Thank you for your interest in the UofA MINT program. If this page does not answer your questions about obtaining a Master of Science in Internetworking degree, please contact our program office.
Is the University of Alberta’s Master of Science in Internetworking degree an accredited graduate degree?
Yes, the University of Alberta is a fully accredited university. The Master of Science in Internetworking degree is a course-based Master’s degree awarded by the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research and recognized around the world.
MINT is offered in a part-time weekend format. Is it possible to apply for full-time status?
While MINT caters to working professionals with a full-time employment commitment, you can also receive your graduate education on a full-time basis. If you are interested in full-time enrolment to satisfy employment, student loan or visa requirements, you must be enrolled in three courses per term. For the MINT program, you are required to take one extra course in 3 of your 4 terms. For more information on this topic, refer to our calendar page.
Do the admission requirements for MINT include a specific TOEFL score?
For foreign students, a TOEFL score in excess of 600 is required.
Where do I mail my documents?
Send all documents and correspondence to:
221 Athabasca Hall, University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada