Clayton State University
Master of Arts in Liberal Studies
College of Arts & Sciences
2000 Clayton State Boulevard
Morrow, GA 30260-0285
(678) 466-4899 (fax)
Dr. Susan Copeland
Professor of English
210-G Arts & Sciences Bldg
All MALS courses are usually conducted as discussion groups with a maximum enrollment of 15 and a minimum of 5. These courses are explicitly interdisciplinary and writing-intensive. Students may take courses other than those listed below, depending on availability and scheduling. Note: In addition to the courses listed below, the MALS program may offer special courses each semester. Students are encouraged to view the Course Schedule and the Class Schedule for these offerings.
MALS 5000—Introduction to Graduate Studies (3-0-3):
Required of all students. 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 areas of the graduate program.
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Choose 6 courses (18 hours) from the following list: