Our MI, MMSt and PhD students are eligible to complete a variety of collaborative specializations. 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, and allow students to pursue specialized subject interests or special developments within particular disciplines.
- Students must be admitted to or already enrolled in the MI, MMSt, or PhD program
- Students must apply directly to and be accepted by the collaborative graduate unit
- Students must fulfill all the degree program requirements for the MI, MMSt, or PhD program
- Students must fulfill the 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 / Coordinators.
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