Comparative Religion- Master of Arts

For information, contact:
Director of Graduate Studies
Department of Comparative Religion
164 Upham Hall (513-529-4300)

Admission Requirements

Admission requirements include: a personal statement describing your academic background in the study of religion, your specific area of specialization, and your professional objectives; a ten to twenty page writing sample, preferably reflective of your specific area of interest; GRE scores, undergraduate transcripts from every institution you have attended, and three letters of recommendation from your professors

Program Requirements

(30 semester hours)

Six semester hours of thesis credit are included in this program. You must pass a qualifying examination, written and oral, on specified books of major significance in the study of religion; write a thesis; and pass an oral thesis defense. Developing reading ability in a language appropriate to the area of study is strongly encouraged.

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