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Applied and Industrial Mathematics

Mathematics is a key component of problem solving and the dominant language of natural science. You will learn concepts, principles, qualitative and quantitative methods, and innovative problem-solving skills. Additionally, you will gain valuable experience by means of relevant, work-related research projects.


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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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Biological Science

Biological science is the study of life at its most fundamental level. The foundational areas of cell biology, genetics and molecular biology, physiology, biochemistry and developmental biology are mastered in this program.


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Biological Science - Advanced Entry

Admission requirements: An Ontario college advanced diploma (or equivalent) in Biotechnology-Advanced with a minimum mid-B average.


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Chemistry

From the experimental to the theoretical, our program exposes you to all major fields of chemistry: physical, analytical, organic, inorganic and biochemistry.


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Computer Science

Computer science is the study of the theoretical foundations of information and computation and their implementation and application in computer systems. Our program explores concepts, principles, qualitative and quantitative methods, innovative problem-solving skills, and practical applications.


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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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Computer Science - Advanced Entry

Admission requirements: An Ontario college advanced diploma in Computer Programmer Analyst or Computer Engineering Technology with a minimum mid-B average. Programs from Durham College, George Brown College and Humber College pre-approved.


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Data Science

Data scientists who are capable of turning vast quantities of data into insight are highly sought after by a variety of industries. You will develop the necessary problem-solving, critical thinking, analytical, computational and communication skills to meet employers’ needs.


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Forensic Science

Our program is fully accredited by the Forensic Science Education Program Accreditation Commission recognizing that our curriculum, labs, faculty and research have met the rigorous standards set by the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.


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Life Sciences

With specialized courses such as Neuroscience and Human Anatomy, you will gain a detailed understanding of the structure and functioning of the human body. This program provides an excellent basis for writing the Medical College Admission Test® (MCAT®) exam and for satisfying course requirements for applying to medical school.


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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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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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Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Pharmaceutical Chemistry is a specialization within the university's Chemistry program. The Pharmaceutical Chemistry program provides an integrated basic grounding in chemical science fundamental to the pharmaceutical industry.


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Physics

Force, motion, light, sound, electricity, magnetism and the structure of matter lie at the heart of natural sciences and technology. You will benefit from exposure to cutting‑edge research in renewable energy, semiconductor devices, microelectronics, materials science, biophysics, computational physics and astrophysics.


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Science - Advanced Entry

Admission requirements: An Ontario college advanced diploma in Pharmaceutical and Food Science Technology with a minimum mid-B average. Durham College program pre-approved for admission.

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