Religions and Cultures

Master of Arts (MA)

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, Islam, Judaism and Christianity. The program is particularly relevant at a time when Quebec is having intense discussions related to its religious past and the meaning of diversity in a province with a unique identity and political history. The Department of Religions and Cultures is an exemplary place to study such developments, as well as to attain skills that will aid students find meaningful involvement in wider society.

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