The Anthropology program of University of Victoria, British Columbia will require a thesis proposal and have it approved by their supervisory committee by September 15 of their second year in the program. The proposal and the thesis are prepared under the direction of the supervisory committee, which normally consists of the supervisor and another member of the Anthropology Department.
The examining committee includes the supervisory committee and an “outside member” from another department or university. Most students require 2 to 2½ years to complete the program.
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- Anthropological Theory
- Anthropological Research Methods
- Coast Salish Culture and Contemporary Life
- Space, Place, Knowledge, and Power
- Anthropology and Photography
- Ecology and Evolution
Students are required to have passed undergraduate courses equivalent to those comprising the Anthropology Major Program (see University of Victoria Undergraduate Calendar). Applicants without this equivalent may be asked to take the appropriate courses to satisfy the Major requirements before admission into the MA program.
In addition to the materials required by the Faculty of Graduate Studies, applicants must submit:
- a brief statement outlining the intended program and field of study and a recent sample of their scholarly work.
- B+ average (6.0 GPA) for the last two years of university work is a minimum requirement for admission to the MA program.
International4974 CAD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 4974 CAD per year and a duration of 24 months.
National3944 CAD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 3944 CAD per year and a duration of 24 months.
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