The Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies' Master's program is academically rigourous and enriching. Students complete their ATCJS collaborative program requirements in 1-2 years, depending on the length of their home unit's program. Students find the collaborative experience greatly rewarding; they find inspiration from the diverse perspectives of fellow classmates during discussions and grow with academic guidance given by ATCJS' faculty members. ATCJS also provides resources and funding for students' research pursuits. The sense of community at ATCJS has become a warm memory for many past graduate students.
Find out more about our MA Program requirements and scholarship/award opportunities.