|The study of religions can be pursued together with cultural and
social anthropology and European ethnology via the
Bachelor of Arts in the Comparative Study of Cultures and
Religions. This degree program offers both an overview of all
three fields, as well as a major in one of the fields that provides the
depth and breadth of knowledge needed to enable a student to pursue a
specialized master’s study in that particular discipline.
The Institute for Comparative Cultural Research, comprised of the Departments of Cultural and Social Anthropology and the Study of Religions, offers two master’s programs: a Master of Arts in Cultural and Social Anthropology and a Master of Arts in the Study of Religions. A third master’s program, the Master of Arts in European Ethnology, is offered by a related institute, the Institute for European Ethnology and the Study of Culture.
For “Study Abroad” opportunities, see here.