A humanities education may prepare students for such careers as education, law, or civil service by providing a multidisciplinary approach to the study of human culture. Courses can include an examination of history, languages, art, and philosophy.
Distance learning Masters in Humanities
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Train professionals capable of establishing links between technology and the humanities with a critical perspective and human sense; to generate interdisciplinary, responsible ... +
Are you interested in cultural heritage as well as digitalization? Digital humanity is an interdisciplinary field of study that represents a bridge between the arts and humani ... +
The Master's Degree in Education and Digital Resources (Elearning) aims to provide teachers and future teachers with digital skills to integrate Information and Communication ... +
This MEd Digital Pedagogy course is designed to support the professional development of individuals working in education and training at either tertiary or higher education le ... +
We offer a Masters in Humanities (with one 4-day residential each quarter) designed for the challenges of the 21st century in making people creative, more responsive to changi ... +
The MHA (By Research) programme is specifically designed to meet the needs of postgraduate students who intent to specialise in the areas of Humanities and Arts.
The Humanities are the study of the arts (including visual art & music), philosophy, literature, language, classics, religion, and sometimes subjects such as communication ... +
The Master of Arts degree (MA.Soc.Sc) is designed to equip students with ecological knowledge, psychological capacities, and communication skills necessary to effect change in ... +