The University of Winnipeg

Canada / Manitoba

  • Degree : Graduate - Undergraduate
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  • Intake : January
  • Deadline for application : 01 Jun 2022
  • Language Requirements : ✓  International Certificate in English at B2 level

The University of Winnipeg Description


The University of Winnipeg is a dynamic campus and a downtown hub that connects people from diverse cultures and nurtures global citizens.

We offer high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs including several that are unique in Western Canada: for example, a Bachelor of Arts in Human Rights, and a Master’s degree in Development Practice with a focus on Indigenous Development. Our graduates value their educational experience, as UWinnipeg is known for small class sizes, academic excellence and commitment to Indigenous inclusion.

The Richardson College for the Environment & Science Complex accommodates over 2,000 students, faculty, staff and visitors daily. As one of the most innovative Science Complexes in Canada, our renowned professors, graduate and undergraduate students are researching and studying the most challenging issues we face: climate change, isotope productions and cancer tests, and pollutants in our air and lakes. Our state-of-the-art Axworthy Health and RecPlex offers new research and student practicum opportunities in kinesiology, education and applied health. The RecPlex offers sports and recreation programs for students, Wesmen athletes and the broader community.

Whether you are a new or returning student, welcome!

University of Winnipeg Description


he University of Winnipeg, a well-renowned university in Manitoba, Canada, is noted for its small class size, academic excellence, and environmental commitment. With a dynamic campus and a downtown hub, the university caters to more than 10,000 students with over 10 per cent international students from over 75 countries. It offers a diverse range of programs, including both undergraduate and graduate degrees, diplomas and certificates. Centrally located in downtown Winnipeg, the university’s campus offers a range of facilities such as library, computer lab, fitness center, seven restaurants, medical clinic, book store and student lounges.

The university also takes pride in offering programs that are unique in Western Canada. Majority of the programs involve multi-disciplinary approach, giving opportunities to students to network with other scholars. The students can also expect research and learning opportunities under the guidance of dedicated professors who provide personalized attention to every student and help them succeed. The best aspect of the university is its third-lowest tuition fees in Canada. International students who seek high-quality education at affordable rates, the University of Winnipeg is an ideal platform for their academic journey.


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Undergraduate
CAD7,620 Per Semester
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What is Classics? Classics is the study of Greek and Roman culture, society, and history through a variety of disciplinary approaches: archaeology, philology (the study of Latin and ancient Greek), literature, art history, social history, political history and thought, philosophy, religion and mythology. Why study Classics? Why not study Classics? Studying Classics fosters both knowledge and skills. Works of Greek and Roman literature, art, history,…

Undergraduate
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This program explores the nature and dynamics of human conflict and looks at appropriate alternatives for dealing with conflict in ways that develop healthy relationships and prevent violence. Conflict Resolution Studies is a joint program offered through the cooperation of The University of Winnipeg and Menno Simons College, which is located on the University campus. Conflict Resolution Studies prepares students to understand and interact constructively…

Undergraduate
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The Criminal Justice program focuses on the study of social and government responses to criminal justice. This includes a study of law making and lawbreaking and transgression, including different dimensions of the police, courts, and corrections. The program also explores issues of social justice, crime, law, socio-legal studies, offending, victims, and policy and practices found in institutions of justice. Criminal Justice is an interdisciplinary…

Undergraduate
CAD7,620 Per Semester
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Developmental Studies deals with the analysis of biological, environmental, and social factors that influence both individual and group development. Developmental Studies draws perspectives and methods from many disciplines to provide a coherent analysis of development. As such, it has specific relevance to a growing number of occupations and professions, especially in the areas of child care, gerontology, and family studies. There are three streams…

Undergraduate
CAD7,620 Per Semester
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Disability Studies is an interdisciplinary program focused on the critical analysis of disability in society which includes the study of disability as a social, scientific, cultural, historical, and political construction. Disability Studies will challenge you to think about “disability” and “ability” in a new way. Using a social model lens, the problem becomes a lack of ramps rather than the fact that someone uses a wheelchair. In this program students…

Undergraduate
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ENGLISH This program offers the study of literature, the English language, and the process of writing. Studies in English enrich your enjoyment and understanding of all forms of literature. In the English program you will read a wide variety of texts, study the English language, and investigate and practice the process of writing. You will be asked to consider questions such as how culture, gender, ethnicity, race, social class, and/or historical…

Undergraduate
CAD7,620 Per Semester
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An increasing number of students find interdisciplinary study rewarding. By expanding beyond “normal” major boundaries, courses are combined in creative, non-traditional ways, allowing you to organize a program of study that is both personally interesting and professionally relevant. With the assistance of a Faculty Sponsor and an Advisory Committee, you can design your own major related to a central theme or focus. Student-Designed Majors usually…

Undergraduate
CAD7,620 Per Semester
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French Studies provides a diverse curriculum encompassing study in language, linguistics, and literature. The French Studies program is an integral part of the Modern Languages & Literatures Department. It encompasses study in language, linguistics, literature, and culture as well as overlapping fields of knowledge such as philosophy, sociology, history, aesthetics, and Indigenous studies. We offer language courses in areas such as writing, translation…

Undergraduate
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The German Studies program in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures offers up-to-date, effective language instruction for beginners through to advanced students. Even if you have no prior knowledge of German, it is possible to begin and complete a degree in German Studies. Many students choose to combine a degree in this area with a related field such as English, French, History, or Education. Even if you do not major in German Studies,…

Undergraduate
CAD7,620 Per Semester
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Historians care for and interpret the past by examining a variety of evidence from written, oral, material, and visual sources. We attempt to understand change by paying close attention to the complexities and injustices of the past. As a history student, you will explore lives of figures whose work has stimulated large scale and permanent change in the way that we think about the world around us.You will also study the everyday experiences of people…

Undergraduate
CAD7,620 Per Semester
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Art has the ability to transform space and create dialogue that invokes social change throughout different moments of time and various societies. Works of art and buildings have shaped our world with marvel and intrigue. Have you ever wondered how Michelangelo came to produce one of his most influential works on the Sistine Chapel ceiling, or why artists Goota Ashnoona and Betye Saar are so highly influential, or how the prehistoric indigenous petroforms…

Undergraduate
CAD7,620 Per Semester
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A major in Human Rights will expose you to issues of human rights from diverse perspectives - conflict resolution, gender studies, international development studies, politics, history, geography, philosophy, anthropology, economics, and religious studies. The Human Rights program - offered through the Global College - provides you with the opportunity to structure your education around the study of social justice, global citizenship, and human rights.…

Undergraduate
CAD7,620 Per Semester
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The Department of Indigenous Studies is grounded in the intellectual and cultural heritage of Indigenous peoples in Canada (including First Nations, Non-Status, Inuit, and Métis) and around the globe. Students from all backgrounds and disciplines explore the unique complexities and broad, diverse cultures associated with Indigenous studies. IS maintains at its core a focus on policies, acts, and treaties that have and continue to affect the lives…

Undergraduate
CAD7,620 Per Semester
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The study of Linguistics at The University of Winnipeg considers the relationship between language, culture and communication. Interdisciplinary Linguistics examines the complexities of human language across a variety of university departments. In this program, you will explore elements of language structure, the relationship between language form and meaning, language variation and change over time, as well as issues of language use in daily communication…

Undergraduate
CAD7,620 Per Semester
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International Development Studies (IDS) is a program that challenges students to explore the causes and consequences of processes that promote some individuals, communities, and nations, and exclude others. Are you interested in issues of social justice? Would you like to learn, live, and work in a way that helps make society more equitable, sustainable, and peaceful? International Development Studies, offered in conjunction with Menno Simons College,…

Undergraduate
CAD7,620 Per Semester
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MENNONITE STUDIES Mennonite Studies is an interdisciplinary program that explores the history, social relations, religious ideals, and culture of the Mennonites. This program offers students an opportunity to study the rich heritage of the Mennonites and their contribution to society. Through small courses and seminars, students will explore the past and present culture of the Mennonites, especially their deeply-rooted commitment to peace and non-violence.…

Undergraduate
CAD7,620 Per Semester
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Philosophy is the use of reason and dialogue to understand and try to answer questions that are common to all human beings about what is of value, what is real, and what we can know. Philosophy is concerned with questions that any person, at any time or place, can wonder about and seek to answer. Such questions include: Can we prove that God exists? What is justice? What is the best life for me? How can I know when I am right and when I am mistaken?…

Undergraduate
CAD7,620 Per Semester
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The study of religion aims to understand religious thought and practices as aspects of the culture and society that produced them. It offers an opportunity to explore beliefs and ideas, philosophies and mythologies, rituals and symbols, etc., that shape the cultures and civilizations of the world both in historical perspective and as contemporary phenomena. In the process of this exploration, the Religion & Culture program sensitizes students to…

Undergraduate
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This program offers studies in the theory, analysis, and practice of a variety of communications: written, oral, visual, and digital. Majoring in Rhetoric and Communications will help you become a highly adaptable communicator with superb hands-on skills in drafting, revising, and editing. You will also acquire the theoretical and analytical background to prepare, adapt, interpret, and evaluate messages intended for a wide range of audiences and…

Undergraduate
CAD7,620 Per Semester
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In the broadest sense, sociology is the study of human interactions and inter-relations, their conditions and consequences." ~ Morris Ginsberg By utilizing a combination of theory, research, and lived experience, sociologists explore human behaviour as it occurs over time and across cultures. They ask questions such as: Why is there poverty? Is there a relationship between delinquency and social class? How do immigrants manage new and diverse experiences?…

Undergraduate
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In Spanish Studies, we offer a 3-year BA (Single Major, Double Major, Combined Major). Our courses will help you to develop your communications skills and your critical thinking skills-a must in order to grasp the subtleties of interacting with the different Hispanic cultures. You will deepen your understanding of the Latin American and Spanish cultures and history through the analysis of texts and videos from the Internet and the media, the study…

Undergraduate
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This program offers courses in acting/performance (including screen acting and musical theatre), filmmaking, design, drama in education, playwriting, directing, stage management and theatre production. Theatre creates a world apart from us, but one so captivating that it easily draws us in. It takes many people to produce this world: playwrights, actors, dancers, singers, costume and set designers, lighting specialists, directors, stage managers,…

Undergraduate
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Urban and Inner-City Studies is an interdisciplinary Major concerned with the examination of the city as a dynamic environment. Our unique location serves as a gateway for north end residents to enter the University of Winnipeg and as a place for the larger UWinnipeg student body to connect to and learn from the north end community. The program combines a traditional urban studies focus with courses that examine various aspects of the inner city,…

Undergraduate
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Women's and Gender Studies promotes an intersectional approach to understanding social problems and phenomena. It pays special attention to the ways sex, gender, and sexuality are shaped by colonialism, racism, ageism, homophobia, and transphobia, as well as by constructions of difference based on class, (dis)ability, religion, ethnicity, and culture. Our unique department brings these perspectives to the university, and represents feminism in the…

Undergraduate
CAD7,755 Per Semester
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Welcome to the University of Winnipeg Biology Department website. In this space you will discover that Biology is a broad discipline which includes the subject areas of botany, zoology, microbiology, cell biology, molecular biology, ecology, animal behaviour and genetics. Within these diverse subject areas, our department offers a wide variety of courses and programs that lead to both Bachelor of Science (BSc) and Master of Science (MSc) degrees.…

Undergraduate
CAD7,755 Per Semester
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chemistry is the essential science to the building blocks of life. It spans all aspects of our lives, from our health and nutrition to our scientific discoveries and management of an environmentally sustainable world. A degree in this “central science” can take you anywhere, allowing you to specialize in Analytical Chemistry, BioChemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, or Physical Chemistry. Chemists are at the…

Undergraduate
CAD7,755 Per Semester
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poken by over 220 million francophones worldwide, French is an official language of the United Nations, NATO, UNESCO, the Vatican, the Olympic Games, the World Trade Organization, the World Health Organization, Amnesty International, the Red Cross and many countries including Canada, Belgium, Switzerland, Senegal, Rwanda and Haïti, to name just a few. In the global world of the 21st century, becoming bilingual is more desirable and relevant than…

Undergraduate
CAD9,180 Per Semester
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Geography is a discipline that integrates the natural and social sciences; it explains how human and environmental systems function and interact. The University of Winnipeg Geography program is divided into four areas of study: Physical Geographyexamines components of the natural environment including landforms, weather and climate, soils and vegetative systems, and their impacts on humans. Human Geographyfocuses on variations in the “human landscape”…

Undergraduate
CAD7,755 Per Semester
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The modern German language was born in the 16th century when two groups of dialects known as Frankish and Alemannic merged into a single language. As a result of the wide circulation of Martin Luther’s German translation of the Bible (1534), the new language quickly grew in influence and prestige. First taught as a language of culture, German was the mother tongue of many brilliant writers such as Goethe, Schiller, Kafka, Thomas Mann, Bertolt Brecht…

Undergraduate
CAD7,755 Per Semester
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About Local Roots, Global Reach The Department of History at the University of Winnipeg encompasses a diverse community of scholars, faculty members, undergraduate and graduate students dedicated to the study of the past. Our Department offers courses and fosters research in a wide range of areas, themes and eras; from Winnipeg itself to Canada and the Americas, and from Europe to Africa and Asia. Our study of the global experiences of humankind…

Undergraduate
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Our department is proud to offer two programs that are accredited. Our Bachelor of Kinesiology program is accredited by CCUPEKA, the Canadian Council of University Physical Education and Kinesiology Administrators. Our Bachelor of Science in Athletic Therapy program is accredited by CATA, the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association. The Department of Kinesiology and Applied Health at The University of Winnipeg is student-centred with small classes…

Undergraduate
CAD7,755 Per Semester
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Mathematics Mathematics is often described as the "queen of the sciences". It is essential to many fields, including engineering, finance, medicine, economics and the natural sciences. Math is everywhere! It is used to secure your data when you enter it online, in fraud detection, to understand medical scans, in weather prediction, for modeling wildfires and for creating efficient networks for security systems or air traffic. Studying mathematics…

Undergraduate
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Political Science is the systematic study of power, authority and governance that helps us understand and engage in the important processes and institutions that structure our lives. Whether we are conscious of it or not, politics affects our lives on a daily basis and in a vast number of ways. How we identify and think of ourselves, the activities we are permitted and encouraged to participate in, and how resources are allocated throughout society…

Undergraduate
CAD9,652 Per Semester
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Business and Administration explores the concepts, techniques, and challenges involved in helping organizations achieve their objectives. The world is changing, the demands of employers are evolving and challenges that were once local are now global. Recognizing change, adapting to it and being ready for it, are the hallmarks of good business leadership. At The University of Winnipeg, business education means getting ready for the future by helping…

Undergraduate
CAD9,652 Per Semester
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Economics is the study of how choices made by individuals, business firms, governments, and other organizations determine the way a society’s resources are used. Economics will help you understand how markets work, how choices and tradeoffs are made in the face of limited resources, and how these affect outcomes such as savings, taxation, economic growth, income inequality, healthcare and pollution levels in society. An economics degree will provide…

Undergraduate
CAD9,652 Per Semester
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Economics and Finance is the study of the role that financial instruments and financial markets play in a modern market economy. Knowledge of Economics and Finance is critical to an understanding of the way in which investors, private firms and governments use financial instruments and markets. Economics and Finance analyzes how financial instruments and markets can contribute to the well-being of all members of society. These instruments and markets…

Undergraduate
CAD8,025 Per Semester
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The Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin) is designed for students interested in sport administration, sport/fitness equipment design and sales, inclusive physical activity for persons with disabilities, working with seniors in exercise settings, children's physical activity programs outside the school system, fitness assessment, training/exercise prescription in various public facilities, corporate fitness/ergonomic programs, among other physical activity…

Undergraduate
CAD8,025 Per Semester
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This stream is one of 7 programs across Canada accredited by the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association (CATA). Graduates, who successfully complete the CATA certification exams, earn the right to work as an Athletic Therapist with sports teams, in clinical practice or in other related fields such as insurance case managers, industrial return to work, and the arts such as ballet, Cirque de Soleil etc. Students may also choose this stream for pre-professional…

Undergraduate
CAD8,025 Per Semester
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The three-year major is designed primarily for students wishing to pursue a career in teaching. In the third year of study, students apply to the Faculty of Education and complete a two-year after-degree program. The student would earn both a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education AND Bachelor of Education. Some students choose to use the three-year degree as an entry to other professional degrees or simply seek employment in physical activity…

Undergraduate
CAD9,180 Per Semester
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Anthropology is the study of humankind, our nature as biological, cultural, and social beings, and the changes in our ways of life from earliest times to the present day. Well-known anthropologists include Margaret Mead, famous for her work in Samoan and New Guinea cultures, and Jane Goodall, who has made significant discoveries about primate societies. If you are interested in human biological evolution, in ancient societies, or in the diversity…

Undergraduate
CAD9,180 Per Semester
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APPLIED COMPUTER SCIENCE The Applied Computer Science program focuses on the theory and application of computing in business and scientific environments. The Applied Computer Science major is designed to prepare students in the following core areas: • Programming Fundamentals (object-oriented, event driven, algorithms) • Information Management (database systems, data modeling/warehousing, relational databases) • Software Engineering (software requirements,…

Undergraduate
CAD9,180 Per Semester
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Bioanthropology is a unique program that combines aspects of anthropology with the biological and physical sciences. It is designed to examine human biological systems of the past and present. This degree combines the information and methodologies of Anatomy, Anthropology, Archaeology, Biochemistry, Biology, and Geography with the techniques of the physical sciences to examine human biological systems of the past and present. It is an Anthropology…

Undergraduate
CAD9,180 Per Semester
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This degree combines knowledge and methodologies of biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, and microbiology with those of the physical sciences to investigate living systems. Biochemistry is the chemistry of life. It includes the structure and function of biologically important molecules, such as proteins, nucleic acids like DNA, carbohydrates, lipids, and many smaller biologicallyactive chemicals. Biochemistry graduates work in many different fields.…

Undergraduate
CAD9,180 Per Semester
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Biology is the study of any form of life, from the DNA molecule to the interactions of organisms within the various ecosystems of the earth. Biology is a broad discipline, which includes the subject areas of botany, zoology, microbiology, cell biology, ecology, and genetics. It examines all life forms from the simple to the complex, and is an ideal partner to study in chemistry, physics, and mathematics. If you have an aptitude for science and possess…

Undergraduate
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Chemistry is the study of the composition and properties of matter, the transformations they undergo, and the associated energies. Chemistry is the essential science to the building blocks of life and spans all aspects of our lives, from health and nutrition to scientific discoveries and management of an environmentally sustainable world. Chemists are at the forefront of unravelling the mysteries of the most complex chemical systems. If you are interested…

Undergraduate
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The Department of Environmental Studies and Sciences provides interdisciplinary programs that have a holistic view of the environment. Following the general principles of sustainability, the courses provide an integrated approach to understanding the environment, examining human impact, and providing a framework to develop solutions to environmental problems. Students in the BSc program choose from four different streams: Forest Ecology - study of…

Undergraduate
CAD9,180 Per Semester
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Mathematics is the science of number, quantity and space and is often described as the "queen of the sciences." Mathematics is essential to many fields, including data science, finance, medicine, technology, economics, engineering and the natural sciences. Math is everywhere! Math is used to secure your data when you enter it online, in fraud detection, to understand medical scans, in weather prediction, for modeling wildfires and for creating efficient…

Undergraduate
CAD9,180 Per Semester
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Neuroscience is an interdisciplinary program that focuses on the brain basis of mind and behaviour. Core material includes courses from Psychology, Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry and Physics that explore the function of the nervous system in health and disease. Neuroscience is a natural science discipline that explores the neurological processes that control mind and behaviour. Topics in neuroscience can be studied at multiple levels from the molecular…

Undergraduate
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Physics is the quest to understand all natural phenomena using scientific methods. Research in physics has led to revolutionary discoveries like lasers, magnetic resonance imaging, fibre optic communications, and transistors. These developments, and those following from fundamental physics research, have had, and will have, great importance upon human society in the twenty-first century. The University of Winnipeg has a nationally recognized Physics…

Undergraduate
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Ultrasound, Magnetic Resonance, Computed Tomography, Nuclear Medicine, X-rays, Radiation Therapy, are all branches of medical physics in which continued research is being conducted by a very large group of dedicated researchers consisting of highly qualified physicists, engineers and radiologists. The program at UWinnipeg leads to a Bachelor of Science degree (4-year Honours) and provides excellent preparation for entry into a graduate program, such…

Undergraduate
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From the transistor to the internet to the quantum computer, physicists have always played a leading role in the development of new computing hardware and methods. Computational physics is the study of physics using computational methods. It is an expanding field that combines computer science, physics, and applied mathematics to solve complex problems. In the computational physics stream, you will learn all about the fundamental laws of nature,…

Undergraduate
CAD9,180 Per Semester
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Registered Psychiatric Nurses (RPNs) work in the fields of mental health, developmental challenges and rehabilitation and recovery with individuals, families, groups, or communities. Brandon University’s Faculty of Health Studies and The University of Winnipeg have teamed up to offer a dynamic program in Psychiatric Nursing. Students in the program take some UWinnipeg courses, as well as mostly Brandon University courses, which are taught primarily…

Undergraduate
CAD9,180 Per Semester
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Radiation Therapists are involved in the planning, simulation and delivery of radiation treatments to patients who have diseases such as cancer. Therapists also perform patient assessments and provide education and emotional support to patients throughout their treatment. Radiation Therapists work as members of a team to deliver integrated care to patients. Working in both treatment planning and delivery, they are responsible for developing treatment…

Undergraduate
CAD9,180 Per Semester
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Today’s society is awash with information and data; the Internet has the capacity to flood us with raw information. Politicians, interest groups, and the media cite numbers, ratios, and percentages to bolster points of view. Whose numbers can we believe? Does a certain pesticide cause cancer? Is the economy really up? Is that new medical treatment really effective? Statistics offers the tools to answer these kinds of questions. It has an almost limitless…

Graduate
CAD6,999 Per Semester
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The Master of Arts (MA) in Criminal Justice provides opportunities for graduate training in theory, methods and research, as well as options to learn in research field placements related to potential future domains of employment such as policing, corrections, social services and policy development. Applications for the following Fall entry open online each November (e.g., for entry in September 2022, online opens up November 2021). Because of its…

Graduate
CAD6,999 Per Semester
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What is Cultural Studies? Cultural Studies is an interdisciplinary field, drawing on theories and practices from a range of humanities and social sciences disciplines, that seeks to investigate the ways in which cultures produce and are produced. At the centre of Cultural Studies sits a host of questions, such as what constitutes a text, how some texts, visual images, and cultural artifacts come to be valued over others, and how questions of value…

Graduate
CAD6,999 Per Semester
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The Master of Arts in Applied Economics (MAE) program teaches students to use the tools of economics to tackle pressing socio-economic problems in our society today. Students will learn how economics informs policy in a variety of fields, including regulation, health care, environmental policy, poverty, and labour issues. Students may complete a concentration in either Policy Analysis or Environmental, Resource and Development Economics. This program…

Graduate
CAD6,999 Per Semester
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Master of Arts in Indigenous Governance The two-year program Master of Arts (MA) in Indigenous Governance offers students an innovative and unique indigenous-centered, graduate level education. The MA in Indigenous Governance is a multidisciplinary program grounded in an understanding of Indigenous peoples' values, principles, and philosophies. The approach we foster is one that combines a supportive environment for students of all backgrounds, while…

The Master of Science (MSc) in Applied Computer Science and Society focuses on issues of technology and ethical/human/social aspects of computing. We offer courses in three core clusters that represent frontiers of the discipline. These are: Information Representation, Search and Management, Intelligent Systems, and Systems Development. In this program, you will have the opportunity to work with outstanding faculty who have a wide range of research…

The Master of Science (MSc) in Bioscience, Technology and Public Policy provides advanced training in the life sciences. It also places this body of knowledge into the broader context of a modern society – where scientific advancements can bring not only improvements, but also unforeseen consequences and challenges. This program provides students with breadth and depth of knowledge in their field of biology, while developing the skills to communicate…

Graduate
CAD6,999 Per Semester
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The world is changing rapidly — with environmental and social challenges growing in both number and magnitude. From the implications of COVID-19 to managing the social and ecological impacts of energy production, there is an urgency to address human impact on the environment. Creative, collaborative thinkers are needed to solve existing local, regional, and global problems. Our understanding and ability to successfully navigate environmental and…

Graduate
CAD13,357 Per Semester
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The University of Winnipeg offers a Master in Management (MiM). With the focus of the MiM on technology, innovation and operations management, the degree is addressing the challenges and opportunities facing organizations in all industries. Innovation has become a priority of most governments, private industry, and community organizations. Technology continues to play a key role in the business world, and in supporting innovative ideas. Operations…

Graduate
CAD5,096 Per Semester
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The Master of Marriage and Family Therapy is a clinical degree. It is a non-thesis program with courses that provide students with a systemic/relational theoretical framework for their clinical work. The MMFT Program of study consists of 63 credit hours (59 required and four elective credits). Supervised Marriage and Family Therapy courses (i.e., practicum) make up 24 of the 63 credit hours in the Program. Students are required to provide 500 hours…

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