University of Windsor-Canada

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About Us

The University of Windsor is Canada’s most personal comprehensive university. It combines a strong and focused emphasis on the learning experience of every student with a very broad range of graduate, undergraduate, and professional programs.Its reason for being is summed up in its mission statement:Enabling people to make a better worldthrough education, scholarship, research and engagement.

Programs Offered

Undergraduate Programs of Study
Aerospace Engineering (with optional Co-op)
Anthropology (General)
Arts and Education (Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education – Primary-Junior) (5 year or 6 year)
Arts and Science
Automotive Engineering
Behaviour, Cognition and Neuroscience
Biological Sciences and Education (6-year Honours Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences and Education)
Biology and Biotechnology
Business (with optional Co-op)
Business Administration (Honours) and Computer Science (with optional Co-op)
Business Administration (Honours) and Economics
Chemistry and Education (6-year Honours Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Education)
Chemistry and Physics
Child Psychology
Civil Engineering (with optional Co-op)
Classical Civilization
Communication, Media and Film
Computer Information Systems (Honours) (with optional Co-op)
Computer Science (Honours Applied Computing) (with optional Co-op)
Computer Science (with optional Co-op)
Computer Science with Software Engineering Specialization (Honours ) (with optional Co-op)
Criminology (Honours)
Developmental Psychology (Honours)
Digital Journalism (Combined Honours)
Disability Studies
Disability Studies and Psychology
Drama and Communication, Media and Film
Drama in Education and Community
Dramatic Art
Education (consecutive program for candidates with an existing degree)
Electrical Engineering (with optional Co-op)
Engineering (with optional Co-op)
Engineering Technology
English Language and Literature
English Literature and Creative Writing
Environmental Engineering (with optional Co-op)
Environmental Science
Environmental Studies
Family and Social Relations
Forensic Science
Forensics Combined Degree with Arts
French Studies
French Studies and Education (6-year Honours Bachelor of Arts in French and Education)
General Science
Industrial Engineering (with optional Co-op)
Industrial Engineering with a Minor in Business Administration (with optional Co-op)
International Relations and Development Studies
Kinesiology (with optional Co-op)
Law – Canadian and American Dual JD Program
Law – Integrated M.B.A./J.D. Program
Law – Juris Doctor (J.D.)
Law – M.S.W./J.D. Joint Degree Program
Liberal Arts and Professional Studies
Liberal Arts and Professional Studies (Lambton Campus)
Liberal Arts and Professional Studies – Aeronautics Leadership (with Flight Option or Ground Option)
Mathematics (General and Honours)
Mathematics and Computer Science
Mathematics and Education (6-year Honours Bachelor of Mathematics & Education)
Mathematics and Statistics
Mechanical Engineering (with optional Co-op)
Mechanical Engineering with a Materials Option (with optional Co-op)
Mechanical Engineering with an Aerospace Option (with optional Co-op)
Mechanical Engineering with an Automotive Engineering Option (with optional Co-op)
Mechanical Engineering with an Environmental Engineering Option (with optional Co-op)
Media Arts Histories and Visual Culture
Modern Languages (German, Italian or Spanish)/Second Language with Certificate
Modern Languages with Year Abroad
Music (Honours Bachelor of Arts)
Music (Honours Bachelor of Music)
Physics (Honours), Physics and High Technology (Honours), Medical Physics (Honours) (all with optional Co-op)
Political Science
Political Science, Bilingual Specialization
Political Science, Law and Politics Specialization
Social Work
Social Work and Disability Studies
Social Work and Women’s Studies
Sociology and Criminology
Sport Management
Undeclared – First Year
Visual Arts
Visual Arts and Communication, Media and Film
Visual Arts and the Built Environment
Women’s Studies

Graduate Programs Directory

Actuarial Science (M.Act.Sc.)

Applied Computing (M.A.C.)

Automotive Engineering (International M.A.Sc.)

Biological Sciences (PhD and MSc)
Business Administration (MBA, MBA/LLB, and MM)

Chemistry and Biochemistry (PhD and MSc)
Civil Engineering (PhD, MASc and MEng)
Communication and Social Justice (MA)
Computer Science (PhD and MSc)
Criminology (M.A.)

Earth Sciences (PhD and MSc)
Economics (MA)
Education (MEd); Educational Studies (joint PhD)
Electrical Engineering (PhD, MASc and MEng)
Engineering Materials (PhD, MASc and MEng)
English (MA)
Environmental Engineering (PhD, MASc and MEng)
Environmental Science (PhD and MSc.)

History (MA)
Human Kinetics (MHK)

Industrial Engineering (MASc and MEng)
Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering (PhD)

Kinesiology (PhD)

Law (LLM)

Management (MM)
Mathematics and Statistics (PhD and MSc)
Mechanical Engineering (PhD, MASc and MEng)

Medical Biotechnology (MMB)

Nursing (MSc and MN, Graduate Diploma in Advanced Practice Oncology/Palliative Nursing)

Philosophy (MA)
Physics (PhD and MSc)
Political Science (MA / MA/MPP Joint initiative)
Psychology (PhD and MA)

Social Data Analysis (MA)
Social Work (PhD, MSW, and MSW/JD)
Sociology (PhD and MA)

Visual Arts (MFA)

Admission and Applications

Welcome to the University of Windsor, a diverse community of students and scholars dedicated to innovation, personal growth and meaningful service.

Since we’re a mid-size university, you’ll benefit from the variety and quality of our 120 undergraduate majors and minors and 55 master’s and doctoral programs, as well as close collaborations with faculty mentors.
Our convenient location, minutes from both downtown Windsor and downtown Detroit, is an ideal combination of small-town university life and big-city style. A significant part of your education will occur outside of the classroom through internships and partnerships with regional businesses and non-profit organizations.

·  Full-time Applications

·  International Applications should be completed by residents not living in Canada or the United States who wish only to apply to the University of Windsor.  Please review admission requirements for students coming from outside Canada and the United States.


Ontario Universities’ Application Centre
170 Research Lane
Guelph ON N1G 5E2


Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. ET
Note: The OUAC also has an after-hours mail drop box.


Application-related inquiries: 519-823-1063
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 4:15 p.m. ET
Thursday: 10:00 a.m. – 4:15 p.m. ET