Undergraduate Studies

The Department offers undergraduate courses in Experimental Oncology, Medical Physics, and Medical Oncology, as well as an undergraduate program in Radiation Therapy.

Graduate Studies

The Department offers Master's (MSc) and Doctoral (PhD) degrees in Cancer Sciences and Medical Physics specialties.

Post Graduate & Residency Training

The Department offers postgraduate degrees and residency training in Medical Oncology, Radiation Oncology, Enhanced Skills in Palliative Care, Adult Palliative Medicine, Cancer Sciences and Medical Physics. Residents are guided through a two year, educational program that, in the first instance, meets all the Royal College of Physicians of Canada requirements for subspecialty certification in medical oncology and extends well beyond with supported opportunities including Master's degree programs at other institutions as appropriate to each resident's career goals.

Post Doctoral Fellows Training Residency Training Clinical Fellows

An internship in clinical psychology is offered through the Division of Palliative Care Medicine in collaboration with the Department of Educational Psychology. In addition clinical rotations are available to elective medical students, radiation oncology residents, palliative care residents and pharmacy students.