MA programme Religion and the Public Domain

University of Groningen

Program Description

MA programme Religion and the Public Domain

University of Groningen

MA programme Religion and the Public Domain


Is the West really as secular as we think? Equip yourself to understand how the world we live in is shaped by religion through our unique program combining cultural history, politics and philosophy.


Religion not only manifests itself in traditional churches or in Christian rituals; crucial ideas such as human rights, liberty and democracy were stimulated and shaped by Christianity. Even the very concept of secularity stems from Christian theology.


In this Master's degree programme you will acquire knowledge of the pivotal role of religion in the Western world. You will combine cultural, historical and philosophical approaches to analyse this role. At the end of this one-year programme, you will know how to deal with tensions and opportunities concerning the presence of religion in the public domain.


Admission requirements

  • language test: TOEFL: 580 paper/237 computer/92 internet; IELTS: 6.5(not for native speakers)
  • previous education: Bachelor degree in Theology, Religious Studies, Arts, Philosophy or Social Sciences (e.g. Anthropology, Psychology, Sociology). Students with another bachelor degree can be permitted via a bridging programme
  • written request: a letter of motivation to the admissions committee explaining their choice for this study programme (max. 1 page) is needed, just like to submit an overview of their bachelor programme and a Curriculum Vitae


Last updated September 29, 2015
Duration & Price
This course is Campus based
Start Date
Start date
Sept. 5, 2016
Duration
Duration
1 year
Full time
Price
Price
1,984 EUR
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Deadline
Start date Sept. 5, 2016
Place
Netherlands Groningen
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EU
End date Request Info
Netherlands Groningen
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non-EU
End date Request Info
Duration 1 year
Price 1,984 EUR
- EU, 11.200 EUR. - non-EU per year