Master of Arts in
Comparative Humanities
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Generous Scholarships & Financial Aid

Most Brandeis Master's in Humanities students receive a minimum 25% scholarship, plus additional financial aid funding.

Our Unique Curriculum

With a faculty mentor, customize your graduate program with interdisciplinary humanities coursework in 30 subjects, including the arts, music, areas of cultural study (such as African, Asian, European, Latin American, & more), plus anthropology, history, classics, literature, philosophy, women's & gender studies, and more.

We'll pay your application fee!

Learn more about how the Brandeis Master's degree in Comparative Humanities can be used as a stepping stone to a Ph.D. program, to advance your career, or to enhance a teaching credential...
and we'll pay your application fee!

Brandeis University's Master of Arts in Comparative Humanities

Flexible, interdisciplinary curriculum.
Study what you love.

Our Comparative Humanities Master's program offers cross-disciplinary study of the liberal arts that encompasses language, literature, culture, and more. Customize your own humanities curriculum to get the most from your graduate education.

  • Just outside of Boston
  • One-year program
  • 30 program areas in the humanities with potential connections to the sciences and many other fields;
  • Individualized faculty mentorship helps you build a curriculum that bridges disciplines and cultures and is customized to your interests.