If you have already completed your undergraduate studies, you may want to pursue a post-graduate degree (master's or doctoral).
Faculty of Education:
A one-year, full-time, consecutive Bachelor of Education degree. We now offer two programs: Primary/Junior, that qualifies candidates for grade JK to 6 and Junior/Intermediate program that qualified candidates for grades 4 to 10 in the following subject specialties: English, geography, health and physical education, history, mathematics, and general science. For inquiries related to admission advising, please contact Maggie Allan at firstname.lastname@example.org For inquiries related to admission requirements, please contact Laura Davey at email@example.com or visit /education
Laurier offers a unique graduate experience, including the opportunity to pursue research and scholarly interests in a personalized environment that fosters a high standard of academic excellence. Furthermore, Laurier's close proximity to other universities allows students access to a wide variety of research and scholarly opportunities, including joint programs and combined library resources. Our community of scholars ensures that recipients of Laurier masters and doctoral degress are well-prepared to identify, to think critically about, and to contribute to the solving of problems and issues facing not just their discipline or profession, but society as well. Visit /gradstudies for more information.
Faculty of Social Work:
The Lyle S. Hallman Faculty of Social Work (FSW) offers graduate programs leading to degrees at both the master's and PhD levels, including a Master of Social Work field of study that integrates an aboriginal world view and contemporary social work practice. The FSW is known for excellence in teaching, practice and scholarship and is committed to providing a respectful, inclusive environment in which students, staff and faculty work in collaboration with the community to advance scholarship, practice competence and social action. Visit /socialwork for more information.
Masters of Business Administration (MBA):
Laurier's MBA program was named one of the top 300 business schools in the world by the Princeton review.
Established in 1976, the Laurier MBA degree is a full content internationally-recognized graduate degree program comprised of 20-credit courses. The core MBA courses are delivered in an innovative integrated style that is unique to the Laurier business school. International candidates are eligible for the 12-month full-time MBA or the 20-month full-time with Co-op option. The Laurier School of Business & Economics is proudly AACDS accredited, reflecting the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide, awarding you an internationally-recognized MBA degree. Visit www.lauriermba.ca for more information.