The Master of Arts degree is a student-centered program that enhances students' educational choices for intellectual, professional and personal growth. The M.A. degree is learner-designed and focuses on the achievement of the specific learning objectives and outcomes of each student. Students, with faculty approval, designate an academic specialization that reflects the individualized course of study included in their degree plan.
In addition to the Master of Arts core faculty, the degree program draws professors from many departments throughout Regis University and from experts working within the community. By taking advantage of the strong collaborative relationship you'll experience with Regis faculty, you have the freedom to designate and develop a unique academic plan.
Areas of specialization are individually designed to match your passion. Below are examples of some of the specialization options that are available. See the PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS tab for review of all specializations offered through this program.
Sample Degree Plans:
What is YOUR passion?
At the College of Contemporary Liberal Studies (CCLS), the spiritual, ethical and social development of the Master of Arts graduate student is of utmost importance. Opportunities for self-reflection, critical and creative thinking, community outreach and service learning are foundational dimensions of this master’s degree. Because of our learner-designed curriculum and array of academic disciplines to choose from, graduates of the Master of Arts from Regis University's CCLS will find their professional and career choices expanded and enhanced.
Total M.A. Degree Requirements: 36 credit hours
- Core studies requirements: 9 credit hours
- Specialization courses: 21 credit hours
- Capstone course requirements: 6 credit hours
IS REGIS’ Master of Arts program ACCREDITED?
Regis University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), one of six regional higher education institutional accreditors in the United States.
WHAT CLASS FORMATS ARE AVAILABLE?
The MA degree classes are offered evenings in classrooms or 100 percent online. Classes are offered in an 8-week accelerated format. This program cannot be completed 100% on campus. Most of our students pursue the program in a hybrid (online and on campus) format or 100% online.
WHEN DO CLASSES START?
Courses are offered in 8-week terms that begin in:
Printable Fact Sheet: To download a printable fact sheet with details about required classes, admissions requirements, and start dates, please visit our fact sheet library. Please note: The best source for the most current information is an admissions counselor.