Program Concentrations for the Master of Liberal Studies

Last update: November, 2013

The MLS program offers the following concentrations: 


On Campus Concentrations Online Concentrations 
Digital Cinema Production   Art 
Geology or Geography Educational Leadership and Management  
Global Professional English Global Professional English
Global Management Global Studies
 International Enterprise Leadership   Gerontology
Mathematics/Math Education    Global Management
Modern Languages     Literary Arts  
Music/Music Education Health Sciences
  Science Education   Instructional Sciences 
Political Leadership and Public Service    Management Information Systems  
     Management Information Systems Political Leadership and Public Service  
Social Networking Management     Political Science
 The e-Learning Professional       Public Administration     
  Social Networking Management   
  The e-Learning Professional 

 June, 2012 - Students interested in applying for Human Resource Management, Information Assurance Management, Web Development, and Computer Networking concentrations should visit the Master of Professional Studies (MPS) web page for application information. Students currently admitted to these MLS concentrations have the option of either completing their MLS program or applying for the MPS program. Contact the program advisor for your concentration or the Assistant Dean of the Graduate School for advice.  Current students in these MLS concentrations can visit the links to the old MLS pages for reference on program requirements: MLS (Human Resource Management), MLS (Information Assurance), MLS (Web Development), and MLS (Computer Networking)

January, 2013 - beginning with the Fall, 2013 semester the MLS (Social Entrepreneurship) concentration will migrate to the Master of Professional Studies (MPS) program.  Applications for the MLS (Social Entrepreneurship) program will redirected to the MPS (Social Entrepreneurship) program.  Interested students should visit the Master of Professional Studies (MPS) web page for application information. Current students in the MLS (Social Entrepreneurship) program will be taught out. Current MLS (Social Entrepreneurship) students may visit the old MLS page for reference on program requirements: MLS (Social Entrepreneurship). 


June, 2013 - beginning with the Fall, 2013 semester, the MLS (Chemistry) concentration will migrate to the Master of Professional Studies (MPS) program.  Applications for the MLS (Chemistry) program will be redirected to the MPS (Chemistry) program. Interested students should visit the Master of Professional Studies (MPS) web page for application information. Current students in the MLS (Social Entrepreneurship) program will be taught out. Current MLS (Chemistry) students may visit the old MLS page for reference on program requirements: MLS (Chemistry).

October, 2013 - beginning with the Fall, 2014 semester, the MLS (Organizational Leadership) concentration will migrate to the Master of Professional Studies (MPS) program.  Applications for the MLS (Organizational Leadership) program will be redirected to the MPS (Organizational Leadership) program. Interested students should visit theMaster of Professional Studies (MPS) web page for application information. Current students in the MLS (Organizational Leadership) program will be taught out and may visit the old MLS page for reference on program requirements:MLS (Organizational leadership).

November, 2013 - 
beginning with the Fall, 2014 semester, the MLS (Criminal Justice) concentration will migrate to the Master of Professional Studies (MPS) program.  Applications for the MLS (Criminal Justice) program will be redirected to the MPS (Criminal Justice) program. Interested students should visit theMaster of Professional Studies (MPS) web page for application information. Current students in the MLS (Criminal Justice) program will be taught out and may visit the old MLS page for reference on program requirements: MLS (Criminal Justice).

Once you have been admitted to a concentration, please carefully read The MLS Student Handbook.

If you have questions or would like more information about the Master of Liberal Studies degree program, please contact the Assistant Dean of the Graduate School