General Regulations and Information Governing All Graduate Students

The graduate degrees of Doctor of Philosophy, Master of Applied Statistics, Master of Arts, Master of Business Administration, Master of Education, Master of Engineering, Master of Nursing, Master of Philosophy, Master of Physical Education, Master of Science, Master of Science in Pharmacy, and Master of Social Work are awarded by the University. Graduate diplomas are offered in Community Health and Clinical Epidemiology Research.

Interdisciplinary study is encouraged by the University, and prospective applicants should make enquiries about their interests from all the areas of study concerned. Interdisciplinary programmes offered are: Master of Applied Science (Environmental Engineering and Applied Science), Master of Environmental Science, Master of Science (Aquaculture), Master of Science (Environmental Science), Master of Science (Toxicology), Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy (Biopsychology), Master of Philosophy in Humanities, and Master of Women's Studies.

NOTE: Every candidate in graduate studies shall comply with the GENERAL REGULATIONS, the Degree Regulations and any additional requirements of the appropriate Department.

Definition and Explanation of Terms Used

Policy Governing the Auditing of Courses

General Regulations

NOTE: The following general statements concerning admission and degree requirements should be supplemented by the detailed regulations governing each programme.

A. Qualifications for Admission to the Master's Programme and the Ph.D. Programme

B. Procedure for Admission

C. Registration

D. Programme Requirements

E. Provision for Waiver of Regulations

F. Appeals Procedures

G. Evaluation

H. Comprehensive Examinations

I. Supervision

J. Theses and Reports

K. Graduation Procedure

L. Academic Behaviour

M. Termination of a Graduate Programme

N. Provision for Reapplication

Last modified on May 6, 1998 by MaryJane Puxley

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