The majority of McMaster Continuing Education programs are open enrolment, which means there is no formal application or admission procedure. To enrol in a course, simply register online. McMaster Continuing Education courses can be taken as part of a program or individually.
Five of our programs have specific admission and application requirements, please refer to the Program and Application Requirements section below for more information on Health Informatics, Health Information Fundamentals, My OWN McMaster, Nursing Concepts in Continence Care and Professional Addiction Studies programs.
To enrol in McMaster Continuing Education programs, you must:
To ensure you are successful in your online courses, you are required to have knowledge and skills with general computer applications, such as keyboarding, file management, video conferencing and word processing.
If your first language is not English, you must meet the University’s English language proficiency requirements. Completion of TOEFL exam with a minimum acceptable score of 20 on each of the four components (reading, writing, speaking and listening), valid for 2 years.
A few of our programs have specific admission and application requirements. Please refer to the list of programs below. Use the filter or search bar to find your program and learn more about the requirements, application dates and required documents.