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In the Master of Arts in Literary Studies (MA-LIT), students have the option of completing their degree by coursework or by a combination of coursework and a major project or a thesis.
The department investigates historical and contemporary areas of British, American, Canadian and English-language postcolonial literatures, alongside the theories relevant to their study.
MA-LIT graduates are employed in publishing, private industry, government, educational organizations, non-governmental organizations, and in their own businesses; others go on to doctoral programs.
All students are required to complete a University of Waterloo workshop on academic integrity and sign a pledge to conduct their research with scrupulous honesty. The workshop takes place before classes begin and students will not be allowed to take classes until they have signed the pledge.
2_ Master's Research Paper
You can normally enroll for courses in the Fall, Winter, and Spring Terms and complete the MA in three terms.
All requirements for the degree should be completed no later than six terms after a full-time graduate student has been admitted as a candidate.
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