Who are the Faculty that will be teaching the courses?

The Faculty teaching the courses will come from a range of disciplines and backgrounds. The IMS has over five hundred distinguished faculty members, making it the largest graduate unit in the Faculty of Medicine.  Refer to the individual course for instructor...

Is there a part-time option in the program?

No, the current the program is only offered on a full-time basis and should be completed in 2 years.  Other streams of the program are currently in development to accommodate PhD’s, Professionals, Post-Docs and other types of perspective students. If you are...

How will the program allow me to focus on my interest area?

The program is designed to be flexible and cater to a range of interest and outcomes. The main course in the program, MSC 4010 Core Modules in Translational Research, allows students to take 8 modules on a number of diverse topics and themes.  MSC 2021 and MSC 4000,...

How many hours a week will I be in class?

In the first and second term of the program (24 weeks in total) there are officially approximately 9 in class hours per week (though students have often stayed longer).  These are generally between 1 – 8 pm on Tuesdays and 4-7pm on Thursdays.  Modules and electives...

Can I work while I am studying?

The Translational Research Program is a full-time professional program, meaning that you may not concurrently take any other graduate program.  Since the TRP is a professional program and does not provide students with a stipend or living allowance, we understand that...