Summer Studies

McGill offers over 300 condensed summer courses, during three sessions and on two campuses, for current students, visiting students (out-of-province and international students), Quebec inter-university transfers (IUTs), as well as special students.

Study Abroad & Field Studies

Study Abroad & Field Studies offers the unique opportunity of implementing theory learned in the classroom into practice in the real world, through local and global field studies.

Science

The Faculty of Science, including the School of Computer Science, offers a broad range of subjects with unique perspectives. Through research and education, the Faculty of Science has grown to be globally recognized.

Physical & Occupational Therapy

The School of Physical and Occupational Therapy focuses on advancing the health, participation, and function of our society through practice and education.

Nursing

The Ingram School of Nursing focuses on health promotion, patient- and family-centred care, and collaborative practice.

Music

The Schulich School of Music, Canada's largest music school, provides opportunities for many different styles of music and is renowned for its many ensembles.

Medicine

Through education, research, and service, the Faculty of Medicine aims to be a global leader in health care. It also houses the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

Management

The Desautels Faculty of Management advances the teaching, learning, research, and practice of management through providing innovative academic and research programs.

Law

Law at McGill is seen as a foundational subject for the social sciences which interacts with many aspects of our society. It is the oldest law faculty in the country, and one of the world’s most prestigious.

Environment

The McGill School of Environment emphasizes the importance of hands-on, dynamic, and interactive learning as part of its interdisciplinary approach to studying environmental issues.

Education

Through various approaches, the Faculty of Education strives to advance knowledge and human learning.

Dentistry

The Faculty of Dentistry is committed to promoting a healthy society for all, through commitment, research, leadership, and serving underprivileged communities.

Arts

Arts, the largest faculty at McGill, offers an enriching and analytic perspective on our continually changing world. It also houses the Schools of Information Studies, Religious Studies, and Social Work.

Agricultural & Environmental Sciences

The Faculty of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, which houses the School of Dietetics & Human Nutrition, brings together agriculture, health, environment, food & nutrition, bioproducts, and biotechnology for a new approach to agricultural sciences.

Continuing Studies

The School of Continuing Studies offers a wide variety of programs in different disciplines, to help facilitate lifelong learning for students from all walks of life.

Engineering

The Faculty of Engineering, including the Schools of Architecture and Urban Planning, provides a multidisciplinary approach to engineering practices, research, and learning.

Faculties & Schools

McGill offers 1200+ programs through a number of Faculties, Schools, and Institutes. The following links represent the eCalendar's structure, and will help you find what you're looking for:

Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, including Dietetics and Human Nutrition

Arts, including Information Studies, Religious Studies, and Social Work

Bachelor of Arts & Science

Continuing Studies

Areas of Study (see the 2016–2017 eCalendar)

Dentistry

Education

Engineering, including Architecture and Urban Planning

Environment

Undergraduate

Graduate (see the 2016–2017 eCalendar)

Law

Management, Desautels Faculty of

Undergraduate

Graduate (see the 2016–2017 eCalendar)

Medicine, including Communication Sciences and Disorders

Music, Schulich School of

Nursing, Ingram School of

Undergraduate

Graduate (see the 2016–2017 eCalendar)

Physical and Occupational Therapy

Undergraduate

Graduate (see the 2016–2017 eCalendar)

Science, including Computer Science

Scholarships & Student Aid

Study Abroad & Field Studies

Summer Studies

Areas of Study (see the 2016–2017 eCalendar)

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