MAIS students explore a wide range of applied research interests depending on their professional background and academic areas of interest.
Recent master's theses completed by MAIS students:
- Ayres, Matthew “The Impact of Inuit Quajimajatuqangit on Formal Education in Nunavut"
- Doyle, Tony “Assessing Employer Perceptions and Expectations of College Degree Programs”
- Hadjis, Jessica “The Under-Representation of Women in Mauritian Parliament”
- Harle, Alison “A Woman’s Self-Discovery in Mid-Life Through Outdoor Adventure”
- Kerr, Susan "Personal shift: the potential for transformative learning in youth through international service education program"
- Morin, Tom "Organizational leadership roles as a source of self-esteem: A terror management theory"
- Rasnick, Deborah “Embedding Sustainability into Practice: Redesigning Management Accounting Curriculum in Higher Education”
- Stirling, Sarah “British Columbia Institutions Teacher Curricula and the Ministry of Education Teachers Act Standard"
- Townsend, Dwight “Exploring the Impact of Afrocentric Education in Canada"
Recent master's major research projects completed by MAIS students:
- Billingham, Jamie “Improving Aboriginal Family Engagement in Education”
- Cameron, Scott “Family and Community Support Services (FCSS): Weaving Alberta’s Social Fabric”
- Daze, Angie “The Value of Community Gardens”
- Grant, Don “An Assessment of the Extent to Which Canadian Communities with Sustainable Community Plans Have Been Successful in Implementing Actions That Will Move Them Towards Their Vision Of Sustainability”
- Gudjonson, James “Students as Key Stakeholders in Advancing Sustainability in Higher Education”