Religious Studies with Language // Master of Arts
Religious Studies student
The Naropa University master's degree in Religious Studies with Language gives you the enhanced option of adding the two-year study of Sanskrit and/or Tibetan to your graduate program.
Naropa is currently enrolling students in the MA Religious Studies with Language program, with classes starting as soon as Spring Semester 2016.
Offering the same concentrations as the Religious Studies MA—Contemplative Religions and Indo-Tibetan Buddhism—the Religious Studies with Language masters allows you to finish your degree in two years (though many students opt to take three) while providing you with the chance to learn Sanskrit—the language of Buddhism and yoga—and Tibetan, which opens the remarkable world of Buddhist literature and teachings.
Choosing to study Sanskrit, Tibetan, or both is a compelling choice if you are interested in pursuing doctoral studies or research in a field where these languages can inform your work.
Duration: The Religious Studies with Language program is a 61-credit, two-to-three-year program.