Masters degrees are more versatile than doctoral qualifications and have a broad range of professional and academic applications. According to the U.S. Department of Education, three types of masters programs exist research, professional, and terminal. The most popular masters degree types are Master of Arts (M.A.) and Master of Science (M.S.) in a mixture of subject fields.
Czech Republic is in the heart of Europe is a neighbor of Slovakia, Austria, Germany, and Poland. Czech universities offer long-standing reputation and interesting specializations.
Master of Art Degrees in the Czech Republic
Early Childhood Education is a master degree study field in the frame of study programme Pre-school and Out-of-school Pedagogy,organised in the full-time form of study. [+]
European Governance is a double degree taught in cooperation with Utrecht University in the Netherlands. The interdisciplinary in European Governance will equip you with the knowledge and skills to answer these questions and to formulate appropriate responses to the challenges they pose. In this way, it prepares you to deal with and work within the complexity of European governance - both in Brussels and at home. [+]
Social Pedagogy is a master degree study field in the frame of study programme Specialization in Pedagogy, organized in the full-time form of study. [+]
The programme focuses on European culture in the broad sense, including politics, history, geography, law and stresses Europe in the wider world. [+]
The three-year follow-up Master´s degree program is an intensive hands-on and theoretical preparation from the very beginning. [+]
Professional communication skills have become one of the key aspects of all types of enterprise. Students on the SC program study with instructors from the U.S. and Europe on a program that challenges students to build and develop the skills and theoretical understanding... [+]
M.A. programme is designed for students who have obtained a bachelor´s degree. The study is designed as a multidisciplinar overview of humanities and social sciences in which Central Europe is characterized in a broad context. [+]
Visual Arts is a follow-up postgraduate program that combines practical studio-based seminars and workshops with theoretical lectures on art theory and history. [+]
The philosophy of Gender Studies at the School of Humanities at Charles University in Prague (FHS UK) rests in offering the opportunity for a systematic and interdisciplinary academic study of theoretical and methodological tools for researching and exploring gender issues in historical perspective, with a consideration of cultural and ethnic aspects of any given topic. [+]
The MA in Sports Ethics and Integrity represents a coherent and integrated interdisciplinary programme responding to the multidisciplinary nature of the problems manifest in sport governance. The partners have been selected according to their contributory areas of expertise, and form a team of co-workers and co-researchers dedicated to the exploration of issues and solutions in sports governance, ethics and integrity. [+]
The graduate of this programme will have acquired a sound mastery of both practical and specialized English in philology and other disciplines within the humanities, and will possess a comprehensive knowledge of the theory, methodology and practical applications of English linguistics. [+]
The aim of Historical Sociological research is the study of issues of long-term social processes and trends that have a significant impact on contemporary societies and phenomena. The M.A. Historical Sociology cultivates research activities and the education of experts with an emphasis on the specialisation of these processes. [+]
This unique MA combines the study of mission to and within Europe, with developing an understanding of how the past and current cultural influences present in Europe shape Christian practice [+]
MA in European Mission and Intercultural Christianity
This unique MA combines the study of mission to and within Europe, with developing an understanding of how the past and current cultural influences present in Europe shape Christian practice.
The diverse cultural expressions of the Church around the world have led to an increasing understanding of the contextual nature of European Christianity. The challenges to Christianity in Europe have also led to mission practioners within, and outside of Europe, recognising its needs as a mission field.This unique MA combines the study of mission to and within Europe, with developing an understanding of how the past and current cultural influences present in Europe shape Christian practice. Who is this course for? Are you already involved in or preparing for mission in Europe? Do you want to gain a greater understanding of the social, political and religious factors shaping life and Christianity in Europe? Are you seeking to study in-depth a particular European region relating to your work? ... [-]
A new MA course enabling member care workers to understand and research the issues surrounding equipping mission personnel to be effective in their cross-cultural ministry. [+]
MA in Member Care
Member Care is a relatively new discipline which trains and equips workers to prepare better for cross-cultural life and ministry and to cope with adjustment pre-, during and post- assignment. Until now, specialists in the discipline have not had the opportunity to train and research these issues intensively.
Taught by experts in the field, Redcliffe’s new MA in Member Care recognises the need to have a Biblical basis underpinning practice, as well as understanding cross-cultural perspectives and their effect on individuals and groups. Challenges such as crisis response and trauma debriefing will be addressed, and there is the opportunity to focus on a specific context or Member Care issue through an optional module.... [-]
A postgraduate course for those wanting to reflect on how mission fits into the Scriptures, and how to use the Bible to engage missionally in a variety of cultural contexts. [+]
MA in Bible and Mission
A postgraduate course for those wanting to reflect on how mission fits into the Scriptures, and how to use the Bible to engage missionally in a variety of cultural contexts.
With the increasing complexity of the Church's mission in the world, clear and deep biblical reflection is essential. Not only should God's people have a firm grasp of how mission fits into the Scriptures, we should also be confident and competent in using the Bible to engage missionally in a variety of cultural contexts.
Redcliffe's MA in Bible and Mission enables students to explore mission in the Bible and the Bible in mission thinking and practice. It has been developed in partnership with various agencies including Wycliffe Bible Translators and Bible Society, both of whom will also be involved in the ongoing content of the course.... [-]