Folklore (Master)

The master of arts degree in folklore program is designed to meet the needs of both students and employers. Students already hold a Bachelor degree in a related discipline. Co-operative education students in folklore can provide employers with support in the areas of: 

  • Cultural documentation (recording audio/video)
  • Festivals/public events
  • Culture and economic development
  • Traditional crafts and performances
  • Marketing and communications
  • Tourism
  • Archiving
  • Curating

Work Term Schedule

Term: Fall Winter Spring
Year 1 AT AT WT1
Year 2* AT WT 2  
AT = Academic Term; WT = Work Term
*Year 2 can be configured differently.