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Comparative Aesthetics and the Arts Pro Plus

The MA Comparative Aesthetics and the Arts gives you an excellent entry into the multidisciplinary field of aesthetics across different cultural contexts East and West. It advances your career prospects in a broad range of professions related to culture and the arts. You will develop your analytical and professional skills and get together with likeminded students of different related backgrounds. The course has been designed, with the help of academics and professionals in the arts, humanities and social sciences, to enable you to deal with a broad range of aesthetic concepts and models across different disciplines at postgraduate level. During your studies, you will learn to integrate aesthetic theory from different disciplines with your own interests and with practice-led concerns. The course culminates in your own research project, about which you will complete a minor dissertation under the supervision of an international expert in the relevant area of aesthetics. ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Comparative Aesthetics and the Arts

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Religion - Contemporary Religions Pro Plus

This innovative and distinctive MA course is unique in Ireland. It is designed for Irish and international students. Modules are taught in the evening (6-9pm). The Study of Religions Department at UCC offers an entirely non-confessional, academic approach to the study of religions, welcoming students interested cultural diversity and questions related to religions in the contemporary world.  The MA in Contemporary Religions has a global perspective anchored in local contexts. Teaching staff are expert in contemporary Indian religions and cultures, contemporary Islam, Christianities in the modern world and East Asian religions, in critical theories and approaches, anthropology of religion and in fieldwork research methodology.As part of the course you’ll conduct original fieldwork-based research in Ireland or abroad. The Dissertation in Contemporary Religions gives you the opportunity to research an area of your own choice in the wide field of contemporary religions. ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Religion - Contemporary Religions

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Comparative Aesthetics and the Arts Pro Plus

The Postgraduate Diploma of Comparative Aesthetics and the Arts gives you an excellent entry into the multi-disciplinary field of aesthetics across different cultural contexts east and west. It advances your career prospects in a broad range of professions related to culture and the arts. You will develop your analytical and professional skills and get together with likeminded students of different related backgrounds. Upon successful completion, you have the opportunity to transfer into the MA Comparative Aesthetics if you wish. The course has been designed, with the help of academics and professionals in the arts, humanities and social sciences, to familiarise you with a broad range of aesthetic concepts and models across a range of different disciplines at postgraduate level. It offers you an alternative award for successful completion of the coursework only for the MA in Comparative Aesthetics and the Arts without requiring submission of the minor thesis.  ... (Training Available by University College Cork) Comparative Aesthetics and the Arts

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PhD Religion & Society FT Pro Plus

This programme is dedicated to the historical study of religion and its adaptation to a variety of societies(Training Available by University College Dublin) PhD Religion & Society FT

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European and Comparative Law MA f/t & p/t Pro

The primary objective of the programme is to equip students with the knowledge and skills to research, interpret and apply the law applicable to any given situation from both a common law and civil law perspective, and to appreciate the comparative similarities and differences between them. The programme also aims to impart a sound knowledge of the law and legal systems of: Ireland, Britain, France, Germany, the European Union, the USA and Canada. ... (Training Available by University of Limerick) European and Comparative Law MA f/t & p/t

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Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies MA f/t & p/t Pro

To broaden and deepen students' knowledge of world literatures and cultural practices and their cultural, political and historical contexts(Training Available by University of Limerick) Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies MA f/t & p/t

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Theology and Religion PhD/MPhil (Asian Religion specialism)

Research interests of staff The Department of Theology and Religion has an outstanding international reputation in the study of all types of religion in the contemporary World, including inter-cultural theology, textual studies, pentecostal and charismatic studies, inter-religious relations, Islamic studies, and Quaker studies. Students from more than 20 countries study here, and most of the academic staff who work here are recognised leaders in their disciplines. The Department came near the top in recent national Research Assessment Exercises and also in national teaching assessments. Whatever your interests in religion and theology, it is likely that we share them amidst a diverse and friendly staff-student community. Related links Department of Theology and Religion website: www.ptr.bham.ac.uk/theology |Postgraduate study in Theology and Religion: www.ptr.bham.ac.uk/postgraduate/pgtheology.shtml |Research interests of staffChristianity and Asian religions Contact: Dr David C ... (Training Available by University of Birmingham) Theology and Religion PhD/MPhil (Asian Religion specialism)

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Theology and Religion PhD/MPhil (Philosophy of Religion specialism)

The Department of Theology and Religion has an outstanding international reputation in the study of all types of religion in the contemporary world, including inter-cultural theology, textual studies, pentecostal and charismatic studies, inter-religious relations, Islamic studies, and Quaker studies. Students from more than 20 countries study here, and most of the academic staff who work here are recognised leaders in their disciplines. The department came near the top in recent national Research Assessment Exercises and also in national teaching assessments. Whatever your interests in religion and theology, it is likely that we share them amidst a diverse and friendly staff-student community. We are home to the Graduate Institute for Theology and Religion, which combines internationally established strength in teaching and research with initiatives in new fields of study: it provides a context that supports and encourages multidisciplinary research, and variety and depth of postgr ... (Training Available by University of Birmingham) Theology and Religion PhD/MPhil (Philosophy of Religion specialism)

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Certificate?of Sexuality and Religion (CSR)

Many communities are in crisis today over issues of sexuality. In these painful debates, religion and the interpretation of religious texts and practices often play a defining role in the status and treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) people in religious congregations and the broader society.More than ever, strong leaders are needed to provide compassionate and informed guidance on these issues in religious communities and institutions, professional societies, advocacy organizations, and legal and legislative bodies.PSR's Certificate in Sexuality and Religion (CSR) is designed to develop and nurture such leadership by providing a unique program focusing on the theological, historical, ethical, pastoral, and practical dimensions of sexuality, sexual orientation, and gender identity.The CSR is a professional development certificate providing specialized training in sexuality, sexual orientation, gender identity, and religion. It is designed for participants from ... (Training Available by Pacific School of Religion) Certificate?of Sexuality and Religion (CSR)

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Comparative Literature

This course is designed to provide an understanding of Comparative Literature as a subject of study and a critical practice. The core modules provide the theoretical and methodological basis for comparing texts of various genres and artefacts of different media at an advanced level. Optional modules enable the further development of these competencies and offer opportunities to develop and apply this knowledge and these skills to a range of primary texts from a wide range of languages, cultures, epochs and other contexts. ... (Training Available by Trinity College Dublin) Comparative Literature

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Science and Religion

Science and ReligionApply for this DegreeMSc (2 years part-time) Science and ReligionSeptember 2011September 2012MSc (1 year full-time) Science and ReligionSeptember 2012Find out more Science and Religion School of Divinity College of Humanities and Social Science Fees & costsFees: www.registry.ed.ac.uk Contact informationPostgraduate Admissions Tel: +44 (0)131 650 8952 Email: K.Mclean@ed.ac.uk Professor Michael Northcott (Programme Director) Tel: +44 (0)131 650 7994 Email: M.Northcott@ed.ac.uk Address:School of Divinity New College Mound Place Edinburgh EH1 2LXEntry RequirementsA UK 2:1 honours degree, or its equivalent if outside the UK, or 3.5+ GPA, in Theology/Religion, or in a Natural or Human Science when there is evidence that the student can move successfully to postgraduate-level study in Theology/Religion.International students Information by country English language requirements ProgrammeThis programme is intended for students who wish to engage in the advanced interd ... (Training Available by Moray House School of Education) Science and Religion

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Religion, Study of

About the Major The UCLA major in the Study of Religion is designed to give students a broad humanistic perspective. It introduces students to several religious traditions and thus to an appreciation of the very nucleus of civilization in various periods of history and various parts of the world, as well as to an understanding of fundamental human orientations. The program also provides opportunity to study one or more particular religious traditions in greater depth. Cohesion and integrity in the program are furthered by courses dealing with philosophical problems in religion, sociological analysis, and general anthropological theories and reflections. ... (Training Available by University of California-Los Angeles) Religion, Study of

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Comparative Literature

Comparative LiteratureComparative literature at SDSU offers students the opportunity to study a broad range of literature from various cultures around the world. Courses are offered in European literature from ancient to contemporary times; in the literature of Asia, Africa, and Latin America; in folk literature, legend, fantasy and science fiction; in literary theory; and in special topics, such as literature and existentialism, Japanese literature and film, and rock poetry. All reading is done in English translation. Majors who plan to do graduate work in comparative literature are required to complete additional courses in a foreign language literature taught in the original language. Other majors, including those pursuing a teaching credential, are not subject to this requirement.Traditionally, comparative study has been based on literary movements, periods, and lines of influence, as well as on genres, themes, myths, and legends. In recent years, comparative literature has come to ... (Training Available by San Diego State University) Comparative Literature

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Religion & Belief

Background: Since the Employment Equality (Religion or Belief) Regulations of 2003, it has been illegal to discriminate against an employee on the grounds of religious belief but there is a often a complacency amongst organisations regarding their obligations in this matter.In 2007, there were more than 600 tribunals where religious belief discrimination was cited, with some awards up to 125,000.How aware is your organisation of its responsibilities?Do you comply with legislation or are you exposed to potential litigation?Overview:This interactive and thought provoking course will allow delegates to have increased awareness and understanding of the faiths and religions found in our diverse society. It will allow discussion on the effect of legislation on your organisation and to appreciate the importance of ensuring people of faith or religion face no discrimination as a result of misunderstanding.This course provides the opportunity to hear from Community Representatives and their pe ... (Training Available by ioda Ltd.) Religion & Belief

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Religion

Major Requirements |Program Fact Sheet (pdf)|Career Possibilities|Apply Now Dominican�€™s program in Religion has a double focus: the Biblical roots and theological development of Christianity, and the cross-cultural study of other world religions such as Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, and the religions of Native Americans. We study the history, philosophy, and psychology of all these traditions.The Religion faculty wants students to understand the nature and significance of humanity�€™s quest for meaning through a global study of religious ideas and practices. We also want to help students learn how to read serious literature for comprehension and insight, to write with clarity and style, to speak well, and to think analytically and critically so that they are able to make wise choices and judgments in all areas of their lives.Diversity of Faculty and PerspectivesSituated in a rich and diverse religious region, faculty members take studen ... (Training Available by Dominican University of California) Religion

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Religion and the Sciences, MA

Religion and the Sciences, MA(Training Available by Loma Linda University) Religion and the Sciences, MA

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Religion & Belief

Religion and Belief The Religion & Belief training session provides valuable help and practical support for those wishing to develop greater awareness of religious diversity issues – particularly in the context of the Equality Act 2010 and the Employment Equality (Religion & Belief) Regulations 2003. Objective At the end of this training delegates will be able to: • Identify the main provisions of the Employment Equality (Religion or Belief) Regulations 2003 • Understand the legal obligations of both employer and staff regarding religion and belief at work • Identify the beliefs of the eight largest religious groups in the UK • Understand the different types of adjustments that can be made to accommodate people’s religion and beliefs in the workplace • Review current policies and practices to ensure compliance • Identify behaviour that not only complies with the law but also builds a supportive and inclusive culture Who is it for ... (Training Available by Sangam Solutions) Religion & Belief

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Religion and Belief

Course OverviewThe UK has a greater religious diversity than any other country in the European Union and since December 2003, all employers have been governed by regulations that outlaw discrimination on the grounds of religious belief. But research suggests that many businesses remain complacent about their responsibilities. In 2007, tribunals heard more than 600 complaints of religious belief discrimination [1], with compensation awards in successful cases as high as £125,000 [2].This course will help to ensure businesses understand and comply with religious belief legislation and gives practical advice on how religious beliefs can be successfully accommodated in the workplace.[1] Personnel Today, July 2008 [2] TUC Sexual Orientation and Religion / Belief Discrimination: Three Years On, July 2007Course FeaturesProduced in association with FaithWise, a leading consultant to the government and the private sector on faith issues, Religion and Belief will help you to respect and ac ... (Training Available by Skills for Enterprise Ltd) Religion and Belief

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Comparative Literature

About the Major Comparative literature at UCLA focuses on those elements which define literature in general, such as genre, period, theme, language, and theory. Courses are designed to provide students with a historical understanding of the concepts of genre and period by studying specific genres and periods or literary movements. Paradigmatic or thematic courses offer another way of examining literature synchronically or diachronically regardless of language boundaries. ... (Training Available by University of California-Los Angeles) Comparative Literature

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Comparative Law

DescriptionThe course will consist of a general introduction to the subject of comparative law and will provide a framework for the study of different substantive topics in the civil law system and the common law system. Latin American laws and institutions and particularly Argentina will be given special attention. ... (Training Available by Southwestern Law School) Comparative Law

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