5 Steps to Your Graduate Application

2. Review
4. Submit

Explore Programs & Courses


UNBC offers a wide range of Graduate Programs to explore. When choosing your program it may be helpful to think about the types of research you are interested in doing. You can then explore UNBC faculty to see if there is a faculty member whose research complements your own interests.

Full-Time vs. Part-Time

Your student status determines your tuition, student fees, eligibility for awards, financial aid and more.

Need Help?

If you require more information about program details and selecting a program that is right for you, we can help.

Distance Delivery Programs

UNBC offers select programs via web-based/distance delivery methods.


If you are interested in taking Graduate level courses, either as part of a program or on their own, you can review UNBC's graduate course offerings at the link below.

Taking Independent Graduate Level Courses

You may participate in graduate level courses without being in a graduate program, either as a:

  • Visiting graduate student
  • Exchange graduate student
  • Non-degree graduate student

Taking Graduate Courses as an Undergraduate Student

Students in their final year of a Bachelor's degree program at UNBC may be eligible to take graduate level courses.


Listing a Potential Supervisor

All graduate programs require that a potential supervisor be identified and listed as part of your application.

To list a faculty member as a potential supervisor, please initiate contact with them to discuss your research interests and theirs, and to determine their willingness to supervise your studies.

Browse the faculty listings on the program website of the graduate program of interest to you. You will be able to find a brief listing of each faculty member's research interests and their contact information.

NOTE: Listing a potential supervisor does not guarantee admission.