A unique transdisciplinary approach to the study of children and youth where students are encouraged to think and study across traditional disciplinary boundaries. This program is part of a growing international movement for transdisciplinary Child and Youth Studies perspectives. Students gain a theoretical foundation for the study of children and youth and the application of social science research methods through the completion of a research-based thesis.
- Thesis – 12 terms (4 years)
- January 29th
Applications are accepted until the program is full. Applications submitted after the deadline may be looked at on a first-come, first-served basis. Applications typically open in October.