The University offers Master’s degrees in three schools presently -
The School of Historical Studies,
The School of Ecology and Environment Studies,
and the School of Buddhist Studies, Philosophy and Comparative Religions.
Masters Programme in the School of Historical Studies
The School offers an M.A degree that focuses on global and comparative history. It also offers internationally competitive programs in Asian and world history, Students in the School of Historical Studies will gain an incisive understanding of comparative and trans-regional history. They will also acquire knowledge of global history through a rigorous engagement in methodological and theoretical perspectives critical for multidisciplinary historical research.Click here to know more ...
Masters Programmes in the School of Ecology and Environment Studies
The School offers two-year MA and MSc degrees based on the student’s undergraduate degree. The course is designed for students coming from disparate backgrounds in social science, humanities, engineering, and natural sciences. They are required to complete a thesis at the end of the second year to obtain the degree. Students are required to be in residence at Rajgir for the duration of their Master’s Degree.Click here to know more ...
Masters Programme in the School of Buddhist Studies, Philosophy and Comparative Religions
The School will offer an M.A. Degree that focuses on academic studies of Buddhist and other religious traditions with a scholastic rigour. The School will look at Buddhist traditions in their wider socio-historical- cultural contexts. Apart from giving emphasis in Buddhism the School focuses on broad aspects like: Methodology and theory which establishes Religious Studies as discipline in it’s in own right.Click here to know more ...
A “live-laboratory” for research and innovation the University will co-create knowledge to benefit local communities
Programmes designed to Encourage Experiential learning and promote Original Research
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