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Graduate Studies

Faculty of Science Graduate student working in lab.
Transform Your Present, Shape Your Future

As a Faculty of Science graduate student at Toronto Metropolitan University, you become part of a vibrant community. Our culture is research-rich and exceptionally open to innovation and the free flow of ideas between disciplines. We’re growing quickly and we stay nimble with programs and research that match the latest needs of an increasingly complex world.

As a master’s or PhD student, you’ll learn to connect theory to real-world problems for greatest impact. In doing so, you’ll simultaneously develop in-demand skills and a solid knowledge base — your springboard to exciting career possibilities in STEM.  

$47.2 million

total graduate funding


Why Toronto Metropolitan?

Downtown Toronto
Campus in the heart of Canada’s largest city and hub of finance, technology and medicine.

Authentic Science
Research-rich, curiosity-driven environment. Immersive, learn-by-doing experiences.

Real-World Impact
Translating scientific knowledge into innovative solutions for contemporary problems.

Community of Support
Mentorship, collaboration, diversity and accessibility to help students thrive.

MSc & PhD programs:

  • Computer Science: MSc & PhD
  • Physics: MSc & PhD
  • Applied Mathematics: MSc
  • Mathematical Modelling and Methods: PhD
  • Molecular Science: MSc & PhD
  • Environmental Applied Science and Management: MSc & PhD

Explore the range of graduate programs.

Faculty of Science Research:

Check out what’s happening in our research, institutes and partnerships.

Kyle Cheung

“I chose [TMU] because I wanted technical skills on top of theoretical knowledge. I started my undergrad in Architecture, transferred to Biomedical Sciences, and am now finishing my MSc in Molecular Science. I had many opportunities to grow personally and professionally. It’s been an interesting and challenging journey."
Kyle Cheung, Molecular Science master’s student

Graduate Student Highlights