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Hellenic Studies
MA
Master of Arts
The program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the culture, arts, history and politics of Hellenism
Hellenic Studies at EUC
The MA in Hellenic Studies at EUC offers three areas of specialization: History, Archaeology/Art and Education/Cultural Heritage and provides students with a comprehensive study of the political, cultural, economic and social activity of the Greeks from antiquity to the present. Inter-disciplinary in nature, the program equips students with the unique opportunity to acquire specialized knowledge of the Greek past and present and appreciate the importance of studying, perpetuating and promoting this valuable inheritance.

Program Summary

Languages:English | Greek
Duration:18 months
Mode of Study:Online
ECTS:90

Our graduates work in:

  • Cultural Institutions (Museums, Libraries and Institutes)
  • Public Administration
  • Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
  • Tourism Authorities/Organizations
  • Political, Diplomatic or Research Organizations

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Admission Process

Our dedicated Admissions Team will guide you every step of the way by answering  all of your questions, helping you choose a program of study and starting your  EUC experience with a virtual or actual campus tour.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Our Scholarship and Financial Aid program aims to provide prospective and enrolled students with information and resources to financially support your  educational goals.  This takes the form of academic scholarships, athletics scholarships and family/need-based financial aid.

Student Housing

Our student accommodation units are located only minutes from campus and are designed to offer students high quality living spaces in elegant studios and one-bedroom flats supported by great social spaces, in-house gym, laundry rooms and 24–hour security service.

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Degree RequirementsCreditsECTS
2
Compulsory courses930
3
Elective Specialization Courses1240
4
Master Thesis920
5
Total Requirements3090

Master – Online – Hellenic Studies

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Compulsory courses9 Credits30 ECTS
2
CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
3
HES610Research Methods in History310
4
HES611Research Methods in Archaeology and Art310
5
HES612Fundamental Issues in Cultural Management310
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Elective Specialization Courses12 Credits40 ECTS
2
The student chooses one of the following specializations:
1. History
2. Archaeology & Art
3. Education and Heritage Management
3
History1240
4
The student chooses four of the following courses:
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CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
6
HES620Themes of Ancient Greek History310
7
HES621Themes of Byzantine History310
8
HES622Byzantine and Latin States after the Fall of Constantinople in1204 AD310
9
HES623
Greece and Europe from the 19th to the 21st century: Political, Diplomatic and Economic Relations
310
10
HES624Greece and Cyprus in the post-war World, 1945-1991310
11
HES625Special Issues in Hellenic Studies: History310
12
Archaeology and Art1240
13
The student chooses four of the following courses:
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CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
15
HES626Archaeological Theory and Method310
16
HES627Art and Architecture of the Classical and Hellenistic World310
17
HES628Archaeology and Art of Byzantine and Medieval Cyprus310
18
HES629Architecture and Painting in the age of the Palaiologoi310
19
HES630
The Greek World and the Dilemmas of Modernity, 1821-1991: Political, Cultural and Intellectual Perspectives
310
20
HES631Special Issues in Hellenic Studies: Archaeology and Art310
21
Education and Heritage Management1240
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The student chooses four of the following courses:
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CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
24
HES632Challenges of Educational Theory and Practice310
25
HES633Museum Education310
26
HES634
Museums, Monuments and the Tourism Industry: Protection, Perceptions and Promotion of the Hellenic past today
310
27
HES635The Hellenic Past and Present in the Media310
28
HES636The Hellenic Culture in World Educational Curricula310
29
HES637Special Issues in Hellenic Studies (Education and Cultural management310
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Master Thesis9 Credits20 ECTS
2
CodeCourse TitleCreditsECTS
3
HES690Master Thesis920
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