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Academics at Prescott College

Concentration:
Humanities Master of Arts

Concentration:
Humanities Master of Arts

The Limited-Residency Master of Arts Humanities Program provides opportunities for students to develop individually-designed, interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary studies in three major academic areas:

  • Traditional Humanities (Arts and Letters)
  • Cultural Studies
  • Social Sciences

Humanities students are encouraged to develop individualized study areas that incorporate cultural, historical, philosophical, political, and social aspects of their disciplines and work.

Numerous options are possible within the large framework of philosophy, mythology, and spirituality, including religious studies, ecofeminism, cosmology, dialogical ecology, spiritual studies, comparative religions and theology. It is also possible within Humanities to focus a degree on some nonclinical areas in psychology such as wellness, gerontology, ecopsychology, depth psychology, forensic psychology, spiritual psychology or psychology of women.

Life & Career Outcomes

Life & Career Outcomes
  • Art Administator
  • Art Critic
  • Art Theorist
  • Film Director
  • Film Producer
  • Professional Photographer
  • Professional Studio Artist
  • Professional Writer
  • Travel Writer

Faculty & Mentor Guides

Faculty & Mentor Guides

Academic Resources

Academic Resources

Prescott College Library

Library From Above

The Prescott College Library supports the curriculum with a variety of print and electronic resources. Our library catalog  reflects not only our collection but that of more than 30 other libraries in Yavapai county. A system-wide library card allows borrowers to request books from any library in the county.  Online resources include millions of full-text articles available through our article databases, and over 130,000 e-books available through ebrary.  

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Tuition & Fees

Tuition & Fees