College of Arts and Sciences

College of Arts and Sciences

Colleges / Schools

Master's

Program Types

Studying the Human Experience

Gain scholarly competence through intellectual challenges in Arcadia’s interdisciplinary Master of Arts in Humanities degree program. Enrich your life with expansive awareness of English, fine arts, art history, theatre, music, philosophy, religion, history, and politics.

What to Expect

  • Selection of one course from each of three concentrations: literature; fine arts/art history, theatre, and music; and, historical and political studies, international peace and conflict resolution, and philosophy and religion
  • Additional course selection for the required 36-hours degree completion
  • Study and apprenticeship with faculty accomplished in their fields
  • Opportunity for study abroad and internships

Career Paths

From first enrollment to diploma, M.A.H. graduates prepare for employment in a variety of industries, businesses, governmental and non-governmental organizations, foundations, and charitable organizations doing, for example, editing, publishing, arts and theatre performance or organization management, museum management, and librarianships.