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Professional Translation for European Languages MA

Study Details: MA: 12 months full-time, 24 months part-time

This course gives you the skills and knowledge to become a professional translator. You’ll work between English and one/two of the following languages: French, German, Italian or Spanish. You’ll receive expert training in professional tools and software and work in different contexts,...

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Christian Theology (Anglican Studies) MA

Study Details: MA 1 year FT

This course focuses on the Anglican theological tradition in particular, within the more general context of Christian theology. Durham offers unparalleled resources for the theological study of Anglicanism, a strong basis for which is given by the Department’s close historical links with...

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Christian Theology (Catholic Studies) MA

Study Details: MA 1 year FT 2 years PT

This course focuses on the Catholic theological tradition in particular, within the more general context of Christian theology. Durham is developing a strong emphasis on a renewed engagement with contemporary Catholicism, and now boasts a Centre for Catholic Studies and the Bede Chair in Catholic...

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Translation Studies MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT, 2 Years PT

The School of Modern Languages and Cultures (MLAC) houses a vibrant community of researchers, teachers and students. It aims to foster a world-class student experience in all its disciplines, with some 50 full-time teaching staff (including 20 dedicated language specialists). Its research...

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TESOL MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT

The Language Centre provides high quality English language teaching expertise for students at all levels; pre-university entry, undergraduate and postgraduate.  The Centre also plays a central role in enhancing the experience of both home and international students. The Centre’s TESOL MA...

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Applied Linguistic Studies for TESOL MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT

The Language Centre provides high quality English language teaching expertise for students at all levels; pre-university entry, undergraduate and postgraduate.  The Centre also plays a central role in enhancing the experience of both home and international students. The Centre’s MA...

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Christian Theology MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT

This course involves the study of historical and systematic theology across a range of Christian perspectives. Durham has long-established strengths in both Greek and Latin patristics, the medieval Church and Reformation, contemporary Catholic and Anglican theology, theological ethics, and...

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Religion and Society MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT

In this course, the focus is on religion in its anthropological and sociological perspectives. Durham has particular strengths in the study of Mormonism; death, dying and disposal; shamanism; religion and emotion; religion/faith and globalisation; religion and politics; contemporary evangelicalism...

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Arabic-English Translation and Interpreting MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT, 2 Years part time

This course is ideal both for prospective professional translators and for those wishing to go on to further academic study, and it is internationally well respected for both of those purposes. The course is designed for both native speakers of Arabic, and speakers of English who have near-native...

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Culture & Difference MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT

This MA is concerned with the shaping of identities at borderlines of all kinds. It is interdisciplinary in approach, bringing together colleagues from Modern Languages, Theology, Philosophy, Law, Education, and Anthropology. It explores cultural diversity, and beyond that, the human relationship...

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History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT, 2 Years part time

This one-year programme (two years part-time) is designed to give a deeper understanding of historical, philosophical and cultural issues in science and medicine from antiquity to the present day. Research training includes historical methods, philosophical analysis and socio-cultural models,...

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Philosophy MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT, 2 Years PT

This one-year programme (two years part-time) provides an ideal academic environment for those who would like to study the subject at a higher level in preparation for a PhD or as a basis for future employment. Significant numbers of former students go on to further study. The programme includes...

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Theology and Religion MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT, 2 Years PT

The Department of Theology and Religion offers postgraduate students the opportunity to study in a world-class research centre. A strong team of scholars is engaged here at the forefront of international research, and postgraduate students can both learn from and contribute to this dynamic...

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Biblical Studies MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT

This course focuses on the context and interpretation of biblical and pseudapigraphal texts, along with the study of biblical languages. Durham has a long tradition of outstanding biblical scholarship, providing a wide range of distinctive approaches to biblical studies, including historical,...

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Musicology MA

Study Details: MA 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time

The core of the programme comprises a research methods course designed to prepare students fully for academic research in musicology; a seminar course introducing students to a broad range of themes in contemporary musicology (including ethnomusicology); and a triple-weighted dissertation. The...

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Ethnomusicology MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT, 2 Years PT

This taught Master’s programme combines a comprehensive grounding in ethnomusicological research methods with an opportunity to develop an original ethnographic project from an initial idea to a complete 20,000 word dissertation. Research methods taught include fieldwork, transcription and...

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Composition MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT, 2 Years PT

This programme focuses on composition of contemporary music, advanced compositional skills and techniques (such as rhythmic, harmonic and formal issues, instrumentation, notation, etc.), aesthetics, analysis, socio-cultural relevance and other pertinent topics. A selection of learning contexts...

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Medieval History MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT

Durham has a thriving postgraduate community in medieval, early modern and modern history. Supervision is provided by thirty leading academics, whose expertise stretches across the histories of Britain, Europe, Russia, China, the United States and Africa. We offer intensive tuition at MA...

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Modern History MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT

The MA in Modern History is designed to introduce you to the advanced study of the Modern period. The course explores issues of critical thinking, guided research through seminars and individual sessions, and independent learning. The Modern specialists in the Department offer a wide range of...

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Early Modern History MA

Study Details: MA 1 Year FT

The MA in Early Modern History is designed to introduce you to the advanced study of the Early Modern period. The course explores issues of critical thinking, guided research through seminars and individual sessions, and independent learning. The coverage of subject and area is broad, from Qing...

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