2017-2018 Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
College of Arts and Letters
Maureen Ryan, Ph.D., Dean
Deanne Stephens, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Gulf Coast Operations
Contact information (for the Coast)
Address: 730 East Beach Blvd., Long Beach, MS 39560
The primary purpose of the College of Arts and Letters is to provide its students with the highest quality education and preparation for professional fields in arts, liberal arts, the humanities, and the social sciences. In addition, the college provides opportunities for students in all departments of the university to participate in artistic and liberal arts activities and education, as well as to develop an awareness of cultural values and diversity. Descriptions of these programs can be located in the respective sections.
History: History (European), M.A. , History (United States), M.A. , History (War and Society), M.A. or History (European), M.S. , History (United States), M.S. , History (War and Society), M.S.
Political Science: Political Science, M.A. or Political Science, M.S. ; Doctorate in International Development
Graduate Degrees offered: Degrees are offered in cooperation with the Hattiesburg campus.