Masters degrees in Canadian Society & Culture involve advanced study of the various components, influences and movements which embody Canada’s social and cultural character.
Related subjects and postgraduate specialisms include North American Studies, Native American Studies, and Canadian Studies. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject such as Cultural Studies, Communication Studies or Languages and Literature.
Why study a Masters in Canadian Society & Culture?
Canada offers a broad range of research topics for postgraduates with regards to its culture and social practices, having a diverse heritage with both indigenous origins and European influences.
French, British and American cultures have significantly influenced Canada’s modern art, literature, music and political institutions. As a result, the heritage, traditions, belief systems and values which you may explore are wide-ranging.
For example, you might examine Canada’s political institutions, particularly the ways in which the government’s policies are greatly centred on progressive multicultural ideologies. Alternatively, you might explore Canadian responses to social issues, such as environmental sustainability, healthcare, and poverty.
Careers in this include a range of roles within public and private sectors, such as government roles in foreign policy or public administration. You might also explore roles in public relations, marketing, journalism and publishing.