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The M.A. (Non-Thesis) degree in the History of Medicine does not have a thesis option. This non-thesis degree is normally completed in one year. Candidates for the M.A. degree follow an individual program approved by the Department. Students participate in courses and seminars that deepen their understanding of the problems, topics, and issues confronting professional historians. The curriculum is intended to provide students with a strong disciplinary competence in history and a distinctively interdisciplinary perspective. Candidates must have a background in either history (Honours B.A. in History, or equivalent) or a degree in one of the health professions.
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2. Letters of Recommendation
3. Curriculum Vitae
4. Personal Statement
5. Written Work
6. MA Research Proposal (MA (thesis) only)
7. MA Writing Sample
8. GRE (OPTIONAL)
9. Proficiency in English
Candidates must have a background in either history (Honours BA in History or equivalent) or a degree in one of the health professions. A minimum grade point average of 3.3 out of 4.0 (B+) in your BA degree Students with other undergraduate history degrees (normally including serious research components) may be considered eligible. Students with a degree in one of the health professions will be considered for the History of Medicine MA. We strongly recommend that applicants for Ancient History have at least one year of Greek and/or Latin plus one modern European language (in addition to their first language). Applicants for other areas of history, e.g., Russian, should also have a reading knowledge of the language needed for research purposes.
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