Our MI and MMSt students are eligible to enroll into a variety of Collaborative specializations (please see below). These collaborative specializations are the result of cooperation between two or more graduate units, e.g., faculties, departments, centres, or institutes. They provide students with a broad base from which to explore interdisciplinary areas, allow students to pursue specialized subject interests, or special developments within particular disciplines.
To be eligible:
- Student must be admitted/enrolled/registered in our MI or MMSt program
- Be admitted to, and enrolled in, one of the collaborating graduate units – students must apply directly to the collaborative graduate unit
- Fulfill all the degree program requirements for the MI or MMSt program
- Fulfill any additional requirements of the specific collaborative program
Upon completion of the collaborative specialization, students’ transcripts will denote a specialization in the particular program area.
To learn more about each collaborative specialization, you can reach out to the respective Faculty liaisons.
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