All Special Purpose English University preparation with a focus on writing, listening and reading skills. Introduction to academic vocabulary and rhetoric while developing critical thinking skills. Students further develop their abilities to collect and synthesize information from a variety of academic sources; analyze and critique materials; and present their ideas in a variety of media in accordance with the academic standards found at the first-year university level.
Master of Arts M. Gender and Women's Studies 45 credits The graduate option in Gender and Women's Studies GWS provides graduate students obtaining degrees in a variety of participating departments and faculties with a cross-disciplinary specialization in feminist, women's, and gender studies.
The option was developed by the Women's Studies program in response to needs expressed by the Graduate Group for Feminist Scholarship GGFS and to the range of inquiries the Women's Studies program regularly receives from potential students interested in graduate-level work with a feminist focus at McGill University.
There are no prerequisites to enter into the option. Doctor of Philosophy Ph.
Communication Studies The Ph. Doctoral students pursue coursework, submit a comprehensive exam and thesis proposal, with the goal of writing a dissertation that makes an original contribution to knowledge in Communication Studies.
Gender and Women's Studies The graduate option in Gender and Women's Studies GWS provides graduate students obtaining degrees in a variety of participating departments and faculties with a cross-disciplinary specialization in feminist, women's, and gender studies.
An honours bachelor's degree or equivalent is preferred for applicants to the M. In any case, the transcript must show breadth or depth in related areas of study.
Applicants to the Ph. Admission will be based on academic achievement and evidence of talent and strong motivation in Communication Studies. Applications will be considered until the deadline of January Additional Requirements The items and clarifications below are additional requirements set by this department: Research Proposal — at least words Written Work — two examples of academic writing Application Dates and Deadlines Application opening dates are set by Enrolment Services in consultation with Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies GPSwhile application deadlines are set by the Department of Art History and Communication Studies and may be revised at any time.
Applicants must verify all deadlines and documentation requirements well in advance on the appropriate McGill departmental website; please consult the list at www.The Canadian Studies Program is supported by the and faculty who are conducting research in or about Canada and administers the annual Challener Senior Thesis Prize.
We also support the Canadian Club, a University-recognized student organization that hosts social and cultural events for students, faculty, and alumni. Graduate Studies Welcome to Graduate Studies at The University of Winnipeg, a student-centered research institution.
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