To qualify for the Master of Arts degree, students must fulfill the following requiremnts within five years after their first matriculation: Complete a minimum of 32 points of course work with at least 24 in residence in the Graduate School of Arts and Science, of which 16 must be in Center for Experimental Humanities courses with the DRAP-GA prefix. Pass What is Interdisciplinary Methodology?, DRAP-GA 3015. All elective courses are chosen in consultation with the program’s directors. Finally, students must satisfactorily complete a final master’s capstone project in consultation with a faculty adviser and with the program’s approval. Students will enroll in Capstone Project Symposium, DRAP-GA 3019, in their final semester while completing the capstone project. The capstone is a rigorously researched and carefully argued project that presents an original argument built upon carefully selected primary and/or secondary sources. Students are encouraged to choose a final format for the capstone project that best suits their project. Along with the traditional scholarly essay, projects that incorporate filmmaking, staging shows or exhibitions, writing short stories, designing digital media projects, or developing programs with outside institutions, etc. will all be encouraged and supported. The capstone project should be approximately 8,500-10,000 words if in a predominantly written format. In the case of less traditional formats, the final scope and length of the project will be determined through consultation with the student’s capstone project advisor.