Advanced Certificate Programs and Specializations at the Department of History
In addition to the MA programs, The Department of History offers non-degree advanced certificate programs and specializations for its students. These programs and specializations allow students to focus on cutting-edge themes making it easier to take relevant courses offered by departments other than that of their degree program.
These non-degree advanced certificate programs and specializations are available for enrolled students in addition to their degrees and the credit requirements can be included into the total of their degree requirements.
Some of these programs, like Religious Studies Program and Jewish Studies, also offer scholarship packages. See information below and contact the program coordinator for more information.
Prospective students who wish to participate in a specialization can indicate their interest in their application to the relevant department or even after students have already enrolled in a program, it is still possible to register for a specialization.
For further details on the specializations and participating departments, please consult the links provided below.
(Departments of History, Medieval Studies)
(Departments of Gender Studies, History, International Relations, Medieval Studies, Political Science, Philosophy)
(Dperatments of History, Medieval Studies, Nationalism Studies Program, Philosophy, Political Science, School of Public Policy)
(Departments of Gender Studies, History, Philosophy, Sociology and Social Anthropology)
(Departments of History, Legal Studies)
(Cultural Heritage Program, Departments of History, Medieval Studies, Nationalism Studies Program)
Each year, Specialization in Jewish Studies offers a limited number of Jewish Studies fellowships (tuition waiver, living stipend) to students admitted to the 1-year and 2-year MA programs. These students are also eligible for Jewish Studies research and travel grants.