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Applied Physics

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Organize, analyze and interpret scientific data
  • Problem solving skills; defining problems and developing research models
  • Approaching topics and problems from various perspectives; analyzing multiple dimensions of a problem
  • Preparing technical or research reports
  • Observation and decision making skills
  • Utilizing the appropriate mathematical formulas to perform calculations
  • Articulate and analytical
  • Logical/Critical thinking

Areas of Employment

  • Administration and Management
  • Applied Research and Development
  • Consulting
  • Development
  • Education
  • Government Research and Regulation
  • Healthcare Sector
  • Hi-tech Industry
  • Research
  • Writing

Job Titles of Program Graduates

  • Aeronautical Scientist
  • Agricultural Scientist
  • Astrophysicist
  • Acoustics
  • Biophysicist
  • Cancer Therapy Physicist
  • Chemical Physicist
  • Communications Scientist
  • Computer Programmer
  • Engineering Mechanics Specialist
  • Environmental Analyst
  • Environmental Health Specialist
  • Forensic Scientist
  • Geophysicist
  • Health Physicist
  • Hydro Geologist
  • Industrial Physicist
  • Industrial/Institutional Buyer
  • Instrumentation Development
  • Laboratory Technician
  • Medical Device Designer / Inspector
  • Medical Physicist
  • Metallurgical Scientist
  • Meteorologist
  • Nuclear Medicine Technologist
  • Nuclear Power Industrial Physicist
  • Numerical Modeling
  • Occupational Health and Safety Specialist
  • Optical Network Designer
  • Optical Technician
  • Optometrist
  • Physicist
  • Plasma Physicist
  • Quality Control Manager
  • Research and Development Scientist
  • Scientific Photographer
  • Semi-conductor Process Scientist
  • Solid State Physicist
Biochemistry

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Research skills; the collection, analysis and interpretation of data using the appropriate laboratory and/or field techniques; organizing vast amounts of data
  • Presenting and communicating ideas clearly and articulately using current technology
  • Critical thinking
  • Data, time and resource management
  • Creative thinking; problem solving skills; decision making skills
  • Design experiments; develop theories
  • Teamwork skills: the ability to oversee, supervise and/or contribute to a project

Areas of Employment

  • Administration
  • Agricultural Agencies
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Food and Beverage Manufacturers
  • Government and Health Departments
  • Healthcare
  • Law/Drug Enforcement
  • Museums
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Research
  • Technical writing

Job Titles of Program Graduates

  • Dentist
  • Investment Management Analyst in Federal Government
  • Lab Technician in Post-Secondary
  • Marketing Analyst in Pharmaceutical Corporation
  • Medical Writer in Pharmaceutical Marketing
  • Medical Doctor
  • Molecular Biologists
  • Production Technician in Medical Supply Sales
  • Program Specialist in Federal Government
  • Reactive Chemicals Subject Matter Expert in Chemical and Plastics Manufacturing
  • Research Scientist
  • Research Support Program Officer in Federal Government
  • Research Technician
  • Research Technologist in Healthcare
  • Senior Manufacturing Associate in Biotech
  • Senior Policy Analyst
  • Senior Program Manager in Federal Government
Biology (BSc)

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Investigative and Research skills; the collection, analysis and interpretation of data using the appropriate laboratory and/or field techniques; organizing vast amounts of data
  • Logical reasoning
  • Operate scientific/lab equipment
  • Oral and written communication skills: presenting and communicating technical and scientific data and ideas clearly and articulately to both the scientific and non-scientific communities using current technology
  • Creative thinking; problem solving skills; decision making skills
  • Design experiments; develop theories
  • Teamwork skills: the ability to oversee, supervise and/or contribute to a project
  • Independent worker
  • Data, time and resource management
  • Inspect specimens

Areas of Employment

  • Administration
  • Biotechnology companies
  • Colleges and Universities
  • Environmental Organizations
  • Food and Beverage Manufacturers
  • Food and Drug consulting firms
  • Government/Health Departments
  • Health Care
  • Laboratories
  • Law and Drug Enforcement
  • Law Firms
  • Pharmaceutical companies
  • Publishing companies
  • Research Institutes
  • Spas and Resorts
  • Zoo, Aquariums, National Parks

Job Titles of Program Graduates

  • Agronomist
  • Animal Scientist
  • Aquatic Biologist
  • Biochemist
  • Bio-Engineer
  • Biohazard Risk Analyst
  • Biometrician
  • Bio-Technologist
  • Botanist
  • Chemical Oceanographer
  • Chiropractor
  • Commercial Fishing Engineer
  • Dentist
  • Dietitian & Nutritionist
  • Ecologist
  • Entomologist
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Environmental Engineer
  • Environmental Health Specialist
  • Environmental Protection Worker
  • Fisheries Conservationist
  • Food Scientist-Technologist
  • Forester
  • Genetic Engineering Research
  • Geographer
  • Horticulturist
  • Industrial Hygienist
  • Marina Worker
  • Marine & Coastal Consultant
  • Marine Bacteriologist
  • Marine Biologist
  • Marine Ecologist
  • Marine Engineering Tech
  • Market Research Analyst
  • Medical Illustrator
  • Medical Librarian
  • Medical Technologist
  • Merchant Marine
  • Meteorologist
  • Microbiologist
  • Mining & Petroleum Industry
  • Molecular Biologist
  • Mortician
  • Museum/Aquarium Admin.
  • Mycologist
  • Net Designer
  • Neurobiologist
  • Oceanographer
  • Paramedic
  • Parasitologist
  • Pharmaceutical Salesperson
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Physical Therapist
  • Physician
  • Port & Harbor Facilities
  • Public Health Worker
  • Science Laboratory Tech.
  • Science Teacher
  • Science Writer/Illustrator/Film Maker
  • Seafood Processor-Researcher
  • Soil Conservationist
  • Test and Inspection Tech.
  • Toxicologist
  • Underwater Technician
  • Veterinarian
  • Water Quality Technician
  • Water Transportation Worker
  • Wildlife Biologist
  • Wildlife Resources Worker
  • Zoologist

 

Chemistry

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Critically assess advances in chemistry by conducting literature or laboratory-based research by competently using a broad variety of modern chemical laboratory instrumentation and techniques in the course of experimentation
  • Clearly explain the rationale, methodology and broader conclusions of a scientific study in written and oral formats to both scientific peers and the general public using appropriate formats
  • Integrate fundamental concepts of chemistry with those from other fields such as biochemistry, mathematics, physics, toxicology or biology to address problems in the laboratory, in industrial chemical processes, or in the natural environment to solve interdisciplinary problems.
  • Critically assess and quantify uncertainties in measurements and limitations in methodologies
  • Collaborate effectively in a team
  • Conduct themselves in an ethical manner with respect to the environmentally conscious handling of chemicals, the handling and reporting of data and results, and the acknowledgement of others’ work.

Areas of Employment

  • Analytics and Data Services
  • Lab technology
  • Manufacturing
  • Marketing
  • Product Development
  • Project Management
  • Quality Assurance
  • Radiology
  • Research and Development
  • Risk Management
  • Sales
  • Teaching

Sample Job Titles

  • Biochemist
  • Clinical Development Scientist
  • Data Specialist
  • Lab Manager
  • Marketing Analyst
  • Medical Writer
  • Pharmacist
  • Physician
  • Reactive Chemical Expert
  • Research Support Program Officer

Job Titles of Program Graduates

  • Brewmaster
  • Chemical Analyst
  • Chemical Safety Officer
  • Chemical Technologist Assayer
  • Chemist
  • Consumer Protection Specialist
  • Ecologist
  • Food and Drug Analyst
  • Forensic Lab Analyst
  • Lab Coordinator
  • Laboratory Analyst
  • Medical Laboratory Technician
  • Methods Development Chemist
  • Occupational Health and Safety Officer
  • Occupational Hygienist
  • Organic Mass Spectrometrist
  • Paint Formulation Chemist
  • Paper Product Developer
  • Perfumer
  • Pharmaceutical Sales
  • Pollution Controller
  • Process Development Chemist
  • Product Tester
  • Production Chemist
  • Pulp and Paper Chemist
  • Quality Assurance Chemist
  • Quality Control Chemist
  • Soil Tester
  • Technical Sales Representative
  • Textile Chemist
  • Toxicologist
  • Water Quality Analyst/Technician
  • Analytical chemist, Pharmaceutical Company
  • Assessment officer, Government
  • Contract Instructor, University
  • Fabrication supervisor, Government
  • Flavour technologist, Government
  • Food safety coordinator, Food Processing Company
  • Graduate studies
  • HACCP coordinator, Government
  • Inspector, Government
  • Lab analyst, Chemical Company
  • Lab services, Government
  • laboratory coordinator, University
  • Laboratory Director, Health Science Company
  • Laboratory technician, Analytical Service Company
  • Pharmaceutical formulation specialist, Pharmaceutical Company
  • Quality control specialist
  • Regulatory officer, Inspection Company
  • Regulatory project manager, Inspection Company
  • Research officer, Government
  • Senior chemist, Pharmaceutical Company
  • Teaching and research, University and College
  • Teaching, High school
  • Technical officer, Government

 

Computational Biochemistry

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Well trained in computer programming, computational methods, statistics, and data analysis
  • Investigative and research skills; the collection, analysis and interpretation of data using the appropriate laboratory and/or field techniques; organizing vast amounts of data
  • Logical reasoning
  • Operate scientific/lab equipment
  • Oral and written communication skills: presenting and communicating technical and scientific data and ideas clearly and articulately to both the scientific and non-scientific communities using current technology
  • Creative thinking; problem solving skills; decision making skills
  • Design experiments; develop theories
  • Teamwork skills: the ability to oversee, supervise and/or contribute to a project
  • Independent worker
  • Data, time and resource management

Areas of Employment

  • Agriculture
  • Biotechnology
  • Conservation Biology
  • Genetics
  • Government Departments
  • Healthcare
  • Hi-tech Industry
  • Oil/Natural Gas/Mineral Industry
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Research and Development

Job Titles of Program Graduates

  • Agricultural Geography Assistant
  • Agricultural Researcher
  • Animal Biological Assistant
  • Aquatic Biology Assistant
  • Bacteriology Assistant
  • Bacteriology Researcher
  • Biochemical Researcher
  • Biochemist Assistant
  • Biological Photographer
  • Biomedical Technician
  • Biotechnology Assistant
  • Biotechnology Researcher
  • Botanist
  • Chemical Analyst
  • Chemical Laboratory Technician
  • Chemistry Technical Sales
  • Climatological Analyst
  • Conservation Officer
  • Crop Scientist
  • Data Mining
  • Data Mining Consultant
  • Ecosystem Structural Analyst
  • Educator
  • Environmental Assessment Assistant
  • Environmental Conservation Researcher
  • Environmental Ecology Assistant
  • Genetics Researcher
  • Geographic Information Analyst
  • Horticulture Researcher
  • Hydrologic Technician
  • Intelligent Drug and Enzyme Design
  • Marine Biology Specialist
  • Medical Illustrator
  • Medical Researcher
  • Microbiology Assistant
  • Pharmaceutical Researcher
  • Pharmacogenetics Researcher
  • Phylogenetics Researcher
  • Physical Science Researcher
  • Plant Physiology Analyst
  • Research and Development Assistant
  • Scientific Research Assistant
  • Toxicologist
  • Water Sewer System Supervisor

 

Earth Sciences

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Research skills; data collection; process and synthesize vast amounts of data and apply where relevant; define research problems; develop research models and proposals
  • Conducting field observations and taking appropriate measurements
  • Analytical and critical thinking; gather and analyze data
  • Problem solving skills; approaching topics and problems from various perspectives; understanding the components of complex problems; analyzing multiple dimensions of a problem; identifying problems and developing solutions
  • Data, time and resource management
  • Proficiency in mathematics; mathematical modeling
  • Communication skills – clearly and effectively inform, explain and instruct both the scientific and non-scientific community; prepare technical reports; write research papers and proposals
  • Use technical instruments
  • Computer skills

Areas of Employment

  • Consulting Firms – Geological Consulting
  • Educational Institutions
  • Environmental Firms
  • Geophysics and Engineering Firms
  • Government Departments (all levels)
  • Mining and Petroleum Industries
  • Research Institutes

Job Titles of Program Graduates

  • Agroecologist
  • Cartographer
  • Climatologist
  • Cooperative Extension Agent
  • Ecologist
  • Economic Geologist
  • Energy Policy Program Manager
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Environmental Program Manager
  • Environmental Quality Specialist
  • Environmental Scientist
  • Forester
  • Geochemist
  • Geodynamicist
  • Geographer
  • Geologist
  • Geomorphologist
  • Geophysicist
  • Geo-technical Engineer
  • Glacial Geologist
  • Health Inspector
  • Hydrogeologist
  • Hydrologist
  • Industrial Waste Inspector
  • Laboratory Technician
  • Landscape/Nursery Manager
  • Lobbyist
  • Micro-paleontologist
  • Mineralogist
  • Mineralogist
  • Mining Consultant
  • Mining Engineer
  • Oceanographer
  • Paleoceanographer
  • Paleoclimatologist
  • Petroleum Engineer
  • Petroleum Geologist
  • Planetary Geologist
  • Pollution Remediator
  • Science Museum Educator
  • Scientific Photographer
  • Sedimentologist
  • Seismologist
  • Soil Scientist
  • Stratigrapher
  • Volcanologist
  • Waste Disposal Specialist
  • Waste Management Specialist
  • Water Quality Control Technician
  • Water Remote Sensing Interpreter
Environmental Science

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Critical thinking; analytical/logical thinking; attention to detail
  • Conduct and clearly explain scientific research; organize, analyze and interpret scientific data; analyze quantitative information
  • Problem solving skills; defining problems, approaching topics and problems from various perspectives; analyzing multiple dimensions of a problem; decision making skills
  • Verbal and written communication skills – ability to summarize, condense and organize ideas and information; ability to articulate, explain, and teach technical information to others; ability to write logical and well-reasoned reports, papers and grant proposals; proficient in memorization
  • Knowledge of research methodology and various techniques of data analysis
  • Strong grasp of mathematical principles
  • Computer skills

Areas of Employment

  • Consulting Firms
  • Educational Institutions
  • Environmental Agencies
  • Federal and Provincial Regulatory Agencies
  • Industry
  • Municipalities
  • Research Institutions

Job Titles of Program Graduates

  • Account Manager in Solar Power Integration
  • Biologist in Environmental Services
  • Environmental Chemist in Environmental Services
  • Environmental Policy and Program Consultant in Non-Profit
  • Environmental Professional in Environmental Service Organization
  • Environmental Scientist in Environmental Protection
  • GIS and Remote Sensing Technician in Oil and Energy
  • Naturalist in Non-Profit
  • Physical Scientist in Federal Government
  • Plant Health Survey Biologist in Federal Government
  • Project Manager in Environmental Engineering
  • Project Scientist in Environmental Engineering
  • Projects Control Specialist in Engineering and Construction Consulting
  • Research Assistant in Post-Secondary
  • Resource Technician in Provincial Government
Food Science

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Investigative and Research skills; the collection, analysis and critical interpretation of data using the appropriate laboratory and/or field techniques; organizing vast amounts of data; accurately record results
  • Logical reasoning, analytical thinking; attention to detail
  • Operate scientific/lab equipment
  • Oral and written communication skills: presenting and communicating technical and scientific data and ideas clearly and articulately to both the scientific and non-scientific communities using current technology
  • Creative thinking; problem solving skills; decision making skills
  • Design experiments; develop theories
  • Teamwork skills: the ability to oversee, supervise and/or contribute to a project
  • Independent worker
  • Math and Statistical Skills
  • Data, time and resource management

Areas of Employment

  • Consulting Firms
  • Container Manufacturers
  • Educational Institutions
  • Feed Companies
  • Food Equipment Suppliers
  • Food Ingredient Suppliers
  • Food Manufacturing Plants
  • Food Processing Plants
  • Government Departments and Agencies (all levels)
  • Health Care
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Quality Control Laboratories
  • Research Institutions

Job Titles of Program Graduates

  • Assistant Flavour Technologist in Food Industry
  • Data Specialist in Health Care Services
  • Food Specialist in Federal Government
  • Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point Coordinator in Food Service
  • Lab Assistant in Post-Secondary
  • Nation Combat Ration Program in Federal Government
  • Nutritional Assistant in Private Nutrition Clinic
  • Pharmaceutical Sales Representative in Pharmaceuticals
  • Process Engineer in Engineering
  • Quality Assurance Technician in Food Industry
  • Quality Control Flavor Technician in Food Industry
  • Quality Control in Food Corporation
  • Regulatory and Medical Coordinator in Nutrition
  • Research and Development Food Technologist in Food Industry
  • Senior Primary Inspector in Federal Government
Geomatics (BSc)

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Research skills; data collection; process and synthesize vast amounts of data and apply where relevant; define research problems; develop research models and proposals
  • Ability to operate specialized field equipment and to employ appropriate scientific lab techniques; utilizing statistical methods/applications
  • Analytical and critical thinking; gather and analyze data; evaluate data and results; assess risks; perceive patterns
  • Problem solving skills; approaching topics and problems from various perspectives; analyzing multiple dimensions of a problem; identifying problems and developing solutions; decision making skills
  • Logical thinking, creative thinking
  • Project design and management
  • Data, time and resource management
  • Computer literacy
  • Communication skills – inform, explain and instruct; prepare technical reports; communicate across cultures; interviewing skills

Areas of Employment

  • Administration
  • Agricultural Companies
  • Design and Planning
  • Educational Institutions
  • Environmental Non-governmental Organizations
  • Geographic/Environmental Consulting Firms
  • Government Agencies (all levels)
  • International Development Agencies
  • Mining/Resource Companies
  • Non-governmental Organizations
  • Real Estate/Construction Developers
  • Research Laboratories
  • Technology

Job Titles of Program Graduates

  • Applications Analyst
  • Cartographer
  • City Planner
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Conservation Technician
  • Ecotourism Consultant
  • Electronic Data Processing Analyst
  • Environmental Advisor
  • Environmental Policy Analyst
  • Extension Ranger
  • Forestry Technician
  • Forestry Technologist
  • GIS Analyst
  • GIS Programmer
  • GIS Applications Specialist
  • Land Use Expert
  • Land Use Planner
  • Natural Resources Manager
  • Park Administrator
  • Public Official
  • Recreational Planner
  • Remote-sensing Specialist
  • Satellite Image Analyst
  • Soil Assessment Technician
  • Urban Designer
  • Web Mapping
Nanoscience

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Ability to handle and operate standard tools and laboratory equipment
  • Research development, data collected, and analysis
  • Ability to employ appropriate scientific lab techniques
  • Creativity and ability to propose new ideas and solutions
  • Critical thinking; logical reasoning
  • Communicate ideas effectively
  • Leadership and project management skills
  • Understand the fundamental concepts, principles, theories, and facts related to nanoscience and nanotechnology, and apply them as a solution to both quantitative and qualitative problems
  • Proficiency in mathematics
  • Work in teams and foster interpersonal relations at work
  • Operate with a certain degree of independence
  • Follow research ethics as proposed by legislation

Areas of Employment

  • Auto and aerospace industries
  • Biotechnology
  • Electronics
  • Energy capture and storage
  • Environmental monitoring, control, and remediation
  • Food science
  • Forensics
  • Industrial Manufacturers
  • Materials science including textiles, polymers, packaging, among others
  • Medical Equipment/Devices
  • Medical fields and pharmaceuticals
  • Military and national security
  • Nuclear/Energy
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Quality Control and Inspection Companies
  • Research & Development
  • Sporting goods
  • University and Federal Laboratory Research

Job Titles of Program Graduates

  • Chemical Analyst
  • Chemical Technologist/Technician
  • Chemist
  • Forensic scientist
  • Health and Safety Technician
  • Laboratory Supervisor
  • Laboratory Technician
  • Materials scientist
  • Mathematician
  • Medical Doctor
  • Nanotechnologist
  • Nuclear Medicine Technologist
  • Nuclear Physicist/Engineer
  • Pharmacist
  • Physicist
  • Product Developer
  • Professor
  • Quality Control Inspector
  • Software Developer
  • Spectrometer Technician
  • Teacher
Neuroscience

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Investigative and research skills; the collection, analysis and interpretation of data using the appropriate laboratory and/or field techniques; organizing vast amounts of data
  • Logical reasoning/critical/analytical thinking
  • Aptitude for electronics and computing
  • Operate scientific/lab equipment
  • Oral and written communication skills: presenting and communicating technical and scientific data and ideas clearly and articulately to both the scientific and non-scientific communities using current technology
  • Creative thinking; problem solving skills; approaching topics and problems from various perspectives; analyzing multiple dimensions of a problem; identifying problems and developing solutions; decision making skills
  • Design experiments; develop theories
  • Teamwork skills: the ability to oversee, supervise and/or contribute to a project
  • Independent worker
  • Data, time and resource management
  • Inspect specimens

Areas of Employment

  • Biotechnology/Chemical Industries
  • Community Centres and Social Services
  • Consulting Firms
  • Educational Institutions
  • Government Regulatory Agencies
  • Healthcare – medical, dental, nursing, veterinary
  • Industrial Organizations
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Research Institutions
  • Software Development
  • Technical Writing
  • Web Development

Job Titles of Program Graduates

  • Addictions Worker
  • Artificial Intelligence/Robotics
  • Biochemical Researcher
  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Biotechnology Assistant
  • Biotechnology/Medical Technology
  • Correctional Service Officer
  • Crisis Intervention Worker
  • Customer/Technical Support
  • Genetic Engineering Research Assistant
  • Geneticist
  • Government Technology Consultant
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Human Factors/Usability Testing
  • Industrial Lab Researcher
  • Information Technology
  • Laboratory Technician
  • Life Skills Instructor
  • Medical Illustrator
  • Medical Lab Research Assistant
  • Medical Librarian
  • Medical Researcher
  • Mental Health Worker
  • Microbiologist
  • Molecular Biological Researcher
  • Neurochemist
  • Neuropsychologist
  • Outplacement Counsellor
  • Pharmaceutical Researcher
  • Pharmacist
  • Psychiatrist
  • Science Journalist
  • Toxicologist
  • Veterinarian
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Worker
  • Youth Worker

 

Neuroscience and Mental Health

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, and neurobiology of the human nervous system, and how the nervous system can be altered with experience, genetics, and development
  • Communicate scientific data clearly, both orally and in writing to both scientific and lay audiences
  • Gather, analyze, and interpret data using laboratory techniques, statistical analyses and statistical software
  • Identify and understand a variety of neurobehavioral diseases, as well as contemporary treatment options
  • Critically evaluate scientific data from primary research and review articles in the field of neuroscience
  • Critically evaluate other information sources
  • Appraise and understand ethical considerations of animal and human research
  • Survey and evaluate current topics in neuroscience

Areas of Employment

  • Addictions and Mental Health Care
  • Advertising and Marketing
  • Behavioral Neuroscience
  • Biotechnology
  • Consulting
  • Education
  • Freelance
  • Government
  • Health and Wellness
  • Hospital and Healthcare Centres
  • Law
  • Medical Device Innovation
  • Medical Records Management
  • Medicine
  • Non-Profit Organizations
  • Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Policy Analysis
  • Project or Program Management
  • Research and Development
  • Sales
  • Social Services
  • Technical Writing

Sample Job Titles

  • Addictions Worker
  • Audiologist
  • Biochemical Researcher
  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Biomedical Technician
  • Biostatistician
  • Biotechnology Assistant
  • Correctional Service Officer
  • Crisis Intervention Worker
  • Dentist
  • Food Scientist
  • Genetic Engineering Research Assistant
  • Geneticist
  • Health Care Planner or Consultant
  • Hospital Administrator
  • Industrial Lab Researcher
  • Instructor
  • Knowledge Broker in the Health Field
  • Laboratory Technician
  • Life Skills Instructor
  • Medical Illustrator
  • Medical Lab Research Assistant
  • Medical Librarian
  • Medical Magazine Editor
  • Medical Researcher
  • Mental Health Worker
  • Microbiologist
  • Neurochemist
  • Neuropsychologist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Optometrist
  • Outplacement Counsellor
  • Patent Officer
  • Pharmaceutical Researcher
  • Pharmaceutical Sales Representative
  • Pharmacist
  • Policy Analyst Health Economics Researcher
  • Professor
  • Psychiatrist
  • Psychologist
  • Public Health Officer
  • Science Journalist
  • Support Worker
  • Teacher
  • Technical Writer
  • Toxicologist
  • Veterinarian
  • Video Game Developer
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Worker
  • Youth Worker

Job Titles of Program Graduates

  • Inpatient Clerk in Health Care Facility
  • Neurophysiology Technologist
  • Research Analyst at Public Health Agency
  • Test Coordinator in Medical Technology and Innovation
Physics

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Organize, analyze and interpret scientific data
  • Defining problems and developing research models
  • Preparing technical or research reports
  • Observation and decision making skills
  • Utilizing the appropriate mathematical formulas to perform calculations
  • Articulate and analytical

Areas of Employment

  • Administration and Management
  • Applied Research and Development
  • Consulting
  • Development
  • Education
  • Government Research and Regulation
  • Healthcare Sector – Medical Device Development
  • Hi-tech Industry
  • Research
  • Writing

Job Titles of Program Graduates

  • Aeronautical Scientist
  • Agricultural Scientist
  • Air Traffic Control Specialist
  • Automotive Development Staff
  • Astrophysicist
  • Acoustics
  • Biophysicist
  • Cancer Therapy Physicist
  • Chemical Physicist
  • Communications Scientist
  • Computer Programmer
  • Consultant, Management Information Systems
  • Engineering Mechanics Specialist
  • Environmental Analyst
  • Environmental Health Specialist
  • Financial Analyst
  • Forensic Scientist
  • Geophysicist
  • Health Physicist
  • Hydro Geologist
  • Industrial Hygienist
  • Industrial Physicist
  • Industrial/Institutional Buyer
  • Instrumentation Development
  • Industrial Physicist
  • Industrial/Institutional Buyer
  • Instrumentation Development
  • Medical Device Designer
  • Medical Device Inspector
  • Medical Imaging Physicist
  • Medical Physicist
  • Metallurgical Scientist
  • Meteorologist
  • Nuclear Medicine Technologist
  • Nuclear Power Industrial Physicist
  • Occupational Health and Safety Specialist
  • Optical Network Designer
  • Numerical Modeling
  • Optical Technician
  • Optometrist
  • Physicist
  • Plasma Physicist
  • Product Test Scientist
  • Quality Control Manager
  • Research and Development Scientist
  • Scientific Photographer
  • Semi-conductor Process Scientist
  • Solid State Physicist
  • Systems Analyst

 

Psychology (BSc)

Skills and knowledge you may gain from your program:

  • Ability to understand the physiological, emotional, cognitive and social determinants of human behavior
  • Ability to read materials accurately and analytically
  • Knowledge of methodologies of data collection, statistical analysis and evaluation
  • Critical/Analytical thinking; abstract reasoning skills
  • Problem solving skills; approaching topics and problems from various perspectives; analyzing multiple dimensions of a problem; identifying problems and developing solutions; decision making skills
  • Communication skills – explaining ideas, writing and presenting information; public speaking; compiling carefully reasoned reports and essays; good listening, clarifying, questioning and responding skills
  • Research skills; process and synthesize vast amounts of data; interpret research and data; recognizing only the salient facts; developing research strategies and utilizing research methods
  • Ability to carry out tasks with thoroughness and precision
  • Aptitude for conflict resolution; mediation; concern for and sensitivity to others
  • Understanding of group dynamics

Areas of Employment

  • Administration
  • Child Development
  • Counselling
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Education
  • Health
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing
  • Mental Health Work
  • Parole and Probation
  • Psychiatry
  • Public Relations
  • Teaching
  • Technical Writing
  • Youth Services

Job Titles of Program Graduates

  • Anesthesia Assistant
  • Clinical Psychologist
  • Document Specialist
  • Hearing Specialist
  • Human and Organizational Performance Specialist
  • Indigenous Program Specialist
  • Junior Recruitment Consultant
  • Neuroscience and Mental Health Researcher
  • Nutritionist
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Psychiatrist
  • Psychologist
  • Psychotherapist
  • Research Assistant
  • Social Worker

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