Small Class Sizes and Attentive Mentoring
We are deeply committed to teaching and to your scholarly development. You’ll take part in great discussions with faculty and your colleagues in seminars designed for MA students only. The classes you will attend will never have more than 15 students.
You’ll receive personal attention from active researchers. The close student-professor relationship is important to us. Our dedicated faculty can support you in the widest possible range of research interests and can help you fulfil your academic and professional objectives.
A Wealth of Resources and Flexibility
Although you’ll have the attention of one department, you’ll have access to the resources of three of the largest graduate history programs in the country. This means you’ll benefit from:
- The scholarship, research and teaching experience of more than 65 graduate faculty members.
- A peer group of about 60 MA students.
- More than 20 courses in subjects ranging from Canada’s First Nations and early-modern history to the Vietnam War, human rights, and cultural history.
- The combined library resources of Laurier, the University of Guelph and the University of Waterloo.
- The annual Tri-University Conference that provides an early and supportive environment in which to present your research.