These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
To be eligible for MA, students must hold a Bachelor's degree with a major in Criminology or equivalent with a minimum average of 70% (B). To be accepted in the Collaborative program in women's studies at the master's level, applicants must first be accepted to the master's program in a participating program. Successful applicants will normally hold an honours degree or the equivalent and have a minimum average of 70 per cent (B). They must also have a background in women's studies, that is, a minimum of two undergraduate level courses or one graduate level course on women, gender, feminism or sexualities. Students who do not have an adequate background may be eligible to our Special Policy for Admissions.
Applications for admission to the Collaborative program in women's studies at the master's level are submitted at the same time as the application for admission to the Master's program of the relevant discipline. Only one application for admission is required for the collaborative Master’s program. In exceptional cases, students could commence their specialization in women's studies in their second session of their primary program. The letter of intention submitted with the application should include a clear account of the “women’s studies” dimension in the proposed topic of research.