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All graduate programs at the University of Alberta apply through the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research (FGSR). The portal opens on September 15 to accept applications for the following academic year. You can start your application here: http://www.gradstudies.ualberta.ca/applyadmission/
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To start your graduate application please contact Janey Kennedy at email@example.com or 780-492-4802.
Undergraduate programs in Interdisciplinary programs each have slightly different applications procedures. Details for each program can be found under their respective webpage. Here are some links to get you started.
The Interdisciplinary Program in Religious Studies offers a Major, Minor, Honours and Combined Honors at the BA undergraduate level. Areas of strength include the religious traditions of antiquity, biblical studies, history of Christianity, Islamic Studies, "world" religions in a post-colonial, globalized perspective, East Asian and South Asian Religions and new religions.
You can find out more about Religious Studies here.
Science Technology and Society:
Science, Technology and Society (STS) is an interdisciplinary program that draws on the history, philosophy, and sociology of science. The program in STS provides students from the sciences and humanities with a broad overview of the field that capitalizes on existing faculty strengths and developing interests.
You can find out more about STS here.
Environmental Studies is a joint degree between the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Agricultural, Life, and Environmental Sciences (ALES). The program examines the scientific, cultural, economic, moral, political and social dimensions of environmental issues. Students develop the expertise to identify, frame and develop solutions to some of today's most important environmental issues. With this degree, you can pursue a career in law, business, economics, resource management, journalism or government as well as graduate studies.
You can find out more about Environmental Sciences here.
Computer Game Development (Certificate):
The Certificate in Computer Game Development is a joint certificate between the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Science and is open to the entire University community. The certificate is intended to complement discipline-specific studies with courses that give opportunities to work in multidisciplinary teams, build complete small and medium-scale games, and interact with industry.
You can find out more about our program in Computer Game Development here.
Peace and Post-Conflict Studies (Certificate):
A Certificate in Peace and Post-Conflict Studies (PPC) will equip students across a number of faculties and disciplines with the knowledge of the complexity of instituting measures that address underlying sources of conflict and provide them with hands-on practical approaches to sustaining peace. In a global climate of conflict, fear and insecurity, the issue of building sustainable peace in countries that have undergone the ravages of conflict is of vital importance to policy makers and academics alike. The Peace and Post-Conflict Studies Certificate is especially useful for those seeking a career in government, international governmental organizations (IGO), non-governmental organizations (NGO) and legal and business firms.
You can find out more about PPC here.
International Studies (Minor):
If you would like to incorporate a global perspective into your Arts degree, a minor in International Studies can show you how political, economic, social, cultural, and environmental forces influence the lives people lead and the choices they face and, ultimately, how these forces can change individual nations and communities.
You can find out more about the International Studies (Minor) here.
Writing Studies at the University of Alberta offers undergraduate and graduate courses in the exploration of writing. It also serves as an intellectual home for faculty and students who promote university-wide writing initiatives. You can register for Writing Studies Courses through Bear Tracks.