2004-2005 Graduate Calendar

General Information  
I.  Introduction Go to top of document
Located in the center of Canada's beautiful Niagara Peninsula in Ontario, one hour from Toronto, Brock offers strong undergraduate, graduate and interdisciplinary programs that include co-op and other experiential learning opportunities to a student population of over 14,000. Brock serves the Niagara region as a cultural, academic and recreational center and offers the community excellent facilities for people of all ages. Situated on the Niagara Escarpment, overlooking the city of St. Catharines, the Brock campus is a safe and friendly environment. The park-like setting of the University with its wide-open spaces, offers a number of outdoor activities at any time of the year. Opened in 1964, Brock was named for Maj.-General Sir Isaac Brock, who lost his life at Queenston Heights in the war of 1812. His last words are said to be, "Surgite! Push on!" which have become the University's motto.  
II.  Graduate Programs Go to top of document
The following graduate programs are currently offered at Brock University: Doctoral Programs PhD in Biological Sciences PhD in Biotechnology PhD in Educational Studies PhD in Psychology Master's Programs Master of Accountancy (MAcc) Taxation, General Accounting and Information Systems Master of Business Administration (MBA) General Business, Accounting, Finance, Human Resource Management and Marketing Master of Arts (MA) Applied Health Sciences Child and Youth Studies Philosophy Political Science Popular Culture Psychology Social Justice and Equity Studies Master of Education (MEd) Curriculum Studies Teaching and Learning Organization and Administrative Studies in Education Master of Science (MSc) Applied Health Sciences Biological Sciences Biotechnology Chemistry Earth Sciences Physics Master of Divinity (MDiv) Master of Theological Studies (MTS) Degrees offered through Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary (an affiliated College of the University)  
Last updated: August 19, 2004 @ 01:25PM