Applications should be submitted by February 1st each year for entry for the following September.
Successful applicants must have completed a four-year bachelor honours degree (or equivalent) in a humanities, social science, health, engineering, science, or business discipline with an overall average of at least 75% in the final 20 courses (or last 2 years). Applicants must supply three letters of reference, normally from academic sources, but may be from professional sources. Learn more about MCC admission requirements on the Graduate Studies Academic Calendar.
Applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate command of the English language with a minimum internet-based TOEFL score of 100 (writing 26; speaking 26) or the equivalent on a comparable test such as IELTS 7.5 (writing 7.0; speaking 7.0). Learn more about English Language Proficiency (and other acceptable tests of English) on the Graduate Studies Academic Calendar.
Three letters of reference (normally from academic sources, but may be from professional sources)
English language proficiency test, if applicable
See the tuition fee schedules.
Click on the "Graduate Fee Schedules", and then the term in which you are interested.
- for domestic fees, refer to "Master of Climate Change" under the section titled: Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents – On Campus Professional Graduate Programs
- for international fees, refer to "Master of Climate Change" under the section titled: International Students On Campus Professional Graduate Programs
Students are required to enroll and pay fees each term that they are active in the program. Terms during which students are working on major research papers or internships are considered active terms.
How to apply
Applications can be made to the program online through the Ontario Universities Application Centre (OUAC). Learn more about the application process.
Further inquiries can be directed to the Teresa Wilson, MCC Graduate Program Administrator.