Our graduate program is one of the best in Canada. It features 24 full-time faculty, a prestigious research chair, approximately 40 graduate students, and competitive funding packages.
Our alumni have a long track record of success in both the public and private sectors. Our alumni regularly receive offers for tenure-track positions and desirable jobs in archives, government, administration, law, and consulting.
The Department of History has thesis-based MA and PhD programs. We specialize in eight signature research areas, but can accommodate a wide range of topics.
Signature Research Areas
- Indigenous History
- Environmental History
- Prairies and the North American West
- Health, Medicine, Science, and Occultism
- History and Politics of Memory
- Gender and Sexuality
- Colonial and Post-Colonial Histories
- Twentieth-Century Politics, Culture, and Foreign Relations
For more information about our graduate programs, please contact Nadine Penner, Graduate Program Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Robert Englebert, Director of Graduate Studies in History. For any application inquiries, please contact email@example.com