The best Euroculture master thesis will be awarded with the Annual Liesbeth Brouwer Award (ALBA).
The purpose of the thesis is to give evidence of a student’s abilities in collecting and evaluating information, critically evaluating theories to analyze and interpret the gathered information, and constructing, testing and defending an argument. The thesis should also demonstrate a student’s ability to present research results concisely and in a scholarly form, and further show that the student is capable of producing original and independent work.
The Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies is an excellent program for a number of endeavors in the twenty-first century. By combining the knowledge from two disciplines, supported by cross-disciplinary electives, students are able to precisely define their own area of expertise. This unique option is ideal for students who have varied interests that can be connected by a common theme or goal.
$369.65 per credit hour
Step 1: Identify a thesis topic and select a faculty committee. Submit MA Form #1 to the Graduate Director.
If you are a full-time student, you will complete a thesis during your second year in the MA program. Be sure to attend the Thesis Workshop offered by departmental faculty each fall semester to learn more about the thesis process and receive useful advice about how to begin and complete your research.