Mission Statement: The MAS program prepares professionals to exercise creativity, integrity and leadership in designing, implementing and promoting programs and systems for the creation, organization, management, preservation and effective use of records and archives.
Program content focuses on: - Nature of records and archives - The life-cycle of records from creation to preservation - Records systems and archival systems - Selection of records and their acquisition in archives - Intellectual control of records and archives and provision of access - Records, archives and the law - Ethical and professional responsibilities - History of record-keeping and archives
Graduates may find work in such positions as: Archivist; digital archivist; archives curator; archives advisor; manuscripts processing archivist; electronic records archivist; audiovisual archivist; data/digital curator; e-discovery advisor; privacy and information officer; records and information manager; records administrator/specialist; records analyst; records policy and program officer; records/preservation system designer; research officer; security specialist; and others.
- Degree: Master of Archival Studies - Specialization: Archival Studies - Subject: Specialty - Mode of delivery: On campus - Program components: Coursework + Options - Faculty: Faculty of Arts - School: School of Library, Archival and Information Studies
International Tuition Awards assist international graduate students with their tuition fees if they are registered full-time in research-oriented master’s and doctoral programs.
Value of Scholarship(s)
Up to $3,200 per annum
Students must hold a valid Student Authorization (Study Permit).
Students do not need to apply, as all international students who are eligible are automatically considered for this scholarship. Awards are assigned on the Student Information System, and, once assigned, can be viewed by logging onto the Student Service Centre.