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:
2.0 credits with average grade of 65% or higher are required.
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.
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.
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:
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:
To earn the Certificate students must concurrently be enrolled in a Commerce or Management program.
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.
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:
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.