Expand your career opportunities: Distinguish yourself in a specialized field by enrolling in a graduate-level microprogram
Do you feel the need to update your skills? Do you want to hone your career expertise and discuss your ideas with specialists in the field? The University of Ottawa has created microprograms that allow you to upgrade or deepen your knowledge. Take your career to the next level at a pace that suits your active lifestyle.
Graduate-level microprograms offer:
- a shorter enrolment period of four-to-eight months
- the opportunity to benefit from online training as of September, with the flexibility of completing the program at your own pace
- privileged access to a network of experts in the field
- a gateway into further graduate studies (the credits earned in one microprogram can be applied to master’s programs, giving you a head start).
The following microprograms will be offered in September 2020:
Faculty of Arts: artsgrad@uOttawa.ca
- Composing in Media
Telfer School of Management: email@example.comOttawa.ca
- Complex Project and Procurement Leadership
Faculty of Social Sciences: scsgrad@uOttawa.ca
- Data Analysis for Public Policy: Leveraging Data to Solve Challenges
- Ethics and Politics of Cultural Heritage
- Governance and Public Policy Analysis
- Governance and Public Management
- Advanced Analysis of Qualitative and Quantitative Data
- Methodology Applied to the Professional Context
- Politics of Transnational and Global Issues
- Viruses, Vitalities and Pandemics in Anthropology
Faculty of Law: llmphd@uOttawa.ca
Consult the Programs and courses page for more information on microprograms available.
The enrolment process depends on your current situation:
- If you are already enrolled in a master’s or graduate diploma program:
Contact your faculty’s graduate studies office to ask if the microprogram could be added to your academic path.
- If you are not already enrolled in a master’s or graduate diploma program:
Send an email to the graduate studies office of the faculty that offers the microprogram.
Be sure to attach copies of the following documents:
- a recent CV
- copies of university transcripts from all universities attended, along with proof of your undergraduate degree or equivalent
- any additional documents requested by the faculty
If your application is accepted, you will be enrolled as a special student.
The next enrolment period for special students begins on August 25, 2020. Classes start on September 9, 2020.
Conditions of enrolment
All students must comply with the general regulations that apply to their courses, including course prerequisites, attendance requirements, assignments, exams, and passing grades. Any course failures will be recorded on the student’s transcript.
Students who pursue a microprogram may enrol in a maximum of six course units per term and will be considered part-time students.
Statement of Studies
An official statement of studies letter could be issued by InfoService.