All courses for every first-year Science student will be delivered online this fall. A limited number of students in their second, third and fourth years will return to campus for part of the semester.

National Recognition For McMaster Researchers

McMaster Faculty and Staff
McMaster is Canada's most research-intensive university for the third consecutive year, according to Research Infosource.
With a total sponsored research income of $396.1 million, McMaster is also number one in corporate research income among Canada's top 50 research universities.

"I'm incredibly proud of the outstanding research being carried out in the Faculty of Science by faculty members, together with our graduate and undergraduate students," says Dean Maureen MacDonald. "Along with advancing scientific discovery, faculty, students and staff are contributing to McMaster's national and international reputation as Canada's most research-intensive university."

Research intensity measures research dollars per faculty member. On average, McMaster researchers earn $439,500 which is more than double the national average. Graduate research intensity, averaging $84,000 per graduate student, also exceeds the average among Canadian universities.

Research Infosource rankings are based on 2018 financial data obtained from Statistics Canada. Research Infosource is a research, consulting and publishing firm that is recognized as a leading source of ranking information on research universities, corporations, hospitals and colleges.
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