university of manitoba courses

Last Updated on August 8, 2022 by Team College Learners

The University of Manitoba offers a limited number of courses for credit through Open Learning, Distance and Online Education (OL), at the undergraduate and graduate level. For more information about these courses, including registration and program application deadlines, consult the OL calendar entries.

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University of Manitoba

country rank 20
world rank 257

University Overview

Founded in 1877, University of Manitoba is a non-profit public higher-education institution located in the urban setting of the large city of Winnipeg (population range of 500,000-1,000,000 inhabitants), Manitoba. Officially recognized by the Department of Education and Training of Manitoba, University of Manitoba (U of M) is a large (uniRank enrollment range: 25,000-29,999 students) coeducational Canadian higher education institution. University of Manitoba (U of M) offers courses and programs leading to officially recognized higher education degrees such as bachelor degrees in several areas of study. See the uniRank degree levels and areas of study matrix below for further details. International students are welcome to apply for enrollment. U of M also provides several academic and non-academic facilities and services to students including a library, sports facilities, as well as administrative services.

University Identity

NameUniversity of Manitoba
AcronymU of M
Founded1877
MottoFloreat
Flourish
ColoursGold and brown
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University Location

Address66 Chancellors Circle
Winnipeg
R3T 2N2 Manitoba
Canada
Tel+1 (204) 474 8880
Fax+1 (204) 474 7659
University of Manitoba | university, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | Britannica

Undergraduate programs of study

With over 100 programs across multiple faculties, schools and colleges, the University of Manitoba offers more learning, teaching and research opportunities than any other post-secondary institution in the province. Explore admission requirements by program (PDF).

Graduate programs of study

Choose from our extensive list of 49 doctoral programs and 95 master’s programs and pursue your unique path.

A UM graduate education offers the opportunity to conduct transformational research and discover new possibilities. Whether you are continuing on as a UM student or choosing to further your studies here, you will be part of a community of graduate students and researchers who are impacting the world.

A

  1. Aging Concentration (Graduate Focus)
  2. Agribusiness and Agricultural Economics (Pre-master’s, MSc)
  3. Animal Science (MSc, PhD)
  4. Anthropology (MA, PhD)
  5. Applied Health Sciences (PhD)
  6. Architecture (MArch)

B

  1. Biochemistry and Medical Genetics (MSc, PhD)
  2. Biological Sciences (MSc, PhD)
  3. Biomedical Engineering (MSc)
  4. Biomedical Engineering (PhD)
  5. Biosystems Engineering (MEng)
  6. Biosystems Engineering (MSc)
  7. Biosystems Engineering (PhD)

C

  1. Canadian and Intercultural Studies – Université de Saint-Boniface (M ès A)
  2. Chemistry (MSc, PhD)
  3. City Planning (MCP)
  4. Civil Engineering (MEng, MSc)
  5. Civil Engineering (PhD)
  6. Classics (MA)
  7. Collaborative (PhD)
  8. Community Health Sciences (MPH)
  9. Community Health Sciences (MSc)
  10. Community Health Sciences (PhD)
  11. Computer Science (Pre-master’s, MSc, PhD)

D

  1. Design and Planning (Architecture, PhD)
  2. Disability Studies (MA, MSc)

E

  1. Economics (Pre-master’s, MA, PhD)
  2. Education (PhD)
  3. Education – Curriculum, Teaching and Learning (MEd)
  4. Education – Educational Administration, Foundations and Psychology (MEd)
  5. Education – Université de Saint-Boniface (M en Éd)
  6. Electrical and Computer Engineering (PhD)
  7. Electrical and Computer Engineering (Pre-master’s, MEng, MSc)
  8. English, Theatre, Film, & Media (Pre-master’s, MA, PhD)
  9. Entomology (MSc, PhD)
  10. Environment and Geography (MEnv)
  11. Environment and Geography (MSc)

F

  1. Finance (MFin)
  2. Fine Art (MFA)
  3. Food Science (MSc, PhD)
  4. French, Spanish and Italian (Pre-master’s, MA, PhD)

G

  1. Genetic Counselling (MSc)
  2. Geography (MA)
  3. Geography (PhD)
  4. Geological Sciences (MSc)
  5. Geological Sciences (PhD)
  6. German Studies (Pre-master’s, MA)

H

  1. History (Pre-master’s, MA, PhD)
  2. Human Anatomy and Cell Science (MSc)
  3. Human Anatomy and Cell Science (PhD)
  4. Human Nutritional Sciences (Pre-master’s, MSc, PhD)
  5. Human Rights (MHR)

I

  1. Immunology (MSc)
  2. Immunology (PhD)
  3. Individual Interdisciplinary Studies (MA, MSc)
  4. Individual Interdisciplinary Studies (PhD)
  5. Interior Design (Pre-master’s, MID)

J

K

  1. Kinesiology and Recreation Management (Pre-master’s, MA, MSc)

L

  1. Landscape Architecture (MLArch)
  2. Law (LLM)
  3. Linguistics (Pre-master’s, MA, PhD)

M

  1. Management (MBA)
  2. Management (MSc)
  3. Management (PhD)
  4. Manitoba Training Program for Health Services Research
  5. Mathematics (Pre-master’s, MSc, PhD)
  6. Mechanical Engineering (MEng, MSc)
  7. Mechanical Engineering (PhD)
  8. Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (PhD)
  9. Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (Pre-master’s, MSc)
  10. Medicine (MD/MSc)
  11. Medicine (MD/PhD)
  12. Microbiology (Pre-master’s, MSc, PhD)
  13. Music (MMus)

N

  1. Native Studies (MA, PhD)
  2. Natural Resources Management (MNRM)
  3. Natural Resources Management (PhD)
  4. Nursing (MN)
  5. Nursing (PhD)
  6. Nursing – Nurse practitioner (MN)

O

  1. Occupational Therapy (MOT)
  2. Oral Biology (MSc)
  3. Oral Biology (PhD)
  4. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (MDent)
  5. Orthodontics (MSc)

P

  1. Pathology (MSc)
  2. Peace and Conflict Studies (MA)
  3. Peace and Conflict Studies (PhD)
  4. Pediatric Dentistry (MDent)
  5. Periodontics (MDent)
  6. Pharmacology and Therapeutics (MSc, PhD)
  7. Pharmacy (MSc)
  8. Pharmacy (PhD)
  9. Philosophy (MA)
  10. Physical Therapy (MPT)
  11. Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS)
  12. Physics and Astronomy (MSc, PhD)
  13. Physiology and Pathophysiology (MSc, PhD)
  14. Plant Science (MSc, PhD)
  15. Political Studies (Pre-master’s, MA)
  16. Prosthodontics (MSc)
  17. Psychology and School Psychology (MA, PhD)
  18. Public Administration (MPA)
  19. Public Health and Preventative Medicine Residency

Q

R

  1. Rehabilitation Sciences (MSc)
  2. Religion (Pre-master’s, MA, PhD)

S

  1. Slavic Studies (Pre-master’s, MA)
  2. Social Work (MSW)
  3. Social Work (PhD)
  4. Social Work – Indigenous Knowledges (MSW)
  5. Sociology and Criminology (Pre-master’s, MA, PhD)
  6. Soil Science (MSc, PhD)
  7. Statistics (Pre-master’s, MSc, PhD)
  8. Supply Chain Management and Logistics (MSCM)
  9. Surgery (MSc)