Approved Programs

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.

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Tourism Research, GDip (Type 3)

Graduate University of Guelph
Decision Date: July 16, 2012

This is a one-year, direct-entry graduate diploma program that meets the needs of students who want to extend their knowledge of tourism research beyond the level of their undergraduate degree, but do not want to undertake a thesis-based degree. The objective of the program is to develop a solid academic background and underpinning in the field of tourism, its sustainability as an industry and that of its destinations.

Tourism Studies, GDip (Type 1)

Graduate University of Guelph
Decision Date: July 16, 2012

A Type 1 Graduate Diploma in Tourism Studies may be awarded to a master’s candidate who completes a minimum of 2.5 credits of taught courses in the MSc program in Tourism and Hospitality, but withdraws from the program without completing the full program requirements.

Food Industry Management, BBRM (Honours) and Co-op Option

Undergraduate University of Guelph
Decision Date: November 24, 2017

The Food Industry Management major is a joint venture by two departments (Food Science and Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics) in the Ontario Agricultural College, reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of the program, which encompasses the science of food safety, quality control, processing and innovation and the management of food businesses, including operations and marketing. In order to address current and future provincial and global needs of the agricultural food industry for technically and scientifically-informed, highly competent managers, the program provides students with a solid foundation in basic science, applied food science, business and management practice, as well as supply chain and operations management. The program offers a mix of theoretical, experiential and applied study and both co-op and non-co-op format and affords students the opportunity to tailor courses to their career goals and interests.

Neuroscience, BSc (Honours)

Undergraduate University of Guelph
Decision Date: January 27, 2017

The brain remains the most poorly understood organ in the human body and the source of many challenging disorders and diseases affecting health.  The BSc Honours in Neuroscience provides a foundation in the natural sciences and an opportunity to develop advanced knowledge of nervous system structure and function, and the skills required for independent inquiry within neuroscience. The specialization is unique in its emphasis on integrative/interdisciplinary problem solving. Through the use of electives, students may structure a program that emphasizes molecular and biomedical neuroscience, behavioural and cognitive neuroscience, or comparative neuroscience.

The major prepares students for  graduate research and professional programs in health science (medical, physiotherapy, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, nursing), post-graduate work in neuroscience, and provides a strong foundation for students wishing to pursue careers in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, public health, teaching, and scientific publishing & journalism.