400 Areas of Study Within More Than 300 Graduate Programs
The training and experience you’ll acquire at the master’s or doctoral level will give you tools to drive change and excel in virtually any industry — whether you go on to teach and do research at a university, take a role in government, start a private enterprise, or embark on a professional career. Our research-driven graduate programs will help guide you through a lifetime of intellectual study, opportunity, and challenge.
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Types of Programs
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- More than 70 professional graduate programs in health sciences, management, engineering, and more.
- More than 130 combined degree programs.
- 8 dual degree programs.
- More than 40 collaborative specializations if you are interested in interdisciplinary studies.
- 4 diploma programs for professionals who would like to pursue academic study but don’t wish to enrol in a graduate degree program.
Questions? Contact your graduate unit (department, centre, or institute).
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|Accounting and Finance||MAccFin|
|Adult Education and Community Development||MA / MEd / PhD|
|Aerospace Science and Engineering||MASc / MEng / PhD|
|Anthropology||MA / MSc / PhD|
|Architecture, Landscape, and Design||PhD|
|Art History||MA / PhD|
|Astronomy and Astrophysics||MSc / PhD|
|Biochemistry||MSc / PhD|
|Biomedical Engineering||MASc / MEng / PhD|
|Cell and Systems Biology||MSc / PhD|
|Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry||MASc / MEng / PhD|
|Chemistry||MSc / PhD|
|Child Study and Education||EdD / MA|
|Cinema Studies||MA / PhD|
|Cities Engineering and Management||MEngCEM|
|Civil Engineering||MASc / MEng / PhD|
|Classics||MA / PhD|
|Comparative Literature||MA / PhD|
|Computer Science||MSc / PhD|
|Counselling and Clinical Psychology – Field in Clinical and Counselling Psychology (OISE)||MA / PhD|
|Counselling and Clinical Psychology – Field in Clinical Psychology (UTSC)||MA / PhD|
|Counselling Psychology||EdD / MEd|
|Criminology and Sociolegal Studies||MA / PhD|
|Curriculum and Pedagogy||MA / MEd / PhD|
|Dentistry (Research)||MSc / PhD|
|Dentistry (with Specialty Training)||MSc / PhD|
|Developmental Psychology and Education||MA / MEd / PhD|
|Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies||MA / PhD|
|Earth Sciences||MASc / MSc / PhD|
|East Asian Studies||MA / PhD|
|Ecology and Evolutionary Biology||MSc / PhD|
|Economics||MA / PhD|
|Educational Leadership and Policy||EdD / MA / MEd / PhD|
|Electrical and Computer Engineering||MASc / MEng / PhD|
|English||MA / MA (Creative Writing) / PhD|
|Environmental Science||MEnvSc / PhD|
|European and Russian Affairs||MA|
|Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA)||MBA (EMBA)|
|Financial Risk Management||MFRM|
|Forestry||MScF / PhD|
|French Language and Literature||MA / PhD|
|Geography||MA / MSc / PhD|
|Germanic Languages and Literatures||MA|
|Germanic Literature, Culture and Theory||PhD|
|Global Executive Master of Business Administration (GEMBA)||MBA (GEMBA)|
|Global Executive Master of Business Administration for Healthcare and the Life Sciences (GEMBA-HLS)||MBA (GEMBA-HLS)|
|Global Professional Law||GPLLM|
|Health Policy, Management and Evaluation||MSc / PhD|
|Higher Education||EdD / MA / MEd / PhD|
|History||MA / PhD|
|History and Philosophy of Science and Technology||MA / PhD|
|Immunology||MSc / PhD|
|Industrial Relations and Human Resources||MIRHR / PhD|
|Information||MI / PhD|
|Italian Studies||MA / PhD|
|Kinesiology||MSc / PhD|
|Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology||MHSc / MSc / PhD|
|Language and Literacies Education||MA / MEd / PhD|
|Law||LLM / MSL / SJD|
|Linguistics||MA / PhD|
|Management and Professional Accounting||MMPA|
|Management of Innovation||MMI|
|Master of Business Administration (Extended Full-Time MBA)||MBA (Full-Time Extended)|
|Master of Business Administration (Full-Time MBA)||MBA (Full-Time)|
|Materials Science and Engineering||MASc / MEng / PhD|
|Mathematics||MSc / PhD|
|Mechanical and Industrial Engineering||MASc / MEng / PhD|
|Medical Biophysics||MSc / PhD|
|Medical Science||MSc / PhD|
|Medieval Studies||MA / PhD|
|Molecular Genetics||MSc / PhD|
|Music||MA / PhD|
|Music Performance||DMA / MMus|
|Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations||MA / PhD|
|Nursing Science||DN / MN / PhD|
|Nutritional Sciences||MSc / PhD|
|Pharmaceutical Sciences||MSc / PhD|
|Pharmacology||MSc / PhD|
|Philosophy||MA / PhD|
|Physics||MSc / PhD|
|Physiology||MSc / PhD|
|Planning||MScPl / PhD|
|Political Science||MA / PhD|
|Public Health Sciences||DrPH / MPH / MSc / PhD|
|Rehabilitation Science||MSc / PhD|
|Religion||MA / PhD|
|School and Clinical Child Psychology||MA / PhD|
|Slavic Languages and Literatures||MA / PhD|
|Social Justice Education||EdD / MA / MEd / PhD|
|Social Work||MSW / MSW (ITR) / PhD|
|Sociology||MA / PhD|
|Spanish||MA / PhD|
|Speech-Language Pathology (Practitioner)||MHSc|
|Speech-Language Pathology (Research)||MSc / PhD|
|Statistics||MSc / PhD|
|Translational Research in the Health Sciences||MHSc|
|Women and Gender Studies||MA / PhD|
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