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The Joint Master of Arts program is offered by the History Departments of The University of Winnipeg and The University of Manitoba. The main purpose is for the student to develop the ability to undertake independent research and place their findings properly within their historical context; and to ensure that students acquire a comprehensive knowledge of at least two areas of historical study.
Specialized work is offered in the following fields: The Americas, Asia and Africa, Britain and the Commonwealth, Canada, Medieval and Early Modern Europe, Modern Europe, History of Science, Modern World and Archival Studies.
The MRP and Course M.A. are designed as a 12-month program, while the Thesis and Archival Studies M.A. are designed as 2-year programs. All the necessary requirements for the M.A. in History must be fulfilled within FOUR YEARS of the original date of entry into the Joint Master's Program.
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1. One copy of the student's official transcript/s
2. Current email address from two professors under whom the student has worked.
3. A 500 word *Statement of General Interest and Intent outlining your preparation for graduate studies to date, and your proposed subject areas
or fields of concentration in your graduate studies
4. A photocopy of your birth certificate or passport, even if you have previously attended the University of Manitoba
For admission into any stream in the Joint Master's Program, candidates must hold a B.A. Honours degree or equivalent in History with at least a ‘B’ or second class standing. Students who lack this qualification but who have an acceptable general degree with a history major (and an average of B in their history courses) are generally admitted to the Pre-M.A. program.
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