Molecular ImagingCollaborative Specialization
Program ContactDr. Paula Foster (firstname.lastname@example.org)
t. 519 931-5777 x24040
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- Chemistry MSc
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- Medical Biophysics PhD
- Microbiology and Immunology MSc
- Microbiology and Immunology PhD
- Pathology and Laboratory Medicine MSc
- Pathology and Laboratory Medicine PhD
A Collaborative Specialization is an intra-university graduate field of study that provides an additional multidisciplinary experience for students enrolled in and completing the degree requirements for one of a number of approved Master’s and/or PhD programs. Students meet the admission requirements of, and register in, the participating (or “home”) program but complete, in addition to the degree requirements of that program, the additional requirements specified by the Collaborative Specialization. The degree conferred is that of the home program, and the completion of the Collaborative Specialization is indicated by a transcript notation indicating the additional specialization that has been attained (e.g., PhD in Chemistry with specialization in Molecular Imaging).
- Full-time or part-time study
- Thesis-based, course-based or project-based
- The Collaborative Specialization does not provide additional funding beyond what the student receives through their home department.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fee schedules (per term) are posted on the Office of the Registrar's website at http://www.registrar.uwo.ca/student_finances/fees_refunds/fee_schedules.html
- Current enrolment in a participating graduate program at Western University.
- Permission of home department supervisor to participate in the Collaborative Specialization.
- Supervisor must be an associated faculty member or be willing to become associated with the Specialization.