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272 results in Macdonald Campus (remove filter), Downtown (Montreal) Campus (remove filter)
Major, Minor
Macdonald Campus
Agricultural Economics is a field of applied economics that aims to optimize the ways we produce and distribute food. This program will give you a foundation in agriculture and international development, food systems, trade...
Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
How do societies decide what to produce, and how much of it? What determines prices, exchange rates, interest rates and levels of inflation? As an Economics student, you will explore the answers to these questions. You’ll gain...
Major, Honours, Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
One of the most significant challenges in the biomedical sciences today is understanding diseases and developing new therapies to treat them. Pharmacology is a multidisciplinary science that deals with all aspects of drugs and...
Domain
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Humankind has used technological advances to exploit the environment to its benefit, with the consequence of introducing pollution and environmental damage. This Domain considers the interface between the environment and human...
Major Concentration
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Software engineers design, develop and test the software programs that apply computer technology to everyday processes. Things as fundamental to our daily lives as downloading e-mails or scanning barcodes at the grocery store...
Major Concentration
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Physics is crucial to understanding how the universe functions, from atoms and subatomic particles to stars, galaxies and cosmological bodies. Physics explores the most fundamental measurable quantities of energy and matter...
Major Concentration, Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Mathematics and statistics are omnipresent in today's world of information and technology. Their theories, models, and methods are integral to the way we analyze, understand, and build the world around us. Mathematics plays a...
Major, Honours, Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Physiology explores the functions of living organisms. Physiologists investigate everything from individual molecules' interactions to the way specific organs work within the human body. Understanding cell and system...
Major
Macdonald Campus
The Life Sciences Major (Biological and Agricultural) is a cross-disciplinary program that features core courses in fundamental biological sciences (animal, plant, microbiology, cell, and molecular) and specializations that...
Major, Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Materials engineers design processes and develop technology to create new materials, like super-strong titanium alloys for spacecrafts and artificial bone implants for medical patients. The recycling industry also relies...

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