These items are optional and you can choose them as you wish after applying for the course.
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The MA in Theatre option Thesis (two years) is focused on the fields of theatre theory and dramaturgy. The objective of this program is to bridge theoretical and practical approaches to the study of theatre by encouraging dialogue and understanding between practitioners and theoreticians.
MA Thesis can include:
1. The analysis of a defined corpus (plays, performances, theoretical concepts, etc.) based on a review of relevant academic literature, its critical analysis and synthesis (100 pages);
2. Creative project and its critical analysis.
The MA in Theatre with Thesis extends over 6 terms (two years).
The MA in Theatre option Major Research Paper (one year) aims to bridge theoretical and practical approaches to the study of theatre. The program enables students to broaden their academic scope with regard to the epistemological and interdisciplinary specificities of theatre as an art form and as a discipline of study.
The MA in Theatre with Major Research Paper extends over 3 terms (one year).
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The following tests are also accepted: MELAB, CAEL, Cambridge English Language Assessment, Pearson, Bridging (ESL500).
The English Intensive Program (EIP) at the University of Ottawa is designed to build your confidence and help you acquire the language skills, academic abilities, and intercultural knowledge you need to succeed, both in your undergraduate or graduate program and on a personal level.
An honors bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) with a specialization or major in Theatre or related discipline;
An honors bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in another discipline, with a minor in Theatre and two or more years of relevant experience;
An honors bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in another discipline, with three or more years of relevant experience.
A minimum admission average of 70% (B), calculated in accordance with graduate studies guidelines.
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