Maîtrise en Études canadiennes-Université de Saint-Boniface
Head: Paul Morris
Campus Address/General Office: Université de Saint-Boniface, 200 ave de la Cathédrale, Winnipeg R2H 0H7
Telephone: 204-237-1818 ext. 280
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Maîtrise ès Arts, études canadiennes Program Information

The Maîtrise ès Arts, études canadiennes is offered by the Université de Saint-Boniface, an affiliated college of the University of Manitoba, in French only, and only via the Internet. Students are generally mid-career and are enrolled in the programme on a part-time basis, out of personal interest or for career enhancement. Graduates can pursue careers in the federal or provincial public service, in journalism, in the Foreign Service, or in the private sector; in addition, graduates of the programme may be admitted to doctoral programs, subject to program requirements.

Graduates of this program will receive a Maîtrise ès Arts en études canadiennes.

Admission Requirements

In addition to the minimum admission requirements of the Faculty of Graduate Studies found in the Graduate Studies Regulations Section of this calendar, students must have taken four years of studies at the university level. A pre-M.A. program is not available at this time.

Admission Deadlines

Students should complete and submit their online application with supporting documentation (if applicable) by the date indicated in the following table:


Start Date





June 1

March 1



October 1

July 1



February 1

November 1

Program Requirements

In addition to the minimum course requirements of the Faculty of Graduate Studies found in the Graduate Studies Regulations Section of this Calendar, students must complete a minimum number of 18 credit hours of graduate coursework. In addition, students must submit an acceptable thesis and pass a thesis oral examination.

All students must complete GRAD 7500 Academic Integrity Tutorial (0 credit hours). Students newly admitted to a graduate program must successfully complete this course within the first term of registration, unless the course has been completed previously.

Language Requirement: Reading and comprehension skills in both French and English; coursework and the thesis may be written in either French or English, subject to availability of a bilingual instructor.

Expected Time to Graduate: 2 - 3 Years. See 4.4.7 Time in Program.