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Graduate programs

Explore our innovative and market-driven graduate programs.

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Accounting (Graduate Diploma)

The Graduate Diploma in Accounting is a professional program accredited by the Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA) of Ontario.


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Applied Bioscience (Doctoral program)

The primary objective of the PhD in Applied Bioscience program is to train students to become high-quality researchers at the interface between chemistry and biology.


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Applied Bioscience (Master's program)

Applied Bioscience is a unique collaborative program offered by an interdisciplinary network of chemists, biologists and health scientists.


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Automotive Engineering (Master's program)

The master's programs in Automotive Engineering provide students with a detailed understanding of advanced technologies and processes related to automotive systems.


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Computer Science (Doctoral program)

The PhD program in Computer Science focuses on applied research with the aim of producing highly trained researchers for industry and academia. There are four fields in the program: Digital Media, Information Science, Networks and IT Security, and Software Design.


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Computer Science (Master's program)

The Computer Science master's program is broad based and covers concepts from engineering, science and business with the aim of producing high-quality software professionals.


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Criminology (master's program)

The Criminology master's program provides students with a solid foundation of advanced knowledge in criminological theory, sophisticated research methodologies, complex quantitative and qualitative applications and contemporary substantive issues in criminology.


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Criminology and Social Justice (Doctoral Program)

The PhD in Criminology and Social Justice combines disciplinary and specialized study in Criminology, study in qualitative research methods and statistics, and applied learning experiences to prepare students to work in a variety of settings.


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Education (Master of Arts - Online program)

At UOIT, the graduate programs in Education are designed specifically to prepare future leaders and specialists in learning and technology.


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Education (Master of Education - online program)

The Master of Education is an interactive online program that allows you to work with leading-edge technology and to be part of an international, dynamic, collaborative learning environment.


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Education and Digital Technologies (Graduate Diploma - Online program)

The Graduate Diploma in Education and Digital Technologies is an online program that provides educators with an alternative form of professional development when they do not wish to do a full master's degree.


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Electrical and Computer Engineering (Doctoral program)

The doctoral program in Electrical and Computer Engineering aims to furnish students with the highest possible level of knowledge and scholarship in their areas of expertise.


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Electrical and Computer Engineering (Master's program)

This master's program covers a broad range of topics within Electrical and Computer Engineering. The discipline involves the design and manufacturing of electrical and computer technologies and their component parts, as well as the integration of electrical components into complex systems.


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Engineering Management (Graduate Diploma)

The Graduate Diploma in Engineering Management is ideal for students who are interested in graduate-level courses in business and management practices within an engineering context, but do not wish to commit to a full master's degree.


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Engineering Management (Master's program)

The Master of Engineering Management program allows students to study topics in planning, allocating resources, and directing and controlling activities that have an engineering or technological component.


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Forensic Psychology (doctoral program)

The PhD in Forensic Psychology combines disciplinary and specialized study in Forensic Psychology, study in research methods and statistics, and applied learning experiences to prepare students to work in a variety of settings.


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Forensic Psychology (Master's program)

The Master of Science program in Forensic Psychology combines disciplinary and specialized study in the field, study in research methods and statistics, and applied learning experiences to prepare students to work in a variety of settings.


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Health Sciences (Master's program)

The master's program in Health Sciences focuses on providing students with opportunities to develop the knowledge and skills required to conduct high-quality research that culminates in a master's thesis.


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Information Technology Security (Master's program)

The master's program in Information Technology Security is one of the first of its kind in Canada and one of few specialized IT security graduate degree programs available in the world.


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Materials Science (Doctoral program)

The PhD in Materials Science program is jointly offered by UOIT and Trent University. Courses are taught by faculty from both institutions via traditional face-to-face instruction, augmented by the collaborative implementation of lectures and research meetings at a distance.


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Materials Science (Master's program)

Materials Science is a broad multidisciplinary area of science that involves the understanding and prediction of the properties of matter. The program is offered jointly by UOIT and Trent University.


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Mechanical Engineering (Doctoral program)

Focus areas of research include mechatronics and manufacturing, as well as energy and thermofluids engineering. Automotive systems are also a major focus, as this discipline relates to many applications in mechanical engineering.


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Mechanical Engineering (Master's Program)

This master's program allows students to either study the broad areas within Mechanical Engineering or focus in one of the following fields: Design, Energy and Thermofluids Engineering, or Mechatronics and Manufacturing Engineering.


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Modelling and Computational Science (Doctoral program)

The PhD in Modelling and Computational Science program, led by an interdisciplinary faculty team, is at the confluence of mathematics, science and computer science and is built on a solid foundation of high-quality research that is relevant to the needs of society.


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Modelling and Computational Science (Master's program)

The Modelling and Computational Science master's program, led by an interdisciplinary faculty team, is at the confluence of mathematics, science and computer science and teaches students how to use mathematical modelling when studying real-world phenomena.


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Nuclear Design Engineering (Graduate Diploma)

This graduate diploma consists of four specific courses related to nuclear power plant design, plant safety, design process and procedures, and design for operations and maintenance.


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Nuclear Engineering (Doctoral program)

The main objective of this doctoral program is to prepare graduates for a career in research and/or teaching in academia or industry; leadership positions that require problem solving skills with highly specialized knowledge often in interdisciplinary fields; or positions involving management of finances, projects and people.


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Nuclear Engineering (Master's program)

The Nuclear Engineering graduate programs encompass the nuclear power industry, from fuel manufacture to radioactive waste disposal, and the many and varied applications of radiation in industrial and medical disciplines.


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Nuclear Technology (Graduate Diploma)

Six graduate diplomas in Nuclear Technology are offered based on areas of sub-specialization within the fields of Nuclear Power and Radiological and Health Physics.


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UNENE Graduate Diploma

The UNENE Graduate Diploma in Nuclear Engineering is offered jointly between UOIT and McMaster University. The graduate diploma will allow students to broaden their knowledge and enhance their core skills without the commitment of a full master’s degree.


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UNENE MEng in Nuclear Engineering

The UNENE master's program is designed for the working professional, providing engineers the enhanced knowledge, tools, technology as well as business and management skills necessary to keep them at the forefront of their profession.


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Work Disability Prevention (Graduate Diploma)

This graduate diploma is offered in collaboration with the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and focuses on the uptake and implementation of new knowledge for practicing professionals working in health-related fields.

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