Master of Arts in Children’s Literature Info Session


Thursday, December 2

11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (Pacific Time)
Online (via Zoom)
Registration is required. Please complete the form below.

 

We are pleased to invite you to join our upcoming online info session to learn more about the Master of Arts in Children’s Literature (MACL). Hosted by Program Chair, Rick Gooding, and Educational Services Coordinator Kevin Day, this webinar will provide an overview of the MACL program, requirements, course options, admission process, and career pathways beyond graduation. After the presentation, there will be an opportunity for participants to ask questions during a Q&A session.

 

Registration form

Please complete the form below to register for this info session. You will receive an email with the Zoom meeting link after submitting your details. If you didn’t receive it, please check the spam folder in your inbox. If you have any questions, please contact us at ischool.comms@ubc.ca.

 

About the MACL program

UBC offers the only multidisciplinary Master of Arts in Children’s Literature in the world – and the only Master’s program in children’s literature in Canada. Our program is offered jointly by the School of Information (UBC iSchool), the Department of English Language and Literatures, the School of Creative Writing, and the Department of Language and Literacy Education, with administrative support housed at the UBC iSchool.

The MACL program’s multidisciplinary approach to the study of children’s and young adult literature and media familiarizes students with a broad range of children’s literature and a variety of critical perspectives and professional applications. Our program has produced multiple award-winning authors, scholars, and publishing industry professionals. We also host the Vancouver International Summer School in Children’s Literature and an annual graduate student conference in children’s and young adult literature.

Learn more about this program

 

Program Highlights

  • Multidisciplinary coursework in children’s and young adult literature, literary theory and criticism, educational theory, and creative writing.
  • Small graduate seminars and thesis supervision by award-winning faculty.
  • Two thesis options: an academic thesis and a hybrid thesis that combines a creative project with academic inquiry.
  • World-class library collections, including digital and print historical collections of children’s texts, Canadian literature, and Indigenous literatures.
  • Entrance bursaries, scholarships, and employment opportunities as Teaching, Research, and Graduate Academic Assistants.
  • State-of-the-art learning and research facilities at one of the world’s top public universities.

 

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