Mark S. Bonham Centre for
Sexual Diversity Studies

Graduate Specialization

The Bonham Centre hosts a collaborative graduate specialization in Sexual Diversity Studies at the MA and PhD levels, inaugurated in 2008.  This is one of few such programs anywhere, and builds on the rapid expansion of the SDS undergraduate program, and the faculty research strength at the University of Toronto.

A collaborative specialization requires admission to a “home” unit (e.g. English, History, Criminology, Law).  Applications to the SDS program may be submitted at the same time as those submitted to the home department/centre/faculty, though candidacy for admission SDS will be considered at any time.  Students well into a U of T graduate program may also be considered for admission to the SDS program.

The graduate units now participating in the collaborative specialization are:

Additional partners may be added.  In exceptional circumstances, students in other graduate units will be considered for admission to the SDS collaborative specialization.