ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

 

The following index, listed alphabetically by subject, provides direct links to descriptions of the academic programs offered by Lakehead University. Please use the Courses listings for descriptions of university credit courses and the Course Timetables (starting from the A-Z Index on the Lakehead University homepage) for further details about the course offerings for this academic year (not all courses are offered every year). Also, please consult the Academic Units listings for important information regarding faculty members, admissions, regulations, and program offerings for each academic unit.

Where program requirements for more than one academic year are shown, the requirements of the newest year will continue on for the following years.

 

Orillia Campus
- Multidisciplinary Studies


Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM)
- Medicine

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS


GRADUATE
PROGRAMS

Aboriginal Languages Specialist
Accounting (Commerce)
Administration
Alternative and Innovative Enterprises (Lifelong Learning in Education)
Anthropology
Applied Bio-Molecular Science
Applied Science (Engineering)
Art History (Visual Arts)

Biology
Business Economics (Commerce)
Business Finance (Commerce)

Chemistry
Commerce
Computer Science

Dementia Studies
Drawing (Visual Arts)

Earth Science (Geology)
Economics

Education (Lifelong Learning in Education)
Education - Native Language Instruction (Aboriginal Education)
Education - Native Teacher Education (Aboriginal Education)


Education - Intermediate-Senior Specialization (Undergraduate Studies in Education)
Education - Junior-Intermediate Specialization (Undergraduate Studies in Education)
Education - Primary-Junior Specialization (Undergraduate Studies in Education)

Engineering
-for students wishing to complete a four-year Engineering degree (which includes an Engineering Technology diploma years 1 and 2)
-for students, who already have an Engineering Technology diploma, wishing to complete an Engineering degree (Post-Diploma years 3 and 4)
-for students who only wish to complete an Engineering Technology diploma (years 1 and 2)
-for students who are not yet eligible to enter an Engineering degree program (Common Year in Applied Science)
-for students who wish to take a co-op program

in
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Software Engineering


English
Entrepreneur (Business Administration)
Environmental Studies

Fine Arts (Visual Arts)
Finnish (Languages)
Forest Conservation
Forestry
French (Languages)
French Proficiency (Languages)

General Management (Commerce)

General Programs
- General Arts
- General Science

Geoarchaeology
Geography
Geology
German (Languages)
Gerontology

History
Human Resources Management/Industrial Relations (Commerce)

Indigenous Learning
International Business (Commerce)
International Politics (Political Science)

Kinesiology

Language (course)
Law and Politics (Political Science)

Mapping Sciences (Geography)
Marketing
Mathematical Physics

Mathematics
- Apprenticeship and Internship
- Arts Programs
- Science Programs

Music

Native Access
Native Language

Native Language Instructors' Program (Aboriginal Education)
- Native as a First Language (NAFL)
- Native as a Second Language (NASL)
- Native Language Teachers' Certification (NLTC)

Native Nurses Entry Program
Natural Science (Biology)
Native Teacher Education (Aboriginal Education)
Northern Studies

Nursing
- Four Year Program in Collaboration with Confederation College
- Three Year (Compressed) Program
- Nursing (for Registered Nurses)

Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism

Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner

Professional Development (Lifelong Learning in Education)
- Additional Qualifications (AQ)
- Additional Basic Qualifications (ABQ)
- Professional Learning Courses
- Principals' Qualifications Program
- Professional Development Workshops
- Bachelor of Education (Extension)

Professional Ethics (Philosophy)
Psychology

Social Work
Sociology
Spanish
Statistics (Mathematical Sciences)

Visual Arts

Water Resource Science
Women's Studies
Writing (English)
 

MASTERS DEGREES

Biology

Chemistry


Economics
Education

Engineering (Control)
Engineering (Environmental)

English

Forestry

Geology
Gerontology

History

Kinesiology

Management
Mathematical Sciences

Nature-Based Recreation and Tourism (Outdoor Recreation)

Physics

Psychology (Clinical)
Psychology (Experimental)
Public Health

Social Work
Sociology

Women's Studies

 

DOCTORAL DEGREES

Educational Studies
- Policy and Leadership
- Sociocultural Contexts of Education
- Cognition and Learning

Forest Sciences

Psychology (Clinical )

 

GRADUATE DIPLOMA

Health Services & Policy Research

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


See also:
Academic Units
Courses Listing

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2007-2008 Calendar version