|Faculty:||School of Graduate Studies
|Description:||Pursuing graduate studies in WGST offers numerous benefits including inter-disciplinary course work; small class sizes; a cohort made up of both MA and PhD students; teaching & research assistantships; extensive professional development opportunities (offered through the CSPT program as well as the School of Graduate Studies and the Graduate Studies Association); networking opportunities; office space; pre-existing scholarly and volunteer networking opportunities with regional and local community organizations such as the YWCA, WomanSpace, OutReach Southern Alberta, Immigrant and Family Services Lethbridge, the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, the Kainai Public Library, and the Galt Museum & Archives; and opportunities to learn from nationally and internationally renowned scholars regularly hosted by the Women’s Scholars Speakers Series and aforementioned research institutes.
Given this, graduate students are provided opportunities to develop skills in a number of areas such as diverse research methodologies (archival, discourse analysis, interviewing), public speaking, and grant writing (for students who apply for SSHRC, Parkland or other external scholarships).
|Cost per year:*||
This cost estimate is for Year 1 of the program.