The Master of Arts Program in the Humanities (MAPH) at the University of Chicago is a rigorous, one-year graduate program that allows students to focus within a specific academic discipline—such as Art History or English—or to explore their interdisciplinary interests. Our students refine their intellectual ideas throughout the year, culminating in a master’s thesis supervised by a University of Chicago faculty member. MAPH is excellent preparation for students who wish to continue their studies in a PhD program, enter a new professional field, or return to their current career with more developed writing and research skills.

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  • MAPH Alumni Profile: Ryan Wolf

    MAPH Alum Ryan Wolf recently published his book Watches and Warnings and kindly answered some questions for us.