M.A. in Central Eurasian Studies

Add an M.A. in Central Eurasian studies to your M.L.S. or M.I.S.

The M.A. in Central Eurasian studies is offered through the Department of Central Eurasian Studies (CEUS), which is in the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies. At a high level, it emphasizes language proficiency and a thorough grounding in indigenous cultures. Eurasia has played an important role in the development of Europe and Asia, and is still insufficiently explored by modern scholars.

Learn more about the advantages of pairing the CEUS M.A. with a Master of Library Science (M.L.S.) or Master of Information Science (M.I.S.) degree.

M.I.S. pairing

Here you’ll blend information skills, foreign language proficiency, and area expertise to prepare for careers at universities, libraries, corporations, archives, digital collections, nonprofits, and governments.

M.L.S. pairing

With this pairing, you’ll become an expert in navigating information involving the region that includes Iran, Turkey, Hungary, Afghanistan, Mongolia, Tibet, and Kazakhstan.

Estimate your tuition and fees

IU’s tuition and fees tool allows you to forecast the cost of credit hours and mandatory fees for your ILS graduate education.

To be considered full time, you must enroll in at least nine credit hours. Anything less is considered part time, which is an option for all students. You can also choose to enroll in more than nine credits if it better suits your goals.

Credit hour fees are different in every school. To get the best estimate of how much your tuition will cost each semester, search tuition rates for both of your dual-degree programs.

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Ways to fund your education

If financial concerns are holding you back from applying to this program, we encourage you to explore the various funding opportunities available to ILS students!