The SPACE: Arts and Sciences Certificate will guide students in making connections between the arts and sciences, including the social sciences. Through coursework as well as activities and projects that bridge the classroom and co-curricular activities, students will explore topics across the arts and sciences and be offered the opportunity both to broaden their education beyond their chosen program and to deepen their knowledge and skills within their field of study.
The SPACE: Arts and Sciences Certificate is launching in 2021-22. Learn more about how Dawson certificates work here. Updated information about ongoing SPACE Learning Community activities, coursework, and capstone project options for certificate students will be found at the linked entries below.
The current list of courses cross-listed with the SPACE certificate in Winter 2022. These may be updated during 2022.
The current list of courses cross-listed with the SPACE certificate in Fall 2021. These may be updated during 2021-22.
Find out what activities are being planned for the Fall 2021 semester and what to look forward to in the Winter.
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Marie-Hélène Lemaire from the PHI Foundation for Contemporary Art will be discussing the theme of Interconnections in the exhibition A Steep Path by artist Jamilah Sabur.
Visit the SPACE team in the Lower Atrium on Certificates Day, Wednesday, November 10, 2021 where you’ll be able to get more info and register.
Are you interested in exploring the world of robotics? Join the Dawson Robotics team!
For any student interested in this year’s virtual McGill Physics Hackathon.
A visit to the Phi Centre for a VR experience: The Infinite. "As close to space as you can get."
SPACE365: Make Things That Matter is a complementary course offered in the Winter 2022 semester open to all students. Students run self-directed projects generated from their own interests that link contemporary issues