Location Ottawa, Ontario, CA
Program LevelPostgraduate Certificate / Master's Degree
Tuition Fees$25,470.00 CAD / Year
Duration1 year master's degree
Cost of Living
$13,213.00 CAD / Year
$25,470.00 CAD / Year
Minimum Language Test Scores
The programs prepare candidates for a variety of careers in teaching and research both within and outside of academia. During training, the student will develop a critical approach to published work and to his own work. Graduates acquire an excellent knowledge of their chosen field and a general understanding of the areas related to their own particular research project. They must demonstrate research skills and credibility as professionals in their area of research.
The Department is a participating unit in the collaborative programs in Bioinformatics (at the master’s level), in Human and Molecular Genetics (at the master’s and doctoral levels), and in Pathology and Experimental Medicine (at the master’s and doctoral levels).
Most research groups in the Department are part of a research centre. These centres include the Centre for Neuromuscular Disease, the Kidney Research Centre, and the Centre for Research in Biopharmaceuticals. Members of the Department are involved in three main research fields: Growth and development, Pharmacology, and Physiology.