Collaborative M.A. with a Specialization in Latin American and Caribbean Studies
This program gives students an opportunity to be part of an intellectual community that is excited about an interdisciplinary approach to the study of Latin America and the Caribbean. The faculty members affiliated with the program are committed researchers and educators who will guide students through their program and introduce them to innovative methodological and theoretical approaches relevant to the study of the region.
As this program is based in Ottawa, it gives students a unique opportunity to capitalize on the presence of diplomatic and non-governmental institutions in the nation’s capital. Students will also have access to the long established working relationships that faculty have cultivated in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Degree: MA with a specialization in LACS
Length: 1- 2 years
Entry Term: Fall
Fall Application Deadline: Varies by program
Contact: Dr. Audra Diptée
Pathway Options: Thesis, Research, Coursework-only
Students in the Collaborative LACS MA will hone research skills and develop critical abilities that position them for employment in public service, the non-governmental sector, business, or to further their academic pursuits.
The following programs participate in the collaborative master’s in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. Students enrolled in these programs are welcome to submit an application.
- International Affairs (NPSIA)
- Political Economy
- Political Science
- Women’s and Gender Studies
Application Information is available here.