Tuition per year: Canadian $4,615.35, International $8,108.40
The Department of History offers Ph.D. and M.A. programs, each requiring a dissertation/thesis, in the fields of Asian, Canadian, First Nations, British and European (early modern and modern), U.S., Latin American, and Environmental History and in the History of Science.
In addition to defining fields regionally, the Department emphasizes thematic, interdisciplinary, and transnational approaches to the study of the past. The following thematic research clusters highlight the interests and expertise of departmental members: - History of Science, Technology, and Medicine - Global History, Maritime History, and the History of Empire - First Nations, Aboriginal, and Indigenous History - Environmental History - Ethnicity, Race, and Nationalism - Religion - Gender, Sexuality, and the Body - International Relations - Culture/Power/History - Children and Youth - Migration, Borderlands, and Transnational History - Politics, Political Culture, and State Power - Law and Society - Communities
UBC library has extensive holdings that facilitate graduate research. Holdings include: government publications; state papers; newspapers; extensive collections of early modern European pamphlets and literature; and one of the leading research libraries for East Asian Studies in North America. The library also contains notable collections of books on the history of the American West, of Canada (one of the best in Canada, with large sections on BC and the Prairie West), international relations, Germany (the best in Canada), radical movements in Europe and North America, and medicine, science, and technology (Woodward Library).
- Degree: Master of Arts - Specialization: History - Subject: Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities - Mode of delivery: On campus - Program components: Coursework + Thesis required - Faculty: Faculty of Arts
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