Students must complete between 6 and 12 one-term courses. The exact number and mix of courses depends on your background and research interests, as assessed by your supervisor.
Students can sometimes receive exemptions from courses, when otherwise qualified. You can also take additional courses as long as you do not exceed 12 degree requirement courses.
Normally, course work is finished within the first two years of the program. This is followed by a comprehensive examination, tailored to your field of study.
All students in the program take a common seminar course, and otherwise follow the course requirements for their particular field of study. See your field of study page for more information.