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Professional Program
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
A program that fosters the ideals of mentorship, the aim of the B.Ed Secondary Social Sciences Program is to prepare you for a career as an educator of History & Citizenship and Geography or Ethics and Religious Culture at...
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, Honours, Joint Honours, Minor Concentration
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Through history, art has communicated how people from different times and cultures understand themselves and the world around them.  As an art history student at McGill, you will learn how trends in art, architecture and...
Liberal Program, Minor
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Statistics is motivated by the need to extract information from data, quantify uncertainty, and make predictions about random phenomena. Sophisticated mathematical and probabilistic techniques and computational tools are...
Minor Concentration
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Educational Psychology allows us to better understand and improve the ways we teach and learn. This minor will provide you with an understanding of core topics within the discipline, including:  The study of learning,...
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...
Joint Honours
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
This joint program brings together Mathematics and Computer Science, combining the mathematical skills of reasoning and problem solving, with the knowledge of algorithms and computing. These two disciplines and skillsets ...
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...
Honours
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Interdisciplinary research that draws from the natural and physical sciences is an important aspect of modern biology. The Quantitative Biology (QB) Honours option is designed for students with a deep interest in biology who...
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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