Golden Hawk Athletics & Recreation - Ecommerce. University of Toronto Faculty of Law. Director: Professor David Dyzenhaus The Combined JD/PhD (Philosophy) Program enables students to pursue a profound investigation of the complex issues that lie at the intersection between law and philosophy.
The program allows students to complete the two degrees one year faster than if they were pursued separately. At the end of that period, the student will have completed the JD degree and reached the dissertation stage of the PhD in philosophy. Frequently Asked Questions - J.D. Application Questions. How do I request an application?
The online application for fall 2015 J.D. admission will be available September 1. What are your J.D. application deadlines? Regular Decision (Mid-April Decision): February 15Early Decision (Late December Decision): November 15Scholarships and Academic Scholars Program Applications: January 1 Does applying Early Decision increase my chances of admission? No. Is there any particular undergraduate coursework that the Committee on Admissions values highly? The Committee looks for a broad range of courses, some of which are analytically demanding and others that require heavy reading loads and develop research and writing skills. Is someone with a graduate degree at an advantage in applying to law school? The Committee will give consideration to everything included in the application.
How does the Committee view a canceled LSAT score? Canadian Law School Profiles - McGill, UBC, UofA, UofT, UVic, York, * The cost of tuition for McGill University is based on the student's residency.
Out of Province Residents tuition = $7,564.70 ** The law school application fee for this school is $90 plus the OLSAS Application service fee of $195 *** The law school application fee for this school is $90 plus the OLSAS Application service fee of $195 and the basic registration fee set by York U of $144 (E) refers to the English LL.B program offered at the University of Ottawa (F) refers to the French LL.B program offered at the University of Ottawa Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law 6061 University Avenue Halifax, NS B3H 4H9 Telephone: (902) 494-3495 Fax: (902) 494-1316 law.dal.ca | Email: email@example.com Regular Application and Admissions Criteria The admission committee assesses applicants based on the combination of LSAT score and Grade Point Average (GPA).
Regular Applicant Profile and Enrollment Strengths and Special Programs Tuition and Expenses McGill University. What Can I Do With My Degree In ...? - Philosophy. It is important to understand that employers hire people, not degrees.
The skills and knowledge you develop as a result of your education, as well as in your work and community activities, have the greatest impact on hiring decisions. Listed below are some specific knowledge and transferable skills you will acquire as a result of your university education and your focus on Philosophy. Specific Knowledge Skills Valuable Transferable Skills Information-gathering and Communication Skills The skills required to identify and access a wide range of relevant information and resources The ability to compile and organize facts and information and to comprehend and apply new and/or unfamiliar information to different situations and settings Skills in preparing interesting, creative and informative presentations which target diverse audiences The ability to develop attractive/effective reports, presentations and materials using current technology.
Wilfrid Laurier University - Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2012/2013 - Faculty of Arts - Philosophy. The Honours Philosophy program consists of 20.0 credits, of which at least 14.0 must be at the senior level.
The program must include at least 11.0 but no more than 13.0 credits in Philosophy. The program as a whole must include 3.5 credits at the 300 and 400 level, with at least 1.5 credits at each of those levels. Core Courses (3.5 credits):PP110 and PP111 (or equivalent); PP204; PP207; three of PP256, PP259, PP261, PP262, PP263, PP264, HP201; Area Courses (3.5 credits): a minimum of a 0.5 credit in history(PP350, PP450) a minimum of 1.5 credits in values(PP203, PP213, PP215, PP216, PP217, PP218, PP219, PP223, PP224, PP230, PP233, PP247, PP380, PP480) a minimum of 1.5 credits in metaphysics and epistemology(PP209, PP214, PP220, PP225, PP226, PP229, PP239, PP249, PP370, PP470) Elective Courses (4.0 to 6.0 credits) Senate/Editorial Changes.
Canadian Accreditation and Alumni. Many of our Canadian students return to Canada after they have graduated to pursue legal careers.
The School of Law supports students wishing to do this by providing advice sessions and guidance. Canadian Accreditation Requirements To practise law in Canada, students with LLB degrees from outside the country will be required to demonstrate their competence to the National Committee on Accreditation (the NCA) as having a law degree in the UK does not mean you have a law degree in Canada. The NCA assesses the qualifications of individuals with legal qualifications obtained outside of Canada who wish to be admitted to a common law bar in Canada.
Accreditation is decided on an individual basis, taking into account the particular circumstances of that individual's educational and professional background.