FCCS is pleased to offer students opportunities to pursue graduate studies across disciplinary boundaries and to work with faculty members whose research achievements are reflected in their diverse approaches to creative writing, performance, and visual arts, art history and visual culture, cultural and film studies, English, French, Japanese, and Spanish. Our areas of research are , , , and .
The fees below apply to individual master's programs. The specialized master's program fees are different from the standard master's program fees listed in .
coursework requirements equivalent to UBC’s MASc in the ..
Applicants to our PhD Program must hold a Master’s Degree (or its equivalent) from a recognized graduate program in planning or a closely related field, and should preferably have work experience. Only candidates for whom a suitable Research Supervisor has been identified from among SCARP faculty are admitted to the program.
Final Dissertation & Thesis Submission
The SCARP PhD is primarily a research degree, with a flexible component of course work (view specific ). Doctoral students work under the guidance of a Supervisory Committee consisting of at least three faculty members, including the Research Supervisor. Students must satisfactorily complete course work, two comprehensive examinations (theory and substantive), a research prospectus, a two-year residency, and write and defend a PhD thesis. Overall, Ph.D. candidates should expect to spend at least 3 years in the completion of their degree requirements. Typical programs run 4-5 years.
Combined PhD and Diploma in Orthodontics
All graduate students in standard master’s degree programs are automatically assessed fees according to Schedule A. Students who are planning on taking a master's degree through part-time study (Schedule B) must obtain approval from their Graduate Program Advisor and the College of Graduate Studies prior to the beginning of the term in which fees are first assessed. To do so, please complete the This application is also available from the College of Graduate Studies.
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To ensure you have met UBC standards, we suggest that you review the to ensure that your thesis meets formatting requirements before submitting your thesis.