Student Research and Graduate Studies

Open doors to your future

In today’s competitive environment and constantly changing market, graduate programs may be the next career consideration for you.

CBU’s graduate programs are viable options for those who wish to further their education, advance their career path or become a leader in their field.

To learn more about CBU’s graduate programs and their admissions requirements, please click the links below:

Master of Business Administration in Community Economic Development
Master of Education in Information Technology
• Master of Education in Sustainability, Creativity and Innovation

Graduate Schoolarship Funding Opportunity

Nova Scotia Innovation & Research Graduate Scholarship Program
February 2017 Competition Application Form

The February competition deadline for applications for the Nova Scotia Innovation & Research Graduate Scholarship Program is approaching. This arrangement secures an allotment of awards to be made available to applicants who are entering a thesis-based graduate program at Dalhousie University in September of 2017 or January of 2018.

Tanya Brann-Barrett
Dean of Research, Teaching & Graduate Studies and Associate Professor of Communication

Office: B212

Phone: 902.563.1843

Brenda Leloup
Assistant to the Dean

Office: B212

Phone: 902.563.1304

Sarah Conrod
Manager, Industry Partnerships & Research Commercialization

Office: B254

Phone: 902.563.1842

Jodi McDavid
Major Research Projects Officer

Office: B212

Phone: 902-563-1107

Dana Mount
Assistant Dean of Research, Teaching & Graduate Studies and Assistant Professor of English

Office: B212

Phone: 902.563.1338

Zuzana Ištvanková
Research Advancement Officer

Office: B212

Phone: 902-563-1832