Concordia University

Individualized Program (MA, MSc)

Master of Arts (MA), Master of Science (MSc)
Offered by:
School of Graduate Studies, Faculty of Arts & Science, Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, John Molson School of Business, School of Graduate Studies

Why pursue a Master's in the Individualized Program?

Integrate concepts and methodologies from various disciplines to get a deeper understanding of a research problem. Work with stellar researchers across academic faculties who will encourage you to develop innovative solutions to our most critical challenges.

The Master's in the Individualized Program (INDI) provides you with the opportunity to pursue specific research goals in areas not covered by existing graduate programs. Under the mentorship of a supervisory committee, you will have access to resources within and across faculties as you explore topics outside the normal boundaries of research and creation.

Benefit from a plethora of research units that provide training in areas as diverse as game studies and design, preventative health, and synthetic biology. Montreal is also a hub for innovation and art, providing the ideal backdrop for you to develop research-creation projects and make connections with cutting-edge start-ups.

Examples of areas our students are currently exploring include:

  • Identity formation for youth growing up in a multicultural environment
  • Computer and tablet use in therapeutic recreation practice
  • Nineteenth-century Irish Catholic communities in Montreal and Toronto
  • Descriptive and theoretical analyses of the Mi’gmaq language

Join a heterogeneous community of students who are self-driven and find success in a variety of professional careers within and outside of academia.

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