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TRENT UNIVERSITY

Office of Graduate Studies
1600 West Bank Drive SC 201
PO Box 4800
Peterborough, ON K9J 7B8, Canada
Phone705-748-1011  ext. 7245
Fax705-748-1154
Emailgraduate@trentu.ca
Webwww.trentu.ca/gradstudies
TUITION: www.trentu.ca/graduatestudies/financialsupport.php
Dr. Craig Brunetti, Dean of Graduate Studies
DEGREES
M.A.: Anthropology (archaeology & ethnohistory of Canada, Mesoamerica, South America, Southwest U.S. & the Ancient Mediterranean); Canadian Studies & Indigenous Studies (Aboriginal peoples; culture, theory, visual arts & heritage; political economy, labour social policy, environmental politics, women & gender, identities, regions & regionalism); English Literature (public texts); History (Canadian, colonialism & conflict, European, Iberian-American, social & cultural, regional & transnational); Psychology (Health, Developmental, Cognition/Perception/Neuroscience); Sustainability Studies (environmental sustainability, economic prosperity & social responsibility); Theory, Culture & Politics (textuality, semiotics & discourse; culture, nature & technology; gender, body & psyche; science as discourse & knowledge; social & political theory).
M.Sc.: Applications of Modeling in the Natural & Social Sciences (quantitative models, computational, mathematical & statistical techniques); Environmental & Life Sciences (physical geography, climatology, hydrology, ecotoxicology, elemental cycling, organic & inorganic contaminants, environmental chemistry, environmental analysis & management, molecular virology, genetics of behaviour, aging & cancer, limnology, ecology, wildlife management, forestry, plant science); Materials Science (Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Engineering); Psychology (Health, Developmental, Cognition/Perception/Neuroscience).
Ph.D.: Cultural Studies (culture & art, culture & technology, cultural & theory); Indigenous Studies (integration of Indigenous & Western academic knowledge); Environmental & Life Sciences (physical geography, climatology, hydrology, ecotoxicology, elemental cycling, organic & inorganic contaminants, environmental chemistry, environmental analysis & management, molecular virology, genetics of behaviour, aging & cancer, limnology, ecology, wildlife management, forestry, plant science).
JOINT PROGRAMS with Carleton University: Canadian Studies (culture, literature & the arts; environment & heritage; policy, economy & society; identities; women’s studies).
JOINT PROGRAMS with Queen’s University (Kingston).

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Queens College
Queens College offers more than 100 master's degrees and advanced certificates in the liberal arts, sciences, social sciences, and teacher education.
www.qc.cuny.edu