This program focuses on the Canadian heritage in the visual arts, including works of art made by Canadians as well as works that have been brought to Canada and remain here on a permanent basis.
We offer a range of courses, placement and visual resources.
Part-time students, especially those with experience in the discipline, are encouraged to apply. Where possible, students should be prepared to devote themselves to full-time study at least during their first year in the graduate program.
Stream and Specializations
Choose to study a diverse range of subjects including art and architecture history, critical theory and writing, curatorial studies in visual culture, and gallery and museum practices.
We offer a one-year diploma in Curatorial Studies. Students may also earn a joint MA/MBA degree in the cultural policy field.
- Major research paper
- OR Thesis
|Minimum TOEFL (Paper-based)||600|
|Minimum TOEFL (Internet-based)||100|
|IELTS (Academic Module)||7.5|
|YUELI||Academic Program Level 9 with Distinction|
|YUELI Graduate Studies Preparation Program (GSPP)||Graduate with distinction|
|MELAB||Overall score of 85, no component score less than 80|
|CAEL||Overall score of 70, no component score less than 60|
|Minimum CPE Score||C|
|Minimum CAE Score||B|
Additional Admission Requirements
Number of Recommendation(s)
- 3 recommendation(s)
- Statement of interest
- Sample of written work (max. 3,800 words)