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Major, Honours
Macdonald Campus
Would you like to understand why some foods taste so good? Or why brightly coloured fruits and vegetables are good for your health? Or perhaps you want to learn how to invent exciting new foods like an avocado-based tiramisu...
Major
Macdonald Campus
McGill’s School of Human Nutrition is Canada’s longest established teaching and research institution in the field of human nutrition. Our driving mission is to improve human health by understanding nutrients, health,...
Professional Program
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
The Bachelor of Education, Physical & Health Education, prepares students to become educators in elementary and high school environments. Students will learn through a combination of theory and practice coursework, as well...
Minor Concentration
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
What we eat, the air we breathe, and the services we have access to all play a part in our physical and mental health. There is a growing academic consensus that our physical and social environment has a significant impact on...
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
If your goal is to become a skilled and knowledgeable nurse practitioner or researcher, get the preparation you deserve at McGill University’s School of Nursing! The Ingram School of Nursing seeks to inspire and challenge its...
Major Concentration
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Psychology is the science of mind and behaviour, and includes the examination of conscious and unconscious phenomena, feeling and thought. This interdisciplinary field crosses social and biological sciences. As a social...
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
The Ingram School of Nursing at McGill University offers the Bachelor of Nursing (Integrated) (BNI) Program for students with a Quebec diploma in nursing.  Students enter this 2-year, 5-semester, 65-credit program (3 year part...
Honours, Interfaculty Program
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
The grand challenge of the 21st century is sustainable well-being; that is, to improve human well-being while maintaining the Earth's life-support systems. As individuals, sometimes tackling these sustainability challenges...
Specialization
Macdonald Campus
Wildlife biology examines the biology, ecology, and behaviour of vertebrate animals — especially mammals, birds and fishes. In this specialization, you’ll learn about the proper management and conservation of wildlife species...
Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Natural History focuses on the observation and systematic study of all living organisms in nature (animals, fungi, and plants). It explores their forms, origins, evolution, behaviors and interactions with other species in their...

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