Welcome to the MA in Gender Studies at Queen’s University! The Graduate Program in Gender Studies offers a one-year MA option. Keeping with our commitment to engaging theoretically rigorous and activist-minded studies of gender, the one-year MA will involve intense course work and a major research paper (as well as practicum option for interested students). In order to facilitate this transition smoothly, all incoming students—including those applying for Fall 2015 admission—will be applying for the one-year MA option. Students who wish to consider a two-year thesis option must apply for this in December of their first year of candidacy.
GNDS Courses and Timetable: http://www.queensu.ca/gnds/timetable.php
Master's Student Handbook: pdf here
TA/TF Job Listings: http://www.queensu.ca/gnds/employ.php
SGPS Health Insurance: http://www.sgps.ca/health/
How to fill out an Ethics (GREB) application: Presentation from Cultural Studies Feb 2015 Unit Rep: Jane Tolmie
Library and Computing
All incoming students are highly encouraged to participate in orientation events organized by the School of Graduate Studies.
All graduate students have access, by application, to study carrels in the Stauffer Library. All graduate students are provided with university computing accounts, which afford access to the internet, e-mail, and various software applications provided free to students under a university license. These accounts also enable students to use the Queen’s Library online research resources, which comprise numerous databases, online publications, journal archives, and reference works. Students may also lease a computer from the university at an annual rate of 7.8% of the cost of the computer. The Stauffer Library has an outlet at each study station for plugging in laptops.
Information Technology Services
ITS/Information Technology Services assists incoming students with office computer queries, internet and networks, NetID and directories, software and hardware services, learning resources, and other technology related matters. See here for additional ITS information.
You can also submit your technology issue using the online support form.
Campus Bookstore The Campus Bookstore is a not-for-profit corporation that works to distribute required course material at the lowest possible price to students, while operating a comprehensive University bookstore for the Queen's community. All course texts for the MA in Gender Studies will be available at the Campus Bookstore.