Religion and Culture (M.A.)

Religion and Culture (M.A.)

Master degree
24 months
Application deadlines: January 15
Processing time: 30 days
Application fee: $60
Full-time
Intakes: Spring Fall Summer January 15
International tuition: $24,000
Domestic tuition: $24,000

Program overview

The purpose of the M.A. comprehensive examination is to enable the student to develop a synthesized understanding of issues and problems in the area of religion and culture. The examination consists of two parts administered on separate days, the first dealing with foundational questions in the study of religion and the Catholic tradition, and the second addressing more specialized topics in the field of religion and culture. The questions for the exam are based on area reading lists corresponding to its two parts as well as on the student's coursework. The M.A. comprehensive examination is normally taken in the final semester of coursework, on dates designated in that semester's academic calendar.

Study options

Study options
This program can be done
On campus

Requirements

Exams:

  • IELTS
Completed online applications a certified, translated copy of transcripts of all previous education equivalent to secondary and postsecondary education in the United states. All transcripts issued from outside the United States must be certified by a recognized evalutor of international educational records (such as WES ot AACRAO), even if in the English language. Credential Evaluation of any non-U.S. degrees. evidence of sufficient proficiency in the English language to participate in the academic program. IELTS 6,5

Career opportunities

The Catholic University of America offers graduate students a wide variety of funding, teaching assistantships, on-campus employment, and research opportunities. Please contact the department of your interest and ask about funding and teaching opportunities.

Campus location

Washington , United States