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Oct 7, 2014

4+1 Information Sessions


4+1 Directors Outreach

Did you miss us yesterday on Van Meter Highway? Join us for coffee and learn more about how you can earn your BA and MA in 5 years at Goucher College.

Date & Time: October 15th from 9:30am to 11am

Master of Arts in Cultural Sustainability at Goucher College (Hoffberger 183)
Goucher Digital Arts(Hoffberger 184)
Master of Arts in Environmental Studies at Goucher College (Hoffberger 155)
Master of Arts in Management at Goucher College (Hoffberger 171)

Sep 22, 2014

Information Sessions in Fall 2014


We invite you to learn more about our innovative degree program. We are happy to chat with you or connect you with a current student or alum. We are now accepting applications for the Cultural Sustainability program beginning in January 2015. The preferred application deadline is October 18. Applications are accepted after that on a space available basis.

Skype Information Sessions

Skype name:  cultureatgoucher

  • September 23rd from 3-4pm EST
  • September 25th from 6-7pm EST
  • October 1st from 3-4pm EST
  • October 2nd from 6-7pm EST
  • October 7th from 3-4pm EST
  • October 9th from 6-7pm EST

On-Campus Information Sessions

We’re happy to meet you when it’s convenient for you to visit us on campus at: The Welch Center, Julia Rogers Building, Room 224 1021 Dulaney Valley Rd, Baltimore, MD 21204. Make an appointment by phone, 410-337-6200, or email: . Click here for directions to Goucher. Click here for a campus map.

Contact us or RSVP for any of our events at:  or 410-337-6200.

Off-Campus Information Sessions

We will also be at the following Idealist Graduate fairs this fall:


About this blog

Goucher's MA in Cultural Sustainability provides students with the training to identify, protect, enhance and work effectively with communities around what makes them unique: their traditions, ways of life, cherished spaces, and vital relationships to each other and the world. Read More

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Goucher's Master of Arts in Cultural Sustainability is a completely unique new program. We teach our students how to work closely with individuals and communities to identify, protect, and enhance their important traditions, their ways of life, their cherished spaces, and their vital relationships to each other and the world.

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