The normal minimum requirement for admission to the M.A. program in Religions and Cultures is a graduation with high standing in a B.A. program (or equivalent) in Religious Studies or in a discipline in the Social Sciences, Humanities, or Fine Arts that would allow successful candidates to pursue their academic interests in step with the teaching areas of the Department and the research strengths of its faculty. International students who do not possess a B.A. (or equivalent) from a North American or European university should contact the M.A. Graduate Program Director to determine the suitability of their application.
To help you assemble your application, please use the following documents. Please note that additional documents may be required by the University.
M.A. Religions and Cultures/M.A. Judaic Studies
Ph.D. in Religion
Additional Subsequent Requirements (Depending on Circumstances)
Interview (at the discretion of the department). Please note that an in-person or telephone interview may be required. You may be contacted for additional information or for a telephone interview. A request for information or an interview does not necessarily indicate that your application will be accepted, and lack of a request does not indicate that your application will be refused.