Faculty of Arts, including Schools of Social Work and Information Studies (Graduate)

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The largest faculty at the University, Arts is committed to remaining at the forefront of intellectual inquiry in our charged and continually changing world. It is a time of development, expansion, innovation, and renewal.

A McGill Arts graduate education is an opportunity to explore the rich diversity of human endeavour and creative expression. It is a chance to develop linguistic, critical, and analytical skills that will allow you to approach a question or issue from a variety of perspectives; to respond effectively to new developments; and to adapt to changing circumstances. These skills are highly sought after in a broad range of professional, academic, cultural, service, and business careers.

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2014-2015 (last updated Sep. 3, 2014) (disclaimer)
Faculty of Arts—2014-2015 (last updated Sep. 3, 2014) (disclaimer)