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Department of Traditions & Cultural History Accepts Applications
Department of Traditions and Cultural History provides insights into historic traditions and cultures of the major ancient and modern civilizations. It equips the learners with an overview on cross-cultural aspect of traditions in humanities.
Subjects: – Traditions and Encounters – Human Thoughts and Culture – Costumes and Ceremonies – Cross – Cultural ArchitectureQualifications: Each subject can be taken as a single module or group of study modules / subjects.
Certificate: will be conferred to those who successfully complete a single module.
Advanced Certificate: will be conferred to those who in addition to completion of a module, they carry
out a research and a short dissertation (5,500 words) on an approved related topic.
Diploma: will be conferred to those who successfully complete four modules and a final dissertation on an approved topic (8,000 words).
Research Based Diploma: will be conferred to those who could successfully carry out an extensive
research and dissertation (17,000 words) on an approved topic by this department. For Further Information & Admission clickHERE
Dr. Kaveh Farrokh is dedicated to the Advancement of Ancient Iranian and Classical Studies. The relationship between ancient Iran and the civilizations of the Greco-Roman world (and its European successors), India, China and the Far East, and the Arabo-Islamic world are a major focus of this website. Civilizations are rarely conceived in a vacuum and are often the result of the synthesis of a number of elements, examples being the Roman Empire, ancient Iran and India.