The Master of Arts in Humanities gives you the opportunity to explore the big questions in life while satisfying your desire to learn about a topic in depth. Its interdisciplinary approach means you investigate historical, literary, philosophical, or cultural issues using the tools of a range of different disciplines.
This degree enriches your career path whether as a teacher, journalist, lawyer, curator, librarian, archivist, researcher, policymaker, or anything where critical thinking is valued.
The humanities are defined as those fields that have, from earliest times, recorded – in script or sound, on canvas, or stone – the achievements, ideals, and even failures of humanity:
- Art History
- Communication and Theatre
- Classical and Modern Languages
- Theology and Religious Studies
While other disciplines can be considered, the nature of the self-designed study plan should be based in the humanities.