Temporary Suspension of Admissions - Programs

Under the process outlined by the Procedures Concerning the Temporary Suspension of Admissions to Academic Programs, the programs noted here have temporarily suspended their admissions.

Programs can remain in temporary suspension for a period of up to two years. At least six months before the end of the initial specified time of temporary suspension, the Dean (or Deans) shall advise the Provost and Senate (with reasons) of their intentions regarding the temporary suspension.

MA/PhD in French Studies

Admissions suspended prior to 2013, with additional information provided to Senate in March 2016.

Graduate Diploma in Pain Care

Admissions suspended as of the Senate meeting in October 2017.

Graduate Diploma in Legal Services Management

Admissions suspended as of the Senate meeting in April 2021, with an extension reported in March 2023.

ADMI Master of Engineering Program

Admissions suspended as of the Senate meeting in April 2021, with an extension reported in March 2023.

Graduate Diploma/Master of Medical Sciences

Admissions suspended as of the Senate meeting in September 2021, with additional information provided in November 2021. A two year extension was reported in March, 2024

Bachelor of Mining Engineering Technology Program

Admissions suspended as of the Senate meeting in November 2022.

Bachelor of Fine Art (Visual Art) Program

Admissions suspended as of the Senate meeting in February 2023.

Global Master of Management Analytics

Extension reported in October 2023.

Bachelor of Liberal Studies (Online)

Admissions suspended as of the Senate meeting on February 2, 2024.

Bachelor of Arts, Hispanic Studies Major and Joint Honours Programs and German Studies Joint Honours Program

Admissions suspended as of the Senate meeting on February 2, 2024.

Graduate Diploma in Business

Admissions suspended as of the Senate meeting on February 2, 2024.

Professional Master of Public Administration

Admissions suspended as of the Senate meeting on March 28, 2024