MBiotech is a 24 month, course-based professional degree incorporating both science and business courses with 8-12 months of work experience in the biotechnology, medical device and biopharmaceutical sectors.This program is specifically tailored to meet the evolving needs of our students and those of the global health sciences industry. Our faculty is drawn from the Departments of Biology, Chemistry and Management. The program makes frequent use of guest lecturers from the biotechnology sector, including individuals from government, public and private companies, and members of the U of T faculties.
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The MFAcc is designed to provide the required understanding and mastery. On a time-tested, online, distance education platform, it will offer an advanced, master’s level education for professional accountants, lawyers, and other investigators. It will cover the theories, techniques and skills required for the investigation of financial crimes, the issues involved and computations required for the valuation of assets and businesses as well as the settlement of disputes, and the provision of expert assistance on these matters to courts, lawyers, corporations, and employers.
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Designed for people with a background in science and technology, the Master of Management of Innovation was developed in consultation with leaders and future employers in industry, government and research. This accelerated twelve month professional degree is for individuals pursuing management careers in technology-focused organizations.
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The Master of Management & Professional Accounting Program (MMPA) offers an integrated program, combining the best of a graduate education in management and professional accounting over five academic terms and two co-operative work terms in a professional accounting environment. The Program is designed primarily for non-business undergraduates seeking to obtain a graduate business degree, but advanced standing is offered to students with requisite undergrad courses.
Further details can be found on the Program website: mmpa.utoronto.ca
An increasing number of businesses, non-profit, and government organizations are incorporating sustainability into their organizational functions, and the key technological, organizational, and social innovations are being driven by the goal of a sustainable world. As a result, there is a growing need and market demand for sustainability managers. We have designed this unique master degree program for students who are aspiring for a leadership role in sustainability management - an area of immense global importance.
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*Offered through the Institute of Medical Science
The Master of Science in Biomedical Communications MScBMC is unique in Canada and one of only four accredited programs of its kind in North America and is offered through our Institute of Medical Science. This two-year professional graduate program prepares students for careers in the visual communication of science, medicine, and health. Students in this interdisciplinary program explore the use of images, interactive technologies, and animation/simulation to effectively communicate complex science and health topics to a range of audiences. The graduates of this program go on to become leaders in Biomedical Communications industry across a number of fields, including pharma and biotech visualizations, medical-legal visualization, patient education, research dissemination, textbook publishing, data visualization and more.
Further details can be found on the Program website: www.bmc.med.utoronto.ca
The MUI is a 20-month professional masters program for students interested in urban issues and economic development. The program is uniquely designed to provide a new generation of practitioners with an in-depth understanding of the role that innovative, vibrant, liveable and supportive city-regions play in sustaining the quality of life and economic well-being of Canadians.
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