The School of Arctic and Subarctic Studies offers a suite of graduate programs in Arctic & Subarctic Futures, offering Master’s (coursework), Master’s (thesis), PhD, and Diploma options. These pathways emphasize land-based learning, Indigenous pedagogies and research methods, and focus on the needs and priorities of the North.
All research conducted through the Arctic and Subarctic Futures program must directly respond to and address Northern and Indigenous-led research priorities and work in partnership with Northern and Indigenous governments, organizations, communities, and/or leaders. As such, this program makes a strong contribution to understanding and addressing the most pressing needs and priorities of the North, and to training a network of learners and leaders who will contribute to Northern social, cultural, and economic growth, development, and prosperity and support healthy and flourishing futures.
The graduate programs and learning opportunities at the Labrador Campus are: