Professional Masters in Interdisciplinary Space Studies
About the Program
As the global demand for education in space science and exploration continues to increase, the Institute for Earth and Space Exploration proposes to leverage our expertise to develop and implement a new Professional Master’s in Interdisciplinary Space Studies that captures the growing excitement and interest in space. This program will target individuals with backgrounds in science, social science, engineering, business, or policy and law who are interested in entering the growing space sector – or who are already in the sector and looking to further their education. This new professional master’s will provide students with the necessary skills to work effectively in the rapidly expanding and evolving space sector, both private and governmental.
The Professional Master’s in Interdisciplinary Space Studies degree is being spearheaded by the Institute for Earth and Space Exploration in partnership with the Faculty of Science. It is the first professional degree in Canada to bring an interdisciplinary approach to space studies, hence the designated degree nomenclature. This professional master’s program provides students with a wide range of necessary skills to excel in the interdisciplinary field of space exploration and to effectively communicate with, and work alongside, other members of the space community.
Courses to be offered:
Applicants must possess a four-year degree from an accredited university. The School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies requires at least a 70% average across courses taken in the last two full-time years of the undergraduate degree. Equivalent qualifications may be considered based on the standards of the discipline or profession.
Tuition will be set once the program receives final approval. Please check back for updates.
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