What does it mean to be Canadian? What makes our society different from and similar to others around the world? How do we, as Canadians, express our identities? Understanding who we are as Canadians begins with a thorough knowledge of the places, people and ideas that form our daily lives. The Canadian Studies major focuses on Canadian issues and Canada’s place in the world, the history, people, industry and politics of Canada, as well as our unique institutions, policies, and identities.
For the M.A. program, students are required to complete courses, a Thesis, and a Thesis Oral Defence. Three to six graduate term courses or equivalent (9.0 to 18.0 credit hours) are required for this program. Students develop their programs in consultation with their supervisors. Course descriptions of courses offered at the University of Lethbridge are available in the course catalogue. You can also view the dynamic schedule on the Registrar's Office website to see what courses are being offered and when.
For more information about the Canadian Studies major please contact Amy Shaw.
Finding a supervisor
Students are required to secure a potential supervisor prior to submitting an application for this program. For further information please visit our Search Supervisors page.