The School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies requires at least a 70% average across courses taken in the last two full-time years of the undergraduate degree. Equivalent qualifications may be considered based on the standards of the discipline or profession.
Applicants to the Applied Sciences Specialty must possess an Honours undergraduate degree in a any of the Sciences (including Health and Medical Sciences) or Engineering, from an accredited university.
Applicants to the Biological Sciences Specialty must possess an Honours undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences, from an accredited university.
Computer Science Specialty applicants will normally require a four-year Honour's degree (or equivalent) in Computer Science from a reputable university, college or institute.
The Data Analytics Specialty is a field that draws upon computer science and statistics. Successful applicants will have some background in introductory probability and statistics as well as basic computer programming; as long as these prerequisites are met, a four-year Honour's degree (or equivalent) from an accredited university, college, or institute in any of the following will be considered:
Applicants to the Global Health Systems in Africa Specialty must possess at a minimum, an Honours BSc degree (or equivalent) from an accredited university.
When English is a second language, an English Language Proficiency Score may be required (see Exemptions). The scores required for MMASc program admission exceed the standard university requirement for graduate level studies.
Students in the MMASc Program are called upon to exercise their communication skills frequently within the classroom (daily) and through written assignments, group work and oral presentations. A strong command of the English language in all areas (oral, reading, writing, listening, comprehension) is required for success in this dynamic fast-paced environment. Students must be prepared to complete reading and writing assignments within short time frames as well as contribute productively to discussions in class without advanced or comprehensive exposure to materials presented. Group work and participation in class demands strong listening skills and comprehension of the language at an advanced level.
Minimum overall score: 7 out of 9, with no individual score (reading, listening, speaking writing) less than 6.5.
Minimum score of 80 on each section and an overall score of at least 85.
Minimum score of 60.
Successful completion of the High-Advanced level. Click here for information regarding a conditional offer of admission, pending CultureWorks completion. Official proof of graduation required.
Graduation from Level 5, Advanced Academic Preparation, with a minimum 80% in all components. Official proof of graduation required.
Other formal evidence of graduate level proficiency in English may be considered in lieu of a test scores, in certain circumstances, outlined below. The university reserves the right to request a test score from applicants in these circumstances at a later date, as a condition of acceptance into the program. A decision will be made at the discretion of the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies for exemption.
Applicants with degrees from post-secondary institutions in countries where the predominant language is English and where the language of instruction is English, are exempt from providing a score (at the time of application), provided the applicant attended the institution for at least two full years of academic study. An additional letter from the post-secondary institution stating that English is the language of instruction is advised, unless this information is included on the transcript.
Applicants must complete the online application and provide the following documents as part of the application process:
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Satisfying the minimum requirement does not guarantee admission.