MDes Student Handbook
|PDF Version||PDF Version||PDF Version|
|MDes Path to Completion||MDes Path to Completion||MDes Path to Completion|
|Accelerated Pathway Information and Application|
|MDes Thesis Supervisor Form||September 30, 2022 (supervisor only)|
|December 23, 2022 (co-supervisor)|
|Milestone 1 (Word) or (PDF)||December 23, 2022|
|Milestone 2 (Word) or (PDF)||April 30, 2023|
|Milestone 3 (Word) or (PDF)||September 30, 2022 (students who started Fall 2021)|
|September 30, 2023 (students who started Fall 2022)|
|MDes Thesis Template|
*Due Date (for full-time students who started Fall 2022)
The Faculty of Graduate and Postgraduate Affairs (FGPA) offers various types of writing support open to graduate students across campus – https://carleton.ca/gradpd/writing-support/.
There is a new pilot program being offered this term called Academic Writing for English Language Learners. Students can register for selected sessions that have a specific focus on grammar for academic writing, writing structure, academic vocabulary or syntax. The one-hour sessions take place Fridays at 10 a.m. and will be hosted via MS Teams. Please visit our website for more information or send us an email at email@example.com.
Graduate Professional Development:
As a graduate student at Carleton, you have access to a variety of professional development resources. These include skill workshops, one-on-one career and writing consultations, career-oriented events, and even structured programs. Challenge yourself by acquiring new skills that can help you boost your employability. To learn more, visit the Graduate Professional Development website at carleton.ca/gradpd.
Trajectories: Professional Development Certificates
Trajectories is a new professional development program for graduate students that allows you to develop transferable skills and earn non-credit certificates. There are currently three certificates available:
- Professional Writing
- Communications & Engagement
- Research Management
Information and registration: https://carleton.ca/gradpd/trajectories/
If you have any questions, contact Karim Abuawad (firstname.lastname@example.org) or David Lafferty (email@example.com).