You must complete university study before you can apply to the following programs.
To find programs that require you to complete college study before you can apply, view Collaborative University and College Programs.
Geographical Information Systems
Geographical Information Systems is a collaborative program with Fleming College. It is available to students in the Honours BSc or BA program at Trent University in Geography or in Environmental & Resource Science.
Students admitted to the program register as full-time Fleming College students during the third year of their Honours program at Trent.
Interested students should consult with the Chair(s) of the appropriate department or programs at Trent.
Bachelor of Health Administration
Part Time: Degree Completion
Certified by the Association of University Programs in Health Administration
The Health Administration part-time degree program is designed to allow health practitioners to upgrade their education to the level of an undergraduate degree in theory and management of health services.
A key goal of the program is to develop the management and leadership capabilities of health practitioners who currently hold or in the future may hold entry level, or middle management responsibilities in health facilities or in the community.
Management skills and knowledge are developed within the context of a broad understanding of the needs and rights of clients and their communities, and the social, economic, political and ethical factors influencing rapid change in the health system.
Interdisciplinary Research on Contemporary Social Issues
Saint Paul University, through its faculties of Human Sciences, Theology, Philosophy, and Canon Law, offers a PhD in Interdisciplinary Research on Contemporary Social Issues. This degree is conferred jointly by the Senates of Saint Paul University and the University of Ottawa under the terms of the federation agreement between them.
The interdisciplinary research doctorate provides a space for reflection to increase understanding of contemporary social issues taking account of the insights of the graduate disciplines of the 4 participating faculties.
The program prepares leaders intending to assume responsibility for addressing contemporary social issues.
International BA - iBA (Trilingual)
A minimum of 1 year of university studies or the equivalent is required.
To apply to the trilingual iBA option, you need to have a strong proficiency in French; students are not required to have any background in the third language.
Apply with OUAC code YGH.
Lakehead University offers a 3-year Juris Doctor program at its Thunder Bay Campus.
Law – Civil and Common
Queen's Faculty of Law is renowned for its special combination of academic excellence and community engagement, placing it in the top tier of Canadian law schools.
Admission requirements: 3 years of undergraduate studies, minimum GPA and Law School Admission Test.
Law – Civil Law
Civil law comprises the basic rules of human activity that are, in part, legislated in a civil code. Civil law is in force in Quebec and much of the non-English-speaking world. Upon completing the degree, you are admissible to Quebec’s École du Barreau or uOttawa’s notarial law master’s program (in French).
Law – Common Law
Three-year program leading to a bachelor of law JD (Juris Doctor) degree. Three years of undergraduate study are required; however, almost all admitted students have completed a 4-year undergraduate degree. There are no required academic prerequisite courses. LSAT is required.
Most successful applicants present an "A-" or higher on their best 3, full-time undergraduate years of study.
Law – Common Law
We offer the following programs:
- Canadian and American Dual JD
The program leading to the degree of Juris Doctor (J.D.) requires admission as a full-time student for 3 years or as a half-time student for 6 years. Our admissions program is different from others. At Windsor Law, we review all applications for admission through a holistic lens. Candidates have the opportunity to provide the Admission Committee with a range of information that supports their application for entry.
Law – Common Law
Offered by Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, the Juris Doctor (JD) is a 3-year degree involving 6 terms (fall and winter) of full-time study. While most students attend Osgoode full-time for their 3 years of study, some students may choose to spend a term or year studying abroad, and students in the joint and combined programs will spend a portion of their time at another faculty or institution to graduate with dual degrees after 4 years.
Law – Common Law
Undergraduate degree, competitive LSAT score required.
Law – Common Law
The Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa offers you an unparalleled learning environment. Common Law is one of the largest law schools in Canada and receives the largest number of applications from prospective students each year.
As well as offering a wide range of courses in all areas of law, it stands out from other faculties for the richness of its courses in e-commerce, intellectual property, and other specialised courses in law and technology. The Faculty of Law is also exceptional for its specialist training options in international law, law and social justice, and environmental law. You can study common law in English, French, or both.
Medical Radiation Sciences
Jointly offered by the Temerty Faculty of Medicine and The Michener Institute of Education at UHN, U of T offers a 3-year (8 consecutive semesters) program leading to a BSc and Advanced Diploma. Applicants may choose Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging Technology, Radiation Therapy or Radiological Technology.
One year of undergraduate study (5.0 full-course equivalents) is required. Academic prerequisites include a cumulative GPA of at least 2.7, including 1 half-credit course in Biology, Mathematics, Physics and Social Science.
U of T offers a 4-year program leading to an MD degree. Three years of undergraduate study at a Canadian university are required. Academic prerequisites include 2 full-course equivalents in life sciences and 1 full-course equivalent in humanities, social sciences or languages. MCAT is required.
As a Queen's Medicine graduate, you will have a foundation in medicine that will prepare you for success in qualifying examinations and post-graduate training programs, and for fulfilling careers serving your patients and your communities.
Admission requirements: 3 years of undergraduate study with minimum GPA, Medical College Admission Test, autobiographical sketch and interview.
Undergraduate Medical Education
The University of Ottawa is the only medical school in North America that offers the MD Program in both official languages, English and French. Students select their language of study during the application process. On average, 164 students are enrolled each new academic year, comprised of roughly 118 in the Anglophone stream and 48 in the Francophone stream.
The application process and admissions process are the same for all categories of applicants.
Admission requirements: Prior to June, preceding registration, applicants must have completed a minimum of 3 years of full-time undergraduate studies at a recognized university in a program leading to a bachelor's degree, including the following prerequisites: 2 courses in humanities/social sciences, 2 courses in biology, and 1 course in each of the following: general chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, and statistics.
Translational and molecular medicine (TMM)
The Bachelor of Science with Honours in Translational and Molecular Medicine (TMM) is a unique collaborative effort between Faculty of Medicine researchers and affiliated institutes. The program integrates theoretical and practical courses with active learning, offering students an enriching educational environment and exposing them to innovative research throughout their studies. The TMM program emphasizes training in active research labs and offers the largest number of advanced laboratories for an undergraduate science program in Canada. Students are taught by both basic scientists and clinicians, providing them with the skill sets required to perform cutting-edge biomedical research. The program is offered in both French and English.
4-year honours degree, competitive GPA and MCAT scores.
Flagship program with an international reputation for its unique 3-year program based on small-group, problem-based study and early introduction to the clinical experience. Applicants must have completed a minimum of 3 years of undergraduate work.
Music Performance Diploma (3-Year Program)
Certificate and Diploma Programs
The Music Performance Diploma is a 3-year program designed for students who are also concurrently enrolled in a non-music degree. The program is flexible and permits students to focus exclusively on music study. It offers weekly 1-hour lessons.
Although diploma holders represent performers of high artistic achievement, graduate schools generally require an academic degree as well. New applicants to the Music Performance Diploma program who are new to Western University should email the Recruitment Officer, Sasha Gorbasew before applying.
Music Therapy develops a client's potential abilities and enhances their quality of life by using music to address physical, emotional, intellectual or learning challenges.
As a student, participate in a variety of group and individual music therapy placements in our on-site clinics and throughout the community with a diverse set of clients, including those with learning disabilities, autism, special needs, adolescents and geriatrics.
You can apply to the Bachelor of Music Therapy at the end of your second year in Laurier’s Bachelor of Music or Bachelor of Music in Community Music.
Admission is based on:
- high standing in Laurier music and psychology courses
- evidence of strong interpersonal skills
- interview with music therapy coordinator