Trent University: Peterborough, Ontario

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Trent University Peterborough , ON  
  • The Ph.D. program in Native Studies is the first program of its kind in Canada and only the second in North America. more >

  • Draws students with wide interests and from diverse disciplinary backgrounds to pursue graduate work in a supportive environment. more >

  • Designed for graduates of science or engineering programs who want a career in interdisciplinary research. more >

  • The program provides students with the freedom to pursue their field of interest within a context of interdisciplinary integration. more >

  • We explore what it means to “go public” – to “publish” – and how that act resonates in the political, economic, and aesthetic spheres. more >

  • Interdisciplinary research and reflective practice training program. more >

  • The program encourages students to develop personal research interests and goals, promotes independent research, and demands originality. more >

  • The Anthropology M.A. gives students an excellent foundation in anthropological theories and research methods. more >

  • This program focuses on the foundations and structures of modern knowledge in its historical and cultural contexts. more >

  • Offered by professors from the departments of biology, environmental and resource studies and geography. more >

  • Brings together, at the graduate level, students who are actively applying modelling techniques in a broad range of disciplines. more >

  • The master’s program has three distinct fields of study: Health, Developmental, and Cognition/Perception/Neuroscience. more >

  • Trent's Frost Centre for Canadian Studies and Indigenous Studies is celebrated for its role in developing the field of Canadian Studies. more >