University of Winnipeg


The University of Winnipeg is a dynamic campus and a downtown hub that connects people from diverse cultures and nurtures global citizens.

We offer high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs including several that are unique in Western Canada, for example, a Bachelor of Arts in Human Rights, and a Master’s degree in Development Practice with a focus on Indigenous Development. Our graduates value their educational experience, and UWinnipeg consistently ranks highly in national surveys for overall reputation, small class sizes, academic excellence and commitment to the environment.

The Richardson College for the Environment & Science Complex accommodates over 2,000 students, faculty, staff and visitors daily.  As one of the most innovative Science Complexes in Canada, our renowned professors, graduate and undergraduate students are researching and studying the most challenging issues we face: climate change, isotope productions and cancer tests, and pollutants in our air and lakes.  Our state-of-the-art Axworthy Health and RecPlex offers new research and student practicum opportunities in kinesiology, education and applied health. The RecPlex offers sports and recreation programs for students, Wesmen athletes and the broader community.

Aboriginal Governance (See Indigenous Studies)


Applied Computer Science




Biopsychology – see Neuroscience

Business & Administration


Classics (Greek and Roman Studies)

Computer Science – see Applied Computer Science

Conflict Resolution Studies

Criminal Justice

Dance Program

Developmental Studies

Disability Studies

East Asian Languages & Cultures


Economics and Finance



Environmental Studies and Sciences

French Studies


German-Canadian Studies

German Studies


History of Art

Human Rights

Indigenous Studies (formerly Aboriginal Governance)

Interdisciplinary Linguistics

International Development Studies

Italian Studies

Kinesiology & Applied Health

Linguistics (See Interdisciplinary Linguistics)

Mathematics & Statistics


Mennonite Studies

Modern Languages and Literatures



Political Science

Portuguese Studies

Psychiatric Nursing  (Collaborative program with Brandon University)


Religion & Culture (formerly Religious Studies)

Rhetoric and Communications


Spanish Studies

Statistics – see Mathematics & Statistics

Theatre & Film

Theatre & Film – Dance Program Stream – See Dance Program

Urban and Inner-City Studies

Women’s & Gender Studies

Master of Arts in Criminal Justice

Master of Arts in Cultural Studies

Master of Arts in Applied Economics (MAE)*

Master of Arts in

Indigenous Governance

Master of Science in

Applied Computer Science and Society

Master of Science in

Bioscience, Technology and Public Policy

Master in Development Practice: Indigenous Development

Master in Management: Technology, Innovation and Operations

Master of Marriage and Family Therapy

Master of Arts (Theology) M.A

Applying to The University of Winnipeg is easy! Now that you are ready to apply, there are a few things to think about before you submit your application. If you have not already done so, take a moment to review the academic programs and admission requirements. This will assist you with applying to the right programs and allow your application to be processed faster.