Collaborative Specializations give you an opportunity to explore an interdisciplinary area complementary to your home degree program.
Pharmacology participates in eight collaborative specializations:
- Addiction Studies
- Biomedical Toxicology
- Cardiovascular Sciences
- Human Development
- Musculoskeletal Sciences
- Resuscitation Sciences
- Women's Health
Application to any of the above collaborative specializations may be made once you are enrolled in the Pharmacology graduate program.
You would be required to meet your Pharmacology degree program requirements as well as those of the collaborative specialization, and the time that you have to complete the Collaborative Specialization would parallel your enrolment in Pharmacology.
For instance, if you are enrolled as a full-time student and you are completing your M.Sc. degree over two years, you will have two years to complete the requirements of the Collaborative Specialization.