Carleton University Ottawa

Description

Situated on unceded Algonquin territory beside the historic Rideau Canal, an official UNESCO World Heritage Site, Carleton University was founded by the community in 1942 to meet the needs of veterans returning from the Second World War.

What defines Carleton?

  • We strive for innovation in research, teaching and learning.
  • Our location in Ottawa, the nation’s capital, connects us to the world.
  • We encourage hands-on experience in the classroom.
  • We offer exceptional student support

What defines our people?

Carleton University is a community of talented, committed and enthusiastic faculty and staff, dedicated to excellence and to supporting the education and research that distinguishes Carleton as Canada’s Capital University. We know that it is our people that are key to Carleton’s success.

We take pride in our institution and are committed to providing the programs and services that contribute to Carleton University being an employer of choice. Join our community: Job Opportunities.

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Situated on unceded Algonquin territory beside the historic Rideau Canal, an official…

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Description

Situated on unceded Algonquin territory beside the historic Rideau Canal, an official UNESCO World Heritage Site, Carleton University was founded by the community in 1942 to meet the needs of veterans returning from the Second World War.

What defines Carleton?

  • We strive for innovation in research, teaching and learning.
  • Our location in Ottawa, the nation’s capital, connects us to the world.
  • We encourage hands-on experience in the classroom.
  • We offer exceptional student support

What defines our people?

Carleton University is a community of talented, committed and enthusiastic faculty and staff, dedicated to excellence and to supporting the education and research that distinguishes Carleton as Canada’s Capital University. We know that it is our people that are key to Carleton’s success.

We take pride in our institution and are committed to providing the programs and services that contribute to Carleton University being an employer of choice. Join our community: Job Opportunities.

Available Packages

Description :

Anthropologists analyze patterns of social relationships and responses, studying the world’s peoples within a cross-cultural, comparative framework. For more than 35 years, our MA: Anthropology program has promoted this exploration of cultural practices and social conditions in diverse contexts throughout the world including Africa, Asia, North America, South America and Oceania while our graduate students have done research in such diverse locations as the Philippines, Thailand, India, South Korea, Ghana, Tanzania, Belize, Mexico, Peru, Greece and Canada.

Collaborative specializations in African Studies and Digital Humanities are also available.

Capital Advantage

As home to many governmental and non-governmental institutions, Ottawa provides exceptional institutional resources that our students can draw on for their research and career opportunities. Our graduate students may pursue a placement in one such organization, linking this practical work with their area of interest for their thesis research. The nation’s capital also houses a variety of library, archival and museum collections that provide unique opportunities for those interested in the anthropological study of material culture, art, ethnohistory and historical texts.

School/Admission Requirements:

1. CV/Resume

 2. Transcripts

3. Sample of works/Research work

 4. Two References

 5. Statement of Intent

. 6. Work Experience

7. Portfolio

Application Deadline: February 1

Open Window: Fall

Tuition: $19,959(CAD)

Application Fee: $100.00(CAD)

Duration: 2 years


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Description :

The Sprott MBA delivers a high quality management education with award-winning faculty delivering a challenging program that showcases the latest management tools and best practices, combined with real-world solutions. The program offers an integrated core curriculum, complemented by specialization in Business Analytics. The Sprott MBA core courses cover a cross-section of business disciplines to give students a foundation of integrated knowledge and skills needed to identify and solve complex management problems.

Accreditation

The Sprott School of Business is accredited by AACSB International – the longest-serving global accrediting body for business schools that offer undergraduate, master’s and doctorate degrees in business and accounting. AACSB Accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education and has been earned by less than five per cent of the world’s business programs.

The Sprott MBA delivers a high quality management education with the choice and flexibility to fit your program to your individual goals. This full-time program streams with an integrated core curriculum, complemented by specialization in one of five concentrations. You can view those concentrations by clicking here. The Sprott MBA core courses cover a cross-section of business disciplines to give you a foundation of integrated knowledge and skills needed to identify and solve complex management problems.

Collaborative specializations in African Studies and Data Science (Business Analytics) are also available. Please note that the International Development Management concentration does not offer the specialization in African Studies.

The MBA internship program has provided placements for candidates to work with companies like Deloitte, CBC and Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment.

 

School/Admission Requirements:

1. CV/Resume

 2. Transcripts

3. Sample of works/Research work

 4. Two References

 5. Statement of Intent

. 6. Work Experience

7. Portfolio

8.GMAT

Application Deadline: March 1

Open Window: Fall and Winter

Tuition: $19,959(CAD)

Application Fee: $100.00(CAD)

Duration: 16 months

 


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Description :

Our Master of Information Technology (MIT) degree addresses the needs of industry and society in the IT area, providing students with the skills they will need to succeed in this demanding and ever evolving field. The Master’s degree consists of two programs: Network Technology (NET) and Digital Media (DM).

Those pursuing the NET program will cover the design, management and operation of computer networks. They will develop research skills through courses and a project framework. DM students will focus on areas dealing with the development of content and technology for entertainment, education and communication. We also offer a specialization in Data Scienceto our DM students.

Capital Advantage

Positioned in Ottawa, graduates of this program will benefit from a continuing connection with industry that has always been the strength of all engineering and technology programs at Carleton. Many major companies and federal government organizations have their head offices in Ottawa and Toronto.

 

School/Admission Requirenments:

 

1. CV/Resume

2. Transcripts

3. Sample of works/Research work

4. Two References

5. Statement of Intent.

6. Work Experience

7. Portfolio

Appliacation Deadline:March 1 

Open Window: Fall and Winter

Tuition: $19,959(CAD)

Application: $100.00(CAD)

Duration: 2 Years

 


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Description :

The focus of the Sprott MSc program in Management is applied research about complex management problems in a rapidly changing and globally oriented environment. Students will take both a theoretical and practical approach to complex problems faced by businesses and their managers. This understanding will allow graduates to contribute to the advancement of management knowledge and practice. Graduates will be well-positioned to pursue doctoral studies in management.

For the thesis, students will undertake independent research related to issues consistent with the general focus of the MSc program.

The main research areas of focus are: Accounting, Finance, Information Systems, International Business, Marketing, Organizational Behaviour, Productions and Operations and Strategic Management.

Accreditation
The Sprott School of Business is accredited by AACSB International – the longest-serving global accrediting body for business schools that offer undergraduate, master’s and doctorate degrees in business and accounting.  AACSB Accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education and has been earned by less than five per cent of the world’s business programs.

School/Admission Requirements:

 

1. CV/Resume

2. Transcripts

3. Sample of works/Research work

4. Two References

5. Statement of Intent.

6. Work Experience

7. Portfolio

8. GMAT score of 600 or an equivalent GRE

Application Deadline:March 1

Open window: Fall

Tuition: $19,959(CAD)

Application Fee: $100.00(CAD)

Duration: 1 Year


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Description :

The Human-Computer Interaction program helps students make sense out of the rapidly changing world of technology. It focuses on ways computer systems support people at work, at home and at play. What makes our program distinctive is that it is interdisciplinary, allowing students to tailor their program based on a common core.

Students can specialize in one of three programs:

  • Master of Arts (MA) for emphasis on human factors,
  • Master of Applied Science (MASc) for emphasis on new media technology and design
  • Master of Computer Science (MCS) for emphasis on software design.

Capital Advantage

Ottawa is home to numerous software development companies like IBM or Mitel, as well as most federal government departments and large research labs such as the National Research Council. These provide opportunities for research, expertise and careers.

 

School/Admission Requirements:

 

1. CV/Resume

2. Transcripts

3. Sample of works/Research work

4. Two References

5. Statement of Intent.

6. Work Experience

7. Portfolio

Application Deadline: March 1

Open Widow: Fall

Tuition: $19,959(CAD)

Application Fee: $100.00(CAD)

Duration: 2 years


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Description :

For more than 20 years, we have offered one of the best Master of Journalism (MJ) programs in the country. In our program, you will work with talented faculty whose professional reputations are unmatched in the country. The School of Journalism and Communication provides two points of entry into the MJ program – Year One or Year Two.

Year One Entry

Most applicants will be admitted to Year One of the two-year program. The first year provides intensive foundational training in print, broadcast and online journalism, alongside courses on journalism law, journalism theory, professional practices and reporting methods. In the second year, students combine media- and/or subject-specific workshop courses with electives and specialized seminars designed to complement their capstone Master’s Research Project.

Year Two Entry

The second point of entry is for students with prior journalistic experience or credentials who will be admitted directly into Year Two. They will normally pursue the Journalism Studies completion option, or a path of coursework selected in consultation with the Supervisor of Graduate Studies, which will include a thesis or master’s research project, as appropriate.

Capital Advantage

Studying in the nation’s capital—the centre of political and public policy journalism as well as Canada’s leading high-tech community—provides you with a living laboratory in which to hone your reporting skills in international relations, business, government, politics, social affairs, arts & culture, information technology and science & research. The School also has a member of faculty who assists students in finding employment, and a number of media organizations visit campus each year to interview students for summer or permanent positions.

 

School/Admission Requirements:

 

1. CV/Resume

2. Transcripts

3. Sample of works/Research work

4. Two References

5. Statement of Intent.

6. Work Experience

7. Portfolio

Application Deadline: February 1

Open Window: Fall

Tuition: $19,959(CAD)

Application Fee: $100.00(CAD)

Duration: 1 – 2 years


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Description :

All of our graduate programs in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering are offered through the Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering which combines the research strengths and resources of Carleton University and the University of Ottawa. At the master’s level, we offer the following degrees: Master of Engineering (Aerospace), Master of Engineering (Materials), Master of Engineering (Mechanical), Master of Applied Science (Aerospace), Master of Applied Science (Materials) and a Master of Applied Science (Mechanical). Learn more about Ottawa-Carleton Joint Institutes.

Capital Advantage

Research collaborations and funding arrangements exist with several Institutes of the National Research Council of Canada, Environment Canada, Natural Resources Canada, National Defence, the Ottawa Hospital and the Canadian Space Agency. Major industry partners include Pratt & Whitney Canada Inc., United Technologies, Siemens Corp., Deloro-Stellite, Indal Technologies, Liburdi Engineering, Magellan Aerospace, Augusta SpA., Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd., Rolls-Royce Canada and the Petroleum Technology Alliance of Canada, among many others. These strong relationships offer our students diverse research and career opportunities.

 

School/Admission Requirements:

 

1. CV/Resume

2. Transcripts

3. Sample of works/Research work

4. Two References

5. Statement of Intent.

6. Work Experience

7. Portfolio

Application Deadline:August 31

Open Window:  Fall, Summer and Winter

Tuition: $19,959(CAD)

Application Fee: $100.00(CAD)

Duration: 2 Years.

 


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Description :

The MA program offers opportunities for focused graduate-level study and learning in all aspects of politics. Students have the option of concentrating their courses and research on specific aspects of political science – including Canadian Politics, Comparative Politics, International Relations, Public Policy, and Political Theory – or taking a wide range of courses across these fields. During the program, students will have access to faculty for one-on-one research supervision, as well as to the lively research community within the department. A co-op option is available.

Capital Advantage

Carleton’s location in the nation’s capital places you in the heart of the country’s political process, giving you unparalleled access to resources and career opportunities unavailable elsewhere in the country. Carleton students enjoy easy access to Canada’s federal government and can tour Parliament Hill, visit the Library of Parliament, attend Parliament when it is in session and volunteer or work for government departments and agencies located in the city. Ottawa is also home to 11 national museums, Library and Archives Canada, more than 900 national and international associations and a multitude of high commissions and foreign embassies.

 

School/Admission Requirement:

 

1. CV/Resume

2. Transcripts

3. Sample of works/Research work

4. Two References

5. Statement of Intent.

6. Work Experience

7. Portfolio

Application Deadline: January 31

Open Window: Fall

Tuition: $19,959(CAD)

Application Fee: $100.00(CAD)

Duration: 2 years

 

 

 


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Description :

The Electrical and Computer Engineering program is offered jointly by the Department of Systems and Computer Engineering and the Department of Electronics in the Faculty of Engineering and Design.

Carleton has known expertise in this field, producing highly qualified graduates to work on projects ranging from high-speed/high-frequency circuitry to optical fiber communications.

Our renowned researchers work in areas such as biomedical engineering, computing, electrical engineering, engineering systems and analysis, interactive multimedia systems, software engineering, speech/signal/image processing and telecommunications.

The Electrical and Computer Engineering program is also offered through the Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Electrical and Computer Engineering which allows our students access to the largest program in Canada with resources both at Carleton and the University of Ottawa. Learn more about Ottawa-Carleton Joint Institutes.

Carleton offers a collaborative specialization in Data Science and two master’s programs:

  • MASc in Electrical and Computer Engineering, which requires the completion of a research thesis.
  • MEng in Electrical and Computer Engineering, which is coursework only.

You may also be interested in our MASc in Biomedical Engineering, which has four areas of study: Medical Instrumentation, Biomedical Image Processing, Biomechanics and Biomaterials, Medical Informatics and Telemedicine.

We also offer a PhD program in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Capital Advantage

Carleton offers modern, well-equipped laboratories with state-of-the-art equipment and excellent computer facilities. The university’s location in the national capital allows for proximity to and collaboration with relevant government departments, the National Research Council, Communications Research Centre, high-tech industries, and, through OCIECE, access to resources and faculty at the University of Ottawa. Your proximity to these facilities ensures that your potential career is just around the corner.

 

School/Admission Requirements:

 

1. CV/Resume

2. Transcripts

3. Sample of works/Research work

4. Two References

5. Statement of Intent.

6. Work Experience

7. Portfolio

Appliocation Deadline: March 1

Open Window:  Fall, Summer and Winter.

Tuition: $19,959(CAD)

Application Fee: $100.00(CAD)

Duration: 2Years.

 


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Description :

Social workers make a difference in peoples’ lives. They are not only concerned with helping individuals but also with broader social issues such as poverty, unemployment and domestic violence. Our accredited master’s program prepares students for leadership roles in their communities and in the profession. It encourages critical thinking and analysis of structural barriers that prevent people from reaching their full potential; promote values of respect, dignity and the worth of all people; and assist students in acquiring knowledge, skills and values to work in diverse and cross-cultural environments. We offer a one year option for candidates with a Bachelor of Social Work and a two year option for candidates with an honours degree in a discipline other than social work.

Capital Advantage

As the nation’s capital, Ottawa is home to government departments, national and international associations, as well as research institutes and non-governmental organizations that involve themselves in social policies and programs. Carleton students enjoy easy access to these organizations as well as a range of archives and library resources. Our alumni work as social workers at many organizations and government departments in Ottawa and all over the world.

 

School/Admission Requirements:

 

1. CV/Resume

2. Transcripts

3. Sample of works/Research work

4. Two References

5. Statement of Intent.

6. Work Experience

7. Portfolio

Application Deadline: December 1

Open Window: Fall

Tuition: $19,959(CAD)

Application Fee: $100.00(CAD)

Duration: 2 years 

 


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Description :

 

The master’s degree enables our students to study literatures in English from a wide range of national and transnational contexts, historical periods and genres. It addresses questions about what people understand by the idea of literature in different times and places and why it matters; about who should have access to literature, either as readers or writers; about the power of literature to forge communities and, in doing so, to be a force for change; and about how these issues are influenced by broader legal, technological, political and social contexts.

Collaborative specializations in African Studies and Digital Humanities are also available.

Capital Advantage

Our students benefit both research-wise and career-wise from the wealth of institutions that are located in Canada’s capital city. Ottawa is home to government departments, foreign embassies, many non-governmental associations, research institutes, and arts organizations.

 

School/Admission Requirements:

1. CV/Resume

2. Transcripts

3. Sample of works/Research work

4. Two References

5. Statement of Intent.

6. Work Experience

7. Portfolio

Appliacation Deadline: February 1

Open Window: Fall

Tuition: $19,959(CAD)

Application Fee: $100.00(CAD)

Duration: 12 months


Study Amenities :


Description :

The master’s degree enables our students to study literatures in English from a wide range of national and transnational contexts, historical periods and genres. It addresses questions about what people understand by the idea of literature in different times and places and why it matters; about who should have access to literature, either as readers or writers; about the power of literature to forge communities and, in doing so, to be a force for change; and about how these issues are influenced by broader legal, technological, political and social contexts.

Collaborative specializations in African Studies and Digital Humanities are also available.

Capital Advantage

Our students benefit both research-wise and career-wise from the wealth of institutions that are located in Canada’s capital city. Ottawa is home to government departments, foreign embassies, many non-governmental associations, research institutes, and arts organizations.

School/Admission Requirements:

 

1. CV/Resume

2. Transcripts

3. Sample of works/Research work

4. Two References

5. Statement of Intent.

6. Work Experience

7. Portfolio

Application Deadline:  February 1

Open Window: Fall

Tuition: $19,959(CAD)

Application Fee: $100.00(CAD)

Duration: 12 months


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Description :

Carleton’s master’s degree in communications analyzes critical questions that shape our communication, media and information flow in today’s complex society.

Collaborative specializations in African Studies and Data Science are also available.

Capital Advantage

We are uniquely positioned in the nation’s capital to give you ready access to key national cultural institutions such as the Museum of Civilization or the Canadian War Museum, to policy players such as the CRTC or the Canadian Association of Internet Providers, to the political communications arena including members of Parliament, the federal public service, and a large NGO community. Every media and cultural industry has an office in Ottawa.  Career opportunities can be just down the road.

Fields of Specialization

  • Communication/Information Technologies and Society
  • Communication and Social Relations
  • Communication Policy and Political Economy
  • History of Communication and Media Systems

School/Admission Requirements

 

1. CV/Resume

2. Transcripts

3. Sample of works/Research work

4. Two References

5. Statement of Intent.

6. Work Experience

7. Portfolio

Application Deadline: February 1

Open Window: Fall 

Tuition: $19,959(CAD)

Application Fee: $100.00(CAD)

Duration: 2 Years


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Description :

Our MSc programs in biology are heavily weighted towards research as graduate students work closely with faculty supervisors to produce research that makes a difference in people’s lives. You can pursue an MSc in biology or also specialize in bioinformatics, chemical and environmental toxicology or data science. Faculty in the Department of Biology also have extensive experience and do cutting-edge research in the field of biochemistry.

Graduate students benefit from our membership in the Ottawa-Carleton Institute for Biology (OCIB) which is joint research-intensive collaboration with the University of Ottawa. The Institute is one of the largest centres in Canada for graduate studies and research in the biological sciences. Learn more about Ottawa-Carleton Joint Institutes.

School/Admission Requirement:

 

1. CV/Resume

2. Transcripts

3. Sample of works/Research work

4. Two References

5. Statement of Intent

. 6. Work Experience

7. Portfolio

Application Deadlines: March 1

Open Window: Fall, Summer and Winter

Tuition: $19,959(CAD)

Application Fee: $100.00 CAD

Duration: 2 years

 


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Description :

Sprott’s Master of Accounting (MAcc) is a rigorous program that provides a gateway to a career as a professional accountant. Students graduating from the MAcc will be exempt from the CPA Canada Professional Education Program (PEP) and will proceed directly to the CPA Canada Common Final Examination, which is one of the final steps in becoming a Chartered Professional Accountant.

The MAcc goes beyond the CPA professional requirements by providing students with all four competencies in the accounting field: assurance, tax, finance and performance management. This breadth of knowledge prepares graduates to work in a variety of professional roles. This fairly new program at Carleton graduated its first cohort in November, 2016.

Capital Advantage

Carleton University is located in Canada’s capital of Ottawa, which provides access to an unparalleled international network of industry, government departments, global enterprises, NGOs, embassies and high commissions. Ottawa is an established global technology centre with a strong entrepreneurial culture. It is one of the world’s top sites for research and development. It is home to more than 1,900 knowledge-based companies with over 75,000 employees. MoneySense magazine has named Ottawa as one of the best cities in Canada to live in.

Admissions

The MAcc has very specific prerequisite courses which must meet the entry-level requirements of the CPA Competency Map. For more information and to view specific deadlines for domestic and international applicants, please review their website

Accreditation

The Sprott School of Business is accredited by AACSB International – the longest-serving global accrediting body for business schools that offer undergraduate, master’s and doctorate degrees in business and accounting.  AACSB Accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education and has been earned by less than five per cent of the world’s business programs

School/Admission Requirements:

 

1. CV/Resume

2. Transcripts

3. Sample of works/Research work

4. Two References

5. Statement of Intent.

6. Work Experience

7. Portfolio

Application Deadlines: April and August

Open Window: Fall and Summer.

Tuition: $19,959 CAD

Application Fee: $100 CAD

Duration: 16 months (full-time)

 


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