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Graduate Programs

We are a small, and growing school welcoming all students interested in studying with world-renowned researchers and faculty members in sciences, social sciences and humanities and in being actively engaged in cutting-edge research and scholarship.

Our intimate, small-school environment creates optimal opportunities for regular and one-on-one interactions with faculty members and other students in your chosen program, as well as internal and external community collaborations.

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Graduate Programs
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M.Sc. in Biology


With a special focus on effective science communication, the Master of Science in Biology program is a research thesis-based program designed for graduates of four-year B.Sc. programs. The program learning outcomes broadly encompass developing critical thinking, analytical, and communication skill sets while expanding and advancing knowledge in the field of biological sciences.

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Master of Computer Science


This course-based Master of Computer Science program is designed for Bachelor’s degree graduates in computer science, information technology (IT) and related areas. Its applied aim is to prepare students to develop expertise with sufficient breadth and depth in the areas of software engineering, cybersecurity, software systems, data analytics, artificial intelligence and IT.

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We offer a wide range of cultural, academic and social activities that make for a unique, meaningful and life-changing experience for every student.

Tuition, Awards and Funding

Start planning for your Algoma University experience and discover the funding, scholarships and awards we have available.


Ample opportunities to develop solid research skills in a very supportive, dynamic and creative environment that is linked to our community and the world.