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The Master of Liberal Arts
program at UNC Asheville is an interdisciplinary,
part-time course of study for college graduates who
are interested in broad-based learning at the
master’s degree level.
Our evening classes allow working professionals
the opportunity for intellecmal and creative growth.
A versatile and stimulating degree program, the
MLA may be useful to advance your career or to
engage in life-long learning.
Course topics change each semester wititin focus
areas such as Humanities & Creative Writing,
Globalization Past and Present, and Science and
Human Values, or our graduate certificate in
Climate Change and Society.
Advance your Passion for Learning
Apply now, no GRE required.
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UNC Asheville students
• Free testing for
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Commissioner’s Speakers Series!
with Commissioner of Agriculture Steve Troxler
Join Commissioner Troxler, N.C. farmers and local restaurateurs in a
panel discussion on sustainable agriculture.
This event is free and open to UNC Asheville faculty,
staff, students and the Asheville community.
Wednesday, April 4
Mountain View Room 417
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