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What is thesis-based study?
Pursue independent research guided by a supervisor who shares your research interests. If you want to advance your knowledge or expand your expertise in a specific field or research area, our thesis-based programs are for you.
What is course-based study?
Equally ideal for those planning to continue in higher education or seeking to advance their careers off campus, our course-based programs offers a combination of collegial seminars and independent research in a concentrated, twelve-month program.
What is a supervisor?
A supervisor is a faculty member who oversees your research and the development of your thesis.
Recent Publications by Frank W. Stahnisch
Professor Stahnisch has been author/editor of numerous publications over the past several years. A selection follows below....
UCalgary History PhD focuses on understanding the impact of conservative Christian leaders on Newfoundland and Labrador schools and society and the history of church-state relations in British settler colonies.
Policing the Protectorate: The Role and Development of the Police in Colonial Botswana, 1885-1975.
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