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Religions and Cultures (MA)

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Degree
Master of Arts (MA)
Department
Faculty
Program type
Thesis, Course-based
Primary campus
Sir George Williams (SGW)
Duration
2 years
Credits
45 credits
Start term
Fall, Winter

Program overview

The Master of Religions and Cultures examines how religion interacts with today's globalized world. Our seminars and courses allow you to explore a variety of religious traditions and emerging subfields based on your research interests. The research expertise of our faculty spans multiple traditions including, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Christianity. The Master of Religions and Cultures examines how religion interacts with today’s globalized world. Our courses and seminars allow you to explore a variety of religions and cultures based on your research interests and future career. Students may focus in their studies and research project or thesis on intersecting fields such as politics, the arts, media, NGO studies, and women’s and gender studies.

Program structure

Admission requirements

  • BA or equivalent with high standing in Religious Studies, Judaic Studies or a discipline in the Social Sciences, Humanities, or Fine Arts.
  • Proficiency in English. Applicants whose primary language is not English must demonstrate that their knowledge of English is sufficient to pursue graduate studies in their chosen field. Please refer to the Graduate Admission page for further information on the Language Proficiency requirements and exemptions.

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