Carleton University

Carleton University is a comprehensive university located in Ottawa, Canada. The university offers many Bachelor degree programs in areas of study that include, Art History, Computer Science, Film Studies, International Business, Law, Psychology, and Religion.

  • Average Tuition CAD 23,243
  • Students 24,554
  • International Students 12%
  • Total Cost CAD 40,844
  • Scholarships Yes
  • Student-Faculty Ratio 27:1

School Description

Students at Carleton University will benefit from living in the capital of Canada, Ottawa. Living in Ottawa, students can discover more about Canada through the National Gallery of Canada, and the National Arts Centre. To get away from the stress, students can take some time and stroll through the beautiful Gatineau Park. Sports lovers can enjoy following the Ottawa Senators hockey team.

Carleton University has over 24,000 bachelor degree seeking students, with international students coming from over 140 countries. Carleton offers its students support service that includes the Student Experience Office (SEO) which helps students adjust to life at the university. Students have many opportunities to be involved on campus through over 210 clubs and societies. Some of these include the Robotics Club, Badminton Club, and the Engineers Without Borders.

 

Bachelor Programs

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Accounting

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Prepare for careers in auditing, financial or management accounting, and taxation. Within the BCom, you can complete all of the academic courses required to enter the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) professional education program (formerly known as CA, CMA and CGA programs). Co-op hours in an approved placement can be counted toward the CPA practical experience requirement.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Actuarial Science

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This concentration incorporates a targeted sequence of courses in Business and Economics that provides students with the necessary background to satisfy all six undergraduate requirements set out by the Society of Actuaries for professional designation.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Aerospace Engineering

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Our aerospace engineering program emphasizes the development of analytical, computational, and hands-on engineering and design skills related to the aerospace field. The broad range of topics and applications included in this discipline are covered in four main streams: Aerodynamics (aerospace propulsion and atmospheric flight); Aerospace Structures (lightweight vehicles for flight and space travel); Aerospace Electronics and Systems (aircraft control, communication and navigation systems); and Space Systems Design (astronautics and space/satellite technology).

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Africa and Globalization

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    In this multidisciplinary specialization you will study a wide range of issues as they apply to Africa, including democratization, human rights, international development, cultural change, migration and refugees, colonialism and postcolonialism, and social justice. You will also acquire an understanding of the larger issues of the politics of development and the relationship between the global north and south.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    African Studies

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Africa is the most culturally and geographically diverse continent on earth. The African Studies program offers you an opportunity to study the histories, cultures, languages, geographies, politics and economics of this fascinating continent. You will also learn about the aid, trade and investment, and migration flows that link Africa to the rest of the world in the era of globalization.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Algorithms

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    If you have strong mathematical abilities and wish to pursue an advanced degree or a career in cutting-edge research after your bachelor’s degree, this stream is designed for you. In addition to core courses in computer science, this stream includes foundational courses on algorithms. These courses will teach you to design, analyze, experiment with and reason about algorithms that arise in modern applications such as search engines, games, social networks, markets, economics and computer networks.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Anthropology

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Anthropology is the study of human diversity. Anthropologists study the world’s peoples and cultures and analyze such diverse areas of social and cultural life as gender, family forms, livelihood, health, development, religion and politics. As a student in the program, you will acquire a substantive knowledge of anthropology and develop transferable skills in research, analysis, interpretation, writing, oral presentation and group work.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Language is an essential part of what it is to be human and this program gives you the opportunity to examine how language works in real life. The field of Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies develops and applies theories to solve everyday problems involving language. Course materials address such questions as how languages are taught and learned, how language competencies are evaluated, how writing is used to perform a variety of functions, how language is used in specific social contexts, how language can influence society and vice versa, how government policies influence language practices and what makes a bilingual education program effective.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Applied Physics

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Applied Physics is the basis of modern technology, including modern telecommunications, photonics, computer technology, medical imaging and cancer therapies.Our Honours Applied Physics program combines studies in modern physics, optics and electronics, math and computer science.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Architectural Conservation and Sustainability Engineering

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Carleton’s program in Architectural Conservation and Sustainability Engineering teaches students a modern approach for the design and retrofit of buildings that holds sustainability as the guiding objective while respecting architectural history and significance. Students learn to consider the life cycle costs and environmental impacts of building materials, energy demand, and the effective reuse and conservation of existing structures.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Architectural Studies

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Carleton’s Bachelor of Architectural Studies focuses on knowledge, experience, creativity and imagination. Our program encourages you to explore ideas through making, evaluate ideas within the context of the human experience, and exercise creativity through writing, model making, drawing, digital media and presentations.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Art History

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    In Art History, we study the realm of visual communication, from the canon of Western art to Canadian and aboriginal art, architecture, photography, prints, popular culture, and the arts of non-Western societies. Our material ranges from the prehistoric period to the present day. As an Art History student you will gain not only a historical framework for understanding imagery, but also a methodological awareness of the multiple possibilities for interpreting art and other visual phenomena. An Art History BA, moreover, prepares you with invaluable skills for any number of professions. Such skills include oral and written articulation; the ability to identify, critically assess, and analyze research materials; the ability to creatively problem-solve; the love of learning; critical thinking; technological skills related to visual and verbal communication; and the ability to work independently and in groups.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Bachelor of Economics

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Carleton’s Bachelor of Economics (BEcon) is offered as an Honours program in which you study the operation of market-based economies, examining the causes of economic growth, inflation, unemployment and international trade. You will look at how governments manage their economies by developing and administering policies to regulate activities such as trade, taxes and competition, and you will study economic theory and research methods

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Biochemistry

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The science of biochemistry seeks to understand how organisms function by investigating enzyme reactions, mechanisms of gene regulation, chemical signaling pathways, and cellular structure at the molecular level. Biochemists study how animals, plants and bacteria make use of energy to grow, compete with other organisms and reproduce. Many of the biochemist’s findings are of direct relevance to humanity—they help us understand and treat disease, improve food production and find new techniques to produce valuable products such as vitamins and antibiotics.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Biology

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Biology in the 21st century is among the most diverse and exciting of the sciences. Many of the challenges we face as a society, from climate change to the development of novel health therapies, involve biological solutions. As a Carleton Biology student, you will gain broad experience through core science courses and options that suit your individual interests and needs.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Biomedical and Electrical Engineering

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Carleton’s program teaches you principles of electrical engineering and science as they apply to biotechnology and medicine. You will learn about the design of diagnostic and therapeutic devices, bioinstrumentation, automated signal and image analysis, computing and display devices and biometric data readout systems.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The biomedical and mechanical engineering program integrates life sciences with the traditional mechanical engineering topics of solid mechanics, dynamics, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, materials, robotics and control systems to analyze and solve problems related to biomechanical engineering, biotechnology and medicine. The program provides students with a skill set that enables the development of advanced components, systems and techniques for biomechanical applications that are crucial to modern health care.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Biomedical Computing

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This stream is geared toward those seeking employment as computer scientists or software engineers in biotechnology, medical computing or the life sciences.

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    Biomedical Sciences

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This concentration provides a strong foundation in the biomedical sciences and allows you to explore the genetic, biochemical, immunological, physiological and developmental aspects of human health. In addition, a broader view of health sciences is gained by addressing current issues from cultural, psychological, technological and environmental perspectives.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Biotechnology

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Biotechnology applies the principles of biochemistry and biology to the study and manipulation of living organisms for industrial, medical, agricultural and environmental applications. Some areas of biotechnology include genetic engineering, metabolic engineering, personalized medicine, drug development, applied microbiology and fermentation techniques, and biological control of insect pests.

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    Canadian Studies

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The Canadian Studies program at Carleton draws on many disciplines, such as art and architecture, literature and language studies, history, politics, sociology and religion, as well as Indigenous, Quebec, heritage, gender and women’s studies. The program encourages new ways of exploring Canada and the diverse peoples, places and practices located within its boundaries.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Chemistry

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    As a student interested in chemistry, you can enrol in programs and courses in all the main areas of chemistry, including analytical, inorganic, organic, physical and environmental chemistry.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Child Studies

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Professionals working with children and youth face many challenges involving complex relationships with families, communities and governments. Child Studies at Carleton prepares you for careers in this demanding area. The program was originally developed for graduates of Early Childhood Education (ECE) programs, but the broader scope of the new curriculum allows for entry into the program without an ECE diploma. Through core courses in child studies and other relevant disciplines you will learn about a wide range of topics (e.g., children’s rights, policy and practice) pertaining to children and youth in Canada and around the world.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Civil Engineering

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Carleton’s Civil Engineering program starts by giving students a thorough background in mathematics, chemistry, physics, thermodynamics, geology and numerical methods.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Cognitive Science

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Researchers in our program (students and faculty members) study the mind by combining the methods and theories of five disciplines: psychology, philosophy, linguistics, neuroscience and computer science. This interdisciplinary approach allows unique insights into human understanding, thought, perception, language and emotion.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Commerce

    CAD 25,740 Tuition Fee

    This Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) program provides a complete business education. The program is flexible with eight concentrations, it also allows you to add co-op, study abroad and/or a minor in another subject. The first two years of this program consist of foundation courses in all business areas and develops your critical skills in various forms of business communications, including presentations, cover letters and resumés.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Communication and Media Studies

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    As a student in our program, you will choose from courses that cover the past, present and future of media; the uses and abuses of technology; the economics, politics and regulation of communication; the media in local and global contexts; the interface between culture, communication and identities; and the analysis of texts, images and rhetoric.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Communications Engineering

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Communications engineers are involved in the development of personal communications systems, including the next generation of integrated data, image, voice and video communications. We can teach you how to design the next generation of smartphones, as well as the computer and electrical infrastructure to support such a complex system.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Computational and Applied Mathematics and Statistics

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    In this program, you will acquire the knowledge and skills you need to pursue careers involving the design of computers and computer networks as well as the application of computers in solving critical problems in business, government and science. For example, you might find yourself developing new ways to protect information from both improper access and corruption during transmission, helping managers in business and government to allocate resources optimally, or using computer networks to study traffic flow and optimal routing.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Computational Biochemistry

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The Computational Biochemistry program was developed to provide both training in computer science and a solid foundation in biochemistry. Students are exposed to the core areas of biology and chemistry, including genetics, cell biology, organic chemistry and analytical chemistry, as well as general and experimental biochemistry, bioinformatics and molecular modelling.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Computer and Internet security

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    In this stream, you will learn about the security problems faced by computing and communication networks, and how to build software that defends against attacks.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Computer Systems Engineering

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Computer systems engineers combine hardware and software to design and implement integrated computer systems for applications in such areas as robotics, artificial intelligence, aerospace and avionic systems, multimedia applications and cloud computing. Carleton’s program will enable you to learn how to engineer complex systems based on computers and acquire an understanding of computers as integrated software/hardware systems.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Criminology and Criminal Studies

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Our students acquire a comprehensive, multidisciplinary understanding of the causes and definitions of crime and criminal behaviour, criminal law and its administration, and social and institutional responses to crime. You will personalize your program by choosing one of three concentrations: Law, Psychology or Sociology. In addition, possible field placements in organizations such as the Crown Attorney’s Office, criminal law offices or the Royal Ottawa Hospital (Forensic Program) give you hands-on experience in real-life situations, including front-line work with offenders, victims, police and lawyers, to name a few. Other placements can match you with researchers and policy analysts involved in criminal justice and crime prevention.

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    Disability and Chronic Illness

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This concentration provides a strong foundation in the biomedical sciences and allows you to explore the genetic, biochemical, immunological, physiological and developmental aspects of human health. In addition, a broader view of health sciences is gained by addressing current issues from cultural, psychological, technological and environmental perspectives.

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    Earth Sciences

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The Earth Sciences program at Carleton offers you the opportunity to study the Earth’s systems, incorporating knowledge from other sciences including physics, biology and chemistry. You will learn about processes (such as evolution, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, plate tectonics and mountain building, formation of hydrocarbon reservoirs and mineral deposits) influential in the Earth’s geologic past that establish our present and future global development.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Electrical Engineering

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Our unique program allows for specialization in radiofrequency and microwave circuits and applications, communication circuits, integrated circuit design and fabrication, semiconductor and nanoscale technology and devices, or electrical energy and power.

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    Engineering Physics

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Engineering Physics is a challenging and elite program for those students who want to combine the strengths of physics and engineering. You will obtain an unusually broad and strong foundation in material science, applied physics, electronics and nanotechnology, and learn to apply it in the development of new technologies which include, but are not limited to, nanotechnology, semiconductor devices, optical systems, telecommunications and related computer hardware.

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    Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada

    English

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Carleton’s English program ranges from some of the most famous names in English writing to lesser-known authors, taking into account regional, national and global perspectives. You will have a chance to discuss the pressing issues and enduring ideas behind literature, as well as examine the ways in which books spring from cultural contexts and fit into the arc of literary history. You will explore how British and Canadian literary traditions have evolved and how alternative, underground and non-Western voices trouble and enrich those traditions. You may take workshops in creative writing and drama, either as electives or in the context of the department’s concentrations in Creative Writing and Drama Studies. We also offer a minor in Digital Humanities as well a minor in Drama Studies. Overall, the program is designed to develop students’ abilities to analyze texts accurately, contextually and critically, to write clearly and persuasively in a variety of genres, and to conduct independent research—skills that are key to your future endeavors in the world beyond university.

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    Entrepreneurship

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Learn about the entrepreneurial process by experiencing all of the stages in starting a business—from idea inception to implementation in the marketplace. BCom students take courses with students in the minor in Entrepreneurship, creating a collaborative and interdisciplinary classroom environment.

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    Environment and Health

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This concentration explores the influence of our environment on our health, from toxins we are exposed to in our daily lives to the effect of climate change on global patterns of infectious disease. You will learn about the chemistry of environmental toxins, their effect on our cells and DNA, and our immune responses to them, including how multiple factors can make individuals either more vulnerable or more resilient to illness. You will also study issues related to the prevention and treatment of environmentally linked illnesses such as cancer, asthma, and neurodegenerative disorders like Parkinson’s disease and dementia.

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    Environmental Engineering

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The goal of environmental engineering is to offer sustainable and green solutions to many of the issues and challenges facing our society, and to provide a clean and healthy environment for us and our ecosystem. Environmental engineers use engineering and science principles to design innovative treatment technologies that help to minimize our environmental footprint, prevent pollution, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve air quality, ensure drinking water safety, and achieve environmental sustainability.

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    Environmental Science

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The Environmental Science program brings together the study of biology, chemistry, earth sciences and geography to enable its graduates to address complex and multidisciplinary environmental and conservation problems. Through lecture and seminar courses, hands-on laboratory work and field camps, students become proficient in topics such as water resource management, fish and wildlife ecology, ecological restoration, sustainable resource extraction, environmental monitoring, and environmental policy.

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    Environmental Studies

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The Environmental Studies program at Carleton prepares informed, skilled individuals who participate in the design of sustainable solutions to environmental and social problems and shape the larger environmental debates critical to our future. Graduates include professional policy analysts, decision-makers and advocates involved in a wide range of fields, including the conservation and management of natural resources, formulation of environmental policy, sustainable urban design, environmental education and environmental research. This interdisciplinary program includes core courses, plus the ability to select courses in a wide range of disciplines in the social sciences and natural sciences, including biology, earth sciences, economics, geography, geomatics, history, law, philosophy, political science and sociology. Field courses, work placements, and training in tools like geographic information systems and remote sensing also provide an opportunity to gain practical experience while you study.

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    Europe and Russia in the World

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Taught by top experts in their fields, students in this interdisciplinary specialization will study the region’s history, society, politics, economics, language, and culture, placing them in a broader global context. The program’s geographic scope is unique in treating Europe, Russia, and Eurasia together, highlighting the considerable social, cultural, economic, and political ties that span the region. You may focus your studies on particular countries, a set of countries, or regional institutions such as the European Union. You may also study thematic issues that affect the region such as migration, transnational civil society, trade, EU enlargement, foreign policy, and the impact of globalization on identity politics.

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    European and Russian Studies

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (EURUS) offers a comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach to the study of Europe, Russia and Eurasia. You will be able to build a program according to your specific interests, combining subjects such as history, politics, economics, language and culture. You will examine issues such as international security, nationalism and ethnic conflict, crime and corruption, the effects of globalization, migration and multiculturalism, environmental and social policy, democratization and civil society, collective memory and national identity, market reform and European integration.

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    Film Studies

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Cinema is examined in Carleton’s Film Studies program as an art form, an entertainment, and a documentary record of our time. Through a variety of critical approaches, you will study the history and aesthetics of film and other moving-image media, the main currents and developments in filmmaking, and the works of some of the world’s best filmmakers. Other areas of study include the documentary and the musical; animation; experimental film and digital media; African, Japanese, Indian, European and Canadian cinema; film theory; film technology; and silent cinema.

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    Finance

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This concentration examines how financial managers appropriately allocate their firms’ capital to invest in value-enhancing projects and how financial markets value the decisions of the financial manager. Gain an understanding of how money managers and portfolio analysts manage investment risk.

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    Food Science and Nutrition

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Knowledge of food and nutritional science is required in order to make decisions on such issues as food irradiation, the genetic modification of foods, food contamination by micro-organisms and toxic compounds, and food preservation. Carleton’s program in Food Science and Nutrition is unique in that it combines a solid science base with the study of the assessment, management and communication of risk in food safety.

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    French

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Carleton’s Department of French makes it easy to integrate French into your studies, whether you wish to major in French, expand your BA with a minor in French or enrol in a single course. The department’s comprehensive approach allows students to benefit from language courses that are culturally grounded in the francophone world. Our course structure spans beginner to advanced levels, targets both oral and written proficiency, and focuses on students’ full development as competent readers, speakers and writers. Courses in our BA programs in French offer students the opportunity to specialize in literary studies or French linguistics.

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    Game Development

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Computer game development has become a sophisticated subject, drawing on advanced knowledge in a number of areas of computer science, such as artificial intelligence and computer graphics. In this stream, you will learn about both the principles and practice of designing and developing modern computer games.

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    Geography

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The BA Geography program at Carleton focuses on human and environmental geography, exploring and analyzing a wide range of topics such as local food systems, urban poverty, cultural landscapes, adaptation to climate change and natural resource management. A separate concentration may be taken in Physical Geography, which studies the Earth’s natural systems, processes and environmental change. Our professors have extensive expertise in social, political and cultural geography; resource management and environmental assessment; and the study of physical processes of the Earth’s vegetation, climate, water and soil systems.

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    Geomatics

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    From Google Maps to GPS navigation to global vegetation and water monitoring, geomatics deals with the acquisition, management, analysis and display of geographic information. In our Geomatics BA program, you will obtain intensive training in geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing (imaging from satellites and aircraft) and cartography, including web-based applications. You will apply advanced computer software and techniques to the challenge of understanding natural systems, addressing environmental problems and planning human interventions. Our program combines hands-on learning using the latest in laboratory facilities with opportunities to gain field experience and do work placements. Geomatics applications include the analysis of problems involving environmental and resource planning, land cover and vegetation mapping, market analysis, hazard mapping and education, amongst many others.

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    Geomatics (BSc)

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    In our Geomatics BSc program, you will obtain intensive science-based training in geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing (imaging from satellites and aircraft) and cartography, including web-based applications. You will apply advanced computer software and techniques to the challenge of understanding the Earth’s physical and natural systems, addressing environmental problems and planning human interventions. Our program combines hands-on learning using the latest in laboratory facilities with opportunities to gain field experience and do work placements. Science based geomatics applications include the modeling and mapping of the physical and natural environment, resource planning, land cover and vegetation mapping, and hazards mapping, amongst many others.

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    Global and Transnational History

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Study the global community from 1400 to the present, exploring how global connections, movements, and trends have shaped our world, with a particular focus on the non-western world. This specialization covers topics such as the nature of global interactions, major historical encounters across geographical regions, regional histories, and the dialogue between forces of global integration and a diversity of local sources of knowledge. You will gain skills in research, conceptualization, interpretation, and communication in global history and a complex understanding of the causes and consequences of the making of the modern world.

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    Global Development

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    At Carleton, students pursuing the Global Development specialization will gain a multidisciplinary perspective on this broad and important field by taking foundational courses in anthropology, economics, geography, and political science. The program’s core courses together with a rich selection of electives will help students understand the way the world is unfolding in the face of increasingly urgent challenges from climate change to human security to global epidemics. This specialization will be of particular interest to students who aspire to work on development issues in various government departments, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and certain types of companies operating internationally.

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    Global Financial Management and Systems

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This concentration focuses on the management of the financial function within firms and understanding of the global context in which it occurs. You will examine how international firms raise and manage capital, including problems inherent in moving funds across international boundaries. You will also learn about the institutions that monitor and regulate the flow of capital, and the economic conditions that influence this flow.

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    Global Health

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This concentration provides you with the knowledge required to address current and developing international health issues. It focuses on real-world issues of increasing relevance in our interconnected global community—such as infectious diseases and pandemics—in the context of the social and political factors that influence healthcare practices and policies. You will explore such topics as the interaction between pathogens and our immune system, the way that therapeutics and vaccines work, and why it is harder to develop treatments or vaccines for some diseases than for others.

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    Global Inequalities and Social Change

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Study global inequalities and social change, combining theoretical and applied approaches. Gain an understanding of multiple dimensions of inequality through topics such as poverty, racism, colonialism and gender. Acquire knowledge of various forms of resistance to oppression, including social movements and transnational solidarity.

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    Global Law and Social Justice

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This specialization focuses attention on this critical facet of globalization. You will learn about the institutional structures, objectives, and history of global law, covering topics such as immigration, trade, human rights and armed conflict.

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    Global Literatures

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Building from the commitment of the English department to a wide range of global literatures and approaches, the specialization offers students the rich experience of looking at these literatures in dialogue with other interdisciplinary contexts in global studies.

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    Global Media and Communication

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    In this specialization, you will explore global media and communication in historical and contemporary contexts, drawing on a range of perspectives that will provide the knowledge and skills necessary for working in global and international settings as communicators, researchers, analysts or advocates.

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    Global Politics

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This specialization takes a problem-focused and applied approach to the study of global political issues such as economic relations and the gap between rich and poor, democracy and its economic and political benefits, human rights and the different emphasis placed upon rights by different societies, war and peace, ethnic conflicts around the world, and the politics of the environment. You will gain the skills and experience necessary to better understand and engage in the myriad of arenas in which global politics takes place, including the United Nations, development banks, civil society organizations, refugee organizations, international NGOs and others.

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    Globalization and the Environment

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This specialization looks at global processes and their impact on the environment, focusing attention on the emergence of the environment as a key theme of globalization. You will have the opportunity to develop an integrated understanding of global environmental issues, processes, patterns and solutions, as well as a skill set for conducting a critical analysis of current approaches to these issues and methods to implement and effect change. You will examine global biophysical systems and human-environment interactions, and you can also choose areas of interest within the specialization (such as human geography, urban networks, global environmental politics, sustainability or environmental change).

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    Globalization, Culture, and Power

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This specialization will allow you to use Anthropology to understand globalizing processes as deeply historical and spatially situated and to become conversant with the intersection of globalization with economic inequality, ecological vulnerabilities, colonial legacies, health practices and institutions, and new visions of human rights.

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    Greek and Roman Studies

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Greek and Roman Studies (Classics) provides an excellent opportunity to learn about the ancient roots of civilization, and to observe the impact that the ancient world had on later eras. The program examines the literature, language, history, philosophy, mythology, religion, social and economic life, technology, art, architecture and archaeology of the ancient world, framed by the impact on the Mediterranean basin of the city-states of Greece and the Roman Republic and Empire. In addition to learning about the history of civilizations that have made an indelible impact on the modern world, you will have the opportunity to learn the ancient Greek and Latin languages, to study ancient literature in the original languages or in translation, and to benefit from the expertise of Carleton scholars who have a rich variety of interests and areas of specialty. The program is intrinsically interdisciplinary: the study of Classics provides a well-rounded education, producing graduates who can reason, argue, and communicate—essential skills for any field.

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    Health Throughout the Lifespan

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This concentration focuses on health and illness through the stages of human life. There are few health sciences programs in Canada that include lifespan studies, and Carleton’s program is unique in featuring courses that explore the entire lifespan, from neonatal development to old age. You will learn about the biological aging process, including how events occurring early in life can have effects that appear much later, in the form of medical conditions like diabetes, cardiovascular disease and depression. In addition, you will explore the biomedical basis of health and disease, and have the opportunity to learn how factors such as gender and social conditions can influence health.

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    History

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The study of history allows us to recognize and understand the complex issues that shaped the contemporary world. The History Department offers courses in African, American, Asian, Canadian, Caribbean, European, Latin American and South Asian history. Some courses trace the history of social, political and cultural change of a region or period. Others are thematic and may examine women’s history, the histories of science, sexuality, food and drink, or slavery.

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    History and Theory of Architecture

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This program explores the history and meaning of the built environment, and how it reflects and shapes human circumstances. We do this both inside and outside the classroom. The program offers a selection of courses on architectural history and theory ranging from antiquity to postmodernism. We also make regular visits to sites of outstanding architectural interest, both within the national capital region and beyond. The program will help you develop skills such as critical and analytical thinking, creative problem-solving, and visual literacy and communication: all of which enhance employability in a wide range of job types.

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    Human Rights and Social Justice

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Carleton’s Human Rights and Social Justice program provides students with an overview of historical and contemporary human rights issues from an interdisciplinary perspective. The program is structured around five key thematic areas: 1) a critical analysis of the concepts and principles underlying human rights traditions; 2) a study of the laws and institutions that support and implement human rights frameworks; 3) an analysis of political repression from a human rights perspective; 4) an examination of social marginalization and the role of human rights in the protection of marginalized groups; and 5) an exploration of the relationship between human rights and social justice.

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    Humanities

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    In this interdisciplinary Liberal Arts program, students study the world’s greatest ideas, books, and art works produced by thinkers from the span of recorded world history— from ancient Mesopotamia to modern America. The emphasis of the program is on ideas, explored through small discussion groups and writing assignments. The typical Humanities student loves to read, and is excited about sharing ideas with students and professors.

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    Indigenous Studies

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    We live in an era of decolonization and reconciliation, in which Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples must grapple with the haunting legacies of racism and cultural violence and find ways to move forward. The interdisciplinary Indigenous Studies program seeks to aid this effort by providing both Indigenous and non-Indigenous students with an in-depth understanding of the historical and contemporary experiences of Indigenous peoples in North America and the world.

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    Industrial Design

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Carleton’s unique, internationally respected Industrial Design (ID) program, offered through the School of Industrial Design, blends a design studio component with applied sciences, such as math and physics, and social sciences, such as psychology and business. The program focuses on process—from concept and design through to manufacturing and the everyday use of the product.

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    Information Resource Management (IRM)

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The program provides students with a broad understanding of information management, as well as specific capabilities in managing digital resources as these affect research data, websites and social media. Such skills are especially important now that the library and information technology field has moved beyond the traditional library setting to encompass a wide range of occupations in both the private and public sectors.

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    Information System

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Information Systems (IS) professionals help organizations achieve outstanding performance. Their dual understanding of business processes and information and communication technologies makes them ideal candidates to deliver cutting edge solutions to exploit existing, and create new, business opportunities.

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    Interactive Multimedia and Design (IMD)

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The four-year IMD program is aimed at students who are both artistically inclined and technologically adept and who are interested in all aspects of digital media. You will acquire the tools you need to take an idea or a problem and advance it through the entire process from concept to pre-production, production and post-production. The program provides you with a multidisciplinary education through courses in computer animation, visual effects, game design and development, graphic design and human-computer interaction. The program is then further enhanced with courses in science, mathematics, business and social science.

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    International Business

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The Sprott School of Business offers a Bachelor of International Business which is recognized as a leading program in international business education. With a focus on international business, you will develop cross-cultural skills, become proficient in another language and study abroad for a year in a country where that language is spoken.

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    International Economic Policy

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This disciplinary specialization provides a good general understanding of the economic forces invoked by government intervention and helps students gain familiarity with current best evidence on the magnitude of these forces. The program’s relatively non-technical approach will give students with diverse backgrounds the opportunity to learn about issues related to economic globalization, international and public-sector economics, and the ways in which associated challenges might be resolved for the improvement of people’s well-being. This specialization will be of particular interest to students who aspire to work in economic policy institutions such as central banks, government finance ministries, trade policy institutions, financial regulatory agencies, macroeconomic think tanks, and international lending institutions.

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    International Marketing and Trade

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This concentration prepares students with the required skills for assessing international expansion opportunities. It focuses on marketing management, as well as on the international consumer perspective. As culture plays an important role in explaining why consumers behave differently in different parts of the world, students will learn how to adapt business strategy to those cultural differences and new environments.

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    International Strategy and Human Resources Management

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    In this concentration, you will develop the skills required to design and execute international business strategies related to human resources management. Special attention is placed on investigating an organization’s external and internal environments, their influences on human resources, and current approaches to hiring, training and evaluating personnel in diverse global organizations. Understanding cultural diversity will be a key component for success in this field.

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    Journalism

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Our Journalism program will prepare you for the exciting challenges that await you as a journalist, storyteller or communication professional skilled in all of the media formats, from digital to audio and video. At Carleton, we believe that the best preparation for someone seeking a career in the media is a solid, broad-based education. That’s why you will study Canadian history in addition to required journalism courses. You will also pursue other subjects, with the option of acquiring a Combined Honours degree in a wide range of disciplines such as history, legal studies, sociology, political science, communication and media studies or English literature.

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    Journalism and Humanities

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Students in this intensive degree program spend about 40 per cent of their time taking core journalism courses. They receive professional training in writing and reporting, professional ethics and media law, and learn the skills appropriate to newspaper, radio, television and new media journalism. BJ-Hum students spend the rest of their time studying art history, classics, literature, philosophy, political science and religion.

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    Latin American and Caribbean Studies

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The geopolitical region of Latin America and the Caribbean has emerged as a key area of interest for Canadians. The growing ties between the two regions is shown in the rise in trade and investment relations as well as migrant flows. Furthermore, the complex biodiversity, history and cultures of the area invite new approaches to understanding sustainable development, democracy, human rights, cultural diversity and new forms of cooperation. This specialization addresses all of these issues, and will provide you with an understanding of this dynamic and culturally rich part of the word and its engagement in the global arena.

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    Law

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Carleton is home to the oldest and largest BA program in law in Canada. In the program, you will acquire a strong understanding of the dynamics of law, including its rules, agents, institutions and power structures. You will study legal theory and its application in everyday life and you will be taught by award-winning researchers and extensively published professors. Carleton’s proximity to Canada’s important public institutions, such as the Supreme Court of Canada, Parliament and the Department of Justice can lead to unique work and volunteer opportunities for our students.

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    Linguistics

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The field of Linguistics is concerned with the formal description and analysis of language. As a student in the program, you will examine the following: the production, perception and acoustic properties of human speech sounds (phonetics); the patterns and variations of speech sounds (phonology); the categories, structure and creation of words (morphology); the structure of sentences (syntax); word, phrase and sentence meaning (semantics); language change and relationships among languages (historical linguistics); and language processing and first language acquisition (psycho/neurolinguistics).

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    Management

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Develop employer-valued skills and experience in managing and understanding people and their work relationships at individual, group and organizational levels. Prepare for careers in general management, management consulting, training and development, employee relations and strategic human resources.

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    Management and Business Systems

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This stream deals with business and the application of computers within large business organizations.

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    Marketing

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Gain critical thinking, analytical, decision-making and creative skills to effectively manage the development, pricing, promotion and distribution of products and services. Learn how to build and sustain high-value customer relationships in competitive environments. Prepare for careers in marketing strategy, sales, advertising, brand management, customer relationship management, marketing research, public relations and e-commerce.

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    Mathematics

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Built around a strong core of traditional pure mathematics, Carleton’s program allows you to branch into many areas of modern mathematics and become skilled with a variety of applications so that you are ready to play a role in driving change.

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    Mechanical Engineering

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Our program emphasizes the development of analytical, computational and hands-on skills in design, dynamics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, materials, control systems and robotics.

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    Migration and Diaspora Studies

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This multidisciplinary specialization is the first undergraduate program in Canada to bring together a broad spectrum of academic understandings of human mobility from the social sciences and humanities. It will provide you with knowledge of the social, economic, political, and cultural implications of the movement of peoples, and focus on key areas of interest in Migration and Diaspora Studies such as citizenship, cosmopolitanism, diversity, exile, integration, refugee communities and transnational identities.

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    Mobile Computing

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    We are in the midst of a long-term shift of computing applications from desktop machines to mobile platforms such as smartphones and tablets. In the Mobile Computing stream, you will study some of the fundamental problems related to computing on mobile devices, and at the same time develop the practical skills needed to develop sophisticated mobile applications.

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    Music

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Carleton University’s Bachelor of Music (Honours) program provides a solid grounding in the study and performance of a wide variety of musical instruments and traditions. Subjects of study include the practice, analysis and history of European classical music from the Middle Ages to the present; Canadian music; computer music; composition; ethnomusicology; jazz; popular music and gender studies. One of the unique things about Carleton’s Bachelor of Music program is that it is possible for students to undertake individual performance instruction with highly qualified instructors in virtually any musical tradition. We also offer a wide range of music ensembles including choir, jazz, jazz-rock fusion, music theatre, African drumming and more.

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    Nanoscience

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Nanoscience is concerned with the study of matter at a scale on the order of 10 to thousands of atoms. At Carleton, you will examine nanoscience through the disciplines of physical chemistry and electrical engineering to understand the physical, chemical and electronic characteristics of matter in this size regime. The combination of these two areas of study will equip you to fully understand nanoscience in photonic, electronic, energy and communication technologies.

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    Network Computing

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    In this stream, you will learn how to design and develop a range of networked systems, how to build safer networks and how to fix network problems.

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    Network Technology (NET)

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    The four-year NET program focuses on the design, management, operation and installation of future complex information networks such as those that make up the Internet and cell phone networks. The program is multidisciplinary in nature, combining courses in computer and network technology with courses in physics, mathematics, business, communications and arts and social sciences.

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    Neuroscience

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Neuroscience is a new, exciting, and rapidly expanding scientific discipline that aims to understand how physical processes in our brains underlie complex functions such as movement, sensation, memory, emotion, consciousness and thought. Faculty and students in Neuroscience are particularly interested in how diseases that affect the brain lead to mental health problems, with the focus of our research including depression, Parkinson’s disease, obesity, Alzheimer’s disease and concussion. Our research, like our academic programs, integrates information from many disciplines including medicine, molecular biology, psychology, immunology, genetics, chemistry and epidemiology.

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    Neuroscience and Mental Health

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Neuroscience is a new, exciting, and rapidly expanding scientific discipline that aims to understand how physical processes in our brains underlie complex functions such as movement, sensation, memory, emotion, consciousness and thought. Faculty and students in Neuroscience are particularly interested in how diseases that affect the brain lead to mental health problems, with the focus of our research including depression, Parkinson’s disease, obesity, Alzheimer’s disease and concussion. Our research, like our academic programs, integrates information from many disciplines including medicine, molecular biology, psychology, immunology, genetics, chemistry and epidemiology.

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    Philosophy

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Carleton’s innovative philosophy programs offer courses ranging over the history of philosophy, ethics and social/political philosophy, philosophy of mind and language, metaphysics and epistemology.As a graduate, you will have gained unique intellectual flexibility and sophistication as well as highly developed writing, research, analytical and oral presentation skills that are applicable in many careers and professions.

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    Photonics and Laser Technology (PLT)

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Our four-year PLT program is designed to provide you with a strong IT foundation and a specialization in optics and photonics. This program combines computer programming, automation, and signal and image processing courses with foundational courses in physics, math, business, arts, and social sciences. While also acquiring a strong IT background, students will learn about optical communication networks, lasers, manufacturing and advanced optical component design through our specialized hands-on laboratories.

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    Physical Geography

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Physical Geographers study the natural environment as a product of the interaction of the atmosphere, the hydrosphere (water in all its forms), the biosphere (all living things), the lithosphere (the solid earth) and human activity. Physical Geography is the science of the natural environment at all scales, from the smallest grain of sand to the entire planet. In the Physical Geography BSc program, you can choose from a range of courses that cover topics such as climate change, water resources and land degradation. Both fieldwork and laboratory techniques are emphasized.

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    Physics

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Physicists study the laws of nature at the most fundamental level. Advances in physics help us to understand the physical reality around us and allow us to solve problems in a broad variety of disciplines, including such disparate fields as medicine and finance. Applied Physicists use their understanding of nature to improve technology, such as telecommunications, photonics and computer technology.

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    Political Science

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Where better to study politics than the nation’s capital? Our location in Ottawa provides you with numerous chances to see politics not only nationally but internationally. You will examine such topics of study as international relations, transitions to democracy, parties and elections, globalization and social movements, and the culture and ideas of politics.

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    Psychology

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Psychologists study the mechanisms that underlie our thoughts, emotions and behaviours. They examine a diverse range of topics, such as how we think and learn, how we interact with others and how we can promote healthy development and wellness. This is accomplished by conducting research so that the knowledge gained can help us to better understand the human mind, enhance well-being and performance, and generate additional research questions.

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    Psychology (BSc)

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Psychologists study the mechanisms that underlie our thoughts, emotions and behaviours. They examine a diverse range of topics, such as how we think and learn, how we interact with others and how we can promote healthy development and wellness. This is accomplished by conducting research so that the knowledge gained can help us to better understand the human mind, enhance well-being and performance and generate additional research questions.

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    Psychology (Computer Science)

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    In this stream, you will study the relationship between computer science and psychology, examining such areas as cognitive science, human factors, human-computer interaction, the social aspects of computer use and product-design methodology.

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    Public Affairs and Policy Management

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    As a student in the Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management program (BPAPM), you will examine a wide variety of issues facing society today, as well as institutional challenges, and develop the necessary skills and knowledge to address them.

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    Religion

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    In this program, students will analyze responses to questions about identity, history, and the basis of political and ethical commitments that have been posed by the world’s major religions. The study of religion nurtures in students a respect for the complex identities of others, their histories, and their cultures. You can study the history and literature of Christianity, Islam and Judaism; examine Asian religions such as Buddhism and Hinduism; follow the rise and fall of religious leaders and movements; or explore common themes in a variety of religious traditions, such as the environment, the role of women, or death and the afterlife. A degree in Religion will equip you for many career opportunities in our increasingly multicultural world, where religious beliefs play a significant role in human affairs and continue to affect local and global events. Minors in Islamic Studies and Jewish Studies are also available.

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    Social Work

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Carleton’s Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) is a four-year Honours degree that places strong emphasis on the interactions between people and their environments. We look for innovative ways to join with people to bring about social change. Our program supports students who enjoy working with diverse populations and have strong interests in promoting social justice. The program will equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary for working sensitively and effectively with individuals, groups and communities, and for critically analyzing social policies and programs, and working towards a more equitable and just world.

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    Sociology

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    In this program, students will analyze responses to questions about identity, history, and the basis of political and ethical commitments that have been posed by the world’s major religions. The study of religion nurtures in students a respect for the complex identities of others, their histories, and their cultures. You can study the history and literature of Christianity, Islam and Judaism; examine Asian religions such as Buddhism and Hinduism; follow the rise and fall of religious leaders and movements; or explore common themes in a variety of religious traditions, such as the environment, the role of women, or death and the afterlife. A degree in Religion will equip you for many career opportunities in our increasingly multicultural world, where religious beliefs play a significant role in human affairs and continue to affect local and global events. Minors in Islamic Studies and Jewish Studies are also available.

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    Software Engineering

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Our program emphasizes the development of analytical, computational and hands-on skills in design, dynamics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, materials, control systems and robotics.

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    Software Engineering (Computer Science)

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    In this stream, you will learn to efficiently and effectively develop reliable and secure software.

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    Statistics

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Our Statistics program is designed to provide you with the basic tools you will need for statistical analysis. The Honours program also includes an introduction to the theoretical dimension of statistics required for advanced studies.

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    Supply Chain Management

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Develop the essential skills and expertise to manage geographically dispersed networks of suppliers, manufacturers, logistic services providers, transportation carriers, distributors, service support operators and customers.

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    Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    This program provides analytical and hands-on skills for designing, building, operating and enhancing sustainable energy systems that combine energy generation, distribution and utilization in an environmentally responsible and economically beneficial manner.

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    Undeclared

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Not sure what you want to study? You're not alone—and we are here to help you find your way. You can take time to explore your academic options by leaving your major undeclared for your first year. You can choose from a wide variety of courses and get academic advice on possible majors and careers. Once you've discovered first-hand what Carleton has to offer, you'll be in a better position to decide on your future path.

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    Women's and Gender Studies

    CAD 24,000 Tuition Fee

    Carleton’s Pauline Jewett Institute of Women’s and Gender Studies offers a program that engages students in critically understanding the key issues of feminist scholarship and their relationship to our lived experience. Students have the opportunity to engage in activist activities, study gender in courses across disciplines, and do a practicum placement with feminist groups from inside and outside the Carleton community. Central to our program is the consideration of how gender intersects with race, class, ethnicity, age, ability and sexuality. Students explore the practices and processes that impact on women’s and men’s lives in historical, socio-economic, cultural and political contexts.

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          • 2008-2011, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

            Great School.

            I loved attending Carleton University. Although the campus is quite big, you get used to it very quickly. In the winter, take the tunnels or skate your way on the canal to school. In the summer, enjoy the view of the Rideau canal and the breathtaking scenery. Their law program is one of a kind and you get really valuable information and great professors. I learned a lot and it has helped me in my future endeavors.

          • 2014-2018, Bachelor’s Degree, Criminology and Criminal Justice

            Great Professors - Great Campus

            Carleton University has outstanding professors who are dedicated to their students. Professors always make themselves available with office hours, as well as personal meetings if need be. Professors also ensure their students with confidence on how to receive a good C.G.P.A, by outlining exactly what is required in each course, on the course outline / syllabus. The campus at Carleton University is also outstanding. While walking through the perfect campus, equipped with beautiful residences, buildings, roads and greenery; Carleton University also runs along Ottawa's famous and gorgeous Rideau Canal. You will always feel at home when surrounded by Carleton University beautiful campus!

          • 2009-2013, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

            Fond Memories.

            I will always look back fondly on my time at Carleton. While completing my BA in Global Politics I learned a lot, gained valuable experience through an international internship in Geneva, and had experiences that I will remember and treasure for a lifetime.