Concordia has 7,000 graduate students enrolled in more than 100 graduate programs. We span a diverse range of fields across the arts, humanities, natural and social sciences, engineering, commerce and administration, as well as interdisciplinary studies. The intellectual vitality of these programs can be felt in our labs, classrooms, studios and corridors.
Every graduate program is unique. Concordia supports highly specialized, field-specific research but also encourages trans-disciplinary studies and training that, for example, bring fine arts and computer science together to study the design and impact of computer games in contemporary society, or that links genomics with journalism to explore how scientific knowledge is transferred to various publics.
Concordia is home to a number of leading research centres and networks in Quebec and Canada. Our graduate students have exceptional opportunities to work with researchers who are internationally recognized in many fields such as media arts and technologies, genocide and human rights, aerospace engineering, learning and educational technology, sustainable business, information and security, and energy efficiency to name a few.
The School of Graduate Studies works collaboratively with departments in all four faculties (Arts and Science, Engineering and Computer Science, Fine Arts, and the John Molson School of Business) to enhance the quality of learning that Graduate students experience at all levels within all programs. Graduate training at Concordia University brings together the perfect combination of knowledge, skills and spirit of inquiry to inspire and prepare all students for the challenges ahead of them.
For a guided tour of research labs and facilities, or to make an appointment with a Graduate Program Director of a specific program, graduate students should contact: firstname.lastname@example.org