Master of Arts (MA) in Humanities


  • Are you a deep thinker?
  • Do you know the significance of Adam Smith or Sylvia Plath?
  • Do you enjoy studying socio-political history with a twist of cultural literature?
  • Interested in several humanities-based subjects, but don‘t know which to pick?
  • Want to expand your knowledge from the comfort of your own home?

If the answer is yes, perhaps we have whet your intellectual appetite. Why not try the Warnborough MA in Humanities, and quench your thirst?

The Master of Arts in Humanities is an interdisciplinary degree programme that embraces the disciplines of English (language and literature), philosophy and religious studies, art history, history/political science, psychology, and cultural studies. The goal of this programme is simply to create thinkers.

While pursuing this programme, learners will focus on works by the greatest thinkers and talents in history who have significantly contributed to life and the world as these have and continue to be understood.

An M.A. in Humanities is of great value to individuals who are interested in interdisciplinary approaches, who are, or plan to become, educators, and/or to individuals interested in eventually pursuing doctoral programmes in any of the Humanities. As an interdisciplinary course, the MA in humanities can be useful to a whole host of professions including, but not limited to: teaching (most likely at the college level), course development and curricula design, research, civil service, local government, charities, information technology, solicitor’s firms, publishing and journalism.

However, if you have a genuine interest in anything from current affairs to literary analysis this could be the perfect MA for you!