What are the best programs offered by McGill University

What are the best programs offered by McGill University

I’m sure you’ve heard the arguments “best is subjective” or some variation of “that depends…” so I’m going to answer your question from a slightly different perspective.If I was chatting with a McGill alumnus, what degrees (that he or she received) would most impress me?Math or physics.

These two are notoriously difficult and a handful of the smartest people I’ve met at McGill belong to these groups.EE or SE.Both are solid programs with rigorous course loads (120+ credits).Investment Management.An extremely selective program.

Students tend to do well in industry after graduation.Now that’s just me.Other people have stated McGill’s biomedical science degrees are the best.However, I’m not too fond of these programs as they depend mostly on regurgitating facts.

McGill University is one of Canada’s best-known institutions of higher learning and one of the leading universities in the world.

McGill University offers over 400 Postgraduate programs, including master’s degrees, PhDs, MBAs and graduate certificate programs, across 10 faculties.The university offers 6600 undergraduate courses in the fields of Agriculture, Animal Science, Anatomy, Anthropology, Architecture, Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Dentistry, Economics, Education, Geography, Human Genetics, Law, Management, Medicine, Pathology, Philosophy, Science, Social Work, Urban planning etc.

McGill University’s best programs in terms of selectivity: Medicine or Med School ( top 20 in the world)Joint honors Economics and Finanace/Maths.

( one of the most rigorous programs) Congnitive sciences and Linguistics Biomedical engineering Honors in Investment management (best program in management faculty)

In the Arts department in my opinion it’s Economics.It has a good honours program and they get most of the department cash.For instance with History, my sister ended up having to go to Concordia’s library to find the right books.

I really enjoyed Economics as they have a very wide course range; from industrial economics to climate change to the underground economy.