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The University of Toronto houses more than 80 graduate departments offering degree, diploma, and collaborative programs. View an A-Z list of programs, programs listed by degree type (master's, doctoral), diploma programs, and information on multidisciplinary collaborative programs. The University also offers postdoctoral training for qualified candidates.
- Graduate Degree Program Listing A-ZDegree program list in alphabetical order by Degree Type -- interested in pursuing a master's degree or a doctoral program?
- Master's Degree ProgramsAn academic degree beyond a bachelor's degree. Master's degree programs may be academic in nature, engaging students in scholarly research, or professional in nature, leading to a profession.
- Doctoral Degree ProgramsAn academic degree of the highest level; typically entered following completion of a research master's program.
- Collaborative ProgramsThese programs offer students an opportunity to specialize and explore an interdisciplinary area to complement their degree. A student must be admitted to and enrolled in one of the collaborating units (home departments) in order to participate in a collaborative program and must apply to both to participate.
- SGS Calendar 2012/2013Alphabetical list of graduate programs offered at U of T.
- English Language and Writing Support (ELWS)ELWS provides graduate students with advanced training in academic writing and speaking.
- Postdoctoral FellowshipsA postdoctoral fellowship (PDF) provides an important stage in the transition from graduate student to independent scholar.
- GPS - Graduate Professional Skills ProgramDoctoral stream students can choose from a variety of optional offerings for skills development beyond those conventionally learned within their disciplinary program.