Local scientist turns research into traveling art project WECT-TV6.
(Dr. Burke's Cape Fear Community College "Critical Thinking" class created a digital database of hand-written records dating back to the 1730s. The resulting database, "Slave Deeds of New Hanover County" and details about the Research Project can be accessed at http://libguides.cfcc.edu/deeds. Volume 2 of the database has now been published. Note: Volume 1 is also available from the UNC Chapel Hill Libraries at http://search.lib.unc.edu/search?R=UNCb747640. He has also published his second book recently - click on name for details.)