Giving you the flexibility and independence to follow your passion.
Learn how to analyze, design, code, solve problems, and think critically with data. The undergraduate minor in Data Science lets you build experience with real data analysis tools, while working with subject matter experts across disciplines.
Environmental Science uses a multidisciplinary approach to understand the changes in our natural and human environment. The Environmental Science program focuses on hands-on research and field school opportunities to give you the experience you need to make a meaningful difference.
Nanoscience is the study of structures and materials on the scale of nanometers, and involves the ability to see and control atoms and molecules. Explore the fundamental parts of everything on earth, and get hands-on experience with cutting-edge instrumentation in North America’s only experience-driven nanoscience program.
Build a unique program based on what's important to you. The Natural Sciences degree option is an innovative multidisciplinary program that allows you to concentrate on two of the following specialties offered by the Faculty of Science: biology, chemistry, computer science, energy science, geoscience, mathematics, and/or physics.
Neuroscience is the study of nervous systems – from their form and function, to their development and evolution, to the various disorders. Our Neuroscience program gives you access to hands-on learning, paid summer internships with world-class neuroscientists, and small class sizes.
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Computational Media Design (CMD)
Our researchers work in computer human interaction (HCI), computer robot interaction (HRI), new media, design, computer games and more. A collaboration between the faculties of graduate studies, arts, science and environmental design, our program is breaking new ground in multiple fields and charting a path for the future.
The Government of Canada's Information and Communications Technology Council estimates that 305,000 jobs for digitally-skilled professionals will be needed by 2023. Take your career to the next level with our professional graduate programs, and join forces with over two million Canadians helping evolve our tech economy.