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Faculty of Education

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Gupta Faculty of Kinesiology

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Student Services

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Paying for University

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Welcome to The University of Winnipeg! In these pages, you’ll find out who we are, all that we offer, how to apply, and what you need to know about our diverse, environmentally-friendly campus. We look forward to having you join the UWinnipeg community.

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You ca n make a

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Whether you want to change the world or nurture your own neighborhood: start here. Connect with open-minded learners, caring professors, and brilliant researchers. Inspire—and be inspired by—others who share your passion to do something special. Thrive in a supportive, diverse learning environment where your success is celebrated.

We will embrace who you are— and help transform you into the leader you’re going to be.

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Dave Dorning­­­ Mature student­­, Department of Kinesiology Is championing sustainable transportation through his leadership role at the UWSA Bike Lab on campus.

Dr. Nora Casson­­­ Assistant Professor, Department of Geography Is pursuing research to assess impacts of climate change on lakes and forests, including water and nutrient cycling processes.

Jason Ying Yang­­­ beata biernacka

Student, Faculty of Business and Economics Is leading UWinnipeg’s Golden Futures initiative, a volunteer trip to South Africa for students that aims to assist impoverished teens living in Cape Town.

Beata Biernacka­­­ Instructor, Department of Biology Is working to make science interesting and accessible to inner-city youth; she leads the science outreach program on campus.

From decisions that help the planet to projects that make for a better society, we always aim to put our minds and efforts to good use.

Our values make us who we are.


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Courses in more than 50 fields of study

Our Indigenous Advisory Circle ensures the inclusion of Indigenous Peoples’ perspectives in the University’s decisions.

24 Students per science lab, on average

Our Study Abroad program lets you meet new people and take courses that count towards your degree.

We offer joint programs with Red River College and CancerCare Manitoba, as well as joint grad studies with U of Manitoba.

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International students from 68 countries

Global College fosters global citizenship and human rights engagement through classes, field courses and community action.


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Great minds may not think alike, but greater thinking happens when those minds share alike. This collaborative approach to learning helps break through the limits of traditional thinking.

And that’s when amazing discoveries take place.

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A Diverse & Vibrant Campus From the iconic Wesley Hall to the ultra-modern Buhler Centre and our brand new state-of-theart RecPlex, our vibrant downtown campus is a diverse mix of modern facilities and historic structures. Bike-friendly and easy to access via Rapid Transit, UWinnipeg’s central location is steps away from a wide range of shopping, arts, culture, and multi-ethnic restaurant options.

01. Students meeting for lunch at Stella’s Café in the Buhler Centre

03. Peyton Veitch—UWSA President at the Pride Winnipeg Parade

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With numerous LEED-certified buildings on campus—including Richardson College for the Environment & Science Complex (RCFE), one of the most energy-efficient educational facilities in North America—we’ve exceeded our Kyoto commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 6% below 1990 levels, even though the campus footprint has expanded by 36% since that time. Using low-flow bathroom fixtures, energy dashboards in buildings, and eco-friendly cleaning products are just some of the ways we live our commitment to campus sustainability.

From Garbonzo’s and Stella’s Café to Elements The Restaurant, Café Bodhi, Pangea’s Kitchen, and the Malecon, a host of delicious dining choices are available across campus. There’s also Starbucks and The Smoothie Bar, for when you need a quick pick-me-up.

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Diversity Foods, our acclaimed homegrown food service (which runs Elements, Café Bodhi, Pangea’s Kitchen, and The Malecon) is renowned for fresh and healthy meals that embrace local and seasonal ingredients, cultural menus, and from-scratch cooking. Diversity Foods uses biodegradable and compostable take-out containers and cutlery, serves fair-trade organic coffee, and uses local food suppliers whenever possible.

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Students’ Association (UWSA) Bring your water bottle­—we were the first university campus in Canada to ban the sale of bottled water.

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theuwsa.ca The UWSA represents your voice, promoting student interests both on and off of campus. They also deliver and operate student services like the health plan, the Info Booth, Petrified Sole Bookstore, and the UWSA Daycare. Have your say: get involved with CKUW Campus Radio and The Uniter, the official student newspaper of UWinnipeg. From student groups and service centres to job opportunities, practicum placements, and chances to volunteer— there’s a place for you in the UWSA.

Bike to campus—The Bike Lab will keep your bike running smoothly all year long and is free to students.

wesmen.ca Along with its academics, The University of Winnipeg is highly regarded for its outstanding athletics. Come cheer on all of our Wesmen sports teams: men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, wrestling, and soccer, as well as the men’s baseball team, which was accepted into the NAIA in 2014. Your valid student ID is your free season pass to all regular season Wesmen games and to access the Bill Wedlake Fitness Centre.

Make a connection! There are 55 current

Since 1967, Wesmen teams have

student groups to join—or start your own.

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A Place to Call Home uwcampusliving.ca

Living in residence gives you the unique opportunity to live on your own without being alone. In residence, you’ll meet other students from across Canada and around the world, establish life-long friendships, and get involved in a variety of activities around campus and in the downtown area.

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First-Year Residence Guarantee UWinnipeg’s First-Year Residence Guarantee is unique in Manitoba. Eligible first-year students who follow the application process are guaranteed a room in residence.

There are 34 nationalities currently living in residence.

Living in residence is a great way to make

Residents hanging out in one of the common lounges in McFeetors Hall

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McFeetors Hall Built in 2009, this LEED Silver certified building with generous natural lighting and an energy-efficient design is just steps away from the science complex and a short walk to the main campus buildings. McFeetors Hall offers modern, air-conditioned dorm-style units with included meal plan as well as the option of family housing. McFeetors Hall dorm residents have access to common lounge/kitchen areas and laundry facilities.

Coming soon:

Lions Manor

Balmoral Houses

A great place for those who enjoy community and amazing volunteer opportunities, Lions Manor offers an on-site cafeteria, common student lounges, and on-floor laundry facilities. Choose between a single dorm (shared kitchen and washroom) or an apartment.

These renovated character homes with richly decorated common areas and back decks for barbecues, appeal to people who enjoy a community environment. Each house has between four and eleven single, furnished rooms with tasteful amenities.

UWinnipeg Commons Adjacent to UWinnipeg’s Buhler Centre, the newest addition to campus is scheduled to open in late 2016 and will provide more housing options downtown for students and the broader community. The 14-storey mixeduse apartment complex will contain 102 suites ranging from one to three bedrooms, and will offer affordable rent for students with families.


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Academic Programs uwinnipeg.ca/programs

We offer many undergraduate options, plus several unique graduate studies programs, delivered by dedicated and caring professors.

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Classics Conflict Resolution Studies Criminal Justice Developmental Studies Disability Studies East Asian Languages and Cultures English German-Canadian Studies History History of Art Human Rights Indigenous Studies Interdisciplinary Linguistics International Development Studies Mennonite Studies Modern Languages and Literatures

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Athletic Therapy Sport Coaching Exercise Science Physical and Health Education Kinesiology

German Studies Italian Studies Spanish Studies

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Pre-Architecture Pre-Chiropractic Pre-Dental Hygiene Pre-Dentistry Pre-Engineering Pre-Journalism Pre-Law Pre-Medical Technology Pre-Medicine Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Occupational Therapy Pre-Optometry Pre-Respiratory Therapy Pre-Social Work Pre-Veterinary Medicine

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Program offered with CancerCare Manitoba Radiation Therapy

Program offered with PACE

Philosophy Political Science Psychology Religion and Culture Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications Sociology Theatre and Film Theatre and Film: Dance Stream Urban and Inner-City Studies Women’s and Gender Studies

Business and Administration Economics Economics and Finance

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Integrated Education Program After-Degree Program UWinnipeg/Red River College Joint Program Vocational Teacher Education Program Winnipeg Education Centre (WEC) BEd Program Certified Teacher Program Community-Based Aboriginal Teacher Education Program (CATEP)

French Studies

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Anthropology Applied Computer Science Bioanthropology Biochemistry Biology Biopsychology Chemistry Environmental Studies and Science Geography Mathematics Physics Psychiatric Nursing (Brandon University) Statistics

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Advanced Early Childhood Care and Education

Programs offered with Red River College Applied Biology Applied Chemistry Applied Child Development and Child Care/Early Childhood Education Applied Environmental Studies Disability Studies Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Indigenous Studies/Aboriginal Self-Government Administration Joint Communications

Other Academic Programs Graduate Studies The Collegiate English Language Program PACE

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What Are Undergraduate Studies? These programs lead to a 3-year or 4-year bachelor’s degree­—a degree that will be recognized across Canada and around the world. A bachelor’s degree can be your path to employment or to a master’s degree (graduate) in your area of interest. A bachelor’s degree consists of a major (area of focus), degree requirements, and electives (engaging courses that are not necessarily related to the major). Electives and degree requirements enable you to take courses in multiple areas of interest. Business students can take a course in theatre and film, for example, while science students could also study literature or philosophy. Find the courses and subjects that are right for you!

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BA Bachelor of Arts

BSc Bachelor of Science

BEd Bachelor of Education

BBA Bachelor of Business & Administration

Faculties and the Degrees Offered Generally, the Faculty of Arts offers Bachelor of Arts (BA) degrees, the Faculty of Science offers Bachelor of Science (BSc) degrees, and the Faculty of Business offers both a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and a Bachelor of Arts. The Faculty of Education offers a Bachelor of Education (BEd), and the Gupta Faculty of Kinesiology and Applied Health offers several degrees, including a general Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin) and a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education (BPHE).

BKin Bachelor Kinesiology

BPHE Bachelor of Physical Health & Education

RRC Joint Joint Program with Red River

Hons. Honours degree

If you’re having trouble deciding, take courses that appeal to you. All courses taken in your first year can be applied to your degree once you declare your major. Double majors, combined majors, and minors allow for flexibility and multiple combinations.

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Studying within the Faculty of Arts expands your perspective and passion on a variety of different topics in social sciences and humanities, while developing essential skills in problem-solving, creative and critical thinking, research, teamwork and communications. Arts houses some of the disciplines that have been taught in universities all over the world for hundreds of years, like philosophy, classics, history and languages. It also houses some disciplines that are fairly new, like sociology, psychology, political science, and others that are brand new, like indigenous studies, urban and inner-city studies and criminal justice.

Our Bachelor of arts degree program in human rights is unique in Western Canada

Theatre & film Our theatre and film program is one of the largest in Canada

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Classics Greek and Roman antiquity has shaped our own society in countless ways. Ancient influence is evident in everything from language, literature, art, and architecture to drama, sport, and politics. If you have a desire to understand our modern world, classical studies is an ideal way to begin. Expand your intellectual horizons by learning Latin or Greek. Learn about literature, history, and philosophy by considering the works of great authors such as Homer, Aeschylus, Plato, Cicero, and Tacitus. Investigate ancient culture through art and archaeological remains.

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Conflict Resolution Studies Interested in the nature and dynamics of human conflict? This interdisciplinary program explores topics of violence, power, justice, peace, communication and culture from personal, local, and international perspectives. You will learn alternative ways to deal with conflict—ways that develop healthy relationships, build community, and prevent violence. Sample Courses • • •

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Introduction to Greek Society Sport in the Ancient World History of Ancient Rome Classical Mythology Introductory Latin

Career Possibilities Work in museums, tourism, publishing, or the civil service. Many courses provide excellent background for professions such as medicine, law, and education. Classics majors who continue on to graduate school may go on to teach in areas such as ancient history, philosophy, literature, and archaeology.

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Conflict and Culture Women and Peacemaking Conflict in the Family or Workplace Legal Systems and Alternative Dispute Resolution Nonviolent Social Change

Career Possibilities Graduates build careers in social services organizations, mediation, counselling, labour, business, human resources, government, corrections, law, and the education system. BA 3yr / BA 4yr

This program is taken through Menno Simons College

BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons.

Criminal Justice This program focuses on different aspects of the criminal justice system, including the police, courts and corrections, and other forms of social sanctions and controls. Students are challenged to think critically about how justice is best achieved, the key issues confronting the criminal justice system, the strengths and weaknesses of possible reforms, and the ethical dilemmas facing criminal justice practitioners. Sample Courses

Criminal Law Criminal Justice and the Media Criminal Procedure Crime Victims

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Career Possibilities Career opportunities in policing and law enforcement, federal, provincial, or civic corrections, probation officer work, Canada Customs workers, counsellors, or police officers. Currently, the best employment opportunities exist in the areas of policing and corrections. A useful background for those who wish to study law. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons.

Menno Simons College Interested in studying international development or conflict resolution? Menno Simons College takes pride in helping students reach their goals in addressing poverty, crime, war and violence, and aspires to embody values of justice, peace and service, both in our teaching and in our lives. Through course work, local and international practicums, and skills workshops, you’ll have hands-on learning opportunities to tackle these pressing issues. Menno Simons College students have travelled to and volunteered in over 50 different countries, including placements in Tanzania, Uganda, Thailand, Cambodia, Jordan, Costa Rica, Ecuador, India, and Nepal, among others. For more information about MSC practicum placements, please visit mscollege.ca/practicum

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Developmental Studies Analyze the biological, environmental, and social factors that influence individual and group development. There are three streams available within Developmental Studies:

A. Individual Human Development: Concentrate on individual human development, ranging from prenatal and infant development to adolescent psychology and gerontology.

B. Comparative Biological Development: Focus on animal development, ranging from animal physiology, chemistry, and genetics to evolution, zoology and primatology.

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Sample Courses Speech and Language Disorders in Children The Child, Family and Social Policy • Abnormal Behaviour in Children and Adolescents • Comparative Animal Physiology • Developmental Psychology • •

Career Possibilities Opportunities are available in child care services or human service-oriented professions, gerontology or family studies. BA 3yr

/ RRC Joint

The University of Winnipeg offers the only

C. Child Development and Child Care: A joint program offered by

degree-granting program in Early Childhood

UWinnipeg and Red River College or Université de Saint-Boniface. Graduates of this stream are eligible for the highest classification level from Manitoba Family Services and Labor: Early Childhood Education III.

Education in Manitoba.

In 2014–2015, Arts faculty members took 220+

Three members of the Faculty of Arts­—

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Margaret Sweatman, Jonathan Ball, and David A.

30 countries, and 25 U.S. states.

Robertson—received 2015 Manitoba Book Awards.

Disability Studies Disability Studies will challenge you to think about “disability” and “ability” in new ways. Using the social model rather than the bio-medical model, the problem becomes a lack of ramps rather than the fact that someone uses a wheelchair. The focus of this interdisciplinary program is the critical analysis of disability in society. Topics to be considered include human rights, social movements, normalcy, eugenics, genetic engineering, family, sexuality, gender, aging employment, education, and international development.

East Asian Languages and Cultures Study the Chinese, Japanese and Korean languages and delve into the intellectual legacy, cultural habits, religious and social values, literatures and history of the East Asian region. Gain insights into a dynamic region that is a major factor in current affairs and shaping our global future for years to come.

Disability Studies is a joint program with Red River College. For more information, see page 45.

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Theorizing Disability Introduction to Disability Studies I and II Theorizing Disability Disability Studies Seminar I Disability Studies Field Placement I

Career Possibilities Opportunities are available in teaching, research, advocacy, policy analysis in various levels of government, the non-profit sector, and the health care sector. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons. / RRC Joint

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East Asian Cultural Foundations Traditional Japanese Culture Making of Modern East Asian Culture Topics in Buddhist Culture and Society Chinese Cinema

Career Possibilities Graduates work in fields such as education, government, translating, and within international business. BA 3yr / BA 4yr


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Dr. Zbigniew Izydorczyk Department of English

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English Consider the various aesthetic, cultural, and historical factors that influence what we read and write. Courses focus on literary periods that range from classic to contemporary; writers from Shakespeare to Geoffrey Chaucer to Carol Shields and Tomson Highway. You will read a wide variety of texts, study the English language, and investigate and practice the process of writing while developing excellent analytical skills that will prepare you for success in any field. Choose a general program or focus on Literatures and Cultures; Creative Writing; or Young People’s Texts and Cultures. Sample Courses • • • • • •

Writing Poems Shakespeare Picture Books for Children Fairy Tales and Culture Literature and Film Types of Popular Literature

Career Possibilities Critical readers and writers are required in business, law, medicine, politics, education, and public service. English is also excellent preparation for careers that involve writing and research, including advertising, journalism, publishing, and public relations. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons.

Is a medievalist specializing in the reception and transmission of Apocrypha during the Middle Ages. In May 2014, he was invited to be a visiting scholar at the École normale supérieure (ENS) in Paris, France.

German-Canadian Studies Focus on the history and culture of German-speaking immigrants and their descendants in Canada and around the world. Although German-Canadian Studies is not a major, the background it provides will be especially relevant to students interested in the complexities of migration, immigration, and multiculturalism. This means that you may focus on, and receive credit for, study in German-Canadian Studies while working toward a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. Sample Courses • • • • •

Canadian Immigration and Settlement The German-Canadian Presence in Canadian History History of International Migration: The German Experience German-Canadian Identity­—Historical Perspectives Global Migration History

Career Possibilities Graduates have found employment as an archivist, biographer, historic preservationist, educator, researcher or journalist.

Dr. Izydorczyk has published books on the surviving manuscripts of the Gospel of Nicodemus and other New Testament apocrypha.

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History Exploring the past helps students understand the events of the present and anticipate the complexities of the future. You may choose to study local, national and international history or focus on transnational and global issues such as war and peace, crime and conflict, slavery and human rights, or health and disease. Courses are also available in indigenous history, oral history, social and gender history, and business and labour history. Improve your ability to think and write critically, evaluate evidence and reconcile different perspectives, narratives and interpretations of the past.

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History of Art Have you ever wondered how Michelangelo came to produce one of the world’s most influential works on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, or why Andy Warhol’s painting of the Campbell’s soup can became famous? If so, you may find the history of art a fascinating field of study. Probe the history behind the world’s outstanding sculptures, paintings and architecture. Develop skills in critical thinking and visual communication, and come into firsthand contact with selected works of art. Sample Courses

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History of Winnipeg Environmental History of the Americas History of Canadian Education Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust History of the Métis in Canada History of Africa

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Secrets of Museums Arts of the Arctic Modern Architecture and Design Arts of the Middle Ages Women, Art and Society Indigenous Art

Career Possibilities Career Possibilities Many history graduates find the skills they have developed in critical analysis and presentation particularly valuable in the fields of education, business, law, government, and journalism. Graduates also go on to find employment in museums, libraries, or archives.

Graduates may work as art historians or curators, or perform other jobs in galleries and museums. Some may work for cultural agencies such as the Canada Council or the Manitoba Arts Council. Others may follow career paths in teaching, business, commerce, or government. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons.

BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons.

Human Rights A major in Human Rights exposes you to issues of human rights from diverse perspectives, including conflict resolution, women’s and gender studies, indigenous studies, international development, English, political science, history, philosophy, and religion and culture. Sample Courses • • • • •

Introduction to Global Citizenship History of Human Rights in Canada Colonization and Aboriginal Peoples Human Rights Institutions Human Rights Practicum (in local or overseas settings)

Global College Global College fosters global citizenship and engagement in human rights through classes, field courses and community action. Our Student Advisory Council channels its passion into social justice advocacy campaigns, educational events for high schools, and lots of fun activities. Summers are for learning—in Human Rights field

Career Possibilities Develop knowledge and analytical skills relevant to a wide range of jobs in both public and private sectors, international rights and advocacy groups, humanitarian and refugee organizations. The Human Rights program also offers an excellent background for law school.

courses led by UWinnipeg profs in countries like Colombia or South Africa. There are also special format on-campus summer courses that are taught by experts from around the world on topics dealing with gender, slavery, terrorism, human trafficking, or global citizenship.

BA 3yr / BA 4yr

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Indigenous Studies The department is grounded in the intellectual and cultural heritage of indigenous peoples in Canada (including First Nations, Inuit, and Métis) and around the globe. Students from all backgrounds and disciplines explore the unique complexities and broad, diverse cultures associated with indigenous studies. For most students, adding a minor or major in Indigenous Studies will benefit them personally and professionally. The faculty is interdisciplinary and their research covers indigenous issues in Canada, the U.S., Southeast Asia, Colombia, and New Zealand/Aotearoa.

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Interdisciplinary Linguistics Examine the complexities of language use in daily communication within various social and cultural contexts. Gain an in-depth understanding of how language encodes meaning, and gain skills to write, read and speak with greater confidence, fluency and power. A better understanding of how the cultural context influences and is influenced by linguistic choices will enable you to extend your range of and success with subtle forms of expression. Sample Courses •

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Introductory Cree/Introductory Ojibwe Indigenous Women and Resilience International Rights of Indigenous Peoples Indigenous Self-determination The Politics of Indigenous Knowledge and Biodiversity

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Introduction to Linguistics Linguistic Anthropology Languages of the World Textual Analysis Indo-European Language and Myth Contemporary Linguistic Theory

Career Possibilities Career Possibilities Look forward to working in leadership and management positions within indigenous and other governments, and in urban and other community-based organizations. Options for further education include pursuing the Master of Arts in Indigenous Governance at UWinnipeg or other graduate degrees, including law.

Linguists find employment in interpreting, second language education, writing, editing, proofreading, public speaking, broadcasting, policy writing, lexicography, voice coaching, acting and as communication specialists in business, advertising, law, and medicine. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons.

BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons. / RRC Joint

one-on-one mentality “ The is definitely a reason I’ve been successful in my coursework, leading to becoming published as an undergrad and helping to obtain employment come

Students in the Aboriginal Student Services Centre (ASSC) Lounge

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International Development Studies This program looks at causes and solutions to poverty through economic, social, and political change. You will learn about the connections between sustainable use of the environment, satisfaction of human needs, peace, hope, and structures for just and inclusive decision making at the local, national, and global levels. Sample Courses • • • •

African Development Issues Conflict and Development Issues in Indigenous Communities Crisis, Humanitarian Aid and Development Environmental Sustainability: A Global Dilemma

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Dr. Ivan Roksandic Department of Interdisciplinary Linguistics and Anthropology

Career Possibilities Graduates find careers with international relief and development organizations, local non-profit and social development groups, and in government and business. Graduates work in fields like agriculture, economics, education, human rights, community development, policy, immigration and health services. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons.

This program is taken through Menno Simons College

Mennonite Studies Study the rich heritage of the Mennonites and their contribution to society. Combine studies in history, religion, culture, and literature as they relate to Mennonites. A major in Mennonite Studies focuses on the Mennonites’ culture of nonviolence, history of migration, and struggle to define themselves as an ethno-religious group.

Is an expert linguist whose research shows that early populations in the Caribbean likely came to Cuba and Jamaica directly from Central America.

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Latin America and the Mennonites: Migrations, Missions and Anti-Modernity History of Peace and Nonviolence I and II: From Antiquity to Today Mennonite Studies I: Interpreting the Radical Reformation Mennonite Studies II: From Russia to North America and Around the World

Career Possibilities Students can pursue work or further study in the areas of multiculturalism, peace and nonviolence, religion in society and Mennonite-related fields. BA 3yr

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r. Dule vicovac Criminal Justice, BA ’94

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Modern Languages and Literatures French Studies Take classes in language, linguistics, writing, translation and francophone literature. Special first-year classes for beginners and for students with basic French or immersion. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons. / Minor

German Studies Language courses for beginners to advanced students; culture, film, writing, and literature courses. Exchange program with the Universität Bamberg. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / Minor

Spanish Studies Language courses for beginner to advanced students. Study diverse areas of language, literature, culture, film, writing, business and translation. BA 3yr / Minor

Italian Studies We offer introductory Italian and intermediate Italian. These courses provide a solid foundation for further study and are an excellent complement to a major in French Studies or Spanish Studies.

Career Possibilities Opportunities are available in international business, tourism, translating/interpreting, community development, as well as journalism and teaching. In Canada especially, being bilingual looks great to employers.

Is an international human rights lawyer who has worked for the United Nations Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro, and Kosovo. His work involves helping people in postconflict situations who have been displaced from their homes.

Philosophy Enjoy thinking about life’s big questions? You might be a natural philosopher! In philosophy, we think in a disciplined and imaginative way about questions common to all humans by studying the works of great thinkers such as Plato, Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas, Descartes, Hume, Kant, Hegel, and Wittgenstein. You’ll learn to think clearly and critically, as well as come to understand the origins of important ideas that influence us today. Sample Courses • • • • • •

Classical Philosophy Moral Philosophy Health Care and Bioethics Environmental Ethics Philosophy of Religion Social and Political Philosophy

Career Possibilities

to teach a course examining

Our graduates find rewarding careers in education, journalism, research, government, administration, counselling, policy-making, business, and law.

multinational peacekeeping

BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons.

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Political Science This program offers a systematic study of politics at various levels: global, regional, national and local. It examines how politics affects our lives and how different actors (such as international organizations, governments, political parties, social movements, civil society and individuals) make decisions that can effect changes. Students can choose courses from five streams: Global Politics; Political Thought; Law, Public Policy and Administration; Canadian and Comparative Politics; and City and Community Politics.

Psychology Psychology uses scientific methods to understand why people think, feel, perceive, and behave how they do. Comprehensive theories consider brain processes, basic principles of learning and cognition, and social and cultural influences. These theories in turn guide evidence-based efforts by clinical and other applied psychologists to alleviate suffering and help people realize their full potential. Students can pursue a Psychology degree in Arts or a Biopsychology degree in Science (see Science section).

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Global Politics Politics and Art Canadian Legal Systems City Politics Reason and Revolution Government-Business Relations in Canada

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Social Psychology Developmental Psychology Physiological Psychology Culture and Psychology Psycholinguistics Abnormal Psychology

Career Possibilities

Career Possibilities

Political scientists by training are valued in both the public and private sectors. Employment in local, provincial or federal government offices, political parties, media, labour unions, law enforcement services, teaching, and international organizations (including the United Nations, non-governmental organizations, and multinational corporations).

Psychology courses help people in their personal lives, are required for graduate study in psychology, and are generally part of or prerequisites for degrees in areas such as nursing or medicine, education, speech pathology, law enforcement, social services, business, and public administration.

BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons.

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Religion and Culture Explore the human search for meaning, as it is expressed in stories, rituals, codes of conduct, canonical texts and cultural values. Focus in one of four areas: Historical Judaism, Christianity and Islam; Religion and Modern Western Culture; Asian Religions and Cultures; and Aboriginal Religious Traditions. The scope of religions covered range from traditional Western religions like Judaism and Christianity, to local aboriginal traditions, Islam, and Asian traditions (Hinduism, Buddhism, Daoism, and Confucianism).

Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications Learn to write in different genres, analyze visual and verbal arguments, trace the impact of print and electronic media on Western culture and examine how ideology is encoded in texts. Become an adept communicator, with highly adaptable skills in drafting, revising, editing, and the ability to write effectively for a range of audiences, media, and purposes. Sample Courses • •

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Religion and Popular Culture Elementary Biblical Hebrew Religions of India Gender and Sexuality in Muslim Societies Philosophy of Yoga Religion and Science

Career Possibilities Career options exist in fields where secularism, pluralism and multiculturalism are significant factors, such as education, mediation services, social work, employee relations, immigration services, international development, and certain branches of law. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons.

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Career Possibilities Graduates work as fundraising consultants, public affairs officers, media coordinators, publicity agents, technical or scientific writers, copywriters, or copy editors. Other potential careers exist in government and politics: speech writer, researcher, press secretary, or health communications officer. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / RRC joint


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Theatre and Film Join one of the largest theatre and film programs in Canada. Obtain a degree in one of six different concentrations: Acting and Directing; Design; Drama in Education; Filmmaking; Playwriting; or Stage Management and Production. Coursework will encompass a full range of practical and theoretical study. Prepare for an exciting career in the arts. A separate dance program stream is offered jointly with Winnipeg’s highly acclaimed School of Contemporary Dancers. Sample Courses •

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Animals in Society Criminological Theory Immigrant Families Green Criminology Social Policy and Social Welfare Political Sociology

Career Possibilities Careers in areas such as social services, criminal justice, social research (including government, independent and contract research), industrial relations, administration, education, journalism, public service and personnel management.

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Career Possibilities Careers in the entertainment industry: theatre production, filmmaking, theatrical and film performance, theatre and general arts administration, media and teaching or further study at the graduate level and/or teaching in a university or professional drama school. BA 3yr / BA Hons.

BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons.

Recent Theatre and Film Graduates’ Success Stories Samantha Hill has starred on Broadway as Christine in Phantom of the Opera and Cosette in Les Miserables.

Stephanie Sy and Nyk Bielak have starred in international tours of We Will Rock You and The Book of Mormon, respectively.

Performance of Cyrano de Bergerac at the Asper Centre Theatre

Filmmaker Ryan McKenna recently screened his short film Controversies at Cannes.

Matt Hannam worked as an editor on the hilarious TV show Less Than Kind and edited renowned Canadian director Denis Villeneuve's film, Enemy, starring Jake Gyllenhaal.


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Urban and Inner-City Studies Cities continue to face great challenges, from managing suburban growth to promoting inner-city revitalization; from responding to the opportunities and challenges created by rapidly changing demographics to those created by globalization and socioeconomic change. Examine the political, economic, social and spatial context of these challenges from many perspectives, including that of the urban aboriginal experience, the immigrant and refugee experience, and the role of women in our society.

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Women and the Inner City Poverty and the Law Urban and Community Planning Colonization and Aboriginal Peoples Housing and Neighbourhoods Immigration and the Inner City

Career Possibilities Mid-level civil servants are finding careers in departments such as housing, social services, adult education, recreation, justice and health. Many graduates are finding employment with inner-city communitybased organizations, where they are brought into direct contact with the many challenges and opportunities in Winnipeg’s inner city. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons. / Certificate in Urban and Inner-City Studies

Women’s and Gender Studies This program is focused on developing a critical consciousness of societal inequalities, including those based on social differences such as sex, gender, race, class, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity and culture. In doing so, it fosters awareness of the realities and diverse experiences of women, men, trans and two-spirited people, while advocating for social change. Sample Courses • • • • • •

Girls, Women, and Popular Culture Women, Health, and the Environment Boys, Men and Masculinities on Film Sex, Gender, Space and Place Gender in Fairytale Film and Cinematic Folklore Food Cultures, Sex and Gender

Is a bestselling author and comedic actor whose book “How Not To Calm A Child On A Plane and Other Lessons in Parenting from a Highly Questionable Source” is being developed into a sitcom by actor/ comedian Will Arnett’s (Arrested Development, The Millers) production company.

Career Possibilities Work in law, social services, education, psychology, justice, politics, advocacy, social work or health services. Occupations include: advocate for hate-crime victims, director of a battered women’s centre or rape crisis program, staff at a human rights organization, policy analyst, cultural critic, researcher-writer and counsellor for Planned Parenthood. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons.

Johanna’s video “Momhead” went viral in 2014, has more than 2.5 million views, and was featured on CNN.

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Steeped in our interdisciplinary approach, learning opportunities in our business and economics programs engage and challenge students with real-world contacts. We don’t just create graduates—we create innovative leaders who are capable of adapting to the everchanging needs of a modern world.

Our programs offer a unique integrative approach to studying business and economics. We break down the traditional barriers, exposing you to a wider range of study. The core curriculum provides each student with a solid foundation of the principles, theories and knowledge needed to succeed.

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dr. fabrizio di muro Department of Business & Administration

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Business and Administration In business today, you need a broad understanding of people, politics, history, environment, communications and so much more. Whether you’re looking to work locally, internationally or start your own venture, a UWinnipeg business education goes beyond the classroom. Our program offers a range of flexible skills, knowledge and opportunities to help you grow. Prerequisites: Pre-Calculus Mathematics or Applied Mathematics 40S Business and Administration students can earn a 3-year or 4-year Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), with the 4-year program offering a general stream or a concentration in one of the following areas: • • • • •

Accounting Human Resource Management and Organizational Behaviour Marketing International Business Co-operative Enterprises (future concentration)

Career Possibilities The range of employment opportunities is extremely varied, including private, public, for-profit and not-for-profit businesses and organizations. A 4-year BBA provides a strong foundation for future business graduate degrees, such as an MBA or MSc. BBA 3yr / BBA 4yr / Rrc Joint

Is an award-winning researcher whose studies on consumer behavior and marketing have garnered international attention. His recent co-study found that an exciting product launch could actually hurt sales of an innovative new product.

Economics Economics analyzes how societies provide for their well-being. The human, capital and land resources at a society’s disposal are limited. Economics studies the social issues that arise from the competition and cooperation among individuals, private organizations, and governments to meet those wants. Prerequisites: Pre-Calculus Mathematics or Applied Mathematics 40S Economics students can earn a 3-year, 4-year or Honours Bachelor of Arts in Economics. In our 4-year BA in Economics, you can choose from six different concentrations: • • • • • •

Public Policy Environmental Economics Development Financial Markets Political Economy Pre-Honours

Career Possibilities

One of Dr. Di Muro’s well-known studies found people are much likelier to spend crumpled money than crisp new bills.

A degree in economics is highly recommended for students planning a career in business, financial services, government or international organizations, and for students planning to go into law, accounting or graduate business schools. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons.


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Economics and Finance Economics and Finance analyzes how financial instruments and markets can contribute to the well-being of all members of society. These instruments and markets allow consumers to invest in private firms, entrepreneurs to expand their businesses, and public officials to manage their debt. The program also considers how best to manage and regulate these markets in order to ensure they operate for the benefit of all stakeholders in the economy. Prerequisites: Pre-Calculus Mathematics or Applied Mathematics 40S Economics and Finance students can earn a 4-year Bachelor of Arts degree or a 4-year Bachelor of Business Administration in Economics and Finance.

Career Possibilities Economics and Finance graduates are inclined to work in business, government, banking, or international organizations. Economics and Finance is highly recommended for students interested in careers as financial advisors, financial analysts or chief financial officers.

are a close-knit group of “ We business students from all over the world. The connections made here have already proven valuable, as a majority of the students who were once my study partners and group members are now key people in my networking circles.

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Considered among the best in North America, our teacher education program is committed to preparing capable, caring educational leaders who are grounded in the ideals of service, scholarship, and equality.

We are the only university in Winnipeg to offer an integrated program, where students can complete two degrees concurrently. Apply to the integrated program directly from high school, as mature learners, or as transfer students from other faculties or institutions. We also offer a 2-year after-degree program for students who hold a recognized undergraduate degree.

02 earn two degrees at the same time, in only five years

see the world Five international countries to choose from for part of your practicum

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jan stewart Faculty of Education

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Integrated Education Program This unique program will allow you to work towards two degrees at the same time—and gain a lot of practical experience too! Over a period of five years, you’ll work towards your Bachelor of Arts, Kinesiology or Science, at the same time as your Bachelor of Education. Starting in your second year, you’ll be placed in the classroom to observe and gain teaching experience. You’ll continue student teaching in every year of the program for a total of 24 weeks of experience. After-Degree Program If you already have a university degree, you can earn a Bachelor of Education in just two years at The University of Winnipeg. To be eligible to apply, you must have course work completed in two Arts or Science teachable areas (see list of majors and minors on pg. 31). In both the Integrated and After-Degree programs, students choose from one of four streams: • • • •

Early Years Stream—Kindergarten to Grade 4 (K–4) Early/Middle Years Stream—Kindergarten to Grade 8 (K­–8) Middle Years Stream—Grades 5 to 9 Senior Years Stream—Grades 9 to 12

The Manitoba Elementary Teachers’ Association Scholarship is awarded annually to an outstanding student in the early, early/middle, or middle year streams of the program.

Is leading a Canadian study aimed at helping refugee youth navigate through school and find meaningful careers. She has authored several books and led international conferences on the educational challenges of children affected by violence, abuse, mental health issues, neglect, and human rights violations.

of the kind attention of my “ Due professors and advisor, as well as the many practicum experiences, I feel empowered to pursue my dream of teaching.

Dr. Stewart was honored in 2010 with UWinnipeg’s Marsha Hanan Global Ethics Award.

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Other Ways to Become a Teacher UWinnipeg/Red River College Joint Program Through this 5-year integrated program, you’ll take courses at UWinnipeg and Red River College. Upon completion of the program, you will have a major in business, industrial arts/ technology, or Aboriginal language education, and a second academic major in a teachable subject area. Vocational Teacher Education Program Graduates of Red River College’s Technical Vocational Teacher Education diploma may obtain a BEd degree by completing 60 credit hours at The University of Winnipeg. We offer both a full-time option, and a flexible part-time program designed for full-time teachers. The Winnipeg Education Center (WEC) BEd Program This is an access program, committed to providing mature citizens of Winnipeg’s inner city with the necessary education and supports to become teachers. Students in this program work toward two degrees concurrently. Our program is designed to prepare Early/Middle Years teachers, and is grounded in meeting the needs and challenges of the inner city.

Community-Based Aboriginal Teacher Education Program (CATEP) This program is a partnership between the Faculty of Education and the Seven Oaks and Winnipeg School Divisions. Through CATEP, aboriginal educational assistants are able to complete a Bachelor of Education degree while maintaining full-time employment in the school division. Applicants must be employed by Seven Oaks or Winnipeg School Division, and must first apply and be accepted by their school division for admission to this program.

Minor Teachable Areas

Art*

Art*

Indigenous Studies**

Biology

Anthropology

Chemistry

Biology

Kinesiology and Applied Health (Teaching Stream only)

English

Chemistry

Law***

French

Classics

Math

Geography

Dance

Music*

German (EY, E/MY, MY streams only)

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Philosophy

Developmental Studies

Physics

Human Ecology* Indigenous Studies** Kinesiology and Applied Health (Teaching Stream only) Math Music* Physics Spanish (EY, E/MY, MY streams only)

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Certified Teacher Program If you are an internationally trained teacher who has been certified in another country, you can enroll in the Faculty of Education to complete the courses that you need or complete a Bachelor of Education degree to qualify for a permanent, professional teaching licence in Manitoba.

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Kinesiology is the study of human movement. By approaching the subject from a physiological, psychological, and sociological perspective, you will begin to understand how and why we move— and how we can optimize human potential for motorskill performance. The Gupta Faculty of Kinesiology and Applied Health combines and integrates the academic teaching and research capacity with the commitment to high performance and community sport in the Department of Athletics.

20 national championships won by wesmen teams

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Dr. Rob pryce Department of Kinesiology & Applied Health

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Kinesiology and Applied Health Explore the study of human movement through any one of our program areas designed to help you develop an understanding of research and practice in physical activity, health, fitness, exercise, and sport. Athletic Therapy (4yr BSc) The scope of practice of an athletic therapist is devoted to the health care of the physically active individual. This involves injury prevention, immediate care, and reconditioning of musculoskeletal injuries. UWinnipeg’s AT curriculum is accredited by the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association (CATA). Coaching (4yr BKin) Students who select the Coaching stream will engage in an intense study of the coaching of a specific sport. In addition to completing a 4-year Bachelor of Kinesiology degree, students should also meet the knowledge requirements of the National Coaching Certification Program and the Chartered Professional Coach (ChPC) designation.

Is researching the effect of motion during transport of patients with potential spinal cord injuries and unstable fractures—to improve the medical care of Manitobans transported by ambulance. His multiple research interests include clinical/obesity biomechanics and physical activity (PA) measurement.

Exercise Science (4yr BSc) Exercise Science looks at physical activity from a science-based perspective. Students learn about human movement through multidisciplinary approach such as: Anatomy, Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Health and Wellness Promotion, and others. As an exercise science graduate, students will have the opportunity to complete professional certifications both during studies and post-graduation through the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology (CSEP.ca), leading to careers as Certified Personal Fitness Trainers (CPT) or Certified Exercise Physiologists (CEP), or pursue graduate degrees and/or careers in Health Sciences. Kinesiology (General, 4yr BKin) In addition to the programs listed above, a general KIN degree can be applied to various careers spanning: physical activity and aging, adapted physical activity (working with persons with disabilities), sport psychology, and sport administration, among others. Physical & Health Education (Teaching, BEd/BPHE or BSc) Combine Kinesiology with a 2-year Bachelor of Education degree to prepare to teach physical education at the early, middle, or senior years levels. Sample Courses

Physical Growth and Motor Development Prevention and Care of Injuries Human Anatomy Sport Psychology

Scientific Principles of Fitness and Conditioning

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He is part of the UWinnipeg team that developed the Sun Life Youth Diabetes Awareness and Education program, tailored for inner-city youth.

Career Possibilities Kinesiologists work in the health sector, with amateur or professional sport teams, industry, public and private business, teaching, rehabilitation, health- and fitness-related institutions and agencies, and in public community sport, fitness, and physical recreation programs, or child care settings.


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what we offer A 3-year Bachelor of Physical and Health Education (BPHE); a 4-year Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin), and two 4-year Bachelor of Science (BSc) degrees­—in Exercise Science or Athletic Therapy.

of Kinesiology is well-situated

Students pursuing a science degree have the opportunity to choose the business stream, providing skills needed to enter and succeed in industry and business (courses offered through the Faculty of Business).

to make a difference in

partnership with CmCC The faculty has a new partnership agreement with the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) that allows students to mutually accept transfer courses towards a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, and the Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Students from UWinnipeg enrolled in this pathway will qualify to apply to CMCC after their second year of study for admittance after their third year. Upon completion of the 4-year chiropractic program, the UWinnipeg student will also graduate with a BSc degree in Kinesiology.

the inner city and beyond.

conducting research, teaching, and sport programming within

Dr. David Fitzpatrick Dean of the Gupta Faculty of Kinesiology & Applied Health

Last year two UWinnipeg Athletic Therapy

The Wesmen Athletics program, which now

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sci ence


Students choose us for our small class and lab sizes, award-winning professors, amazing research opportunities, and reputation for excellence. A science degree can open doors to employment, graduate programs or professional studies in dentistry, medicine, optometry or veterinary medicine. The Richardson College for the Environment and Science Complex is UWinnipeg’s home for science, sustainability initiatives and community learning programs, attracting leading researchers from around the world. Students and faculty alike engage in cutting-edge research in one of the most energy efficient educational buildings in North America.

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Anthropology Anthropology is the study of humankind, our nature as biological, cultural, and social beings, and the changes in our ways of life from earliest times to the present day. Study human biological evolution in ancient societies, or in the diversity of peoples and cultures in the contemporary world. Specialize in cultural anthropology, linguistics, archaeology, or physical anthropology. Practical experience is available through the archaeological field-school. Sample Courses • • • • •

Myth, Magic, and Shamanism Archaeological Field School Introduction to Forensic Anthropology Human Evolution Primate Behaviour

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Applied Computer Science Focus on the theory and application of computing in business and scientific environments through three streams of study. Applied Computer Science stream: Focus on programming fundamentals, information management, software engineering, operating systems, net-centric computing, human computer interaction and intelligent systems. Information Systems stream: Focus on information and business needs of the IT industry. Prepares students in information-oriented courses, and also in system- and Internet-based technologies. Health Informatics stream: Focus on health information needs, infrastructure, standards, and jurisdiction, combining all three areas of IT, business and health. Prerequisites: Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S

Sample Courses Career Possibilities

Careers working in museums and cultural heritage organizations, governmental and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), as well as the fields of health, law, business, information science, resource conservation, international development, and minority and ethnic relations.

BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons.

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Advanced Internet Programming E Commerce Data Warehousing Senior Systems Development Project Software Design and Architecture

Career Possibilities Programmer/developer, database specialist, network systems and data communications analyst, systems analyst, designer, software engineer, project manager, web application developer, or computer support specialist. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BSc 3yr / BSc 4yr / BSc Hons.

Bioanthropology Examine human biological systems of the past and present, through a combination of courses in anthropology, biology, chemistry and statistics. Study methods in human and primate evolution as you acquire experience in current laboratory techniques. The Bioanthropology program offers you the option of combining two exciting disciplines to create a skill set that is interesting and unique. Prerequisites: Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S and Chemistry 40S

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Field School in Paleoanthropology Genetics Human Osteology Introduction to Forensic Science Method and Theory in Archaeology

professors are incredibly “ The talented, friendly, and helpful with advice for those trying to figure out what to do after graduation. As well, undergraduate students have many opportunities to do research.

Career Possibilities Employment opportunities exist in government and hospital laboratories, forensic laboratories, museums, and zoos. This program also provides a basis for entry into professional programs in dentistry and medicine, and to graduate programs in anthropology and biology. BSc 3yr / BSc 4yr

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Biochemistry Biochemistry is the chemistry of life. Investigate living systems by combining the knowledge and methodologies of biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, and microbiology with those of the physical sciences. You will learn about the chemical make-up of cells, the regulation of metabolism, and the actions and control of genes. In addition, you will become familiar with the laboratory techniques used in this large area of science. Prerequisites: Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S and Chemistry 40S

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Dr. jaime cidro Department of Anthropology

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Biology of Prokaryotes and Viruses Evolution, Ecology, and Biodiversity Methods in Biochemistry Molecular Cell Biology Organic Chemistry

Career Possibilities Careers in food technology, pest control, and the design and manufacture of pharmaceuticals and diagnostics, research on the molecular basis of diseases, development of pesticides and medical diagnostics, forensics, immunology, environmental remediation, and physiology. BSc 3yr / BSc 4yr / BSc Hons.

Biology Specialize in areas of botany, zoology, microbiology, cell biology, ecology, and genetics. Our faculty teach and conduct research in a wide range of programs in botany ecology, forest ecology, mosquito biology, evolutionary genetics, molecular biology, evolutionary physiology, soil microbiology and remediation, limnology, bioinformatics, genomics, dendrochronology, virology, behavioural biology of birds and mammals, effects of UV radiation on the environment, and cell biology. Prerequisites: Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S and Chemistry 40S

Is a researcher looking at Aboriginal health issues through a socio-cultural lens. She focuses mainly on Canadian Aboriginal populations on Manitoulin Island and in Northern Manitoba. She also works in urban Aboriginal issues within Ontario.

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Evolution, Ecology, and Biodiversity Molecular Genetics and Genomics Microorganisms and Disease Comparative Animal Physiology Urban Forestry

Career Possibilities Government laboratories, university research laboratories, scientific consulting organizations, pharmaceutical companies, conservation and wildlife management, and the scientific publishing industry. BSc 3yr / BSc 4yr / BSc Hons. / RRC Joint

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Dr. Malachi & Dr. Obi Griffith

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Biopsychology This program provides you with an understanding of the integrated relationship between biology and psychology and is firmly based in the natural sciences, with intense study of molecular, biochemical, anatomical, physiological, behavioural, and developmental approaches. Develop a strong understanding of the structure and function of the nervous system as you explore the relationship between the nervous system and behaviour. Prerequisites: Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S and Chemistry 40S

Biology & Biochemistry, BSc Hons. ’02 Sample Courses • • • • •

Human Neuropsychology Comparative Animal Physiology Cognitive Neuroscience Molecular Genetics Physiological Psychology I

Career Possibilities Employment opportunities exist in government laboratories, university research laboratories, scientific consulting organizations, pharmaceutical companies, neuroscience, psychology, medicine, speech pathology, and communication disorders. BSc 3yr / BSc 4yr / BSc Hons.

Are twin brothers who work on the front line of cutting-edge cancer research, as Assistant Directors at The Genome Institute, Washington University School of Medicine. Their world is bioinformatics—combining computer science, statistics, math and engineering to study and process biological data.

Chemistry Delve into a science that reaches all aspects of our lives— from our health and nutrition to our scientific discoveries and management of an environmentally sustainable world. Chemical science plays a role in dealing with many challenges today, from pollution and the scarcity of fresh water, to food production and the development of vaccines and drugs and the development of new materials. Specialize in analytical, organic, inorganic, or physical or biochemistry. Prerequisites: Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S and Chemistry 40S

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Organic Chemistry Thermodynamics and Kinetics Atoms, Molecules, and Spectroscopy Quantitative Chemical Analysis Environmental Toxicology

Career Possibilities

At the age of 36, the brothers were on WIRED Magazine’s 2013 Smart List.

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Environmental Studies and Science Pursue a degree in Arts: Issues in Sustainability: Learn to devise and enact policy development in sustainability, and obtain the research skills needed to make recommendations to policy makers. Urban Environments: Concentrate specifically on the economic, social, political, and environmental policy problems and issues related to urban expansion.

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Human-Environmental Interactions Business and the Environment Environment and Health Environmental Sustainability Law and the Environment

Pursue a degree in Sciences: Forest Ecology: Discover the role our forests play within the overall management of other natural resources. Forest Policy and Management: Explore administrative and cultural practices which are important to developing and maintaining forest policy and forest management. Chemistry Stream: Study the fundamental chemical nature of the environment with a focus on organic and inorganic chemistry and biochemistry.

Career Possibilities Fields such as ecology, parks management, natural resource management, land evaluation, trace contaminant and hazardous waste management, and global environment issues. Graduates have worked at the UN, the Atomic Energy Corporation of Canada, The Canadian International Development Agency, and various municipal and government departments. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons. / BSc 4yr / Bsc Hons. / RRC JOINT

Global Environmental Systems: Study physical and regional geography, systematic human geography, geographical techniques, and human impact on the environment. Accredited by the Canadian Environmental Accreditation Commission (CEAC) and Environmental Careers Organization (ECO) Canada—Our degrees meet a national standard of quality.

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Geography Explore local, regional and global systems, climate change, and urban and community development. Pursue a degree in Science or in Arts: Cultural and Social Geography: Focus on the variation in the human landscape around the world, with emphasis placed on urban systems and planning (including housing), environment and resource management, and the geography of health and aging. Special attention is paid to the regional geography of Western and Northern Canada. Physical Geography: Examine components of the natural environment, including landforms, weather and climate, soils and vegetative systems, and their impacts on humans. Geomatics: Develop skills in geographic information systems, interpretation of satellite images, computer mapping, and statistical data analysis. The Department of Geography has a top of the line microcomputer and Geomatics lab.

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Climate Change and Variability Environmental Perception Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Human Geography of the Canadian North Natural Hazards

Career Possibilities Opportunities in planning (city, rural or regional), natural resource management, cartography and geographical information systems, policy development, market assessment, international development, tourism, resource conservation and hydrology. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BA Hons. / BSc 3yr / BSc 4yr / Bsc Hons. / Rrc joint

A UWinnipeg student recently placed in the 94th percentile,

Dr. Anna Stokke received a 2015 YMCA-YWCA

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math education in Manitoba.

Mathematics At its most fundamental level, mathematics is a way of thinking. Mathematicians are in the business of logical reasoning. Develop your ability to work with numbers, shapes and figures, and to reason in a logical manner. You’ll have the opportunity to work with researchers to apply your skills and receive hands-on experience. The Department of Mathematics, in conjunction with the Faculty of Education, offers a postbaccalaureate program for K-8 teachers.

Physics In our nationally recognized physics department, you’ll study the inner workings of the nucleus, and the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in diagnosing disease. Investigate the inner workings of black holes, higher-dimensional cosmology and quantum gravity. Specialize in computational, chemical, or mathematical physics, or in one of the medical streams that include a practical component—medical physics, radiation health and safety, or radiation therapy.

Prerequisites: Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S

Prerequisites: Physics 40S and Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S; Chemistry 40S is required for the Chemical Physics stream

Sample Courses • • • • •

Introduction to Calculus I and II Linear Algebra I and II Discrete Mathematics Group Theory Complex Analysis

Sample Courses • • • •

Career Possibilities Employment in areas related to finance, computers, insurance, telecommunications, engineering, physics, biology, or economics, as well as in mathematical research and education. Also a great choice for students destined for programs such as medicine, dentistry, management, or law. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BSc 3yr / BSc 4yr / BSc Hons.

Astronomy Cosmology: Science Fact to Science Fiction General Relativity Subatomic Physics Quantum Mechanics

Career Possibilities Computers, engineering, finance, geophysics, meteorology, lasers and optics, medical physics, military applications, space science, teaching, and high-tech, academic, and corporate research. BSc 3yr / BSc 4yr / BSc Hons.


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Psychiatric Nursing This program combines psychiatric nursing education with courses in Arts and Science. This is a collaborative program between Brandon University and The University of Winnipeg. You can earn a Bachelor of Science in Psychiatric Nursing from Brandon University in four years, all of which may be completed in Winnipeg. Prerequisites: Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S and Chemistry 40S are strongly recommended

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uwinnipeg alumni:

mark abotossaway Physics, BSc ’10

Sample Courses (offered by BU on UWinnipeg campus) • • • •

Psychopharmacology Principles of Palliative Care Psychiatric Nursing with Children and Adolescents Integrative Clinical Practicum

Career Possibilities Graduates can be licensed as Registered Psychiatric Nurses (RPNs) and find work in government agencies, health care facilities, correctional institutions, group homes, crisis units, personal care homes, addiction agencies, community services, and agencies for persons with developmental handicaps. BSc 4yr

Statistics Today’s society is bombarded with information. The Internet, politicians and the media are constantly citing numbers, ratios and percentages to bolster points of view. Statistics offers the tools to understand this language through rational decision making. Take courses in statistical analysis, survey sampling and operations research, while learning tools for application in business, computing and government. You can pursue a degree in Science or in Arts. Prerequisites: Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S

Is a structural analysis engineer working for Boeing. An Ojibwe from the Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation, he came to UWinnipeg as a mature student and found the educational culture reminiscent of his learning experience growing up.

Sample Courses • • • • •

Statistical Analysis I and II Elementary Biological Statistics I and II Intro to Statistical Computing Business and Management Statistics Statistical Quality Control

Career Possibilities Employment in government, agricultural research, health care research, and quality control or actuarial work. Work with specialists such as economists, biologists, chemists, and doctors to assist in the design of experiments and sampling plans and the analysis of research data. BA 3yr / BA 4yr / BSc 3yr / BSc 4yr

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PreProfessional Studies If you have the vision, determination, and passion to enter a profession such as medicine, law, or engineering, The University of Winnipeg is the place for you. Our smaller class sizes, research opportunities, and strong reputation for academic excellence will give you the advantages you need when applying to your program of choice.

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One-Year Programs

Veterinary Medicine

(30 credit hours)

Chemistry 40S, Biology 40S, Physics 40S and either Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S

*High school courses listed are the prerequisites required to fulfill the admissions requirements of the professional institution.

Architecture/Environmental Design Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S is recommended Total: 4/6 years

Chemistry 40S and either Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S

Total: 3 years

Medical Technology Chemistry 40S, either Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S, and Physics 40S may be required Total: 2/5 years

apply for admission. We provide you

Chemistry 40S, either Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S, and Biology 40S

with the preparatory courses needed to

Total: 5 years

Respiratory Therapy Chemistry 40S, Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S; Biology 40S, and Physics 30S or 40S may be required and are strongly recommended Total: 4 years

professional courses does not guarantee admission to

Social Work No specific prerequisites required Total: 4 years

the subsequent professional program. Each professional

Two-Year Programs

program requires a separate

(60 credit hours)

application and entry is competitive, not automatic.

Dentistry Chemistry 40S, Physics 40S, Biology 40S and either Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S Total: 6 years

Journalism Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S may be required Total: 4 years Courses taken as part of pre-professional studies are applicable to other UWinnipeg degree programs. If you

Law

change your mind about your studies, you may want to

No specific prerequisites required

consult with an academic advisor or an instructor

Total: 5 years

from your area of interest to formulate a new study plan.

Chiropractic (Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College)

completion of some study before you

Completion of pre-

(90 credit hours, equivalent to a 3-year bachelor’s degree)

Chemistry 40S, either Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S, and Biology 40S is recommended

Pharmacy

Canadian universities.

Three-Year Programs

Dental Hygiene

Many professional programs require the

fulfill the admission requirements at other

Total: 6 years

Total: 7 years

Engineering (Dual Degree Opportunity with the University Of Minnesota Institute of Technology) Chemistry 40S, Pre-Calculus and Physics 40S; Computer Engineering students do not need Chemistry 40S Total: 5 years

Medicine Chemistry 40S and either Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S; Biology 40S, Physics 40S, Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S and English 40S are recommended Total: 7 years

Occupational Therapy Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S is required; Biology 40S, Chemistry 40S, Physics 30S or 40S are strongly recommended Total: 5 years

Optometry Chemistry 40S and either Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S; Physics 40S and Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S may be required Total: 7 years

Physical Therapy Pre-Calculus or Applied Mathematics 40S, Chemistry 40S, Biology 40S and Physics 30S or 40S may be required and are strongly recommended Total: 5 years


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Applied & Joint Programs Blend academic and hands-on practical experience through UWinnipeg joint programs with Red River College, CancerCare Manitoba, and The University of Winnipeg’s Professional, Applied and Continuing Education (PACE). RADIATION THERAPY WITH UWINNIPEG & CANCERCARE MANITOBA Radiation therapy involves the use of radiation (in this case, high energy x-rays) to treat the cancer cells in the body. This joint diploma/degree program with CancerCare Manitoba (CCMB) leads to a Diploma in Radiation Therapy from CCMB and UWinnipeg, followed by a Bachelor of Science degree (4-year) from the UWinnipeg’s Physics Department. ADVANCED DIPLOMA IN LEADERSHIP IN EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION WITH PACE & UWINNIPEG This is a leadership development program that is designed for professionals within the early childhood care and education sector. It is a unique combination of courses from the Professional Studies Program Area in PACE and the Developmental Studies degree program through UWinnipeg.

There are 15 joint programs available through UWinnipeg and its educational partners.

APPLIED AND JOINT PROGRAMS WITH UWINNIPEG & RED RIVER COLLEGE Applied Biology Qualified biotechnologists are in demand in Manitoba. Study molecular and cellular biology and develop the necessary laboratory skills required in biotechnology. Graduates will receive both a diploma in Chemical and Biosciences Technology from RRC and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from UWinnipeg. Optional cooperative, integrating academic studies with 12 months of paid work experience in biology-related positions. Applied Chemistry Graduates will receive both a diploma in Chemical and Biosciences Technology from RRC and a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from the UWinnipeg. Graduates may find work in federal or provincial government laboratories, industrial laboratories, hospital laboratories, or with pharmaceutical or chemical companies. Applied Child Development & Child Care/Early Childhood Education Obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Developmental Studies from UWinnipeg and a diploma in Early Childhood Education from RRC or Université de Saint-Boniface in only four years. In your studies, you’ll take courses from a number of different departments including Education, Business, Psychology, and Conflict Resolution Studies, and develop essential skills in early childhood management and leadership, human development, inclusive education, language disorders, and clinical report writing. Applied Environmental Studies Prepare for a career in the health and service industries in Manitoba. Courses cover such topics as waste management, soil-vegetation systems and environmental ethics. Choose between a 4-year and 5-year program. In the 5-year program you’ll have the option of completing a co-operative work term consisting of a minimum of 16 weeks of full-time, paid work experience.

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Disability Studies Disability Studies is offered jointly with the Disability and Community Support diploma program at RRC. All students majoring in Disability Studies must complete the diploma program at RRC, and may begin their studies at either institution. Students in Disability Studies graduate with both a diploma from Red River College and a degree from UWinnipeg. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) There is a demand for GIS-literate graduates in Manitoba, with careers available in a wide variety of areas— health, the environment, emergency preparedness, defense and business geographics. Students who successfully complete the RRC GIS Technology Post-Graduate diploma program will be granted 30 credit hours toward either a BA (4-Year) or BSc (4-Year) in Geography at UWinnipeg. Indigenous Studies/Aboriginal Self-Government Administration A multidisciplinary program that explores the diverse cultures associated with indigenous studies and governance. Students who complete the diploma in Self-Government Administration at RRC are granted 45 credit hours towards their UWinnipeg degree. Joint Communications Combine the two-year Creative Communications diploma from RRC with credits from UWinnipeg for a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. You’ll take classes in journalism, advertising, public relations and broadcast production, and sharpen your skills with hands-on experience during work placements. Graduates of the program enjoy a high rate of employment and pursue exciting careers around the world. This program requires simultaneous application with the RRC joint program.


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Other Academic Programs From high school at university to graduate-level studies, career-focused continuing education, and English-language programs, we provide a range of quality educational pathways to meet the diverse needs of learners.

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THE COLLEGIATE collegiate.uwinnipeg.ca Founded in 1888, The Collegiate tradition is one of academic excellence and accessibility, in an environment of critical thinking and community spirit. The Collegiate offers grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 high school programs. The Collegiate and The University of Winnipeg have a seamless admission process in place that accelerates admission into the first year of university. Admission Categories Full-Time Regular Student/Visiting Student Complete grades 9-12 or transfer credits back to your home high school

Mature Student Over the age of 19 before the expected date of graduation

Accelerated Student Earn university credits while completing the final year of high school

Concurrent Student For students who are missing a maximum of three high school courses in order to qualify for undergraduate admission. Concurrent status allows them to take selected high school and university courses simultaneously.

Model School Graduate Studies uwinnipeg.ca/grad-studies

The Model School at UWinnipeg’s Collegiate high school is an initiative for students who show potential but need a different kind of learning environment. Students receive individualized learning plans so they

Our graduate programs offer a variety of opportunities for graduate students: many of the programs feature a multi-disciplinary approach, some are pre-professional programs, and all train students in small cohorts, emphasizing opportunities to network with other scholars.

can reach their fullest potential.

Master’s Programs Master of Science in Applied Computer Science & Society Master of Science in Bioscience, Technology & Public Policy Master of Arts in Cultural Studies Master’s in Development Practice Master of Divinity Master of Arts in Environmental, Resource & Development Economics Master of Arts in History* Master of Arts in Indigenous Governance Master of Marriage & Family Therapy Master of Arts in Peace & Conflict Studies* Master of Public Administration* Master of Arts in Religion* Master of Arts in Theology *Offered jointly with the University of Manitoba. These programs must be applied for through the University of Manitoba.

Supplementary Programs for Graduate Students Higher Education Teaching Certificate Program Post-Graduate Professional Skills Certificate Program

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Professional, Applied, and Continuing Education (PACE) pace.uwinnipegcourses.ca PACE is a dynamic and flexible option offering full-time programs, online courses and programs, off-campus programs in partnership with other organizations, and programs that provide a pathway to university degree studies. Full-time Programs Educational Assistant Diploma Human Resource Management Diploma Internet Systems Specialist Diploma Managerial and Financial Leadership Diploma Network Security Diploma Project Management Diploma Public Relations, Marketing & Strategic Communications Diploma

Part-time Programs Advanced Diploma in Leadership in Early Childcare & Education Business Systems Analyst Diploma Canadian Risk Management Career and Employment Coach Certificate Career Development Practitioner Certificate Educational Assistant Diploma Higher Education Teacher Certificate

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAM (ELP) uwinnipeg.ca/elp

Human Resource Management Diploma Information Assurance & Security Certificate Innovation Development Certificate

If you are an international student and you do not meet the English Language Requirements, you can take the Academic/ Pathway English Program through ELP. Students in our program improve their ability to read academic material, write essays, take notes, and give presentations. The Full-time English Program begins in September, January, and May.

Introduction to University

Students who complete the hightest level of the Academic/ Pathway program earn six credits towards a UWinnipeg Degree.

Network Security Certificate

IT Management Certificate Management Certificate Manitoba Arts & Cultural Management Certificate Marketing Management Diploma Masters Certificate in Project Management Online Management Certificate Post-Graduate Professional Skills Certificate

Full-time Programs

Practical Workshop Facilitation Skills Certificate

Academic/Pathway English Program

Professional Edge Seminars

General English Program

Project Management Diploma

Foundations English Program

Public Relations Diploma

Short Term Intensive English Programs

Serious Games Certificate

Customized Programs

ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES (ESP) uwinnipeg.ca/esp

Global Welcome Centre uwinnipeg.ca/gwc

English for Specific Purposes is a program funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada for permanent residents of Manitoba who wish to strengthen their communications skills for professional or academic purposes. Academic courses are designed to help prepare newcomers for university or college-level classes.

Funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada, the Global Welcome Centre is run through UWinnipeg’s English Language Program and offers academic services that help permanent residents living in Manitoba gain access to and succeed in higher education.


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Student Services As a student at The University of Winnipeg, you’ll have access to a wide variety of free student services to support you in your studies.

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Student Recruitment & Institutional Relations

Student Intake & Wellness

welcome@uwinnipeg.ca

Committed to taking a holistic approach, recognizing that in addition to academic resources, students may need other supports, both from on-campus services and/or community resources.

Call, email or make an appointment to meet with a Recruitment Officer to discuss your program options and how to become a student.

Awards & Financial Aid awards@uwinnipeg.ca Find out how to finance your studies and how to apply for scholarships, awards, bursaries and government loans.

Admissions Office Student Central 204.779.UWIN (8946) studentcentral@uwinnipeg.ca uwinnipeg.ca/student-central

admissions@uwinnipeg.ca Once you have submitted your application and supporting documents, Admissions will send you important information about your UWinnipeg username and password as well as your student ID number.

Accessibility Services & The Accessibility Resource Centre For all new students, student central is where you go to do the following:

studentwellness@uwinnipeg.ca

Counselling Services uwinnipeg.ca/counselling-services Students are invited to discuss any concern, difficulty, or dilemma affecting their well-being throughout their university experience with a UWinnipeg personal counsellor.

Career Services careers@uwinnipeg.ca If you are unclear about your career options, or would like to find out more about how your degree relates to a career in your chosen field, you can meet with Career Services. Career Services is only available to current students at this time.

accessibility@uwinnipeg.ca If you are a student who requires Accessibility Services (AS) including adaptive and/or accommodation services, you can declare your interest in receiving information about AS on your application.

Drop off applications, fees and documents

Check an application status

Drop off Awards & Financial Aid applications

Adult Learner Services/Recognition of Prior Learning Assessment (RPL)

Pay tuition fees (by debit, cheque or cash only)

adultlearner.uwinnipeg.ca

Set up tuition payment plans

Reset WebAdvisor or Webmail user ID and password

Get help with registration on WebAdvisor (our online registration system)

Get a locker

Purchase an Academic Calendar

Get your student photo ID

If you are a new student who has been out of school for three or more years and you do not meet the regular admission requirements, you qualify as mature status. The RPL process works to turn your “prior learning” skills gained through work and life experience into university acceptance and credit.

We are committed to ensuring a culture of respect and safety on campus that applies to everyone.

Registration Centre registration@uwinnipeg.ca If you would like to register in-person or if you have questions pertaining to WebAdvisor, you can call or visit Student Central for help.

Academic Advising

Free “Smart Start” Study Skills Workshops available at lunch hour for advice on time management, effective note-taking and useful study tips.

advising@uwinnipeg.ca

Visit Student Central in Centennial Hall to connect with Student Services.

As a new incoming student, you will benefit from a First Year Information (FYI) Session where you learn to use WebAdvisor and learn to construct your first-year schedule. Every year you are a student with us you can also meet with an Academic Advisor.

The Library & Information Services is where our very helpful library staff will assist you in sourcing research materials, archives, interlibrary loans and other necessities for your studies.


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Aboriginal Student Services Centre (ASSC) uwinnipeg.ca/assc A hub of excitement and a vibrant gathering place for educational, cultural and social activities, the ASSC strives to create a sense of community for students throughout their studies. The ASSC student lounge has a computer lab, lockers and a kitchen facility, and is open seven days a week from 7 am–11 pm. Student supports are available at the Centre as well, including free tutoring, Elders-in-Residence, Aboriginal Student Council, and academic advising. University Preparatory Program This 16-week program provides mature students who do not meet regular admission requirements the opportunity to develop/enhance grammar and writing skills and to prepare for and write the GED test. Upon receipt of the GED certificate, individuals from the program will be guaranteed admission to UWinnipeg. Transition Year Program We recognize that the transition to full-time study in university can be difficult; the Transition Year Program is designed to help you choose your first-year classes and match you with a returning Aboriginal Student Mentor, who helps you become familiar with the available supports and services as you adjust to university life.

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Supporting Our Aboriginal Student Community There is a wide array of awards dedicated to First Nations, Métis and Inuit students, such as the Margaret E. Nix & Slade C. Nix Entrance Scholarship, which is awarded annually to a female Aboriginal student who resides in Manitoba and is entering an undergraduate degree program at UWinnipeg. uwinnipeg.ca/awards-aboriginal-students Related Academic Programs •

Master’s in Development Practice (MDP) in Indigenous Development

Master of Arts (MA) in Indigenous Governance

Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Indigenous Studies

Bachelor of Education ACCESS Program (BA/BEd)

Community-Based Aboriginal Teacher Education Program (CATEP)

Urban and Inner-City Studies Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Certificate Program

Bachelor of Theology (BTh) partnership between the Dr. Jessie Saulteaux Resource Centre and the Faculty of Theology

10% of our student body is comprised of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit students.

ASSC Contact Info Andrea McCluskey

Randy White

Jeffrey Booth

Tim Coughlan

204.786.9865

204.786.9983

204.786.9818

204.786.9922

a.mccluskey@uwinnipeg.ca

r.white@uwinnipeg.ca

j.booth@uwinnipeg.ca

t.coughlan@uwinnipeg.ca

The Library located in Centennial Hall is a great space for studying or to catch up on reading

Manager, Micro-Communities/ Aboriginal Academic Advisor

Transition Year Program Coordinator

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Admission When you are ready to apply to UWinnipeg, there are three easy steps you will follow:

01. CHOOSE YOUR FACULTY & MAJOR Decide whether you are interested in the Faculty of Arts, Business and Economics, Education, Kinesiology or Science. Take a look at the available majors and decide which one(s) you are interested in, either by reading this book, checking out our website (uwinnipeg.ca/futurestudent), joining us for the presentation at your high school, or giving us a call at 204.779.UWIN to find out more.

02. check the admission requirements Regular You are a high school student graduating in June, a prior high school graduate, or you hold a mature student diploma, and have completed the required high school courses for admission.

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If you do not meet Regular admission requirements, there are many ways to qualify for admission under one of the following categories: Accelerated You are a high school student who is ready to start university early. You still have to complete some high school courses to graduate, but would like to take a limited number of university courses. Concurrent You are missing three or less high school credits to meet Regular requirements and plan to finish your remaining high school credits at The University of Winnipeg Collegiate while taking a limited number of university courses. Conditional If your admission average (based on your final grades) is between 50-64.99%, you may be admitted to the University under the condition that you are on a reduced/limited course load. Mature You do not have the required high school courses for Regular high school admission. You are 21 or over, or you will turn 21 during the calendar year in which you are admitted for the first time. You will be on a reduced/limited course load. Transfer You are currently studying at another university or college, but you want to transfer to UWinnipeg to complete your degree. You will be required to submit your post-secondary transcripts and course syllabi for assessment. For other admission categories, including home school,

Regular requirements for all programs in the Faculties of Arts, of Science, of Kinesiology, of Business and Economics: •

Be a high school student with standing in at least 30 Manitoba high school credits.

Or hold a high school diploma or mature student diploma and have completed required courses as indicated below: •

Five credits at the grade 12 level (A, S, G or U*). Three must be 40S. Physical Education 40F cannot be used as one of the five courses. Present a minimum one credit of core English 40S (Comprehensive Focus, Literary Focus or Transactional Focus) and one credit of Mathematics 40S (Pre-Calculus, Applied or Consumer/Essential).

Have an average of at least 65% calculated on core English 40S and Mathematics 40S, plus one other 40S credit from a different subject area.

42U (dual credit) can also be used, if applicable.

mature access, and international, please visit:

uwinnipeg.ca/admissions-req

If you have questions about academic programs please contact Student Recruitment at:

welcome@uwinnipeg.ca If you have questions about the application process please contact the Admissions office at:

admissions@uwinnipeg.ca Call us: 204.779.UWIN

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03. fill out the online application uwinnipeg.ca/apply

application Deadlines

Self-Reporting Grades

Advantages

December 1

Expected grade 12 marks

• Considered

for major and application-required scholarships

• Considered

for a Special Entrance Scholarship

• Priority

course registration for the Fall term

• Considered • The

February 1

Expected grade 12 marks

• Considered

for major and application-required scholarships

• Considered

for a Special Entrance Scholarship

• Priority • The

March 1

June 1*

course registration for the Fall term

University will request final grades directly from your high school

Expected grade 12 marks (final marks from first semester

• Considered

and expected marks for the rest of the year)

• Priority

Expected grade 12 marks (final marks from first semester

for admission before the December break

University will request final grades directly from your high school

for a Special Entrance Scholarship

course registration for the Fall term

• The

University will request final grades directly from your high school

• The

University will request final grades directly from your high school

and expected marks for the rest of the year)

* Applications submitted after June 1 will be considered, however, processing time may be delayed. Students who submit their application after June 1 will have to provide their final high school marks.

Self-Reporting Grades Self-reporting grades is part of the admission application process, where Manitoban high school students submit their expected or final grade 12 marks in order to be evaluated for admission. The grades you report on your admission application will be either: Final Grades These are marks that have been confirmed and are on your report card or transcript. Expected Grades These are marks that you believe you will attain at the end of the semester or year. Students can estimate expected grades based on a number of things such as how well you did in similar courses in grade 11, the current mark you have in your grade 12 courses so far, or how well you are doing in the course based on tests or papers you have already done.

What you Need to Apply Met Number Your Manitoba Education and Training (MET) number is a 9-digit number found on your transcript, or to be requested from your school office. Application Fee There is a one-time non-refundable application fee of $90 required when you apply. This fee must be received by the University before we can start assessing your application. If paying by cheque or money order, please make it payable to The University of Winnipeg. Transcripts The University will request final marks for current high school students who apply for admission by June 1. All other students will need to provide official transcripts for any high school or post-secondary education previously taken. Original copies only—photocopies, faxes or scanned copies will not be accepted.


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Requirements for the Faculty of Education Apply before June 1* •

Be a high school student with standing in 30 Manitoba high school credits, or: Hold a high school diploma or mature student diploma and have completed required courses as indicated below: •

Completed five credits at the grade 12 level, designated A, S, G or U. Physical Education 40F cannot be used as one of the five courses. Students are encouraged to have an average calculation of at least 70%. The average calculation is based on the student’s English and math combination, plus courses from the approved list. Please refer to the Education Combination Chart below and Approved List to the right. Students who are not admitted into Integrated Education on their first application can be offered general admission into Arts, Kinesiology, or Science, start a program in their desired teachable areas, and then apply to transfer into education for the following year. It is recommended that potential transfer students acquire work and/or volunteer positions with children/youth, as applicants are considered based on grades and relevant experience.

* Any student with an average of 78% or higher who applies by March 1 will receive rolling admission offers once they submit their application. Between March 1–June 1, any remaining spots will be offered to: a) students with a 78% or higher, and then b) students with less than 78% (but above a determined minimum).

Approved List of Grade 12 Courses The following courses can be used to calculate the average for entrance into the Faculty of Education: Accounting Systems

English 40S or A

Law

Anglais

(two credits)

Mathematics

Art Biology Chemistry Chinese (Cantonese) 41G Chinese (Mandarin) 40S Cinema as a Witness to Modern History Computer Science Cree/Ojibway/Saulteaux 41G Current Topics in First Nations, Metis & Inuit Studies

Family Studies

(Applied Mathematics 40S or Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S)

Filipino

Music 40S

Français French

(One of: Band, Choral, Guitar, Strings, Private Music option)

Geography

Physics

German

Polish

Global Issues: Citizens and Sustainability

Portuguese

Hebrew

Spanish

History of Western Civilization Italian

Dramatic Arts

Japanese

Economics

Latin

Psychology Ukrainian World Issues

Note: 1. In place of English 40S or A (two credits), Français and French Immersion students may present Anglais 40S or English 40S or A (one credit), PLUS Français 40S. Consumer Mathematics and Essential Mathematics 40S are not approved courses and cannot be used to calculate the Education admission average. Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and Accelerated (42U) courses will be used to calculate Education admission and Entrance Scholarship averages.

Integrated Education Majors and Minors—Prerequisites See possible teaching majors/minors on page 31. Be sure to check if your intended teaching major has further prerequisites from high school. Teaching majors in Aboriginal languages, business education, industrial arts/technology education and vocational education are available through the joint programs with Red River College.

Education Combination Chart

2 Credits of English 40S or A (2 credits are combined to create one grade)

or English/Anglais 40S & Français 40S

1 Credit of English 40S or A

Pre-Calculus Math 40S

Applied Math 40S

Consumer/Essential Math 40S

Eligible

Eligible

Eligible

Average Calculation: Higher grade

Average Calculation: Higher grade

Average Calculation: 2 credits of English + 2 Approved List courses

(either the combined English mark or Pre-Cal)

(either the combined English mark or Applied)

+ 2 Approved List courses

+ 2 Approved List courses

Eligible

Not Eligible

Not Eligible

Average Calculation: Pre-Calculus Math 40S + 2 Approved List courses

Note: 1. Consumer Mathematics and Essential Mathematics 40S cannot be used in the average calculation for Education. One credit of English also cannot be used in the average calculation for Education; students must present two credits of English which will be combined to become one grade. 2. Students who have not successfully completed either grade 12 Applied Mathematics 40S or Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S will be required to take an additional non-credit mathematics course at the University (Math-0041(0) Mathematics Access I) in order to meet the math prerequisite for the mandated math course in the program (Math-2903(3) Mathematics for Early/Middle Years Teachers) OR take an entrance test at the University to determine if they meet the math prerequisite for MATH-2903(3) Mathematics for Early/Middle Years Teachers. For more information, please contact the Faculty of Education at 204.786.9491.


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additional Requirements Out-of-Province In order to qualify for admission to The University of Winnipeg, students need to meet the high school graduation requirements in their home province (achieve a high school diploma) as well as any additional UWinnipeg entrance conditions. Province

Requirements for Admission

English Requirements

Alberta/Northwest Territories/Nunavut

Five academic courses at the 30 level

English 30-1

British Columbia/Yukon

Four academic courses at the grade 12 level

English 12

New Brunswick

Six academic courses at the 120, 121 or 122 level

English 121/122

Newfoundland

10 credits at the 3000 level

English 3201

Nova Scotia

Five academic or advanced courses at the grade 12 level

English 12

Ontario

Six courses at the grade 12 U or M level

English ENG4U

Prince Edward Island

Five academic courses at the grade 12 level (621 or 611)

English 611 or 621

Québec

One year of CEGEP with a minimum of 12 academic courses. The Grade 12 Certificate of Graduation with six academic subjects may also be considered.

English 603 (2 courses)

Saskatchewan

Five academic courses at the 30 level

English A30 & B30

Note: 1. Required admission average is 65% in all provinces. 2. Admission average calculation is based on the required English plus the two highest academic courses used for admission. In Manitoba it is based on the required English and math, plus one other course used for admission. 3. The requirements for admission, the admission average, and the calculation of the admission average differ for the Faculty of Education, visit uwinnipeg.ca.

Advanced Placement (AP) & International Baccalaureate (IB) The University of Winnipeg recognizes the Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) secondary school programs. The University will take AP and IB courses into account when considering admission requirements, proof of English language proficiency, scholarships and university credit. uwinnipeg.ca/ap-ib Accelerated Status The University of Winnipeg currently runs several sections of our first year courses at various high schools in Manitoba. Most of the courses are set up in the schools to be “dual credits” (42U); that is, the school has the Provincial Department of Education approve their application to teach the 42U course so students take it as both a high school course and a university course. All 42U courses successfully completed can be presented as part of the minimum high school requirements

for admission, for qualification for entrance scholarships, and transferable university credit. Some examples of 42U courses include Anthropology, Biology, Conflict Resolution Studies, English, Psychology, and Sociology. English Language Policy The language of instruction at UWinnipeg is English. If English is not your first/primary language and you are not from an English exempt country, you must provide supporting documentation to show you meet one of the required conditions. Students studying at a high school in Manitoba or Canada meet this requirement by simply completing a core grade 12 English with a final grade of 70% or better. uwinnipeg.ca/language-req


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Paying for University uwinnipeg.ca/awards

The University of Winnipeg is committed to making post-secondary education accessible and ensuring that students are rewarded for their academic achievements.

5 Ways to Pay for University 01. Entrance Awards We reward academic excellence with awards such as the Special Entrance Scholarships, which are granted to high school students based on their Grade 12 averages. To qualify for these academic performance-based awards, you must apply for admission by March 1.

04. Part-time Work Work on campus with professors doing research or marking, with student groups, or take advantage of other opportunities like the Work-Study Program that provides job opportunities for full-time undergraduate students. As a downtown university, we are also walking distance to many different retail, commercial industries, and restaurants, which are perfect for part-time work.

uwinnipeg.ca/awards 02. Student Loans, Grants and Bursaries The Manitoba Student Aid Program offers loan, grant and bursary programs for students who show financial need. Students should apply by early July to receive their funding for the Fall term.

05. External Funding There are many companies and organizations that offer awards for university students. uwinnipeg.ca/external-awards studentawards.com canlearn.ca

gov.mb.ca/educate/sfa 03. In-Course Awards There are many awards available to students in their 2nd, 3rd and 4th year of university. For example, the Sir William Stephenson Scholarship is annually awarded to two students who demonstrate outstanding leadership qualities and the potential to make a valuable contribution to Canada. uwinnipeg.ca/awards

The Opportunity Fund This fund was created to help make it possible for youth to dream big. Unique among universities in Canada, the goal is to help ensure access to higher learning, bridge the graduation gap, and transform lives through education. There are three programs within the fund­­—tuition credits, youth-in-care tuition waivers and bursaries. It is specifically designed to assist under-represented groups such as Aboriginal students, people from war-affected nations, refugee populations, and students from inner-city neighborhoods. To date, more than $2 million has been awarded to over 1,800 students! For more information about available bursaries and support please visit:

uwinnipeg.ca/of The University administers more than $7.5 million in annual assistance from the Manitoba Student Aid Program.


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Examples of Major Entrance Scholarships

Scholarship

Number of awards available & Amount

Criteria

Walter Leatherdale Entrance Scholarship

1 or more awards of $48,000 ($12,000 per year for 4 years)

Scholarship will cover direct costs for one or more outstanding students from rural Manitoba, preferably from farming communities.

Buhler Bursary in Business & Economics

1 award of $25,000 ($10,000 for the first year and $5,000 per year for 3 years)

Full time student declared major in Business & Administration or Economics. Demonstrated financial need and satisfactory academic progress. Preference is given to single parents.

The Winnipeg Police Service Opportunity Scholarship in Memory of Injured & Fallen Officers

1 award of $10,000 ($2,500 per year for 4 years)

Scholarship established to support educational opportunities for students from the North End and Downtown Winnipeg schools. Students who have made contribution to, or have been involved with their school or community.

The Minute Maid Inner-City Leadership Scholarship for Kinesiology & Applied Health

2 awards of $5,000

Students entering their first year of Kinesiology and Applied Health. Minimum high school admission average of 75% graduating from an inner-city high school in Winnipeg. Exceptional involvement within their community or school demonstrating leadership with athletic and/or coaching programs and services for the inner-city. Preference will be given to Aboriginal, new immigrant or students from low income families.

Marsha P. Hanen Entrance Scholarship

$10,500 ($4,500 X 1 Year and $2,000 x 3 Years)

Awarded in recognition of the presidency of the University of Winnipeg of Dr. Marsha P. Hanen (1989–99). It will be awarded annually to an outstanding Manitoba high school graduate who has made outstanding leadership and extracurricular contributions in school and the community.

Note: 1. Apply for admission and submit an Entrance Scholarship application by February 1st 2. Some awards are by nomination. See your guidance counsellor for more information on your school’s nomination policy. Applications will be available online as of November 1. 3. All scholarship values are quoted in Canadian dollars. For more information, contact the office of Awards and Financial Aid at awards@uwinnipeg.ca or 204.779.UWIN (8946) or go to the Awards and Financial Aid Office website: uwinnipeg.ca/awards

Awards are given to students based on financial need

The University of Winnipeg provided just over $3.6 million

and academic achievement. Bursaries are awarded to

in scholarships and bursaries in 2014-2015 to assist

students who demonstrate financial need. Scholarships

students with their direct education costs.

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Estimated tuition & fees for one year of full-time study (September–April)

Canadian Student—5 Courses Per Term (maximum course load)

Canadian Student—3 Courses Per Term (minimum course load for full-time status)

Application Fee (non-refundable)

$90

Application Fee (non-refundable)

$90

Tuition—5 Courses (30 credit hours in any faculty)

$3,400–$3,900

Tuition—3 Courses (18 credit hours in any faculty)

$2,000–$2,300

General Fees, Books & Supplies

$1,800

General Fees, Books & Supplies

$1,000

UWSA Health Insurance

$205

UWSA Health Insurance

$205

Total

$5,500–$6,000

Total

$3,300–$3,650

International Student—5 Courses Per Term (maximum course load)

Application Fee (non-refundable)

$110

Tuition—5 Courses (30 credit hours in any faculty)

$12,500–$16,000

General Fees, Books & Supplies

$1,800

Accommodation at McFeetors Hall (single dorm with basic meal plan)

$7,500

UWSA Health Insurance

$205–$405*

Total

$22,500–$26,000

Note: 1. All fees are estimated for the 2015/16 academic year and are subject to change. Some programs include additional costs. All figures in Canadian dollars. 2. Five 6-credit-hour courses, or 30 credit hours, is the maximum course load for the fall/winter term. Full-time status requires a minimum of 18 credit hours.

Manitoba has one of the lowest tuition rates

* Cost dependent on plan coverage and duration of study

education means less debt when you graduate!

in Canada. Less tuition for the same quality


Come See Us Campus Tours uwinnipeg.ca/campustours We can arrange personalized as well as group tours tailored to your specific area of interest.

Talk to a Recruiter welcome@uwinnipeg.ca 204.799.UWIN Our Recruitment Officers are available year-round to give you more information on programs, admission requirements, an overview of scholarships and residence options, and to assist you in filling out your application form.

The High School Student Enrichment Program uwinnipeg.ca/enrichment-prog The Enrichment Program was designed to introduce exceptional high school students to the possibilities and advantages of higher education. Students will choose from a selection of courses that provide one week of class experience during May.

upcoming events Future Student Night uwinnipeg.ca/fsn

November 24, 2015 Join us on campus for an interactive evening where you can talk to deans, professors, current students, and staff about the outstanding opportunities available to you.

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February 17, 2016 Come check out the information fair, attend workshops and presentations, take a tour, and you can win prizes and giveaways! High school students, mature students, parents and the general public are all welcome!

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2016 - 17 Undergraduate Viewbook  

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