This program is recognized by the Quebec Ministry of Education for purposes of perfectionnement.
Fully-qualified applicants entering the program with a master’s degree are required to complete a minimum of 90 credits.
For course descriptions, please see the Art Education Courses page.
credits of Required Courses:
• ARTE 870 Critical Perspectives on Art Education: History, Theory and Practice (3.00) • ARTE 872 Advanced Critical Analysis (3.00) • ARTE 882 Research Practice (3.00) • ARTE 884 Doctoral Seminar (3.00)
• ARTE 883 Comprehensive Examination (0.00) • ARTE 890 Research and Thesis (63.00)
Admission to Candidacy. Upon approval of the thesis proposal by the Thesis Advisory Committee, the student is officially admitted to candidacy for the degree.
Program Advisors and Thesis Supervisors. Upon admission to the program, each student is assigned to a graduate faculty member, who serves as Program Advisor until the student passes the Comprehensive Examination. After completing the Comprehensive Exam, the student selects a Thesis Supervisor from the available Graduate Program Faculty.
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