The Master of Arts program majoring in Individualized Multidisciplinary allows students to do research and works to facilitate critical dialogues across academic disciplinary areas. The program provides students with a range of theories and methods specific to their research interests and is designed to provide a unique graduate experience in the Arts. Students are required to complete three to six graduate-level courses, a Thesis, and a Thesis Oral Defence. 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.
Finding a supervisor
Students are required to secure a potential supervisor prior to submitting an application for this program. Faculty members from various departments can supervise in this area; you should contact a supervisor who shares your research interests. For further information on securing a supervisor, please visit our Search Supervisors page.