Programs of Study (Graduate)

Graduate Programs

Study Type

Entry Term

Campus

Graduate Program

Business Administration

Master of Business Administration (MBA), Part-time MBA, Accelerated MBA, International MBA, MBA India, MBA/Juris Doctor, MBA/MFA/MA, Kellogg-Schulich Executive MBA, PhD delivered by Schulich School of Business

Ranked among the top 25 MBA programs globally and #1 in Canada. 18 areas of specialization, 3 campuses and scheduling flexibility. Relevant, real-world, pioneering programs give access to global business networks. Specializations of note: Financial Services; Arts, Media & Entertainment Management; Health Industry Management; Business & Sustainability; Global Retail Management; Global Metals and Minerals Management; Digital Transformation; Leading EDI.

Graduate Program

Accounting

Master of Accounting (MAcc)

Benefit from a unique master’s program accredited by both the Chartered Professionals Accountants (CPA) of Ontario and the global Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) — designed for graduates of liberal arts, science and business programs. With a focus on case-based integrated learning, the Schulich MAcc prepares its graduates for the complex field of accounting.

Graduate Diploma

Accounting (Professional Accounting)

Delivered by Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies

Graduate Diploma

Advanced Accounting

Delivered by Schulich School of Business

Graduate Diploma

Advanced Hebrew & Jewish Studies

Graduate Program

Anthropology, Social

MA, PhD

One of Canada’s most dynamic programs in sociocultural anthropology, integrating innovative research and theory with a commitment to social and economic justice. 4 interconnected focus areas: 1) Health, Illness & the Body; 2) Knowledge Systems; 3) Power, Politics & Development; and 4) Representation, Identity & Performance.

Graduate Program

Art History & Visual Culture

MA, PhD

Building on exceptional opportunities in research, teaching and professional development, students may incorporate research on non-Western topics, minority cultural practices and interdisciplinary approaches to art & architectural history; critical theory & writing; curatorial studies in visual culture; gallery & museum practices. 4 specializations: Canadian & Aboriginal Art; Curatorial & Museological Studies; Architectural Studies; Modern & Contemporary Art.

Graduate Program

Artificial Intelligence Management

Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence (MMAI) delivered by Schulich School of Business

The 12-month full-time Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence (MMAI) is designed to meet the growing need for talented professionals with the skills and advanced applied knowledge to develop, evaluate, refine and implement AI-related applications and technologies.

Graduate Diploma

Arts, Media & Entertainment Management

Delivered by Schulich School of Business

Graduate Diploma

Asian Studies

Graduate Program

Biology

MSc, PhD

Cutting-edge, hands-on research advancing the current frontiers of knowledge guided by award-winning and internationally recognized faculty. Program includes training in professional development such as experimental design, scientific writing, statistical analyses and public speaking. 3 specializations: Cell & Molecular Biology; Animal & Plant Physiology; Ecology & Evolution. For part-time study, contact the program directly.

Graduate Program

Business Analytics

Master of Business Analytics (MBAN) delivered by Schulich School of Business

This one-year, full-time Schulich program is designed to give you the tools and techniques to become an expert in this evolving, high-demand field. In just 12 months of intensive study, you’ll master the quantitative and technical expertise needed for a rewarding career. All Schulich MBAN students are awarded the much coveted SAS™ (Statistical Analysis Software) certification on completion of the program.

Graduate Diploma

Business and the Environment

Graduate Program

Chemistry

MSc, PhD

Wide range of study and research with internationally renowned faculty in state-of-the-art facilities covering all major sub-disciplines with eight specializations: Analytical Chemistry (including mass spectrometry); Atmospheric Chemistry; Biological Chemistry; Inorganic Chemistry; Materials Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Physical and Theoretical Chemistry

Graduate Program

Cinema & Media Studies

MA, PhD

A broadly humanities-based, interdisciplinary program within Canada’s largest Film Department in which students acquire a comprehensive knowledge of cinema and media through theoretical, historical and critical frameworks. 3 specializations: Cinema & Cultural Theory; National & Transnational Cinemas; Cinema & Technologies of the Image. Combined MA/MBA also available. go.yorku.ca/mba-ma

Graduate Program

Civil Engineering

Master of Applied Science (MASc), PhD

An emerging department committed to sustainable, resilient infrastructure. The perfect place to take on the challenges of today with solutions for tomorrow. The program covers three research theme areas: Sustainable Development; Designing for Climate Change; and Infrastructure and Resilience.

Graduate Program

Communication & Culture

MA, PhD

Joint program between York and Ryerson Universities. Faculty with expertise in communications, the social sciences, the humanities, media, and the fine arts examine and provide real-world experience on the social, political and economic aspects of global phenomena from deregulation to issues of privacy and security. Specializations include: Communication & Cultural Theory; Cultural Policy & Law; Cultural & Media History; Telecommunications Policy & Strategy; Technology Studies.

Graduate Diploma

Comparative Literature

Graduate Program

Conference Interpreting

Master of Conference Interpreting (MCI)

A program seeking to prepare a fresh generation of skilled and knowledgeable professionals for a rewarding career in a dynamic, fast-paced field. The focus is on Canada’s official languages, English and French, but students can train in other language pairs as well, e.g. English/Spanish; English/Portuguese; English/Mandarin.

Graduate Program

Critical Disability Studies

MA, PhD

A research-intensive program that engages students in diverse theoretical and methodological conversations on current and historical questions of critical theory, social policy, human rights and social justice.

These conceptual tools facilitate an ongoing analysis of the lives and conditions of people living with disabilities and difference today and in the past, globally and locally.

Graduate Diploma

Culture, Communication & Leadership in Canadian Business

Delivered by Schulich School of Business

Graduate Diploma

Curatorial Studies in Visual Culture

Graduate Program

Dance

MFA, MA

The MA program fosters an understanding of dance in its cultural, intellectual and social contexts through combined theoretical and practical approaches. The MFA in Dance Program: Choreography | Collaboration | Creation, offers an intensive student-centered experience, providing you with the theoretical and technical knowledge needed to create multi-disciplinary dance-centered performance/art.

Combined MA/MBA and MFA/MBA also available. go.yorku.ca/mba-mfa

Graduate Program

Dance Studies

PhD

The only PhD in Dance Studies in Canada. The program encourages students to pursue dance research in the country’s oldest and largest university Dance program in preparation for careers in academia or the cultural sector.

Graduate Diploma

Democratic Administration

Graduate Program

Design

MDes, MA

A practice-based, intellectually rigorous and experimental program investigating the cultural, social, cognitive and technological dimensions of visual communication design.

Graduate Program

Development Studies

MA

Program offers students a full range of conceptual and methodological tools necessary for a deeper comprehension of the current issues and challenges of sustainable human development in a globalizing world. A variety of international internships and volunteer opportunities, as well as the program’s required fieldwork component, provide realworld experience.

Graduate Program

Digital Media

MA, MSc, PhD

An interdisciplinary program that uniquely combines computational science and artistic practice. Students will explore, develop, and critically engage with novel forms of digital media, with a primary focus on either the artistic or technological aspects of these studies.

Graduate Program

Disaster & Emergency Management

Master of Disaster & Emergency Management (MDEM)

The only graduate program of its kind in Ontario and one of only two in Canada. Equips students with the skills and knowledge required to prepare for, mitigate, respond to and recover from local, national and international disasters and emergencies. Intended for those with an academic background or work experience in the field. Online bridging course exists for students without such background to acquire the foundational knowledge before beginning the program.

Graduate Diploma

Early Childhood Education

Graduate Program

Earth & Space Science

MSc, PhD

A multidisciplinary research program associated with the Centre for Research in Earth & Space Science (CRESS). Students from a wide range of backgrounds, including Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering, can pursue interdisciplinary research in stateof- the-art facilities.

Graduate Program

Economics

MA, PhD

Ranked among the top programs in Canada, it provides advanced and specialized skills invaluable in solving today’s economic problems. Specializations include: Econometrics; Industrial Organization; International Money & Finance; International Trade; Applied Economic Theory.

Graduate Diploma

Education in Urban Environments

Graduate Program

Education: Language, Culture & Teaching

MEd, PhD

With a foundational commitment to social justice, Graduate Programs in Education offer flexibility and diversity, studying education within the broad field of Language, Culture & Teaching. Social, historical and cultural contexts of education and contemporary practices of pedagogy, learning and curriculum inform scholarly inquiry. NOTE: Our graduate programs do not lead to teaching certification.​

Graduate Program

Electrical Engineering & Computer Science

MSc (Computer Science), MASc (Electrical and Computer Engineering), PhD (Electrical Engineering & Computer Science)

The only graduate program in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science in Canada. Provides breadth, as well as specializations in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Software Engineering. Our internship program gives students a combination of industrial and academic experience in a research-intensive environment. Competitive funding available to both domestic and international students.

Graduate Program

English

MA, PhD

Distinguished and intellectually active faculty at the vanguard of literary inquiry in Canada encourage adventurous, interdisciplinary and innovative approaches to literature. Specializations include American, British, Canadian, and World Literatures across all their respective periods and genres.

Graduate Program

Environmental Studies

MES, PhD

With a profound commitment to environmental and social justice, the Graduate Program in Environmental Studies contributes to solving some of the most pressing socio-environmental issues of our times. The Faculty recognizes the importance of an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the intertwined social, cultural, ecological, economic and political issues contributing to complex local and global problems. Graduate students bring their own interests to the program, where they can examine a wide-range of issues within a dynamic, flexible structure supported by faculty members who nourish passions and provide guidance.

Graduate Diploma

Environmental/Sustainability Education

Graduate Program

Études françaises

MA

A unique interdisciplinary program featuring a double specialization in French Literature and French Linguistics and offering courses in French only on both York campuses. Specializations include: Literary Theory & Fields; Women’s Literature; Descriptive & Theoretical Linguistics; Sociolinguistics; French Language Learning in a Canadian context.

Graduate Program

Études francophones

PhD

A program offered entirely in French, with special relevance for Ontario’s Francophone communities. Students are encouraged to apply and challenge plural theoretical perspectives while acquiring in-depth insight into varieties of French and the literatures of the Francophone world.

Graduate Diploma

European Studies

Graduate Program

Film: Production and Screenwriting

MFA

Canada’s only dedicated MFA program in Screenwriting, training students in all aspects of writing for the screen, including television and cinema. Award-winning filmmakers teach in the Production program, with access to extensive production facilities and state-of-the-art equipment. Firstyear courses can be in any of three streams: Production, Screenwriting or Cinema & Media Studies. Combined MFA/MBA also available. go.yorku.ca/mba-mfa

Graduate Program

Finance

Master of Finance (MF) delivered by Schulich School of Business

This is a 12-month full-time program that provides students with the robust real-world training and analytical foundation needed for a rewarding career in modern finance. As a CFA Program Partner, it provides a highlevel education on both the buy and sell sides of capital markets, including asset management, investment banking and risk management.

Graduate Program

Financial Accountability

Master of Financial Accountability (MFAc)

A graduate management degree that goes beyond the standard MBA by integrating key concepts of Accountability, Ethics, Good Governance and Sustainable Practices into organizational cultures in both the private and public sectors and making corporate social responsibility the ultimate organizational goal.

Graduate Diploma

Financial Engineering

Delivered by Schulich School of Business

Graduate Program

Gender, Feminist & Women's Studies

MA, PhD

A program that focuses on feminist perspectives to teaching and research on women and gender as these intersect with sexualities, race, ethnicity, class, ability and age. Rigorous interdisciplinary training seeks to provide tools for social transformation in theory and praxis.

Graduate Diploma

General Interpreting

Graduate Program

Geography

MA, MSc, PhD

One of Canada’s leading programs, with recognized research strengths in Biophysical Processes and Critical Human Geography. Exploring multiple ways of knowing the world based on the social sciences, humanities and physical-biological sciences, nearly all graduate students engage in fieldwork.

Graduate Program

Health

MA, PhD

Our programs explores health policy and the economic, political and social forces that shape it. Particular attention is given to how public policy influences the social inequalities that cause disease and the organization and delivery of health care.

 

 

The MA program examines health policy and equity with emphasis on how societal economic, political, and social structures and processes influence health. Attention is given to how public policy shapes the a) social inequalities that cause disease and b) the organization and delivery of care. The program is critical social science-oriented and draws upon various disciplines including educational theory, health studies, political economy, philosophy, political science, law, psychology and sociology, among others. 

 

 

The PhD program offers comprehensive curriculum covering major scholarly perspectives in health policy and equity. The doctoral program is structured to encourage advanced research and new scholarship along with opportunities to contribute in advancing the scholarly field of health policy and equity.

 

 

 

Graduate Diploma

Health Industry Management

Graduate Diploma

Health Psychology

Graduate Program

History

MA, PhD

One of Canada’s top-ranked graduate History programs, York offers training, both rigorous and flexible, that engages with traditional areas of scholarship and with innovations in historical research. Specializations include: Canada; Africa and the Americas; Cultural and Social History; Transnational History; Indigenous History.

Graduate Program

Human Resources Management

Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM), PhD

Breadth and diversity both in the executive-style MHRM for HR professionals and the research- and pedagogy-based PhD programs. Issues explored range from organizational change and development and labour relations to strategic compensation, international HR and qualitative research methods.

Graduate Program

Humanities

MA, PhD

A program centered on the dynamic interaction of text and context within interdisciplinary and comparative perspectives. An explicit focus on interdisciplinary scholarship in theory and in practice addresses critical issues involving western and non-western humanist traditions, both past and present.

Graduate Program

Information Systems & Technology

MA

A multidisciplinary approach draws together faculty who offer unique perspectives on information technology and the human factors that go into its use. The School of Information Technology enjoys an excellent reputation for providing the most current knowledge about information technologies and their application in modern organizations.

Graduate Program

Interdisciplinary Studies

MA

Provides an opportunity to pursue innovative interdisciplinary research that bridges three disciplinary categories. The student’s unique area of inquiry may combine the fine arts, sciences, health, social sciences, engineering, humanities, law and more.

Graduate Diploma

Intermediate Accounting

Delivered by Schulich School of Business

Graduate Diploma

International & Security Studies

Graduate Diploma

Jewish Studies

Graduate Diploma

Justice System Administration

Graduate Program

Kinesiology & Health Science

MSc, MA, Master of Fitness Science (MFSc), PhD

A research-based program with a broad commitment to advancing physical health, mental health and social well-being through ongoing professional development. There are four areas of specialization: Molecular, Cellular & Integrative Physiology; Neuroscience & Biomechanics; Health & Fitness Behaviours; and Socio-Cultural and Policy Studies in Sport and Physical Activity.

Graduate Diploma

Language & Literacy Education

Graduate Diploma

Latin American & Caribbean Studies

Graduate Program

Law (Osgoode Hall Law School)

LLM, PhD

An innovative, creative and rigorous program that challenges students to attain the highest standards of excellence in legal scholarship. Wide-ranging course offerings lead to constantly evolving and thoughtprovoking approaches to legal study in one of the country’s most highly regarded law schools.

Graduate Program

Law (Osgoode Professional Development)

Professional LLM, General LLM, Tax Law LLM, Canadian Common Law LLM, LLM in International Business Law

Providing lawyers and professionals with a range of specialized, reflective and sophisticated offerings at one of Canada’s oldest and most prestigious law schools. More than 14 specializations, including: Administrative Law; Business Law; Dispute Resolution; Constitutional Law; Energy & Infrastructure Law; Tax Law, and Canadian Common Law.

Graduate Diploma

Law for Law Enforcement Professionals

Delivered by Osgoode Hall Law School

Graduate Program

Leadership and Community Engagement (MLCE)

Master of Leadership and Community Engagement (MLCE)

The Master of Leadership and Community Engagement (MLCE) is a part-time professional master’s degree offered by the Graduate Program in Education that prepares graduates to advance in leadership roles in public sector organizations and communities with a focus on community engagement and innovation. The program is designed for people who are working in a wide range of contexts, including educational settings, community organizations, and other public sector areas, such as health care, child and youth services, libraries, arts and culture institutions, and recreational programs.

Graduate Program

Linguistics & Applied Linguistics

MA, PhD

The program focuses on the broad study of language and society, language variation and change and second-language pedagogy. Specializations include: Core Linguistics (phonetics/phonology and syntax); Sociolinguistics (discourse analysis, language contact, language variation and change, language and law); Applied Linguistics (language policy and planning, issues of culture and identity, and language and pedagogy).

Graduate Program

Management

Master of Management (MMgt) delivered by Schulich School of Business

The Master of Management (MMgt) is designed to equip graduates from non-business programs with the tools they need for managing and problem solving in a variety of organizations and environments. MMgt pairs general management education with a special non-technical focus on developing leadership, problem-solving and communication skills.

Students will build knowledge of the major disciplines of management and how they intersect, while developing key competencies that are valued by organizations and that will facilitate employment in a career with a future. 

Graduate Diploma

Management

Graduate Program

Management Practice

Masters of Science in Management Practice delivered by Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies

The School of Administrative Studies is pleased to offer a Master of Science degree in Management Practice (MScMP), a program designed to provide future leaders in organizations with a robust understanding of management practices rooted in applied research and analysis that inform evidence-based decision making. Business operations generate increasing volumes of data, and modern leaders have a better chance to get ahead of the competition when they put the data to a better use. The MScMP focuses on most up-to date research and analytical methods and the support they can provide in running an organization.

The program is designed to serve full-time students as well as professionals who desire to obtain a graduate degree in management while continuing full-time employment.

The program allows the students to focus specifically in one of the areas (Accounting, Marketing, Supply chain management, Entrepreneurship and innovation, and Managing professionals) and can be completed in three terms.

Graduate Program

Marketing

Master of Marketing (MMKG) delivered by Schulich School of Business

The full-time, 12-month Master of Marketing (MMKG) is the first of its kind in Canada to prepare grads for professional careers in marketing. The curriculum will provide students with the critical analysis and decision making skills required of marketers today.  Students will earn state-of-the-art digital marketing and research tools and grow their literacy in analytics, social media, advertising and consumer behavior. The capstone of the program is a two-term marketing field project, designed to give students first-hand experience in developing and implementing marketing strategies for real-world organizations. The program is open to recent graduates from non-business and business degrees who did not purse a Marketing specialization, and to professionals who wish to add marketing to their skill set.

Graduate Program

Mathematics & Statistics

MSc (Applied & Industrial), MA, PhD

Programs dedicated to the exploration and development of new ideas in Mathematics & Statistics, and to fostering the understanding, appreciation and utility of those ideas. An MA in Mathematics for Teachers (part-time only) is also available.

Graduate Diploma

Mathematics Education

Graduate Program

Mechanical Engineering

Master of Applied Science (MASc), PhD

Research-oriented programs in a newly established department. Students will develop the skills and experience required to prepare for industry leadership, teaching and research-based career paths across a wide range of engineering disciplines, along with a strong emphasis on soft skills (e.g. communication, entrepreneurship).

Graduate Program

Music

MA, PhD

Program offers a variety of coursework, research and teaching opportunities, with an emphasis on individual curriculum choice. Recognition is given to the multiple cultures that coexist in contemporary society and to the many contexts and concerns shaping musical expression and research. 6 general areas of specialization: Composition; Ethnomusicology; Jazz; Musicology; Popular Music; Performance. Combined MA/MBA also available. go.yorku.ca/mba-ma

Graduate Diploma

Neuroscience

Graduate Diploma

Non-Profit Management

Delivered by Schulich School of Business

Graduate Program

Nursing

MScN, Nurse Practitioner (PHCNP) MScN, PhD

In a distinct departure from conventional Nursing curricula, the program integrates human science and relational principles with theoretical knowledge on transformational and organizational leadership, caring and narrative pedagogies, global and local policy and human health experiences.

Graduate Program

Philosophy

MA, PhD, MA/Juris Doctor

The Graduate Program in Philosophy offers rigorous training for MA students in preparation for admission to PhD programs, and supports PhD students in developing a professional research profile. Our program teaches both traditional and interdisciplinary methods, including empirical, conceptual, and applied approaches.

Graduate Program

Physics & Astronomy

MSc, PhD

Opportunities for experimental/observational and theoretical/computational research in Physics & Astronomy mainstream areas or for unique interdisciplinary projects through collaboration in a number of research centres in areas such as Atmospheric Chemistry, Mass Spectrometry and Vision Research. Affiliation with important international endeavours, e.g. at CERN and NASA.

Graduate Program

Political Science

MA, PhD

One of Canada’s largest and most interdisciplinary programs, with particular strengths in political scholarship informed by a diverse range of critical intellectual approaches. 5 specializations: Canadian Politics; Comparative Politics; International Relations (International Political Economy and Security Studies); Political Theory; Women & Politics.

Graduate Diploma

Post-MBA in Advanced Management

Delivered by Schulich School of Business

Graduate Diploma

Postsecondary Education: Community, Culture & Policy

Graduate Program

Psychology

MA, PhD

Wide-ranging possibilities for interdisciplinary study in Canada’s largest graduate Psychology program. 7 specializations: Brain, Behaviour & Cognitive Science; Developmental Science; History & Theory of Psychology; Quantitative Methods; Social & Personality; Clinical (Adult) Psychology; Clinical-Developmental Psychology.

Graduate Program

Public & International Affairs

Masters in Public and International Affairs (MPIA)

Housed in Canada’s first bilingual School of Public and International Affairs, offering high-level bilingual preparation for leadership roles in public life. Program focuses on analyzing the key challenges in Canadian public life, placing Canadian public institutions in a global setting and applying the core knowledge and tools of public management and policy.

Graduate Program

Public Policy, Administration & Law

Master of Public Policy, Administration and Law (MPPAL)

An executive/professional development program concentrating on the themes of constitutional and administrative law, public-sector ethics, social justice and public-sector management. Ideal for management career goals in the public sector and in nonprofit organizations.

Graduate Diploma

Quantitative Methods

Graduate Program

Real Estate & Infrastructure

Master of Real Estate & Infrastructure (MREI) delivered by Schulich School of Business

The one-year, full-time master’s is the first graduate program in Canada that offers a combination of courses in both Real Estate and Infrastructure. The MREI integrates leadership development with a focus on the development, investment and financing of real estate and infrastructure.

Graduate Diploma

Refugee & Migration Studies

Graduate Program

Science & Technology Studies

MA, PhD

An interdisciplinary program of study focused on the critical role of science and technology in society, both past and present. Research in the field applies the methods and theories of the social sciences, humanities, and cultural studies to science, technology, and innovation.

Graduate Program

Social & Political Thought

MA, PhD

Following an interdisciplinary approach, this program aims to integrate intellectual interests common to the humanities and social sciences. Available to creative scholars and educators interested in pursuing highly independent studies.

Graduate Program

Social Work

MSW (Advanced Standing) - Full-time & Part-time, MSW (two-year), PhD

Recognized as one of the most progressive and socially responsible Social Work programs in Canada. Considering social work as a path to social justice, the program highlights critical approaches that challenge inequities and view personal experiences as embedded in larger social structures. It examines social problems as constructions mediated through class, race, ethnicity, religion, gender and sexual identity, age and ability.

Graduate Program

Socio-Legal Studies

MA, PhD

A program at the vanguard of interdisciplinary legal studies, and Canada’s first not based in a law school. Contributing faculty are leaders in international and domestic human rights, socio-historical approaches to law, transnational policing, immigration and border security, indigenous rights, and global financial crime, and gender, race, sexuallity and the law.

Graduate Program

Sociology

MA, PhD

One of Canada’s largest Sociology programs, with a well-established national and international reputation for theory and research. Award winning faculty from multiple departments focus on critical scholarship, interdisciplinarity and sociological theory.

Graduate Program

Supply Chain Management

Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) delivered by Schulich School of Business

The Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) program will prepare students for leadership roles in building, managing and changing supply chains. The 39‐credit full-time or part-time program will develop the analytical and managerial skills needed to find creative supply chain solutions to business opportunities and problems in private, nonprofit, or governmental sectors.

Graduate Program

Theatre

MFA

A conservatory studio program for advanced theatre artists who wish to upgrade their skills or seek the knowledge needed to teach. Intense training provided by working theatre professionals in outstanding new facilities. Specializations: Performance (Acting and Performance/Creation); Directing; Design for Performing Arts; Collaborative Program in Theatre Directing with Canadian Stage. Combined MFA/MBA also available. go.yorku.ca/mba-mfa

Graduate Program

Theatre & Performance Studies

MA, PhD

Exploring performances across a broad range of periods and cultural contexts, both on stage and in everyday life, to highlight the cultural, political, material and ideological dimensions of performance practices. Specializations include: Canadian Theatre & Cultural Politics; Postcolonialism & Globalization; Critical Pedagogy & Community Engagement; Embodiment & Cultural Memory.

Graduate Program

Translation Studies

MA

The Master in Translation Studies is the only graduate program in Toronto and southern Ontario dedicated to the advanced study of translation. The program integrates theoretical approaches and practical issues from both local and global perspectives to better understand complex webs of intercultural relationships and communication processes. Thesis and research work can focus on a wide range of topics and language combinations. Applicants are required to demonstrate competence, to the satisfaction of the Admissions Committee, in French and English or in any other language and English.

Graduate Diploma

Value Theory & Applied Ethics

Graduate Program

Visual Arts

MFA, PhD

The MFA is a studio-centred program in which students independently develop an art practice that reflects contemporary debates in culture. In the PhD program, individually defined conceptual frameworks are explored through an integration of art works, research and writing. Combined MFA/MBA also available. go.yorku.ca/mba-mfa

Graduate Diploma

World Literature