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Graduate Programs

Graduate studies

The campus offers master's degrees in arts, fine arts and science and PhD's in transdisciplinary sustainability and boreal ecosystems and agriculture sceinces. Our graduate programs will prepare you to be a problem solver in today's world and to lead into the future.  More programs are in development such as a master's degree in management.


School of Fine Arts

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Grenfell's MFA delivers a blended learning/low residency program that can be completed in five or six semesters over a two-year period of study. The program begins with an on-campus intensive during May and June of the spring semester followed by fall and winter terms completed in the student's home community or at another campus of Memorial University with distance learning supervision and contact. Students return to Grenfell Campus for a second on-campus intensive the following spring. The final project is presented during the second fall, and/or winter term at Grenfell Campus. Learn more here.



School of Science and the Environment

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The Master of Science in Applied Geomatics (M.Sc. AGEO) is a collaboration between Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador, and the Corner Brook campus of College of the North Atlantic. The program is designed to provide students with high-level geospatial analysis training the College of the North Atlantic that is applied to a master’s level research project at Grenfell Campus. Grenfell Campus has many world-class researchers within modern facility and state-of-the-art labs. Thesis topics can range from a wide area of research including (but not limited to): ecology, environmental sciences, geology, geography, biology, agriculture, and a number of social sciences.



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MAEP is aimed at people wishing to gain expertise regarding contemporary environmental challenges and potential policy alternatives. The program provides both introductory and specialized modules in environmental policy, and we welcome applicants from a diverse range of academic backgrounds including humanities and social sciences, environmental sciences, law and society, business and engineering. MAEP may also appeal to professionals already working in fields related to environmental policy. The part-time option allows these professionals to continue working while upgrading their credentials. Learn more here.




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Master of Science in Boreal Ecosystems and Agricultural Sciences (BEAS)

The demand for food and water security and sustainable forestry and agricultural practices is increasing. We've answered the global call for expertise and understanding of our boreal ecosystem. You'll be provided the opportunity to develop new technical knowledge and management skills, equipped with a strong focus on the science and economics of plant, soil, land and water resources in the context of sustainable boreal agriculture and forestry. 

Learn more here.  





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PhD in Boreal Ecosystems and Agricultural Sciences (BEAS)

Our PhD degree in Boreal Ecosystems and Agricultural Sciences represents a natural progression from the MSc (BEAS) program. This program is unique, focusing on cropping systems, land use changes, and the impacts of those changes, on managed and unmanaged boreal ecosystems. No other similar PhD program exists in any of the Atlantic provinces nor is any PhD program in Canada designed to focus on the boreal ecosystem and its dynamics.

Learn more here.  





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TRSU aims to make a strong contribution to understanding and addressing complex ecological-social-economic-political issues. The program trains students to understand and conduct research on sustainability issues through a transdisciplinary approach (i.e. drawing on a broad combination of disciplines and collaborating with external partners). Core TRSU courses focus on holistic conceptualizations of sustainability, complex systems, sustainability science, disciplinary reflection, transdisciplinary research methods, team science, and knowledge co-production with stakeholders. Students are able to pursue their individual interests in sustainability-related issues through a structured but flexible program. Learn more here.

 

Graduate Studies

Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland
20 University Drive, Corner Brook, NL
A2H 5G4, Canada

Office: FC4021
Phone: (709)639-6585
Email: gradstudies@grenfell.mun.ca



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