College of Arts

Discover the unique and vibrant graduate programs that the College of Arts at the University of Guelph offers.

 

The skills, knowledge, and experience gained through the Humanities and Fine and Performing Arts remain as fundamental to individuals today in the 21st century as they were in the near and distant past. Analytical thinking, historical and conceptual contextualization, communication,  creativity, and imagination are at the heart of the work you will do here. Browse our graduate programs and explore the ways that you can become engaged citizens of your local and global communities. The College invites you, as a graduate student, to cross a threshold into opportunities for learning, personal growth, the attainment of career goals, as well as the chance to build lifelong friendships.


Features

  • Left to Right: Alumni at Careers for Historians Night: Ryan Covel, Sara Wilmshurst, Fraser Telford.

    March 19th Session of Careers for Historians featured Ryan Covel: digital marketer for Microsoft; Sara Wilmshurst: former fundraiser & currently historical consultant for Know History; and Fraser Telford: former store manager & now teacher. Join us for our next session of “Careers for History Students” in fall 2019

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    $25,000(USD) for 4 months
    Digital Humanities at the University of Guelph is a vibrant and expanding field of inquiry based at The Humanities Interdisciplinary Collaboration (THINC) Lab led by Canada Research Chair Susan Brown (Collaborative Digital Scholarship).