Convocation Schedule

Convocation Schedule

The time of your ceremony will be confirmed in an email to your Carleton account following the Senate meeting of October 31, 2014. Please note: Your Faculty is displayed on your audit (at the top left)

Morning ceremony: Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 9:30 a.m.
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Sprott School of Business
Faculty of Science

Doctor of Philosophy
Anthropology
Anthropology – Specialization in Political Economy
Cognitive Science
Cultural Mediations
English
Geography
History – Specialization in Political Economy
Psychology
Sociology
Management
Biology
Chemistry
Computer Science
Earth Sciences
Neuroscience
Physics – Specialization in Medical Physics
Probability and Statistics
Pure Mathematics

Master of Arts
Anthropology
Anthropology – Specialization in African Studies
Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies
Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies – Specialization in
Digital Humanities
Art History
Art History – Art and its Institutions
Canadian Studies
English
English – Specialization in Digital Humanities
Film Studies
French and Francophone Studies
Geography
History
History – Specialization in African Studies
History – Public History
Music and Culture
Philosophy
Psychology
Religion & Public Life
Sociology
Sociology – Concentration in Quantitative Methodology
Women and Gender Studies
Women and Gender Studies – Specialization in African Studies
Master of Business Administration
Master of Cognitive Science
Master of Computer Science
Master of Computer Science – Human Computer Interaction
Master of Science:
Biology
Biology – Specialization in Bioinformatics
Chemistry
Earth Sciences
Geography
Health: Science, Technology and Policy
Information and Systems Science
Neuroscience
Physics – Specialization in High Energy Physics
Physics – Specialization in Medical Physics
Probability and Statistics
Pure Mathematics
Bachelor of Arts (Honours, General)
NOTE: Students who have Combined Honours in which one major is in the Faculty of Public Affairs attend the afternoon ceremony
Anthropology
Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies
Art History
Biology
Canadian Studies
Child Studies
English
Environmental Studies
Film Studies
French
Geography
Geography – Concentration in Physical Geography
Geomatics
Greek and Roman Studies
History
History and Theory of Architecture
Human Rights
Interdisciplinary Studies
Linguistics
Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
Music
Philosophy
Philosophy – Specialization in Philosophy, Ethics and Public Affairs
Psychology
Religion
Sociology
Women’s & Gender Studies
Bachelor of Cognitive Science (Honours and General)
Bachelor of Humanities
Bachelor of Music
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of International Business
Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours, Major, General)
Bachelor of Mathematics (Honours, General)
Bachelor of Science (Honours, Major, General)
Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Biology
Biology – concentration in Health Science
Biology and Biotechnology
Chemistry
Earth Sciences
Environmental Science
Environmental Science – concentration in Biology
Geography – Concentration in Geomatics
Geography – Concentration in Physical Geography
Food Science and Nutrition
Integrated Science
Integrated Science – concentration in Forensic Science
Integrated Science – Concentration in Health Science
Integrated Science – concentration in Information Science
Integrated Science – concentration in Life and Health Sciences
Integrated Science – Concentration in Science and Policy
Neuroscience
Neuroscience and Mental Health
Physics
Psychology
Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language

Afternoon ceremony: Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 2:00 p.m.
Faculty of Engineering and Design
Faculty of Public Affairs

Doctor of Philosophy
Public Affairs:
Communication
Economics
Political Science
Political Science – Specialization in Political Economy
Public Policy
Engineering:
Aerospace
Civil
Electrical
Electrical and Computer
Environmental
Mechanical
Master of Arts
Communication
Economics
Economics – Concentration in Financial Economics
European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies
European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (Co-op)
Human Computer Interaction
International Affairs
International Affairs (Co-op)
International Affairs – Intelligence and National Security
International Affairs – International Development Policy
International Affairs – Specialization in African Studies
Legal Studies
Political Economy
Political Economy – Specialization in African Studies
Political Science;
Public Administration
Public Administration (Co-op)
Sustainable Energy
Sustainable Energy (Co-op)
Master of Applied Science
Aerospace
Biomedical
Civil
Electrical
Electrical and Computer
Environmental
Human Computer Interaction
Materials
Mechanical
Technology Innovation Management
Master of Engineering
Aerospace
Civil
Electrical
Electrical and Computer
Environmental
Materials
Mechanical
Technology Innovation Management
Master of Architecture
Master of Design
Master of Infrastructure Protection and International Security
Master of Journalism
Master of Philanthropy and Non-Profit Leadership
Master of Political Management
Master of Social Work
Graduate Certificates:
Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution
Graduate Diplomas
Graduate Diploma in Conflict Resolution
Graduate Diploma in Philanthropy and Non-Profit Leadership
Graduate Diploma in Public Policy and Program Evaluation
Graduate Diploma in Public Management
Bachelor of Architectural Studies
Bachelor of Arts (Honours, General)
Note: Students who have Combined Honours in which one or both majors are in the Faculty of Public Affairs attend this ceremony
African Studies
Communication Studies
Communication Studies – concentration in Communication and Identity
Communication Studies – Concentration in Image, Politics and Persuasion
Communication Studies – Concentration in Media Industries and Institutions
Criminology and Criminal Justice – Concentration in Law
Criminology and Criminal Justice – Concentration in Psychology
Criminology and Criminal Justice – Concentration in Sociology
Applied Economics
Applied Economics – concentration in Financial Economics
Applied Economics – concentration in Natural Resources, Environment and Economy
Economics
Economics – Concentration in Financial Economics
Economics – Concentration in International Political Economy
European and Russian Studies – Concentration in European Studies and European Integration
Global Politics
History
Human Rights
Law
Law – Concentration in Business Law
Law – Concentration in Law, Policy and Government
Law – concentration in Transnational Law and Human Rights
Mass Communication
Political Science
Political Science – concentration in Canadian Politics
Political Science – Concentration in Comparative Politics and Area Studies
Political Science – Concentration in International Relations
Political Science – concentration in Political Theory
Political Science – Concentration in Public Affairs and Policy Analysis
Bachelor of Engineering:
Aerospace
Biomedical and Electrical
Biomedical and Mechanical
Civil
Communications
Computer Systems
Electrical
Environmental
Mechanical
Software
Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering
Bachelor of Industrial Design
Bachelor of Information Technology
Bachelor of Journalism
Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management
Bachelor of Social Work