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Queen's University
 

Other Cultural Studies Courses Descriptions

CUST 802: Seminar Series - Mandatory

Department: Cultural Studies Term Available: Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Instructors: TBA
(Wednesdays, 2:30-5:30, Sir John A. MacDonald Hall, Room 2)

This course is designed to acquaint graduate students with some of the teaching and research responsibilities of a graduate student. Topics may include: course planning, presentation and preparation; grant writing; publishing; giving artist talks and presenting conference papers. Seminars devoted to current research and research-creation will change on a yearly basis. The course is compulsory for all students over the first and second years of their program. Grading is on a Pass/Fail basis. Students are required to attend eight seminars in the first year of their program and six in the second year.

CUST 890*: Directed Studies I

Department: Cultural Studies Directed study under the guidance of a faculty member in an area of the instructor's expertise.

CUST 891* Directed Studies II

Department: Cultural Studies Directed study under the guidance of a faculty member in an area of the instructor's expertise.

CUST 892* Special Topics I

Department: Cultural Studies Directed study under the guidance of a faculty member in an area of the instructor's expertise.

CUST 893*: Special Topics II

Department: Cultural Studies Directed study under the guidance of a faculty member in an area of the instructor's expertise.

Directed Community-Based Practicum

Department: Cultural Studies

This course is intended to support a student's MA or PhD research through organizational and social experience gained from involvement with relevant off-campus institutions, organizations, and community groups. A CS faculty member will oversee each placement in collaboration with a member of the relevant organization or group.

CUST 895*: Agnes Etherington Practicum

Department: Cultural Studies Term Available: TBA Instructor: Jan Allan

This course is intended to support a student's MA or PhD research through organizational and social experience gained from involvement with relevant off-campus institutions, organizations, and community groups. A CS faculty member will oversee each placement in collaboration with a member of the relevant organization or group.

CUST 895* Information

CUST 898*: Master's Essay or Master's Minor Project

Department: Cultural Studies TBA

CUST 900* Qualifying Examination

Department: Cultural Studies TBA

CUST 901* Special Research Seminar

Department: Cultural Studies TBA

CUST 999* PhD Thesis or Project

Department: Cultural Studies TBA

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