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Anthropology - Specialist (Arts)

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)

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 - Specialist (Science)

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 - Specialist (Arts)

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 - Specialist (Arts)

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)

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

Bioinformatics - Specialist (Science)

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)

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 - Specialist (Science)

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

Biophysics - Specialist (Science)

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)

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

Chemistry - Specialist (Science)

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

Commerce - Specialist (BCom)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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 - Specialist (Science)

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

Criminology, Law & Society - Specialist (Arts)

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

Digital Enterprise Management - Specialist (Arts)

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

Earth Science - Specialist (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)

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 - Specialist (Arts)

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)

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)

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

English - Specialist (Arts)

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

Environmental Geosciences - Specialist (Science)

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.

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

  1. CHM110H5, CHM120H5,
  2. ( PHY136H5, PHY137H5)/( PHY146H5, PHY147H5),
  3. ( MAT132H5, MAT134H5)/( MAT135H5, MAT136H5)/ MAT134Y5/​ MAT135Y5/​ MAT137Y5
  4. ERS101H5/​ ERS111H5/​ ENV100Y5

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.

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, Co-op Internship Program

Environmental Management - Specialist (Arts)

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 - Specialist (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

Exceptionality in Human Learning - Specialist (Science)

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