University of Toronto: Toronto, Ontario

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    Students undertake graduate study in history and philosophy of science and technology from a wide range of academic and professional backgrounds, and the Graduate Co-ordinator considers each applicant more >

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    The Integrated Manufacturing Collaborative Program provides students with a broad understanding of manufacturing issues, concepts and techniques, their integration and application. more >

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    The Department of Sociology at the University of Toronto offers graduate programs leading to the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees. more >

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    At the heart of planning lies a commitment to better cities, healthy environments and social and economic well-being for everyone. more >

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    Torontois Centre for Medieval Studies is the largest and best-known graduate program in medieval studies in North America, famous for its core program in medieval Latin and exceptional training in man more >

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    The Developmental Psychology and Education program offers studies leading to the M.A., M.Ed., Ph.D., and Ed.D. degrees. more >

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    Our Department is one of the foremost centres for the study of Slavic Languages and Literatures in North America, indeed, throughout the world. more >

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    Our department is home to a bright and diverse student body and exceptional teaching facilities that emphasize hands-on, continuous learning. more >

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    The primary aim of the graduate program in Criminology is to provide students with opportunities for advanced multi disciplinary study and supervised research experience pertaining to crime and the ad more >

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    The Department of Statistics was established in 1977 in the School of Graduate Studies to offer graduate level instruction and to pursue research in both pure and applied statistics and probability. more >

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    The Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations is concerned with the interdisciplinary study of the civilizations and cultures of the Near and Middle East from neolithic times until present, more >

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    The Collaborative Program in Jewish Studies offers both broad and intensive exposure to the constituent fields within Jewish Studies. more >

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    The MD/PhD Program at the University of Toronto, offered jointly by the School of Graduate Studies and the Faculty of Medicine, provides highly qualified students the opportunity to combine fundamenta more >

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    The Faculty's research stream programs include the Masters of Science in Forestry (MScF) and the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). more >

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    Faculty members in the Department of Immunology study a variety of basic and clinically related topics related to the function of the immune system. more >

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    Faculty in the department conduct field-based research on both land and sea throughout the world, as well as experimental studies of rock-forming processes, meteoritics and theoretical modeling. more >

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    Research programs focus on basic and clinical nutrition related to human health and chronic diseases. more >

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    As one of the largest and finest History Departments in North America, we have much to offer: a rich diversity in faculty (80 members), areas of scholarship, student community, and resources. more >

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    The Curriculum Studies and Teacher Development Program is a forum for systematic reflection on the substance, purposes, and practices used for bringing about learning in educational settings. more >

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    Originating in 1967, the Department of Linguistics offers graduate degree programs (MA and Ph.D.) in three areas: Theoretical Linguistics (generative grammar: phonology, morphology, syntax), Language more >

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    With over 80 graduate students currently enrolled in its programs (Literature or Linguistics), and more than 20 different seminars offered in French every year (in both disciplines), the Department of more >

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