Find the right option for your academic and career aspirations from our diverse array of programs.
Our primary offering allowing you to study a wide range of topics with a deep focus in a particular period, area or theme.
This cross-disciplinary certificate provides students with an introduction to the theory, methods, and practice of work in historical, heritage, and cultural institutions, and a critical understanding of the production and presentation of historical knowledge for public audiences.
Complete two university degrees at the same time in order to become a qualified teacher in Ontario. Students can apply to our Bachelor of Education (BEd) program in a concurrent delivery model.
The master's program help students expand their undergraduate knowledge and to sharpen their critical, research and writing skills through intensive readings, class discussions, and research and historiographical papers.
The doctoral program aims to train graduate students for a career of research and teaching at the university level, or for work in other areas that draws upon historical research skills and learning.