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in the Department of Classics and Religion

What is thesis-based study?

Pursue independent research guided by a supervisor who shares your research interests. If you want to advance your knowledge or expand your expertise in a specific field or research area, our thesis-based programs are for you.

What is course-based study?

Ideal for students seeking to advance their careers, our course-based programs offer research, project and group work components in a wide variety of delivery methods.

What is a supervisor?

A supervisor is a faculty member who oversees your research and the development of your thesis.

Graduate programs

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Greek and Roman Studies

Master of Arts (MA), thesis-based / Master of Arts (MA), course-based / Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

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Religious Studies

Master of Arts (MA), thesis-based / Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) / Specializations in Eastern Religions, Western Religions and Nature of Religion

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