- the first online doctoral education program that specializes in Distance Education in North America
- a Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Architecture is now being offered through the RAIC Centre for Architecture at Athabasca University
Faculty of Graduate Studies
The primary purpose of the Faculty of Graduate Studies is to define and support excellence in graduate education and the research and scholarly activities associated with it.
To meet this purpose, the Faculty of Graduate Studies works with the academic units to create policies that define good practice in all graduate programs, achieve high quality curriculum, and promote intellectual communication between graduate students and faculty.
This website provides: guidelines and policies that maintain equitable standards across all academic disciplines; resources for faculty members on the nature of graduate education and supervision; and information on opportunities for students to participate in professional and educational development activities outside of their program of study.
Welcome Message from the Dean
Welcome to the Faculty of Graduate Studies at Athabasca University (AU). The Faculty of Graduate Studies brings together a community of scholars from around the world who teach and advise over 3,500 graduate students.
Canada Graduate Scholarship - Master's Program (CGSM)
We are pleased to announce that Athabasca University will once again be participating in the Canada Graduate Scholarship - Master's Program (CGSM). Athabasca University is accepting Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) related CGSM applications at this time.
Please visit the Canada Graduate Scholarship Programs webpage, to find information, resources and updates.
If you are interested in applying to this opportunity, please contact me Jill Calliou to discuss the internal deadlines and review process.
Updated November 26 2015 by Student & Academic Services