University of Manitoba
St. Paul's College
Room 268, Drake Centre, 181 Freedman Crescent
The M.A. is offered as a Joint Program in cooperation with the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Winnipeg. Students in the JMP may elect to receive their degrees from either of the two participating universities. They may pursue their degree via the thesis route, or the Course and Comprehensive route. The Department of Religion considers applications to do doctoral work only in the research areas of its faculty, which currently include: Religions of south and east Asia, esp. Hinduism and Buddhism Bible, formative Christianity, religions and cultures of Western antiquity Reformation and aspects of early modern/modern Christianity Christianity, culture and society, and Christian texts Islam and Islamic texts Methodology, hermeneutics and critical theory The study of religion at the University of Manitoba is religiously non-aligned and encourages scholarly diversity. Faculty members have a rich variety of backgrounds and a great wealth of scholarship. Some are internationally recognized leaders in their field; they have written texts that make an important contribution to their discipline. Many students have completed their M.A. in Religion in the past several years and many of these have continued their studies in Ph.D. programs, some now teaching in departments of Religion here and elsewhere.
Accreditation:no accreditation exists for this program
Facts & Figures
Financial Aid: Yes
International Financial Aid: Yes