Graduate diploma programs
The Graduate Diploma in Accounting is a professional program accredited by the Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA) of Ontario.
The Graduate Diploma in Education and Digital Technologies is an online program that provides educators with an alternative form of professional development when they do not wish to do a full master's degree.
The Graduate Diploma in Engineering Management is ideal for students who are interested in graduate-level courses in business and management practices within an engineering context, but do not wish to commit to a full master's degree.
This graduate diploma consists of four specific courses related to nuclear power plant design, plant safety, design process and procedures, and design for operations and maintenance.
Six graduate diplomas in Nuclear Technology are offered based on areas of sub-specialization within the fields of Nuclear Power and Radiological and Health Physics.
The UNENE Graduate Diploma in Nuclear Engineering is offered jointly between UOIT and McMaster University. The graduate diploma will allow students to broaden their knowledge and enhance their core skills without the commitment of a full master’s degree.
This graduate diploma is offered in collaboration with the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and focuses on the uptake and implementation of new knowledge for practicing professionals working in health-related fields.