Masters and Doctoral Programs

Grad StudiesiSMSS itself does not offer graduate studies programs. Potential masters and doctoral students need to apply to a department unit for admission to the University of Alberta.

Departments are responsible for appointing qualified supervisors/supervisory committee members for graduate students in keeping with the University of Alberta’s supervisory eligibility criteria. For further details on supervisors and supervisory committees, please visit Section 8 of the Grad Program Manual. Students are normally involved in the process of the selection of their supervisor, although this process varies depending upon the department.

As time and resources permit, faculty members affiliated with iSMSS — Dr. André P. Grace and Dr. Kristopher Wells — are willing to supervise, be members of supervisory committees, and provide a strong, supportive research and scholarship environment for graduate students wishing to pursue research on sexual and gender minorities and our issues and concerns in institutional, community, and larger cultural contexts.

For applying and admission to University of Alberta graduate programs and others details, please visit the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research site.


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