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Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Renewable resource management is an emerging field that focuses on the ecosystem structures and processes required to sustain the delivery, to humanity, of ecosystem goods and services such as food, clean water and air,...
Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Construction engineers oversee the design and production of building and infrastructure projects. A Minor in Construction Engineering and Management can round out your studies in engineering or architecture and prepare you for...
Major, Honours, Joint Honours
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
The Department of East Asian Studies offers a rigorous, innovative and interdisciplinary environment to learn about critical and historical approaches to the study of East Asian arts, cultures, history, languages, literatures,...
Domain
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
The relationship between human health and environment is a complex, developing field. While the study of health often falls within the health sciences, the social sciences also play an important role in the design,...
Major Concentration, Honours, Joint Honours, Minor Concentration
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Anthropology offers a unique opportunity to understand human cultural diversity. You can compare your own culture with those which are remote in time, geographic distance, or simply in terms of cultural difference. Studying...
Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) store, analyze and visualize data of geographic positions on the Earth's surface. The Minor concentration in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing allows you to develop...
Honours
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
The Honours BA Applied Mathematics program will provide you with fundamental knowledge of the various branches of mathematics (algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics and probability) among other areas of the...
Major, Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Music theorists focus on developing models and methods for understanding musical languages. How are specific pieces of music put together and how may this be generalized to relate to the way other pieces of music are composed?...
Domain
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
This domain explores the way in which the resources necessary for human society are extracted from the earth, used as raw materials in our factories and refineries, and then returned to the earth as waste. Geological processes...
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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