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Anthropology - Major (Arts)

Anthropology - Major (Arts)

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in this program is limited. To qualify, students must have completed 4.0 credits and achieved a GPA of at least 2.0 in 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 GPA of at least 2.0 in all ANT courses (including JAL and HSC courses) as well as ISP100H5.

7.5 credits are required.

First Year: ANT101H5 and ANT102H5 and ISP100H5

Second Year:
1. ANT204H5 and ANT206H5 and ANT207H5
2. (ANT200H5 and ANT201H5) or (1.0 credit from ANT202H5 or ANT203H5 or ANT220H5)

Higher Years:
3.5 additional ANT credits. At least 1.0 credit must be at the 300 level, including 0.5 credit at the 400 level.


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


ERMAJ1775 | Program Area: Anthropology

Anthropology - Major (Science)

Anthropology - Major (Science)

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in this program is limited. To qualify, students must have completed 4.0 credits and achieved a GPA of at least 2.0 in 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 GPA of at least 2.0 in all ANT courses (including JAL and HSC courses) as well as ISP100H5.

7.5 credits are required.

First Year: ANT101H5 and ANT102H5 and ISP100H5

Second Year:
1. ANT200H5 and ANT201H5 and ANT202H5 and ANT203H5 and ANT220H5
2. ANT204H5
3. ANT206H5 or ANT207H5

Higher Years:
2.5 additional ANT credits, of which at least 2.0 must be ANT science courses. At least 1.0 of the 2.5 credits must be at the 300 level, including 0.5 credit at the 400 level.


NOTE: HSC403H5 and HSC404H5 are science credits and can be used to fulfill ANT program requirements.


ERMAJ0105 | Program Area: Anthropology

Anthropology - Minor (Arts)

Anthropology - Minor (Arts)

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:

  1. Please be aware of the upper year prerequisite requirements when choosing your second-year courses for the minor. Students must have completed all published prerequisites in order to enrol in 300 and 400 level Anthropology courses. Students without prerequisites can be removed at any time. No waivers will be granted.
  2. JAL253H5, JAL353H5, and JAL355H5 are counted as ANT social science credits. HSC403H5 and HSC404H5 are counted as ANT science credits.

ERMIN1775 | Program Area: Anthropology

Anthropology - Specialist (Arts)

Anthropology - Specialist (Arts)

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in this program is limited. To qualify, students must have completed 4.0 credits and achieved a GPA of at least 2.0 in 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 GPA of at least 2.0 in all ANT courses (including JAL and HSC courses) as well as ISP100H5.

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)
2. ANT204H5 and ANT206H5 and ANT207H5

Higher Years:
6.5 additional ANT credits. At least 4.0 credits must be at the 300/400 level, including 1.0 credit at the 400 level.


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


ERSPE1775 | Program Area: Anthropology

Anthropology - Specialist (Science)

Anthropology - Specialist (Science)

Limited Enrolment – Enrolment in this program is limited. To qualify, students must have completed 4.0 credits and achieved a GPA of at least 2.0 in 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 GPA of at least 2.0 in all ANT courses (including JAL and HSC courses) as well as ISP100H5.

10.5 credits are required.

First Year: ANT101H5, ANT102H5, ISP100H5

Second Year:
1. ANT200H5, ANT201H5, ANT202H5, ANT203H5, ANT220H5
2. ANT204H5
3. ANT206H5 or ANT207H5

Higher Years:
5.5 additional ANT credits, of which at least 4.0 must be ANT science courses. At least 3.5 of the 5.5 credits must be at the 300/400 level, including 1.0 credit at the 400 level.


NOTE: HSC403H5 and HSC404H5 are science credits and can be used to fulfill ANT program requirements.



ERSPE0105 | Program Area: Anthropology

Applied Statistics - Major (Science)

Applied Statistics - Major (Science)

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

  1. STA107H5 or STA256H5 or STA257H5 (with a minimum grade of 60%);
  2. MAT134H5 or MAT136H5 or MAT134Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or MAT233H5; and
  3. A minimum cumulative grade point average, to be determined annually.

7.0-7.5 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. CSC108H5
  2. MAT102H5
  3. (MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or (MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or MAT134Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  4. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5

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 STA310H5 or STA312H5 or (STA313H5 or STA360H5) or STA314H5 or STA315H5 or STA348H5 or STA413H5 or STA431H5 or STA437H5 or STA441H5 or STA457H5 or CSC322H5 or CSC311H5 or CSC411H5 or MAT302H5 or MAT311H5 or MAT332H5 or MAT334H5 or MAT344H5 or (MAT337H5 or MAT378H5)

NOTES:

  1. MAT133Y5 is included in the credit count only if the student also completes MAT233H5 (in which case MAT232H5 is not required).
  2. ECO220Y5 cannot be substituted for STA256H5 or STA258H5 and/or STA260H5.
  3. ECO227Y5 can be substituted for STA256H5 and STA258H5, but not for STA260H5.
  4. STA107H5 is highly recommended in first year, but it is not required.
  5. MAT337H5 or MAT378H5 is highly recommended for students intending to pursue graduate level studies in statistics.

ERMAJ1540 | Program Area: Statistics, Applied

Applied Statistics - Minor (Science)

Applied Statistics - Minor (Science)

4.5 -5.0 credits are required.

First Year: MAT133Y5 or (MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or (MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or MAT134Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5

Higher Years:

  1. 1.0 credit made up of any combination of (PSY201H5 and PSY202H5) or (BIO360H5 and BIO361H5) or SOC350H5 or ECO220Y5 or any STA courses other than STA256H5 and STA258H5
  2. MAT232H5 or MAT233H5 or MAT257Y5
  3. STA256H5 and STA258H5
  4. 1.0 additional credit of STA at the 300/400 level

NOTES:

  1. ECO220Y5 cannot be substituted for STA256H5 and/or STA258H5 and/or STA260H5.
  2. ECO227Y5 can be substituted for STA256H5 and STA258H5, but not for STA260H5.
  3. Students who include any of PSY201H5 or PSY202H5 or BIO360H5 or BIO361H5 or SOC350H5 or ECO220Y5 in this program are responsible for ensuring that these courses are completed prior to enrolling in STA256H5 and that all STA course prerequisites and exclusions are met.

ERMIN1540 | Program Area: Statistics, Applied

Applied Statistics - Specialist (Science)

Applied Statistics - Specialist (Science)

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

  1. STA107H5 or STA256H5 or STA257H5 (with a minimum grade of 60%);
  2. MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 or MAT134H5 (minimum 60%) or MAT136H5 or MAT134Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT233H5 (minimum 55%); and
  3. A minimum cumulative grade point average, to be determined annually.

12.0-12.5 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. CSC108H5
  2. MAT102H5
  3. (MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or (MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or MAT134Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  4. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5

Second Year:

  1. MAT232H5 or MAT233H5 or MAT257Y5
  2. MAT212H5 or MAT244H5
  3. STA256H5 and STA258H5 and STA260H5

Higher Years:

  1. STA302H5 and STA304H5 and STA305H5 and STA348H5
  2. 2.0 credits from STA312H5 or (STA313H5 or STA360H5) or STA314H5 or STA315H5 or STA413H5 or STA431H5 or STA437H5 or STA441H5 or STA457H5
  3. 2.0 credits from CSC322H5 or CSC311H5 or CSC411H5 or MAT302H5 or MAT311H5 or MAT332H5 or MAT334H5 or MAT344H5 or (MAT337H5 or MAT378H5)
  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. ECO220Y5 cannot be substituted for STA256H5 or STA258H5 or STA260H5.
  3. ECO227Y5 can be substituted for STA256H5 and STA258H5, but not for STA260H5.
  4. STA107H5 is highly recommended in first year, but it is not required.
  5. MAT337H5 or MAT378H5 is highly recommend for students intending to pursue graduate level studies in statistics.

ERSPE1540 | Program Area: Statistics, Applied

Art and Art History - Major (Arts)

Art and Art History - Major (Arts)

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 and Art History

Art and Art History - Specialist (Arts)

Art and Art History - Specialist (Arts)

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 or VST 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 $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).


ERSPE0714 | Program Area: Art and Art History

Art History - Major (Arts)

Art History - Major (Arts)

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 and Art History

Art History - Minor (Arts)

Art History - Minor (Arts)

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 and Art History

Art History - Specialist (Arts)

Art History - Specialist (Arts)

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.

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.
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. 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 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 and Art History

Astronomical Sciences - Specialist (Science)

Astronomical Sciences - Specialist (Science)

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is based on the completion of 4.0 credits, including the following courses:

  1. AST110H5
  2. MAT102H5
  3. (MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  4. (PHY136H5 and PHY137H5) or (PHY146H5 and PHY147H5)

14.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. AST110H5
  2. MAT102H5
  3. (MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  4. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5
  5. (PHY136H5 and PHY137H5) or (PHY146H5 and PHY147H5)

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. JCP265H5 or CSC108H5 or AST325H1
  3. JCP321H5 and JCP322H5
  4. MAT311H5 and MAT334H5
  5. PHY325H5 and PHY347H5

Fourth Year:

  1. AST399Y5 or AST425Y1
  2. JCP421H5
  3. PHY451H5
  4. STA220H5 or STA256H5

ERSPE1025 | Program Area: Astronomy

Astronomy - Major (Science)

Astronomy - Major (Science)

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is based on the completion of 4.0 credits, including the following courses:

  1. AST110H5
  2. MAT102H5
  3. (MAT135H and MAT136H5) or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  4. (PHY136H5 and PHY137H5) or (PHY146H5 and PHY147H5)

9.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. AST110H5
  2. MAT102H5
  3. (MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  4. MAT223H5 or MAT240H5
  5. (PHY136H5 and PHY137H5) or (PHY146H5 and PHY147H5)

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. JCP321H5
  3. JCP322H5 or one 300/400-level half-course approved by the faculty advisor.

ERMAJ2204 | Program Area: Astronomy

Bioinformatics - Specialist (Science)

Bioinformatics - Specialist (Science)

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.

Tuition fees for students enrolling in this program are higher than for other Arts and Science programs.

14.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. BIO152H5
  2. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
  3. CSC108H5 and CSC148H5
  4. MAT102H5
  5. (MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or (MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) 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. MAT212H5 or MAT244H5
  2. MAT232H5
  3. STA256H5 and STA258H5

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 STA331H5) or STA348H5 or STA442H5

NOTES:

  1. Students need to obtain permission from the course instructor to take BIO207H5 without the BIO153H5 prerequisite.
  2. 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.
  3. Students intending to take CHM361H5 as one of their fourth year recommended courses must take CHM243H5 as a prerequisite course.

ERSPE1868 | Program Area: Bioinformatics

Biological Chemistry - Specialist (Science)

Biological Chemistry - Specialist (Science)

This program is accredited by the Canadian Society for Chemistry.

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is restricted. Selection will be based on completion of 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 MAT136H6) or MAT134Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5 (minimum grade of 65%); and
  3. A minimum CGPA of 2.5.

NOTE: Completion of BIO152H5 is recommended.

14.0 credits are required.

First Year:

  1. BIO152H5
  2. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
  3. (MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or (MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or MAT134Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
  4. (PHY136H5 and PHY137H5) or (PHY146H5 and PHY147H5)

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 JCP410H5 or JCP422H5 or JCP463H5 or JBC472H5 or CHM447H1 or CHM479H1 or any 400 level BCH lecture course.

Notes:

  1. Enrolment in certain BCH courses at the St. George campus is limited.
  2. (MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or (MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or (MAT134Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5) is required for all 200-level CHM courses. For MAT157Y5, permission is required from the CHM Program Advisor.
  3. Students can not 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. BIO207H5 has a pre-requisite of BIO152H5 and a corequisite of BIO153H5.

ERSPE1995 | Program Area: Chemistry

Biology - Major (Science)

Biology - Major (Science)

Limited Enrolment — 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).

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

  1. BIO152H5, BIO153H5; CHM110H5, CHM120H5; (MAT132H5, MAT134H5)/ MAT134Y5*/ (MAT135H5,MAT136H5)/ MAT135Y5/​ MAT137Y5 Note*(MAT132H5,MAT134H5) - for Life Sciences is highly recommended.
  2. BIO202H5, BIO203H5, BIO205H5, BIO206H5, BIO207H5; STA215H5**/PSY201H5
  3. 2.0 in UTM Biology courses at the 300 or 400 level.

**Students who plan to take BIO360H5 or who plan to transfer to a Biology Specialist program should enrol in STA215H5.

NOTES

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

Biology - Minor (Science)

Limited Enrolment — 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).

  1. BIO152H5, BIO153H5
  2. Two courses from BIO202H5, BIO203H5, BIO205H5, BIO206H5, BIO207H5, (BIO208H5, BIO209H5)
  3. 2.0 additional Biology credits, at least 1.0 at the 300/400 level.

NOTE:

  1. Four of the six courses in requirement 2 (above) require CHM110H5, CHM120H5 as a pre-requisite.
  2. If BIO210Y5 is used to complete requirement #2 above, please note that this counts as ONE COURSE. Another course from the list must be completed to fulfill the program requirements.

ERMIN2364 | Program Area: Biology

Biology - Specialist (Science)

Biology - Specialist (Science)

Limited Enrolment — Enrolment in this program is limited to students who have completed 4.0 credits, including 1.0 full credit in Biology with 60% or better, and who have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5.

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).

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

First Year:

  1. BIO152H5, BIO153H5; CHM110H5, CHM120H5; (MAT132H5, MAT134H5) / MAT134Y5*/ (MAT135H5, MAT136H5) / MAT135Y5/​ MAT137Y5
  2. 1.0 from the following: CLA201H5; ENV100Y5; ERS101H5/​ERS120H5; PHY136H5, PHY137H5, PSY100Y5; WRI203H5, WRI307H5

Note* (MAT132H5, MAT134H5) - Calculus for Life Sciences is highly recommended.


Second Year: BIO202H5, BIO203H5, BIO205H5, BIO206H5, BIO207H5; STA215H5


Third and Fourth Years:

  1. BIO313H5/​ BIO314H5/​ 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, GGR305H5, GGR307H5, GGR309H5, GGR311H5, GGR312H5; CHM347H5, CHM361H5, CHM362H5, CHM372H5, CHM373H5; PHY332H5, PHY333H5; PSY290H5, PSY355H5, PSY357H5, PSY392H5, PSY395H5, PSY397H5; ANT334H5, ANT336H5, ANT340H5.

Additional courses: BIO361H5, BIO400Y5, BIO481Y5; JCB487Y5


Notes:

  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,MAT134H5)/MAT134Y5/​ (MAT135H5, MAT136H5)/ MAT135Y5/​ 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

Biology for Health Sciences - Major (Science)

Biology for Health Sciences - Major (Science)

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.

Limited Enrolment — 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).

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

Program Requirements:

  1. BIO152H5, BIO153H5; CHM110H5, CHM120H5; (MAT132H5, MAT134H5) / MAT134Y5*/ (MAT135H5, MAT136H5)/ MAT135Y5/​MAT137Y5 Note*(MAT132H5,MAT134H5) - for Life Sciences is highly recommended.
  2. BIO202H5, BIO206H5, BIO207H5, (BIO208H5, BIO209H5), BIO304H5, BIO310H5, BIO380H5; STA215H5**/PSY201H5
  3. 1.0 credits from one of the following lists:

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

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

Genes and Behaviour Stream: BIO315H5, BIO318Y5/​ BIO328H5, BIO341H5, BIO342H5, BIO347H5, BIO360H5, BIO361H5, BIO368H5, BIO405H5, BIO407H5, BIO414H5, BIO422H5, BIO443H5

**Students who plan to take BIO360 or who plan to transfer to a Biology Specialist program should enrol in STA215H5. NOTES

  • Students should be aware of the distinct credit requirement for their degree (see section 8.6 - HBSc Degree Requirements for full details). Completion of this program with another Biology Major or Biology Minor will not satisfy the min. 12.0 distinct credit requirement for a degree. Please choose programs and courses accordingly.
  • As part of your degree requirement the 'Biology for Health Sciences' Major would be academically complemented by a Major in Psychology, Anthropology, Exceptionality in Human Learning, Forensic Science, and Chemistry, as well as other disciplines such as the Major in Management. This major program would also be complemented by a Minor in Biomedical Communications (Science).

ERMAJ1149 | Program Area: Biology

Biomedical Communications - Minor (Science)

Biomedical Communications - Minor (Science)

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

Limited Enrolment — 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 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).

  1. BIO152H5, BIO153H5, HSC200H5
  2. 1.0 credit from the following: HSC300H5/​ HSC301H5/​ HSC302H5/​HSC307H5
  3. 1.5 credits from the following: HSC401H5/​ HSC402H5/​ HSC403H5/​ HSC404H5/​ HSC405H5/​ HSC406H5

ERMIN0840 | Program Area: Biomedical Communications

Biomedical Physics - Specialist (Science)

Biomedical Physics - Specialist (Science)

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

  1. PHY146H5 (with a minimum grade of 70%) or PHY136H5 (with a minimum grade of 90%);
  2. PHY147H5 (with a minimum grade of 70%) or PHY137H5 (with a minimum grade of 90%); and
  3. ISP100H5.

14.0 credits are required.

First Year:
1. (PHY146H5 and PHY147H5) or (PHY136H5 and PHY137H5)
2. BIO152H5
3. CHM110H5 and CHM120H5
4. (MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5
5. ISP100H5

Second Year:
1. PHY241H5 and PHY245H5 and PHY255H5
2. JCP221H5 and JCP265H5
3. MAT232H5 and (MAT212H5 or MAT244H5 or STA256H5)
4. BIO206H5

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

Fourth Year:
1. PHY426H5 and PHY451H5 and JCP421H5
2. [(PHY433H5 or JCP463H5) and PHY473H5] or PHY489Y5 or CPS489Y5 or CPS400Y5 or JCB487Y5

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.


ERSPE1944 | Program Area: Physics

Biotechnology - Specialist (Science)

Biotechnology - Specialist (Science)

Limited Enrolment — 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 C (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).

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

First Year: BIO152H5, BIO153H5; CHM110H5, CHM120H5; (MAT132H5, MAT134H5) /MAT134Y5*/ (MAT135H5,MAT136H5)/ MAT135Y5/​ MAT137Y5; MGM101H5**, MGM102H5**

Note*(MAT132H5,MAT134H5) - Calculus for Life Sciences is highly recommended.

Second Year: BIO200H5, BIO202H5/​ BIO203H5, BIO206H5, BIO207H5; CHM211H5, CHM242H5, CHM243H5; STA215H5

Third and Fourth Years:

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

**Please note that while MGM101H and MGM102H are listed as first-year courses, students cannot enrol in these courses until they are admitted into the Specialist Program and therefore will be taking these courses in their 2nd, 3rd or 4th years of study

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 (CHM489Y5) 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)

Business, Science and Entrepreneurship - Minor (Science)

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.

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)

Canadian Studies - Major (Arts)

7.0 credits are required, fulfilling the following requirements:

  1. HIS262H5 (What is Canada?);
  2. POL214Y5 (Canadian Government and Politics);
  3. 1.0 credit from the following ENG courses: ENG215H5 (The Canadian Short Story), ENG252Y5 (Canadian Literature), ENG255H5 (Introduction to Canadian Literature), ENG274H5 (Indigenous Literatures), ENG352H5 (Canadian Drama), ENG353Y5 (Canadian Prose Fiction), ENG354Y5 (Canadian Poetry), ENG361H5 (Canadian Literature, Beginnings to 1920), ENG362H5 (Canadian Literature, 1920 to the Present), ENG392H5 (Canadian Fiction), ENG393H5 (Canadian Poetry in Context);
  4. GGR202H5 (Geography of Canada) and
  5. 4.0 additional credits (at least 2.0 of which must be at the 300/400 level) from courses listed below that have not already been applied towards the requirements for the Major Program in Canadian Studies.

The following U of T Mississauga courses can be taken to complete the requirements for a Major in Canadian Studies.

  • ANT241H5 Anthropology and the Indigenous Peoples of Turtle Island
  • CCT219H5 Introduction to Communication Policy
  • CIN205H5 Canadian Auteurs
  • DRE200H5 Canadian Theatre History
  • DRE405H5 Topics in Indigenous Performance
  • ECO323Y5 Canadian Economic History
  • ENG271H5 Toronto’s Multicultural Literatures
  • ENG357H5 New Writing in Canada
  • ENG358H5 Special Topics in Canadian Literature
  • ENG424H5 Advanced Studies: Seminar: Canadian Literature
  • ENG425H5 Advanced Studies: Seminar: Canadian Literature
  • FAH292H5 Canadian Art
  • FRE312H5 From the Gothic and Fantastic Novels to Realism in Quebec
  • FRE316H5 Urban Attraction and the Quebec Contemporary Novel
  • FRE417H5 Comedy and Tragedy in Quebec Theatre
  • FRE454H5 Teaching and Learning Varieties of Canadian French
  • GGR348H5 The Great Lakes -- A Sustainable Natural Resource?
  • GGR384H5 Climatology of Canadian Landscapes
  • GGR415H5 Geographies of Indigenous Health
  • HIS261H5 (Introduction to Canadian History)
  • HIS311H5 Introduction to Canadian International Relations
  • HIS312H5 Canadian Communities 1600-2000
  • HIS313H5 Canadian Working-Class History to 1919
  • HIS314H5 20th Century Canadian Working-Class History
  • HIS315H5 Indigenous Peoples and Immigrants in Canada
  • HIS318H5 Canadian Environmental History: Contact to Conservation
  • HIS319H5 Canadian Environmental History: Conservation to the Modern Environmental Movement
  • HIS326Y5 History of Women in Canada, 1600-2000
  • HIS342H5 History of Quebec and French Canada
  • HIS358H5S (Canada Since World War Two)
  • HIS367H5 Diasporic Canada
  • HIS368H5 Canada in the First World War
  • HIS369H5 Great Lakes Aboriginal History
  • HIS402H5 Topics in the History of French Canada
  • HIS416H5 Canada and the Second World War
  • HIS452H5 The Great Depression in Canada
  • HIS461H5 History of Upper Canada
  • HIS462H5 Indigenous North Americas
  • HIS487H5 Canadian Social History
  • ITA255Y5 The Italian Canadian Experience
  • JPE250Y5 Environmental Politics in Canada
  • JPE251H5 Introduction to Canadian Environmental Law and Policy I
  • JPE252H5 Introduction to Canadian Environmental Law and Policy II
  • LIN454H5 Teaching and Learning Varieties of Canadian French
  • MGT423H5 Canadian Income Taxation I
  • MGT429H5 Canadian Income Taxation
  • POL111H5 Canada in Comparative Perspective
  • POL316Y5 Contemporary Canadian Federalism
  • POL336Y5 Ontario Politics
  • POL353Y5 Canadian Public Policy: From the Golden Age to the Era of Globalization
  • POL490H5 Topics in Canadian Politics
  • POL494Y5 Topics in Canadian Politics
  • SOC301H5 Canadian Prisons
  • SOC302H5 Indigenous-Canada Relations
  • SOC332H5 Race and Ethnicity in Canada
  • SOC415H5 Senior Seminar in Indigenous Studies
  • WGS210H5 Women, Gender, and Labour
  • WGS215H5 Introduction to Women, Public Policy, and the Law
  • WGS335H5 Women, Migration, and Diaspora
  • WGS343H5 The Montreal Experience: Sex and Gender in la Cité
  • WGS347H5 Indigenous Feminisms and Decolonization

ERMAJ0728 | Program Area: Canadian Studies

Canadian Studies - Minor (Arts)

Canadian Studies - Minor (Arts)

4.0 credits are required, fulfilling the following requirements:

  1. 2.0 credits in at least two different disciplines from the following list: HIS261H5 (Introduction to Canadian History) and HIS358H5 (Canada Since World War Two); HIS262H5 (What is Canada?); POL214Y5 (Canadian Government and Politics); ENG252Y5 (Canadian Literature); ENG215H5 (The Canadian Short Story); ENG252Y5 (Canadian Literature); ENG255H5 (Introduction to Canadian Literature); ENG274H5 (Indigenous Literatures); ENG352H5 (Canadian Drama); ENG353Y5 (Canadian Prose Fiction); ENG354Y5 (Canadian Poetry); ENG361H5 (Canadian Literature, Beginnings to 1920); ENG362H5 (Canadian Literature, 1920 to Present); ENG392H5 (Canadian Fiction); ENG393H5 (Canadian Poetry in Context); GGR202H5 (Geography of Canada) and
  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.

Note: Not all courses are offered every year.


ERMIN0728 | Program Area: Canadian Studies

CCIT - Major (Arts)

CCIT - Major (Arts)

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. Since the CCIT Major is a joint program with Sheridan College, graduates receive both a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto and a Certificate in Digital Communication from Sheridan College.

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.

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. CCT204H5 and CCT208H5 and CCT218H5
  2. 0.5 credit from CCT200H5 or CCT206H5 or CCT210H5 or CCT222H5
  3. 0.5 credit from CCT205H5 or CCT207H5 or CCT212H5 or CCT250H5
  4. 0.5 credit from any 200-level CCT course

Higher Years: (4.0 credits required)

Minimum of 2.0 credits at UTM from any 300/400 level CCT/VCC course. 0.5 credit of which must be at the 400 level.

Minimum of 2.0 credits at Sheridan from any 300/400 level CCT course. 0.5 credit of which must be at the 400 level.

NOTES:

  1. Students who do not choose CCT250H5 will need to take 0.5 credit from any 200-level SH course to complete the Sheridan Certificate in Digital Communication requirements)
  2. 300/400-level CCT courses are restricted to students in CCIT programs only.
  3. 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.

ERMAJ1034 | Program Area: Communication, Culture, Information and Technology

Certificate in Advanced Economics

Certificate in Advanced Economics

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.

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).

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

Required courses:


ERCER1478 | Program Area: Economics

Certificate in Curatorial Studies

Certificate in Curatorial Studies

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.

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.

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 and Art History