Students pursuing graduate degrees at the Faculty of Law can include an interdisciplinary perspective by participating in one of the collaborative programs in which the law school is a partner. Please review the website of the collaborative program to determine their application process.
Graduate Collaborative Program in Bioethics
Coordinated by the Joint Centre for Bioethics, the Graduate Collaborative Program in Bioethics aims to prepare students for a concentration in bioethics with an emphasis on innovative interdisciplinary research and scholarship.
Collaborative Program in Bioethics
University of Toronto
88 College Street
Canada, M5G 1L4
Telephone: (416) 978-0871
Fax: (416) 978-1911
Collaborative Doctoral Program in Global Health (CPGH)
This program offers doctoral students the opportunity to develop cooperative and interdisciplinary graduate education and research in Global Health. We view global health as an integrative construct that focuses on the inter-relationships among local, regional, national, and international factors influencing health and the effective interventions and policies that will address these factors.
This collaborative program enhances the student experience by offering a broad base of faculty expertise and an opportunity to share research ideas and results from multiple disciplinary perspectives. The Collaborative Doctoral Program in Global Health signals the University’s commitment to improving the well-being of people in Canada and around the world through higher education and advanced research in global health.
Program Director: Dr. Donald Cole
Telephone: (416) 976-7870
Law Contact: Dr. Trudo Lemmens
Telephone: (416) 978-4201
Graduate Collaborative Program in Jewish Studies
The Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies builds on the expertise and range of its faculty members. Their diverse strengths are reflected in the four areas of concentration in the CJS programs:
- Classical Judaism
- Jewish Philosophy and Thought
- Jewish History and Social Sciences
- Jewish Cultures, Languages, and Literatures
Scholars in Jewish Studies must be deeply grounded in a specific academic discipline, but they also need exposure to the full breadth of Jewish texts, contexts, and concepts. The Centre provides this broad, interdisciplinary training to graduate students in fields such as Anthropology, Classics, English, History, Medieval Studies, Law, and Political science at the University of Toronto.
Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies
Jackman Humanities Building
170 St. George Street, Room 218
Toronto ON, M5R 2M8
Telephone: (416) 978-1624
Graduate Collaborative Program In Sexual Diversity Studies
The Collaborative Program in Sexual Diversity Studies, offered by the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies, is a rigorously interdisciplinary program recognizing sexual diversity studies as an interdisciplinary field of inquiry. While it has emerged as an autonomous scholarly area, many of those who work within it engage questions of gender, ethnicity, race, Aboriginal status, (dis)ability, and class, to highlight the importance of exploring their interaction with sexual differences. LLM and SJD students may take up legal questions through this collaborative program, but explore them through the theoretical and methodological lens of sexuality studies.
Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies
15 King's College Circle Rm. 251
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3H7
Telephone: (416) 978-6276
Fax: (416) 971-2027
Graduate Collaborative Program In Women and Gender Studies
Coordinated by the Women and Gender Studies Institute, the Graduate Collaborative Program in Women and Gender Studies (CWGS) provides a formal educational context for the pursuit of interdisciplinary research in women's and gender studies and advanced feminist scholarship.
For more information:
Graduate Collaborative Program in Women and Gender Studies
Women and Gender Studies Institute
Room 2036, Wilson Hall, New College
University of Toronto
M5S 1C6 Canada
Telephone: (416) 978-3668
Fax: (416) 946-5561
Graduate Collaborative Program in Women's Health
The Collaborative Program in Women's Health, supported by the Women's College Research Institute (WCRI), provides interdisciplinary training in women's health research and practice for both Master's and Doctoral students. One core course is required along with participation in a monthly seminar series and in the annual Graduate Student Research Day.
Collaborative Program in Women's Health
c/o Women's College Research Institute
790 Bay Street, 7th Floor
Toronto ON, M5G 1N8
Telephone: (416) 351.3732 x2331
Fax: (416) 351.3746
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