A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
The academic study of humanities provides students with a broad understanding of many key areas of human history and culture. This can include studies in the visual and performing arts, history, and literature, as well as the teaching of critical thinking and rhetoric skills.
The Center for Social Sciences and Humanities presents the curriculum of the Master's Degree in Social and Humanistic Research, with a focus on the training of researcher
The Center for Social Sciences and Humanities presents the curriculum of the Master's Degree in Social and Humanistic Research, with a focus on the training of researchers, to offer a quality, transdisciplinary and flexible postgraduate option. This curriculum derives not only from the needs detected in society, but also takes into account the research lines currently being developed by the Academic Bodies at our Center and which are also offered in the Doctorate of Social Sciences and Humanities.
The student will have a thesis tutor named from the first semester who will ensure a personalized attention that will guide him to organize, plan and develop his protocol, besides giving him the possibility to develop his skills and generate his own needs to face the problematic of his line of research and will develop in the research seminars, while in the last two semesters he will also participate in colloquiums where he will present the advances of his thesis and expose them to criticism and feedback. The student, together with his tutor, will be able to select optional subjects from the set of subjects that each line of the program offers to complement his training in the chosen line. The tutor may also recommend the mobility and conduct of research stays at the national level and of international preference for curricular courses and research activities that contribute to the quality of research conducted by the student. It should be noted that the electives that are described in the curricular structure derived...
Two courses of study are offered in the M.A. program: Cultural Studies and Applied Social Sciences. The goal of each is to turn out highly qualified graduates who can dea
The Graduate School of the Humanities and Social Sciences is committed to the community and the globalized world.
Two courses of study are offered in the M.A. program: Cultural Studies and Applied Social Sciences. The goal of each is to turn out highly qualified graduates who can deal with the transformations and institutional reforms that are occurring at both the regional and the global levels of current society.
The MHA (By Research) programme is specifically designed to meet the needs of postgraduate students who intend to specialise in the areas of Humanities and Arts.
The MHA (By Research) programme is specifically designed to meet the needs of postgraduate students who intend to specialise in the areas of Humanities and Arts. This blended learning programme is targeted to individuals keen on advanced research and academic pursuits at educational institutions, as well as those who wish to enhance their knowledge and skills in these areas. This programme is offered by Asia e University, a multinational and dual mode university recognised by 32 member countries of the Asia Corporation Dialogue (ACD).
1. Reflect on contemporary issues and controversies in arts and humanities mainly in Asian Centric through their own creative engagement with the research theories and methods....
The Humanities are the study of the arts (including visual art & music), philosophy, literature, language, classics, religion, and sometimes subjects such as communic
The Master Of Humanities Degree Offers You Flexibility For Your Real-World Success
The Humanities are the study of the arts (including visual art & music), philosophy, literature, language, classics, religion, and sometimes subjects such as communications and cultural anthropology. It's any field that speaks to the human condition—what it means to be human. Subjects that deal with the big questions (Why are we here? What is art? What is beauty? Is there one truth? What makes us human?) are central to the Humanities. Learning about the Humanities is to join in a conversation with the greatest minds since the dawn of recorded history.
Tiffin University’s Master of Humanities (MH) degree program is both flexible and practical, leading to your real-world success. The program offers graduate study in liberal arts for those students who seek a broad, interdisciplinary approach to knowledge....
The Research Master’s in Linguistics is a two-year program which will enable you to develop into a professional researcher. The program deals with linguistics in its broa
Master in Linguistics (Research)
The Research Master’s in Linguistics is a two-year program which will enable you to develop into a professional researcher. The program deals with linguistics in its broadest sense. All students take a general course in the field of linguistic research in the first year. The course, appropriately called Linguistic Research, is taught by three or four lecturers, each of whom lectures on the history of research in the field of linguistics from the perspective of their own specialization and on the methods and techniques used in their individual fields. In addition, you will select an area in which you wish to specialize. During the program, you will choose four courses from a list of available Master’s courses. You will base your choice on your own interests and the specialization that you wish to pursue. Our areas of expertise include not only phonology and syntax but also subjects such as textual and/or genre analysis, anthropological linguistics, applied linguistics, and sociolinguistics. The program is taught in English....
The MLitt Contemporary Studies is a one year interdisciplinary Masters degree. It explores what it means to label something as “contemporary” and considers how knowledge
The MLitt Contemporary Studies is a one year interdisciplinary Masters degree. It explores what it means to label something as “contemporary” and considers how knowledge is defined and disseminated in different disciplines.
The MLitt Contemporary Studies is an interdisciplinary degree that explores the nature of the contemporary. It addresses contemporary subjects from a range of arts, social science, and science disciplinary perspectives. The programme will develop your ability to approach contemporary subjects and challenges with an interdisciplinary, and thus flexible, mindset.
Brings together students from the humanities, social sciences, and physical sciences - offering an interdisciplinary degree that is unique within St Andrews.
Broadens your knowledge base and enhances your skills of analysis and communication; you will think beyond the methodologies of any single discipline and start to develop a common lexicon that bridges disciplinary divides.
Students complete two short placements that promote engagement beyond academia and help you develop your professional skills set.
Your summer research project can take the form of a practice-based submission based on a practical component such as a video essay, curation work, or website design or a standard written dissertation.
The Master’s Programme in Governance and Human Rights connects the theory of science with its practical application. Students learn to use good governance principles to p
The Master’s Programme in Governance and Human Rights connects the theory of science with its practical application. In seven modules, the students will learn to analyze and understand legal and political theories of governance and international and regional human rights regimes and how they are interrelated. The students and scholars of the Master of Governance and Human Rights will design, plan, organize, and realize their own project addressing a practical challenge related to the field of governance and human rights.
As the programme is designed for students from all over the world, it primarily takes place on the internet using online learning tools. There are three mandatory classroom session lasting two weeks each (at the start of the programme, after one year and in the end after two years) which take place in Berlin and Lüneburg....
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The MPhil programme provides training for students who intend to pursue careers in teaching and research. It can be an end in itself or serve as preparation for a PhD res
At HKUST, we offer the largest interdisciplinary university-level programme in humanities and social science in Mainland China and Greater China and the only one to have an explicit, programme-wide, comparative focus as exemplified by our innovative Global China Studies degrees.
Like every university of excellence, we are dedicated to research and teaching. What sets us apart from our peers is our explicit focus on global, especially North American and Chinese, best practice in teaching, graduate training and placement, and our own research.
The MPhil programme provides training for students who intend to pursue careers in teaching and research. It can be an end in itself or serve as preparation for a PhD research degree. Students may specialize in linguistics, literature, history, and anthropology, or philosophy and religion. Coursework and the completion of a thesis are required....
The Master in Tourism and Humanities is an initiative of the School of Tourism and Hotel Management and the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the UAB to train professi
The Master in Tourism and Humanities It is an initiative of the School of Tourism and Hotel Management and the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the UAB to train professionals that provide added value and innovation to tourism products and services. Professionals able to generate and manage content and bring new perspectives to the tourism sector, one of the leading economic sectors.
The Master in Tourism and Humanities has a professionalizing and innovative approach and has the support of Tourism of Barcelona and the Institute of Humanities of Barcelona, after these institutions firmasen with the School of Tourism and Hotel Management of the UAB a Convention master environment in order to establish the framework and lines of collaboration to maximize the potential of the program. ...
The international degree programme in Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge (DHDK) offers a cross-disciplinary curriculum designed to foster close connections between
The international degree programme in Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge (DHDK) at University of Bologna offers a cross-disciplinary curriculum designed to foster close connections between humanities and the sciences of representation and processing of information and knowledge. Mainly designed for students holding a three-year degree in humanities, the Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge programme targets those who wish to explore the field of literary, linguistic, historical and cultural studies and the arts, using models, systems and computational methods to represent and process data, information and knowledge.
5 reasons to enrol on the degree programme
This programme combines humanities-related competencies with IT know-how, particularly in relation to the development of cultural processes
Thanks to a cutting-edge interdisciplinary approach, you will gain knowledge that will set you apart from other graduates
You will become part of an international environment comprising academics, students, businesses, and cultural and research institutions
You will deal with innovative, interdisciplinary subjects, and enter a job market that is looking for (still) rare skills
You will improve your English, thus developing sought-after skills that will greatly increase your chances in the job market
Our programme trains specialists capable of employing the latest tools when working with digital data, and applying these tools in the humanities. With these skills, such
In a world of Big Data and total digitization, the humanities cannot remain as they were 100, 50, or even 10 years ago. Linguistics, philology, history, and art criticism are now going through a “digital turn”. Thanks to the development of technologies, new objects of research are appearing in the form of vast text collections, historical databases, digital archives, and online museums.
These objects contain a wealth of information about the language, culture, and society. However, they cannot be adequately studied with the methods traditionally used in the humanities. This “digital turn” requires new research competencies.
Our programme trains specialists capable of employing the latest tools when working with digital data, and applying these tools in the humanities. With these skills, such specialists can preserve cultural heritage in digital form....
The Master’s of Research (MRes) RCA offers early-career research students the opportunity to develop and demonstrate mastery in the theory, methods and practice of resear
Study at the World's number one ranked art and design university for five consecutive years (2015-2019) in the QS World University Subject Rankings.
MRes RCA degrees are offered in four Schools (Communication, Design, Fine Art and Humanities) and are designed to provide early-career researchers with the intellectual, technical and professional tools with which to complete high-quality research projects, whether at doctoral level or within the cultural and creative industries, working across traditional sociocultural, disciplinary and sectoral boundaries.
MRes RCA programmes are delivered through a combination of: structured learning, comprising of lectures and master-classes by practitioners and senior academics; workshop classes based around a set task (a ‘brief’); tutor-led seminar classes where students will be asked to reflect on material that they have read or studied in advance; and project assignments that support the structured teaching programme. Students are taught by highly regarded and active practitioners who are also academically qualified to provide a critical context for their work....
The Master's program in Humanistic Studies project is part of ITESM to strengthen the study of the humanities and social sciences on the one hand; on the other, to create
The Programme Master of Humanistic Studies It is part of the project ITESM to strengthen the study of the humanities and social sciences on the one hand; on the other, to create a space where professionals of any area acquire a humanistic linking and apply in their professional activity.
This program also is a response to the prevailing need in society to make a critical reflection in the area of the humanities with an emphasis on ethics, literature and speech, Science and Culture and Communication and Cultural Studies.
The new world order and democratic society need a proactive, committed and articulate strong civil society, where they can hold a dialogue between different voices, attitudes and postures. In this dialogue, professionals with a humanistic education can be the bridge between human beings with their philosophies, policies and different histories. Our fledgling democracy requires committed social subjects form an analytical view that stems from the philosophical and interpretive methodologies adopted to allow them to analyze speech clearly himself and the others. The contribution of professionals with a formal humanistic education contributes undoubtedly to the above....