The Microprogram in Ethics and Cultural Heritage Policies consists of 9 course units. It aims to acquire knowledge and develop skills in ethics and cultural heritage policies.
Students pursuing a Graduate Microprogram must obtain the prior approval of the academic unit offering the Graduate Microprogram.
Students must meet the following eligibility:
To be considered for admission, applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree with specialization or a major in public administration or in a related discipline with a minimum average of 75% (B+).
An active knowledge of French and English is essential. All students must successfully complete the course PAP 6520 and must be able to read texts in French and in English.
If you would like to enroll into the Microprogram in Ethics and Politics of Cultural Heritage Policies without being admitted in a graduate studies program, send an email to the graduate studies office of the Faculty of Social Science at firstname.lastname@example.org and include the following documents:
- Two recommendation letters
- You must submit copies of all transcripts from universities you have attended with your request. Transcripts must cover all courses and programs at any university you have attended, including regular programs (whether completed or not), exchanges, letters of permission, online or correspondence courses, courses taken as a special student or visiting students, etc. If your transcript and degree certificate are not in English or French, you must submit a certified translation (signed and stamped and sealed).
- Letter of Intent
- Resume required
- Proof of proficiency in your program's language of instruction, an active knowledge of French and English is essential. All students must successfully complete a seminar given in French only and must be able to read texts in French and in English. in the case of applicants whose first language is neither English nor French
Language proficiency test scores equivalencies: :
- TOEFL 580 / IELTS Overall 6.5 - Individual 6.0 (Paper-based)
- TOEFL 92-93/IELTS 6.5 overall – Individual 6.0 (Internet-based)
The 9 course units corresponds to the following three seminars/activities:
|PAP 6520||Éthique publique||3 Units|
|PAP 6901||Project||3 Units|
|3 cours units from:||3 Units|
|Selected Themes in Public Administration|
|Ideology and Social Transformation|
|Subjectivity and Intersubjectivity|
|Selected Topics in Political Thought|