New undergraduate and graduate for-credit degree programs that have been approved by the Quality Council on or after September 1, 2011 are detailed in this database, which can be searched in multiple ways: by university, year, program level and/or keyword.
Program Approvals: Queen's University
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The Master of Health Professions Education program will provide health professionals a focused program addressing the diverse teaching needs within the clinical or health related setting. Specifically, the program targets individuals employed in the health professions sector filling a gap between clinical knowledge and teaching skills, and/or residents/allied health students seeking a position at an academic setting.
The MHPE program is cohort-based with 8 blended courses which allows health-care professionals the flexibility to continue working to meet their professional obligations. The first and fifth courses will be offered in person during a one-week summer intensive, 5 courses will be offered completely online, and the final course, a Capstone Experience, will be designed to meet individual needs
This interdisciplinary degree is jointly developed and designed by clinical faculty members and pedagogical experts which ensures a diversity of experiences and expertise. This graduate degree program fulfills a niche that is not currently met in Canada as there are no other programs available to the health education community (e.g., doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, nutritionists, dentists, veterinarians, etc.) that are both course-based and competency-based.
The School of Environmental Studies fosters interdisciplinary teaching and research on the environment by promoting collaboration among faculty in the natural and social sciences and humanities departments and in other Faculties and Schools at Queen’s. The BA program in Environmental Studies will prepare students to engage in complex environmental issues from a variety of perspectives. Through a range of courses students will learn to evaluate the impact of humans on the environment and gain experience integrating concepts and methods from multiple perspectives and disciplines to attain a more complete understanding of environmental problems. Upper-year courses, including honours projects and seminars, are aimed specifically at having students apply sustainability principles to propose, test, and assess possible solutions to environmental issues, including those in relation to policy and decision making.
The Department of Film and Media at Queen’s University, in partnership with The Agnes Etherington Arts Centre, announces the launch of new MA and PhD programs in Screen Cultures and Curatorial Studies. Housed in the state-of-the-art Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts, the new Master’s and PhD in Screen Cultures and Curatorial Studies are unique because of their linkage of adjacent disciplines: film and media studies and, more generally, the study of screen cultures, film and media production, and curatorial studies and practice. The program’s three strongly interconnected areas of focus – studies, production, and curation – are designed to stimulate creative dialogue in ways that ensure their mutual and respective influence, and in ways that open exciting points of access to multiple disciplinary formations. Visiting scholars, filmmakers, artists, and curators in the core professional development course provide opportunities for practice-based learning, integrating new knowledge gained from other graduate level course work, and implementing some of their newly acquired skills in and beyond the gallery, festival, and museum.
Core faculty bridge the fields of film and media studies, production and curatorial studies, with expertise in: digital media; experimental media; documentary; Indigenous film and media; Hollywood; social media; activism; world cinemas; gender and media; animation; artists’ media; performance studies; interactive media; popular cultures; television; critical theory; environmental media; festivals and archiving; and installation. Graduates from the program acquire comprehensive training, practical research skills and production experience while gaining an understanding of the entire lifecycle of moving image works from conception to circulation. The program is unique as it is offered in partnership with the Agnes Etherington Art Centre (AEAC), a university and public art museum with physical display space paralleled by an active commitment to digital humanities and online curatorial practices.
The Water and Human Health Graduate Diploma is designed to give recent graduates and professionals an enhanced understanding of the role of water in driving health outcomes and ultimately the sustainability of populations and communities. This diploma will investigate water in its natural state, with an emphasis on the chemical and biological contaminants which affect human health. The movement of water throughout watersheds will be explored to give students an understanding of hydrological processes, while water regulations and policy will be discussed within the context of driving governance issues in many jurisdictions around the world.
The Water and Human Health Graduate Diploma consists of 4 online courses, which are offered at a full-time (4-courses over one term) basis. This exciting course environment includes immersive virtual field-trips, stakeholder discussions and online forums. Diploma graduates may ladder their 4-course credits into a research or course-based Master’s degree in a number of disciplines at Queen’s University. This diploma is designed to prepare students for careers in a variety of domains, including: public health, engineering, environment, development, planning, and public policy.
The Global Master of Management Analytics program will meet the rapidly growing need for analysts who understand the technical and mathematical challenges of analytics as well as the management contexts in which they arise. This program will give students who possess strong quantitative abilities the skills that they need to develop, direct and deliver projects in analytics that add value to businesses or other organizations. This is a 12-month program delivered in a blended online and in-person format with residential sessions at international sites.
The program is particularly well-suited for working professionals, those with or seeking international business experience, and will provide thorough coverage of the mathematical and statistical theories and methods that underlie modern analytics, while maintaining a practitioner focus. Graduates will be able to develop and use advanced database and search techniques to extract useful data from very large data sources and apply modern methods of data summarization and visualization to enhance understanding of organizational environments, including the economy, internal organizational performance, competitive positioning, and the structure and behaviours of markets or client groups. The curriculum includes an enriched view of global issues. Students will study international complexities such as cultural differences in the use and implementation of analytics, variations in data protection, privacy and governance environments, comparative adoption rates of evidence-based decision making, case studies featuring multinational organizations and international business projects.
The Graduate Diploma in Legal Services Management is the only program offered by any law school in Canada that provides lawyers and law students with the business skills they will need to thrive in today’s rapidly changing legal marketplace. Legal practice is, after all, a business, and no lawyer, no matter how brilliant or passionate, can effectively provide legal services over the long term without a viable business model and efficient management systems. This unique online program takes lawyers from theory to practice with five courses that cover financial literacy, business fundamentals, technology and the future of legal services, team leadership, and project management.
Offered entirely online, the Graduate Diploma features two core courses plus two of three electives. Created in consultation with premier law firms, teaching and learning experts, and some of Canada’s leading law and business professors, this program prepares lawyers and law students to make the most of the opportunities that lie ahead as the delivery of legal services continues to undergo fundamental change.
The potential of artificial intelligence is extraordinary. The power to transform operations, customer experiences, and product and service design is exponential. These opportunities cut across every sector.
Harnessing AI’s potential for competitive performance requires a new type of professional. One who not only understands the capacity of the science, but has the expertise to apply it to organizational needs and strategies, and who can navigate the ethical, economic and societal implications.
The Master of Management in Artificial Intelligence will provide:
• A strong understanding of the technical principles of AI and modern methods for data search and retrieval, and how to practically apply them to real world problems;
• Command of best practices in identifying opportunities for and applying AI;
• Expertise in the business practices required to effectively use AI and machine learning;
• Awareness and engagement in the ethical, economic, and societal impacts of computers exhibiting intelligent behavior;
• Enhancement of skills for communicating complex problems and AI solutions to wide audiences in an organization; and
• Training in creating and maintaining high performance work teams.
Translational Medicine is driven by our patients and their diseases. Guided by this primary focus, translational research spans across the spectrum from molecular and cell biology to preclinical models to patient studies and back again. Within the context of the proposed Translational Institute of Medicine (TIME), a confederation of existing research groups within the Faculty of Health Sciences, the Department of Medicine proposes two new and unique programs: Master of Science (MSc) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Translational Medicine. These programs aim to train the next generation of researchers to be effective translators of biomedical discovery. The graduates of the programs will operate at the intersection of clinical and related sciences and will have the expertise to generate and lead discovery through an integrated process, increasing the efficiency of translating science knowledge into health improvement
The Department of Global Development Studies at Queen’s University extends its innovative approach to research and teaching with its newly approved doctoral programme. This four-year PhD offers focused training and supervision to build core skills and proficiencies for development research. First, our students attain strong specialisation in the central rubrics that have shaped development studies as a field, including political economy and cultural analysis. Second, the programme grounds students in the key analytical frameworks and methodologies for conducting research on development issues. They develop core skills in designing and conducting fieldwork in cross-cultural settings and reflect on the public purposes and ethics of development research. Third, the programme cultivates strong project design and management skills for applications within and beyond academia and development practice. The degree is ideal for graduate students seeking to advance globally-orientated research in the field of development studies, particularly in the areas of political economy, cultural politics, sustainability and indigenous studies. It provides essential skills for building careers in academia and the development field, alongside positions in public sector research and policy-making, journalism, education, teaching and education, the law and the private sector.