Advance
your career

The professional graduate-level programs
offered by UBC Applied Science provide a
unique learning and networking experience.

Our Applied Science Professional Programs are for practicing professionals eager to excel in their careers in architecture or landscape architecture, community and regional planning, engineering or health care. As a student in one of our master programs, you’ll learn from experts while deepening your technical skills, enhancing your leadership abilities and connecting with a network of like-minded professionals.

It’s a winning combination that will enable you to advance your career. UBC Applied Science offers the following master degrees:

  • The Master of Health Leadership and Policy is a one-year degree for health-care professionals interested in strengthening their technical and leadership skills.
  • The Master of Engineering Leadership is a one-year degree for engineers and other technical professionals who want to deepen their sector-specific technical skills and build their leadership skills.

 

UBC Applied Science also offers the Master of Community and Regional Planning and the Master of Urban Design. Please visit their respective websites for more information.

Ready to join us?

ACCELERATE YOUR CAREER

The master programs at UBC Applied Science provide a game-changing combination of technical and cross-disciplinary leadership skills.

BUILD YOUR NETWORK

Connect with a dynamic and diverse cohort of motivated students from across Applied Science and UBC as you build a strong network that offers connections and opportunities well into the future.

DEVELOP AS A LEADER

Acquire the leadership skills you need to thrive in today’s team-oriented work environments through opportunities such as professional development workshops and individual coaching.

our Programs

Application Deadlines

1st Round: June 1, 2018
2nd Round: August 1, 2018
Final Round: October 1, 2018

How to Apply

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