Addiction Studies

The graduate programs listed below, in collaboration with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, and the Ontario Tobacco Research Unit, participate in the Collaborative Specialization in Addiction Studies at the University of Toronto. The purpose of the program is to develop and integrate graduate training in the multidisciplinary field of addictions, an area that includes the use and abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and psychoactive substances, as well as gambling and other addictive behaviours. Master's programs requiring a thesis, practicum, or research paper, and doctoral programs are included. Upon successful completion of the degree requirements of the participating home department and the collaborative program, students receive the notation "Completed Collaborative Specialization in Addiction Studies" on their transcript and parchment.

Participating Degree Programs

Anthropology MA, MSc, PhD
Biomedical Engineering MASc, PhD
Counselling and Clinical Psychology MA, PhD
Criminology MA, PhD
Exercise Sciences MSc, PhD
Information MI
Information Studies PhD
Medical Science MSc, PhD
Pharmaceutical Sciences MSc, PhD
Pharmacology MSc, PhD
Psychology MA, PhD
Public Health Sciences MPH, MSc, PhD
Social Work MSW, PhD
Sociology MA, PhD
Women and Gender Studies MA

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