The University of Winnipeg consistently ranks highly in national surveys for overall reputation, small class sizes, academic excellence and commitment to the environment. The University offers 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. Undergraduate degrees are offered in the fields of Arts, Business & Economics, Science, Education, Theology, and Kinesiology. And Master’s degrees are available for: Indigenous Governance, Applied Computer Science and Society, Bioscience, Technology and Public Policy, English with a Focus in Cultural Studies, Theology (Bible and Culture), Marriage and Family Therapy, Development Practice – Indigenous Development, Cultural Studies: Curatorial Practices, Technology, Innovation and Operations, Criminal Justice.
Professional Applied and Continuing Education (PACE) at UWinnipeg prepare learners for ongoing changes in the workplace. PACE offers a wide range of full- and part-time courses, programs, certificates, and diplomas in the areas of management, project management, human resources, finance, public relations, marketing, leadership, IT security, web development, educational assistant, and customized training.