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Print Culture program
The aim of the Print Culture specialization is to provide graduate students with a focused MA degree in a growing theoretical and interdisciplinary research field. Students study and work alongside a group of faculty and other graduate students with shared critical and research interests.
Admission & requirements
Admission to the MA Program
Students wishing to pursue the Print Culture specialization must apply to the Department of English MA Program and be accepted through the regular application process. The deadline for applications is January 15th. For details on the application procedure, please visit the English Department’s Graduate Studies Webpage.
Specialization in Print Culture
Upon admission to the Department of English MA Program, students can elect to pursue a specialization in Print Culture. There is no separate application procedure for the specialization, but students must ensure that they satisfy the necessary requirements. Students are strongly advised to declare their intention to pursue the specialized MA by the end of their second (spring) semester of the Masters program by completing and submitting the Declaration Form to the Print Culture Co-ordinator.
Requirements for the Specialization in Print Culture
The print culture specialization can be done as either a course option or a project option. Both course option and project option students take ENGL 820, “Theoretical approaches to Print Culture”, in their first (fall) semester of the Masters program. This course, taught by the Print Culture Program Co-ordinator, will provide students with the necessary theoretical and historical grounding in the field. Course option students will take an additional five courses for the MA, of which three must carry the Print Culture designation. Project option students will take an additional four courses for the MA, of which two must carry the Print Culture designation plus ENGL 882, the MA Project. The Print Culture Program Co-ordinator must approve the project's print culture designation. Students in the course work option are expected to complete the program requirements in three terms. Students in the project option are expected to complete the program requirements in three to six terms.