Anthropology - Major (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in this program is limited. To qualify, students must have completed 4.0 credits and achieved a minimum grade of 63% in each of ANT101H5 and ANT102H5 and ISP100H5. Students applying to enrol after second year must have completed 8.0 credits (including ANT101H5 and ANT102H5 and ISP100H5), and achieved a minimum average of 63% in ANT courses and ISP100H5.

Completion Requirements:

7.5 credits are required.

First Year:
ANT101H5 and ANT102H5 and ISP100H5

Second Year:
1. ANT204H5 and ANT206H5 and ANT207H5

and

2. ( ANT200H5 and ANT201H5) or (1.0 credit from ANT202H5 or ANT203H5 or ANT220H5)

Higher Years:
3.5 additional ANT credits of which:
1) At least 2.0 ANT credits must be ANT social science courses
2) At least 1.0 ANT credit must be at the 300 level
3) At least 1.0 ANT credit must be at the 400 level
4) At least 0.5 ANT credits must be at the 400 level and must be a social science ANT course

NOTE: JAL253H5 and JAL351H5 and JAL353H5 and JAL355H5 and JAL453H5 are social science credits and can be used to fulfill ANT program requirements.


ERMAJ1775 | Program Area: Anthropology

Anthropology - Major (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in this program is limited. To qualify, students must have completed 4.0 credits and achieved a minimum grade of 63% in each of ANT101H5 and ANT102H5 and ISP100H5. Students applying to enrol after second year must have completed 8.0 credits (including ANT101H5 and ANT102H5 and ISP100H5), and achieved a minimum average of 63% in ANT courses and ISP100H5.

Completion Requirements:

8.0 credits are required.

First Year:
ANT101H5 and ANT102H5 and ISP100H5

Second Year:
1. 2.0 credits from ANT200H5 or ANT201H5 or ANT202H5 or ANT203H5 or ANT220H5

and

2. ANT204H5

and

3. ANT206H5 or ANT207H5

Higher Years:
3.5 additional ANT credits of which:
1) At least 2.0 ANT credits must be ANT science courses
2) At least 1.0 ANT credit must be at the 300 level
3) At least 1.0 ANT credit must be at the 400 level and must be science ANT courses



ERMAJ0105 | Program Area: Anthropology

Anthropology - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required.

First Year: ANT101H5 and ANT102H5

Second Year: 1.5 credits from ANT200H5 or ANT201H5 or ANT202H5 or ANT203H5 or ANT204H5 or ANT206H5 or ANT207H5 or ANT220H5

Higher Years: 1.5 additional ANT credits. At least 1.0 must be at the 300/400 level.

NOTES: JAL253H5 and JAL351H5 and JAL353H5 and JAL355H5 and JAL453H5 are social science credits and can be used to fulfill ANT program requirements.


ERMIN1775 | Program Area: Anthropology

Anthropology - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in this program is limited. To qualify, students must have completed 4.0 credits and achieved a minimum grade of 63% in each of ANT101H5 and ANT102H5 and ISP100H5. Students applying to enrol after second year must have completed 8.0 credits (including ANT101H5 and ANT102H5 and ISP100H5), and achieved a minimum average of 63% in ANT courses and ISP100H5.

Completion Requirements:

10.5 credits are required.

First Year:
ANT101H5 and ANT102H5 and ISP100H5

Second Year:
1. ( ANT200H5 and ANT201H5) or (1.0 credit from ANT202H5 or ANT203H5 or ANT220H5)

and

2. ANT204H5 and ANT206H5 and ANT207H5

Higher Years:
6.5 additional ANT credits of which:
1) At least 4.0 ANT credits must be ANT social science courses
2) At least 4.0 ANT credits must be at the 300 level or 400 level
3) At least 1.0 ANT credit must be at the 400 level and must be social science ANT courses

NOTE: JAL253H5 and JAL351H5 and JAL353H5 and JAL355H5 and JAL453H5 are social science credits and can be used to fulfill ANT program requirements.


ERSPE1775 | Program Area: Anthropology

Anthropology - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in this program is limited. To qualify, students must have completed 4.0 credits and achieved a minimum grade of 63% in each of ANT101H5 and ANT102H5 and ISP100H5. Students applying to enrol after second year must have completed 8.0 credits (including ANT101H5 and ANT102H5 and ISP100H5), and achieved a minimum average of 63% in ANT courses and ISP100H5.

Completion Requirements:

11.0 credits are required.

First Year:
ANT101H5 and ANT102H5 and ISP100H5

Second Year:
1. ANT200H5 and ANT201H5 and ANT202H5 and ANT203H5 and ANT220H5

and

2. ANT204H5

and

3. ANT206H5 or ANT207H5

Higher Years:
6.0 additional ANT credits of which:
1) At least 4.0 ANT credits must be ANT science courses
2) At least 3.5 ANT credits must be at the 300 level or 400 level
3) At least 1.5 ANT credits must be at the 400 level and must be science ANT courses



ERSPE0105 | Program Area: Anthropology

Applied Statistics - Major (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in the Major program is limited to students with a minimum of 4.0 credits, including:

For students applying in 2023-2024 for program entry in the 2024-2025 Academic Year:

  1. STA107H5 (with a minimum grade of 60%) or STA256H5;
  2. MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or MAT233H5; and
  3. A minimum cumulative grade point average, to be determined annually.
  4. All students must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program. Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as a part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.

For students applying in 2024-2025 for program entry in the 2025-2026 Academic Year:

  1. STA107H5 (with a minimum grade of 60%) or STA256H5;
  2. MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or MAT233H5;
  3. ISP100H5; and
  4. A minimum cumulative grade point average, to be determined annually.
  5. All students must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program. Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as a part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.
Completion Requirements:

7.0-8.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. CSC108H5
  2. MAT102H5
  3. [( MAT132H5 or MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  4. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5
  5. For students entering the program in 2025-2026 (and beyond): ISP100H5

Second Year:

  1. MAT232H5 or MAT233H5 or MAT257Y5
  2. STA256H5 and STA258H5 and STA260H5

Higher Years:

  1. STA302H5 and STA304H5 and STA305H5
  2. 1.0 credit from any 300/400 level STA course or CSC322H5 or ( CSC311H5 or CSC411H5) or MAT302H5 or MAT311H5 or MAT332H5 or MAT334H5 or MAT344H5 or MAT337H5

NOTES:

  1. MAT133Y5 is included in the credit count only if the student also completes MAT233H5 (in which case MAT232H5 is not required).
  2. Students are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with the 100-level calculus pre-requisites to select the correct courses.
  3. ECO220Y5 cannot be substituted for STA256H5 or STA258H5 and/or STA260H5.
  4. ECO227Y5 can be substituted for STA256H5 and STA258H5, but not for STA260H5.
  5. STA107H5 is highly recommended in first year, but it is not required.
  6. MAT337H5 is highly recommended for students intending to pursue graduate level studies in statistics.
  7. Students in the Applied Statistics Major may take at most 0.5 credit of Statistics Research Project Course(s) from STA378H5, STA398H5, STA478H5 and STA498H5.
  8. STA246H5 will not be permitted as a pre-requisite for any other 200+ level STA courses. In addition, STA246H5 cannot be used towards any program(s) in Applied Statistics or Mathematics. The course is intended only for students in Computer Science programs who will not need STA256H5 for other program requirements.

ERMAJ1540 | Program Area: Statistics, Applied

Applied Statistics - Minor (Science)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 - 4.5 credits are required.

First Year: MAT133Y5 or [( MAT132H5 or MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5

Higher Years:

1. MAT232H5 or MAT233H5 or MAT257Y5
2. STA256H5 and STA258H5 and STA260H5
3. 1.0 additional credit of STA at the 300/400 level

NOTES:

  1. Students are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with the 100-level calculus pre-requisites to select the correct courses.
  2. ECO220Y5 cannot be substituted for STA256H5 and/or STA258H5 and/or STA260H5.
  3. ECO227Y5 can be substituted for STA256H5 and STA258H5, but not for STA260H5.
  4. STA246H5 will not be permitted as a pre-requisite for any other 200+ level STA courses. In addition, STA246H5 cannot be used towards any program(s) in Applied Statistics or Mathematics. The course is intended only for students in Computer Science programs who will not need STA256H5 for other program requirements.
  5. Note that Statistics Research Project courses ( STA378H5, STA398H5, STA478H5 or STA498H5) may not count towards the Applied Statistics minor.

ERMIN1540 | Program Area: Statistics, Applied

Applied Statistics - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in the Specialist program is limited to students with a minimum of 4.0 credits, including:

For students applying in 2023-2024 for program entry in the 2024-2025 Academic Year:

  1. STA107H5 (with a minimum grade of 60%) or STA256H5;
  2. MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT139H5 or MAT233H5 (minimum 60%) or MAT157Y5 or MAT159H5; and
  3. A minimum cumulative grade point average, to be determined annually.
  4. All students must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program. Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as a part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.

For students applying in 2024-2025 for program entry in the 2025-2026 Academic Year:

  1. STA107H5 (with a minimum grade of 60%) or STA256H5;
  2. MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT139H5 or MAT233H5 (minimum 60%) or MAT157Y5 or MAT159H5;
  3. ISP100H5; and
  4. A minimum cumulative grade point average, to be determined annually.
  5. All students must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program. Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as a part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.
Completion Requirements:

12.0-13.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. CSC108H5
  2. MAT102H5
  3. [( MAT132H5 or MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  4. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5
  5. For students entering the program in 2025-2026 (and beyond): ISP100H5

Second Year:

  1. MAT232H5 or MAT233H5 or MAT257Y5
  2. MAT244H5
  3. STA256H5 and STA258H5 and STA260H5

Higher Years:

  1. STA302H5 and STA304H5 and STA305H5 and STA348H5
  2. 2.0 credits of STA at the 300/400 level
  3. 2.0 credits from CSC322H5 or ( CSC311H5 or CSC411H5) or MAT302H5 or MAT311H5 or MAT332H5 or MAT334H5 or MAT344H5 or MAT337H5
  4. 1.0 credit of STA

NOTES:

  1. MAT133Y5 is included in the credit count only if the student also completes MAT233H5 (in which case MAT232H5 is not required).
  2. Students are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with the 100-level calculus pre-requisites to select the correct courses.
  3. ECO220Y5 cannot be substituted for STA256H5 or STA258H5 or STA260H5.
  4. ECO227Y5 can be substituted for STA256H5 and STA258H5, but not for STA260H5.
  5. STA107H5 is highly recommended in first year, but it is not required.
  6. MAT337H5 is highly recommended for students intending to pursue graduate level studies in statistics.
  7. Students in the Applied Statistics Specialist may take at most 1.0 credit of Statistics Research Project Courses from STA378H5, STA398H5, STA478H5 and STA498H5.
  8. STA246H5 will not be permitted as a pre-requisite for any other 200+ level STA courses. In addition, STA246H5 cannot be used towards any program(s) in Applied Statistics or Mathematics. The course is intended only for students in Computer Science programs who will not need STA256H5 for other program requirements.

ERSPE1540 | Program Area: Statistics, Applied

Art and Art History - Major (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including ISP100H5.

Completion Requirements:

8.5 credits are required, comprised of 0.5 credit of ISP100H5 and 4.0 credits in FAS courses and 4.0 credits in FAH or VCC or VST courses offered at UTM (see detailed notes below). The following program structure is highly recommended:

First Year:
1. FAH101H5 and ISP100H5
2. 0.5 additional credit in FAH at the 200 level
2. 2.0 credits from FAS143H5 or FAS145H5 or FAS147H5 or FAS232H5 or FAS236H5 or FAS248H5 (All of these courses are open to first-year students.)

Second Year:
1. Remaining uncompleted credit(s) from the FAS course list identified in ‘First Year’ (above).
2. 2.0 credit of FAH at the 200 level

Third & Fourth Years:
1. 1.0 credit of FAH or VCC or VST at the 300/400 level
2. 1.0 credit of FAS at the 300/400 level

NOTES:

  1. Completion of the Art & Art History Major Program must include: FAH101H5 and ISP100H5 and FAS143H5 and FAS145H5 and FAS147H5 and FAS232H5 and FAS236H5 and FAS248H5. Of the total 8.5 credits in the program, 2.0 credits from FAH or VCC or VST or FAS must be at the 300/400 level.
  2. Students must take at least 2.0 credits, but no more than 2.5 credits, of FAH at the 200 level, of which 2.0 credits must be completed at UTM (see Note 3 below for the required area distribution and Note 4 below for the St. George exceptions allowed). VCC 200 level courses do not satisfy FAH 200 level requirements.
  3. At least 0.5 credit of FAH must be completed in each of the following three areas: Ancient & Medieval; 15th-18th Centuries; and 19th-21st Centuries. See the departmental website (www.utm.utoronto.ca/dvs) for the distribution of courses by area.
  4. 0.5 credit of FAH at the 200 level may be taken at St. George in an area not covered by current UTM offerings (i.e. one of the following courses – FAH248H1 or FAH260H1 or FAH262H1 or FAH270H1 or FAH272H1).
  5. For the complete list of VCC courses that satisfy Art & Art History program requirements, please see the departmental website (www.utm.utoronto.ca/dvs).
  6. As studio space is limited in the 100-level and 200-level FAS courses, priority will be given during the first registration period to students enrolled in the Art & Art History Major or Specialist, Art History Major or Specialist, CCIT Major, VCC Specialist, and to newly admitted students who indicated the Art & Art History code on their application. Students committed to the program should make sure that they are officially registered in the program as soon as possible.
  7. All 300 and 400 level FAS courses are to be enrolled in on ACORN. Students are required to have completed 1.5 credits in FAH or VCC before beginning their 300/400 level FAS courses.
  8. It is recommended that students take at least one of the following ‘practicum’ courses: FAH451H5 or FAS453H5 or FAS454H5 or FAS455H5.
  9. No more than 13.0 credits of FAH and FAS may be completed.
  10. Students enrolling in any FAS course will be required to pay a fee of $60-$120 per half-credit course ($120-$240 per full-credit course) in ancillary fees to cover consumable materials used in studio as well as take-away materials. These charges will be automatically added to UofT student account upon enrolment in the course on ACORN. For details on ancillary fees, please see the Student Accounts website (www.fees.utoronto.ca).

ERMAJ0714 | Program Area: Art

Art and Art History - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including ISP100H5.

Completion Requirements:

12.5 credits are required, comprised of 0.5 credit of ISP100H5 and 7.0 credits in FAS and 5.0 credits in FAH or VCC or VST offered at UTM (see detailed notes below). The following program structure is highly recommended:

First Year:
1. FAH101H5 and ISP100H5
2. 1.0 additional credit in FAH at the 200 level
3. 2.0 credits from FAS143H5 or FAS145H5 or FAS147H5 or FAS232H5 or FAS236H5 or FAS248H5 (All of these courses are open to first-year students.)

Second Year:
1. VCC101H5
2. 1.0 credit of FAH at the 200 level
3. Remaining uncompleted credit(s) from the FAS course list identified in ‘First Year’ (above).

Third Year:
1. 1.0 credit of FAH or VCC at the 300/400 level
2. 2.0 credits of FAS at the 300/400 level

Fourth Year:
1. 1.0 credit of FAH or VCC or VST at the 300/400 level
2. 2.0 credits of FAS at the 300/400 level

NOTES:
1. Completion of the Art & Art History Specialist Program must include: FAH101H5 and VCC101H5 and ISP100H5 and FAS143H5 and FAS145H5 and FAS147H5 and FAS232H5 and FAS236H5 and FAS248H5. Of the total 12.0-12.5 credits in the program, 4.0 credits of FAH or VCC or VST or FAS must be at the 300/400 level with 1.0 credit in FAH or VCC at the 400 level and 1.0 credit of FAS at the 400 level.

2. Students must take at least 2.0 credits, but no more than 2.5 credits, of FAH at the 200 level. Of these 2.0-2.5 credits, at least 1.5 credits must be completed at UTM (see Note 3 below for the required area distribution and Note 4 below for the St. George exceptions allowed). VCC 200 level courses do not satisfy FAH 200 level requirements.

3. At least 0.5 credit of FAH at the 200-level must be completed in each of the following three areas: Ancient & Medieval; 15th-18th Centuries; and 19th-21st Centuries. See the departmental website (www.utm.utoronto.ca/dvs) for the distribution of courses by area.

4. 0.5 credit of FAH at the 200 level may be taken at St. George in an area not covered by current UTM offerings (i.e. one of the following courses – FAH248H1 or FAH260H1 or FAH262H1 or FAH270H1 or FAH272H1).

5. For the complete list of VCC courses that satisfy Art & Art History program requirements, please see the departmental website (www.utm.utoronto.ca/dvs).

6. As studio space is limited in the 100-level and 200-level FAS courses, priority will be given during the first registration period to students enrolled in the Art & Art History Major or Specialist, Art History Major or Specialist, CCIT Major, VCC Specialist, and to newly admitted students who indicated the Art & Art History code on their application. Students committed to the program should make sure that they are officially registered in the program as soon as possible.

7. All 300 and 400 level FAS courses are to be enrolled in on ACORN. Students are required to have completed 1.5 credits in FAH or VCC before beginning their 300/400 level FAS courses.

8. It is recommended that students take at least one of the following ‘practicum’ courses: FAH451H5 or FAS453H5 or FAS454H5 or FAS455H5.

9. No more than 17.0 credits of FAH and FAS may be completed.

10. Students enrolling in any FAS course will be required to pay a fee of $101-$187 per half-credit course ($202-$374 per full-credit course) in ancillary fees to cover consumable materials used in studio as well as take-away materials. These charges will be automatically added to UofT student account upon enrolment in the course on ACORN. For details on ancillary fees, please see the Student Accounts website (www.fees.utoronto.ca).


ERSPE0714 | Program Area: Art

Art History - Major (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including ISP100H5.

Completion Requirements:

7.5 credits are required distributed across 4 areas (see notes below).

The following program structure is highly recommended:

First Year:
1. FAH101H5 and VCC101H5
2. ISP100H5
3. 0.5-1.0 credit in FAH at the 200 level

Second Year: 2.0-2.5 credits in FAH at the 200 level

Third Year: 2.0 credits in FAH or VCC at the 300/ 400 level.

Fourth Year: 1.0 credits in FAH or VCC or VST at the 400 level.

NOTES:
1. Completion of the Art History Major Program must include: FAH101H5 and VCC101H5 and ISP100H5 plus 2.0 credits of FAH at the 200 level and 3.0 credits of FAH or VCC or VST at the 300/400 level, of which 0.5 credit must be at the 400 level.
2. A minimum of 1.0 credit from each of the following four areas are required: Ancient & Medieval; 15th-18th Centuries; 19th-21st Centuries; and Visual Culture & Theory. It is highly recommended that students take at least one 300/400 level course in at least three of the four areas. Some courses may satisfy more than one of the distribution requirements. See the departmental website (www.utm.utoronto.ca/dvs) for the distribution of courses by area.
3. For the complete list of VCC courses that satisfy Art History program requirements, please see the departmental website (www.utm.utoronto.ca/dvs).
4. No St. George courses may be substituted for the required 100 or 200 level courses (see Note 5 below for exceptions).
5. VCC 200 level courses do not satisfy FAH 200 level requirements. 0.5 credit of FAH at the 200 level may be taken at St. George in an area not covered by current UTM offerings (i.e. one of the following courses – FAH248H1 or FAH260H1 or FAH262H1 or FAH270H1 or FAH272H1).
6. Courses in other programs which have a significant Art History or Visual Culture content, such as offerings in CCIT, Cinema Studies, Philosophy, Drama, English History, East Asian Studies, and Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations, may be substituted for up to 1.0 credit of FAH or VCC credit. Permission of the Art History Program Director prior to enrolment is required. For possible courses options with appropriate course content, please consult the DVS Undergraduate Counsellor.
7. No more than a total of 10.0 credits of FAH may be completed.
8. Recommended Language Study: Students wishing to pursue graduate studies in Art History must acquire a basic reading knowledge of at least two languages. A minimum of 2.0 credits in one language, or 1.0 credit each in two languages (for a total of 2.0 credits) is recommended. German, French, and Italian are recommended.


ERMAJ0615 | Program Area: Art

Art History - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits in FAH are required, including:

  1. FAH101H5
  2. 2.0 FAH credits at the 200 level, of which at least 0.5 credit must be in Ancient & Medieval, 0.5 credit must be in 15th-18th centuries, and 0.5 credit must be in 19th-21st centuries
  3. 1.5 credits in FAH/ VCC/ VST at the 300/400 level.

The following program structure is highly recommended:

First Year: 1.0 credits: FAH101H5 and 0.5 credit in FAH at the 200 level

Higher Years: 1.5 credits in FAH at the 200 level 1.5 credits in FAH/VCC/VST at the 300/400 level

NOTES:
1. Students without pre- and co-requisites or written permission of the instructor can be de-registered from courses at any time.
2. See the departmental website at www.utm.utoronto.ca/dvs for the distribution of courses by area.
3. No St. George courses may be substituted for the required 100-level and 200-level courses. However, 0.5 credit at the 200-level in FAH may be taken at St. George in an area not covered by U of T Mississauga's offerings (i.e. one of the following courses: FAH248H1, FAH260H1, FAH262H1, FAH270H1, FAH272H1).



ERMIN0615 | Program Area: Art

Art History - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including ISP100H5

Completion Requirements:

10.5 credits are required distributed across 4 areas (see notes below).

The following program structure is highly recommended:

First Year:
1. FAH101H5 and VCC101H5
2. ISP100H5
3. 1.0 credit in FAH at the 200 level

Second Year:
1. 2.0 credits in FAH at the 200 level
2. 0.5 credit in FAH or VCC at the 300 level

Third Year: 3.0 credits in FAH at the 300/ 400 level, of which at least 1.5 must be at the 300 level.

Fourth Year: 2.5 credits in FAH or VCC or VST at the 300/400 level, of which 1.0 must be at the 400 level in FAH or VCC.

NOTES:
1. Completion of the Art History Specialist Program must include: FAH101H5 and VCC101H5 and ISP100H5 and 3.0 credits of FAH at the 200 level and 4.0 credits of FAH or VCC or VST at the 300/400 level, of which 1.0 must be at the 400 level in FAH or VCC.
2. 2.0 credits from each of the following four areas are required: Ancient & Medieval; 15th-18th Centuries; 19th-21st Centuries; and Visual Culture & Theory. Some courses may satisfy more than one of the distribution requirements. See the departmental website (www.utm.utoronto.ca/dvs) for the distribution of courses by area.
3. For the complete list of VCC courses that satisfy Art History program requirements, please see the departmental website (www.utm.utoronto.ca/dvs).
4. No St. George courses may be substituted for the required 100 or 200 level courses (see Note 5 below for exceptions).
5. No more than 4.0 credits in FAH may be taken at the 200 level. VCC 200 level courses do not satisfy FAH 200 level requirements. 0.5 credit of FAH at the 200 level may be taken at St. George in an area not covered by current UTM offerings (i.e. one of the following courses – FAH248H1 or FAH260H1 or FAH262H1 or FAH270H1 or FAH272H1).
6. Courses in other programs which have a significant Art History or Visual Culture content, such as offerings in CCIT, Cinema Studies, Philosophy, Drama, English History, East Asian Studies, and Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations, may be substituted for up to 1.0 credit of FAH or VCC credit. Consultation with the DVS Undergraduate Counsellor prior to enrolment is required. For possible courses options with appropriate course content, please consult the DVS Undergraduate Counsellor.
7. No more than a total of 16.0 credits of FAH may be completed.
8. Recommended Language Study: Students wishing to pursue graduate studies in Art History must acquire a basic reading knowledge of at least two languages. A minimum of 2.0 credits in one language, or 1.0 credit each in two languages (for a total of 2.0 credits) is recommended. German, French, and Italian are recommended.


ERSPE0615 | Program Area: Art

Astronomical Sciences - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program limited.

4.0 credits are required, including the following:

  1. MAT102H5
  2. ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or ( MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  3. ( PHY146H5 and PHY147H5) strongly recommended or ( PHY136H5 and PHY137H5)
  4. ISP100H5

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

  1. AST110H5
  2. MAT102H5
  3. ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or ( MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  4. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5
  5. ( PHY136H5 and PHY137H5) or ( PHY146H5 and PHY147H5)
  6. ISP100H5

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Completion Requirements:

14.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. MAT102H5
  2. ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or ( MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  3. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5
  4. ( PHY146H5 and PHY147H5) strongly recommended or ( PHY136H5 and PHY137H5)
  5. ISP100H5

Second Year:

  1. AST221H5 and AST222H5
  2. MAT232H5 or MAT233H5
  3. MAT236H5 and MAT244H5
  4. PHY241H5 and PHY245H5
  5. PHY242H5 or JCP221H5

Third Year:

  1. AST320H5
  2. AST325H5
  3. JCP265H5 or CSC108H5
  4. JCP321H5 and JCP322H5
  5. MAT311H5
  6. PHY343H5
  7. 0.5 credit from PHY347H5 or PHY351H5 or PHY451H5 or JCP421H5 or MAT334H5 or MAT224H5 or MAT332H5 or MAT307H5 or STA220H5 or STA256H5 or JPE395H1 or PHY392H1 or PHY483H1 or other upper year course by approval of the faculty advisor

Fourth Year:

  1. AST399Y5 or CPS489Y5 or AST425Y1
  2. 1.5 credits from PHY347H5 or PHY351H5 or PHY451H5 or JCP421H5 or MAT334H5 or MAT224H5 or MAT332H5 or MAT307H5 or STA220H5 or STA256H5 or JPE395H1 or PHY392H1 or PHY483H1 or other upper year course by approval of the faculty advisor
Note:

1. Students who have completed PHY136H5 and PHY137H5 should speak with the Department of Chemical & Physical Sciences Academic Counsellor.


ERSPE1025 | Program Area: Astronomy, Co-op Internship Program

Astronomy - Major (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program limited.

4.0 credits are required, including the following:

  1. MAT102H5
  2. ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or ( MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  3. ( PHY146H5 and PHY147H5) strongly recommended or ( PHY136H5 and PHY137H5)
  4. ISP100H5
Completion Requirements:

9.5 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. MAT102H5
  2. ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or ( MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  3. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5
  4. ( PHY146H5 and PHY147H5) strongly recommended or ( PHY136H5 and PHY137H5)
  5. ISP100H5

Second Year:

  1. AST221H5 and AST222H5
  2. MAT244H5 and MAT236H5
  3. MAT232H5 or MAT233H5
  4. PHY241H5 and PHY245H5
  5. PHY242H5 or JCP221H5

Higher Years:

  1. AST320H5
  2. AST325H5
  3. JCP321H5
  4. JCP322H5 or JCP421H5 or MAT224H5 or MAT307H5 or MAT332H5 or MAT334H5 or PHY347H5 or PHY351H5 or PHY451H5 or STA220H5 or STA256H5 or JPE395H1 or PHY392H1 or PHY483H1

ERMAJ2204 | Program Area: Astronomy

Bioinformatics - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Admissions to the Bioinformatics Specialist Program (ERSPE1868) are administratively suspended as of 2023-2024. Summer 2023 is the final opportunity for students to request enrolment in this subject post. Students enrolled in the program will be allowed to continue.

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited. Students who wish to enrol at the end of the first year (4.0 credits) must have passed all the courses listed for the first year, attained at least 60% in all 100-level computer science and mathematics courses, and have a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.0.

NOTES:

  1. Only CSC148H5 and MAT102H5, taken at the UTM campus, will be accepted.
  2. Transfer students who have completed any postsecondary studies outside of UTM (including studies at other divisions at the University of Toronto) are not eligible to pursue a Specialist and/ or Major in Computer Science at U of T Mississauga.

The Bioinformatics Specialist is a deregulated fees program and as such, tuition fees for students enrolled in this program are higher than for other regulated fee programs. Fees are charged on a program and not a per-course basis. See www.fees.utoronto.ca for more information on the fee structures.

Completion Requirements:

14.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. BIO152H5 and BIO153H5
  2. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
  3. CSC108H5 and CSC148H5
  4. MAT102H5
  5. [( MAT132H5 or MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT134Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5

Second Year:

  1. BIO206H5 and BIO207H5
  2. CHM242H5
  3. CSC207H5 and CSC236H5 and CSC263H5
  4. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5

Third Year:

  1. MAT232H5 and MAT244H5
  2. STA246H5 or STA256H5 or ECO227Y5

Fourth Year:

  1. BIO314H5 and BIO372H5 and BIO477H5
  2. CSC413H5 or CSC321H5 or CSC411H5 or CSC311H5
  3. CSC343H5 and CSC373H5
  4. MAT332H5
  5. At least 1.0 credit from the following list of recommended courses, of which at least 0.5 credit must be at the 400-level: BIO315H5 or BIO341H5 or BIO370Y5 or BIO371H5 or BIO380H5 or BIO443H5 or BIO481Y5 or CBJ481Y5 or CHM361H5 or CSC310H5 or CSC338H5 or CSC363H5 or JCP410H5 or STA302H5 or STA348H5

NOTES:

  1. If BIO477H5 is not offered in the fourth year of a student's studies, he or she must take an additional 0.5 credit from the recommended 400-level courses.
  2. Students intending to take CHM361H5 as one of their fourth year recommended courses must take CHM243H5 as a prerequisite course..

ERSPE1868 | Program Area: Computer Science

Biological Chemistry - Specialist (Science)

Description:

This program is accredited by the Canadian Society for Chemistry.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited.

4.0 credits are required, including the following:

  1. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5 (minimum grade of 65% in CHM120H5)
  2. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5, minimum grade of 65% in MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5, minimum grade of 65% in MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or ( MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or MAT137Y5 (minimum grade of 65%) or MAT157Y5 (minimum grade of 65%)
  3. ISP100H5
  4. A minimum CGPA of 2.5

NOTE: Completion of BIO152H5 prior to enrolment is recommended.

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

  1. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5 (minimum grade of 65% in CHM120H5)
  2. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5, minimum grade of 65% in MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5, minimum grade of 65% in MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or ( MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or MAT134Y5 (minimum grade of 65%) or MAT135Y5 (minimum grade of 65%) or MAT137Y5 (minimum grade of 65%) or MAT157Y5 (minimum grade of 65%)
  3. ISP100H5

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Completion Requirements:

14.5 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. BIO152H5
  2. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
  3. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or ( MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  4. ( PHY136H5 and PHY137H5) or ( PHY146H5 and PHY147H5)
  5. ISP100H5

Second Year:

  1. CHM211H5 and CHM231H5 and CHM242H5 and CHM243H5
  2. JCP221H5
  3. BIO206H5 and BIO207H5
  4. 0.5 credit of MAT or CSC or STA (at any level)

Third Year:

  1. CHM333H5 and ( CHM341H5 or CHM345H5) and CHM347H5 and CHM361H5 and CHM362H5 and CHM372H5 and CHM373H5
  2. BIO372H5

Fourth Year:

  1. CHM399Y5 or CHM489Y5 or CPS489Y5 or CPS400Y5 or JCB487Y5 or ( BCH472Y1 or BCH473Y1, with permission of the CHM Program Advisor)
  2. 1.5 credits from the following courses: BIO324H5 or CHM412H5 or CHM444H5 or CHM462H5 or CHM485H5 or JCP410H5 or JCP422H5 or JCP463H5 or JBC472H5 or CHM447H1 or CHM479H1 or any 400 level BCH lecture course.
Note:
  1. Enrolment in certain BCH courses at the St. George campus is limited.
  2. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or ( MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 is required for all 200-level CHM courses. For MAT157Y5, permission is required from the CHM Program Advisor.
  3. Students cannot count more than 1.0 credits total in ROP, Internship or Research Project/ Thesis courses at the 300/400 level for credit toward their Chemistry program.
  4. BIO206H5 has a prerequisite of BIO152H5
  5. BIO207H5 has a prerequisite of BIO152H5 and BIO153H5.
  6. PHY146H5 and PHY147H5 are recommended preparation for all Joint Chemistry-Physics (JCP) courses.

ERSPE1995 | Program Area: Chemistry, Co-op Internship Program

Biology - Major (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits (including BIO152H5 and BIO153H5) and who have achieved a CGPA of at least 2.0. All students (including transfer students) must complete 4.0 UTM credits before requesting this program.

Note: CGPA for enrolment in this program is calculated based on a minimum of 4.0 credits completed at UTM with final percentage grades (i.e. CR/ NCR courses are not applicable).

Completion Requirements:

8.0 credits are required including at least 2.0 credits at the 300/400 level.

  1. BIO152H5, BIO153H5; CHM110H5, CHM120H5; ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5*) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or MAT137Y5

    *Note: ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) for Life Sciences is highly recommended.

  2. BIO202H5, BIO203H5, BIO205H5, BIO206H5, BIO207H5, BIO259H5
  3. 2.0 credits in UTM Biology courses at the 300 or 400 level.
Note:
  • Completion of this program with the Biology for Health Sciences - Major or Biology - Minor programs will not satisfy the 12.0 distinct credit requirement for degree completion. Students should be aware of the distinct credit requirement for their degree (see section 8.6 - HBSc Degree Requirements for full details). Please choose programs accordingly.
  • PSL201Y1, offered on the St. George campus, will not meet the Physiology requirements for the Biology - Major program and cannot be used for this program.
  • Students may take no more than 2.0 credits combined in ROP, Internship Program, or Individual Project / Thesis courses at the 300/400-level for credit toward their Biology program.
  • Students must consult with the Undergraduate Advisor before enrolling in any St. George course that they wish to use for credit toward any Biology program.

ERMAJ2364 | Program Area: Biology

Biology - Minor (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits (including BIO152H5 and BIO153H5) and who have achieved a CGPA of at least 2.0. All students (including transfer students) must complete 4.0 UTM credits before requesting this program.

Note: CGPA for enrolment in this program is calculated based on a minimum of 4.0 credits completed at UTM with final percentage grades (i.e. CR/ NCR courses are not applicable).

Completion Requirements:
  1. BIO152H5, BIO153H5
  2. 1.0 credit from: BIO202H5, BIO203H5, BIO205H5, BIO206H5, BIO207H5, BIO208H5, BIO209H5
  3. 2.0 additional Biology credits, at least 1.0 credit at the 300/400 level.
Note:
  • Completion of this program with the Biology for Health Sciences - Major or Biology - Major programs will not satisfy the 12.0 distinct credit requirement for degree completion. Students should be aware of the distinct credit requirement for their degree (see section 8.6 - HBSc Degree Requirements for full details). Please choose programs accordingly.
  • Four of the seven courses in requirement 2 (above) require CHM110H5, CHM120H5 as a prerequisite.

ERMIN2364 | Program Area: Biology

Biology - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including 60% or better in both BIO152H5 and BIO153H5, and who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5.

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including 60% or better in both BIO152H5 and BIO153H5, and who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Students who have not attained the standard required to enter the Specialist Program may enrol in the Major or Minor Programs. If their GPA rises to 2.5, and they have completed CHM110H5, CHM120H5, BIO152H5, BIO153H5, BIO202H5, BIO203H5, BIO205H5, BIO206H5, and BIO207H5, they will then be eligible to switch to the Specialist Program. All students (including transfer students) must complete 4.0 UTM credits before requesting this program.

Note: CGPA for enrolment in this program is calculated based on a minimum of 4.0 credits completed at UTM with final percentage grades (i.e. CR/ NCR courses are not applicable).

Completion Requirements:

13.5 credits are required, including at least 6.0 credits at the 300/400 level, of which 1.0 credit must be at the 400 level.

First Year:

  1. BIO152H5 and BIO153H5
  2. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
  3. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or MAT137Y5
  4. 1.0 credit from: CLA201H5 or ENV100Y5 or ( ERS101H5 or ERS120H5) or PHY136H5 or PHY137H5 or PSY100Y5 or WRI173H5 or WRI307H5

Note: ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) - Calculus for Life Sciences is highly recommended.

Second Year:

  1. BIO202H5 and BIO203H5 and BIO205H5 and BIO206H5 and BIO207H5 and BIO259H5

Third and Fourth Years:

  1. BIO313H5 or BIO314H5 or BIO409H5
  2. BIO360H5
  3. 5.5 additional UTM BIO credits. At least 5.0 of these credits must be at the 300 level or above, of which at least 1.0 must be at the 400 level

It is recommended that students in the specialist program include at least 0.5 credit from each of four of the following groups:

Up to 1.0 credit may be taken from the following biology-related courses: GGR227H5 or GGR305H5 or GGR307H5 or GGR309H5 or GGR311H5 or GGR312H5 or CHM347H5 or CHM361H5 or CHM362H5 or CHM372H5 or CHM373H5 or PHY332H5 or PHY333H5 or PSY290H5 or PSY355H5 or PSY357H5 or PSY392H5 or PSY395H5 or PSY397H5 or ANT334H5 or ANT336H5 or ANT340H5.

Additional courses: BIO361H5 or BIO400Y5 or BIO481Y5 or JCB487Y5

Note:
  1. Students wishing to emphasize cell biology, molecular biology, microbiology, physiology or genetics, should take CHM242H5 and CHM243H5 in second year. Such students should take ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or MAT137Y5, a prerequisite, in their first year.
  2. No substitute statistics course will be allowed for BIO360H5.
  3. Students may take no more than 2.0 credits combined in ROP, Internship Program, or Individual Project / Thesis courses at the 300/400-level for credit toward their Biology program.
  4. Students must consult with the Undergraduate Advisor before enrolling in any St. George course that they wish to use for credit toward any Biology program.

ERSPE2364 | Program Area: Biology, Co-op Internship Program

Biology for Health Sciences - Major (Science)

Description:

This program focuses on areas of biological science that relate to the health of humans and will provide a strong foundation for students interested in pursuing a career in the health sciences.

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits (including BIO152H5 and BIO153H5) and who have achieved a CGPA of at least 2.5. All students (including transfer students) must complete 4.0 UTM credits before requesting this program.

Note: CGPA for enrolment in this program is calculated based on a minimum of 4.0 credits completed at UTM with final percentage grades (i.e. CR/ NCR courses are not applicable).

Completion Requirements:

8.5 credits are required including at least 2.0 at the 300/400 level.

  1. BIO152H5, BIO153H5; CHM110H5, CHM120H5; ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5*) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or MAT137Y5

    *Note:
    ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) - for Life Sciences is highly recommended.

  2. BIO202H5, BIO206H5, BIO207H5, BIO208H5, BIO209H5, BIO259H5, BIO304H5, BIO310H5, BIO380H5
  3. 1.0 credit from any of the courses listed below:

    Cell, Molecular, and Biotechnology Stream: BIO200H5, BIO314H5, BIO315H5, BIO324H5, BIO360H5, BIO368H5, BIO370Y5/​ BIO371H5, BIO372H5, BIO374H5, BIO375H5, BIO404H5, BIO417H5, BIO419H5, BIO422H5, BIO475H5, BIO476H5, BIO477H5; JBC472H5

    Neuroscience Stream: BIO320H5, BIO360H5, BIO403H5, BIO408H5, BIO409H5, BIO411H5, BIO429H5

    Genes and Behaviour Stream: BIO315H5, BIO318Y5/​ BIO328H5, BIO329H5, BIO341H5, BIO342H5, BIO347H5, BIO360H5, BIO361H5, BIO405H5, BIO407H5, BIO414H5, BIO422H5, BIO427H5, BIO443H5
Note:

Completion of this program with the Biology - Major or Biology - Minor programs will not satisfy the 12.0 distinct credit requirement for degree completion. Students should be aware of the distinct credit requirement for their degree (see section 8.6 - HBSc Degree Requirements for full details). Please choose programs accordingly.


ERMAJ1149 | Program Area: Biology

Biomedical Communications - Minor (Science)

Description:

Biomedical Communications (Science) is offered through the Biology Department.

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in this program requires the student meet one of the following two conditions: 1) concurrent enrolment in a science major and any minor; or 2) enrolment in a science specialist program. A minimum CGPA of 2.20 is required. All students (including transfer students) must complete BIO152H5, BIO153H5, HSC200H5 plus 2.5 additional UTM credits before requesting this program.

Note: CGPA for enrolment in this program is calculated based on a minimum of 4.0 credits completed at UTM with final percentage grades (i.e. CR/ NCR courses are not applicable).

Completion Requirements:
  1. BIO152H5 and BIO153H5 and HSC200H5
  2. 2.5 credits from the following of which at least 1.0 credit must be at the 400 level: HSC300H5 or HSC301H5 or HSC302H5 or HSC307H5 or HSC308H5 or HSC401H5 or HSC402H5 or HSC404H5 or HSC405H5 or HSC406H5

ERMIN0840 | Program Area: Biomedical Communications

Biophysics - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in this program is based on completion of 4.0 credits, including:

  1. PHY146H5 (with a minimum grade of 65%)
  2. PHY147H5 (with a minimum grade of 65%)
  3. [( MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  4. A minimum CGPA of 2.5

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

  1. PHY146H5 (with a minimum grade of 65%) or PHY136H5 (with a minimum grade of 80%);
  2. PHY147H5 (with a minimum grade of 65%) or PHY137H5 (with a minimum grade of 80%); and
  3. [( MAT132H5 or MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Completion Requirements:

14.5 credits are required.

First Year:
1. PHY146H5 and PHY147H5
2. BIO152H5
3. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
4. [( MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
5. MAT223H5
6. ISP100H5

Second Year:
1. PHY241H5 and PHY245H5
2. JCP221H5 and JCP265H5
3. MAT232H5 and MAT236H5 and MAT244H5
4. BIO206H5

Third Year:
1. PHY325H5 and PHY332H5 and PHY333H5 and PHY347H5
2. JCP321H5 and JCP322H5
3. BIO314H5 or PHY324H5

Fourth Year:
1. ( PHY426H5 or JCP463H5) and JCP421H5
2. 1.0 credit from PHY473H5 or JCP410H5 or JCP422H5 or CPS400Y5 or CPS489Y5 or MAT322H5 or JCB487Y5 or PHY399Y5

NOTES:

  1. At least 65% mark in PHY147H5
  2. Recommended 1st year MAT courses: ( MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)
  3. Students who have completed PHY136H5 and PHY137H5 should speak with the Department of Chemical & Physical Sciences Academic Counsellor.

ERSPE1944 | Program Area: Physics, Co-op Internship Program

Biotechnology - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in this program is limited. Students who wish to enrol at the end of first year (4.0 credits) must obtain a grade of at least 63% in both CHM110H5 and CHM120H5, and a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.50 to qualify. Students who do not meet these criteria after first year can apply to enter the Specialist at the end of second year (8.0 credits) with the following new requirements: a grade of at least 70% in CHM242H5 and a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.50. All students (including transfer students) must complete 4.0 UTM credits before requesting this program.

Note: CGPA for enrolment in this program is calculated based on a minimum of 4.0 credits completed at UTM with final percentage grades (i.e. CR/ NCR courses are not applicable).

Completion Requirements:

15.0 credits are required, including at least 7.0 credits at the 300/400 level, of which 1.5 must be at the 400 level.

First Year: BIO152H5, BIO153H5; CHM110H5, CHM120H5; ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5*) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or MAT137Y5; MGM101H5, MGM102H5

*Note: ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) Calculus for Life Sciences is highly recommended.

Second Year: BIO200H5, BIO202H5/​ BIO203H5, BIO206H5, BIO207H5, BIO259H5, CHM211H5, CHM242H5, CHM243H5

Third and Fourth Years:

  1. BIO314H5, BIO315H5, BIO360H5, BIO370Y5, BIO372H5, BIO374H5, CHM311H5, CHM361H5, JBC472H5
  2. 1.0 credit from: BIO304H5, BIO310H5, BIO312H5, BIO324H5, BIO341H5, BIO342H5, BIO347H5, BIO362H5, BIO368H5, BIO375H5, BIO380H5, BIO409H5, BIO429H5, CHM333H5 (note: CHM231H5 is a prerequisite for this course), CHM341H5, CHM345H5, CHM347H5, CHM362H5, CHM372H5, CHM373H5
  3. 1.0 credit from UTM CHM/BIO courses at the 400 level.

Note: No substitute statistics course will be allowed for BIO360H5.

It is recommended that students in this program consider taking a research project or internship course in either Biology ( BIO400Y5/​ BIO481Y5) or Chemistry ( CPS489Y5) or JCB487Y5. Other 4th-year courses directly relevant to this program are BIO443H5, BIO476H5, BIO477H5, CHM414H5 and CHM462H5.

Students may take no more than 2.0 credits combined in ROP, Internship Program, or Individual Project / Thesis courses at the 300/400-level for credit toward their Biology program.

Students must consult with the Undergraduate Advisor before enrolling in any St. George course that they wish to use for credit toward any Biology program.


ERSPE1118 | Program Area: Biology

Business, Science and Entrepreneurship - Minor (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited to students who meet the following criteria:

  1. Enrolled in a UTM Science Specialist or Major Subject Post.
  2. Completion of 4.0 credits.
  3. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA): Determined annually by the Institute for Management & Innovation (IMI) to ensure a balance between enrolment and teaching resources. NOTE: Completion of ECO101H5 or ECO100Y5 in the first year of study before enrolment in the program is strongly recommended.
Completion Requirements:

ECO101H5 or ECO100Y5, IMI201H5, IMI202H5, IMI203H5, IMI301H5, IMI302H5, IMI303H5, IMI400H5.

Note: Students are required to remain enrolled in a Science Specialist or Major program in order to complete this Minor in Business, Science, and Entrepreneurship program.


ERMIN2017 | Program Area: Business, Science and Entrepreneurship

Canadian Studies - Major (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

7.0 credits are required, fulfilling the following requirements:

  1. HIS262H5
  2. ( POL215H5 and POL216H5) or POL214Y5
  3. 1.0 ENG credits from ENG215H5 or ENG252Y5 or ENG255H5 or ENG274H5 or ENG352H5 or ENG353Y5 or ENG354Y5 or ENG357H5 or ENG361H5 or ENG362H5 or ENG392H5 or ENG393H5;
  4. GGR202H5; and
  5. 4.0 additional credits (at least 2.0 of which must be at the 300/400 level) from the following course list that have not already been applied towards the requirements for the Major Program in Canadian Studies. ANT241H5 or CIN205H5 or DRE200H5 or DRE305H5 or DRE405H5 or ECO323Y5 or ENG271H5 or ENG309H5 or ENG357H5 or ENG358H5 or ENG424H5 or ENG425H5 or FAH275H5 or FAH292H5 or FRE312H5 or FRE316H5 or FRE342H5 or FRE417H5 or JFL454H5 or GGR348H5 or GGR384H5 or GGR415H5 or HIS261H5 or HIS315H5 or HIS318H5 or HIS319H5 or HIS342H5 or HIS358H5 or HIS367H5 or HIS369H5 or HIS402H5 or HIS462H5 or ITA255H5 or ITA256H5 or JPE251H5 or JPE252H5 or LIN454H5 or MGT423H5 or MGT429H5 or POL111H5 or POL316Y5 or POL336Y5 or POL353Y5 or POL490H5 or POL494Y5 or SOC210H5 or SOC301H5 or SOC302H5 or SOC332H5 or SOC339H5 or SOC415H5 or WGS210H5 or WGS215H5 or WGS335H5 or WGS343H5 or WGS347H5.

ERMAJ0728 | Program Area: Canadian Studies

Canadian Studies - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required, fulfilling the following requirements:

  1. 2.0 credits in at least two different subject areas from the following list: DRE305H5 or ENG215H5 or ENG252Y5 or ENG255H5 or ENG274H5 or ENG309H5 or ENG352H5 or ENG353Y5 or ENG354Y5 or ENG357H5 or ENG361H5 or ENG362H5 or ENG392H5 or ENG393H5 or FAH275H5 or FRE342H5 or GGR202H5 or HIS261H5 or HIS262H5 or HIS342H5 or HIS358H5 or POL214Y5 or POL215H5 or POL216H5 or SOC210H5 or SOC339H5.
  2. 2.0 additional credits (at least 1.0 of which must be at the 300/400 level) from courses listed above that have not already been applied towards the requirements for the Minor Program in Canadian Studies or approved by the program advisor.

ERMIN0728 | Program Area: Canadian Studies

CCIT - Major (Arts)

Description:

Communication, Culture Information & Technology (CCIT) is an undergraduate interdisciplinary major program, the curriculum for which provides students with a foundation in the analysis, evaluation and interpretation of communication and digital media using appropriate methodologies. CCIT provides students the opportunity to design a range of communication media and digital artifacts suitable for collaboration, communication, learning, and exploration.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Admission is based on academic performance (CGPA) in a minimum of 4.0 credits that must include a minimum grade of 65% in each of CCT109H5 and CCT110H5. Each year the ICCIT program sets a minimum required CGPA. This will vary from year to year and is based, in part, on supply and demand. All students (including transfer students) must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program.

Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry. Tuition fees for students enrolling in the CCIT Major program will be higher than for other Arts and Science programs.

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

  1. CCT109H5 (minimum grade of 65%)
  2. CCT110H5 (minimum grade of 65%)

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 3.20 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Completion Requirements:

8.0 credits are required including at least 4.0 at the 300/400 level. Program must be taken in combination with another major or two minors.

First Year: (1.0 credit required)

CCT109H5 and CCT110H5

Second Year: (3.0 credits required)

  1. CCT208H5 and CCT218H5 and CCT250H5
  2. 1.0 credit from CCT200H5 or CCT206H5 or CCT210H5 or CCT222H5 or CCT260H5
  3. 0.5 credit from any 200-level CCT course

Higher Years: (4.0 credits required)

Minimum of 4.0 credits from any 300/400 level CCT/VCC courses, of which 1.0 credit must be at the 400 level.

NOTES:

  1. All 200-level and higher CCT courses are restricted to students in CCIT programs.
  2. Students may take a maximum of 2.0 credits of VCC courses.
  3. Students accepted into the CCT major prior to 2022 are still eligible to complete the Sheridan Certificate until 2024.

ERMAJ1034 | Program Area: Communication, Culture, Information and Technology, Co-op Internship Program

Certificate in Advanced Economics

Description:

The Certificate in Advanced Economics is open to students who seek a more formal and deeper analysis of economic models and their application. The requirements include core advanced courses in the three main fields of economics: microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics that will help prepare students for graduate and professional studies as well as provide valuable applicable skills for future careers.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in the Certificate in Advanced Economics is limited to students who are:

  1. In good academic standing with a min. CGPA of 1.50; and
  2. Concurrently enrolled in a program or set of programs that fulfill the requirements of an HBA, HBSc, or BCom degree (see Section 7 Degree Requirements of the Academic Calendar).
Completion Requirements:

2.0 credits with average grade of 65% or higher are required.

Required courses:


ERCER1478 | Program Area: Economics

Certificate in Computational Linguistics

Description:

** This certificate program launches September 2024. **

The Certificate in Computational Linguistics is open to students who seek a deeper understanding of the diverse ways in which Linguistics and the Computing Sciences interact. The requirements include two core advanced courses in which students will learn about theoretical and practical aspects of the intersection between Linguistics and the Computing Sciences, and a 0.5 FCE elective from a set of topically fitting LIN and CSC courses.

While enrolment in the Certificate in Computational Linguistics is open to all students completing any programs at UTM program, interested students should note that there are significant pre-requisites which must be met before enrolment in the required foundational courses. It is expected that this Certificate will be of most interest to students in Computer Science and Linguistics programs.

Completion Requirements:

1.5 credits are required.

  1. Foundation: LIN340H5 and LIN341H5
  2. 0.5 credit to be chosen from the following list: JLP384H5 or LIN318H5 or LIN441H5 or CSC311H5 or CSC384H5 or CSC363H5 or CSC428H5

ERCER2021 | Program Area: Linguistics

Certificate in Curatorial Studies

Description:

This certificate, taken in conjunction with a Major or Specialist degree in Art History or Art and Art History, will help prepare students for graduate work in Curatorial Studies or Museum Studies as well as work in the Arts and Culture sector.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment - Students must be in good standing in the Major or Specialist program in either Art History or Art and Art History, and have a minimum CGPA of 2.5.

Completion Requirements:

2.5 credits are required.

  • FAH289H5
  • FAH310H5
  • FAH451H5
  • VST410H5
  • FAH498H5 or FAH479 or another course in which the study of curating is foregrounded (this course must be approved for certificate credit in advance; see Undergraduate Counsellor)

1.5 credits of these courses may be counted toward both the Certificate and the Art History or Art and Art History Major or Specialist.


ERCER0714 | Program Area: Art

Certificate in Effective Business Practices & Leadership Skills

Description:

The Certificate in Effective Business Practices & Leadership Skills provides eligible students the opportunity to participate in a 4-month (non-credit) paid work placement while completing their program of study. Through the certificate, students will gain authentic learning experiences and apply what they are learning in the classroom to workplace environments. This certificate must be completed concurrently with any Department of Management program.

Although every effort is made to support students in securing a paid work placement, students must receive an offer of employment to complete the certificate. The Department of Management cannot guarantee that students will secure a paid work placement.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment: Enrolment in the Certificate in Effective Business Practices & Leadership Skills is limited due to the experiential learning component. Students wishing to enrol at the end of their second year of study (minimum 7.0 credits) must have a minimum CGPA of 2.5. Please note that the CGPA requirement varies from year to year, based on the applicant pool, but will not fall below 2.5. Additionally, students must meet the following enrolment criteria:


  1. Concurrent enrolment in one of the following programs:
    • Human Resource Management, Specialist (BBA);
    • Management, Specialist (BBA);
    • Management, Major (HBA);
    • Commerce, Specialist (BCom);
    • Commerce: Accounting, Specialist (BCom);
    • Commerce: Finance, Specialist (BCom);
    • Commerce: Marketing, Specialist (BCom); or
    • Commerce, Major (HBA)

2. Completion of the following courses prior to request for enrolment:
MGT231H5 - Business Finance I

3. Completion of at least 5 points prior to the admission deadline in the Professional Skills Development Program (must include Resume Critique or Mock Interview)

4. Submission of an application to the Department of Management.

5. Participation in an enrolment interview.

Completion Requirements:
  • Work-Integrated Learning Experience (minimum 10-week internship in the Summer term)

To earn the Certificate students must concurrently be enrolled in a Commerce or Management program.


ERCER2020 | Program Area: Commerce, Management

Certificate in Global Perspectives

Description:

The Certificate in Global Perspectives will provide students the opportunity to examine issues from different cultural, economic and socio-political perspectives, and provide an
interdisciplinary or disciplinary global lens through which to interpret and evaluate our interconnected world.

Enrolment in the Certificate in Global Perspectives is open to all students completing programs at UTM. To complete the Certificate, a student must complete 2.0 credits, with 1.0 credit taken from a single region (the Americas, Asia, Africa & the Middle East, Europe) defined in the Area Studies group of courses and 1.0 credit from the Global Perspectives group of courses. Students will complete the certificate within their degree credit requirements. Upon completion "Certificate in Global Perspectives (U of T Global Scholar)" will be recorded on the academic transcript as a component of the undergraduate degree. Students who complete the requirements of the Certificate in Global Perspectives are considered University of Toronto Global Scholars. Students will not receive a separate parchment at Convocation.

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in the Certificate in Global Perspectives is open to all students completing programs at UTM.

Completion Requirements:

2.0 credits are required.

  1. 1.0 credit to be chosen from the following Global Perspective group of courses:
    ANT102H5, ANT206H5, ANT207H5, ANT208H5, ANT209H5, ANT215H5, ANT217H5, ANT322H5, ANT335H5, ANT350H5, ANT351H5, ANT352H5, ANT354H5, ANT357H5, ANT360H5, ANT362H5, ANT365H5, ANT368H5, ANT369H5, ANT370H5, ANT462H5, ANT463H5, ANT464H5, CIN207H5, CIN208H5, CIN303H5, CIN305H5, CIN308H5, DRE121H5, DTS201H5, DTS202H5, ECO302H5, ECO303H5, ECO435H5, EDS220H5, EDS310H5, ENV205H5, ERS111H5, FAH215H5, FAH216H5, FAH274H5, FAH279H5, FAH281H5, FAH282H5, FAH287H5, FAH343H5, FAH356H5, FAH385H5, GGR207H5, GGR208H5, GGR214H5, GGR287H5, GGR288H5, GGR377H5, JAL355H5, JGE378H5, LIN233H5, LIN357H5, LIN486H5, POL114H5, POL218Y5, POL303Y5, POL327Y5, POL340Y5, SOC202H5, SOC206H5, SOC236H5, SOC253H5, SOC304H5, SOC322H5, SOC327H5, SOC335H5, SOC343H5, SOC349H5, SOC354H5, SOC375H5, SOC382H5, SOC403H5, SOC417H5, SOC425H5, SOC432H5, SOC454H5, SOC465H5, SOC485H5, VCC306H5.
  2. 1.0 credit to be chosen from only ONE of the following Area Studies groups:

    Africa & Middle East - ARA210H5, CIN208H5, ENG270Y5, FAH281H5, FRE391H5, FRE397H5, HIS201H5, HIS295H5, HIS323H5, HIS325H5, HIS203H5, HIS384H5, RLG204H5.

    Americas - ANT241H5, ANT317H5, EDS250H5, ENG274H5, ENG250Y5, FAH282H5, FRE241H5, FRE316H5, HIS263Y5, HIS367H5, HIS370H5, HIS390H5, HIS393H5, POL111H5, POL203Y5, POL214H5, POL355Y5, RLG209H5, SPA235H5, SPA275H5, VCC236H5, WGS335H5.

    Asia - ANT313H5, ANT316H5, CHI308H5, CIN207H5, CIN215H5, CIN305H5, ECO435H5, FAH385H5, GGR267H5, HIS282H5, HIS283H5, HIS284H5, HIS378H5, HIS387H5, POL304Y5, RLG205H5, RLG207H5, RLG210H5, RLG310H5, RLG360H5, VCC360H5, WGS345H5.

    Europe - CLA230H5, CLA231H5, FAH215H5, FAH216H5, FAH274H5, FAH279H5, FAH287H5, FRE240H5, HIS230H5, HIS236H5, HIS250H5, HIS338H5, HIS339H5, ITA246H5, ITA307H5, LIN369H5.

ERCER2019 | Program Area: Language Studies

Certificate in Sustainability (U of T Sustainability Scholar)

Description:

Sustainability means meeting our own needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. The Certificate in Sustainability will provide students the opportunity to develop a sustainability lens -- an interdisciplinary toolkit for examining societal, cultural, economic, political and environmental issues from a perspective that promotes ecological health, social equity and development.

Enrolment in the Certificate in Sustainability is open to all students completing programs at UTM. To complete the Certificate, a student must complete 2.0 credits, with 1.5 credits chosen from at least 2 of 4 Perspectives offered (Economic, Environmental, Political/Institutional, Social/Cultural). Upon completion "Certificate in Sustainability (U of T Sustainability Scholar)" will be recorded on the academic transcript as a component of the undergraduate degree. Students who complete the requirements of the Certificate in Sustainability are considered University of Toronto Sustainability Scholars. Students will not receive a separate parchment at Convocation.

Completion Requirements:

2.0 credits are required.

  1. Foundation: ENV210H5 or ENV310H5.

  2. 1.5 credits chosen from at least 2 of the following four Perspectives:

    1. Economic Perspective: CCT433H5, ECO302H5, ECO303H5, ECO313H5, ECO315H5, ECO320H5, ECO321H5, ECO324H5, ECO326H5, ECO333H5, ECO335H5, ECO336H5, ECO343H5, ECO362H5, ECO373Y5, GGR202H5, GGR209H5, GGR252H5

    2. Environmental Perspective: BIO412H5, ENV201H5, ( ENV205H5 or ENV305H5), ENV320H5, ENV332H5, ENV425H5, ENV495H5, ENV496H5, ERS101H5, ERS111H5, ERS312H5, ERS315H5, ERS401H5, ERS412H5, GGR214H5, GGR227H5, JGE378H5

    3. Political/Institutional Perspective: ENV430H5, GGR207H5, GGR461H5, HIS318H5, HIS319H5, JEP351H5, JEP356H5, JEP452H5, JPE251H5, JPE252H5, POL346Y5, POL475H5, SOC343H5, SOC463H5, SOC465H5

    4. Social/Cultural Perspective: ANT357H5, ANT368H5, ANT370H5, ANT464H5, EDS220H5, EDS250H5, ENG259H5, ENV311H5, GGR265H5, GGR385H5, GGR415H5, JBH471H5, PHL273H5, SOC304H5, SOC356H5, VCC207H5, VCC236H5, VCC410H5, WRI375H5
Note:

Additional courses with sufficient sustainability content may be appropriate for the Certificate in Sustainability. Students must receive permission from the Academic Counsellor prior to course enrolment.


ERCER1287 | Program Area: Geography, Environmental Management, Environmental Science

Chemistry - Major (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited.

4.0 credits are required, including the following:

  1. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5 (minimum grade of 60% in CHM120H5)
  2. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or ( MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  3. ISP100H5
Completion Requirements:

8.5 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
  2. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or ( MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  3. ISP100H5

Second Year:

  1. CHM211H5 and CHM231H5 and CHM242H5 and CHM243H5
  2. JCP221H5

Higher Years:

  1. ( CHM372H5 and CHM373H5) or ( CHM394H5 and CHM395H5) or ( CHM396H5 and CHM397H5)
  2. 1.5 credits from lecture courses: CHM311H5 or CHM331H5 or CHM333H5 or CHM341H5 or CHM345H5 or CHM347H5 or CHM361H5 or CHM362H5 or CHM436H5 or CHM412H5 or CHM414H5 or CHM416H5 or CHM442H5 or CHM444H5 or CHM462H5 or JCP321H5 or JCP322H5 or JCP410H5 or JCP421H5 or JCP422H5 or JCP463H5
  3. 1.0 credit from: CHM311H5 or CHM323H5 or CHM331H5 or CHM333H5 or CHM341H5 or CHM345H5 or CHM347H5 or CHM361H5 or CHM362H5 or CHM372H5 or CHM373H5 or CHM394H5 or CHM395H5 or CHM396H5 or CHM397H5 or CHM399Y5 or CHM412H5 or CHM414H5 or CHM416H5 or CHM436H5 or CHM442H5 or CHM444H5 or CHM462H5 or CHM485H5 or CHM489Y5 or CPS489Y5 or CPS398H5 or CPS400Y5 or FSC311H5 or JCP321H5 or JCP322H5 or JCP410H5 or JCP421H5 or JCP422H5 or JCP463H5 or JBC472H5 or JCB487Y5
Note:
  1. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or ( MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 is required for all 200-level CHM/ JCP courses.
  2. For a balanced training in Chemistry, students should take CHM311H5 and ( CHM331H5 or CHM333H5) and ( CHM341H5 or CHM345H5) and JCP321H5.

ERMAJ1376 | Program Area: Chemistry

Chemistry - Minor (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in the Chemistry Minor Program is based on completion of 4.0 credits including

  1. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5 (minimum grade of 60% in CHM120H5)
  2. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or ( MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits in CHM/ JCP are required.

First Year:

1. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5

Higher Years:

1. 2.0 credits from: CHM211H5 or CHM231H5 or CHM242H5 or CHM243H5 or CHM311H5 or CHM331H5 or CHM333H5 or CHM341H5 or CHM345H5 or CHM347H5 or CHM361H5 or CHM362H5 or CHM372H5 or CHM373H5 or CHM394H5 or CHM395H5 or CHM396H5 or CHM397H5 or CHM412H5 or CHM414H5 or CHM416H5 or CHM436H5 or CHM442H5 or CHM444H5 or CHM462H5 or JCP221H5 or JCP321H5 or JCP322H5 or JCP410H5 or JCP421H5 or JCP422H5 or JCP463H5 or FSC311H5

2. 1.0 credits at 300/400 level from: CHM311H5 or CHM323H5 or CHM331H5 or CHM333H5 or CHM341H5 or CHM345H5 or CHM347H5 or CHM361H5 or CHM362H5 or CHM372H5 or CHM373H5 or CHM394H5 or CHM395H5 or CHM396H5 or CHM397H5 or CHM412H5 or CHM414H5 or CHM416H5 or CHM436H5 or CHM442H5 or CHM444H5 or CHM462H5 or JCP321H5 or FSC311H5 or JCP322H5 or JCP410H5 or JCP421H5 or JCP422H5 or JCP463H5

Notes:


ERMIN1376 | Program Area: Chemistry

Chemistry - Specialist (Science)

Description:

This program is accredited by the Canadian Society for Chemistry.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited.

4.0 credits are required, including the following:

  1. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5 (minimum grade of 65% in CHM120H5)
  2. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5, with a minimum grade of 65% in MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5, with a minimum grade of 65% in MAT136H5) or (MAT137 and MAT139) or (MAT157 and MAT159) or MAT137Y5 (minimum grade of 65%) or MAT157Y5 (minimum grade of 65%)
  3. ISP100H5
  4. A minimum CGPA of 2.5

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

  1. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5 (minimum grade of 65% in CHM120H5)
  2. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5, with a minimum grade of 65% in MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5, with a minimum grade of 65% in MAT136H5) or (MAT137 and MAT139) or (MAT157 and MAT159) or MAT134Y5 (minimum grade of 65%) or MAT135Y5 (minimum grade of 65%) or MAT137Y5 (minimum grade of 65%) or MAT157Y5 (minimum grade of 65%)
  3. ISP100H5

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Completion Requirements:

13.5 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
  2. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or ( MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  3. ( PHY136H5 and PHY137H5) or ( PHY146H5 and PHY147H5)
  4. ISP100H5

Second Year:

  1. CHM211H5 and CHM231H5 and CHM242H5 and CHM243H5
  2. JCP221H5
  3. MAT232H5

Third Year:

  1. CHM311H5 and CHM331H5 and CHM361H5 and CHM394H5 and CHM396H5
  2. CHM341H5 or CHM345H5
  3. JCP321H5

Fourth Year:

  1. ( CHM395H5 and CHM397H5) or CHM399Y5 or CHM489Y5 or CPS489Y5 or CPS400Y5 or CPS401Y5 or JCB487Y5
  2. 1.5 credits lecture courses from: CHM412H5 or CHM414H5 or CHM416H5 or CHM436H5 or CHM442H5 or CHM444H5 or CHM462H5 or JCP421H5 or JCP422H5 or JCP410H5 or JCP463H5
  3. 1.0 credit from: CHM323H5 or CHM333H5 or CHM341H5 or CHM345H5 or CHM347H5 or CHM362H5 or CHM372H or CHM373H5 or CHM395H or CHM397H5 or CHM412H5 or CHM414H5 or CHM416H5 or CHM436H5 or CHM442H5 or CHM444H5 or CHM462H5 or CHM485H5 or CPS398H5 or FSC311H5 or JCP321H5 or JCP322H5 or JCP410H5 or JCP421H5 or JCP422H5 or JCP463H5
Note:
  1. For MAT157H5, permission is required from the CHM Program Advisor
  2. MAT212H5 has the following requirements: Prerequisite - MAT233H5 or ( MAT232H5 or MAT257Y5 as a corequisite); and Corequisite - MAT223H5 or MAT240H5
  3. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or ( MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or MAT137Y5 is required for all 200-level CHM courses.
  4. Students cannot take more than 2.0 credits total in ROP, Internship or Research Project/ Thesis courses at the 300/ 400 level for credit toward this Chemistry program.
  5. PHY146H5 and PHY147H5 are recommended preparation for all Joint Chemistry-Physics (JCP) courses

ERSPE1376 | Program Area: Chemistry, Co-op Internship Program

Chinese Language & Culture - Minor (Arts)

Description:

The Minor in Chinese Language and Culture is for advanced language learners who would like to improve their written and oral communication skills in both academic and professional settings. Students in this program will also advance their linguistic knowledge and cultural literacy from cross-cultural perspectives.

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in this program is limited and based on completion of 4.0 credits, including the following:

Note: The Chinese Language Minor is intended for students who have near-native proficiency level in Chinese so that they can be fully engaged in course materials and lectures conducted in Chinese. Students’ proficiency level will be evaluated based on the language placement questionnaire first. If the results of the questionnaire meet the language proficiency requirement, students will be permitted to enrol in courses. If the results are not satisfying or borderline, a one-on-one interview with Professor Chiu-Hung Chen will be arranged in order to determine students’ qualification for enrolling in courses.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required.

  1. CHI211H5 and CHI212H5
  2. The remaining 3.0 credits can be selected from the following list: CHI308H5 or CHI310H5 or CHI311H5 or CHI312H5 or CHI313H5 or CHI314H5 or CHI408H5 or CHI409H5 or CHI410H5 or CHI411H5 or HIS431H5

ERMIN2021 | Program Area: Chinese

Cinema Studies - Major (Arts)

Description:

The Cinema Studies program is devoted to the stylistic, historical, and theoretical analysis of film. Students learn about film as a unique mode of communication in the 20th and 21st centuries, while also investigating what it is that film can be said to share with allied art forms. Surveys of major world cinemas and oeuvres, and courses on particular genres and forms, introduce students to a range of cinematic traditions and practices. Throughout the program, students consider the impact moving images have on personal and cultural identities and on society in general, and engage with questions about the relation between aesthetics and politics. The Cinema Studies program develops students’ visual analysis, critical thinking, and writing skills, which are relevant to many different possible careers.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed a minimum of 4.0 credits, including CIN101H5 and CIN102H5 and ISP100H5.

Completion Requirements:

7.5 credits are required, including CIN101H5, CIN102H5, ISP100H5, and 6.0 additional credits from CIN and/or cross-listed courses. Within the 6.0 additional credits:

  • 2.0 credits must be at the 200-level;
  • 2.0 credits must be at the 300-level or above; and
  • 0.5 must be at the 400-level.

At least 5.0 credits must be CIN courses. Students must take a minimum of 1.0 credits in courses dedicated to “Auteurs,” a minimum of 1.0 credits in courses dedicated to “Cinemas in Context,” and a minimum of 1.0 credits in courses dedicated to “Genres.” A list of courses that count in each area is available on the Department website. Non-CIN courses may also count for credit in these areas with permission of the Undergraduate Counsellor.

Recommended Structure of Program Requirements:

First Year:

Second Year: 1.5-2.0 credits of CIN (or cross-listed courses) at the 200- and/or 300-level

Third Year: 2.0 credits of CIN (or cross-listed courses) at the 200-level or above

Fourth Year: 2.0 credits of CIN (or cross-listed courses) at the 300-level or above, including at least 0.5 credit at the 400-level

NOTE: Cross-listed courses may count for up to 2.0 credits toward the CIN Major. Non-cross-listed courses with significant Cinema Studies content in other programs may be allowed to count for program credit only with permission, prior to enrolment, from the Undergraduate Counsellor.

Cross-listed courses:
DRE350H5 Film Genres in Performance (HUM)
DRE352H5 Stage to Screen (HUM)
FRE393H5 French Society through Film (HUM)
FRE397H5 Colonialism and Post-colonialism in French Cinema (HUM)
GER353H5 German National Cinemas (HUM)
GER354H5 Topics in German Cinema Studies (HUM)
ITA242H5 Classics of Italian Cinema (HUM,INTLO)
ITA247H5 Contemporary Italian Cinema II (HUM)
ITA307H5 Modern Italian Literature and Cinema (HUM)
ITA313H5 Quentin Tarantino and the Spaghetti Western Effect (HUM)
ITA342H5 Post War Italian Cinema I: Mastering Neorealism (HUM)
ITA343H5 Post War Italian Cinema II: Moving Beyond Neorealism (HUM)
PHL221H5 Philosophy at the Movies (HUM)
RLG331H5 Religion on Screen (HUM)
SPA275H5 Latin American Cinema (HUM)
VCC205H5 Monsters (HUM)
VST410H5 or VST410Y5 Internship in Visual Studies (HUM)


ERMAJ0797 | Program Area: Cinema Studies

Cinema Studies - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required, including at least 1.0 credit at the 300 level or above.

First Year: CIN101H5 and a further 0.5 credit in CIN at the 200 level.

Higher Years: 3.0 credits from any remaining CIN courses at the 200 level or above, VCC205H5, VCC334H5, VCC427H5, VST410H5, GER353H5, GER354H5, PHL221H5.

NOTES:
  1. A maximum of 1.0 credit may be taken from: DRE350H5, DRE352H5, FRE393H5, FRE397H5, ITA242H5, ITA243H5, ITA247H5, ITA307H5, ITA309H5, ITA313H5, ITA342H5, ITA343H5, RLG331H5, SPA275H5, WGS341H5.
  2. Some of the choices listed above are only available to students who are enrolled in a program sponsored by the Department or Unit offering the course, and/or who have completed the specified prerequisites.


ERMIN0797 | Program Area: Cinema Studies

Classical Civilization - Major (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Students enrolling at the end of first year (4.0 credits) must obtain a CGPA of at least 1.80. Students applying
to enrol after second year (8.0 credits) must obtain a CGPA of at least 2.00.

Completion Requirements:

7.0 credits, meeting the following requirements:

First Year:

1.0 credit from the following list: CLA101H5 or CLA230H5 or CLA231H5 or CLA233H5 or CLA237H5

Higher Years:

3. 2.0 CLA credits at the 200+ level
4. 4.0 credits at the 300+ level

NOTES:

  • Up to 2.0 credits in the following areas may be substituted for CLA courses:
    • Courses in Latin (LAT) and Greek (GRK), at the 100- or 200-level, offered at U of T Mississauga may be substituted for 200-level CLA courses. Students are invited to contact the Historical Studies Academic Advisor for further information.
    • History of Religions (RLG) courses may be substituted when those courses focus on religion in the ancient Greek or Roman Mediterranean ( RLG324H5, RLG326H5, RLG358H5, RLG435H5).
    • DRE356H5, DRE358H5, DRE420H5 and DRE422H5 may be substituted when those courses are taught as ancient drama.
    • Courses in ancient Art (e.g., FAH205H5) or ancient Philosophy (e.g., PHL300H5) may be substituted for CLA courses.

ERMAJ0382 | Program Area: Classical Civilization

Classical Civilization - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits, meeting the following requirements:

First Year:

1. 1.0 credits from the following list: CLA101H5 or CLA230H5 or CLA231H5 or CLA233H5 or CLA237H5.

Higher Years:

2. 2.0 additional CLA credits at the 200+level
3. 1.0 credits at the 300+level

NOTES:

  • Up to 1.0 credits in the following areas may be substituted for CLA courses:
    • Courses in Latin (LAT) and Greek (GRK), at the 100- or 200-level, offered at U of T Mississauga may be substituted for 200-level CLA courses. Students are invited to contact the Historical Studies Academic Advisor for further information.
    • History of Religions (RLG) courses may be substituted when those courses focus on religion in the ancient Greek or Roman Mediterranean ( RLG324H5, RLG326H5, RLG358H5, RLG435H5).
    • DRE356H5, DRE358H5, DRE420H5 and DRE422H5 may be substituted when those courses are taught as ancient drama.
    • Courses in ancient Art (e.g., FAH205H5) or ancient Philosophy (e.g., PHL300H5) may be substituted for CLA courses.

ERMIN0382 | Program Area: Classical Civilization

Commerce - Major (HBA)

Enrolment Requirements:

This program must be taken as part of an Honours degree. This Major program cannot be combined with the Management (Major or Specialist), Digital Enterprise Management Specialist, or Human Resource Management Specialist.

Limited Enrolment — Admission to this program is based on the following criteria:

Note:

  • Applicants with transfer credits in any of the courses listed above will be assigned a 63% for each applicable transfer credit for program admission. Students can choose to retake these courses at UofT and their UofT grade will be considered in their weighted average instead.
  • Application for admission to the program for all students is made during the Subject POSt request periods.
  • Please see the full list below for equivalent UTSG and UTSC courses.
Completion Requirements:

This program has a total of 7.5 credits.

First Year (3.0 credits):

  1. MGM101H5 and MGT120H5
  2. ( ECO101H5 and ECO102H5) or ECO100Y5
  3. MAT133Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5)

Higher Years (4.5 credits):

  1. ECO220Y5 or ECO227Y5 or ( STA256H5 and STA258H5) or ( STA256H5 and STA260H5)
  2. MGT220H5 and MGT223H5 and MGT252H5 and MGT231H5 and MGT232H5
  3. 1.0 credit in MGT at the 300/400-level
Note:

Note that Management and Commerce students can only use 1.0 ROP credit towards program completion.

Please note the following list of acceptable equivalents for application to the POST:

MGT120H5

UTSC: MGAB01H3 and MGAB02H3

UTSG: RSM219H1

MGM101H5

UTSC: MGTA05H3 or ( MGTA01H3 and MGTA02H3)

UTSG: RSM100H1

ECO101H5 and ECO102H5

UTSG: ECO100Y1 or ( ECO101H1 and ECO102H1)

UTSC: MGEA02H3 and MGEA06H3

UTM: ECO100Y5

MAT133Y5

UTSC: MATA32H3 and MATA33H3

UTSG: MAT133Y1 or ( MAT135H1 and MAT136H1)

UTM: MAT135Y5 or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5


ERMAJ1111 | Program Area: Commerce

Commerce - Specialist (BCom)

Enrolment Requirements:

This program leads to the Bachelor of Commerce degree. This Specialist program cannot be combined with the Management (Major or Specialist), Digital Enterprise Management Specialist, or Human Resource Management Specialist.

Limited Enrolment — Admission to this program is based on the following criteria:

Note:

  • Applicants with transfer credits in any of the courses listed above will be assigned a 63% for each applicable transfer credit for program admission. Students can choose to retake these courses at UofT and their UofT grade will be considered in their weighted average instead.
  • Application for admission to the program is made during the Subject POSt request periods for all students.
  • Please see the full list below for equivalent UTSG and UTSC courses

Completion Requirements:

This program has a total of 13.0 credits.

First Year (3.0 credits):

Higher Years:

Management (5.0 credits):

  1. MGT220H5 and MGT223H5 and MGT231H5 and MGT232H5
  2. 1.0 credit from: MGT300H5 or MGT201H5 or MGT252H5 or MGT260H5 or MGT262H5 or MGT270H5 or MGT353H5 or MGT363H5 or ( MGT371H5 or MGT422H5) or MGT374H5 or MGT393H5
  3. 1.0 credit in MGT at the 400 level
  4. 1.0 credit in MGT at the 200/300/400 level

Economics (5.0 credits):

  1. ECO200Y5 or ECO204Y5 or ECO206Y5
  2. ECO202Y5 or ECO208Y5 or ECO209Y5
  3. ECO220Y5 or ECO227Y5 or ( STA256H5 and STA258H5) or ( STA256H5 and STA260H5)
  4. 2.0 credits in ECO at 300/400 level.

No more than 0.5 credits in Economic History

Note:

Note that Management and Commerce students can only use 1.0 ROP credit towards program completion.

Please note the following list of acceptable equivalents for application to the POST:

MGT120H5

UTSC: MGAB01H3 and MGAB02H3

UTSG: RSM219H1

MGM101H5

UTSC: MGTA05H3 or ( MGTA01H3 and MGTA02H3)

UTSG: RSM100H1

ECO101H5 and ECO102H5

UTSG: ECO100Y1 or ( ECO101H1 and ECO102H1)

UTSC: MGEA02H3 and MGEA06H3

UTM: ECO100Y5

MAT133Y5

UTSC: MATA32H3 and MATA33H3

UTSG: MAT133Y1 or ( MAT135H1 and MAT136H1)

UTM: MAT135Y5 or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5



ERSPE2273 | Program Area: Commerce

Commerce: Accounting - Specialist (BCom)

Enrolment Requirements:

This program leads to the Bachelor of Commerce degree. This Specialist program cannot be combined with the Management (Major or Specialist), Digital Enterprise Management Specialist, or Human Resource Management Specialist.

Limited Enrolment — Admission to this program is based on the following criteria:

Note:

  • Applicants with transfer credits in any of the courses listed above will be assigned a 63% for each applicable transfer credit for program admission. Students can choose to retake these courses at UofT and their UofT grade will be considered in their weighted average instead.
  • Application for admission to the program is made during the Subject POSt request periods for all students.
  • Please see the full list below for equivalent UTSG and UTSC courses.
Completion Requirements:

This program has a total of 17.5 credits.

First Year (3.0 credits):

  1. MGM101H5 and MGT120H5
  2. ( ECO101H5 and ECO102H5) or ECO100Y5
  3. MAT133Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5)

Higher Years:

Management requirements: (10.0 credits)

  1. MGT220H5 and MGT223H5 and MGT225H5 and MGT231H5 and MGT232H5 and MGT270H5
  2. MGT300H5 and MGT321H5 and MGT323H5 and MGT325H5 and MGT326H5 and MGT393H5
  3. MGT420H5 and MGT421H5 and MGT422H5 and MGT423H5 and MGT428H5 and MGT429H5 and MGT437H5
  4. 0.5 credit from MGT201H5 or MGT262H5 or MGT324H5

Economics requirements: (4.5 credits)

  1. ECO200Y5 or ECO204Y5 or ECO206Y5
  2. ECO202Y5 or ECO208Y5 or ECO209Y5
  3. ECO220Y5 or ECO227Y5 or ( STA256H5 and STA258H5) or ( STA256H5 and STA260H5)
  4. 1.5 credits in ECO at 300/400 level.

No more than 0.5 credits in Economic History

Note:

Note that Management and Commerce students can only use 1.0 ROP credit towards program completion.

Please note the following list of acceptable equivalents for application to the POST:

MGT120H5

UTSC: MGAB01H3 and MGAB02H3

UTSG: RSM219H1

MGM101H5

UTSC: MGTA05H3 or ( MGTA01H3 and MGTA02H3)

UTSG: RSM100H1

ECO101H5 and ECO102H5

UTSG: ECO100Y1 or ( ECO101H1 and ECO102H1)

UTSC: MGEA02H3 and MGEA06H3

UTM: ECO100Y5

MAT133Y5

UTSC: MATA32H3 and MATA33H3

UTSG: MAT133Y1 or ( MAT135H1 and MAT136H1)

UTM: MAT135Y5 or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5


ERSPE1704 | Program Area: Commerce

Commerce: Finance - Specialist (BCom)

Enrolment Requirements:

This program leads to a Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) degree. This Specialist program cannot be combined with the Management (Major or Specialist), Digital Enterprise Management Specialist, or Human Resource Management Specialist.

Students enrolled in this program cannot be simultaneously enrolled in the Financial Economics Specialist (ERSPE2722) or Economics Specialist (ERSPE1478) program.

Limited Enrolment: Admission to this program is based on the following criteria:

Note:

  • Applicants with transfer credits for any of the courses listed above will be assigned a 63% for each applicable transfer credit for program admission. Students can choose to retake these courses at UofT and their UofT grade will be considered in their weighted average instead.
  • Application for admission to the program is made during the Subject POSt request periods for all students.
  • Please see the full list below for equivalent UTSG and UTSC courses.
Completion Requirements:

This program has a total of 16.0 credits

First Year (3.0 credits):

  1. MGM101H5 and MGT120H5
  2. ( ECO101H5 and ECO102H5) or ECO100Y5
  3. MAT133Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5)

Higher Years:

Management (8.0 credits):

  1. MGT201H5 and MGT220H5 and MGT223H5 and MGT252H5 and MGT262H5
  2. 0.5 credit from: MGT336H5 or MGT353H5 or MGT363H5 or MGT341H5 or MGT371H5 or MGT373H5 or MGT374H5
  3. MGT231H5 and MGT232H5
  4. MGT301H5 and MGT330H5
  5. 2.0 credits from: MGT430H5 or MGT431H5 or MGT433H5 or MGT434H5 or MGT435H5 or MGT438H5 or MGT439H5 or MGT440H5 or MGT442H5 or MGT443H5 or MGT444H5 or MGT495H5
  6. 0.5 credit in MGT at 300/400 level (cannot double count courses)
  7. 0.5 credit in MGT at 400 level (cannot double count courses)

Economics (5.0 credits):

  1. ECO200Y5 or ECO204Y5 or ECO206Y5
  2. ECO202Y5 or ECO208Y5 or ECO209Y5
  3. ECO220Y5 or ECO227Y5 or ( STA256H5 and STA258H5) or ( STA256H5 and STA260H5)
  4. ECO375H5
  5. 1.0 credit from: ECO313H5 or ECO324H5 or ECO325H5 or ECO326H5 or ECO348H5 or ECO349H5 or ECO365H5 or ECO456H5 or ECO460H5 or ECO461H5 or ECO475H5
  6. 0.5 credit in ECO at the 300/400-level (cannot double count courses)

No more than 0.5 credit in Economic History.

Note:

The prerequisite for ECO375H5 is a minimum of 70% obtained within ECO220Y5.

Management and Commerce students can only use 1.0 ROP credit towards program completion.

Please note the following list of acceptable equivalents for application to the POST:

MGT120H5

UTSC: MGAB01H3 and MGAB02H3

UTSG: RSM219H1

MGM101H5

UTSC: MGTA05H3 or ( MGTA01H3 and MGTA02H3)

UTSG: RSM100H1

ECO101H5 and ECO102H5

UTSC: MGEA02H3 and MGEA06H3

UTSG: ECO100Y1 or ( ECO101H1 and ECO102H1)

UTM: ECO100Y5

MAT133Y5

UTSC: MATA32H3 and MATA33H3

UTSG: MAT133Y1 or ( MAT135H1 and MAT136H1)

UTM: MAT135Y5 or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5




ERSPE2034 | Program Area: Commerce

Commerce: Marketing - Specialist (BCom)

Description:

This program leads to a Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) degree. This Specialist program cannot be combined with the Management (Major or Specialist), Digital Enterprise Management Specialist, or Human Resource Management Specialist.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Admission to this program is based on the following criteria:

Note:

  • Applicants with transfer credits for any of the courses listed above will be assigned a 63% for each applicable transfer credit for program admission. Students can choose to retake these courses at UofT and their UofT grade will be considered in their weighted average instead.
  • Application for admission to the program is made during the Subject POSt request periods for all students.
  • Please see the full list below for equivalent UTSG and UTSC courses.
Completion Requirements:

This program has a total of 16.0 credits.

First Year (3.0 credits):

  1. MGM101H5 and MGT120H5
  2. ( ECO101H5 and ECO102H5) or ECO100Y5
  3. MAT133Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5)

Higher Years:

Management: (8.0 credits)

  1. MGT201H5 and MGT220H5 and MGT223H5 and MGT231H5 and MGT232H5 and MGT252H5
  2. MGT301H5 and MGT353H5
  3. MGT453H5 and MGT455H5
  4. 0.5 credit from: MGT262H5 or MGT363H5 or MGT371H5 or MGT374H5 or MGT393H5
  5. 0.5 credits from: MGT450H5 or MGT451H5
  6. 2.0 credits from: MGT341H5 or MGT354H5 or MGT355H5 or MGT373H5 or MGT450H5 or MGT451H5 or MGT452H5 or MGT458H5 or CCT260H5* or CCT302H5* or CCT356H5* or CCT456H5* or GGR252H5 (cannot include any courses already used above)

*Note: It is recommended that students interested in pursuing the marketing stream consider completing CCT109H5 and CCT110H5 to ensure access to some upper year CCT courses. Students have the option to select some CCT courses to fulfill elective requirements in which prerequisites are strictly enforced.

**Note: MGT450H5 and MGT451H5 can fulfil only one.

Economics: (5.0 credits)

  1. ECO200Y5 or ECO204Y5 or ECO206Y5
  2. ECO202Y5 or ECO208Y5 or ECO209Y5
  3. ECO220Y5 or ECO227Y5 or ( STA256H5 and STA258H5) or ( STA256H5 and STA260H5)
  4. 2.0 credits in ECO at 300/400 level. ECO375H5 Recommended.

No more than 0.5 Economic History credit

Note:

Note that Management and Commerce students can only use 1.0 ROP credit towards program completion.

Please note the following list of acceptable equivalents for application to the POST:

MGT120H5

UTSC: MGAB01H3 and MGAB02H3

UTSG: RSM219H1

MGM101H5

UTSC: MGTA05H3 or ( MGTA01H3 and MGTA02H3)

UTSG: RSM100H1

ECO101H5 and ECO102H5

UTSC: MGEA02H3 and MGEA06H3

UTSG: ECO100Y1 or ( ECO101H1 and ECO102H1)

UTM: ECO100Y5

MAT133Y5

UTSC: MATA32H3 and MATA33H3

UTSG: MAT133Y1 or ( MAT135H1 and MAT136H1)

UTM: MAT135Y5 or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5



ERSPE2380 | Program Area: Commerce

Comparative Physiology - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in this program is limited. Students wishing to enrol at the end of the first year (4.0 credits) must obtain a grade of at least 63% in both CHM110H5 and CHM120H5 and a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.50 to qualify. Students who do not meet these criteria can apply to enter the Specialist at the end of second year (8.0 credits) with the following new criteria: a grade of at least 70% in both BIO202H5 and BIO203H5 and a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.50. All students (including transfer students) must complete 4.0 UTM credits before requesting this program.

Note: CGPA for enrolment in this program is calculated based on a minimum of 4.0 credits completed at UTM with final percentage grades (i.e. CR/ NCR courses are not applicable).

Completion Requirements:

14.5 credits are required, including at least 5.0 credits at the 300/400 level, of which 1.0 credit must be at the 400 level.

First Year:

  1. BIO152H5 and BIO153H5
  2. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
  3. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or MAT137Y5
  4. 1.0 credit from CLA201H5 or ENV100Y5 or ERS101H5 or PHY136H5 or PHY137H5 or PSY100Y5 or WRI173H5 or WRI307H5

Note: ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) - Calculus for Life Sciences is highly recommended.

Second Year:

  1. BIO202H5 and BIO203H5 and BIO205H5 and BIO206H5 and BIO207H5 and BIO208H5 and BIO209H5 and BIO259H5

Third and Fourth Years:

  1. BIO304H5 and BIO310H5 and BIO312H5 and BIO360H5 and BIO409H5;
  2. CHM242H5 and CHM243H5
  3. At least 2.0 credits from: BIO320H5 or BIO347H5 or BIO353H5 or BIO354H5 or BIO361H5 or BIO368H5 or BIO372H5 or BIO404H5 or BIO408H5 or BIO410H5 or BIO411H5 or BIO412H5 or BIO414H5 or BIO417H5 or BIO419H5 or BIO422H5 or BIO429H5 or BIO481Y5 or CHM361H5 or CHM362H5 or JCB487Y5 or PHY332H5 or PHY333H5 or PSY290H5 or PSY395H5
  4. 1.0 additional BIO credit taken at U of T Mississauga campus

No substitute statistics course will be allowed for BIO360H5. Students may take no more than 2.0 credits combined in ROP, Internship Program, or Individual Project / Thesis courses at the 300/400-level for credit toward their Biology program. Students must consult with the Undergraduate Advisor before enrolling in any St. George course that they wish to use for credit toward any Biology program.


ERSPE0482 | Program Area: Biology

Computer Science - Major (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited to students with a minimum of 4.0 credits, including the following:

  1. CSC148H5 (see minimum grade note below)
  2. MAT102H5 (see minimum grade note below)
  3. MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or MAT233H5
  4. ISP100H5
  5. A cumulative grade point average (CGPA), determined annually. It is never lower than 2.5.
  6. All students must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program. Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as a part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.

NOTES:

  1. The minimum grade required in CSC148H5 and MAT102H5 is determined annually. It is never lower than 60%. Only CSC148H5 and MAT102H5, taken at the UTM campus, will be accepted.

  2. Transfer students who have completed any postsecondary studies outside of UTM (including studies at other divisions at the University of Toronto) are not eligible to pursue a Specialist and/ or Major in Computer Science at U of T Mississauga.

  3. Due to the limited enrolment nature of this program, students are strongly advised to develop alternate plans if they need to instead enroll in other programs.

  4. A supplemental application will be required for students applying to the Computer Science Major program in 2025-2026 for program entry in the 2026-2027 Academic Year. Additional information will be provided in the 2025-2026 Academic Calendar.

The Computer Science Major is a deregulated fees program and as such, tuition fees for students enrolled in this program are higher than for other regulated fee programs. Fees are charged on a program and not a per-course basis. See www.fees.utoronto.ca for more information on the fee structures.

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

  1. CSC148H5 (a final grade of at least 60%)
  2. MAT102H5 (a final grade of at least 60%)
  3. MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5 or MAT134Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or MAT233H5
  4. ISP100H5

Courses to take in Year of Study 2: Complete CSC207H5/​ CSC207H1/​ CSCB07H3 by the end of Year of Study 2 to remain eligible for the program.

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Completion Requirements:

7.5-8.5 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. CSC108H5 and CSC148H5 and ISP100H5
  2. MAT102H5
  3. [( MAT132H5 or MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or MAT233H5

Second Year:

  1. CSC207H5 and CSC236H5
  2. 1.0 credit from the following CSC209H5 or CSC258H5 or CSC263H5
  3. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5
  4. STA246H5 or STA256H5 or ECO227Y5

Higher Years:

  1. 2.0 credits from any 300/400 level CSC course or GGR335H5 or GGR337H5 or GGR437H5. At least 0.5 credit must come from 400-level courses and at least 0.5 credit must come from CSC369H5 or CSC311H5 or CSC338H5 or CSC347H5 or CSC376H5. No more than 0.5 credit of GGR courses may count to this requirement.

NOTE:

1. In addition to the course requirements above, students must complete an integrative learning experience. This requirement may be met by participating in the UTM Co-op Internship Program (UTMCIP)* or by completing one of the following half-courses: CSC318H5, CSC367H5, CSC375H5, CSC376H5, CSC409H5, CSC420H5, CSC427H5, CSC477H5, CSC490H5.

*Please be advised that the UTMCIP only applies to UTM Computer Science students entering Year of Study 2. For more information about the UTMCIP, please visit the Experiential and International Opportunities page of the UTM Academic Calendar.

2. Students are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with the 100-level calculus pre-requisites to select the correct courses.


ERMAJ1688 | Program Area: Computer Science, Co-op Internship Program

Computer Science - Minor (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited to students with a minimum of 4.0 credits, including the following:

  1. CSC148H5 (see note below)
  2. MAT102H5 (see note below)
  3. All students must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program. Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as a part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.

NOTES:

  1. The minimum grade required in CSC148H5 and MAT102H5 is determined annually. Only CSC148H5 and MAT102H5, taken at the UTM campus, will be accepted.
  1. Due to the limited enrolment nature of this program, students are strongly advised to develop alternate plans if they need to instead enroll in other programs

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

  1. CSC108H5 (a final grade of at least 60%)
  2. CSC148H5 (a final grade of at least 60%)
  3. MAT102H5 (a final grade of at least 60%)

Courses to take in Year of Study 2: Complete CSC207H5/​ CSC207H1/​ CSCB07H3 by the end of Year of Study 2 to remain eligible for the program.

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

*Please be advised that the UTMCIP only applies to UTM Computer Science students entering Year of Study 2. For more information about the UTMCIP, please visit the Experiential and International Opportunities page of the UTM Academic Calendar.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required.

First Year: CSC108H5 and CSC148H5 and MAT102H5

Second Year:
1. CSC207H5 and CSC236H5
2. One of CSC209H5 or CSC258H5 or CSC263H5

Third and Fourth Years: 1.0 credit from any 300/400 level CSC course (except for CSC392H5 and CSC393H5 and CSC492H5 and CSC493H5 and any CSC ROP courses) or GGR335H5 or GGR337H5 or GGR437H5. No more than 0.5 credit of GGR courses may count to this requirement.

NOTES:

  1. Students in the CSC minor are limited to 1.5 credits of computer science courses at the 300/ 400-level. Enrolment in additional CSC courses is restricted to students in CSC specialist and major programs.
  2. CSC Minor can take no more than one of CSC392H5 or CSC393H5 or CSC492H5 or CSC493H5 or any CSC ROP courses.

ERMIN1688 | Program Area: Computer Science, Co-op Internship Program

Computer Science - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited to students with a minimum of 4.0 credits, including the following:

  1. CSC148H5 (see minimum grade note below)
  2. MAT102H5 (see minimum grade note below)
  3. MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5 or MAT134Y5 or MAT157Y5 or MAT233H5
  4. ISP100H5
  5. A cumulative grade point average (CGPA), determined annually. It is never lower than 2.5.
  6. All students must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program. Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as a part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.

NOTES:

  1. The minimum grade required in CSC148H5 and MAT102H5 is determined annually. It is never lower than 65%. Only CSC148H5 and MAT102H5, taken at the UTM campus, will be accepted.
  2. Transfer students who have completed any postsecondary studies outside of UTM (including studies at other divisions at the University of Toronto) are not eligible to pursue a Specialist and/ or Major in Computer Science at U of T Mississauga.

  3. Due to the limited enrolment nature of this program, students are strongly advised to develop alternate plans if they need to instead enroll in other programs.

  4. A supplemental application will be required for students applying to the Computer Science Specialist program in 2025-2026 for program entry in the 2026-2027 Academic Year. Additional information will be provided in the 2025-2026 Academic Calendar.

The Computer Science Specialist is a deregulated fees program and as such, tuition fees for students enrolled in this program are higher than for other regulated fee programs. Fees are charged on a program and not a per-course basis. See www.fees.utoronto.ca for more information on the fee structures.

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

  1. CSC148H5 (a final grade of at least 65%)
  2. MAT102H5 (a final grade of at least 65%)
  3. MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5 or MAT134Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or MAT233H5
  4. ISP100H5

Courses to take in Year of Study 2: Complete CSC207H5/​ CSC207H1/​ CSCB07H3 by the end of Year of Study 2 to remain eligible for the program.

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Completion Requirements:

12.0-13.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. CSC108H5 and CSC148H5 and ISP100H5
  2. MAT102H5
  3. [( MAT132H5 or MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5

Second Year:

  1. CSC207H5 and CSC209H5 and CSC236H5 and CSC258H5 and CSC263H5
  2. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5
  3. MAT232H5 or MAT233H5 or MAT257Y5
  4. STA246H5 or STA256H5 or ECO227Y5

Higher Years:

  1. CSC311H5 and CSC343H5 and CSC363H5 and CSC369H5 and CSC373H5
  2. CSC358H5 or CSC458H5
  3. 2.0 credits from any 300/400 level CSC course or GGR335H5 or GGR337H5 or GGR437H5. At least 1.0 credit must come from 400-level courses, and no more than 1.0 credit of GGR courses may count to this requirement.

NOTE:

1. In addition to the course requirements above, students must complete an integrative learning experience. This requirement may be met by participating in the UTM Co-op Internship Program (UTMCIP)* or by completing one of the following half-courses: CSC318H5, CSC367H5, CSC375H5, CSC376H5, CSC409H5, CSC420H5, CSC427H5, CSC477H5, CSC490H5.

*Please be advised that the UTMCIP only applies to UTM Computer Science students entering Year of Study 2. For more information about the UTMCIP, please visit the Experiential and International Opportunities page of the UTM Academic Calendar.

2. Students are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with the 100-level calculus pre-requisites to select the correct courses.


ERSPE1688 | Program Area: Computer Science, Co-op Internship Program

Creative Writing - Minor (Arts)

Description:

The Department of English and Drama’s Minor in Creative Writing is designed to allow students to focus on either the literary or dramatic arts, or to integrate their work in both these areas of creative expression. In lectures and tutorials in two courses at the 200 level, they will learn about the artistic traditions that frame their own writing; and experiment with producing and sharing written work in a variety of genres, using a range of formal techniques. These introductory courses serve as a foundation for 300-level workshops, in which students develop a more specialised focus, e.g. playwriting, prose fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, editing, or writing for interactive new media. Finally, all students in the Minor can apply for admittance to the department's selective, 400-level capstone Creative Writing Workshop, in which over the course of a year they will be encourage to develop their portfolio of creative work towards publication. When students graduate with a Minor in Creative Writing they will have learned to use language creatively to develop observations, insights, and complex ideas. They will be able to write imaginatively, compellingly, clearly, and effectively, and to produce creative work in a range of literary and dramatic modes, genres, and forms. Courses in the Minor emphasize the way that how writers learn their craft from other writers, and the ways in which new modes of written expression emerge in the context of artistic tradition and historical circumstances. The Minor will also introduce students to the processes involved in editing and publishing creative work in print and other media.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required.

  1. ENG289H5
  2. ENG291H5
  3. 1.0 credit from ENG489Y5 or ENG373H5 or ENG374H5 or ENG375H5 or ENG377H5 or ENG378H5 or DRE362H5
  4. 1.0 credit from ENG201Y5 or [( ENG101H5 or ENG280H5 or DRE360H5) and ( ENG121H5 or ENG202H5 or ENG203H5 or DRE121H5)]
  5. 1.0 additional credit of ENG or DRE. 

Note:

  1. Students are strongly encouraged to take courses whose descriptions indicate that instructors set/ allow assessed creative assignments. These are specially indicated on the departmental website each year. 

ERMIN1497 | Program Area: English

Criminology, Law & Society - Major (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment: Space in the Major Program in Criminology, Law & Society is limited. To be considered for enrolment, students must meet the following minimum criteria. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.

  1. Credits: A minimum of 4.0 credits.
  2. Prerequisite Course(s): Students must have a final mark of at least 67% in SOC100H5 OR a final mark of at least 70% in each of SOC109H5 and 0.5 credit of SOC at the 200 level or above. (See Note below.)
  3. ISP100H5
  4. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA): The Department of Sociology determines the minimum CGPA annually in relation to the number of applicants. It is never below 2.00.

Note: Students who have taken SOC209H5 will use this credit in lieu of SOC109H5. No specific grade in SOC209H5 is required. The achieved grade in SOC209H5 will be included in the CGPA calculation used to determine admission eligibility.

Completion Requirements:

7.0-7.5 credits are required.

First Year:

Higher Years:

  • SOC205H5 and SOC221H5 and SOC222H5
  • 1.0 credit from Group A or B or C (below) at the 400-level
  • 1.0 credit from Group A or B or C (below) at the 300-level
  • 1.0 credit from Group A or B or C (below) at the 300-/400-level
  • 1.5 credits from Group A or B or C (below) at any level

Note: The credits used to satisfy the higher year requirements listed above must include 3.0 credits from Group A.

Group A - Criminology, Law & Society Courses:

SOC206H5 or SOC208H5 or SOC210H5 or SOC211H5 or SOC216H5 or SOC219H5 or SOC301H5 or SOC303H5 or SOC306H5 or SOC310H5 or SOC311H5 or SOC312H5 or SOC316H5 or SOC320H5 or SOC321H5 or SOC322H5 or SOC323H5 or SOC324H5 or SOC325H5 or SOC326H5 or SOC327H5 or SOC328H5 or SOC329H5 or SOC330H5 or SOC331H5 or SOC333H5 or SOC337H5 or SOC338H5 or SOC339H5 or SOC346H5 or SOC351H5 or SOC353H5 or SOC357H5 or SOC358H5 or SOC363H5 or SOC365H5 or SOC366H5 or SOC371H5 or SOC378H5 or SOC379H5 or SOC382H5 or SOC393H5 or SOC394H5 or SOC401H5 or SOC403H5 or SOC405H5 or SOC406H5 or SOC420H5 or SOC421H5 or SOC423H5 or SOC424H5 or SOC429H5 or SOC432H5 or SOC446H5 or SOC447H5 or SOC448H5 or SOC450H5 or SOC456H5 or SOC475H5 or SOC493H5 or SOC494H5

Group B - Interdisciplinary Elective Courses:

ANT205H5 or ANT209H5 or ANT217H5 or ANT306H5 or ANT352H5 or ANT354H5 or ANT369H5 or ANT439H5 or FSC220H5 or FSC239Y5 or FSC271H5 or FSC360H5 or FSC406H5 or PHL246H5 or PHL265H5 or PHL271H5 or PHL274H5 or PHL275H5 or PHL277Y5 or PHL365H5 or PHL370H5 or PHL374H5 or PHL376H5 or POL209H5 or POL210H5 or POL215H5 or POL216H5 or POL310Y5 or POL340Y5 or POL343Y5 or PSY220H5 or PSY230H5 or PSY240H5 or PSY270H5 or PSY328H5 or PSY340H5 or PSY341H5 or PSY344H5 or PSY346H5 or PSY440H5 or SOC231H5 or SOC253H5 or SOC263H5 or SOC275H5 or SOC302H5 or SOC318H5 or SOC332H5 or SOC342H5 or SOC348H5 or SOC350H5 or SOC359H5 or SOC364H5 or SOC375H5 or SOC380H5 or SOC387H5 or SOC388H5 or SOC425H5 or SOC455H5 or SOC457H5 or SOC460H5 or SOC463H5 or WGS215H5 or WGS350H5 or WGS351H5 or WGS365H5 or WGS373H5 or WGS420H5

Group C - Enrichment Courses:

SOC230H5 or SOC299H5 or SOC299Y5 or SOC382H5 or SOC399H5 or SOC399Y5 or SOC401H5 or SOC403H5 or SOC406H5 or SOC410H5 or SOC411H5 or SOC412H5 or SOC413H5 or SOC414H5 or SOC415H5 or SOC416H5 or SOC417H5 or SOC418H5 or SOC419H5 or SOC420H5 or SOC421H5 or SOC423H5 or SOC439Y5 or SOC440Y5 or SOC450H5 or SOC452H5 or SOC456H5 or SOC467H5 or SOC480Y5 or SOC485H5 or SOC499H5 or SOC499Y5

Note:

Students are not permitted to take any of the following courses elsewhere:

1. SOC100H5
2. SOC109H5
3. SOC205H5
4. SOC221H5
5. SOC222H5
6. SOC231H5
7. SOC350H5
8. SOC387H5
9. SOC440Y5

If any of the above credits are completed outside of UTM, students will be required to complete the UTM version of the
course and it will be designated as an EXT course. Special consideration may be given to new students assessed for
transfer credit at UTM.


ERMAJ0727 | Program Area: Criminology, Law and Society

Criminology, Law & Society - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment - Space in the Specialist Program in Criminology, Law & Society is limited. To be considered for enrolment, students must meet the following minimum criteria. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.

  1. Registration Status: Current enrolment in the Criminology, Law & Society Major program.
  2. Credits: A minimum of 8.0 credits.
  3. Prerequisite Courses: ( SOC109H5 or SOC209H5) and SOC205H5 and SOC221H5 and SOC222H5 and SOC231H5 and ISP100H5 with a minimum average of 73% across all courses. SOC209H5 will be accepted in place of SOC109H5 with no grade requirement and excluded from the calculation of minimum average of 73% across all courses.
  4. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA): The Department of Sociology determines the minimum CGPA annually in relation to the number of applicants. It is never below 2.00.

Note: Students who have taken SOC209H5 will use this credit in lieu of SOC109H5. No specific grade in SOC209H5 is required. The achieved grade in SOC209H5 will be included in the CGPA calculation used to determine admission eligibility.

Completion Requirements:

10.0-10.5 credits are required, including 5.0 credits at the 300/400 level

First Year:

Higher Years:

Note: The credits used to satisfy the bulleted requirements listed above must include 3.0 credits at the 300/400 level.

Group A - Criminology, Law & Society Courses:

SOC206H5 or SOC208H5 or SOC210H5 or SOC211H5 or SOC216H5 or SOC219H5 or SOC301H5 or SOC303H5 or SOC306H5 or SOC310H5 or SOC311H5 or SOC312H5 or SOC316H5 or SOC320H5 or SOC321H5 or SOC322H5 or SOC323H5 or SOC324H5 or SOC325H5 or SOC326H5 or SOC327H5 or SOC328H5 or SOC329H5 or SOC330H5 or SOC331H5 or SOC333H5 or SOC337H5 or SOC338H5 or SOC339H5 or SOC346H5 or SOC351H5 or SOC353H5 or SOC357H5 or SOC358H5 or SOC363H5 or SOC365H5 or SOC366H5 or SOC371H5 or SOC378H5 or SOC379H5 or SOC382H5 or SOC393H5 or SOC394H5 or SOC401H5 or SOC403H5 or SOC405H5 or SOC406H5 or SOC420H5 or SOC421H5 or SOC423H5 or SOC424H5 or SOC429H5 or SOC432H5 or SOC446H5 or SOC447H5 or SOC448H5 or SOC450H5 or SOC456H5 or SOC475H5 or SOC493H5 or SOC494H5

Group B - Interdisciplinary Elective Courses:

ANT205H5 or ANT209H5 or ANT217H5 or ANT306H5 or ANT352H5 or ANT354H5 or ANT369H5 or ANT439H5 or FSC220H5 or FSC239Y5 or FSC271H5 or FSC360H5 or FSC406H5 or PHL246H5 or PHL265H5 or PHL271H5 or PHL274H5 or PHL275H5 or PHL277Y5 or PHL365H5 or PHL370H5 or PHL374H5 or PHL376H5 or POL209H5 or POL210H5 or POL215H5 or POL216H5 or POL310Y5 or POL340Y5 or POL343Y5 or PSY220H5 or PSY230H5 or PSY240H5 or PSY270H5 or PSY328H5 or PSY340H5 or PSY341H5 or PSY344H5 or PSY346H5 or PSY440H5 or SOC253H5 or SOC263H5 or SOC275H5 or SOC302H5 or SOC318H5 or SOC332H5 or SOC342H5 or SOC348H5 or SOC359H5 or SOC364H5 or SOC375H5 or SOC380H5 or SOC388H5 or SOC425H5 or SOC455H5 or SOC457H5 or SOC460H5 or SOC463H5 or WGS215H5 or WGS350H5 or WGS351H5 or WGS365H5 or WGS373H5 or WGS420H5

Group C – Enrichment Courses:

SOC230H5 or SOC299H5 or SOC299Y5 or SOC382H5 or SOC399H5 or SOC399Y5 or SOC401H5 or SOC403H5 or SOC406H5 or SOC410H5 or SOC411H5 or SOC412H5 or SOC413H5 or SOC414H5 or SOC415H5 or SOC416H5 or SOC417H5 or SOC418H5 or SOC419H5 or SOC420H5 or SOC421H5 or SOC423H5 or SOC439Y5 or SOC450H5 or SOC452H5 or SOC456H5 or SOC467H5 or SOC480Y5 or SOC485H5 or SOC499H5 or SOC499Y5

Note:

Students are not permitted to take any of the following courses elsewhere:

1. SOC100H5
2. SOC109H5
3. SOC205H5
4. SOC221H5
5. SOC222H5
6. SOC231H5
7. SOC350H5
8. SOC387H5
9. SOC440Y5

If any of the above credits are completed outside of UTM, students will be required to complete the UTM version of the
course and it will be designated as an EXT course. Special consideration may be given to new students assessed for
transfer credit at UTM.


ERSPE0727 | Program Area: Criminology, Law and Society

Diaspora and Transnational Studies - Major (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

7.0 credits, meeting the following requirements:

First Year:

0.5 credit from: CLA101H5 or HIS101H5 or HIS102H5 or HIS103H5 or HIS104H5 or HIS105H5 or HIS106H5 or HIS107H5 or HIS108H5 or RLG101H5 or WGS101H5 or WGS102H5. (Recommended, only 0.5 credits at the 100-level can be used to fulfill program requirements)

Higher Years:

  1. DTS201H5 and DTS202H5
  2. 5.0 credits from the list of electives below; 1.0 credits must be at the 300+level
  3. DTS401H5 (should be taken in the fourth year of study)

Electives:


ERMAJ1407 | Program Area: Diaspora and Transnational Studies

Diaspora and Transnational Studies - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits, meeting the following requirements:

First Year:

1. 0.5 credit from CLA101H5 or HIS101H5 or HIS102H5 or HIS103H5 or HIS104H5 or HIS105H5 or HIS106H5 or HIS107H5 or HIS108H5 or RLG101H5 or WGS101H5 or WGS102H5 (Recommended; only 0.5 credits at the 100-level can be used to fulfill program requirements)

Higher Years:

2. DTS201H5 and DTS202H5
3. 2.5 credits from the list of electives below; 1.0 credits must be at the 300+level
4. DTS401H5 (should be taken in the fourth year of study)

Please note: Students may enrol in DTS301H5 and DTS401H5 more than once, providing the topic is different from the one you completed previously.

Electives:


ERMIN1407 | Program Area: Diaspora and Transnational Studies

Digital Enterprise Management - Specialist (Arts)

Description:

Digital Enterprise Management (DEM) is a specialist program, providing students with the skills and knowledge for utilizing digital technologies to solve business management and organizational problems in creative and innovative ways. Students study, build, and critically analyze enterprise-grade emerging technologies in addition to studying the traditional managerial fields such as finance, law, economics, organizational studies, risk management, design, and project management. Understanding the challenges and demands of managing organizations that use and/or develop digital technologies will prepare students for both traditional and digital enterprises.


Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Admission is based on academic performance (CGPA) in a minimum of 4.0 credits that must include a minimum grade of 65% in each of CCT109H5 and CCT110H5 and CCT112H5. Each year the ICCIT program sets a minimum required CGPA. This will vary from year to year and is based, in part, on supply and demand. All students (including transfer students) must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program.

Courses completed as CR/NCR will not count as part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry. Tuition fees for students enrolling in the DEM Specialist Program will be higher than for other Arts and Science Programs.

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

  1. CCT109H5 (minimum grade of 65%)
  2. CCT110H5 (minimum grade of 65%)
  3. CCT112H5 (minimum grade of 65%)

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 3.20 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Completion Requirements:

13.5 credits are required.

First Year: CCT109H5 and CCT110H5 and CCT112H5

Second Year:

Higher Years:

  1. CCT321H5 and CCT324H5 and ( CCT328H5 or MGD428H5) and ( CCT325H5 or MGD425H5) and CCT354H5 and CCT355H5 and CCT360H5
  2. CCT424H5 and CCT460H5 and MGD421H5 and MGD426H5
  3. 1.0 credit from CCT401H5 or CCT410H5 or CCT476H5 or MGD415H5 or MGD427H5.
  4. 2.0 credits of CCT or MGD at the 300- or 400-level. Cannot include any courses already used above.

Notes:

  1. Students cannot combine the Digital Enterprise Management Program with the CCIT Major program, or the Management Major Program or the Commerce Major program or Technology, Coding and Society major program.
  2. Students are encouraged to review CCT 300 and 400 level elective courses in advance, and take necessary 200 level CCT courses to meet prerequisites in higher years.
  3. Student who cannot complete CCT219H5, due to exclusion with ECO100Y5 or ECO101H5 or ECO102H5, will need to take 0.5 credit from any 200-level or higher CCT or MGD course in its place.

ERSPE1307 | Program Area: Communication, Culture, Information and Technology, Co-op Internship Program

Dramaturgy and Drama Studies - Major (Arts)

Description:

Dramaturgy and Drama Studies (DDS) integrates creative and scholarly approaches to theatre through a common emphasis on dramaturgy. In addition to specific courses in developmental and production dramaturgy, the DDS program includes courses that examine theatre history, dramatic literature, critical theory, playwriting, devising, and intermedial performance, among others. DDS provides students with first-rate academic experience and credentials, while offering them ample opportunities for creative application of acquired knowledge and skills through practical components and practice-based research projects. All courses are taken at U of T Mississauga (UTM). Any courses taken outside of UTM should be pre-approved for credit by the Director of Drama Studies and the Undergraduate Advisor on a course-by-course basis.

Completion Requirements:

7.0 credits are required, as follows:

First and Second Years: ( DRE121H5 or ENG121H5) and ( DRE122H5 or ENG122H5) and DRE200H5 and DRE222H5

Higher Years: 1.0 DRE at the 300 level and 4.0 credits from the drama-related courses, at least 1.0 at the 300+ level.

Note:
  1. Additional DRE courses and the following drama-related courses can be used to fulfill the requirements for any Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies program: CIN206H5 or CIN207H5 or CIN208H5 or CIN215H5 or CIN308H5 or CIN403H5 or CLA300H5 or ENG218H5 or ENG261H5 or ENG263H5 or ENG279H5 or ENG309H5 or ENG317H5 or ENG330H5 or ENG331H5 or ENG335H5 or ENG336H5 or ENG337H5 or ENG340H5 or ENG341H5 or ENG342H5 or ENG343H5 or ENG352H5 or ENG424H5 or ENG425H5 or ENG426H5 or ENG434H5 (when drama related) or ENG435H5 or ENG436H5 (when drama related) or ENG460H5 or ENG461H5 or ENG462H5 or ENG463H5 or ENG470H5 or ENG471H5 or ENG472H5 or ENG473H5 (when drama related) or FAH475H5 or FRE393H5 or FRE397H5 or FRE417H5 or GER353H5 or GER355H5 or ITA242H5 or ITA246H5 or ITA247H5 or ITA307H5 or ITA309H5 or ITA311H5 or ITA313H5 or ITA315Y5 or ITA342H5 or ITA343H5 or ITA413Y5 or ITA415Y5 or ITA490Y5 or ITA495Y5 or VCC427H5. Many of these courses have departmental prerequisites. You should consult the academic calendar before enrolling or contact the Undergraduate Advisor for assistance.
  2. Students enrolled in Specialist and Major programs in Drama who have completed 2.0 DRE credits may enrol in ENG317H5 or ENG330H5 or ENG331H5 or ENG335H5 or ENG336H5 or ENG340H5 or ENG341H5 or ENG342H5 or ENG343H5.


ERMAJ2468 | Program Area: Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies

Dramaturgy and Drama Studies - Minor (Arts)

Description:

Dramaturgy and Drama Studies (DDS) integrates creative and scholarly approaches to theatre through a common emphasis on dramaturgy. In addition to specific courses in developmental and production dramaturgy, the DDS program includes courses that examine theatre history, dramatic literature, critical theory, playwriting, devising, and intermedial performance, among others. DDS provides students with first-rate academic experience and credentials, while offering them ample opportunities for creative application of acquired knowledge and skills through practical components and practice-based research projects. All courses are taken at U of T Mississauga (UTM). Any courses taken outside of UTM should be pre-approved for credit by the the Director of Drama Studies and the Undergraduate Advisor on a course-by-course basis.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required, as follows:

First and Second Years: ( DRE121H5 or ENG121H5) and ( DRE122H5 or ENG122H5) and DRE200H5 and DRE222H5

Higher years: 1.0 300/400 DRE credit and 1.0 further DRE from the drama-related courses.

Note:
  1. Additional DRE courses and the following drama-related courses can be used to fulfill the requirements for any Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies program: CIN206H5 or CIN207H5 or CIN208H5 or CIN215H5 or CIN308H5 or CIN403H5 or CLA300H5 or ENG218H5 or ENG261H5 or ENG263H5 or ENG279H5 or ENG309H5 or ENG317H5 or ENG330H5 or ENG331H5 or ENG335H5 or ENG336H5 or ENG337H5 or ENG340H5 or ENG341H5 or ENG342H5 or ENG343H5 or ENG352H5 or ENG424H5 or ENG425H5 or ENG426H5 or ENG434H5 (when drama related) or ENG435H5 or ENG436H5 (when drama related) or ENG460H5 or ENG461H5 or ENG462H5 or ENG463H5 or ENG470H5 or ENG471H5 or ENG472H5 or ENG473H5 (when drama related) or FAH475H5  or FRE393H5 or FRE397H5 or FRE417H5 or GER353H5 or GER355H5 or ITA242H5 or ITA246H5 or ITA247H5 or ITA307H5 or ITA309H5 or ITA311H5 or ITA313H5 or ITA315Y5 or ITA342H5 or ITA343H5 or ITA413Y5 or ITA415Y5 or ITA490Y5 or ITA495Y5 or VCC427H5. Many of these courses have departmental prerequisites. You should consult the academic calendar before enrolling or contact the Undergraduate Advisor for assistance.
  2. Students enrolled in Specialist and Major programs in Drama who have completed 2.0 DRE credits may enrol in ENG317H5 or ENG330H5 or EBG331H5 or ENG335H5 or ENG336H5 or ENG340H5 or ENG341H5 or ENG342H5 or ENG343H5.

ERMIN2468 | Program Area: Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies

Earth Science - Major (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in this program is based on completion of 4.0 credits, including ISP100H5 and one of the following courses with a minimum grade of 60% is required: ERS101H5 or ERS111H5 or ENV100Y5.


Completion Requirements:

8.0-8.5 credits are required, including at least 3.0 at the 300/400 level.

First Year:
1. ERS101H5 or ERS111H5 or ENV100Y5
2. ISP100H5
3. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or MAT137Y5
4. ( CHM110H5 and CHM120H5) or ( PHY136H5 and PHY137H5) or ( PHY146H5 and PHY147H5)

Second Year:
1. ERS201H5 and ERS202H5 and ERS203H5
2. 0.5 credit from ERS211H5 or ERS225H5 or GGR214H5 or GGR217H5 or GGR227H5 or GGR272H5 or GGR276H5 or GGR278H5

Higher Years: 3.0 additional credits at the 300/400 level from ERS301H5 or ERS302H5 or ERS303H5 or ERS304H5 or ERS311H5 or ERS312H5 or ERS315H5 or ERS325H5 or ERS381H5 or ERS401H5 or ERS402H5 or ERS403H5 or ERS404H5 or ERS411H5 or ERS412H5 or ERS425H5 or PHY351H5 or JGE378H5 or CPS400Y5.


ERMAJ1465 | Program Area: Earth Science

Earth Science - Minor (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is based on completion of 4.0 credits including ERS101H5 or ERS111H5 or ENV100Y5 (A minimum grade of 60% in one of these courses is required.)

Completion Requirements:

4.0-4.5 credits are required.

First Year: ERS101H5 or ERS111H5 or ENV100Y5

Higher Years:
1. 1.5 credits from ERS201H5 or ERS202H5 or ERS203H5 or ERS211H5 or ERS225H5
2. 2.0 credits of Earth Science (ERS) from: ERS301H5 or ERS302H5 or ERS303H5 or ERS304H5 or ERS311H5 or ERS312H5 or ERS315H5 or ERS325H5 or ERS381H5 or ERS401H5 or ERS402H5 or ERS403H5 or ERS404H5 or ERS411H5 or ERS412H5 or JGE378H5 or PHY351H5


ERMIN1465 | Program Area: Earth Science

Earth Science - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in this program is based on completion of 4.0 credits, including ISP100H5 and one of the following courses with a minimum grade of 60%: ERS101H5 or ERS111H5 or ENV100Y5.

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

  1. ERS101H5 or ERS111H5 or ENV100Y5 (minimum grade of 60%)
  2. ISP100H5
  3. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
  4. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or MAT137Y5
  5. ( PHY136H5 and PHY137H5) or ( PHY146H5 and PHY147H5)
  6. BIO152H5 and BIO153H5

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Completion Requirements:

14.5-15.0 credits are required, including at least 5.0 at the 300/400 level, of which 1.0 credit must be at the 400 level.

First Year:
1. ERS101H5 or ERS111H5 or ENV100Y5
2. ISP100H5
3. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
4. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or MAT137Y5
5. ( PHY136H5 and PHY137H5) or ( PHY146H5 and PHY147H5)
6. BIO152H5 and BIO153H5

Second Year: ERS201H5 and ERS202H5 and ERS203H5 and ERS211H5 and ERS225H5 and STA220H5

Third and Fourth Years:
1. ERS301H5 and ERS303H5 and ERS311H5 and ERSE315H5 and ERS325H5.
2. 4.0 additional credits from GGR201H5 or GGR217H5 or JGE378H5 or PHY351H5 or JCB487Y5 or any ERS course at the 300/400 level. Of these 4.0 credits, 1.0 credit must be at the 400 level.

NOTES:
1. No more than 1.0 credit from CPS489Y5 or ERS399Y5 or ERS499Y5 or ERS470Y5 or ERS471H5 or JCB487Y5 can be counted toward the Earth Science Specialist program.
2. Students interested in future certification by the Association of Professional Geologists of Ontario in their Geology and Environmental Geoscience oriented streams may benefit from taking courses in one of the following two pathways:

Resources, Hazards & Tectonics Pathway: ERS302H5, ERS304H5, ERS402H5, ERS403H5, ERS404H5, ERS425H5, JGE378H5, and 0.5 credit from CPS489Y5/​ ERS399Y5/​ ERS470Y5/​ ERS471H5/​ ERS472H5/​ JCB487Y5.

Earth, Climate, & Life Pathway: ERS304H5, ERS312H5, ERS411H5, ERS412H5, ERS425H5, GGR201H5, GGR217H5, and 0.5 credit from CPS489Y5/​ ERS399Y5/​ ERS470Y5/​ ERS471H5/​ ERS472H5/​ JCB487Y5.


ERSPE1465 | Program Area: Earth Science, Co-op Internship Program

Ecology and Evolution - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits (including BIO152H5 and BIO153H5) with a cumulative grade point average of 2.50. All students (including transfer students) must complete 4.0 UTM credits before requesting this program.

Note: CGPA for enrolment in this program is calculated based on a minimum of 4.0 credits completed at UTM with final percentage grades (i.e. CR/ NCR courses are not applicable).

Completion Requirements:

14.5 credits are required, including at least 6.0 credits at the 300/400 level, of which 1.0 credits must be at the 400 level.

First Year:

  1. BIO152H5 and BIO153H5
  2. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
  3. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or MAT137Y5
  4. 1.0 credit from: CLA201H5 or ENV100Y5 or ERS101H5 or PHY136H5 or PHY137H5 or PSY100Y5 or WRI173H5 or WRI307H5

Note: ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) Calculus for Life Sciences is highly recommended.

Second Year:

  1. BIO202H5 and BIO203H5 and BIO205H5 and BIO206H5 and BIO207H5 and BIO259H5

Third and Fourth Years:

  1. BIO313H5 and BIO342H5 and BIO360H5 and BIO443H5
  2. 1.0 credit from courses in organismal biology: BIO325H5 or BIO326H5 or BIO339H5 or BIO353H5 or BIO354H5 or BIO356H5 or ( BIO370Y5 or BIO371H5)
  3. 0.5 credit from field courses: BIO332H5 or BIO416H5 or BIO444H5 other 2-week Ontario Universities Program in Field Biology (OUPFB) Courses
  4. 2.0 credits from core ecology/evolutionary biology courses: BIO311H5 or BIO329H5 or BIO330H5 or BIO331H5 or BIO333H5 or BIO341H5 or BIO361H5 or BIO373H5 or BIO376H5 or BIO378H5 or BIO406H5 or BIO424H5 or BIO427H5 or BIO445H5 or BIO464H5 or GGR312H5 or JBH471H5
  5. 1.0 credit from other UTM biology courses at the 300/ 400 level.
  6. 1.0 credit from related courses from other departments: MAT222H5 or MAT232H5 or STA302H5 or STA322H5 or GGR227H5 or GGR278H5 or GGR305H5 or GGR307H5 or GGR309H5 or GGR311H5 or from courses listed in #4, #5 and #6
Note:

No substitute statistics course will be allowed for BIO360H5.

Students may take no more than 2.0 credits combined in ROP, Internship Program, or Individual Project / Thesis courses at the 300/400-level for credit toward their Biology program.

Students must consult with the Undergraduate Advisor before enrolling in any St. George course that they wish to use for credit toward any Biology program.


ERSPE1020 | Program Area: Biology

Economics - Major (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in the Major program is limited to students with 4.0 completed credits including:


Students enrolled in this program cannot be simultaneously enrolled in the Economics Specialist (ERSPE1478), Financial Economics Specialist (ERSPE2722), Economics Specialist – BCOM (ERSPE0137), or Economics Minor (ERMIN1478) program.

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Completion Requirements:

7.0 credits are required.

First Year:

[ ECO101H5 and ECO102H5] or ECO100Y5;
and MAT133Y5 or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or MAT137Y5.

Second Year:
ECO200Y5 or ECO204Y5 or ECO206Y5;
and ECO202Y5 or ECO208Y5 or ECO209Y5;
and ECO220Y5 or ECO227Y5 or (1.0 credit from STA256H5, STA258H5, STA260H5)

Higher Years:
2.0 credits in 300/400 level ECO courses

NOTE:

  • ECO205Y5, ECO244Y5 and ECO261H5 cannot be used to fulfill the requirements for this program.
  • MGT437H5 can be used as an ECO 300/400 course to satisfy the program requirements for an Economics Major.

ERMAJ1478 | Program Area: Economics, Co-op Internship Program

Economics - Minor (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in the Minor program is limited to students with:


Students enrolled in this program cannot be simultaneously enrolled in the Economics Specialist (ERSPE1478), Financial Economics Specialist (ERSPE2722), Economics Specialist – BCOM (ERSPE0137), or Economics Major (ERMAJ1478) program.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required, including 1.0 credit at the 300/400 level.

First Year:

  1. ECO100Y5 or ( ECO101H5 and ECO102H5)
  2. ( MAT133Y5 or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or MAT137Y5 or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5)).

Second Year: ECO200Y5 or ECO204Y5 or ECO206Y5

Higher Years: 1.0 ECO credit at the 300/400 level. Note: ECO205Y5, ECO244Y5 and ECO261H5 cannot be used to fulfill the requirements for this program.


ERMIN1478 | Program Area: Economics

Economics - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in this program is limited to students with:

Students should apply for this program at the end of their second year (8.0 credits), once they have completed the prerequisites listed above. It is recommended that students apply to the Economics Major program (ERMAJ1478) at the end of their first year (4.0 credits).

Students enrolled in this program cannot be simultaneously enrolled in the Financial Economics Specialist (ERSPE2722), Economics Specialist – BCOM (ERSPE0137), Economics Major (ERMAJ1478), Economics Minor (ERMIN1478), or Commerce: Finance Specialist (ERSPE2034) program.

Completion Requirements:

13.0 credits are required.

First Year:
1. ECO100Y5 or ( ECO101H5 and ECO102H5)
2. MAT133Y5 or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or MAT137Y5 or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5);
3. MAT223H5 or MAT233H5

Higher Years:
1. ECO206Y5 and ECO208Y5 and [ ECO227Y5 or ( STA258H5 and STA260H5)]
2. ECO325H5 and ECO326H5 and ECO375H5
3. 1.0 credit in Economic History from: ( ECO302H5 and ECO303H5) or ECO322Y5 or ECO323Y5
4. 5.0 additional 300+ level ECO credits, including at least 1.0 at the 400 level

Specialist Programs
Note:

  1. Economics Specialist Program (ERSPE1478) leads to an Honours BA degree.
  2. Economics Specialist – BCOM (ERSPE0137) program can only be taken jointly with the Specialist program in Commerce, and thus leads to a BCom degree.
  3. Enrolment in Economics (Commerce) Specialist Program ERSPE0137 Program is open only to those who have been admitted to the BCom degree program.
  4. ECO205Y5, ECO244Y5 and ECO261H5 cannot be used to fulfill the requirements for this program.

ERSPE1478 | Program Area: Economics

Economics - Specialist (BCom)

Description:

This program can only be taken jointly with a Commerce Specialist program. Students must be actively enrolled in a Commerce (BCom) Specialist Program in order to be admitted to this Economics program. Students must complete one of the following Commerce programs in order to complete this program: ERSPE1704, ERSPE2034, ERSPE2273.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — This program may only be taken jointly with a Specialist program in Commerce which leads to a BCom degree. Students must be actively enrolled in one of these Commerce Specialist (BCom) Programs in order to qualify for this Economics Specialist program: ERSPE1704 or ERSPE2034 or ERSPE2273.

Additionally, enrolment in this program is limited to students with [70% in ECO100Y5 or (70% in ECO101H5 and ECO102H5)] and [80% in MAT133Y5 or (63% in MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or (63% in MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or 60% in MAT137Y5 or (60% in MAT137H5 and MAT139H5)] and 63% in MGT120H5 and a minimum CGPA which is determined annually.

Students enrolled in this program cannot be simultaneously enrolled in the Financial Economics Specialist (ERSPE2722), Economics Specialist (ERSPE1478), Economics Major (ERMAJ1478), or Economics Minor (ERMIN1478) program.

Completion Requirements:

Within a BCom degree, 15.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. ECO100Y5 or ( ECO101H5 and ECO102H5)
  2. MAT133Y5 or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or MAT137Y5 or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5)
  3. MGT120H5 and MGM101H5

Higher Years:

  1. MGT Requirements (5.0 credits)
    1. MGT220H5 and MGT223H5 and MGT231H5 and MGT232H5
    2. 1.0 credit from: MGT252H5 or MGT262H5 or MGT353H5 or MGT363H5 or ( MGT371H5 or MGT422H5) or MGT374H5 or MGT393H5
    3. 1.0 credit in MGT at 200+ level
    4. 1.0 credit in MGT at 400 level
  2. ECO Requirements (6.0 credits)
    1. ECO206Y5 and ECO208Y5 and [ ECO227Y5 or ( STA258H5 and STA260H5)]
    2. ECO375H5
    3. 1.0 credit in Economic History from: ECO302H5 or ECO303H5 or ECO322Y5 or ECO323Y5
    4. ECO325H5 and ECO326H5
    5. 0.5 credit in ECO at the 300+ level
  3. Writing Component (1.0 credit). 1.0 credit chosen from the following:

ERSPE0137 | Program Area: Economics

Economics and Political Science - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:
Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited. Students enrolling at the end of first year (4.0 credits) must obtain:
Students enrolling at the end of second year (8.0 credits) must obtain:

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Completion Requirements:
14.5 credits are required.
ISP100H5 (0.5 credit)
Economics: 7.0 credits
  1. ECO100Y5 or ( ECO101H5 and ECO102H5)
  2. MAT133Y5 or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5)
  3. ( ECO200Y5 or ECO204Y5 or ECO206Y5) and ( ECO202Y5 or ECO208Y5 or ECO209Y5) and [ ECO220Y5 or ECO227Y5 or (1.0 credit from STA256H5 or STA258H5 or STA260H5)]
  4. ( ECO302H5 and ECO303H5) or ECO322Y5 or ECO323Y5
  5. 1.0 credit of ECO at the 300/400-level
Political Science: 7.0 credits in POL, including at least 1.0 credit at the 400 level and no more than 1.0 credit at the 100 level.
  1. POL200Y5 and ( POL215H5 and POL216H5) and ( POL243H5 and POL244H5) and POL309Y5
  2. 1.0 credit each (total 2.0 credits) from two of the following three fields:
    a. Comparative Politics - ( POL203Y5 or POL203H5) or ( POL218Y5 or POL218H5 or POL219H5) or POL300Y5 or POL300H5 or [ POL302Y5 or ( POL313H5 and POL314H5)] or POL302H5 or ( POL303Y5 or POL303H5) or ( POL304Y5 or POL304H5)or POL332Y5 or ( POL354Y5 or POL354H5) or POL360H5 or POL361H5 or POL362H5 or POL373H5 or POL390H5 or POL391H5 or POL438Y5 or POL438H5 or POL440Y5 or POL443Y5 or POL443H5 or POL444H5 or POL445H5 or POL446H5 or POL447H5 or POL448H5
    b. International Relations - ( POL208Y5 or POL209H5 or POL210H5) or POL305H5 or POL307H5 or ( POL310Y5 or POL311H5 or POL312H5) or ( POL327Y5 or POL327H5) or POL340Y5 or ( POL343Y5 or POL344H5 or POL345H5) or POL370H5 or POL406H5 or POL407H5 or POL486Y5 or POL486H5 or POL487H5
    c. Public Policy and Public Administration - POL316Y5 or ( POL317Y5 or POL317H5) or POL318H5 or POL336Y5 or POL346Y5 or POL353Y5 or ( POL355Y5 or POL355H5) or ( POL368H5 or POL368Y5) or ( POL369Y5 or POL370H5 or POL371H5 or POL372H5) or POL493H5 or JEP351H5 or JEP356H5 or JEP452H5 or JPE250Y5 or JPE251H5 or JPE252H5
  3. 1.0 credits of POL

ERSPE0751 | Program Area: Economics, Political Science, Co-op Internship Program

Education Studies - Minor (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment into the Education Studies Minor is limited. To be considered for enrolment, students are required to have completed 4.0 credits with a minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of at least 2.30. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee enrolment into the program.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required.

First Year: 0.5 credit from EDS100H5 or EDS101H5 (Note these courses are open to all students. Highly recommended but not required for those applying to the EDS minor.)

Second Year: EDS200H5, EDS210H5 and EDS220H5

Third and Fourth Years:

  1. EDS300H5 and EDS310H5
  2. 0.5 or 1.0 credits in experiential learning (for example, EDS325H5, EDS377H5, EDS388H5) or internship courses in other subject areas as approved by the Education Studies Program Coordinator.
  3. 0.5 or 1.0 remaining credits from the following: CSC389H5, EDS250H5, EDS275H5, EDS285H5, EDS291H5, EDS345H5; EDS399H5; FAS453H5, FAS455H5; FRE227H5, FRE325H5, FRE352H5, FRE355H5, FRE382H5, FRE383H5, FRE453H5; JLP388H5; LIN456H5, LIN487H5; LTL227H5, LTL380H5, LTL456H5, LTL486H5, LTL487H5, LTL488H5; MAT382H5, MAT392H5; PHL272H5; PSY310H5, PSY311H5, PSY312H5, PSY313H5, PSY315H5, PSY341H5, PSY345H5, PSY410H5; SOC224H5, SOC480Y5; or additional appropriate courses as approved by the Education Studies Program Coordinator.

Note: Students must check prerequisites and exclusions for the courses listed above to ensure they meet the requirements for entry.


ERMIN0605 | Program Area: Education Studies

English - Major (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

At least 7.0 ENG credits, including at least 2.0 credits at the 300 or 400 level. Only 1.0 ENG course at the 100 level may be counted towards program requirements, and no more than 1.0 credit may be counted towards program requirements from the following courses: ENG217H5, ENG218H5, ENG234H5, ENG235H5, ENG236H5, ENG237H5, ENG238H5, ENG239H5, ENG261H5, ENG263H5, ENG276H5, ENG277H5, ENG279H5, ENG289H5, ENG291H5, ENG319H5, ENG328H5, ENG373H5, ENG374H5, ENG376H5, ENG377H5, ENG378H5, ENG381H5, ENG410H5. ENG100H5 may not be counted towards program requirements. No course may be counted towards the program requirements of more than one of the 6 areas below. The major also requires the following courses:



ERMAJ1645 | Program Area: English

English - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

At least 4.0 ENG credits, including at least 1.0 credit at the 300 or 400 level. Only 1.0 ENG course at the 100 level may be counted towards program requirements. ENG100H5 may not be counted towards program requirements.


ERMIN1645 | Program Area: English

English - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Students enrolling in the Specialist Program at the end of first year (4.0 credits) must obtain a CGPA of at least 2.0 and a mark of at least 70% in 1.0 ENG credit. Students applying to enrol after second year (8.0 credits), must obtain a CGPA of at least 2.30 and a mark of at least 70% in each of 2.0 ENG credits.

Completion Requirements:

At least 10.0 ENG credits, including at least 3.0 credits at the 300 level and 1.0 credit at the 400 level. Only 1.0 credit at the 100 level may be counted towards program requirements, and no more than 1.0 credit may be counted towards program requirements from the following courses: ENG217H5, ENG218H5, ENG234H5, ENG235H5, ENG236H5, ENG237H5, ENG238H5, ENG239H5, ENG261H5, ENG263H5, ENG276H5, ENG277H5, ENG279H5, ENG289H5, ENG291H5, ENG319H5, ENG328H5, ENG373H5, ENG374H5, ENG376H5, ENG377H5, ENG378H5, ENG381H5, ENG410. ENG100H5 may not be counted towards program requirements. No course may be counted towards the program requirements of more than one of the 6 areas below. The specialist also requires the following courses:



ERSPE1645 | Program Area: English

English Language Linguistics - Minor (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment - Enrolment in the Minor program is limited to students who have achieved at least 63% in both LIN101H5 and LIN205H5. Second year entry requirements (for those students who have not met the enrolment requirement in the first year): A grade of 67% in at least two of the following ten courses: JAL253H5, LIN208H5, LIN228H5, LIN229H5, LIN231H5, LIN233H5, LIN232H5, LIN237H5, LIN240H5, LIN256H5, JLP285H5 (formerly LIN288H5).

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required.

First Year: LIN101H5, LIN204H5, LIN205H5

Upper Years:

  1. 1.5 credits: LIN233H5, LIN208H5, JAL253H5
  2. 1.0 credit at the 300 or 400 level to be selected from the following list: LIN310H5, LIN325H5, LIN352H5, LIN353H5, LIN357H5, LIN372H5, JAL355H5, JFL389H5, LIN452H5, LIN486H5, CHI411H5

NOTE: No more than 1.5 credits can be double counted towards two programs of study in Linguistics.


ERMIN1200 | Program Area: Linguistics

Environmental Geosciences - Specialist (Science)

Description:

Completion of this program is intended to fulfill the knowledge requirements for certification as a Professional Geoscientist (P. Geo.) in conformity with the stipulations of the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario (APGO) and the Canadian Council of Professional Geoscientists (CCPG).

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is restricted. Selection will be based on completion of 4.0 credits including CHM110H5, CHM120H5, ( PHY136H5, PHY137H5)/( PHY146H5, PHY147H5), ( MAT132H5, MAT134H5)/( MAT135H5, MAT136H5)/ MAT134Y5/​ MAT135Y5/​ MAT137Y5 and ERS101H5/​ ERS111H5/​ ENV100Y5 and a minimum CGPA of 2.5.

Completion Requirements:

Within an Honours degree, 14.5 credits are required.

Year 1: BIO152H5, BIO153H5; CHM110H5, CHM120H5; ERS101H5/​ ERS111H5/​ ENV100Y5; ( MAT132H5, MAT134H5)/( MAT135H5, MAT136H5)/ MAT134Y5/​ MAT135Y5/​ MAT137Y5; ( PHY136H5, PHY137H5) / ( PHY146H5, PHY147H5); STA107H5

Year 2: ERS201H5, ERS202H5, ERS203H5, ERS211H5; GGR201H5, GGR217H5, GGR278H5

Year 3 & 4: ERS312H5, ERS315H5, ERS325H5, ERS412H5, ERS471H5/​ ERS472H5; GGR307H5, GGR315H5, GGR317H5, GGR321H5, GGR337H5, GGR338H5; JGE378H5

Notes:

  1. Students are strongly advised to consult the Program Advisors in CPS and/or GGR regarding the program of study.
  2. Additional 400-level courses include ERS470Y and GGR417Y

Students without pre- and co-requisites or written permission of the instructor can be de-registered from courses at any time.


ERSPE1253 | Program Area: Environmental Geosciences

Environmental Law and Policy - Minor (Arts)

Description:

The Minor in Environmental Law & Policy is designed to provide students with a solid foundation in the environmental issues, ethical principles, practices, and case studies relevant to legal, political, and social applications, both in Canada and internationally. The program is intended to prepare students for career paths in law, but also more broadly in the private sector, such as establishing and enforcing environmentally responsible business practices, and in the public sector, such as advising decision-makers and developing and assessing new environmental regulations.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment - Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed ENV100Y5 with a mark of 60% or higher.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required, with at least 1.0 credit at the 300-400 level.

First Year: ENV100Y5

Higher Years: ENV201H5; JPE251H5 and JPE252H5 1.5 additional credits from: ECO373Y5; ENV210H5, ENV311H5, ENV393H5, ENV430H5, ENV435H5; ENV422H1; GGR318H5; GGR329H5; GGR426H5; HIS318H5, HIS319H5; JEP351H5, JEP356H5, JEP452H5; PHL247H5, PHL271H5; POL346Y5

NOTE: Be sure to look ahead and plan to complete the prerequisites for any upper-level elective courses that are of interest to you. The ENV upper-level course electives typically rely only on the program’s core courses as prerequisites, but upper-level electives from other departments could have different prerequisites, so be sure to check the Calendar listings for these courses and their prerequisites.


ERMIN1392 | Program Area: Environmental Management

Environmental Management - Major (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed ENV100Y5 with a mark of 63% or higher.

Completion Requirements:

8.0 credits are required, of which at least 2.0 must be at the 300-400 level.

First Year: 2.0 credits:

  1. Environment Foundation: ENV100Y5
  2. Foundation in Related Disciplines: 1.0 credit from: ANT102H5; ECO100Y5 or ( ECO101H5 and ECO102H5); GGR111H5; POL111H5, POL114H5; SOC100H5

Be sure to look ahead and plan to complete the prerequisites for any upper-level courses that are of interest to you.

Second Year: 3.0 credits:

  1. Environmental Management Core: ENV201H5
  2. Environmental Policy Core: JPE251H5 and JPE252H5 (formerly JPE250Y5)
  3. Social Science/Humanities Core: 0.5 credit from: ANT241H5; ENG259H5; ENV210H5; GGR202H5, GGR207H5, GGR208H5, GGR209H5, GGR210H5, GGR252H5, GGR265H5, GGR288H5; PHL274H5, PHL284H5
  4. Science Core: 0.5 credit from: ANT214H5; BIO201H5, BIO205H5, BIO211H5; ERS201H5; GGR201H5, GGR214H5, GGR217H5, GGR227H5;
  5. Quantitative, Digital, and Analytical Methods Core: 0.5 credit from: GGR276H5, GGR277H5, GGR278H5; STA220H5; or another program-relevant 200/300-level Research Methods course, with permission of the Program Advisor

Upper Years: 3.0 credits:

  1. Environmental Management Perspectives: 1.0 credit from: ENV311H5, ENV320H5, ENV393H5, ENV425H5, ENV430H5, ENV435H5; JEP452H5
  2. Social, Economic & Policy Perspectives: 1.0 credit from: ANT357H5, ANT368H5, ANT370H5, ANT463H5, ANT464H5; ECO373Y5; ENV305H5, ENV311H5, ENV320H5, ENV425H5, ENV430H5, ENV435H5; GGR318H5, GGR322H5, GGR325H5, GGR329H5, GGR333H5, GGR348H5, GGR349H5, GGR353H5, GGR361H5, GGR362H5, GGR365H5, GGR370H5, GGR415H5, GGR418H5, GGR419H5, GGR420H5, GGR426H5, GGR461H5; JEP351H5, JEP356H5, JEP452H5; JGE378H5; POL343Y5, POL346Y5, POL475H5; SOC349H5, SOC356H5, SOC465H5; WRI375H5
  3. Scientific Perspectives: 0.5 credit from: ANT327H5; BIO311H5, BIO331H5, BIO333H5, BIO464H5; ENV495H5, ENV496H5; ERS312H5, ERS313H5, ERS315H5, ERS321H5; GGR304H5, GGR305H5, GGR307H5, GGR309H5, GGR311H5, GGR315H5, GGR316H5, GGR317H5, GGR322H5, GGR337H5, GGR338H5, GGR374H5, GGR375H5, GGR376H5, GGR377H5, GGR383H5, GGR384H5, GGR404H5, GGR406H5, GGR407H5, GGR440H5, GGR484H5; JGE378H5
  4. Field, Project-based, Experiential, and Research Perspectives: 0.5 credit from : ENV299Y5, ENV332H5, ENV399Y5, ENV496H5, ENV497H5; GGR335H5, GGR379H5, GGR389H5; JEG401Y5, JEG417Y5; or another program-relevant Field, Experiential, or Research course, with permission of the Program Advisor

Note: ENV490H5, ENV491H5 can substitute for #1, #2, #3, or #4 as course requirements, where appropriate, and with permission of the Program Advisor or Academic Counsellor.

Note: This is intended to be an interdisciplinary program. At least four different disciplines must be represented among the courses that are counted as program requirements. For example, a course list selected from ENV + GGR + ANT + POL is acceptable, but a course list selected only from ENV + GGR + ANT is not. Please contact the Program Advisors or Academic Counsellor if you have any questions about the validity of your course selections.


ERMAJ1425 | Program Area: Environmental Management

Environmental Management - Minor (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed ENV100Y with a mark of 60% or higher.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required, of which at least 1.0 must be at the 300-400 level.

First Year: 1.0 credit:

  1. Environment Foundation: ENV100Y5

Be sure to look ahead and plan to complete the prerequisites for any upper-level courses that are of interest to you.

Second Year: 1.5 credits:

  1. Environmental Management Core: ENV201H5
  2. Social Science/Humanities Core: 0.5 credit chosen from this list: ENG259H5; ENV210H5; GGR202H5, GGR207H5, GGR208H5, GGR209H5, GGR210H5, GGR252H5, GGR265H5, GGR288H5; JPE251H5, JPE252H5;
  3. Science Core: 0.5 credit chosen from this list: ANT214H5; BIO201H5, BIO205H5, BIO211H5; ERS201H5; GGR201H5, GGR214H5, GGR217H5, GGR227H5;

Third Year: 1.5 credits:

  1. Environmental Management Perspectives:1.0 additional credit chosen from this list: ANT357H5, ANT368H5, ANT370H5, ANT463H5, ANT464H5; ECO373Y5; ENV305H5, ENV311H5, ENV320H5, ENV393H5, ENV425H5, ENV430H5, ENV435H5; GGR318H5, GGR322H5, GGR325H5, GGR329H5, GGR333H5, GGR348H5, GGR349H5, GGR353H5, GGR361H5, GGR362H5, GGR365H5, GGR370H5, GGR415H5, GGR418H5, GGR461H5; JEP351H5, JEP356H5, JEP452H5; JGE378H5; POL475H5; SOC465H5; WRI375H5
  2. Field, Project-based, Experiential, and Research Perspectives: 0.5 credit chosen from this list: ENV299Y5, ENV332H5, ENV399Y5, ENV496H5, ENV497H5; GGR335H5, GGR376H5, GGR379H5, GGR389H5; JEG401Y5, JEG417Y5; or another program-relevant Field, Project-Based, or Research course, with permission of the Program Advisor

Note This is intended to be an interdisciplinary program. At least three different disciplines must be represented among the courses that are counted as program requirements. For example, a course list selected from ENV + GGR + ANT is acceptable, but a course list selected only from ENV + GGR is not. Please contact the Program Advisors or Academic Counsellor if you have any questions about the validity of your course selections.


ERMIN1425 | Program Area: Environmental Management

Environmental Management - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment � Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed ENV100Y5 with a mark of 65% or higher, and who have a CGPA of at least 2.0.

Completion Requirements:

12.0 credits are required, of which at least 4.0 must be at the 300-400 level, including at least 1.0 at the 400 level.

First Year: 3.0 credits:

  1. Environment Foundation: ENV100Y5
  2. Economics Foundations: ECO100Y5 or ( ECO101H5 and ECO102H5)
  3. Foundations in Related Disciplines: 1.0 credit from: ANT102H5; GGR111H5; POL111H5, POL114H5; SOC100H5

Be sure to look ahead and plan to complete the prerequisites for any upper-level courses that are of interest to you.

Second Year: 4.5 credits:

  1. Environmental Management Core: ENV201H5
  2. Environmental Policy Core: JPE251H5 and JPE252H5 (formerly JPE250Y5)
  3. Social Science/Humanities Core: 1.0 credits from: ANT241H5; ENG259H5; ENV210H5, GGR202H5, GGR207H5, GGR208H5, GGR209H5, GGR210H5, GGR252H5, GGR265H5, GGR288H5; PHL274H5, PHL284H5
  4. Science Core: 1.0 credit from: ANT214H5; BIO201H5, BIO205H5, BIO211H5; ERS201H5, ERS202H5, ERS203H5; GGR201H5, GGR214H5, GGR217H5, GGR227H5;
  5. Quantitative, Digital, and Analytical Methods Core: 1.0 credit from: GGR276H5, GGR277H5, GGR278H5; STA220H5, STA221H5

Upper Years: 4.5 credits:

  1. Environmental Management Perspectives: 2.0 credit from: ENV311H5, ENV320H5, ENV393H5, ENV425H5, ENV430H5, ENV435H5; JEP452H5
  2. Social, Economic & Policy Perspectives: 1.0 credits from: ANT357H5, ANT368H5, ANT370H5, ANT463H5, ANT464H5; ECO373Y5; ENV305H5, ENV311H5, ENV320H5, ENV425H5, ENV430H5, ENV435H5; GGR313H5, GGR318H5, GGR322H5, GGR325H5, GGR329H5, GGR333H5, GGR348H5, GGR349H5, GGR353H5, GGR361H5, GGR362H5, GGR363H5, GGR365H5, GGR370H5, GGR385H5, GGR415H5, GGR418H5, GGR419H5, GGR420H5, GGR426H5, GGR461H5; JEP351H5, JEP356H5, JEP452H5; JGE378H5; POL343Y5, POL346Y5, POL475H5; SOC349H5, SOC356H5, SOC465H5; WRI375H5
  3. Scientific Perspectives: 0.5 credit from: ANT327H5; BIO311H5, BIO331H5, BIO333H5, BIO464H5; ENV495H5, ENV496H5; ERS312H5, ERS313H5, ERS315H5, ERS321H5; GGR304H5, GGR305H5, GGR307H5, GGR309H5, GGR311H5, GGR315H5, GGR316H5, GGR317H5, GGR322H5, GGR337H5, GGR338H5, GGR374H5, GGR375H5, GGR376H5, GGR377H5, GGR383H5, GGR384H5, GGR404H5, GGR406H5, GGR407H5, GGR440H5, GGR484H5; JGE378H5;
  4. Field, Project-based, Experiential, and Research Perspectives: 1.0 credit from: ENV299Y5, ENV332H5, ENV399Y5, ENV496H5, ENV497H5; GGR335H5, GGR379H5, GGR389H5; JEG401Y5, JEG417Y5 or another program-relevant Field, Experiential, or Research course, with permission of the Program Advisor

Note: ENV490H5, ENV491H5 can substitute for #1, #2, #3, or #4 as course requirements, where appropriate, and with permission of the Program Advisor or Academic Counsellor.

Note: This is intended to be an interdisciplinary program. At least four different disciplines must be represented among the courses that are counted as program requirements. For example, a course list selected from ENV + GGR + ANT + POL is acceptable, but a course list selected only from ENV + GGR + HIS is not. Please contact the Program Advisors or Academic Counsellor if you have any questions about the validity of your course selections.


ERSPE1425 | Program Area: Environmental Management

Environmental Science - Major (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment - Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed ENV100Y5 with a mark of 63% or higher.

Completion Requirements:

8.0 credits are required, of which at least 2.0 must be at the 300-400 level.

First Year: 3.0 credits:

Be sure to look ahead and plan to complete the prerequisites for any upper-level courses that are of interest to you.

Second Year: 2.5 credits:

Upper Years: 2.5 credits:

Note: ENV490H5, ENV491H5 can substitute for #1, #2, #3, or #4 as course requirements, where appropriate, and with permission of the Program Advisor or Academic Counsellor.

Note:

This is intended to be an interdisciplinary program. At least four different disciplines must be represented among the courses that are counted as program requirements. For example, a course list selected from ENV + GGR + CHM + ERS is acceptable, but a course list selected only from ENV + GGR + ERS is not. Please contact the Program Advisors or Academic Counsellor if you have any questions about the validity of your course selections.


ERMAJ1061 | Program Area: Environmental Science

Environmental Science - Minor (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited to student who have completed ENV100Y5 with a mark of 60% or higher.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required, of which at least 1.0 must be at the 300-400 level.

First Year: 1.0 credit:

  1. Environment Foundation: ENV100Y5

Be sure to look ahead and plan to complete the prerequisites for any upper-level courses that are of interest to you.

Second Year: 2.0 credits:

  1. Environmental Management Core: ENV201H5
  2. Life Sciences Core: 0.5 credit chosen from this list: BIO201H5, BIO205H5, BIO211H5; GGR227H5
  3. Physical Geographical and Earth Sciences Core: 1.0 credit chosen from this list: CHM211H5, CHM242H5; GGR201H5, GGR214H5, GGR217H5; ERS201H5, ERS202H5, ERS203H5; JCP221H5

Upper Years: 1.0 credit:

  1. Field, Project-based, Experiential, and Research Perspectives: 0.5 credit chosen from this list: BIO416H5; ENV299Y5, ENV399Y5, ENV496H5; ENV497H5; ERS325H5; GGR335H5, GGR379H5; JEG400Y5
  2. Biogeochemical Perspectives: 0.5 credit chosen from this list: BIO311H5, BIO331H5, BIO333H5, BIO373H5; ENV495H5, ENV496H5; ERS312H5, ERS315H5, ERS412H5; GGR304H5, GGR305H5, GGR307H5, GGR309H5, GGR311H5, GGR315H5, GGR316H5, GGR317H5, GGR337H5, GGR338H5, GGR372H5, GGR374H5, GGR375H5, GGR376H5, GGR377H5, GGR383H5, GGR384H5, GGR404H5, GGR406H5, GGR407H5, GGR440H5, GGR484H5; JGE378H5;

This is intended to be an interdisciplinary program. At least three different disciplines must be represented among the courses that are counted as program requirements. For example, a course list selected from ENV + BIO + ERS is acceptable, but a course list selected only from ENV + BIO is not. Please contact the Program Advisors or Academic Counsellor if you have any questions about the validity of your course selections.


ERMIN1061 | Program Area: Environmental Science

Environmental Science - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment � Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed ENV100Y5 with a mark of 65% or higher, and who have a CGPA of at least 2.0.

Completion Requirements:

12.0 credits are required, of which at least 4.0 credits must be at the 300-400 level, including at least 1.0 credit at the 400 level.

First Year: 4.0 credits:

Be sure to look ahead and plan to complete the prerequisites for any upper-level courses that are of interest to you.

Second Year: 4.0 credits:

Upper Years: 4.0 credits:

Note: ENV490H5 or ENV491H5 can substitute for #1 or #2 or #3 or or #4 as course requirements, where appropriate, and with permission of the Program Advisor or Academic Counsellor.


Note:

This is intended to be an interdisciplinary program. At least four different disciplines must be represented among the courses that are counted as program requirements. For example, a course list selected from ENV + GGR + CHM + ERS is acceptable, but a course list selected only from ENV + GGR + ERS is not. Please contact the Program Advisors or Academic Counsellor if you have any questions about the validity of your course selections.


ERSPE1061 | Program Area: Environmental Science

Ethics, Law and Society - Minor (Arts)

Description:

This program provides students with a deeper understanding of ethical theories and their application in various social contexts; for example, it examines particular ethical issues concerning health care, the environment, legal systems, and political institutions. Students are required to take courses in philosophy and social sciences. Courses should be selected in consultation with the Faculty Advisor.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required including at least 1.0 credit at the 300/400 level, of which 0.5 credit must be PHL.

  1. 1.0 credit from: PHL101H5 or PHL102H5 or PHL103H5 or PHL105Y5 or PHL113H5 or PHL210Y5 or PHL235H5 or PHL240H5 or PHL241H5 or PHL244H5 or ( PHL239H5 or PHL247H5) or PHL255H5 or PHL258H5 or PHL284H5 or PHL285H5
  2. 0.5 credit from: PHL265H5 or PHL271H5 or PHL275H5
  3. 1.0 credit from: PHL267H5 or PHL273H5 or PHL274H5 or PHL277Y5 or PHL283H5 or PHL284H5 or PHL365H5 or PHL366H5 or PHL367H5 or PHL370H5 or PHL374H5 or PHL376H5 or PHL475H5 or from courses listed in #2 above;
  4. 1.0 credit from: ANT or ECO or POL or SOC
  5. 0.5 credit from: ANT or ECO or POL or SOC or from courses listed in #2 or #3 above.
Note:

Students cannot use more than 1.0 credits from 100-level PHL courses for program completion credit.

Students also cannot use PHL204H5 or PHL277Y5 (or in combination with either PHL265H5 or PHL275H5) for program completion credit.

Where courses exclude each other, at most one of them may be counted for credit toward philosophy program completion.

PHL courses completed in requirements 2, 3 and 5 may not be double counted to fulfill other program requirements in this minor.

All 200-level courses, with the exception of PHL204H5, PHL245H5 and PHL247H5, have the prerequisite that the student has completed at least 4.0 credits at the university. This prerequisite is waived for students who are taking (or have taken) a 100-level course in Philosophy. There are no other prerequisites for any 200-level courses.
All 300-level courses, with the exception of PHL344H5, 347H5, have a prerequisite of 1.5 credits in Philosophy. It is strongly recommended that students prepare for 300-level courses by taking two of the following: PHL103H5 or PHL113H5 or PHL200H5 or PHL210Y5 or PHL245H5 or PHL265H5 or PHL275H5. Some 300-level courses have specific prerequisites or recommended preparation, as described in the course descriptions. Students who do not meet the prerequisite for a particular course but believe that they have adequate preparation should consult the Undergraduate Advisor concerning entry to the course.
The prerequisite for 400-level courses, except PHL451H5, is 4.5 credits in Philosophy.
When choosing your courses, keep in mind that not all courses listed are offered every year. Some courses required to complete a program might be offered only every other year. For courses offered during the current year, consult the UTM Timetable website.

ERMIN1618 | Program Area: Philosophy

Exceptionality in Human Learning - Major (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Admissions to the Exceptionality in Human Learning Major are administratively suspended as of 2019-2020. Students currently enrolled in the program will be allowed to continue.

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have:

  1. completed Gr. 12(4U) Biology and Advanced Functions or equivalent;
  2. completed 4.0 credits;
  3. a grade of at least 75% in PSY100Y5;
  4. successfully completed 1.0 credit from BIO152H5/​ BIO153H5/​ BIO202H5/​ BIO205H5/​ BIO206H5/​ BIO207H5; and
  5. a minimum CGPA of 2.7
Completion Requirements:

7.0-7.5 credits are required, including at least 2.0 credit at the 300/400 level:

First Year: PSY100Y5; 1.0 credit from BIO152H5, BIO153H5, BIO202H5, BIO205H5, BIO206H5, BIO207H5

Higher Years:

  1. PSY201H5/​ ECO220Y5/​ ECO227Y5/​ SOC350H5/​ STA215H5/​ STA218H5/​ STA220H5/​
  2. PSY210H5, PSY240H5
  3. 2.5 credits from the following: PSY310H5, PSY311H5, PSY312H5, PSY313H5, PSY315H5, PSY316H5, PSY317H5, PSY318H5, PSY319H5, PSY321H5, PSY325H5, PSY331H5, PSY333H5, PSY340H5, PSY341H5, PSY343H5, PSY344H5, PSY345H5, PSY346H5, PSY353H5, PSY374H5, PSY376H5, PSY384H5, PSY391H5, PSY392H5, PSY393H5, PSY410H5, PSY440H5, PSY442Y5
  4. 1.0 additional credit from the following: BIO202H5, BIO205H5, BOP206H5, BIO207H5, BIO210Y5, BIO315H5, BIO341H5, BIO370Y5, BIO371H5, BIO372H5, BIO375H5, BIO380H5, BIO403H5, BIO407H5, BIO434H5, BIO443H5, BIO476H5, BIO477H5; ANT202H5, ANT203H5, ANT331H5, ANT332H5, ANT333H5, ANT334H5

ERMAJ1883 | Program Area: Exceptionality in Human Learning, Psychology

Exceptionality in Human Learning - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment is limited to students who have:

1. completed Gr. 12(4U) Biology and Advanced Functions or equivalent;
2. completed 8.0 credits;
3. completed PSY201H5 (or equivalent), PSY210H5, PSY240H5 and at least 1.0 credit of 200-level ANT/BIO/SOC courses with a minimum average of 75% across the 2.5 credits; and
4. a minimum CGPA of 2.70.

Students who do not meet these requirements and/or students who apply after third year must have a psychology average of at least 75% (based on a minimum of PSY201H5 and the next most recent 1.5 credits completed in psychology) as well as an AGPA of at least 2.7. These requirements are based on all courses taken during students' most recent academic year (including Summer, when applicable).

Completion Requirements:

13.0-15.0 credits are required, including at least 5.0 300/400-level credits of which 1.5 must be at the 400-level.

First Year: PSY100Y5 and ( ANT101H5 and ANT102H5) or ( BIO152H5 and BIO153H5) or 1.0 credit from the following courses ( BIO202H5 or BIO205H5 or BIO206H5 or BIO207H5 or SOC100H5)

Second Year:

  1. PSY201H5 or ECO220Y5 or ECO227Y5 or SOC350H5 or STA218H5 or STA220H5
  2. PSY210H5 and PSY240H5
  3. 0.5 credit from the following: PSY202H5 (or equivalent) or PSY270H5 or PSY280H5 or PSY290H5 or JLP285H5

Higher Years:

  1. 3.0 credits from the following: PSY310H5 or PSY311H5 or PSY312H5 or PSY313H5 or PSY314H5 or PSY316H5 or PSY317H5 or PSY318H5 or PSY319H5 or PSY321H5 or PSY325H5 or PSY330H5 or PSY331H5 or PSY333H5 or PSY340H5 or PSY341H5 or PSY343H5 or PSY344H5 or PSY346H5 or PSY353H5 or PSY385H5 or PSY391H5 or PSY392H5 or PSY393H5 or JLP315H5 or JLP383H5 or JLP384H5 or JLP388H5
  2. PSY442Y5 and at least 0.5 credit from the following: PSY400Y5 or PSY401H5 or PSY403H5 or PSY404H5 or PSY405H5 or PSY406H5 or PSY410H5 or PSY415H5 or PSY440H5 or PSY474H5 or PSY495H5 or PSY499H5 or PSY499Y5 or JLP481H5 or JLP483H5
  3. One of the following:
    1. 2.0 credits from: ANT202H5 or ANT203H5 or ANT204H5 or ANT205H5 or ANT206H5 or ANT207H5 or ANT211H5 or ANT212H5 or ANT214H5 or ANT215H5 or ANT220H5 or ANT241H5 or ANT306H5 or ANT322H5 or ANT331H5 or ANT332H5 or ANT333H5 or ANT334H5 or ANT335H5 or ANT337H5 or ANT338H5 or ANT341H5 or ANT350H5 or ANT352H5 or ANT362H5 or ANT364H5 or ANT365H5 or ANT401H5 or ANT403H5 or ANT434H5 or ANT437H5 or ANT460H5 or ANT461H5 or ANT462H5
    2. 2.5 credits from: SOC205H5 or SOC209H5 or SOC211H5 or SOC216H5 or SOC219H5 or SOC224H5 or SOC227H5 or SOC240H5 or SOC244H5 or SOC263H5 or SOC275H5 or SOC304H5 or SOC307H5 or SOC310H5 or SOC316H5 or SOC323H5 or SOC332H5 or SOC333H5 or SOC341H5 or SOC352H5 or SOC356H5 or SOC359H5 or SOC371H5 or SOC375H5 or SOC380H5 or SOC456H5 or SOC457H5
    3. 2.0 credits from: BIO202H5 or BIO205H5 or BIO206H5 or BIO207H5 or BIO210Y5 or BIO315H5 or BIO341H5 or BIO370Y5 or BIO371H5 or BIO372H5 or BIO375H5 or BIO380H5 or BIO403H5 or BIO407H5 or BIO434H5 or BIO443H5 or BIO476H5 or BIO477H5 or ANT202H5 or ANT203H5 or ANT331H5 or ANT332H5 or ANT333H5 or ANT334H5
  4. 2.5 additional credits to be selected from the following (no more than 1.0 credit from any one discipline):
    ANT - Any course in 3(a) not counted previously
    SOC - Any course in 3(b) not counted previously
    BIO - Any course in 3(c) not counted previously
    CHM - CHM242H5 or CHM243H5 or CHM341H5 or CHM345H5 or CHM347H5 or CHM361H5 or CHM362H5
    ENG - ENG234H5 or ENG384H5
    FRE - FRE227Y5 or FRE355H5
    HIS - HIS310H5 or HIS326Y5 or HIS338H5
    LIN - LIN101H5 or LIN102H5 or LIN256H5 or LIN358H5 or LIN380H5 or JLP285H5
    JAL - JAL253H5 or JAL355H5
    PHL - PHL243H5 or PHL244H5 or PHL255H5 or PHL267H5 or PHL271H5 or PHL272H5 or PHL274H5 or PHL277Y5 or PHL282H5 or PHL283H5 or PHL290H5 or PHL350H5 or PHL355H5 or PHL357H5 or PHL358H5 or PHL367H5 or PHL370H5 or PHL374H5 or PHL376H5
    RLG - RLG314H5
    WGS - Any course
Note:

Students intending to complete Biology courses to satisfy Exceptionality in Human Learning - Specialist requirements, should thoroughly review Biology prerequisite requirements prior to enrolment to determine eligibility.


ERSPE1883 | Program Area: Exceptionality in Human Learning, Psychology

Financial Economics - Specialist (Science)

Description:

This program is intended for students planning careers in finance. It prepares students for jobs in banks, investment services, insurance companies, and finance departments of corporations and government agencies. This program will also prepare students for graduate studies in Economics or Financial Economics. Many courses in the program have a technical or analytical focus. This program has a stronger focus on courses related to Financial Economics than the Economics Specialist program (ERSPE1478).

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited to students with:

There will be a limited number of spaces available to students with 8.0 credits (including the prerequisites listed above) and a CGPA of 3.30 or with the approval of the Chair or Associate Chair of the Economics Department.

Students enrolled in this program cannot be simultaneously enrolled in the Economics Specialist (ERSPE1478), Economics Specialist-BCOM(ERSPE0137), Economics Major (ERMAJ1478), Economics Minor (ERMIN1478), or Commerce: Finance Specialist (ERSPE2034) program.



Completion Requirements:

13.0 credits, including at least 1.0 credit at the 400 level.

First Year:

  1. ECO100Y5 or ( ECO101H5 and ECO102H5)
  2. One of the following:
    1. MAT133Y5 and MAT233H5; or
    2. MAT135H5 and MAT136H5 and MAT223H5

Note: ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) can be replaced by ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or MAT137Y5 or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or MAT157Y1

Higher Years:

  1. ECO206Y5
  2. ECO208Y5
  3. ECO227Y5 or ( STA256H5 and STA260H5)
  4. ECO325H5 and ECO326H5
  5. ECO375H5
  6. ECO358H5 and ECO359H5
  7. 5.0 credits of ECO at the 300/400-level of which at least 1.5 credits must be chosen from ECO348H5, ECO349H5, ECO356H1, ECO434H5, ECO440H5, ECO456H5, ECO460H5, ECO461H5, ECO462H1, ECO463H5, ECO475H5. Not more than 1.0 credit in Economic History.

ERSPE2722 | Program Area: Economics

Forensic Anthropology - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Admission into the Forensic Anthropology Specialist Program is by special application only. To be considered for admission into the program, ALL students, including students admitted into the 1st year Forensic Science category, MUST submit a direct online application in addition to their ACORN request, upon completing the minimum program entry requirements.

Note: Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission into the program.

Application for admission into the program for ALL students can be found at: Program Application | Forensic Science (utoronto.ca)

Forensic Anthropology is a Type 3 program, and applications are open for Round 1 only. There is no Round 2 admission period.

Forensic Science Applications Open: March 1 of each year
Forensic Science Application Deadline: May 1 of each year

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Minimum Requirements:

  1. Completion of 4.0 credits; including 3.0 science credits.
  2. Completion of FSC239Y5 with 70% or better in their first successful attempt.
  3. Completion of ANT101H5 with 75% or better and ANT102H5 with 75% or better
  4. Completion of BIO152H5 with 65% or better and BIO153H5 with 65% or better
  5. A minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 3.2
    The actual minimum CGPA varies from year to year but is never lower than 3.2

Students applying to enroll after second year must have:

  1. Admission category designation as 'FSC1'
  2. Completed 8.0 credits
  3. Completed ANT200H5, ANT202H5, ANT203H5 and ANT205H5 with 75% or better in each.
  4. Completed FSC239Y5 with a 70% or better in their first attempt.
  5. A minimum cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 3.2.

Students applying to this program in the 2024-2025 Academic Year (for program entry in the 2025-2026 Academic Year) will be required to have Grade 12(4U) Advanced Functions or equivalent.

Completion Requirements:

A minimum of 15.5 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. ANT101H5, ANT102H5
  2. BIO152H5, BIO153H5
  3. FSC239Y5

( ISP100H5 is strongly encouraged).

Second Year:

  1. Statistics Requirement (recommended completion prior to fourth year): ANT407H5 / FSC341H5
    * STA215H5 will no longer be accepted as an option to satisfy the Statistics requirement past September 2027.
  2. ANT200H5, ANT202H5, ANT203H5, ANT205H5
  3. FSC271H5

Third Year:

  1. IDENT Requirement: ( FSC300H5, FSC302H5) / ( FSC210H5, FSC303H5)
  2. ANT306H5, ANT312H5/​ ANT317H5, ANT334H5, ANT340H5
  3. FSC316H5, FSC330H5, FSC335H5, FSC340H5, FSC360H5

Fourth Year:

  1. Capstone Requirement: FSC481Y5 / ( FSC482H5, FSC483H5) / ( FSC482H5, FSC484H5) / ( FSC482H5, FSC485H5) / ( FSC482H5, FSC407H5)
    Note: Students seeking an IDENT capstone placement must have FSC302H5 completed prior to their capstone year.
  2. ANT415H5, ANT436H5/​ FSC307H5/​ FSC314H5, ANT439H5, ANT441H5
  3. FSC401H5, FSC439H5
Note:
  1. The program requirements in effect at the time the student is admitted to the program must be met in order to fulfill the degree requirements.
  2. Prospective students already holding a degree in Anthropology may not complete the Forensic Anthropology Specialist Program due to the overlap of course content for courses already completed in their first specialty.
  3. Students without pre- and co-requisites or written permission of the instructor can be de-registered from courses at any time. Once a student has been admitted into a FSC program stream, written authorization from the Forensic Science program advisor MUST be obtained for any request of change in a student's area of study within the Forensic Science program.

ERSPE1338 | Program Area: Forensic Science

Forensic Biology - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Admission into the Forensic Biology Specialist Program is by special application only. To be considered for admission into the program, ALL students, including students admitted into the 1st year Forensic Science category, MUST submit a direct online application in addition to their ACORN request, upon completing the minimum program entry requirements.

Note: Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission into the program.

Application for admission into the program for ALL students can be found at: Program Application | Forensic Science (utoronto.ca)

Forensic Biology is a Type 3 program, and applications are open for Round 1 only. There is no Round 2 admission period.

Forensic Science Applications Open: March 1 of each year
Forensic Science Application Deadline: May 1 of each year

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Minimum Requirements:

  1. Completion of 4.0 credits; including 3.0 science credits
  2. Completion of FSC239Y5 with 70% or better in their first successful attempt.
  3. Completion of BIO152H5 with 75% or better and BIO153H5 with 75% or better
  4. Completion of CHM110H5 with 65% or better and CHM120H5 with 65% or better
  5. Completion of ( MAT132H5, MAT134H5) / ( MAT135H5, MAT136H5)
  6. Completion of PHY136H5
  7. A minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 3.2.
    The actual minimum CGPA requirement varies from year to year but is never lower than 3.2
Completion Requirements:

A minimum of 15.5 - 16.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. BIO152H5, BIO153H5
  2. CHM110H5, CHM120H5
  3. FSC239Y5
  4. ( MAT132H5, MAT134H5) / ( MAT135H5, MAT136H5)
  5. PHY136H5

( ISP100H5 is strongly encouraged).

Second Year:

  1. Statistics Requirement: BIO259H5 (strongly recommended) / FSC341H5
  2. BIO206H5, BIO207H5
  3. ( BIO208H5, BIO209H5) / FSC316H5
  4. CHM242H5, CHM243H5
  5. FSC271H5

Third and Fourth Years:

  1. IDENT Requirement: ( FSC300H5, FSC302H5) / ( FSC210H5, FSC303H5)
  2. BIO362H5; CHM361H5; FSC315H5, FSC330H5, FSC335H5, FSC340H5, FSC360H5
  3. Capstone Requirement: FSC481Y5 / ( FSC482H5, FSC483H5) / ( FSC482H5, FSC484H5) / ( FSC482H5, FSC485H5) / ( FSC482H5, FSC407H5)
    Note: Students seeking an IDENT capstone placement must have FSC302H5 completed prior to their capstone year.
  4. BIO458H5 / BIO372H5 / BIO341H5; FSC415H5, FSC416H5,
  5. 0.5 additional credits from: BIO341H5, BIO374H5, FSC307H5, FSC314H5, FSC350H5, FSC370H5, FSC371H5, FSC401H5, FSC402H5, FSC406H5, FSC407H5
Note:
  1. The program requirements in effect at the time the student is admitted to the program must be met in order to fulfill the degree requirements.
  2. Prospective students already holding a degree in Biology may not complete the Forensic Biology Specialist Program due to the overlap of course content already completed in their first specialty.
  3. Students without pre- and co-requisites or written permission of the instructor can be de-registered from courses at any time.
  4. Once a student has been admitted into a Forensic Program of Study, written authorization from the Forensic Science Program advisor MUST be obtained for any request of change in a student's area of study within the Forensic Science Program.

ERSPE1410 | Program Area: Forensic Science

Forensic Chemistry - Specialist (Science)

Description:

This program is accredited by the Canadian Society for Chemistry.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Admission into the Forensic Chemistry Specialist Program is by special application only. To be considered for admission into the program, ALL students, including students admitted into the 1st year Forensic Science category, must submit a direct online application in addition to their ACORN request, upon completing the minimum program entry requirements.

Note: Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission into the program.

Application for admission into the program for ALL students can be found at: Program Application | Forensic Science (utoronto.ca)

Forensic Chemistry is a Type 3 program, and applications are open for Round 1 only. There is no Round 2 admission period.

Forensic Science Applications Open: March 1 of each year
Forensic Science Application Deadline: May 1 of each year

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Minimum Requirements:

  1. Completion of 4.0 credits; including 3.0 science credits.
  2. Completion of CHM110H5 with 65% or better and CHM120H5 with 65% or better.
  3. Completion of FSC239Y5 with 70% or better in their first successful attempt.
  4. Completion of ( MAT132H5, MAT134H5) / ( MAT135H5, MAT136H5)
  5. Completion of PHY136H5
  6. A minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 3.2.
    The actual minimum CGPA requirement varies from year to year but is never lower than 3.2
Completion Requirements:

A minimum of 16.5 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. CHM110H5, CHM120H5
  2. BIO152H5
  3. FSC239Y5
  4. ( MAT132H5, MAT134H5) / ( MAT135H5, MAT136H5)
  5. PHY136H5, PHY137H5

( ISP100H5 is strongly encouraged).

Second Year:

  1. Statistics Requirement: BIO259H5/​ FSC341H5/​ STA220H5
  2. JCP221H5; CHM211H5, CHM231H5, CHM242H5, CHM243H5
  3. FSC271H5

Third and Fourth Year:

  1. IDENT Requirement: ( FSC300H5, FSC302H5) / (( FSC210H5 or FSC370H5), FSC303H5)
  2. CHM311H5, CHM331H5/​ CHM333H5, CHM361H5, CHM396H5, CHM397H5
  3. FSC311H5, FSC330H5, FSC340H5, FSC360H5, FSC402H5, FSC403H5
  4. CHM414H5, CHM416H5
  5. Capstone Requirement: FSC481Y5 / ( FSC482H5, FSC483H5) / ( FSC482H5, FSC484H5) / ( FSC482H5, FSC485H5) / ( FSC482H5, FSC407H5)
    Note: Students seeking an IDENT capstone placement must have FSC302H5 completed prior to their capstone year.

The following courses are highly recommended for students interested in Forensic Toxicology: BIO200H5, FSC370H5, FSC371H5

Note:
  1. Students are strongly advised to consult the program advisor regarding their program of study.
  2. Corequisite for CHM372H5 is CHM361H5.
  3. The program requirements in effect at the time the student is admitted to the program must be met in order to fulfill the degree requirements.
  4. Prospective students already holding a degree in Chemistry, cannot complete a Forensic Chemistry Specialist Program due to the overlap of course content for courses already completed in their first specialty.
  5. Students without pre- and co-requisites or written permission of the instructor can be de-registered from courses at any time.
  6. Once a student has been admitted into a FSC program stream, written authorization from the Forensic Science program advisor MUST be obtained for any request of change in a student's area of study within the Forensic Science program.

ERSPE1009 | Program Area: Forensic Science

Forensic Psychology - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Admission into the Forensic Psychology Specialist Program is by special application only. To be considered for admission into the program, ALL students, including students admitted into the 1st year Forensic Science category, MUST submit a direct online application in addition to their ACORN request, upon completing the minimum program entry requirements.

Note: Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission into the program.

Application for admission into the program for ALL students can be found at: Program Application | Forensic Science (utoronto.ca)

Forensic Psychology is a Type 3 program, and applications are open for Round 1 only. There is no Round 2 admission period.

Forensic Science Applications Open: March 1 of each year
Forensic Science Application Deadline: May 1 of each year

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Minimum Requirements:

  1. Completion of 4.0 credits, including 3.0 science credits
  2. Completion of PSY100Y5 with a minimum average of 75% or better
  3. Completion of BIO152H5 with 65% or better and BIO153H5 with 65% or better
  4. Completion of FSC239Y5 with 70% or better in their first attempt.
  5. A minimum cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 3.2.
    The actual minimum CGPA requirement varies from year to year but is never lower than 3.2

Students applying to enroll after second year must also have:

  1. Admission category designation as 'FSC1'
  2. Completed 8.0 credits.
  3. Completed PSY201H5, PSY202H5 (or equivalent), FSC220H5, and at least an additional 1.0 credit in 200 series PSY courses with a minimum average of 77% for those five half courses
  4. Completed FSC239Y5 with a 70% or better in their first attempt.
  5. A minimum cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 3.2.
Completion Requirements:

A minimum of 15.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. BIO152H5, BIO153H5
  2. FSC239Y5
  3. PSY100Y5

( ISP100H5 is strongly encouraged).

Second Year:

  1. Statistics Requirement: PSY201H5, PSY202H5
  2. FSC271H5, FSC220H5
  3. PSY210H5, PSY220H5, PSY230H5, PSY240H5, PSY270H5/​ PSY280H5/​ PSY290H5/​ JLP285H5

Third and Fourth Year:

  1. IDENT Requirement: ( FSC300H5, FSC302H5) / ( FSC303H5, FSC316H5)
  2. FSC320H5, FSC330H5, FSC335H5, FSC360H5, FSC370H5; PSY309H5, PSY328H5/​ PSY340H5/​ PSY341H5/​ PSY393H5, PSY344H5/​ PSY346H5
  3. Capstone Requirement: FSC481Y5 / ( FSC482H5, FSC483H5) / ( FSC482H5, FSC484H5) / ( FSC482H5, FSC485H5) / ( FSC482H5, FSC407H5)
    Note: Students seeking an IDENT capstone placement must have FSC302H5 completed prior to their capstone year.

  4. 0.5 credits from the following laboratory-based courses: PSY329H5, PSY369H5
  5. 0.5 credits from the following: FSC314H5, FSC350H5, FSC351H5, FSC361H5, FSC371H5, FSC401H5, FSC402H5, FSC403H5, FSC406H5, FSC407H5
  6. 0.5 credit from PSY 400 level series courses
 
 
 
 
Note:
  1. The program requirements in effect at the time the student is admitted to the program must be met in order to fulfill the degree requirements.
  2. Prospective students already holding a degree in Psychology may not complete a Forensic Psychology Specialist Program due to the overlap of course content for courses already completed in their first specialty .
  3. Students without pre- and co-requisites or written permission of the instructor can be de-registered from courses at any time.
  4. Once a student has been admitted into a FSC program stream, written authorization from the Forensic Science program advisor MUST be obtained for any request of change in a student's area of study within the Forensic Science program.

ERSPE1505 | Program Area: Forensic Science

Forensic Science - Major (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Admission into the Forensic Science Major program is by special application ONLY and MUST be completed in conjunction with a second approved Science Major (see Notes 'Second Major' below). To be considered for admission into the program, ALL students, including students admitted into the 1st year Forensic Science category, MUST submit a direct online FSC Application, upon completing the Minimum Program Requirements listed below.

Note: Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission into the program.

Application for admission into the program for ALL students can be found at: Program Application | Forensic Science (utoronto.ca)

Forensic Science is a Type 3 program, and applications are open for Round 1 only. There is no Round 2 admission period.

Forensic Science Applications Open: March 1 of each year
Forensic Science Application Deadline: May 1 of each year

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Minimum Requirements:

  1. Completion of 4.0 credits; including 3.0 science credits.
  2. Completion of FSC239Y5 with 70% or better in the first successful attempt.
  3. Completion of CHM110H5, CHM120H5 with 65% or better.
  4. Completion of ( MAT132H5, MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5, MAT136H5)
  5. Completion of PHY136H5
  6. A minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of at least 2.7
    The actual minimum CGPA requirement varies from year to year but is never lower than 2.7
  7. Enrolment in an Approved Second Major (See Second Major Notes: 1).
Completion Requirements:

Note: This program must be taken concurrently with a second Major program (see notes below).

8.5 credits are required including at least 2.0 at the 300/400 level.

First Year:

  1. BIO152H5, BIO153H5
  2. CHM110H5, CHM120H5
  3. FSC239Y5
  4. ( MAT132H5, MAT134H5) / ( MAT135H5, MAT136H5)
  5. PHY136H5.

( ISP100H5 is strongly encouraged).

Second Year:

  1. CHM242H5, CHM243H5
  2. FSC271H5
  3. Statistics Requirement: ANT407H5/​ BIO259H5/​ PSY201H5/​ FSC341H5*

Third Year:

  1. IDENT Requirement: FSC303H5/​ FSC300H5
  2. FSC330H5; FSC360H5

Fourth Year:

  1. 0.5 credit from the following: FSC302H5, FSC307H5, FSC311H5, FSC314H5, FSC315H5, FSC316H5, FSC320H5, FSC335H5, FSC340H5, FSC350H5, FSC351H5, FSC361H5, FSC370H5, FSC401H5, FSC402H5, FSC403H5, FSC406H5, FSC407H5, FSC416H5, FSC430H5, FSC489H5

* STA215H5 will no longer be accepted as an option to satisfy the Statistics requirement past September 2027.

Note:
  1. The Forensic Science Major MUST be completed in conjunction with one of the following approved second major programs: Anthropology (Science), Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science or Psychology (Other 2nd Majors may be possible with permission of the Forensic Science program director.
  2. Students intending to complete the Forensic Science Major with an Anthropology Major MUST select the ERMAJ0105 Anthropology (Science) Major. As part of the ANT (SCI) Major requirement of 3.0 additional ANT credits, students are recommended to choose from the following: ANT205H5; ANT306H5, ANT334H5, ANT340H5, ANT415H5, ANT436H5, ANT439H5.
  3. For information on program requirements and enrolment procedures for each of the second major programs, students should consult the individual departmental faculty advisor or the departmental program descriptions listed within this calendar.
  4. In each of the 2nd majors, certain courses are compulsory and where a choice of courses is available, students should consult the Forensic Science Student Advisor for the most appropriate selection.
  5. The program requirements in effect at the time the student is admitted to the program must be met in order to fulfill the degree requirements.
  6. Once a student has been admitted into a FSC program stream, written authorization from the Forensic Science program advisor MUST be obtained for any request of change in a student's area of study within the Forensic Science program, including the second science major.
  7. Prospective students already holding a degree in Biology, Chemistry, Psychology or Anthropology may not complete a Forensic Science program in their first specialty due to the overlap of course content for courses already completed.

ERMAJ0205 | Program Area: Forensic Science

Forensic Science - Minor (Science)

Description:

A minor program that can be taken in combination with any specialist or major program, including from the Social Sciences and Humanities. The minor program introduces students to the core tenets of Forensic Science: evidence recovery; scientific analysis; quality assurance; evidence-based interpretation; peer review; and communication of results as they relate to the Canadian legal system. Students will be exposed to forensic techniques and approaches, helping them to understand how they can be utilized in other fields of study. This program will complement degrees in criminology, sociology, geography, political science, and any other field that intersects with the legal system. Students will learn forensic theory and at least one applied skill set through lectures and labs.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — A final grade of 75% is required in FSC239Y5.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required.

First Year: FSC239Y5

Second Year: FSC271H5

Third Year: FSC303H5, FSC360H5 and 0.5 credit from FSC210H5, FSC220H5, FSC307H5, FSC311H5, FSC314H5, FSC315H5, FSC316H5, FSC320H5, FSC330H5, FSC335H5, FSC350H5, FSC351H5, FSC361H5, FSC370H5,

Fourth Year:

Some third-year and fourth-year courses listed above have additional pre-requisites. Students interested in these courses should plan their courses appropriately to ensure that the stated pre-requisites are met. Students without pre- and co-requisites or written permission of the instructor can be de-registered from courses at any time.


ERMIN0205 | Program Area: Forensic Science

Francophone Studies - Minor (Arts)

Description:

For students wishing to develop an understanding and appreciation of the mentality and diversity that Francophone cultures express.

Admissions to the Francophone Minor Program (ERMIN1054) are administratively suspended as of 2017-2018. Students currently enrolled in the program will be allowed to continue.

Completion Requirements:

2.0 FSL credits plus 2.0 FRC credits including 1.0 at the 300 level.


ERMIN1054 | Program Area: French

French and Italian - Specialist (Arts)

Description:

Admissions to the French and Italian Specialist Program (ERSPE0815) are administratively suspended as of 2017-2018. Students currently enrolled in the program will be allowed to continue.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Final grade of 63% in FRE180H5 and FRE181H5 (or equivalent) is required.

Completion Requirements:

14.0 credits are required. The program must include a minimum of 4.0 300/400 level credits (2.0 in French and 2.0 in Italian) and 1.0 credit at the 400 level (either in French or in Italian).

French
7.0 credits are required.

First Year: FRE180H5 and FRE181H5 (minimum grade of 63% is required) or equivalent. Students exempted from these courses may replace them with a higher level 1.0 credit in FRE.

Higher Years:
1. FRE240Y5 (or FRE240H5 and FRE241H5)
2. FRE280Y5, FRE382H5, FRE383H5
3. 1.0 credit from French Linguistics
4. 1.0 credit from French Literary and Cultural Studies
5. 1.0 additional credit in French linguistics or literature

Course Categories:
French Linguistics: FRE372H5, FRE373H5, 376H5, 378H5, 387H5, 474H5, 476H5, 489H5
French Literary and Cultural Studies: FRE312H5, FRE316H5, FRE317H5, FRE319H5; FRE320H5, FRE356H5, FRE357H5; FRE363H5, FRE364H5, FRE365H5, FRE367H5, FRE368H5, FRE369H5; FRE391H5, FRE393H5, FRE397H5; FRE445H5, FRE446H5, FRE474H5
Language Teaching & Learning: FRE325H5, FRE345H5, FRE352H5, FRE353H5, FRE355H5, FRE474H5, LTL380H5, LTL417H5, LTL456H5, LTL486H5, LTL488H5

Italian
7.0 credits are required. Written work will be done in Italian in all courses.
1. ITA200Y5
2. ITA350Y5
3. 1.0 credit from ITA237H5, 239H5, 354Y5
4. ITA231H5/​ ITA232H5, ITA420Y5
5. 2.0 additional credits in ITA, excluding ITA100Y5/​101H5/ 102H5. Courses not used in #1 above may be used. At least 1.0 credit must be in Italian literature (excluding those in item #2 above).


ERSPE0815 | Program Area: French, Italian

French Studies - Major (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — 63% required in FRE180H5 and FRE181H5 or equivalent.

Completion Requirements:

8.0 credits are required, of which 0.5 credit must be a 400-level FRE linguistics/literature course.

First Year: FRE180H5, FRE181H5 (or equivalent). Students exempted from these courses must replace them with a higher level 1.0 credit in FRE.

Second Year: FRE240H5, FRE272H5, FRE282H5, FRE283H5

Third and Fourth Years:

  1. FRE382H5 and FRE380H5/​ FRE383H5/​ FRE442H5

  2. 4.0 credits to be completed in ONE area of concentration (French Linguistics or French & Francophone Literary and Cultural Studies)


    Course Categories
  1. French Linguistics: FRE325H5, FRE355H5, FRE376H5, FRE377H5, FRE378H5, FRE384H5, FRE385H5, FRE387H5, FRE389H5, FRE399H5, FRE399Y5, FRE487H5, FRE488H5, FRE489H5, FRE490Y5, FRE491H5, FRE492H5, JFL369H5, JFL388H5, JFL389H5, JFL454H5.
  2. French & Francophone Literary and Cultural Studies: FRE312H5, FRE316H5, FRE342H5, FRE343H5, FRE356H5, FRE363H5, FRE364H5, FRE367H5, FRE369H5, FRE370H5, FRE391H5, FRE393H5, FRE395H5, FRE397H5, FRE398H5, FRE399H5, FRE399Y5, FRE440H5, FRE445H5, FRE446H5, FRE482H5, FRE490Y5, FRE491H5, FRE492H5.
Note:
  1. Students cannot be enrolled simultaneously in more than one French program (French Studies - Specialist, French Studies - Major, Language Teaching and Learning: French - Major, French Studies - Minor, Functional French - Minor)
  2. Courses with an FSL designator cannot be counted towards a Major or Specialist program in French Studies.
  3. No more than 1.0 credit in FRE taught in English (such as FRE342H5, JFL369H5, JFL388H5, JFL389H5, JFL454H5) can be counted towards a Major program in French.

ERMAJ1295 | Program Area: French

French Studies - Minor (Arts)

Description:

For students wishing to choose a combination of language, literature and/or linguistic offerings with limited access to core French courses.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits of FRE are required, which must include:

  1. A minimum of 2.0 credits of FRE language from the following: FRE180H5/​ FRE181H5/​ FRE282H5/​ FRE283H5/​ FRE382H5/​ FRE383H5/​ FRE442H5/​ FRE482H5
  2. 1.0 credit of FRE at the 300/400 level.
  3. Additional FRE credits to fulfill 4.0 credits.
Note:
  1. Students cannot be enrolled simultaneously in more than one French program (French Studies - Specialist, French Studies - Major, Language Teaching and Learning: French - Major, French Studies - Minor, Functional French - Minor).
  2. Courses offered in English are excluded unless permission is granted by the Department prior to students taking the course.

ERMIN1135 | Program Area: French

French Studies - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Minimum grade of 63% required in FRE180H5 and FRE181H5 (or equivalent course).

Completion Requirements:

10.0 credits are required, including at least 5.0 300/400 level credits in literature/linguistics, 1.0 of which must be a 400 level credit.

First Year: FRE180H5, FRE181H5 (or equivalent). Students exempted from these courses must replace them with a higher level 1.0 credit in FRE.

Second Year: FRE240H5, FRE227H5, FRE272H5, FRE282H5, FRE283H5

Third and Fourth Years:

  1. FRE382H5, FRE380H5/​ FRE383H5, FRE442H5/​ FRE482H5

  2. 4.5 FRE credits to be completed within ONE area of concentration:
    - French Linguistics
    - French & Francophone Literary and Cultural Studies

  3. FRE491H5/​ FRE492H5

Course Categories:
French Linguistics: FRE325H5, FRE355H5, FRE376H5, FRE377H5, FRE378H5, FRE384H5, FRE385H5, FRE387H5, FRE389H5, FRE399H5, FRE399Y5, FRE490Y5, FRE491H5, FRE492H5, JFL369H5, JFL388H5, JFL389H5, JFL454H5, FRE487H5, FRE488H5, FRE489H5.

French & Francophone Literary and Cultural Studies: FRE312H5, FRE316H5, FRE342H5, FRE343H5, FRE356H5, FRE363H5, FRE364H5, FRE367H5, FRE369H5, FRE370H5, FRE391H5, FRE393H5, FRE395H5, FRE397H5, FRE398H5, FRE399H5, FRE399Y5, FRE440H5, FRE445H5, FRE446H5, FRE482H5, FRE491H5, FRE492H5.


Note:
  1. Students cannot be enrolled simultaneously in more than one French program (French Studies - Specialist, French Studies - Major, Language Teaching and Learning: French - Major, French Studies - Minor, Functional French - Minor)
  2. Courses with an FSL designator cannot be counted towards a Major or Specialist program in French Studies.
  3. No more than 1.0 FRE credits taught in English (such as FRE342H5, JFL369H5, JFL388H5, JFL389H5, JFL454H5) can be counted towards a Specialist program in French.

ERSPE1295 | Program Area: French

Functional French - Minor (Arts)

Description:

For students seeking a level of linguistic and cultural competence necessary for using the French language in professional Francophone environments.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required.

  1. FSL105H5 and FSL106H5
  2. FSL205H5 and FSL206H5 (or FSL205Y5)
  3. FSL305H5 and FSL306H5 (or FSL305Y5).
  4. The remaining credits can be chosen from the following list: FSL405H5, FSL406H5, FSL466H5, or other suitable FRE/FSL courses recommended and pre-approved by the Department.

Note:
  1. Students exempted from any of the above courses due to placement test results must consult with the Department for other suitable FRE/FSL course recommendations.
  2. Courses offered in English are excluded.
  3. Students cannot be enrolled simultaneously in more than one French program (French Studies - Specialist, French Studies - Major, Language Teaching and Learning: French - Major, French Studies - Minor, Functional French - Minor).

ERMIN1000 | Program Area: French

Game Studies - Minor (Arts)

Description:

The Game Studies Minor focuses on the analysis, history, and theory of games as cultural, artistic, and technological forms as well as on game design, with a strong emphasis on games as a narrative and world-making medium. Courses in the Minor adopt humanistic and social science approaches to studying the evolution of games, the game production industry, games as rhetorical devices, and the diverse communities who make and play games. As they become sophisticated critics of games, students learn fundamental principles and methodologies in the creation and testing of tabletop, role-playing, and digital games and gain practice in the use of game engines.

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in this program is limited. To qualify, students must have completed 4.0 credits and achieved a minimum 65% grade in each of the ENG110H5 and CCT109H5.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required, including 1.0 credit at the 300/ 400 level)

First Year: ENG110H5 and CCT109H5

Second Year: ENG263H5 and CCT270H5

Higher Years:


Note:
  1. Students must complete 1.5 credit of ENG courses and 1.5 credit of CCT courses as part of the Game Studies Minor.
  2. As an additional course option, CSC389H5 may be used toward program completion, depending on the course topic. Students interested in completing CSC389H5 for the Minor must obtain permission from the Department of English & Drama in advance.

ERMIN2023 | Program Area: English

Geographical Information Systems - Major (Science)

Description:

The GIS BSc offers an analytical perspective on geographical information. In-depth studies, beyond basic geography, include mapping, spatial analysis, digital databases with specializations in modeling, statistical analysis and remote sensing.

Completion Requirements:

7.5 credits are required.

First Year (1.0 credit):

  • 1.0 credit at the 100-level

Second Year (2.0 credits):

Third/Fourth Year (4.5 credits):

Note:

Students may take no more than 2.0 credits combined in ROP, individual project courses, or thesis courses at the 300/400 level for credit toward their GIS program. Students must receive permission from Faculty Program Advisor and Academic Counsellor prior to taking GGR courses on other U of T campuses toward their program requirement. No more than 1.0 non-U of T Mississauga credit is accepted in the Geography Specialist program; and no more than 0.5 non-U of T Mississauga credit in the Geography and GIS Major programs. No substitution is allowed for GGR276H5, GGR278H5, GGR321H5, GGR337H5, GGR382H5.



ERMAJ0305 | Program Area: Geographical Information Systems

Geographical Information Systems - Minor (Science)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required.

Second Year: 1.0 credit:

Third/Fourth Year: 3.0 credits

Note:

Students may take no more than 2.0 credits combined in ROP, individual project courses, or thesis courses at the 300/400 level for credit toward their GIS program. Students must receive permission from Faculty Program Advisor and Academic Counsellor prior to taking GGR courses on other U of T campuses toward their program requirement. No more than 1.0 non-U of T Mississauga credit is accepted in the Geography Specialist program; and no more than 0.5 non-U of T Mississauga credit in the Geography and GIS Major programs. No substitution is allowed for GGR276H5, GGR278H5, GGR321H5, GGR337H5, GGR382H5


ERMIN0305 | Program Area: Geographical Information Systems

Geography - Major (Arts)

Description:

Students enrolled in the major Geography Arts program are required to complete a minimum of six field days over the course of their program. Field days may be accumulated either through a geography field course and/or through geography courses with field day components as indicated in course descriptions.

Completion Requirements:

7.0 credits and 6 Field Days are required.

First Year: 1.0 credit:

Second Year: 2.5 credits:

Third/Fourth Year: 3.5 credits:

Field Days: 6 days

Six days accumulated either through a geography field course and/or through geography courses with field day components as indicated in course descriptions.


ERMAJ1666 | Program Area: Geography

Geography - Major (Science)

Description:

Students enrolled in the specialist Geography Science program are required to complete a minimum of eight field days over the course of their program. Field days may be accumulated either through a geography field course and/or through geography courses with field day components as indicated in course descriptions.

Completion Requirements:

8.0 credits and 8 Field Days are required.

First Year: 2.0 credits:

Second Year: 2.5 credits:

Third Year: 3.0 credits:

Fourth Year: 0.5 credit:

Field Days: 8 days:

Eight days accumulated either through a geography field course and/or through geography courses with field day components as indicated in course descriptions.

ROP/Project courses: Maximum 2.0 credits:

Students may take no more than 2.0 credits combined in ROP, individual project courses, or thesis courses at the 300/400 level for credit toward a Geography Major program.


ERMAJ2070 | Program Area: Geography

Geography - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required, of which 1.0 credit must be at the 300/400 level:


ERMIN1666 | Program Area: Geography

Geography - Minor (Science)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 Credits are required:


ERMIN2070 | Program Area: Geography

Geography - Specialist (Arts)

Description:

The Geography BA program brings together many subjects of interest, ranging from community health issues, urban form and globalization to electoral politics, transportation and economic development. The program emphasizes the development of quantitative and qualitative analytical skills, including cartography, analysis of spatial data, social theory and archival work, which it supplements with field work and collaborative research opportunities. Through their training, geography BA students will become highly skilled and flexible problem solvers, preparing them for some of today's most dynamic areas of the job market.

Students enrolled in the specialists Geography Arts program are required to complete a minimum of six field days over the course of their program. Field days may be accumulated either through a geography field course and/or though geography courses with field day components as indicated in course descriptions.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed GGR111H5 and GGR112H5 and have a Cumulative Grade Point Avof 2.7 (B-) in 2nd year program courses.

Completion Requirements:

10.0 credits and 6 Field Days are required.

First Year: 1.0 credit:

  1. GGR111H5 and GGR112H5

Second Year: 3.0 credits:

  1. GGR277H5
  2. 2.5 credits from GGR202H5 or GGR207H5 or GGR208H5 or GGR209H5 or GGR210H5 or GGR252H5 or GGR265H5 or GGR276H5 or GGR278H5 or GGR288H5

Third Year: 4.5 credits:

  1. 4.5 credits from ENV311H5 or GGR313H5 or GGR318H5 or GGR319H5 or GGR322H5 or GGR325H5 or GGR329H5 or GGR333H5 or GGR348H5 or GGR349H5 or GGR353H5 or GGR361H5 or GGR362H5 or GGR363H5 or GGR365H5 or GGR370H5 or GGR382H5 or GGR385H5 or GGR387H5 or GGR389H5 or JGE378H5

Fourth Year: 1.5 credits:

  1. 1.0 credit from GGR417Y5 or JEG401Y5
  2. 0.5 credit from GGR415H5 or GGR418H5 or GGR419H5 or GGR420H5 or GGR426H5 or GGR461H5 or GGR489H5

Field Days: 6 Days

Six days accumulated either through a geography field course and/or through geography courses with field day components as indicated in course descriptions.


ERSPE1666 | Program Area: Geography

Geography - Specialist (Science)

Description:

The Geography BSc offers a broad perspective on physical geography. In-depth studies include climatology, hydrology and ecosystems, with possible specialization in biogeochemistry, glaciology, landscape ecology, natural resources and urban climate. Students enrolled in the specialist Geography Science program are required to complete a minimum of eight field days over the course of their program. Field days may be accumulated either through a geography field course and/or through geography courses with field day components as indicated in course descriptions.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment � Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed GGR111H5 and GGR112H5 and a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.7 (B-) in 2nd year program courses.

Completion Requirements:

12.0 credits and 8 Field Days are required.

First Year: 3.0 credits:

Second Year: 3.0 credits:

Third Year: 4.5 credits:

Fourth Year: 1.5 credit:

Field Days: 8 days

Eight days accumulated either through a geography field course or through geography courses with field day components as indicated in course descriptions.

ROP/Project courses: Maximum 2.0 credits

Students may take no more than 2.0 credits combined in ROP, individual project courses, or thesis courses at the 300/400 level for credit toward a Geography Specialist program.


ERSPE2070 | Program Area: Geography

Geology - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Admissions to the Geology Specialist are administratively suspended as of 2019-2020. Students currently enrolled in the program will be allowed to continue.

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is based on completion of 4.0 credits including ( ERS101H5 and ERS111H5) or ENV100Y5 (with a minimum grade of 60%).

Completion Requirements:

14.0 credits are required.

First Year:
1. ( ERS101H5 and ERS111H5) or ENV100Y5
2. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
3. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or (MATH135H5 and MAT136H5) or MAT134Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5
4. ( PHY136H5 and PHY137H5) or ( PHY146H5 and PHY147H5)

Second Year:
1. ERS201H5 and ERS202H5 and ERS203H5 and ERS211H5
2. 0.5 credit from ERS225H5 or GGR217H5 or GGR214H5 or BIO356H5 or ESS261H1
3. 0.5 credit from CHM211H5 or CHM231H5 or ESS211H1 or JCP221H5
4. 1.0 credit from MAT212H5 or MAT223H5 or STA220H5 or STA221H5

Third Year:
1. ERS325H5
2. 2.5 credits from ERS301H5 or ERS302H5 or ERS303H5 or ERS304H5 or ERS311H5 or ERS312H5 or ERS315H5 or ESS312H1/​ or ESS322H1 or ESS345H1

Fourth Year:
1. ESS420H1
2. 2.5 credits from 400 level courses in ERS or ESS (St. George) or ( JCB487Y5 or ERI398H5 or CPS400Y5)

NOTE: MAT212H5 has the following requirements: Prerequisite - MAT233H5 or ( MAT232H5 or MAT257Y5 as a corequisite); and Corequisite - MAT223H5 or MAT240H5.


ERSPE0509 | Program Area: Earth Science

Global Leadership – Minor (Arts)

Description:

Now, more than ever, the world needs principled, inclusive, and empathetic global leaders. The Minor in Global Leadership, facilitated in partnership between multiple Faculties across all three U of T campuses, develops students’ collaborative global leadership skills and capacity to critique what is global leadership and how this concept is understood and challenged in diverse disciplines and global cultures. The Minor integrates theory and practice, and provides a forum for students to engage across disciplines and geographical contexts. The Minor includes interdivisional student experience, community engagement and completion of a globally partnered capstone project.

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in the Minor in Global Leadership is limited. Students will be able to apply to the program after completing 4.0 credits (but no more than 6.0 credits) and must have achieved a minimum average GPA of 2.7 across their best 3.0 credits completed.

In addition, students must submit a separate application. Please see the Minor in Global Leadership website for more information.

NOTE: The GPA cut-off for admission is determined annually in relation to the number and quality of the applicants. It is never below 2.7 across the best 3.0 credits. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required.

  • GLB201H5
  • GLBC01H3 (offered at the UTSC campus)
  • GLB401Y1 (offered at the St. George campus)
  • 2.0 credits, as follows:
    • One course (0.5-1.0 credit) from the Communication and Cultural Competencies course list (below); and
    • Remaining credits to total 2.0 credits (1.0-1.5 credits) from Leadership; Global Issues; and/ or Ethics/ Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion course lists (below).

Leadership: ANT215H5 or ANT300H5 or ANT352H5 or EDS210H5 or ENV201H5 or HIS311H5 or MGT260H5 or MGT463H5 or POL343Y5

Global Issues: EDS310H5 or ENG273H5 or ENV310H5 or ENV311H5 or GGR329H5 or GGR363H5 or GGR387H5 or HIS330H5 or HIS323H5 or HIS364H5 or HIS425H5 or JEP356H5 or SOC304H5 or SOC354H5 or SOC382H5 or RLG314H5

Ethics/Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: EDS220H5 or ENG274H5 or HIS386H5 or JAL355H5 or POL355Y5 or POL368H5 or PSY320H5 or SOC358H5 or SOC388H5 or RLG314H5 or WGS335H5 or WGS367H5 or WGS420H5

Communication and Cultural Competencies: ARA212Y5 or CHI103H5 or CHI104H5 or FSL105H5 or FSL106H5 or GER100Y5 or HIN211H5 or HIN212H5 or ITA100Y5 or PUN212Y5 or SPA100Y5 or URD212Y5
** The Communication & Cultural Competencies requirement must be fulfilled in a language that is not the student’s first/ native language.



ERMIN0134 | Program Area: Language Studies

History - Major (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

7.0 credits, meeting the following requirements:

  1. 0.5 credit from HIS101H5 or HIS102H5 or HIS103H5 or HIS104H5 or HIS105H5 or HIS106H5 or HIS107H5 or HIS108H5. It is recommended that one of these courses be completed in the first year.
  2. At least 1.5 credits at the 200+level must be chosen from at least three different geographical areas below:
  3. At least 1.5 credits at the 200+level must be chosen from at least three different topical areas below:
  4. 3.0 HIS credits at the 300+level
  5. 0.5 HIS credit at the 400-level
  •  

NOTES:

  • Majors are permitted to substitute non-HIS courses for up to 1.0 HIS credits. All Classical Civilization and History of Religions courses in the Department of Historical Studies are suitable substitutions. Other substitutions will be considered on a case-by-case basis after the submission of the relevant syllabus. Students are invited to contact the Historical Studies Academic Advisor for further information.
  • In the Major program, language courses offered by the Department of Language Studies at U of T Mississauga, and by the various departments teaching languages on the U of T St. George, may be substituted for up to 1.0 History credits. These courses must be relevant for the student’s coursework in History, and will be substituted at the same level as they are offered (e.g., a language credit at the 200-level will be substituted for a History credit at the 200-level, and a language credit at the 300-level will be substituted for a History credit at the 300-level). Students are invited to contact the Historical Studies Academic Advisor for further information.

ERMAJ0652 | Program Area: History

History - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits, meeting the following requirements:

  1. 0.5 credit from HIS101H5 or HIS102H5 or HIS103H5 or HIS104H5 or HIS105H5 or HIS106H5 or HIS107H5 or HIS108H5. It is recommended that one of these courses be completed in the first year.
  2. At least 1.0 credits at the 200+level must be chosen from at least two different geographical areas below:
  3. 1.5 HIS credits at the 200+level
  4. 1.0 HIS credits at the 300+level

ERMIN0652 | Program Area: History

History - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Students applying to enroll at the end of first year (4.0 credits) must have a CGPA of at least 2.00 and a mark of at least 70% in each of 1.0 HIS credits. Students applying to enroll after second year (8.0 credits) must have a CGPA of at least 2.30 and a mark of at least 70% in each of 2.0 HIS credits.

Completion Requirements:

10.0 credits, meeting the following requirements:

  1. 0.5 credit from HIS101H5 or HIS102H5 or HIS103H5 or HIS104H5 or HIS105H5 or HIS106H5 or HIS107H5 or HIS108H5. It is recommended that one of these courses be completed in the first year.
  2. At least 1.5 credits at the 200+level must be chosen from at least three different geographical areas below:
  3. At least 1.5 credits at the 200+level must be chosen from at least three different topical areas below:
  4. 3.0 HIS credits at the 300+level
  5. 1.0 HIS credits at the 400-level
  6. 2.5 additional HIS credits at the 200+level
  •  

NOTES:

  • Specialists are permitted to substitute non-HIS courses for up to 2.0 HIS credits. All Classical Civilization and History of Religions courses in the Department of Historical Studies are suitable substitutions. Other substitutions will be considered on a case-by-case basis after the submission of the relevant syllabus. Students are invited to contact the Historical Studies Academic Advisor for further information.
  • In the Specialist program, language courses offered by the Department of Language Studies at U of T Mississauga, and by the various departments teaching languages on the U of T St. George, may be substituted for up to 1.0 History credits. These courses must be relevant for the student’s coursework in History, and will be substituted at the same level as they are offered (e.g., a language credit at the 200-level will be substituted for a History credit at the 200-level, and a language credit at the 300-level will be substituted for a History credit at the 300-level). Students are invited to contact the Historical Studies Academic Advisor for further information.

ERSPE0652 | Program Area: History

History and Political Science - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited.

For program entry in the 2023-2024 Academic Year (and beyond): 4.0 credits are required, including the following:

  • 1.0 credits of POL (with a minimum grade of at least 70% in each course)
  • 1.0 credits of HIS (with a minimum grade of at least 70% in each course)
  • ISP100H5
  • A CGPA of at least 2.00

Students enrolling at the end of second year (8.0 credits) must obtain the following:

  • 2.0 credits of POL (with a minimum grade of at least 70% in each course)
  • 2.0 credits of HIS (with a minimum grade of at least 70% in each course)
  • ISP100H5
  • A CGPA of at least 2.30
Completion Requirements:

14.0-14.5 credits, meeting the following requirements:

For students entering the program in 2023-2024 (and beyond): ISP100H5

History: 7.0 credits

  1. 0.5 credit from HIS101H5 or HIS102H5 or HIS103H5 or HIS104H5 or HIS105H5 or HIS106H5 or HIS107H5 or HIS108H5. It is recommended that one of these courses be completed in the first year.
  2. 1.0 credits at the 200+level from two different geographical areas below:
  3. 2.0 credits at the 300+level
  4. 1.0 credits of HIS at the 400-level
  5. 2.5 additional credits of HIS at the 200+level

Note: 2.0 HIS credits must correspond in region or field to the 2.0 POL credits. Students are invited to contact the Historical Studies Academic Advisor for further information.

Political Science: 7.0 credits

7.0 credits in POL are required, including at least 1.0 credit at the 300 level and 1.0 credit at the 400 level and no more than 1.0 POL credit at the 100 level.

  1. POL200Y5 and POL215H5 and POL216H5 and POL243H5 and POL244H5
  2. 1.0 credit from two of the following three fields:
  3. 2.0 additional credits of POL
Note:

Specialists may substitute acceptable non-HIS courses at UTM for up to 1.0 credit of HIS. Students are invited to contact the Historical Studies Academic Advisor for further information.


ERSPE1045 | Program Area: History, Political Science

History of Religions - Major (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

7.5 credits, meeting the following requirements:

  1. RLG101H5. It is recommended that this course be completed in the first year.
  2. 1.5 RLG credits at the 200-level
  3. RLG312H5
  4. 3.0 RLG credits at the 300+level
  5. 1.0 RLG credits at the 400-level
  6. 1.0 additional RLG credits at any level

NOTES:

  • Majors are permitted to substitute non-RLG courses for up to 1.0 RLG credits. Please contact the Historical Studies Academic Advisor for further information.
  • In the Major program, language courses offered by the Department of Language Studies at U of T Mississauga and on the St. George campus, relevant for a student’s coursework in the History of Religions, may be substituted for 300-level RLG credits. In this substitution, a language course of 1.0 credits corresponds to an RLG course of 1.0 credits at the 300-level only for a primary source language related to the student’s coursework (Arabic, Persian, Pahlavi, Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Avestan, Sanskrit, Pali, Hindi, Urdu, Chinese, etc.). Students are invited to contact the Historical Studies Academic Advisor for further information.
  • Students intending to pursue graduate studies are strongly encouraged to complete at least 1.0 language courses in consultation with the Historical Studies Academic Advisor.

ERMAJ0151 | Program Area: History of Religions

History of Religions - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits, meeting the following requirements:

  1. RLG101H5. It is recommended that this course be completed in the first year
  2. 1.5 RLG credits at the 200-level
  3. 1.0 RLG credits at the 300+level
  4. 1.0 additional RLG credits at any level

ERMIN0151 | Program Area: History of Religions

History of Religions - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Students applying to enroll at the end of first year (4.0 credits) must have a CGPA of at least 2.00 and a mark of at least 70% in each of 1.0 RLG credits. Students applying to enroll after second year (8.0 credits) must have a CGPA of at least 2.00 and a mark of at least 70% in each of 2.0 RLG credits.

Completion Requirements:

10.0 credits, meeting the following requirements:

  1. RLG101H5. It is recommended that this course be completed in the first year
  2. 2.0 RLG credits at the 200-level
  3. RLG312H5
  4. 3.5 RLG credits at the 300+level
  5. 1.0 RLG credits at the 400-level
  6. 0.5 RLG Independent Reading course
  7. 2.0 additional RLG credits at any level

NOTES:

  • Specialists are permitted to substitute non-RLG courses for up to 1.0 RLG credits. Please contact the Historical Studies Academic Advisor for further information.
  • In the Specialist program, language courses offered by the Department of Language Studies at U of T Mississauga and on the St. George campus, relevant for a student’s coursework in the History of Religions, may be substituted for 300-level RLG credits. In this substitution, a language course of 1.0 credits corresponds to an RLG course of 1.0 credits at the 300-level only for a primary source language related to the student’s coursework (Arabic, Persian, Pahlavi, Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Avestan, Sanskrit, Pali, Hindi, Urdu, Chinese, etc.). Students are invited to contact the Historical Studies Academic Advisor for further information.
  • Students intending to pursue graduate studies are strongly encouraged to complete at least 1.0 language courses in consultation with the Historical Studies Academic Advisor.

ERSPE0151 | Program Area: History of Religions

Human Resource Management - Specialist (BBA)

Description:

This program leads to a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree. This Specialist program cannot be combined with the Commerce (Specialist or Major), Digital Enterprise Management Specialist, or Human Resource Management Specialist.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Admission to this program is based on the following criteria:

Note:

  • Applicants with transfer credits in any of the courses listed above will be assigned a 63% for each applicable transfer credit for program admission. Students can choose to retake these courses at UofT and their UofT grade will be considered in their weighted average instead.
  • Application for admission to the program is made during the Subject POSt request periods for all students.
  • Please see the full list below for equivalent UTSG and UTSC courses.
Completion Requirements:

This program has a total of 15.5 credits.

First Year (3.0 credits):

  1. MGM101H5 and MGM102H5
  2. ( ECO101H5 and ECO102H5) or ECO100Y5
  3. MAT133Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5)

It is recommended that students interested in pursuing this program consider completing SOC100H5 to ensure access to some upper year SOC courses to fulfill the 1.5 Electives Program Requirement listed below.

Higher Years (12.5 credits):

  1. Core courses (1.5 credits): MGT262H5 and MGT270H5 and MGT492H5
  2. Management Disciplines (9.5 credits): ( MGT120H5 or MGM221H5) and ** MGT223H5 and MGT231H5 and MGT252H5 and MGT260H5 and MGT363H5 and MGT371H5 and MGT480H5 and MGM360H5 and MGM364H5 and MGM365H5 and MGM390H5 and MGM464H5 and MGM465H5 and MGM466H5 and ( ECO200Y5 or ECO204Y5 or ECO205Y5 or ECO206Y5) and * ECO220Y5
  3. 1.0 credit from: ANT350H5 or HIS313H5 or HIS314H5 or SOC227H5 or SOC236H5 or SOC263H5 or SOC361H5 or WGS210H5 or MGT461H5 or MGT463H5 or MGT467H5
  4. 0.5 credit in MGT or MGM at the 200/300/400 level

* STA218H5 and MGT218H5 will no longer be accepted as an appropriate course for this program AFTER the 2022-2023 Academic year. Beginning in the 2023-2024 Academic year all students will be required to complete ECO220Y5 as the statistics course for this program.

** MGM222H5 will no longer be accepted as an appropriate course for this program AFTER the 2022-2023 Academic year. Beginning in the 2023-2024 Academic year, all students will be required to complete MGT223H5 as a course for this program.

Note: enough space is reserved each year in MGT480H5 to accommodate the full HRM cohort.

Note:
  • It is strongly recommended that MGT120H5 is taken in first year or the Fall term of the second year,
  • Management and Commerce students can only use 1.0 ROP credit towards program completion.
  • During the Fall-Winter session, Management students must take ECO204Y5. They will not have access to ECO200Y5 in the academic year.

Please note the following list of acceptable equivalents for application to the POST:

MGT120H5

UTSC: MGAB01H3 and MGAB02H3

UTSG: RSM219H1

MGM101H5

UTSC: MGTA05H3 or ( MGTA01H3 and MGTA02H3)

UTSG: RSM100H1

ECO101H5 and ECO102H5

UTSC: MGEA02H3 and MGEA06H3

UTSG: ECO100Y1 or ( ECO101H1 and ECO102H1)

UTM: ECO100Y5

MAT133Y5

UTSC: MATA32H3 and MATA33H3

UTSG: MAT133Y1 or ( MAT135H1 and MAT136H1)

UTM: MAT135Y5 or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5



ERSPE1882 | Program Area: Management

Information Security - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited to students with a minimum of 4.0 credits, including the following:

  1. CSC148H5 (see minimum grade note below);
  2. MAT102H5 (see minimum grade note below);
  3. MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or MAT233H5;
  4. ISP100H5; and
  5. A cumulative grade point average (CGPA), determined annually. It is never lower than 2.5.
  6. All students must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program. Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as a part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.

NOTES:

  1. The minimum grade required in CSC148H5 and MAT102H5 is determined annually. It is never lower than 65%. Only CSC148H5 and MAT102H5, taken at the UTM campus, will be accepted.

  2. Transfer students who have completed any postsecondary studies outside of UTM (including studies at other divisions at the University of Toronto) are not eligible to pursue a Specialist and/ or Major in Computer Science at U of T Mississauga.

  3. Due to the limited enrolment nature of this program, students are strongly advised to develop alternate plans if they need to instead enroll in other programs.

  4. A supplemental application will be required for students applying to the Information Security Specialist program in 2025-2026 for program entry in the 2026-2027 Academic Year. Additional information will be provided in the 2025-2026 Academic Calendar.

The Information Security Specialist is a deregulated fees program and as such, tuition fees for students enrolled in this program are higher than for other regulated fee programs. Fees are charged on a program and not a per course basis. See www.fees.utoronto.ca for more information on the fee structures.

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

  1. CSC148H5 (a final grade of at least 65%)
  2. MAT102H5 (a final grade of at least 65%)
  3. MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5 or MAT134Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or MAT233H5
  4. ISP100H5

Courses to take in Year of Study 2: Complete CSC207H5/​ CSC207H1/​ CSCB07H3 by the end of Year of Study 2 to remain eligible for the program.

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Completion Requirements:

12.0-13.5 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. CSC108H5 and CSC148H5 and ISP100H5
  2. MAT102H5
  3. [( MAT132H5 or MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or MAT233H5
  4. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5

Second Year:

  1. CSC207H5 and CSC209H5 and CSC236H5 and CSC258H5 and CSC263H5
  2. MAT224H5 or MAT240H5
  3. MAT232H5 or MAT257Y5
  4. STA246H5 or STA256H5 or ECO227Y5

Third Year:

  1. CSC343H5 and CSC347H5 and CSC363H5 and CSC369H5 and CSC373H5
  2. MAT301H5 and MAT302H5

Fourth Year:

  1. CSC358H5 or CSC458H5
  2. 1.0 credit from the following: CSC409H5 or CSC422H5 or CSC423H5 or CSC427H5 or CSC490H5 or CSC495H5

NOTES:

1. In addition to the course requirements above, students must complete an integrative learning experience. This requirement may be met by participating in the UTM Co-op Internship Program (UTMCIP)* or by completing one of the following half-courses: CSC318H5, CSC367H5, CSC375H5, CSC376H5, CSC409H5, CSC420H5, CSC427H5, CSC477H5, CSC490H5.

*Please be advised that the UTMCIP only applies to UTM Computer Science students entering Year of Study 2. For more information about the UTMCIP, please visit the Experiential and International Opportunities page of the UTM Academic Calendar.

2. Students are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with the 100-level calculus pre-requisites to select the correct courses.

Note:



ERSPE1038 | Program Area: Computer Science, Co-op Internship Program

International Affairs - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment - enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed at least 4.0 credits, including:

Students enrolled in this program cannot be simultaneously enrolled in the Economics Specialist program (ERSPE1478) or Economics & Political Specialist program (ERSPE0751).

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Completion Requirements:

Within an honours degree, 14.5 credits are required, of which at least 1.0 must be at the 400 level.

1. 7.0 credits are required from the following list:

2. 3.5 language credits from one language discipline, with at least 1.0 credit at the 300/400 level:

      1. French: FSL106H5, FSL205H5, FSL206H5, FSL305H5, FSL306H5, FSL405H5, FSL406H5, FSL466H5, FRE282H5, FRE283H5, FRE382H5, FRE383H5.
      2. Italian: ITA100Y5, ITA200Y5, ITA231H5, ITA232H5, ITA315Y5, ITA350H5, ITA351H5, ITA352H5, ITA415Y5, ITA420H5, ITA421H5, ITA437H5, ITA450H5, ITA451H5.
      3. Spanish: SPA100Y5, SPA220Y5, SPA259H5, SPA305H5, SPA320Y5, SPA390H5, SPA420H5.

Note: An alternate language option can be taken with the approval of the Department. Contact the Economics Academic Advisor for more information.

3. 3.0 credits from: ENV311H5, GGR325H5, GGR333H5, GGR365H5, ( HIS311H5 or HIS392H5 or ECO302H5 or ECO303H5), POL302Y5, POL302H5, POL311H5, POL312H5, POL327Y5, POL327H5, POL340Y5, POL343Y5, POL344H5, POL345H5, POL362H5, or an alternate 300/400-level course with approval of the Department. A list of approved alternates is available on the Economics website - https://www.utm.utoronto.ca/economics/undergraduate-studies/course-information/course-notices.

4. 1.0 credit from: ECO400Y5, ECO406H5, ECO411H5, ECO433H5, ECO435H5, ECO436H5, ECO439Y5, ECO456H5, ECO460H5, ECO461H5, ECO463H5, ECO419H1, ECO459H1, POL475H5, or an alternate 400-level course with approval of the Department.

Note: Contact the Economics Academic Advisor to request course alternates for approval.


ERSPE1384 | Program Area: International Affairs, Co-op Internship Program

Italian - Major (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

8.0 credits are required including at least 2.0 credits at the 300/400 level. Some written work and readings will be done in Italian in all courses

  1. ITA100Y5, ITA200Y5/​ ITA201Y5, ITA350H5, ITA420H5, ITA421H5, ITA437H5, ITA451H5
  2. ITA351H5 or ITA352H5 or ITA450H5
  3. 1.0 credit in Italian Cinema
  4. 1.0 credit in Italian Culture; Literature (excluding those listed above).
  5. 1.0 credit in any of the Italian course categories (excluding those listed above).
Note:

COURSE CATEGORIES:

Italian Cinema - ITA242H5; ITA247H5; ITA307H5; ITA309H5; ITA311H5; ITA313H5; ITA342H5; ITA343H5

Italian Culture; Literature - ITA218H5; ITA221H5; ITA222H5; ITA231H5; ITA232H5; ITA233H5; ITA235H5; ITA255H5; ITA256H5; ITA237H5; ITA238H5; ITA307H5; ITA315Y5; ITA339Y5; ITA370H5; ITA371H5; ITA390H5; ITA391H5; ITA392H5; ITA415Y5; ITA420H5; ITA421H5

Italian Experiential Learning - ITA315Y5; ITA388H5; ITA400Y5; ITA415Y5

Italian Language Practice - ITA100Y5; ITA102H5; ITA200Y5; ITA201Y5; ITA350H5; ITA351H5; ITA352H5; ITA450H5

Italian Linguistics; Teaching and Learning - ITA227H5; ITA272H5; ITA373H5; ITA374H5; ITA375H5; ITA437H5; ITA451H5


ERMAJ2524 | Program Area: Italian

Italian - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Completion of 4.0 credits and ITA100Y5 is required.

Completion Requirements:

10.0 credits are required including at least 3.0 300/400 level full courses and 1.0 400 level credit.

  1. ITA100Y5, ITA200Y5/​ ITA201Y5, ITA350H5, ITA420H5, ITA421H5, ITA437H5, ITA451H5
  2. ITA351H5 or ITA352H5 or ITA450H5
  3. 1.5 credits in Italian Cinema.
  4. 1.0 credit in Italian Culture; Literature (excluding those listed above).
  5. 1.0 credit in Italian Experiential Learning; Directed Research.
  6. 0.5 credit in Italian Language; Linguistics; Teaching and Learning (excluding those listed above).
  7. 1.0 credit in any of the Italian course categories (excluding those listed above).
Note:

COURSE CATEGORIES:

Italian Cinema - ITA242H5; ITA247H5; ITA307H5; ITA309H5; ITA311H5; ITA313H5; ITA342H5; ITA343H5

Italian Culture; Literature - ITA218H5; ITA221H5; ITA222H5; ITA231H5; ITA232H5; ITA233H5; ITA235H5; ITA255H5; ITA256H5; ITA237H5; ITA238H5; ITA307H5; ITA315Y5; ITA339Y5; ITA370H5; ITA371H5; ITA390H5; ITA391H5; ITA392H5; ITA415Y5; ITA420H5; ITA421H5

Italian Experiential Learning - ITA388H5; ITA315Y5; ITA400Y5; ITA415Y5

Italian Language Practice - ITA100Y5; ITA102H5; ITA200Y5; ITA201Y5; ITA350H5; ITA351H5; ITA352H5; ITA450H5

Italian Linguistics; Teaching and Learning - ITA227H5; ITA272H5; ITA373H5; ITA374H5; ITA375H5; ITA451H5; ITA437H5


ERSPE2524 | Program Area: Italian

Italian Language and Culture - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 ITA credits are required including at least 1.0 300/400 level credit.

  1. ITA100Y5
  2. ITA200Y5 or ITA201Y5
  3. 2.0 additional credits in any of the Italian course categories
Note:

COURSE CATEGORIES:

Italian Cinema - ITA242H5; ITA247H5; ITA307H5; ITA309H5; ITA311H5; ITA313H5; ITA342H5; ITA343H5

Italian Culture; Literature - ITA218H5; ITA221H5; ITA222H5; ITA231H5; ITA232H5; ITA233H5; ITA235H5; ITA255H5; ITA256H5; ITA237H5; ITA238H5; ITA307H5; ITA315Y5; ITA339Y5; ITA370H5; ITA371H5; ITA390H5; ITA391H5; ITA392H5; ITA415Y5; ITA420H5; ITA421H5

Italian Experiential Learning - ITA388H5; ITA315Y5; ITA400Y5; ITA415Y5

Italian Language Practice - ITA100Y; ITA102H5; ITA200Y5; ITA201Y5; ITA350H5; ITA351H5; ITA352H5; ITA450H5

Italian Linguistics; Teaching and Learning - ITA227H5; ITA272H5; ITA373H5; ITA374H5; ITA375H5; ITA437H5; ITA451H5




ERMIN2524 | Program Area: Italian

Language Teaching and Learning: French - Major (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Minimum grade of 63% required in FRE180H5 and FRE181H5 (or equivalent course).

Completion Requirements:

8.0 credits are required, of which 0.5 credit must be a 400-level FRE language teaching and learning course.

First Year: FRE180H5, FRE181H5 (or equivalent). Students exempted from these courses must replace them with a higher level 1.0 credit in FRE.

Second Year: FRE227H5, FRE240H5, FRE272H5, FRE282H5, FRE283H5.

Third & Fourth Year:

Note:
  1. FRE227H5 MUST be completed in the second year OR prior to enrolling in 300/400 level courses in Language Teaching and Learning.
  2. Students cannot be enrolled simultaneously in more than one French program (French Studies - Specialist, French Studies - Major, Language Teaching and Learning: French - Major, French Studies - Minor, Functional French - Minor).
  3. Courses with an FSL designator cannot be counted towards this Major program.

ERMAJ1056 | Program Area: Language Teaching and Learning, French

Language Teaching and Learning: French and Italian - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment --A final grade of 63% is required in FRE180H5 and FRE181H5 (or equivalent).

Completion Requirements:

14.0 credits are required. The program must include a minimum of 4.0 300/400 level credits (2.0 in French and 2.0 in Italian), 1.0 credit at the 400 level (either in French or Italian).

French
7.0 credits are required.

First Year: FRE180H5, FRE181H5 (or equivalent). Students exempt from these courses must replace them with a higher level 1.0 credit in FRE.

Higher Years:

  1. FRE227H5, FRE240H5, FRE272H5, FRE282H5, FRE283H5. Note: FRE227H5 MUST be completed in the second year OR prior to enrolling in 300/400-level courses in Language Teaching and Learning.
  2. FRE382H5 and FRE383H5.
  3. 2.0 credits to be chosen among the FRE courses in Teaching and Learning: FRE325H5, FRE352H5, FRE354H5, FRE355H5, FRE384H5, FRE389H5, FRE453H5; JFL454H5; JFL388H5, JFL389H5)
  4. 0.5 credit to be chosen among the LTL Language Teaching and Learning courses: LTL380H5, LTL383H5, LTL387H5, LTL456H5, LTL486H5, LTL487H5, LTL488H5, LTL495Y5, LTL496H5

Italian
7.0 credits are required. Some written work will be done in Italian in all courses.

  1. ITA200Y5/​ ITA201Y5
  2. ITA350H5
  3. 0.5 credit from ITA351H5, ITA352H5, ITA450H5
  4. ITA388H5
  5. ITA437Y5
  6. 2.0 additional credits in Italian Language; Linguistics; Teaching and Learning.
  7. 1.5 additional credits in any of the other Italian course categories (excluding those listed above).

Note:

COURSE CATEGORIES IN ITA:

Italian Cinema - ITA242H5; ITA246H5; ITA247H5; ITA307H5; ITA309H5; ITA311H5; ITA313H5; ITA342H5; ITA343H5

Italian Culture; Literature - ITA103H5; ITA219Y5; ITA221H5; ITA222H5; ITA231H5; ITA232H5; ITA235H5; ITA255Y5; ITA237H5; ITA238H5; ITA307H5; ITA315Y5; ITA370Y5; ITA390H5; ITA391H5; ITA392H5; ITA413Y5; ITA420Y5; ITA436Y5

Italian Experiential Learning - ITA388H5; ITA315Y5; ITA400Y5; ITA413Y5

Italian Language Practice - ITA100Y5; ITA101Y5; ITA102H5; ITA200Y5; ITA201Y5; ITA350Y5; ITA351H5; ITA352H5; ITA450H5

Italian Linguistics; Teaching and Learning - ITA227H5; ITA272H5; ITA373H5; ITA374H5; ITA375H5; ITA376H5; ITA451H5; ITA437Y5


ERSPE1092 | Program Area: Language Teaching and Learning, French, Italian

Language Teaching and Learning: Italian - Major (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

8.0 credits are required including at least 2.0 credits at the 300/400 level. Some written work and readings will be done in Italian in all courses.

  1. ITA100Y5
  2. ITA200Y5/​ ITA201Y5
  3. ITA350H5
  4. 0.5 credit from ITA351H5, ITA352H5, ITA450H5
  5. ITA388H5
  6. ITA437H5 and ITA451H5
  7. 0.5 credit from LTL380H5, LTL456H5, LTL487H5, LTL488H5
  8. 1.5 additional credits in Italian Language; Linguistics; Language Teaching.
  9. 1.5 additional credits in any of the other Italian course categories (excluding those listed above).
Note:

COURSE CATEGORIES:

Italian Cinema - ITA242H5; ITA247H5; ITA307H5; ITA309H5; ITA311H5; ITA313H5; ITA342H5; ITA343H5

Italian Culture; Literature - ITA218H5; ITA221H5; ITA222H5; ITA231H5; ITA232H5; ITA233H5; ITA235H5; ITA255H5; ITA256H5; ITA237H5; ITA238H5; ITA307H5; ITA315Y5; ITA339Y5; ITA370H5; ITA371H5; ITA390H5; ITA391H5; ITA392H5; ITA415Y5; ITA420H5; ITA421H5

Italian Experiential Learning - ITA388H5; ITA315Y5; ITA400Y5; ITA415Y5

Italian Language Practice - ITA100Y5; ITA101Y5; ITA102H5; ITA200Y5; ITA201Y5; ITA350H5; ITA351H5; ITA352H5; ITA450H5

Italian Linguistics; Teaching and Learning - ITA227H5; ITA272H5; ITA373H5; ITA374H5; ITA375H5; ITA437H5; ITA451H5


ERMAJ1249 | Program Area: Language Teaching and Learning, Italian

Latin American and Caribbean Studies - Minor (Arts)

Description:

This program explores the history, languages, politics, societies, cultures, religions, and geographies of Latin America and the Caribbean. The minor is geared towards building an engagement with Latin America and the Caribbean as well as with their communities in Canada and the United States. Students may take courses offered by several departments across the university. The minor in Latin American and Caribbean Studies prepares students for careers in a competitive global context in which the greater part of the Western Hemisphere plays an increasingly important role.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits, meeting the following requirements:

While study of a relevant language is encouraged, the program does not have a language requirement.

  1. HIS290H5. It is recommended that this course be completed in the first year.
  2. 3.5 credits in at least two distinct disciplines selected from the list below; 1.0 credits must be at the 300+level.

Courses that can be counted toward this program are drawn from a range of offerings in the Humanities and Social Sciences at UTM:

In consultation with the Historical Studies Academic Advisor, and depending on the focus of the course, the following courses may qualify on a year-to-year basis:


ERMIN0562 | Program Area: Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Linguistic Studies - Major (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment - Enrolment in the Major program is limited to students who have achieved at least 63% in both LIN101H5 and LIN102H5. Second year entry requirements (for those students who have not met the enrolment requirement in the first year): A minimum grade of 67% in at least two of the following seven courses: LIN228H5, LIN229H5, LIN231H5, LIN232H5, LIN237H5, LIN240H5 LIN256H5, JLP285H5 (formerly LIN288H5).

Students cannot be enrolled simultaneously in the Linguistics Studies Major and the Linguistics Studies Minor programs.

Completion Requirements:

8.5 credits are required.

First Year: LIN101H5 and LIN102H5

Upper Years:

  1. Core requirement:
    (a) LIN228H5, LIN229H5, LIN232H5, ( LIN231H5 or LIN237H5)
    (b) LIN240H5, LIN256H5, JLP285H5 (formerly LIN288H5)
  2. Language requirement: 1.0 credit in a language course. This credit must involve the same language and must be taken either concurrently with LIN101H5 and LIN102H5 or after their completion. The language must be one other than the student's first language; English language courses are excluded.

  3. Upper Year requirements: 1.5 credits total to be chosen from 3 different categories below:

    1. Method and analysis: LIN318H5, LIN374H5, LIN375H5, LIN376H5, LIN411H5, LIN418H5, LIN419H5, LIN475H5, LIN479H5
    2. Phonetics/Phonology: JLP384H5 (formerly LIN327H5), LIN328H5, LIN329H5, LIN421H5
    3. Syntax and Morphology: LIN332H5, LIN476H5
    4. Semantics/Pragmatics: LIN337H5, LIN338H5, LIN441H5
    5. Language teaching, learning, and acquisition: JFL389H5, LIN380H5, JFL454H5, LIN456H5, LIN486H5, LIN487H5
    6. Language contact, and change: LIN357H5, LIN360H5, LIN366H5, JFL369H5 (formerly LIN369H5),  LIN460H5, LIN466H5, LIN469H5

    7. Computational Linguistics: LIN340H5, LIN341H5, LIN447H5
    8. Language acquisition and psycholinguistics: JLP315H5 (formerly PSY315H5), JLP383H5 (formerly PSY374), LIN385H5, JLP388H5 (formerly JFL388H5), JLP481H5, JLP483H5
    9. Sociolinguistics and sociocultural linguistics: JAL351H5, JAL355H5, JAL453H5, LIN458H5

  4. The remaining 1.5 credits to be chosen from those courses not yet taken from the list above, or from the following: LIN299H5 or LIN299Y5, any 300/400 level LIN/JAL/JFL/JLP course, FRE489H5, ITA437H5, ITA451H5, ITA373H5, LTL488H5, SAN392Y5.

Students must have a minimum of 0.5 credits at the 400-level. No more than 1.0 credits outside of LIN/JAL/JFL/JLP offerings (excluding language courses in requirement #2 can be used towards program requirements.

NOTE: No more than 1.5 credits can be double counted towards two programs of study in Linguistics.

No more than 1.0 ROP course credit may count toward requirement 4.


ERMAJ1850 | Program Area: Linguistics

Linguistic Studies - Minor (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in the Minor program is limited to students who have achieved at least 63% in both LIN101H5 and LIN102H5. Second year entry requirements (for those students who have not met the enrolment requirement in the first year): A grade of 67% in at least two of the following seven courses: LIN228H5, LIN229H5, LIN231H5, LIN232H5, LIN237H5, LIN240H5, LIN256H5, JLP285H5 (formerly LIN288H5). 

.

Students cannot be enrolled simultaneously in the Linguistic Studies Major and the Linguistic Studies Minor programs.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required.

First Year: LIN101H5 and LIN102H5

Upper Years: The remaining courses to be chosen from the following list:

  1. Minimum 1.0 credit from the following list: LIN228H5, LIN229H5, LIN231H5, LIN232H5, LIN237H5, LIN240H5, LIN256H5, JLP285H5 (formerly LIN288H5).
  2. Minimum 1.0 credit from the following list: any 300 and 400 level LIN, JAL, JFL, or JLP courses.
  3. 1.0 credit from any remaining courses listed in (1) or (2) or from the following list: FRE489H5, ITA373H5, ITA437H5, ITA451H5, and SAN392Y5.

Some of the courses listed above have prerequisites which would not count towards this program.

No more than 1.5 credits can be double counted towards two programs of study in Linguistics.


ERMIN0506 | Program Area: Linguistics

Management - Major (HBA)

Description:

This program must be taken as part of an Honours degree. This major program cannot be combined with the Commerce (Major or Specialist), Digital Enterprise Management Specialist, Economics or Human Resource Management Specialist.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Admission to this program is based on the following criteria:

Note:

  • Applicants with transfer credits in any of the courses listed above will be assigned a 63% for each applicable transfer credit for program admission. Students can choose to retake these courses at UofT and their UofT grade will be considered in their weighted average instead.
  • Application for admission to the program is made during the Subject POSt request periods for all students.
  • Please see the full list below for equivalent UTSG and UTSC courses.
Completion Requirements:

This program has a total of 9.5 credits.

First Year (3.0 credits):

  1. MGM101H5 and MGM102H5
  2. ( ECO101H5 and ECO102H5) or ECO100Y5
  3. MAT133Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5)

Higher Years (6.5 credits):

  1. Core courses (1.5 credits): MGT262H5 and MGT270H5 and MGT492H5
  2. Management Disciplines (4.0 credits): ( MGT120H5 or MGM221H5) and * ECO220Y5 and ** MGT223H5 and MGT231H5 and MGT252H5 and MGT371H5 and MGM390H5
  3. Electives (1.0 credit): Any 300/400-level MGT/MGM courses. Cannot include any courses already used above.

* STA218H5 or MGT218H5 will no longer be accepted as an appropriate course for this program AFTER the 2022-2023 Academic Year. Beginning in the 2023-2024 Academic Year, all students will be required to complete ECO220Y5 as the statistics course for this program.

** MGM222H5 will no longer be accepted as an appropriate course for this program AFTER the 2022-2023 Academic Year. Beginning in the 2023-2024 Academic Year, all students will be required to complete MGT223H5 as a course for this program.

Note:
  • It is strongly recommended that MGT120H5 is taken in first year or the Fall term of the second year.
  • Management and Commerce students can only use 1.0 ROP credit towards program completion.

Please note the following list of acceptable equivalents for application to the POST:

MGT120H5

UTSC: MGAB01H3 and MGAB02H3

UTSG: RSM219H1

MGM101H5

UTSC: MGTA05H3 or ( MGTA01H3 and MGTA02H3)

UTSG: RSM100H1

ECO101H5 and ECO102H5

UTSC: MGEA02H3 and MGEA06H3

UTSG: ECO100Y1 or ( ECO101H1 and ECO102H1)

UTM: ECO100Y5

MAT133Y5

UTSC: MATA32H3 and MATA33H3

UTSG: MAT133Y1 or ( MAT135H1 and MAT136H1)

UTM: MAT135Y5 or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5


ERMAJ2431 | Program Area: Management

Management - Specialist (BBA)

Description:

This program leads to a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree. This Specialist program cannot be combined with the Commerce (Specialist or Major), Digital Enterprise Management Specialist, or Human Resource Management Specialist.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Admission to this program is based on the following criteria:

Note:

  • Applicants with transfer credits in any of the courses listed above will be assigned a 63% for each applicable transfer credit for program admission. Students can choose to retake these courses at UofT and their UofT grade will be considered in their weighted average instead.
  • Application for admission to the program is made during the Subject POSt request periods for all students.
  • Please see the full list below for equivalent UTSG and UTSC courses.
Completion Requirements:

This program has a total of 14.0 credits

First Year (3.0 credits):

  1. MGM101H5 and MGM102H5; and
  2. ( ECO101H5 and ECO102H5) or ECO100Y5; and
  3. MAT133Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5)

Higher Years (11.0 credits):

  1. Core courses (2.0 credits): MGT260H5 and MGT262H5 and MGT270H5 and MGT492H5
  2. Management Disciplines (7.5 credits): ( MGT120H5 or MGM221H5) and ( ECO200Y5 or ECO204Y5 or ECO205Y5 or ECO206Y5) and * ECO220Y5 and ** MGT223H5 and MGT231H5 and MGT232H5 and MGT252H5 and MGM320H5 and MGT353H5 and MGT363H5 and MGT371H5 and MGT374H5 and MGM390H5
  3. Electives (1.5 credits): Any 300/400-level MGM or MGT courses. Cannot include any courses already used above.

* STA218H5 or MGT218H5 will no longer be accepted as an appropriate course for this program AFTER the 2022-2023 Academic year. Beginning in the 2023-2024 Academic year, all students will be required to complete ECO220Y5 as the statistics course for this program.

** MGM222H5 will no longer be accepted as an appropriate course for this program AFTER the 2022-2023 Academic year. Beginning in the 2023-2024 Academic year, all students will be required to complete MGT223H5 as a course for this program.


Note:
  • It is strongly recommended that MGT120H5 is taken in first year or the Fall term of the second year.
  • Students in the Management Specialist with the required prerequisites should consider complementing their studies with an Economics Minor program.
  • Management and Commerce students can only use 1.0 ROP credit towards program completion.
  • During the Fall-Winter session, Management students must take ECO204Y5. They will not have access to ECO200Y5 in the academic year.

Please note the following list of acceptable equivalents for application to the POST:

MGT120H5

UTSC: MGAB01H3 and MGAB02H3

UTSG: RSM219H1

MGM101H5

UTSC: MGTA05H3 or ( MGTA01H3 and MGTA02H3)

UTSG: RSM100H1

ECO101H5 and ECO102H5

UTSC: MGEA02H3 and MGEA06H3

UTSG: ECO100Y1 or ( ECO101H1 and ECO102H1)

UTM: ECO100Y5

MAT133Y5

UTSC: MATA32H3 and MATA33H3

UTSG: MAT133Y1 or ( MAT135H1 and MAT136H1)

UTM: MAT135Y5 or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5


ERSPE2431 | Program Area: Management

Mathematical Sciences - Major: Applied Mathematics (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Students will be able to apply for this Subject POSt starting in March 2025.

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in the Major program is limited to students with a minimum of 4.0
credits, including:

  • MAT102H5 (minimum 60%)
  • A minimum 60% grade in MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT233H5 or a minimum 50% in MAT159H5 or MAT157Y5; ISP100H5; and
  • A minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA), to be determined annually.
  • All students must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program. Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as a part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.

Students cannot be simultaneously enrolled in or complete both the Mathematical Sciences: Mathematics Major (ERMAJ2511) AND Mathematical Sciences: Applied Mathematics Major (ERMAJ2512) programs.

Completion Requirements:

8.0 credits are required.

First year:

  1. MAT102H5
  2. [( MAT132H5 or MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or
    MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or ( MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5)
  3. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5

Second year:

  1. MAT244H5
  2. STA256H5
  3. [( MAT232H5 or MAT233H5) and MAT236H5] or MAT257Y5
  4. STA260H5
  5. MAT264H5

Higher years:

  1. MAT311H5
  2. MAT322H5 or MAT332H5
  3. MAT334H5 or MAT354H5
  4. MAT386H5 or MAT406H5 or MAT486H5 or STA312H5 or STA313H5 or STA348H5 or STA380H5
  5. MAT332H5 or MAT322H5 or STA302H5 or STA312H5 or STA313H5 or STA348H5 or STA380H5 or
    CSC338H5
  6. 0.5 additional credits in MAT at 300/400 level

NOTES:
MAT305H5 or MAT337H5 or MAT386H5 or MAT406H5 or MAT486H5 are recommended.


ERMAJ2512 | Program Area: Mathematical Sciences

Mathematical Sciences - Major: Mathematics (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in the Major program is limited to students with a minimum of 4.0 credits, including:

For students applying in 2023-2024 for program entry in the 2024-2025 Academic Year:

  1. MAT102H5 (minimum 60%);
  2. [( MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT233H5) (minimum 60%)] or MAT159H5 or MAT157Y5; and
  3. A minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA), to be determined annually.
  4. All students must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program. Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as a part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.

For students applying in 2024-2025 for program entry in the 2025-2026 Academic Year:

  1. MAT102H5 (minimum 60%);
  2. [( MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT233H5) (minimum 60%)] or MAT159H5 or MAT157Y5;
  3. ISP100H5; and
  4. A minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA), to be determined annually.
  5. All students must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program. Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as a part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.

Students cannot be simultaneously enrolled in or complete both the Mathematical Sciences: Mathematics Major (ERMAJ2511) AND Mathematical Sciences: Applied Mathematics Major (ERMAJ2512) programs.

Completion Requirements:

8.0-8.5 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. MAT102H5
  2. [( MAT132H5 or MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  3. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5
  4. For students entering the program in 2025-2026 (and beyond): ISP100H5

Second Year:

  1. MAT202H5 and MAT244H5
  2. [( MAT232H5 or MAT233H5) and MAT236H5] or MAT257Y5
  3. MAT224H5 or MAT247H5

Higher Years:

  1. MAT301H5 and ( MAT334H5 or MAT354H5)
  2. MAT337H5 or MAT392H5 or MAT405H5
  3. MAT305H5 or MAT311H5 or MAT332H5
  4. MAT302H5 or MAT315H5 or MAT344H5
  5. STA256H5 or CSC363H5 or 0.5 credit of MAT at the 300/400 level, except MAT322H5
  6. 0.5 additional credits in MAT at the 400 level

NOTES:

  1. MAT137H5 and MAT139H5 are recommended.
  2. Students are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with the 100-level calculus pre-requisites to select the correct courses.
  3. Mathematical Sciences Majors are strongly encouraged to enroll in MAT240H5 followed by MAT247H5.

ERMAJ2511 | Program Area: Mathematical Sciences

Mathematical Sciences - Minor (Science)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. MAT102H5
  2. [( MAT132H5 or MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5

Second Year:

  1. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5
  2. [ MAT232H5 and ( MAT202H5 or MAT224H5 or MAT236H5 or MAT240H5 or MAT244H5 or MAT247H5 or CSC236H5)] or MAT257Y5

Higher Years:

  1. 1.0 credit from the following: MAT at the 300/400 level or CSC363H5


NOTES:

  1. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5 may be taken in the first year.
  2. Students may replace the combination [( MAT132H5 or MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 and MAT232H5 with the combination ( MAT133Y5 and MAT233H5)
  3. Students are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with the 100-level calculus pre-requisites to select the correct courses.

ERMIN2511 | Program Area: Mathematical Sciences

Mathematical Sciences - Specialist (Science)

Description:

The Specialist Program in Mathematical Sciences is primarily directed toward students who hope to pursue graduate studies in, or related to mathematics.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in the Specialist program is limited to students with a minimum of 4.0 credits, including:

For students applying in 2023-2024 for program entry in the 2024-2025 Academic Year:

  1. MAT102H5 (minimum 65%);
  2. MAT137Y5 or MAT139H5 (minimum 60%) or MAT157Y5 or MAT159H5; and
  3. A minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA), to be determined annually.
  4. All students must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program. Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as a part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.

For students applying in 2024-2025 for program entry in the 2025-2026 Academic Year:

  1. MAT102H5 (minimum 65%);
  2. MAT137Y5 or MAT139H5 (minimum 60%) or MAT157Y5 or MAT159H5;
  3. ISP100H5; and
  4. A minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA), to be determined annually.
  5. All students must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program. Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as a part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.
Completion Requirements:

13.5-14.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. CSC108H5 and CSC148H5
  2. MAT102H5 and MAT240H5
  3. [( MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  4. For students entering the program in 2025-2026 (and beyond): ISP100H5

Second Year:

  1. CSC236H5
  2. MAT202H5 and MAT244H5 and MAT247H5 and MAT257Y5
  3. STA256H5 and ( STA258H5 or STA260H5)

Higher Years:

  1. MAT301H5 and ( MAT334H5 or MAT354H5) and MAT392H5
  2. MAT302H5 or MAT315H5
  3. 2.0 additional credit from MAT302H5 or MAT309H5 or MAT311H5 or MAT315H5 or MAT332H5 or MAT337H5 or MAT344H5
  4. 1.0 additional credits in MAT at the 400 level ( MAT401H5 is recommended)
  5. 1.0 additional credits at the 300/400 level in CSC or STA or MAT, except MAT322H5
  6. 0.5 additional credits in MAT at the 300+level, except MAT322H5

NOTES:

  1. Mathematical Sciences Specialists are strongly encouraged to enroll in MAT157H5, MAT159H5, MAT257Y5, and MAT354H5.
  2. Students are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with the 100-level calculus pre-requisites to select the correct courses.
  3. Students may replace MAT257Y5 with [( MAT232H5 or MAT233H5) and MAT236H5], but if they do then MAT337H5 AND MAT405H5 are required as part of “Higher Years”.
  4. Students who do not feel ready for MAT257Y5 in their Second Year, may wish to take MAT232H5 that year, and then take MAT257Y5 in their Third Year.

ERSPE2511 | Program Area: Mathematical Sciences

Molecular Biology - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in this program is limited. Students wishing to enrol at the end of first year (4.0 credits) must obtain a grade of at least 63% in both CHM110H5 and CHM120H5 and a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.50 to qualify. Students who do not meet these criteria can apply to enter the Specialist at the end of second year (8.0 credits) with the following new criteria: a grade of at least 70% in BIO206H5 and a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.50. All students (including transfer students) must complete 4.0 UTM credits before requesting this program.

Note: CGPA for enrolment in this program is calculated based on a minimum of 4.0 credits completed at UTM with final percentage grades (i.e. CR/ NCR courses are not applicable).

Completion Requirements:

15.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. BIO152H5 and BIO153H5
  2. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
  3. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or MAT137Y5.
  4. 1.0 credit from: CLA201H5 or ENV100Y5 or ( ERS101H5 or ERS120H5) or PHY136H5 or PHY137H5 or PSY100Y5 or WRI173H5 or WRI307H5

Note: ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) Calculus for Life Sciences is highly recommended.

Second Year:

  1. BIO206H5 and BIO207H5 and BIO259H5
  2. 1.0 credit from BIO202H5 or BIO203H5 or BIO205H5
  3. CHM242H5 and CHM243H5

Third Year:

  1. BIO314H5 and BIO315H5 and BIO342H5 and BIO360H5 and BIO370Y5 and BIO372H5
  2. CHM361H5 and CHM362H5 and CHM372H5 and CHM373H5
  3. 0.5 credit from BIO304H5 or BIO310H5 or BIO324H5 or BIO341H5 or BIO347H5 or BIO362H5 or BIO368H5 or BIO374H5 or BIO375H5 or BIO380H5 or CHM347H5 or PHY332H5 or PHY333H5 or BCH335H1 or BCH340H1

Fourth Year:

  1. BIO477H5 or BIO419H5**
  2. 1.0 credit from BIO403H5 or BIO407H5 or BIO408H5 or BIO411H5 or BIO417H5 or BIO419H5 or BIO422H5 or BIO429H5 or BIO443H5 or BIO458H5 or BIO476H5 or BIO477H5 or BIO481Y5 or BCH441H1 or CHM444H5 or CHM462H5 or CPS489Y5 or JBC472H5 or JCB487Y5 or JCP463H5 or CSB435H1 or CSB450H1 or CSB459H1 or CSB472H1 or CSB473H1 or CSB474H1 or CSB475H1 or MGY425H1 or MGY428H1 or MGY440H1 or MGY445H1 or MGY451H1 or MGY452H1 or MGY470H1 or MIJ485H1

**Note: that both BIO477H5 and BIO419H5 can be taken, but each will be counted only once in the total 1.5 credits required in this section.

Note:
  1. Students intending to continue into Graduate Studies should consider including a course in independent research in Year 4.
  2. Students may take no more than 2.0 credits combined in ROP, Internship Program, Individual Project/ Thesis courses at the 300/400-level for credit toward their Biology program.
  3. No substitute statistics course will be allowed for BIO360H5.

ERSPE1237 | Program Area: Biology

Neuroscience - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment is limited to students who have:

  1. completed 8.0 credits;
  2. successfully completed PSY100Y5, BIO152H5, BIO153H5, CHM110H5, CHM120H5 and ( MAT132H5, MAT134H5) / ( MAT135H5, MAT136H5)/ MAT135Y5/​ MAT137Y5 (or equivalent);
  3. completed PSY201H5, PSY202H5 (or equivalent), PSY290H5, and at least 0.5 credit from: BIO202H5/​ BIO205H5/​ BIO206H5/​ BIO207H5/​ PSY210H5/​ PSY270H5/​ PSY274H5/​ PSY280H5 with a minimum average of 77%; and
  4. a minimum AGPA of 3.0.

Students who do not meet these requirements and/or students who apply after third year must have a psychology and biology average of at least 77% (based on a minimum of PSY201H5 and PSY202H5 and the next most recent 1.5 credits completed in psychology and biology courses listed in the Neuroscience Specialist program) as well as an AGPA of at least 3.0. These requirements are based on all courses taken during students' most recent academic year (including Summer, when applicable).

Completion Requirements:

11.5-12.5 credits are required, including at least 3.0 credits at the 300/400 level and 1.0 credit at the 400 level.

First Year: PSY100Y5 and BIO152H5 and BIO153H5 and CHM110H5 and CHM120H5 and ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or (or equivalent)

Second Year:

  1. ( PSY201H5 and PSY202H5) or ( STA220H5 and STA221H5) or ( BIO259H5 and BIO360H5) or equivalent
  2. BIO202H5 and BIO206H5 and BIO207H5 and PSY290H5
  3. one of the following: PSY210H5 or PSY270H5 or PSY280H5 or JLP285H5

Third Year: 1.0 credit from each of the following three areas:

  1. Behavioural Neuroscience area: BIO318Y5 or BIO320H5 or BIO328H5 or PSY316H5 or PSY318H5 or PSY346H5 or PSY352H5 or PSY353H5 or PSY354H5 or PSY355H5 or PSY368H5 or PSY369H5 or PSY385H5 or PSY389H5 or PSY391H5 or PSY392H5 or PSY393H5 or PSY395H5 or PSY397H5 or PSY398H5
  2. Molecular/Cellular Biology area: BIO314H5 or BIO315H5 or BIO341H5 or BIO347H5 or BIO372H5 or BIO407H5 or BIO476H5 or PSY355H5 or PSY392H5
  3. Neurobiology area: BIO304H5 or BIO310H5 or BIO380H5 or BIO404H5 or BIO409H5 or PSY318H5 or PSY346H5 or PSY369H5 or PSY393H5 or PSY397H5

Fourth Year:

  1. One seminar from the following: BIO403H5 or BIO404H5 or BIO406H5 or BIO407H5 or BIO408H5 or PSY471H5 or PSY480H5 or PSY490H5 or PSY495H5
  2. One thesis/ research project from the following: BIO481Y5 or PSY400Y5 or PSY401H5 or PSY403H5 or PSY404H5 or PSY405H5 or PSY406H5 or PSY499H5 or PSY499Y5

NOTES:

1. Students intending to pursue the Neuroscience Specialist program should be aware of minimum grade prerequisite requirements for entry to BIO152H5 (minimum grade of 70% in Grade 12 SBI4U) and CHM110H5 (minimum grade of 70% in Grade 12 SCH4U)

2. In second year, students are encouraged to consider taking the following courses depending on their planned course of study:

  • BIO202H5 - required for several courses in the Neurobiology area.
  • PSY210H5 - required for several courses in the Behavioural Neuroscience area.

3. Students interested in taking PSY400Y5 in their last year are advised to take PSY309H5 in their third year.


ERSPE2470 | Program Area: Neuroscience, Psychology

Paleontology - Major (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits (including BIO152H5 and BIO153H5) and who have achieved a CGPA of at least 2.0. All students (including transfer students) must complete 4.0 UTM credits before requesting this program.

Note: CGPA for enrolment in this program is calculated based on a minimum of 4.0 credits completed at UTM with final percentage grades (i.e. CR/ NCR courses are not applicable).

Completion Requirements:

9.0-9.5 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. BIO152H5 and BIO153H5
  2. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
  3. ( MAT132H5 and MAT134H5)* or ( MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or ( MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or MAT137Y5
  4. ENV100Y5 or ERS101H5 or ERS120H5 or ERS111H5

Note: MAT132H5 and MAT134H5 - Calculus for Life Sciences is highly recommended.

Second Year: BIO208H5 and BIO209H5 and BIO259H5 and ERS201H5 and ERS202H5 and ERS203H5 and ESS261H1

Third and Fourth Years: BIO354H5 and BIO356H5 and ERS325H5 and ( ERS411H5 or ESS331H1)


ERMAJ1004 | Program Area: Biology

Philosophy - Major (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

7.0 credits are required, including at least 3.0 credits at the 300 level and 0.5 credit at the 400-level.

The program must include:

  1. 2.0 credits in the History of Philosophy from:
    1. PHL200H5 and PHL210Y5
    2. 0.5 additional credit from PHL220H5 or PHL300H5 or PHL301H5 or PHL302H5 or PHL307H5 or PHL310H5 or PHL311H5 or PHL314H5 or PHL315H5 or PHL324H5 or PHL325H5 or PHL327H5 or PHL400H5 or PHL410H5 or PHL420H5;
  2. 0.5 credit in Logic: PHL245H5
  3. 1.0 credits in Metaphysics and Epistemology from: PHL240H5 or PHL258H5 or PHL332H5 or PHL333H5 or PHL340H5 or PHL341H5 or PHL342H5 or PHL350H5 or PHL355H5 or PHL358H5 or PHL360H5 or PHL366H5 or PHL430H5
  4. 1.0 credits in Ethics and Political Philosophy from:
    1. PHL265H5 or PHL274H5 or PHL275H5
    2. 0.5 additional credit from PHL265H5 or PHL274H5 or PHL275H5 or PHL365H5 or PHL366H5 or PHL370H5 or PHL374H5 or PHL376H5 or PHL475H5 (courses cannot be double counted)
  5. 2.5 additional credits in PHL

Note:
  • Students cannot use more than 1.0 credits from 100-level PHL courses for program completion credit.
  • Students also cannot use PHL204H5 or PHL277Y5 (or in combination with either PHL275H5 or PHL265H5) for program completion credit.
  • Where courses exclude each other, at most one of them may be counted for credit toward philosophy program completion.
  • It is recommended: that students begin their study of Philosophy with PHL103H5 or PHL113H5; and that students planning to enrol in the Major Program in Philosophy complete at least 2.0 credits of PHL200H5 or PHL210Y5 or PHL245H5 or PHL265H5 or PHL275H5 by the end of their second year.
  • All 200-level courses, with the exception of PHL204H5, PHL245H5 and PHL247H5, have the prerequisite that the student has completed at least 4.0 credits at the university. This prerequisite is waived for students who are taking (or have taken) a 100-level course in Philosophy. There are no other prerequisites for any 200-level courses.
  • All 300-level courses, with the exception of PHL344H5, 347H5, have a prerequisite of 1.5 credits in Philosophy. It is strongly recommended that students prepare for 300-level courses by taking two of the following: PHL103H5 or PHL113H5 or PHL200H5 or PHL210Y5 or PHL245H5 or PHL265H5 or PHL275H5. Some 300-level courses have specific prerequisites or recommended preparation, as described in the course descriptions. Students who do not meet the prerequisite for a particular course but believe that they have adequate preparation should consult the Undergraduate Advisor concerning entry to the course.
  • The prerequisite for 400-level courses, except PHL451H5, is 4.5 credits in Philosophy.
When choosing your courses, keep in mind that not all courses listed are offered every year. Some courses required to complete a program might be offered only every other year. For courses offered during the current year, consult the UTM Timetable website.

ERMAJ0231 | Program Area: Philosophy

Philosophy - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits in PHL are required, including at least 1.0 credits at the 300/400 level.

Note:

Students cannot use more than 1.0 credits from 100-level PHL courses for program completion credit.

Students also cannot use PHL204H5 or PHL277Y5 (or in combination with either PHL265H5 or PHL275H5) for program completion credit.

Where courses exclude each other, at most one of them may be counted for credit toward philosophy program completion.

All 200-level courses, with the exception of PHL204H5, PHL245H5 and PHL247H5, have the prerequisite that the student has completed at least 4.0 credits at the university. This prerequisite is waived for students who are taking (or have taken) a 100-level course in Philosophy. There are no other prerequisites for any 200-level courses.
 
All 300-level courses, with the exception of PHL344H5, 347H5, have a prerequisite of 1.5 credits in Philosophy. It is strongly recommended that students prepare for 300-level courses by taking two of the following: PHL103H5 or 113H5 or 200H5 or 210Y5 or 245H5 or PHL265H5 or PHL275H5. Some 300-level courses have specific prerequisites or recommended preparation, as described in the course descriptions. Students who do not meet the prerequisite for a particular course but believe that they have adequate preparation should consult the Undergraduate Advisor concerning entry to the course.
 
The prerequisite for 400-level courses, except PHL451H5, is 4.5 credits in Philosophy.
 
When choosing your courses, keep in mind that not all courses listed are offered every year. Some courses required to complete a program might be offered only every other year. For courses offered during the current year, consult the UTM Timetable website.

ERMIN0231 | Program Area: Philosophy

Philosophy - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in the Specialist Program in Philosophy is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits including 2.0 credits of PHL with a grade of 73% or higher.

Completion Requirements:

10.0 credits in PHL are required, including at least 3.0 credits at the 300 level and at least 1.0 credits at the 400 level.

The program must include:

  1. 3.0 credits in the History of Philosophy from:
    1. PHL200H5 and PHL210Y5
    2. 1.5 additional credits from PHL220H5 or PHL300H5 or PHL301H5 or PHL302H5 or PHL307H5 or PHL310H5 or PHL311H5 or PHL314H5 or PHL315H5 or PHL324H5 or PHL325H5 or PHL327H5 or PHL400H5 or PHL410H5 or PHL420H5
  2. 1.0 credit in Logic and Philosophy of Language from:
    1. PHL245H5
    2. 0.5 additional credit from PHL246H5 or PHL340H5 or PHL345H5 or PHL346H5 or PHL347H5 or PHL348H5 or PHL350H5 or PHL445H5 or PHL447H5 or PHL450H5 or PHL451H5
  3. 1.5 credits in Metaphysics and Epistemology from: PHL332H5 or PHL333H5 or PHL341H5 or PHL342H5 or PHL355H5 or PHL358H5 or PHL360H5 or PHL366H5 or PHL430H5
  4. 1.0 credits in Ethics and Political Philosophy from:
    1. PHL265H5 or PHL275H5
    2. 0.5 additional credit from PHL265H5 or PHL275H5 or PHL365H5 or PHL366H5 or PHL370H5 or PHL374H5 or PHL376H5 or PHL475H5 (courses cannot be double counted)
  5. 3.5 additional credits in PHL
Note:
  • Students cannot use more than 1.0 credits from 100-level PHL courses for program completion credit.
  • Students also cannot use PHL204H5 or PHL277Y5 (or in combination with either PHL265H5 or PHL275H5) for program completion credit.
  • Where courses exclude each other, at most one of them may be counted for credit toward philosophy program completion.
  • It is recommended that all students discuss their course selection requirements with the Undergraduate Advisor.
  • All 200-level courses, with the exception of PHL204H5, PHL245H5 and PHL247H5, have the prerequisite that the student has completed at least 4.0 credits at the university. This prerequisite is waived for students who are taking (or have taken) a 100-level course in Philosophy. There are no other prerequisites for any 200-level courses.
  • All 300-level courses, with the exception of PHL344H5, 347H5, have a prerequisite of 1.5 credits in Philosophy. It is strongly recommended that students prepare for 300-level courses by taking two of the following: PHL103H5 or PHL113H5 or PHL200H5 or PHL210Y5 or PHL245H5 or PHL265H5 or PHL275H5. Some 300-level courses have specific prerequisites or recommended preparation, as described in the course descriptions. Students who do not meet the prerequisite for a particular course but believe that they have adequate preparation should consult the Undergraduate Advisor concerning entry to the course.
  • The prerequisite for 400-level courses, except PHL451H5, is 4.5 credits in Philosophy.

When choosing your courses, keep in mind that not all courses listed are offered every year. Some courses required to complete a program might be offered only every other year. For courses offered during the current year, consult the UTM Timetable website.


ERSPE0231 | Program Area: Philosophy

Philosophy of Science - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required, including at least 1.0 credits at the 300/400 level.

  1. At least one of PHL101H5 or PHL102H5 or PHL103H5 or PHL113H5 or PHL105Y5 or PHL233H5;
  2. At least one of PHL255H5 or PHL355H5;
  3. At least one of PHL350H5 or PHL357H5 or PHL358H5;
  4. 1.5 credits in AST or BIO or ERS or CHM or PSY or PHY;
  5. 1.0 credits in any other PHL course.

Note:

Students cannot use more than 1.0 credits from 100-level PHL courses for program completion credit.

Students also cannot use PHL204H5 or PHL277Y5 (or in combination with either PHL275H5 or PHL265H5) for program completion credit.

Where courses exclude each other, at most one of them may be counted for credit toward philosophy program completion.

All 200-level courses, with the exception of PHL204H5, PHL245H5 and PHL247H5, have the prerequisite that the student has completed at least 4.0 credits at the university. This prerequisite is waived for students who are taking (or have taken) a 100-level course in Philosophy. There are no other prerequisites for any 200-level courses.
All 300-level courses, with the exception of PHL344H5, 347H5, have a prerequisite of 1.5 credits in Philosophy. It is strongly recommended that students prepare for 300-level courses by taking two of the following: PHL103H5 or PHL113H5 or PHL200H5 or PHL210Y5 or PHL245H5 or PHL265H5 or PHL275H5. Some 300-level courses have specific prerequisites or recommended preparation, as described in the course descriptions. Students who do not meet the prerequisite for a particular course but believe that they have adequate preparation should consult the Undergraduate Advisor concerning entry to the course.
The prerequisite for 400-level courses, except PHL451H5, is 4.5 credits in Philosophy.
When choosing your courses, keep in mind that not all courses listed are offered every year. Some courses required to complete a program might be offered only every other year. For courses offered during the current year, consult the UTM Timetable website.

ERMIN1370 | Program Area: Philosophy

Physics - Major (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in this program is based on completion of 4.0 credits, including:

Completion Requirements:

8.5 credits are required.

First Year:
1. PHY146H5 and PHY147H5
2. [( MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
3. MAT223H5
4. ISP100H5

Second Year:
1. 1.5 credits from PHY241H5 or PHY245H5 or JCP221H5 or JCP265H5
2. MAT232H5 and MAT244H5

Third & Fourth Years:

1. JCP321H5 and PHY343H5
2. 2.0 credits from UTM PHY or JCP courses at the 300 or 400-level

Note:
  1. At least 60% mark in PHY147H5
  2. Check prerequisites for all courses
  3. Recommended 1st year MAT courses: ( MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)
  4. Students who have completed PHY136H5 and PHY137H5 should speak with the Department of Chemical & Physical Sciences Academic Counsellor.

ERMAJ1944 | Program Area: Physics

Physics - Minor (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is based on completion of 4.0 credits including:

  1. PHY146H5 and PHY147H5
  2. [( MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
Completion Requirements:

5.0 credits are required including at least 1.5 credits at the 300/400 level. Please note that a number of these courses have MAT pre-requisites and/ or co-requisites.

First Year: ( PHY146H5 and PHY147H5) and [( MAT132H5 or MAT135H5 or MAT137H5 or MAT157H5) and ( MAT136H5 or MAT139H5 or MAT159H5)] or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5

Second Year:

1.5 credits from: PHY241H5 or PHY242H5 or PHY245H5 or PHY299Y5 or JCP221H5 or JCP265H5

Higher Years:

1.5 credits from: JCP321H5 or JCP322H5 or JCP410H5 or JCP421H5 or JCP422H5 or JCP463H5 or PHY324H5 or PHY325H5 or PHY332H5 or PHY333H5 or PHY343H5 or PHY347H5 or PHY351H5 or PHY399Y5 or PHY426H5 or PHY451H5 or PHY473H5

NOTES:

  1. Not all 300 and 400 level courses are offered every year. Please check the course timetable carefully each academic year.
  2. Check all prerequisites and corequisites when registering for 200+ level courses.
  3. Students who have completed PHY136H5 and PHY137H5 should speak with the Department of Chemical & Physical Sciences Academic Counsellor.

ERMIN1944 | Program Area: Physics

Political Science - Major (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited.

4.0 credits are required, including the following:

  • 1.0 credit of POL (with a minimum grade 65% in each course)
  • ISP100H5
  • A CGPA of at least 2.00

Students applying to enrol after second year (8.0 credits) must complete the following:

  • 2.0 credits of POL (with a minimum grade of 70% in each course)
  • ISP100H5
  • An AGPA of at least 2.30
Completion Requirements:

7.5 credits are required, including no more than 1.0 POL credit at the 100 level and at least 2.0 credits at the 300 or 400 level.

  1. ISP100H5
  2. POL200Y5 and [( POL215H5 and POL216H5) or POL214Y5] and POL243H5 and POL244H5
  3. 1.0 credit each (totaling 2.0 credits) from two of the following three fields:
    1. Comparative Politics - ( POL203Y5 or POL203H5) or ( POL218Y5 or POL218H5 or POL219H5) or POL300Y5 or POL300H5 or [ POL302Y5 or ( POL313H5 and POL314H5)] or POL302H5 or ( POL303Y5 or POL303H5) or ( POL304Y5 or POL304H5) or POL309Y5 or POL332Y5 or ( POL354Y5 or POL354H5) or POL360H5 or POL361H5 or POL362H5 or POL373H5 or POL390H5 or POL391H5 or POL438Y5 or POL438H5 or POL440Y5 or POL443Y5 or POL443H5 or POL444H5 or POL445H5 or POL446H5 or POL447H5 or POL448H5
    2. International Relations - ( POL208Y5 or POL209H5 or POL210H5) or POL305H5 or POL307H5 or ( POL310Y5 or POL311H5 or POL312H5) or ( POL327Y5 or POL327H5) or POL340Y5 or ( POL343Y5 or POL344H5 or POL345H5) or POL370H5 or POL406H5 or POL407H5 or POL486Y5 or POL486H5 or POL487H5
    3. Public Policy and Public Administration - POL316Y5 or ( POL317Y5 or POL317H5) or POL318H5 or POL336Y5 or POL346Y5 or POL353Y5 or ( POL355Y5 or POL355H5) or ( POL368H5 or POL368Y5) or ( POL369Y5 or POL371H5 or POL372H5) or POL493H5 or JEP351H5 or JEP356H5 or JEP452H5 or JPE250Y5 or JPE251H5 or JPE252H5
  4. 2.0 additional POL credits
Note:

Students are not permitted to take any of the following courses elsewhere:

1. POL200Y5

2. POL209H5

3. POL210H5

4. POL215H5

5. POL216H5

6. POL218H5

7. POL219H5

8. POL243H5

9. POL244H5

10. POL320Y5

If any of the above credits are completed outside of UTM, students will be required to complete the UTM version of the course and it will be designated as an EXT course. Special consideration may be given to new students assessed for transfer credit at UTM.


ERMAJ2015 | Program Area: Political Science

Political Science - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 POL credits are required including at least 1.0 credit at the 300 or 400 level and no more than 1.0 credit at the 100 level.


ERMIN2015 | Program Area: Political Science

Political Science - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited.

4.0 credits are required, including the following:

  • 1.0 credit of POL (with a minimum grade of 70% in each course)
  • ISP100H5
  • A CGPA of at least 2.00

Students applying to enrol after second year (8.0 credits) must complete the following:

  • 2.0 credits of POL (with a minimum grade of 70% in each course)
  • ISP100H5
  • An AGPA of at least 2.30
Completion Requirements:

11.0 credits are required; including no more than 1.0 POL credit at the 100 level and 4.0 credits at the 300/400 level, of which 2.0 credits must be at the 400 level.

  1. ISP100H5
  2. POL200Y5 and [ POL208Y5 or ( POL209H5 and POL210H5)] and [ POL214Y5 or ( POL215H5 and POL216H5)] and [ POL218Y5 or ( POL218H5 and POL219H5)] and [ POL242Y5 or ( POL243H5 and POL244H5)] and POL320Y5 and ( POL342H5 or POL343H5)
  3. 1.0 credit from the following courses in the field of Public Policy and Public Administration: POL316Y5 or ( POL317Y5 or POL317H5) or POL318H5 or POL336Y5 or POL346Y5 or POL353Y5 or ( POL355Y5 or POL355H5) or ( POL368Y5 or POL368H5) or ( POL369Y5 or POL371H5 or POL372H5) or POL493H5 or JEP351H5 or JEP356H5 or JEP452H5 or JPE250Y5 or JPE251H5 or JPE252H5
  4. 3.0 credits of additional POL courses where 2.0 credits must be at 400 level
Note:

Students are not permitted to take any of the following courses elsewhere:

1. POL200Y5

2. POL209H5

3. POL210H5

4. POL215H5

5. POL216H5

6. POL218H5

7. POL219H5

8. POL243H5

9. POL244H5

10. POL320Y5

If any of the above credits are completed outside of UTM, students will be required to complete the UTM version of the course and it will be designated as an EXT course. Special consideration may be given to new students assessed for transfer credit at UTM.


ERSPE2015 | Program Area: Political Science

Professional Experience Certificate in Digital Media, Communication and Technology

Description:

The Professional Experience Certificate in Digital Media, Communication and Technology program provides eligible students the opportunity to integrate work placements into their ICCIT program of study. The certificate offers students authentic learning experiences outside the classroom that involve the application of skills and concepts learned in the classroom through a 12-16 week non-credit paid work term and a course-based internship. This certificate program must be taken in addition to any of the current ICCIT programs.

Students enrolled in the certificate program also complete two professional practice courses in class (1.0 credit), CCT273H5 Professional Practice and Communication, and CCT373H5 Career Planning and Development, as well as 0.5 credit from CCT409H5 Special Topics in Work-Based Learning or CCT410H5 CCIT Internship I or WRI410H5 Internship I that count toward their program requirements.

Students will be eligible to apply for this certificate program at the end of their second year of study. Requests to enrol in this certificate program subject post will only be assessed through the Spring term via Acorn with notification of acceptance/invitations made available in the Summer.

Students will be awarded the certificate via a transcript notation upon successful completion of the four required courses and one 12-16 week full-time work placement.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment: Enrolment in the Certificate Program in ICCIT is limited to students who have met the following criteria:

1. Concurrently enrolled in one of the following ICCIT programs:

  • Communication, Culture, Information and Technology (CCIT) Major;
  • Professional Writing & Communication (PWC) Major;
  • Digital Enterprise Management (DEM) Specialist;
  • Technology, Coding and Society (TCS) Major.

2. Have completed CCT110H5 Rhetoric and Media or WRI173H5 Creative Non-Fiction or WRI203H5 Expressive Writing.

3. Have completed CCT273H5 Professional Practice and Communication with a minimum course grade of 70%.

4. Have achieved an overall minimum CGPA of 2.5. The CGPA requirement for entry will be set each year in relation to the number of applicants, with the minimum being 2.5.

Completion Requirements:

2.0 credits and one 12-16 week full-time work placement.

Required courses:

  1. CCT110H5 or WRI173H5 or WRI203H5
  2. CCT273H5 and CCT373H5
  3. CCT409H5 or CCT410H5 or WRI410H5

ERCER1033 | Program Area: Communication, Culture, Information and Technology

Professional Writing and Communication - Major (Arts)

Description:

Professional Writing and Communication (PWC) program aims to produce critical thinkers and flexible, reflective writers and editors who apply their knowledge of language across a range of academic disciplines and professional practices. PWC students transform complex ideas into engaging and exciting writing for a diversity of audiences across multiple platforms. Through intensive training in writing and editing processes, graduates harness the power of narrative to research, write and publish original work.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited. 4.0 credits are required, including the following:

  1. CCT109H5 (with a minimum grade of 65%);
  2. CCT110H5 (with a minimum grade of 65%);
  3. WRI173H5 (with a minimum grade of 65%); and
  4. A minimum CGPA (see note below).

NOTES:

  1. The minimum CGPA required for program entry are determined annually based on demand.
  2. All students (including transfer students) must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program.
  3. Courses completed as CR/NCR will not be counted as part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

  1. CCT109H5 (minimum grade of 65%)
  2. CCT110H5 (minimum grade of 65%)
  3. WRI173H5 (minimum grade of 65%)

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 3.20 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Completion Requirements:

8.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. CCT109H5
  2. CCT110H5
  3. WRI173H5 or WRI203H5

Second Year:

  1. WRI273H5 or WRI292H5 or WRI293H5
  2. 0.5 credit from any 200-level WRI course

Higher Years:

5.5 credits from any 300 or 400 level WRI courses, including the options of CCT417H5 or CCT454H5. 0.5 credit must be at the 400-level.


ERMAJ1302 | Program Area: Communication, Culture, Information and Technology, Co-op Internship Program

Professional Writing and Communication - Minor (Arts)

Description:

Professional Writing and Communication (PWC) program aims to produce critical thinkers and flexible, reflective writers and editors who apply their knowledge of language across a range of academic disciplines and professional practices. PWC students transform complex ideas into engaging and exciting writing for a diversity of audiences across multiple platforms. Through intensive training in writing and editing processes, graduates harness the power of narrative to research, write and publish original work.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited. 4.0 credits are required, including the following:

  1. WRI173H5 (with a minimum grade of 65%); and
  2. A minimum CGPA (see note below).

NOTES:

  1. The minimum CGPA required for program entry is determined annually based on demand.
  2. All students (including transfer students) must complete 4.0 UofT credits before requesting this program.
  3. Courses completed as CR/NCR will not be counted as part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.
Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required.

First & Second Years:

  1. First Year: WRI173H5 (0.5 credit)
  2. Second Year: A minimum of 0.5 WRI credit at the 200-level

Third & Fourth Years: 3.0 WRI credits at the 300- or 400-level with a minimum of 0.5 credit at the 400-level.

Note:

Students are encouraged to review 300 and 400-level WRI courses in advance, and take necessary 200-level WRI courses to meet prerequisites in higher years.


ERMIN1302 | Program Area: Communication, Culture, Information and Technology

Psychology - Major (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — All students must have completed Ontario Grade 12 Biology (SBI4U) and Advanced Functions (MHF4U) or equivalents.

Students applying at the end of their first year (minimum 4.0 completed credits), must have a grade of at least 64% in PSY100Y5 and a CGPA of at least 2.0.

Students who do not meet these requirements and/or students who apply after second year must have a psychology average of at least 64% (based on a minimum of 1.5 completed credits in psychology) as well as an AGPA of at least 2.0. Both these requirements are based on all courses taken during students' most recent academic year (including Summer, when applicable).

Completion Requirements:

6.5-7.0 credits in Psychology are required, including 2.0 at the 300/400 level.

First Year: PSY100Y5

Higher Years:

  1. PSY201H5/​ ECO220Y5/​ ECO227Y5/​ SOC350H5/​ STA218H5/​ STA220H5
  2. PSY210H5, PSY290H5
  3. one of the following: PSY270H5, PSY280H5, JLP285H5
  4. one of the following: PSY220H5, PSY230H5, PSY240H5
  5. 1.5 credits from the following courses: 0.5 credit must be taken from each group:
    1. Biological Bases of Behaviour: PSY318H5, PSY346H5, PSY351H5, PSY352H5, PSY353H5, PSY354H5, PSY355H5, PSY362H5, PSY372H5, PSY391H5, PSY392H5, PSY393H5, PSY395H5, PSY397H5, PSY398H5; BIO304H5, BIO310H5, BIO318Y5, BIO328H5
    2. Perception/Cognition/Communication: PSY312H5, PSY316H5, PSY362H5, PSY371H5, PSY372H5, PSY385H5, PSY387H5, PSY393H5, PSY397H5, JLP315H5, JLP383H5, JLP384H5, JLP388H5
    3. Developmental/Abnormal/Social/Personality: PSY310H5, PSY311H5, PSY312H5, PSY313H5, PSY314H5, PSY316H5, PSY317H5, PSY318H5, PSY320H5, PSY321H5, PSY324H5, PSY325H5, PSY327H5, PSY328H5, PSY330H5, PSY331H5, PSY333H5, PSY340H5, PSY341H5, PSY343H5, PSY344H5, PSY345H5, PSY346H5, PSY353H5, JLP315H5
  6. 1.5 additional credits in Psychology. At least 0.5 must be at the 300/400 level

NOTE: A single course can be used to satisfy only one Psychology program requirement.


ERMAJ1160 | Program Area: Psychology

Psychology - Minor (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — All students must have completed Ontario Grade 12 Biology (SBI4U) and Advanced Functions (MHF4U) or out of province equivalents.

Students applying at the end of their first year (minimum 4.0 completed credits) must have a grade of at least 61% in PSY100Y5 and a CGPA of at least 2.0.

Students who do not meet these requirements and/or students who apply after second year must have a psychology average of at least 61% (based on a minimum of 1.5 completed credits in psychology) as well as an AGPA of at least 2.0. Both these requirements are based on all courses taken during student's most recent academic year (including Summer, when applicable).

Completion Requirements:

4.0-4.5 credits are required, including 1.0 credit at the 300 level or above.

First Year: PSY100Y5

Higher Years:

  1. PSY201H5 or ECO220Y5 or ECO227Y5 or SOC350H5 or STA218H5 or STA220H5
  2. PSY290H5
  3. PSY270H5 or PSY280H5 or JLP285H5
  4. PSY210H5 or PSY220H5 or PSY230H5 or PSY240H5
  5. 1.0 credit in PSY at the 300 level or above, excluding PSY399H5 and PSY399Y5

ERMIN1160 | Program Area: Psychology

Psychology - Specialist (Science)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have:

  1. completed Gr. 12(4U) Biology and Advanced Functions or equivalent;
  2. completed 8.0 credits;
  3. completed PSY201H5 and PSY202H5 (or equivalent) and at least 1.5 credits in 200-level PSY courses with a minimum average of 77% across the 2.5 credits; and
  4. a minimum CGPA of 3.0.

Students who do not meet these requirements and/or students who apply after third year must have a psychology average of at least 77% (based on a minimum of PSY201H5 and PSY202H5 and the next most recent 1.5 credits completed in psychology) as well as an AGPA of at least 3.0. These requirements are based on all courses taken during students' most recent academic year (including Summer, when applicable).

Please see the Psychology Department website (www.utm.utoronto.ca/psychology) for full enrolment requirement details.

Completion Requirements:

10.0-11.0 credits in Psychology are required.

First Year: PSY100Y5

Second Year:

  1. PSY201H5 and PSY202H5 (or equivalent)
  2. PSY210H5 and PSY290H5
  3. PSY270H5 or PSY280H5 or JLP285H5
  4. PSY220H5 or PSY230H5 or PSY240H5
  5. 0.5 additional PSY credit at the 200-level

Third Year:

  1. PSY309H5
  2. One laboratory course from the following: PSY319H5 or PSY329H5 or PSY368H5 or PSY369H5 or PSY379H5 or PSY389H5
  3. 3.0 credits from the following courses (with a min. 0.5 credits from each grouping):
    1. Biological Bases of Behaviour: PSY318H5 or PSY346H5 or PSY351H5 or PSY352H5 or PSY353H5 or PSY354H5 or PSY355H5 or PSY362H5 or PSY372H5 or PSY391H5 or PSY392H5 or PSY393H5 or PSY395H5 or PSY397H5 or PSY398H5 or BIO304H5 or BIO310H5 or BIO318Y5 or BIO328H5
    2. Perception/Cognition/Communication: PSY312H5 or PSY316H5 or PSY362H5 or PSY371H5 or PSY372H5 or PSY385H5 or PSY387H5 or PSY393H5 or PSY397H5 or JLP315H5 or JLP383H5 or JLP384H5 or JLP388H5
    3. Developmental/Abnormal/Social/Personality: PSY310H5 or PSY311H5 or PSY312H5 or PSY313H5 or PSY314H5 or PSY316H5 or PSY317H5 or PSY318H5 or PSY320H5 or PSY321H5 or PSY324H5 or PSY325H5 or PSY327H5 or PSY328H5 or PSY330H5 or PSY331H5 or PSY333H5 or PSY340H5 or PSY341H5 or PSY343H5 or PSY344H5 or PSY345H5 or PSY346H5 or PSY353H5 or JLP315H5

Fourth Year:

  1. PSY400Y5 or PSY401H5 or PSY403H5 or PSY404H5 or PSY405H5 or PSY406H5 or PSY499H5 or PSY499Y5
  2. 1.0 credit from the following courses: PSY402H5 or PSY410H5 or PSY415H5 or PSY420H5 or PSY424H5 or PSY430H5 or PSY435H5 or PSY440H5 or PSY442Y5 or PSY471H5 or PSY480H5 or PSY490H5 or PSY495H5 or JLP481H5 or JLP483H5 or BIO403H5 or BIO407H5 or STA441H5

NOTE: A single course can be used to satisfy only one Psychology program requirement.


ERSPE1160 | Program Area: Psychology

Sociology - Major (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment: Space in the Major program in Sociology is limited. To be considered for enrolment, students must meet the following minimum criteria. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.

  1. Credits: A minimum of 4.0 credits.
  2. Prerequisite Course(s): Students must have a final mark of at least 67% in SOC100H5 OR a final mark of at least 70% in each of two 0.5 credit SOC courses at the 200 level or above.
  3. ISP100H5
  4. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA): The Department of Sociology determines the minimum CGPA annually in relation to the number of applicants. It is never below 2.00.
Completion Requirements:

7.0-7.5 credits are required.

First Year:

  • SOC100H5
  • ISP100H5 (for students entering the program in 2024-2025 and beyond)

Higher Years:

  • SOC221H5 and SOC222H5 and SOC231H5
  • 1.0 credit of SOC at the 300 level
  • 1.0 credit of SOC at the 400 level
  • 1.0 credit of SOC at the 300/400 level
  • 2.0 credits of SOC
Note:

Students are not permitted to take any of the following courses elsewhere:

    1. SOC100H5
    2. SOC109H5
    3. SOC205H5
    4. SOC221H5
    5. SOC222H5
    6. SOC231H5
    7. SOC350H5
    8. SOC387H5
    9. SOC440Y5

If any of the above credits are completed outside of UTM, students will be required to complete the UTM version of the course and it will be designated as an EXT course. Special consideration may be given to new students assessed for transfer credit at UTM.


ERMAJ1013 | Program Area: Sociology

Sociology - Minor (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment: — Admission is based on the following criteria:

  1. Credits: Students must have a minimum of 4.0 credits.

  2. Prerequisite Course(s): Students must have a minimum final mark of 65% in SOC100H5, OR a final mark of 67% in each of two 0.5 credit SOC courses at the 200 level or above.

  3. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA): The Department of Sociology determines the CGPA requirement each admission period in relation to the number of applicants and it is never below 2.00.

Note: Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits in Sociology are required.

Year 1

Year 2

  • 2.5 SOC credits at the 200 level

Year 3

  • 1.0 SOC credit at the 300 level
Note:

Students are not permitted to take any of the following courses elsewhere:

    1. SOC100H5
    2. SOC109H5

If any of the above credits are completed outside of UTM, students will be required to complete the UTM version of the course and it will be designated as an EXT course. Special consideration may be given to new students assessed for transfer credit at UTM.


ERMIN1013 | Program Area: Sociology

Sociology - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment - Space in the Specialist Program in Sociology is limited. To be considered for enrolment, students must meet the following minimum criteria. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.

  1. Registration Status: Current enrolment in the Sociology Major program.
  2. Credits: A minimum of 8.0 credits.
  3. Prerequisite Courses: SOC100H5 and SOC221H5 and SOC222H5 and SOC231H5 and ISP100H5 with a minimum average of 73% across all courses.
  4. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA): The Department of Sociology determines the minimum CGPA annually in relation to the number of applicants. It is never below 2.00.

Completion Requirements:

10.0-10.5 credits are required.

First Year:

Higher Years:


Note:

Students are not permitted to take any of the following courses elsewhere:

    1. SOC100H5
    2. SOC109H5
    3. SOC205H5
    4. SOC221H5
    5. SOC222H5
    6. SOC231H5
    7. SOC350H5
    8. SOC387H5
    9. SOC440Y5

If any of the above credits are completed outside of UTM, students will be required to complete the UTM version of the course and it will be designated as an EXT course. Special consideration may be given to new students assessed for transfer credit at UTM.


ERSPE1013 | Program Area: Sociology

South Asian Humanities - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits, including at least 1.0 credits at the 300/400 level. Students wishing to complete a South Asian Humanities Minor Program must successfully complete 4.0 credits from the courses listed below. These must include courses from two of the following disciplines: History (HIS), History of Religions (RLG) or Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies (WGS) within the Department of Historical Studies, Philosophy (PHL), Political Science (POL), Language Studies (LAN), Visual Studies (VCC, FAH), and Anthropology (ANT).

ELECTIVES:

Students are responsible for checking the co- and prerequisites for all courses.

Anthropology: ANT316H5

Fine Art History: FAH383H5, FAH385H5

Language Studies: HIN311H5, HIN312H5, HIN313H5, HIN411H5, HIN412Y5, PRS210H5, PRS211H5, PRS310H5, PRS311H5, SAN392Y5, URD312Y5

History: HIS382H5, HIS386H5, HIS388H5, HIS389H5 , HIS394H5, HIS448H5, HIS484H5

History of Religions: RLG307H5, RLG308H5, RLG310H5, RLG360H5, RLG361H5 , RLG362H5, RLG365H5, RLG366H5, RLG421H5, RLG422H5, RLG460H5, RLG463H5, RLG464H5, RLG465H5

Philosophy: PHL235H5, PHL311H5

Political Science: POL305H5, POL305Y5, POL446H5

Visual Culture and Communication: VCC406H5

Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies: WGS345H5


ERMIN1333 | Program Area: South Asian Humanities

Sustainability - Minor (Arts)

Description:

The goal of this program is to give students an opportunity to explore the theory and practice of sustainability and sustainable development. There is growing interest in Sustainability among students from across the disciplines at UTM. The program speaks to the Mission and Values of UTM, which identify us as an institution that values sustainability as a core value. Courses address both the theoretical aspects of sustainability and its practical applications.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed ENV100Y5 with a mark of 60% or higher.


Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits are required, with at least 1.0 credit at the 300-400 level.

First Year: ENV100Y5

Higher Years:

1. ENV201H5, ENV210H5, ENV305H5

2. 1.5 additional credits from: ENV311H5, ENV320H5, ENV332H5, ENV425H5, ENV435H5GGR252H5, GGR329H5, GGR387H5, GGR419H5, JEP356H5, JEP452H5, JPE251H5, JPE252H5, POL346Y5, POL475H5, SOC459H5, SOC465H5, ENV307H1, ENV461H1

Note: Be sure to look ahead and plan to complete the prerequisites for any upper-level elective courses that are of interest to you. The ENV upper-level course electives typically rely only on the program’s core courses as prerequisites, but upper-level electives from other departments could have different prerequisites, so be sure to check the Calendar listings for these courses and their prerequisites.


ERMIN1287 | Program Area: Environmental Management

Technology, Coding & Society - Major (Arts)

Description:

The Technology, Coding, and Society (TCS) major program focuses on the impact of technologies, including hardware, platform and associated software, on people and on society more generally. Students learn essential computer coding skills, are taught theories on the use of digital platforms from humanistic and social science perspectives, learn to analyze the data that digital platforms produce, and then apply these concepts through practical labs and through optional work-integrated learning opportunities. Since the TCS Major is within the Institute of Communication, Culture, Information and Technology (ICCIT), students can concurrently obtain a Professional Experience Certificate in Digital Media, Communication, and Technology from ICCIT.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Admission is based on academic performance (CGPA) in a minimum of 4.0 credits that must include a minimum grade of 65% in each of CCT109H5, CCT110H5 and CCT111H5.

Each year the ICCIT program sets a minimum required CGPA. This will vary from year to year and is based, in part, on supply and demand. All students (including transfer students) must complete 4.0 U of T credits before requesting this program.

Courses with a grade of CR/NCR will not count as part of the 4.0 credits required for program entry.

Tuition fees for students enrolling in any CCIT Specialist/Major programs will be higher than for other Arts and Science programs.

Enrolment in the UTMCIP stream of this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including:

Students who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 3.20 are encouraged to apply. Students must be in good standing with no outstanding academic integrity cases.

Completion Requirements:

8.0 credits are required including at least 3.5 at the 300/400 level. Program must be taken in
combination with another major or two minors.

First Year: (1.5 credits required)

Second Year: (3.0 credits required)

Third and Higher Years: (3.5 credits required)

Note:

1. 300/400-level CCT courses are restricted to students in ICCIT programs only.
2. It is your responsibility to ensure that the prerequisites for courses listed in the calendar have been met. Students without the prerequisites can be removed at any time. No waivers will be granted.


ERMAJ1040 | Program Area: Communication, Culture, Information and Technology, Co-op Internship Program

Theatre and Drama Studies - Specialist (Arts)

Description:

The study of Theatre, Drama and Performance examines the relationship between the artists who create written texts intended for production, the artists who turn scripts into performances, and the audiences who experience the resulting theatrical event. It is the study of the event itself and the acts of creation involved in producing that event. Theatre, Drama and Performance involves the study of plays, actors, directors, theatres, designers, and audiences from the classical stage to contemporary plays and performances from around the world.

The focus of Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies at U of T Mississauga, both curricular and extra-curricular, is the Erindale Studio Theatre and the Multi-Media Studio Theatre in the CCT Building (or MiST). The Erindale Studio Theatre is used for performances of Theatre Erindale, the production company of the Specialist Program, and for performances of the English and Drama Student Society (EDSS). MiST is used for teaching and co-curricular and extra-curricular performances by all programs. We also have several rehearsal halls in Deerfield Hall that are used for classes, performances, and other program activities.

Courses in related topics are given in many disciplines. A list of these courses is given in the general notes for All Programs below and students interested in the field are advised to consider taking some of them.

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The Specialist Honours Program in Theatre & Drama Studies, offered jointly with Sheridan College, involves the study of plays, actors, theatres, designers and audiences from the classical stage to contemporary plays and performances from around the world. We give students the opportunity to earn a two-year (equivalent) conservatory diploma in professional actor training from Sheridan within a Specialist degree in performance history and theory and dramatic literature from U of T Mississauga. This high-powered combined program prepares students for a career on the stage or behind the scenes in the professional theatre world, or for drama teaching at the high school or university level.

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited to students who are successful in an audition, conducted in the spring of each year. For audition requirements, please see the website www.utm.utoronto.ca/reg/audition. Enrolment in all studio courses (DRS) is restricted to students in the Specialist Program. Students applying to proceed to the second year of the Theatre and Drama Studies program must have completed 4.0 credits with a minimum CGPA of 2.0.

TDS students must enroll in the Specialist Subject POSt at the end of the first year. Check your email and ACORN for further information about your Subject POSt or contact your undergraduate advisor.

Completion Requirements:

12.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. DRE121H5 or ENG121H5
  2. DRS121H5 and DRS122H5
  3. DRE122H5 or ENG122H5

Second Year:

  1. DRE200H5 and DRE222H5
  2. DRS221H5 and DRS222H5

Third & Fourth Year:

  1. DRS321H5 and DRS322H5
  2. DRS325H5 and DRS326H5
  3. DRS421H5 and DRS422H5
  4. DRS425H5 and DRS426H5
  5. 1.5 DRE credit at the 300/400-level
  6. 0.5 DRE credit at the 400-level
  7. 2.0 additional credits of drama-related courses (see course list below)
Note:
  1. Additional DRE courses and the following drama-related courses can be used to fulfill the requirements for any Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies program: CIN206H5 or CIN207H5 or CIN208H5 or CIN215H5 or CIN308H5 or CIN403H5 or CLA300H5 or ENG218H5 or ENG223H5 or ENG261H5 or ENG263H5 or ENG279H5 or ENG309H5 or ENG317H5 or ENG330H5 or ENG331H5 or ENG335H5 or ENG336H5 or ENG337H5 or ENG340H5 or ENG341H5 or ENG342H5 or ENG343H5 or ENG352H5 or ENG424H5 or ENG425H5 or ENG426H5 or ENG434H5 (when drama related) or ENG435H5 or ENG436H5 (when drama related) or ENG460H5 or ENG461H5 or ENG462H5 or ENG463H5 or ENG470H5 or ENG471H5 or ENG472H5 or ENG473H5 (when drama related) or FAH475H5 or FRE393H5 or FRE397H5 or FRE417H5 or GER353H5 or GER355H5 or ITA242H5 or ITA246H5 or ITA247H5 or ITA307H5 or ITA309H5 or ITA311H5 or ITA313H5 or ITA315Y5 or ITA342H5 or ITA343H5 or ITA413Y5 or ITA415Y5 or ITA490Y5 or ITA495Y5 or VCC427H5. Many of these courses have departmental prerequisites. You should consult the academic calendar before enrolling or contact the Undergraduate Advisor for assistance.
  2. ENG100H5 does not count toward the TDS Specialist program.
  3. DRE201H5 is not intended for Specialists and does not count towards program requirements.
  4. "Taking a year off" from this program is possible, if difficult, after the first and second year, problematic and nearly impossible after the third year. Returning at any point requires consultation with the Director of Drama Studies at UTM and the Program Coordinator at Sheridan College and also depends on the availability of space in the class you wish to join. Likewise, students considering time away should also consult the Director of Drama Studies at UTM and the Program Coordinator at Sheridan College.

ERSPE1880 | Program Area: Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies

Visual Culture - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 total credits are required, including at least 1.0 credit at the 300/400 level.

First Year: VCC101H5

Second Year: At least 1.0 credit at the 200 level in VCC/CIN

Upper Years: 2.5 credits at the 300/400 level in VCC/CIN/VST, ENG235H5, ANT208H5, WGS336H5, WGS375H5. In consultation with the undergraduate counsellor HIS494H5 may qualify on a year-to-year basis.


ERMIN1210 | Program Area: Visual Culture and Communication

Visual Culture and Communication - Specialist (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in this program is highly competitive and will be limited as follows (meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission):

  1. A minimum of 4.0 credits, including ISP100H5 and CCT109H5 and CCT110H5 and FAH101H5 and VCC101H5;
  2. A minimum CGPA determined annually. It is generally between 2.7 and 3.0 and never lower than 2.2; and
  3. A minimum 65% average among CCT109H5 and CCT110H5 and FAH101H5 and VCC101H5; with at least 60% in each course.

Tuition fees for students enrolling in this Department of Visual Studies program will be higher than for other Arts and Sciences programs.

Completion Requirements:

13.0 credits are required, including at least 1.0 credit of VCC at the 400 level.

Specialists in VCC are strongly urged to structure their studies as follows:

First Year: CCT109H5 and CCT110H5 and FAH101H5 and VCC101H5 and CIN101H5 and ISP100H5

Second Year:
1. 1.0 credit from CCT204H5 or CCT250H5 or CCT270H5
2. 1.0 credit from CCT200H5 or CCT206H5 or CCT210H5
3. 1.0 credit from VCC205H5 or VCC236H5 or VCC290H5

Third Year:
1. 2.0 credits from CCT310H5 or CCT311H5 or CCT353H5 or VCC394H5 or VCC397H5
2. 1.5 credits of VCC at the 300/400 level
3. 1.0 credit from VST410H5 or any CIN or FAH course at the 300/400 level

Fourth Year:
1. VCC400H5 and 0.5 additional credit of VCC at the 400 level
2. CCT417H5 and CCT434H5 and CCT453H5 (with permission and the appropriate prerequisites, up to 1.0 credit can be replaced with FAS246H5 or FAS346Y5 or FAS347Y5)

Note:

Students admitted to the program prior to 2022 must follow the program requirements in the 2021 academic calendar if they wish to receive the Certificate in Digital Communications from Sheridan College. The Certificate in Digital Communications will no longer be available for students enrolling in 2022 and beyond.




ERSPE1200 | Program Area: Visual Culture and Communication

Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies - Major (Arts)

Enrolment Requirements:

Limited Enrolment – Students enrolling at the end of first year (4.0 credits) must achieve a minimum grade of 65% in WGS101H5. Students who do not meet this criteria can apply to enrol after second year (8.0 credits) with a minimum grade of 65% in WGS200Y5.

Completion Requirements:

7.0 credits, meeting the following requirements:

First Year:

WGS101H5

Higher Years:

3. WGS200Y5
4. 1.0 WGS credits at the 200-level
5. 2.0 WGS credits at the 300-level
6. 1.0 WGS credits at the 400-level
7. 1.5 additional credits in WGS at any level or from the list of electives below

ELECTIVES:
Students are responsible for checking the co- and prerequisites for all courses.


ERMAJ1443 | Program Area: Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies - Minor (Arts)

Completion Requirements:

4.0 credits, meeting the following requirements:

First Year:

1. WGS101H5

Higher Years:

2. WGS200Y5
3. 0.5 WGS credit at the 200-level
4. 1.0 WGS credits at the 300-level
5. 0.5 WGS credit at the 400-level
6. 0.5 additional WGS credit at any level


ERMIN1443 | Program Area: Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies