Focus on the role of religion in the context of the globalization process with our international and multicultural studies track. You'll devote particular attention to a region of your choice, such as the Americas, Europe or Asia.
You'll take at least one course in a specific religious tradition beyond the core requirements, as well as one course in the theory of religion that pertains to international and multicultural studies.
Improve your language fluency. Our Center for World Languages and Cultures offers opportunities to practice, engage in and demonstrate competency in a language that is relevant to your program of study.
Cultivate direct international experience through coursework at a location outside of North America. As part of your degree program, you will choose an independent study, service learning or fieldwork opportunity that meets your curricular and long-term professional goals.
Priority deadline for all MA application materials to be received in the Office of Graduate Studies is February 1st. Apply today!