Graduate Programs at UTM

UTM is home to a diverse graduate studies' community.

We currently have over 880 graduate students in 12 departments across the sciences, social sciences, professional and applied sciences, and humanities.

While the different campuses of U of T have separate undergraduate programs, the graduate programs for many disciplines are shared across all three campuses, and faculty on all campuses participate fully in the graduate programs. Graduate students may choose to affiliate with any of the three campuses.  Please consult the following link for more information regarding graduate student affiliation.

Campus Affiliation Form

UTM graduate student designation statistics 2021-22

 

Many doctoral-stream graduate students at the University of Toronto conduct their training and research based on the UTM campus, including students registered in the following departments.

 

Research-Based Graduate Programs

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  • Biology fieldwork
  • Chemistry glassware
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  • Specimens in hand
  • Globe
  • Historical art book
  • Mathematical formula
  • Health Sciences Complex at UTM
  • Inside the Health Sciences Complex at UTM
  • Laser
  • Measuring the mind
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To learn more about research-based academic opportunities at U of T (MA, MSc and PhD programs), please visit the School of Graduate Studies' website. 

 

Professional Graduate Programs

Several professional graduate programs are based on the UTM campus:

  • Master of Biotechnology (MBiotech)
  • Master of Biomedical Communication (MScBMC)
  • Master of Management and Professional Accounting (MMPA)
  • Master of Management of Innovation (MMI)
  • Master of Science in Sustainability Management (MScSM)
  • Master of Forensic Accounting (MFAcc)
  • Master of Urban Innovation (MUI)

 

Graduate Professional Skills Program (MyGPD)

 

MyGPD is an initiative from the School of Graduate Studies to help doctoral-stream (MA, MASc, MSc, PhD) graduate students become fully prepared for their future.

MyGPD focuses on skills beyond those conventionally learned within a disciplinary program, skills that may be critical to success in the wide range of careers that graduates enter, both within and outside academe. MyGPD can help you to communicate effectively, plan and manage your time, be entrepreneurial, understand and apply ethical practices, and work effectively in teams and as leaders.

Find out more: MyGPD