Masters in Humanities


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Studying Humanities means exploring the archive of everything humans thought, achieved, wrote, and believed throughout history. By studying Humanities, you get a complete picture of what makes human beings fully interesting, complicated, weird, and unique.

Students enter into a variety of fields that explore the art, discoveries, rituals, traditions, and cultures that humans have invented over time. Basically, this field give us the record of human experience.

There are several fields built into the Humanities. Students can find wide-ranging subjects such as:

• Literature
• Philosophy
• Religious Studies
• Art History
• Linguistics
• Cultural Studies

Students who study Humanities tend to enter into the following careers:

• Education
• Journalism
• Law
• Academia
• Public Relations
• The glamourous world of internet copywriting

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Suggested Masters in Humanities

M.A. Theology and Religion

The MA in Theology and Religion offered by the University of Birmingham reflects this complexity and is designed to prepare you for professions which depend upon an advanced awareness of issues of theology and religion, and allow you to better appreciate the significance of these issues in contemporary society.

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M.A. Theology

The Master’s programme in Theology provides meaning to fundamental questions and ideas that feature in science, culture and faith. Students can specialise in History of Church and Theology, Biblical Exegesis, Practical Theology or Systematic Theology, while gaining a broad perspective through shared courses. The third year trains students for a specific career in Theology.

MA/Diploma African Studies

The Master of Arts in African Studies from University of Birmingham is a multidisciplinary programme focusing on contemporary Africa. It provides you with an understanding of major social, cultural, political and economic developments in Africa and the Diaspora. It also enables you to develop your critical and analytical powers in relation to current events in Africa.

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