The Languages, Cultures and Literacies PhD program is characterized by a focus on the following:
Social justice in society and educational contexts
Equity, Indigeneity, and Inclusion in line with the Faculty and University missions.
Critical and qualitative approaches to carrying out and sharing educational research
Students in this program will:
focus on the cultural and linguistic diversity that characterizes contemporary classrooms and communities locally and globally
participate in ongoing faculty research, communities of practice and scholarly activities
be supported to conduct independent research
learn interdisciplinary research methods
participate in educational research projects with mentors
have opportunities to report on that research in public and academic venues
conduct their own research projects for their thesis
Through this work, students will also become familiar with current theory and practice in their specific fields of interest.
Start Term: TBC
Application Status: Closed
Tuition 2021/22*:$1,985.88/term *Subject to estimated 2% fee increase each September.
Information on program delivery modes for programs starting Fall 2021: due to the ever changing situation with COVID-19, we are not able to provide information on program delivery modes for Fall 2021 at this time. If programs are to be delivered remotely in these terms, we will inform applicants as soon as any announcements are made by the university.