Academic Organization

The University is made up of the following nine faculties:

Faculty of Business Administration
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Forestry and the Forest Environment
Faculty of Professional Schools
Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
Faculty of Medicine
Faculty of Graduate Studies

Each faculty which is under the jurisdiction of a dean is subdivided into departments/schools, each under the leadership of a chair/director. The University has over 260 faculty members.

Degrees and Diplomas Offered

Faculty of Business Administration
Honours Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Administration

Faculty of Education
Bachelor of Education
Bachelor of Arts - Bachelor of Education
Bachelor of Science - Bachelor of Education
Bachelor of Education (Extension Program)
Bachelor of Arts - Bachelor of Education (Native Education)
Honours Bachelor of Arts - Bachelor of Education
Honours Bachelor of Science - Bachelor of Education
Native Language Instructors' Diploma

Faculty of Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering and Diploma in Engineering Technology in:
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Software Engineering
Bachelor of Applied Science (first year only)

Faculty of Forestry and the Forest Environment
Bachelor of Environmental Studies (Forest Conservation)
Honours Bachelor of Environmental Studies (Forest Conservation)
Honours Bachelor of Science in Forestry

Faculty of Professional Schools
Bachelor of Arts
Honours Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology
Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation
Honours Bachelor of Social Work

Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies
Bachelor of Arts (three or four years)
Bachelor of Science (three or four years)
Honours Bachelor of Arts
Honours Bachelor of Environmental Science
Honours Bachelor of Environmental Studies
Honours Bachelor of Science

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
Bachelor of Arts (three or four years)
Bachelor of Science (three or four years)
Honours Bachelor of Arts
Honours Bachelor of Fine Arts, (Visual Arts)
Honours Bachelor of Music
Honours Bachelor of Science

Faculty of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
(joint degree with Laurentian University)

Faculty of Graduate Studies
Graduate Diploma (Health Services and Policy Research)
Master of Arts
Master of Education
Master of Environmental Studies
Master of Forestry
Master of Management
Master of Science
Master of Science in Engineering
Master of Science in Forestry
Master of Science in Management
Master of Social Work
Phd in Clinical Psychology
PhD in Educational Studies
PhD in Forest Sciences

The following Certificate Programs are also offered:
Aboriginal Languages Specialist's Certificate
Certificate in Dementia Studies
Certificate of French Proficiency
Certificate in Indigenous Learning
Certificate in Mapping Sciences
Palliative Care Certificate
Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner Certificate


See also:
The University:
- Coat of Arms
- History
- The Campus
- University Library
- Communications Technology Resource Centre (CTRC)
- Health Sciences North
- Research Centres, Institutes and Facilities
- Co-operative Education

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2007-2008 Calendar version