Masters Degree Study Departments

Master’s degree in Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies

Learning period: Research track:3 years, non research track:2 years | Registration Status:  open for Fall semester 2020-2021| Department web site

Graduates with a Bachelor’s degree from the Department of Middle Eastern History – with a grade point average of at least 80

Knowledge of literary Arabic, or Persian, or Turkish, and/or of another language, according to the decision of the department’s Committee for Advanced Studies.

For the one-year program, there is no required knowledge of a Middle Eastern language and the minimal grade point average needed is 76

Department requirements specified on the department’s website

Track A: Includes writing a final research paper (thesis).

Track B: Without thesis.

M.A. degree without a thesis in one year (three semesters)

International M.A. – taught in English (opening in 2019-2020)