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Thinking about Graduate School?
November 16, 2021 at 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Join us for a virtual information session to learn more about the Masters of Fine Arts, Masters of Arts in English, and Digital Arts & Humanities theme in the Interdisciplinary Grad Studies program.
The graduate programs in Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies build on the skills and knowledge of faculty members who will challenge you to explore critical and creative approaches to contemporary cultural issues.
Our graduate program coordinators will give advice on the application process, funding opportunities and research pathways.
Masters of Fine Arts | Program Coordinator: Renay Egami
Students will gain exposure to advance concepts in contemporary art while working in a mutually supportive and critical studio-and-production environment. The MFA program offers three areas of specialisation, Creative Writing, Interdisciplinary Studies, and Visual Arts.
Masters of Arts in English | Program Coordinator: Jodey Castricano
Literature has an important role to play in articulating peoples relationships with places and environments. The MA in English program emphasizes a theme of place and its importance to culture and literature in both present and historical perspective.
Digital Arts & Humanities theme, IGS | Theme Coordinator: Aleksandra Dulic
Research undertaken in this graduate program brings together the Humanities, aspects of the Social Sciences, and the Creative Arts. It employs computing technologies and makerspace methods to address such topics as social justice, access, sustainability, heritage, ethics, labour, ecology, creativity, curation, collaboration, interaction, making, pedagogy, and reading, while posing vital questions about computing technologies themselves.
Application Info Session
Join a virtual info session on how to prepare your application for UBCO – the Admissions and Records team will break down the graduate school application process at UBC Okanagan, including admission requirements and key application elements.