McGill's first Faculty was established in 1829. With the renamed Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, it became the School of Medicine in 2020.
Called the School for Graduate Nurses when it was founded, the name was changed in 1973 to the School of Nursing, and then the Ingram School of Nursing in 2012.
PHYSICAL AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
Originally the School of Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy was added in 1950; in 1951 the School was renamed to reflect the two disciplines.
COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS
The School grew out of Canada's first speech therapy clinical service at the Montreal Children's Hospital, established in 1933.
POPULATION AND GLOBAL HEALTH
The School brings together Bioethics; Epidemiology, Biostatistics & Occupational Health; Global Health; and Health & Social Policy under one umbrella.
Our newest School unites Anatomy & Cell Biology; Biochemistry; Biomedical Engineering; Goodman Cancer Institute, Human Genetics; McGill Genome Centre, Microbiology & Immunology; Pharmacology & Therapeutics; and Physiology.