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This is Uof T

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Innis College

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PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS REQUIRING UNIVERSITY PREPARATION

Your Home Away from Home

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New College

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Dentistry

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Many of the World’s Top Professors

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St. Michael’s College

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Law

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Trinity College

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Medical Radiation Sciences

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University College

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Medicine

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Victoria College

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Nursing

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Pharmacy

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The Seven Colleges:

The Best of Being Big Combined With the Best of Being Small

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Uof T’s Libraries

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Other Resources for Students

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Your Extra Curriculars –

Woodsworth College

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MISSISSAUGA CAMPUS

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Program Charts

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Studying Abroad

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SCARBOROUGH CAMPUS

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PROGRAMS REQUIRING A UNIVERSITY DEGREE

Top 10 Reasons to Pick the Toronto Region

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Program Charts

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Architecture, Landscape, and Design

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Co-op, Education, Joint Programs

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Biomedical Communications

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Education

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Forestry

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What Will You be Doing After Class?

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GENERAL INFORMATION

ADMISSION INFORMATION Residence Information

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Admission Information for All Applicants

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Admission Requirements Charts for Students from Canadian Schools Financial Information

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PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL APPLICANTS

Graduate Studies

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Information

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(TrackOne, Chemical, Civil, Computer,

Management

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Electrical, Engineering Science, Industrial

Occupational Science & Therapy

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[Systems], Materials, Mechanical, Mineral)

Physical Therapy

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Social Work

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Engineering

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Kinesiology (see Physical Education

ARTS, SCIENCE AND BUSINESS PROGRAMS Printed on 10% recycled paper

and Health)

ST. GEORGE CAMPUS

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Music

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Program Charts

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Physical Education and Health

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Speech-Language Pathology

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Theology

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PHOTO: ISSHA MARIE

HART HOUSE All U of T students are members of Hart House, a student centre on the St. George (downtown) campus. Hart House offers a wide variety of services, including athletic facilities, a pool, a theatre, an art gallery, reading and study rooms, offices, a library, music rooms, student meeting and study spaces, the Great Hall, the Gallery Grill restaurant and the Arbor Room, which houses a cafeteria-style restaurant and an on-campus pub.

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THIS IS U OF T The University of Toronto has more

activities available on campus, U of T

of the world’s top professors teaching

offers an extraordinary environment

a greater variety of programs than

in which to learn.

any other university in Canada.This

There are three campuses to

means that you learn from the leaders

choose from at U of T – St. George

in their fields and can craft your

(in downtown Toronto), Mississauga

unique academic experience.With

(in the west) and Scarborough

some of Toronto’s most prestigious

(in the east).

architecture, beautiful green space

To learn more,visit:

and more than 1,000 extracurricular

www.utoronto.ca


U of T SCARBOROUGH (UTSC) At U of T Scarborough, we have our finger on the pulse of global economic trends, marketplace demands and leading-edge educational opportunities. We constantly seek to be innovative in our approach to teaching and research: • We are U of T’s co-op campus, with more than 85 degree plus professional work programs

ST. GEORGE CAMPUS

part of a close-knit group of students,

• UTSC’s business administration is

At the historic St.George (downtown)

faculty,staff and alumni – your home

one of the most competitive under-

campus, undergraduate students

base and support system.

graduate management programs in

belong either to one of seven

For the Faculty of Arts & Science,

the country

colleges (for Faculty of Arts & Science

see pages 18–25.

• We offer a new concurrent teacher

students),or smaller faculties such

For the colleges,see pages 26–29.

education program

as Applied Science and Engineering,

For the Faculty of Applied Science

• We have five joint programs with

Music and Physical Education

& Engineering,see pages 30–33.

Ontario’s oldest applied college,

and Health.

For the Faculty of Music,see

Centennial College, in order to blend

industrial microbiology

take an integrated degree in arts man-

pages 34–35.

theory with practice: journalism, new

• With robust studies in visual and

agement, drama, music, studio art and

has its own personality and will be your

For the Faculty of Physical Education

media studies, paramedicine, environ-

performing arts, UTSC is the only

art history.

home within U of T.Here,you’ll be

& Health,see pages 36–37.

mental science and technology and

campus in Ontario where you can

Please see pages 46-53

Each of these learning communities

U OF T MISSISSAUGA (UTM)

civic life.Our comprehensive offerings

The University of Toronto Mississauga

include the following:

is a student-centred research community

• Canada’s first university forensic

that emphasizes strategies for student

science program. Students in their final

• The choice between a bachelor of

success.Our campus serves as a green

year intern with professional forensic

business administration degree and one

research and teaching facility and its

practitioners at one of the key police

in commerce that focuses on finance

many award-winning buildings provide

services and agencies to complete a

and accounting

an ideal setting for learning and

major research project

• Our Department of Language Studies

interaction.The campus partners signif-

• Joint programs with Sheridan

reflects our global mission and delivers

icantly with the City of Mississauga,

Institute of Technology and Advanced

courses in Chinese, Spanish, Arabic,

one of Canada’s fastest growing and

Learning in:

French,German,Italian,Sanskrit,Hindi

❚ communications,culture and

information technology (a leading program in digital media)

most diverse communities,and is

❚ theatre and drama studies

and Urdu.

engaged in its business,industry and

❚ art and art history

Please see pages 38-45

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HIGH-SPEED & WIRELESS INTERNET All residences at U of T are equipped with high-speed Internet access. Each of U of T’s three campuses is covered by an extensive wireless access network, available for use by all U of T students, faculty and staff. Coverage maps for all campuses are available at: www.wireless.utoronto.ca.

YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME Residence is guaranteed for all new

(St. George campus), 39 (UTM)

HUNGRY?

of People for the Ethical Treatment of

full-time students entering their first

and 47 (UTSC).

With our variety of meal plans and

Animals,PETA2.

year of university in an undergraduate

systems, it’s easy to satisfy your hunger!

off campus, U of T has a great off-

From all-you-can-eat, to a la carte, to

they live in or outside Toronto,

campus housing service. Staff provide

cook-your-own (in apartment-style

who are offered admission by

assistance, advice and checklists for

residences) students have a lot of choice.

July 1, and have indicated their

inspecting the quality of rental units

Some plans even use debit card systems

interest in residence on their

and students can also search online

so students can eat at a variety of

application for admission.We are

by type of accommodation, price

different locations on campus.

able properly to accommodate

range and area of the city.Assistance

Vegetarian options are universal and

students with a disability or health

is available in locating suitable off-

some residences accommodate vegan,

considerations in residence at

campus housing for students with

Halal and other diets.

any of the three campuses. For

disabilities or health considerations.

information on residence

www.students.utoronto.ca/

vegetarian-friendly university campus

options, please see pages 26-29

U_of_T_Life/Housing

in North America by the youth wing

In 2007,Uof T was voted the most

PHOTO: GEOFF GEORGE

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For students who wish to live

program for the first time, whether


RESIDENCE INFORMATION

Residence

Type (Male, Female, Co-ed)

Total Number of Places

T 905-828-5286 F 905-828-5473 resdesk.utm@ utoronto.ca www.utm.utoronto. ca/housing

M, F

1,500

T 416-287-7365 F 416-287-7667 residences-office@ utsc.utoronto.ca www.utsc.utoronto. ca/residences

M, F

Contact

Compulsory Meal Plan

Fees 2008 – 2009

U of T Mississauga Student Housing and Residence Life 3359 Mississauga Rd. N. Mississauga, ON L5L 1C6

declining balance meal card; three meal plan options open to first-year students

$5,700 $6,400

U of T Scarborough Student Housing and Residence Life 1265 Military Trail Toronto, ON M1C 1A4

767 optional declining (townhouses balance meal plan, and apartments) 5-19 meals/wk; well equipped kitchens

$4,337 $6,234

89 Chestnut Residence

Residence Office 89 Chestnut St. Toronto, ON M5G 1R1

Innis College

Office of the Dean 111 St. George St. Toronto, ON M5S 2E8

New College

Residence Office 40 Willcocks St. Toronto, ON M5S 1C6 St. Michael’s College: Loretto College

Dean of Women 70 St. Mary St. Toronto, ON M5S 1J3

T 416-978-8863 F, Co-ed F 416-977-1136 chestnut.residence@ utoronto.ca www.chestnutresidence. utoronto.ca

963

15 meals/wk; $10,575 330 meals/yr $13,475 or carte blanche; meals to accommodate diverse needs

M, F

327 (81 apts)

no meal plan; fully equipped kitchens

$5,960

T 416-978-8875 F 416-971-3072 new.residence@ utoronto.ca

M, F, Co-ed

779

15 meals/wk; 330 meals/yr carte blanche; vegetarian selection; all you care to eat

$10,201 $10,361

T 416-925-2833 F 416-925-2977 loretto.college@ utoronto.ca

F

150

21 meals/wk; vegetarian selection; international cuisine

$8,900 $10,600

Compulsory Meal Plan

Fees 2008 – 2009

Contact

St. Michael’s College

T 416-926-7127 F 416-926-2268 smc.residence@ utoronto.ca www.utoronto.ca/ stmikes/residence

M, F

425

14 or 19 meals/wk or various ‘flex’ meal plans; vegetarian selection and Halal options; all you can eat

$9,355 $10,255

T 416-978-3612 F 416-978-4380 deanofstudents@trinity. utoronto.ca

M, F

430

15-19 meals/wk; or 330 meals/yr; vegetarian, vegan and meat choices

$9,980 $10,450

T 416-978-2530 F 416-971-2029 uc.residences@ utoronto.ca

Co-ed

720

A-la-carte declining balance; wide variety of menu options, including vegetarian, to suit diverse student needs

$9,035 $9,470

T 416-585-4494 F 416-813-4045 vic.dean@ utoronto.ca

M, F, Co-ed

800

combination of allyou-care-to-eat meals and a declining flex dollar system; Halal, vegetarian, vegan and late night meal options

$8,800 $11,400

T 416-623-1685 F 416-971-2611 residence@ wdw.utoronto.ca

M, F, Co-ed

360

no meal plan; fully equipped kitchens

$7,100

Student Residence Dean of Students 81 St. Mary St. Toronto, ON M5S 1J4 Trinity Residence and St. Hilda’s Residence

Dean of Students 6 Hoskin Ave. Toronto, ON M5S 1H8

Residence Office 79 St. George St. Toronto, ON M5S 2E5

Victoria College

T 416-978-2512 F 416-971-2464 residence.innis@ utoronto.ca

Total Number of Places

Residence

University College

St. George Campus

Type (Male, Female, Co-ed)

Office of the Dean of Students 140 Charles St. West Toronto, ON M5S 1K9

Woodsworth College

Residence Office 321 Bloor St. West Toronto, ON M5S 1S5

On the St. George campus, there is a range of residence types and costs, however we cannot guarantee that students will receive their first choice of residence.

U of T’S HOUSING SERVICE: ST. GEORGE CAMPUS University of Toronto Housing Service 214 College Street Toronto, Ontario Canada M5T 2Z9

Tel: 416-978-8045 Fax: 416-978-1616 Email: housing.services@ utoronto.ca Website: link.library. utoronto.ca/StudentHousing

U of T MISSISSAUGA U of T Mississauga Residence Centre 3359 Mississauga Road N. Mississauga, Ontario Canada L5L 1C6

Tel: 905-828-5286 Fax: 905-828-5473 Email: resdesk@ utm.utoronto.ca Website: www.utm. utoronto.ca/residence

U of T SCARBOROUGH Student Housing and Residence Life 1265 Military Trail Toronto, Ontario Canada M1C 1A4

Tel: 416-287-7365 Fax: 416-287-7667 Email: residences-office @ utsc.utoronto.ca Website: www.utsc.utoronto. ca/residences

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TED SARGENT A leading nanotechnology researcher who is working on applying nanotechnology to improve the quality of life. He has been named one of Canada’s top 20 researchers under 40 (2002), one of the world’s top innovators by MIT’s Technology Review (2003) and a research leader in the Scientific American 50 (2005).

JANICE GROSS STEIN

MANY OF THE WORLD’S TOP PROFESSORS 6

U of T offers you one of the strongest

Education Supplement.The other

• We are the third most highly cited

groups of professors anywhere in

seven universities? Harvard, Stanford,

science faculty in North America

the world:

Oxford, Cambridge, Cornell,

• We are one of only eight universities

University of California Berkeley and

you? Whatever combination of

worldwide in the top 20 across

University of California Los Angeles

subjects you choose, you'll be

humanities, social science, technology,

• We publish more science

learning directly from the leaders

natural sciences and life sciences, as

research than any public university

in their fields.

ranked by Britain’s Times Higher

in North America

What does that mean to

PHOTO: LIAM SHARP

She is a leading adviser on global conflict to the Canadian government and founding director of Canada’s premier multidisciplinary centre for research on global issues: the Munk Centre for International Studies.


TANYA MARS, who won the 2008

MARC DRYER,a lecturer in

currently working with the Toronto

Governor General’s Award for Visual

Biomedical Communications &

Police Services Forensic Identification

Arts,was one of the founders of

Health Sciences Communication at the

Unit on a number of open investigations

Canada’s first female art collective,

University of Toronto Mississauga,is a

in which the identity of decomposed

the Powerhouse Gallery,in Montreal

specialist in 3D biomedical visualization.

and partial skeletons is in question.

in the 1970s.Since that time she has

His recent research involves the devel-

Dryer has been interviewed about his

been actively involved in the

opment of novel techniques in digital

findings on the Discovery Channel and

Canadian feminist art movement.

3D forensic facial reconstruction.He is

other news outlets.

PHOTO: LIAM SHARP

She is a senior lecturer in theVisual and Performing Arts at the

STEFAN SAROIU,a professor of

networks like CNN and the BBC to

University of Toronto Scarborough.

computer science at the University of

submit their own stories and photos.

Toronto Mississauga,is investigating

His second research interest is Internet

TAMMY SAGE is a winner of an

two separate Internet trends.The

phishing and how hackers lure visitors

Outstanding Teaching Award from

first is the impact of online social

to fake websites and attempt to steal

the Faculty of Arts & Science.Sage,

networks and how they exchange,

passwords or financial information.

of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology,

control and publish information.

Saroiu has already established a tool to

blossoms when it comes to learning

Included in this study is an examination

combat phishing,which is used in the

about plant life.She teaches plant

of online citizen journalists,who are

Firefox browser,and was ranked as

structure,function and evolution,and

encouraged by established news

one of the top 10 such programs.

PHOTO: MARTIN LIPMAN

her students say she does so with passion. As a result,many former students have cited her as the inspiration for their own paths to graduate school.

NICK MOUNT,an English professor,

that literature is best taught in relation

a specialist in Canadian literature and

to other arts and the world in which

winner of a Faculty of Arts & Science

students live.Mount redesigned and

Outstanding Teaching Award,believes

restructured his introductory first-year course,developing visual supplements for each lecture and creating a soundtrack for the course by playing music related to the material being studied each day.He has also taken the lead in developing standards across U of T

PHOTO: LIAM SHARP

for the use of technology in the classroom.He was recognized as one of the top 10 teachers in the province in

MOLLY SHOICHET Her research laboratory is designing novel biomaterials for applications in targeted delivery and regenerative medicine. Her laboratory has pioneered a minimally invasive drug delivery strategy to the spinal cord, which holds promise for those suffering from spinal cord injury. Her laboratory is actively investigating cell delivery strategies with a view towards engineering new tissue for transplantation. Shoichet has been named as one of Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 and is the recipient of the 2008 Killam Fellowship.

TVOntario’s Best Lecturer competition.

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THE BEST OF BEING BIG... U of T’s size means we can bring you

opportunities to become actively

Mississauga and the University of

(PEY) is the largest paid internship

not only the best professors but also

involved in research and learn some

Toronto Scarborough

program in Canada. It is available

the greatest variety of programs and

very practical skills:

• We offer service-learning courses

to students in the faculties of Applied

activities.We offer more academic

• Our popular Research Opportunity

where students apply academic

Science & Engineering and Arts

programs than any other university

Program (ROP) provides students in

knowledge gained through their

& Science. Prior to graduation,

in Canada:

their second year with the opportunity

discipline in a meaningful context.

well over 50 per cent of our third-

• More than 800 undergraduate

to become involved in original research,

Participants in the program spend half

year engineering students choose

programs

for credit.The ROP program oper-

their course time in a classroom and

to participate in a 12- to 16-month

• More than 400 graduate and

ates in the faculties of Arts & Science

half volunteering in the community

paid internship in corporations,

professional programs

and Applied Science & Engineering

in a variety of capacities

industries, government and

on the St. George campus, as well

• Our Engineering Professional

non-profit organizations across

as at both the University of Toronto

Experience Year internship program

Canada and abroad.

In addition to this, we are able to offer undergraduate students more

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...COMBINED WITH THE BEST OF BEING SMALL In order to provide the best possible

Engineering (4,000 students), Music

of their student populations (about

environment for your study, U of T

(500 students) or Physical Education

10,000 each).

is broken down into many smaller

& Health (500 students). Student

learning communities:

numbers at the colleges range from

U of T’s unique combination –

• At the St.George (downtown) campus, 1,600 to 6,300

we are large and diverse enough

undergraduate students belong to

• U of T Scarborough and U of T

to allow you to create your

either one of seven colleges (for Arts &

Mississauga campuses are smaller

unique learning experience

Science students) or one of the smaller

than the St. George (downtown)

and small enough to help you

faculties such as Applied Science &

campus, both physically and in terms

feel at home.

PHOTO: ANTHONY MACRI

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U OF T’S LIBRARIES ARE CANADA’S LARGEST AND AMONG THE THREE BEST FOR RESEARCH IN THE WORLD 10

The U of T library system comprises

U of T’s largest library, Robarts,

is facilitated, rather than just

32 libraries and has over 15 million

is located within the St. George

buildings in which to house

holdings.We also have the third

(downtown) campus. U of T

books. At UTM, there is the

largest number of digitized books

Mississauga and U of T Scarborough

impressive new Hazel McCallion

in the world, making it easier for all

both have state-of-the-art library

Academic Learning Centre, while

students to have access to the books

facilities designed to be people-

UTSC has the recently expanded

they want whenever they need them.

orientated spaces where learning

Academic Resource Centre.


OTHER RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS CAREER CENTRES Robarts library at St. George Campus

STUDENT SERVICES

All three campuses have career

THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CENTRE

centres offering help with everything

Each of U of T’s three campuses has

services on all three campuses.We

students need to launch their careers –

its own international student centre,

offer academic counselling, health

from resumé writing, preparing for

which promotes and supports interna-

services, career counselling, learning

interviews, career counselling and

tional education, and intercultural

skills, accessibility services and

development to job postings.

interaction and communication.These

chaplaincy services – so students

centres also help international students

have all the resources they need

become acclimatized to life in Canada

to help them succeed.

U of T has a wealth of student

and the academic environment.

Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre at U of T Mississauga

ARC Theatre at U of T Scarborough

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YOUR EXTRA CURRICULARS – WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING AFTER CLASS? Making the most of your U of T

INTRAMURALS

experience depends in part on how

U of T has one of the largest

The University of Toronto

champions. For the men it was their

you spend your extracurricular time.

intramural programs in Canada.

Varsity Blues program is

seventh championship title in eight

For students who want active bodies

Our students can play 24 different

among the largest intercol-

years and for the women, their

as well as active minds we have more

sports on teams from about 30

legiate athletics programs in North

eighth straight championship.The

than 1,000 different activities – from

different colleges, faculties or

America and one of the most

Women’s Varsity Blues tennis team

instruction programs, drop-in recre-

residences. So whether you are a

celebrated – Varsity Blues teams

set an OUA record when they

ational programs and clubs to intra-

veteran or a rookie, you can find

have earned more championships

won their fourth straight OUA

mural and intercollegiate programs.

something that suits you perfectly!

than any other university in Canada.

gold medal in 2007. Also in 2007,

www.uoftintramurals.ca

We have 44 Blues teams covering

the women’s field hockey team

26 different sports.

won the Canadian Interuniversity

Have a look at our ULife website to see just how much U of T has for our students to do after class. www.ulife.utoronto.ca

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VARSITY BLUES

In 2008, both the men’s and women’s Varsity Blues swim teams

were the Ontario University Athletic

Sport championship. www.varsityblues.ca


SPORT FACILITIES

U of T SCARBOROUGH

squash courts, saunas, indoor

The sports facilities at University of Toronto

• Athletic Centre – features a double

golf studio; plus 11 outdoor

are among the best in Canada:

gymnasium, weight training centre,

tennis courts, the Varsity baseball

fitness centre, cycle fit room,

diamond and three outdoor

teaching-dance studio, seven

playing fields

ST. GEORGE CAMPUS

open 365 days a year and offer an

• Varsity Centre, a new complex,

indoor track, a pool, 3 squash courts

has a world-class, 400-metre, 8-lane

and two gymnasiums

track and a 5,000 seat stadium, along

• The Athletic Centre is an expansive,

with a state-of-the-art artificial turf

multi-storey, multi-use health and

field and a dome for the winter time

fitness facility boasting pools, a

• Varsity Arena offers recreational

strength and conditioning centre, a

skating and hockey in an arena

200-metre indoor track, gymnasiums,

designed to seat 4,800

squash courts, a fencing salle and

• Hart House’s athletic facilities are

a golf cage

U of T MISSISSAUGA • Recreation, Athletic & Wellness Centre – a new complex, featuring a fitness centre with cardio and strength training, the Fit Stop circuit room, an indoor rowing boathouse, a teaching-dance studio, gymnasium, three squash courts, four tennis courts, beach volleyball courts, a pool, outdoor basketball courts, campus biking paths, playing fields and paths for walking, jogging and cycling

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England

Switzerland

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Italy


Herstmonceux Castle, England

Northern Thailand

France

Hong Kong

STUDYING ABROAD U of T students have a variety

of programs have the opportunity to

of options to choose from when

complete their work placements abroad.

considering study exchanges, studying abroad or other international options:

CO-OP JAPAN PROGRAM

• Through the Student Exchange

The co-op Japan Program is a

Office, participating students may

Canadian-based international

study at one of U of T’s 130 partner

co-op program that links students

institutions in 40 different countries.

in engineering,science,business and

• U of T’s extensive Summer Abroad

the arts with Japanese companies.

program offers students a choice of more than 30 courses in 16 countries.

HERSTMONCEUX CASTLE Upper year U of T students in arts,

CO-OP PROGRAM WORK ABROAD OPTIONS

humanities,social sciences,languages

Through the U of T Scarborough’s

the Canadian University Study Abroad

co-op options,students from a variety

Program at Herstmonceux Castle,UK.

and business are eligible to participate in South Korea

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Royal Ontario Museum

Toronto Island docks

PHOTO: TOURISM TORONTO

PHOTO: TOURISM TORONTO PHOTO: ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM © ROM

Distillery District

PHOTO: LUCAS DIGITAL ART

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Canadian National Exhibition


1. WHEREVER YOU’RE FROM, YOU’RE AT HOME:

Toronto Eaton Centre

Little Portugal and more. However

Ceramic Museum, or the innovative

league teams in hockey, baseball,

you want to live, you’re at home.

Science Centre.

basketball, football, soccer and lacrosse

7. CANADA’S BEST FESTIVALS

regarded as one of the world’s most

4. A HERITAGE OF INCREDIBLE ARCHITECTURE

Hollywood relocates to Toronto for

10. CANADA’S BEST SHOPPING

multicultural cities.Wherever you’re

From the Distillery District – North

each year’s International Film Festival,

From small designer boutiques to

from – or wherever you want

America’s best-preserved collection of

but that’s only one of the city’s dozens

large shopping malls,Toronto’s

to go – you’re at home.

Victorian-era industrial architecture –

of city-wide celebrations every year –

bustling stores offer something for

With half of its population born outside Canada,Toronto is widely

– and the fans to go with them!

to new museums built by Daniel

from the Taste of the Danforth Greek

everyone. The city’s many shopping

2. WHATEVER YOU WANT TO DO, YOU’RE AT HOME:

Liebeskind and Frank Gehry,Toronto

food festival to Caribana, Pride Week

districts include Yorkville, Queen

is a haven for architectural adventure,

and the Canadian National Exhibition,

Street, the Eaton Centre and Vaughan

Toronto is the economic centre of

old and new.

one of the top five fairs in North

Mills Mall.

Canada.That means this region is

Caribana festival

America and the oldest annual fair

a world centre in a fascinating array

5. CANADA’S BEST ARTS

of fields – from film production to

Join the world in experiencing

finance to science.Whatever

The National Ballet of Canada, the

8. A CITY IN THE FOREST

Describing the relationship

you want to do, you’re at home.

Canadian Opera Company, the

From an archipelago of car-free

between the university and the

Toronto Symphony Orchestra,

islands just offshore, to a region-

city, Canada’s most respected

the Art Gallery of Ontario

wide network of river valleys,

contemporary journalist,

and more!

ravines and paths that is unique in

Robert Fulford, writes: “The

North America,Toronto is a city

University stands at the heart

in a forest.

of Toronto, geographically,

3. HOWEVER YOU WANT TO LIVE, YOU’RE AT HOME:

PHOTO: TOURISM TORONTO

TOP 10 REASONS TO PICK THE TORONTO REGION

Every city has neighbourhoods;

in the world.

But it isn’t that U of T just happens to be located here.

Toronto has more of them. From

6. CANADA’S BEST MUSEUMS

Little Italy to Chinatown, Kensington

Check out the some of Toronto’s

Market to Greek Town, College

museums, including the Royal

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FACULTY OFARTS ANDSCIENCE The Faculty of Arts and Science is the largest university faculty in Canada, with a total enrolment of more than 26,000 students.The Faculty takes in approximately 5,000 first year students each year, making it home to nearly 50 per cent of first-year students at the University of Toronto.With over 300 programs, and more than 2,000 courses,Arts and Science offers the best selection of programs in Canada. Seven colleges on the downtown campus offer a home base, academic, financial and personal counselling, and a host of other services for students.The Faculty’s breadth and diversity means students can get exactly what they want and need to achieve their goals.

What is Arts and Science? The Faculty of Arts and Science offers the full range of arts, science and commerce programs. One of the

DID YOU KNOW that 48 per cent of first-year classes have an enrolment of 25 or less?

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advantages of a faculty of both arts and science is that students have the opportunity to combine programs in widely different subject areas. For example, you can study English and statistics, physics and philosophy, chemistry and geology, or anthropology and criminology. Recognizing the importance of cross-discipline collaboration, the Faculty offers a number of unique interdisciplinary programs. Programs like international relations, cognitive science and artificial intelligence, and urban studies give students the added benefit of taking courses from a variety of departments. The Faculty offers three degrees: honours bachelor of arts, honours bachelor of science, and honours bachelor of commerce.All three degrees require 20 credits (usually four years), and can be a mix of specialist (nine or more credits),

DID YOU KNOW that over 50 languages are taught in the Faculty of Arts and Science?

DID YOU KNOW that 77 per cent of first-year classes have an enrolment of 100 or less?

Arts and Science students cheering on the Raptors at the Air Canada Centre.


INQUIRIES Tel: 416-978-4272 Fax: 416-978-2487 www.artsci.utoronto.ca

major (six to eight credits) and minor programs (four credits), depending on the interests of the student.

Arts Humanities Students in the humanities study all aspects of human culture, including language, literature, history, philosophy, fine art, architecture, cinema, classics, culture, religion, drama and music. From ancient Egypt to post-colonial literature, from languages to the civilizations of Asia, a wide variety of courses and programs in the humanities provide students with the knowledge, intellectual skills and habits of thought indispensable to a modern education. Social Sciences How do revolutions start? What is the relationship between the environment and the economy? How does language contribute to ethnic identity? These

Recent graduate KATRINA RODRIGUES values the opportunity she has had to interact with bright students from around

and other issues that involve the inter-relationship between the individual, society and the environment are explored by students of social science. Social science disciplines include anthropology, political science, sociology, geography and economics.

Concurrent Teacher Education Program

Commerce Offered jointly by the Faculty of Arts and Science and the Rotman School of Management, the Rotman Commerce Program offers an innovative and integrative curriculum with a global perspective for an enriched professional undergraduate experience.The four-year Bachelor of Commerce allows students to specialize in one of three areas: finance and economics, management, or accounting. Each stream combines career-oriented courses in management and applied economics with a wide selection of courses in the arts and sciences.The balance assures graduates

The Faculty has two programs that will give you the opportunity to become a qualified teacher and earn your undergraduate degree over a five year period. The programs are offered in collaboration with Uof T’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE). Christianity and Culture: Religious Education prepares students for teaching at the intermediate and senior levels in Catholic school boards. Education and Society focuses on primary and junior level teaching in inner-city schools. Students enroll in these programs at the end of their first year. More information can be found at www.ctep.utoronto.ca.

the world. Katrina studied human behavioural biology and psychology and was actively involved in the Human Biology Students Union.

of a solid understanding of business and modern society along with critical and analytical skills for effective decisionmaking and organizational leadership.

WHAT CAN I DO WITH AN ARTS AND SCIENCE DEGREE? About half of the work opportunities available to university graduates don’t require a specific degree. Employers most value interpersonal abilities and transferable skills, such as expertise in conducting research and making presentations, adaptability and decision making – all qualities of Arts and Science graduates! The diverse range of abilities held by Arts and Science graduates provide insurance against the fluctuations of a rapidly changing economy. Transferable skills get stronger the more they are used, where more specialized skills can quickly become outdated. Arts and Science graduates have the ability to think critically and learn outside of their subject area. This adaptability prepares them for employment in a large variety of fields, such as government, education, research, media, public relations, publishing, not-for-profit, management, finance, advertising and sales. An Arts and Science degree prepares graduates for professional or graduate degrees in fields like law, teaching, medicine or specialized research. For more information about career possibilities, check out the U of T Career Centre at www.careers.utoronto.ca.

DID YOU KNOW that the student population in the Faculty of Arts and Science comes from across Canada and more than 100 other countries?


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Science Physical and Mathematical Sciences Physical and mathematical sciences investigate the natural laws and processes of non-living matter. Chemistry, physics, geology, mathematics, statistics, astronomy and computer science are examples. From the high-tech world of quantum optics and biophysics to the intricate problems of black holes and chaotic dynamics, our programs will introduce you to the research and issues that impact the world around us.

History professor KEN BARTLETT is the founding director of the Office of Teaching Advancement. Ken has taught at every

Computer Science The computer science programs in the Faculty of Arts and Science encompass designing system software, developing computer applications such as databases and graphics and investigating mathematical problems, and are designed to meet an increasing demand for graduates with the scientific knowledge and creative skills to excel in the industry.A computer science degree will introduce students to tomorrow’s technological world.

level during his 25-year career at U of T, including courses in Siena and Oxford as part of the Summer Abroad Program. Ken was awarded a 3M Teaching Fellowship from the Society for Higher Learning and was most recently a recipient of the President’s Teaching Award.

DID YOU KNOW that students who enroll in a science major and an arts major can choose whether

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Life Sciences Life scientists apply methods of scientific enquiry to study the laws and processes

DID YOU KNOW that 5.6 out of 7 is the average rating Arts and Science students give their teachers?

of living matter.The study of life sciences helps students to understand and analyse the behaviour of the human body and those of other organisms. It prepares students for ethical, social and political questions arising from our increasing ability to modify living systems and enhance society’s ability to protect the delicate and complex ecological balance that sustains the world. Life sciences include biology, botany, psychology, zoology and human sciences.

First Year in Arts and Science Students in the Faculty of Arts and Science enroll in a program of study at the end of first year.This means that in the first year of study students take courses that are required for the program(s) they are interested in pursuing. Students interested in science programs will usually need to include prerequisite subjects such as biology, chemistry, physics and calculus. Students who don’t know what their intended program of study will be have lots of time to figure it out – usually by taking a mix of courses in first year that are preparation for a variety of programs.


To help with the transition to university life,the Faculty of Arts and Science has created several unique first-year programs. First-Year Seminars Discussion, issues, questions and controversies lie at the heart of the first-year seminars program.Taught by the Faculty’s leading scholars, first-year seminars are offered in every discipline. To ensure a high level of participation, enrolment in each seminar is capped at 24 students. Course topics range from Language and the Internet to Environmental Change: Producing New Natures to Pacifists and Peaceniks: Canadian Peace Movements in Transnational Context. Trinity One and Vic One Two colleges in the Faculty of Arts and Science offer distinctive first-year programs to help with the transition to university.The Trinity One and Vic One programs provide a structured transition from high school to university with a focus on developing critical thinking, speaking and writing skills and an atmosphere that allows students to develop close relationships with fellow classmates and instructors. Trinity One, offered by Trinity

APPLYING TO ARTS AND SCIENCE Students applying to the Faculty of Arts and Science must choose one of the six broad admission categories listed below on the Ontario Universities Application form. At the end of first year, students enroll in their specific program(s) of study. • Humanities† • Social Sciences† • Life Sciences • Commerce* • Physical and Mathematical Sciences • Computer Science* *Commerce and computer science students are guaranteed entry into their choice of commerce or computer science program at the time of admission, providing they complete the required first-year courses. †Some programs are listed under both Humanities and Social Sciences.The admission requirements for both program areas are identical. Students may choose either area of study but not both — only one program area will be considered on the application.

As senior lecturer and coordinator of the popular first-year biology course, Organisms in their Environment, COREY GOLDMAN always puts the needs of first-year life science students at the top of his priority list. Corey created BIOME, an online meeting place which facilitates peer-to-peer exchanges about courses and provides links to important resources.

For more information about application procedures and requirements, please see pages 62 to 69.

DID YOU KNOW that more than 300 professors in Arts and Science have been elected fellows of the Royal Society of Canada?

Corey is also the director of the First-Year Learning Communities program, and is a recipient of the Faculty of Arts and Science’s Outstanding Teaching Award and a multiple winner of the Dean’s Excellence Award. Corey is featured with recent pharmacology graduate Andrew Yeh, and third-year biology student Joyce Marri in zoology’s computer teaching lab.

DID YOU KNOW that 298 undergraduate students are employed as paid research assistants?

First-Year Learning Community (“flick”) students celebrate the end of term.


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ST. GEORGE CAMPUS College, enables 50 highly select students to explore issues and ideas pertaining to human life and world affairs.The two streams of the program – International Relations and Ethics – are limited to 25 students each and consist of three courses and cocurricular events (e.g. guest lectures) that draw upon the rich resources of the Munk Centre for International Studies.The program fosters regular interaction between students and the professors at Trinity College, which include some of U of T’s most eminent scholars. The Vic One program enables firstyear students to take two courses in small seminar-style classes with guest lectures and visiting scholars. Four streams are available in Vic One: the Frye stream, for students interested in the humanities; the Pearson stream, focusing on the social sciences; the Stowe-Gullen stream, for students in the life sciences; and the Egerton Ryerson stream for students interested in education. All first-year, full-time students in the Faculty of Arts and Science, regardless of their college affiliation, are eligible for admission to these programs. For further information on Trinity One, visit

KAREN REID is a senior lecturer in Computer Science. Reid was awarded an Outstanding Teaching Award in 2008 for her interactive style, enthusiasm and clarity.

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Locations to which Arts and Science students may go on an exchange

• Argentina • Austria • Australia • France • Germany • Ireland • Scotland • Singapore • Spain

www.trinity.utoronto.ca/trinityone. For information on Vic One, visit www.vicu.utoronto.ca/vic/one.htm. First-Year Learning Communities First-Year Learning Communities (FLC’s or “flicks”) are small groups of first-year students who have several classes in common. FLC’s are offered in seven areas of study: commerce, computer science, economics, philosophy, psychology and life science.The goal of “flicks” is to help newly admitted students meet classmates, develop friendships, form study groups, as well as develop academic and personal skills. Program enrolment is limited and all flick groups are capped at 24 students. For more information please visit the FLC website at flc.utoronto.ca.

classroom. Students can opt to take a class in Siena, work on a research project with a professor, or work in a company between third and fourth year. Research Opportunities This innovative program gives second-year students an opportunity

Beyond First Year The Faculty of Arts and Science offers an array of opportunities for students to expand their learning experiences beyond the traditional

SUSAN McCRACKEN is an assistant professor in the commerce program at the Rotman School of Management. She has become a favourite faculty member among undergraduate

students with the energy she brings to her auditing and management accounting courses.


• Barbados • Belgium • Canada • Chile • China • Czech Republic • Denmark • England • Estonia • Finland • Israel • Italy • Jamaica • Japan • Kenya • Korea • Mexico • Netherlands • New Zealand • Norway • Poland • South Africa • Sweden • Switzerland • Taiwan • Trinidad and Tobago • United States of America • Wales to conduct research outside of the classroom, working on meaningful projects with some of the university’s most renowned professors. Students choose from 110 research projects across Arts and Science, in the humanities, social sciences and sciences, and receive full course credit.

Students normally work eight to 10 hours per week on their research project, attend regular meetings with the professor responsible for the project, and submit an interim twopage report as well as a substantial final report on the project. Professional Experience Year The Professional Experience Year (PEY) is a co-operative education program which allows U of T students to work in industry, business or the public sector in positions related to their field of study. PEY placements last for 12 to 16 months and are taken after either second or third year (as opposed to four-month work terms in place at other universities).The extended length of the work term gives students a chance to work on major projects from start to finish, often supervising other project members. The length of the work term also allows extensive training by the employer, and can lead to responsibilities far beyond those seen by a summer or regular

For recent Human Biology graduate JOSH RAMJIST, campus diversity is what attracted him to U of T. His undergraduate research prepared him for his career

goals in medicine and international health.

co-op student. Students apply for PEY positions and participate in a competitive interview process to obtain a placement. Most Arts and Science placements are in computer science and commerce. Study Elsewhere The University of Toronto has partnerships with more than 100 universities in over 30 countries.After their first year, students in the Faculty of Arts and Science are eligible to participate in an exchange program at most of these universities for one term or a full academic year while earning credits towards their U of T degree. For more information visit www.utoronto.ca/student.exchange. Summer Abroad Programs worldwide allow students to complete one full-year degree course in four to six weeks. Locations include sites in Asia, Europe,Australia, the Middle East and the Americas. Some financial assistance is available. For more information see www.summerabroad.utoronto.ca.

A second-year student in the Peace and Conflict Studies program, JASMEET SIDU is a winner of the 2007 Top 20 Under 20 Award. She is the founder of the Peel Environmental Youth Alliance, a network of student groups that helps high school students collaborate and share information about environmental projects. Jasmeet is an international activist, concerned with the state of the environment and feminist issues worldwide.

SOPHIA MILAMN A fourth-year Commerce student and best-selling jazz artist, Sophia Milamn’s self-titled debut album was released in 2004, sold almost 100,000 copies world-wide and

earned her a 2006 Juno nomination for Best Jazz Vocal album.

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Computer Science C, F; (Ph rec.) Computer Science and Economics C, F Computer Science and Mathematics C, F Computer Science and Physics C, F, Ph Computer Science and Statistics C, F; (Ph rec.) Computer Science: C, F; (Ph rec.) Artificial Intelligence Option Computer Science: C, F; (Ph rec.) Foundations Option Human-Computer Interaction C, F Computer Science: C, F Information Systems Option Computer Science: C, F; (Ph rec.) Software Engineering Option LIFE SCIENCES (BSc) (OUAC code: TLG) Animal Physiology C, F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.) Anthropology, Biological C, F, Bio; (Ch, Ph rec.) Archaeological Science C, F; (Bio, Ch rec.) Behaviour C, F, Bio, Ch Biochemistry C, F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.) Biogeography C, F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.) Bioinformatics and C, F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.) Computational Biology Biology C, F, Bio, Ch Biological Chemistry C, F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.) Biophysics C, F, Bio, Ch, Ph Botany C, F, Bio, Ch Cell and Molecular Biology C, F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.) Developmental Biology C, F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.) Earth Systems: C, F, Ph, Bio, Ch Physics and Environment Ecology C, F, Bio, Ch Ecology & Evolutionary Biology C, F, Bio, Ch Environment and Behaviour C, F; (Bio rec.) Environment and Energy C, F, Ch: (Ph rec.) Environment and Health C, F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.) Environment and Science C, F, Bio, Ch, Ph Environment and Toxicology C, F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.) Environmental Biology C, F, Bio Environmental Chemistry C, F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.) Environmental Geosciences C, F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.) Evolutionary Biology C, F, Bio, Ch Forest Conservation Science C, F, Bio; (Ch, Ph rec.) Human Biology C, F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.) Human Biology: Genes, Genetics C, F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.) and Biotechnology

Statistics professor JEFF ROSENTHAL is recognized for his innovative teaching methods. His recent book, Struck by Lightning: the Curious World of Probabilities which made

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KEREN RICE is a professor of linguistics, director of the Aboriginal studies program, and a recipient of the President’s Teaching Award. Much of her work is closely connected with First

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Recent graduate AARON FERNANDES (2008, Human Biology and Toxicology, St. Michael’s College) chose U of T for its diversity of programs and distinguished

faculty. Aaron was an active member in the U of T life sciences community and encourages new students to get involved on campus.

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ST. GEORGE CAMPUS COLLEGE SYSTEM Every Arts and Science student at U of T is a member of a college, enjoying all the advantages of a smaller community together with membership in the nation’s top research university.Whether you live in residence or commute to campus, your college is like a familiar neighbourhood, bringing you together with people you may end up knowing for a lifetime. It is important to remember that whichever college you choose, you will have access to all courses and programs offered in the Faculty of Arts and Science.All colleges have a similar mix of arts, science and commerce students. Although the colleges differ from one another they all provide similar services and activities.These include: • competitive and • computer facilities • academic, financial and recreational sports • residence accommodation personal counselling • scholarships and bursaries • student government • orientation and transition • community and • social gatherings events university volunteer • peer counselling • writing workshops • student-run newspapers opportunities • math support services • libraries (at most colleges)

CHOOSING A COLLEGE College choice is highly subjective. It’s a matter of finding the right fit for you. Each college has its own character. Different qualities such as location, architecture, residences, size, traditions, family or religious affiliation will appeal to different students. Residences vary from one college to the next. Some are traditional dormitory-style and include meals, while others are apartment-style with no meal plan. When you apply to the Faculty of Arts and Science on the OUAC application you must rank all seven colleges in order of preference. To assist you there will be links on the OUAC web site to information about each of the colleges, including their own web sites for prospective students. Look up these web sites, or better yet, take a campus tour and see the colleges you are interested in.

SEVEN COLLEGES

INNIS COLLEGE NEW COLLEGE ST. MICHAEL’S COLLEGE TRINITY COLLEGE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE VICTORIA COLLEGE WOODSWORTH COLLEGE

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INQUIRIES Tel: 416-978-2513 Fax: 416-978-5503 registrar.innis@utoronto.ca www.utoronto.ca/innis

INNIS COLLEGE SIZE: 1,735 students DATE FOUNDED: 1964 Named in honour of the late Harold Innis, political economist and pioneer in communication studies, Innis College is housed in a unique, three-storey building that blends old and new styles by incorporating a substantial Victorian home into a functional modern structure.At the core is the Town Hall, a forum-style auditorium. Classrooms and offices for the 20 professors associated with the college and its programs occupy the second and third floors.A library, café with an outdoor patio, a rooftop garden, and study, lounge and student union space complete the facilities.The residence complex is across the street. Innis contributes three interdisciplinary programs to the Faculty of Arts and Science: Cinema Studies, Urban Studies, and Writing and Rhetoric.

INNIS COLLEGE DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI journalists LIBBY ZNAIMER (CityTV); LIAM LACEY (Globe and Mail)

KOFI HOPE (Innis 2006), Rhodes Scholar (2007); founder of the Black Youth Coalition Against Violence, launched the BLING (Bring Love in Not Guns)

summit in Toronto; and named one of the Toronto Star’s Top 10 People to Watch in 2006.

RESIDENCE • 327 rooms in apartment-style accommodation • 60 per cent first-year students • high-speed Internet access in every bedroom • exercise room, music room, small-group study rooms


RESIDENCE • 779 spaces in three modern dormitory-style buildings • 60 per cent first-year

INQUIRIES Tel: 416-978-2460 Fax: 416-978-0554 newcollege.registrar@utoronto.ca www.newcollege.utoronto.ca

students • single and double rooms in Wetmore Hall, Wilson Hall and 45 Willcocks

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SIZE: 4,260 students DATE FOUNDED: 1962 New College stands opposite Sidney Smith Hall (the Arts and Science centre), close to most classrooms and laboratories, the University library, and the Athletic Centre. Academic facilities and residences are housed together in each of three modern, spacious buildings –Wetmore Hall (1964),Wilson Hall (1969) and the new building (2003) – with residence rooms on upper floors, while lower floors provide academic and social facilities, including a library and reading room, computer labs, classrooms, a large marché-style dining hall, group study and tutorial space, music practice rooms and lounges. Everything is designed to allow commuting students, residents, faculty and staff to experience college life together.The college’s residence also includes students from engineering, music, and physical education and health. While students can enrol in any Arts and Science course or program, the college sponsors innovative programs like African Studies, Caribbean Studies, South Asian Studies, Equity Studies, Buddhism, Psychology and Mental Health, and Paradigms and Archetypes.The college also houses both the Human Biology program and the Women and Gender Studies Institute.This commitment to curriculum diversity is reflected in the wide range of mentoring programs, support groups and community volunteering opportunities available at New College.

NEW COLLEGE DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI MELVIN CAPPE Canadian High Commissioner to the UK; BONNIE STERN food writer and broadcaster; Justice

LLOYD BUDZINSKI Judge of the Ontario Court of Justice NIR LIPSMAN (New 2004, right), credits his degree in psychology with equipping him

vegetarian and halal options • telephone and local telephone services are provided; all rooms are wired for Internet access and cable TV • laundry facilities on every floor

with the skills and knowledge he needs as he embarks on his medical education. “For the gift of educating my mind and spirit,” says Lipsman, “I will always be grateful.”

RESIDENCE • 575 spaces in two residences

• single-gender and co-ed sections in

NEW COLLEGE

INQUIRIES Tel: 416-926-7117 Fax: 416-926-7266 adm.smc@utoronto.ca www.utoronto.ca/stmikes

ST. MICHAEL’S COLLEGE SIZE: 4,280 students DATE FOUNDED: 1852 St.Michael’s College offers students of every background membership in a community that values and nurtures the intellectual,moral and spiritual development of all its members.With over 20 buildings on 12 acres,St.Michael’s is one of the largest colleges in the Faculty of Arts and Science and a veritable oasis on the east side of campus within the bustle of downtown Toronto. The college is rich in tradition and boasts some of the most spectacular architecture on the St.George campus.From award-winning instructors,competitive athletic programs and a dedication to social justice through the chaplaincy office,St.Michael’s is committed to preparing students for the challenges that await them beyond the college walls. St. Michael’s College also hosts interdisciplinary programs in Book and Media Studies, Celtic Studies, Christianity and Culture, Concurrent Teacher Education and Mediaeval Studies.These programs are open to all students in the Faculty of Arts and Science.

ST. MICHAEL’S COLLEGE DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI author MORLEY CALLAGHAN; KEVIN SULLIVAN, producer and director of television series Road to Avonlea and Anne of Green Gables

• SMC Student Residence (Co-Ed): 40 per cent first-year students. Fees include: all-you-can-eat meal plan with vegetarian and Halal options; highspeed Internet, telephone with voice mail and free local calling; dining hall, music rooms, weight room and 24-hour study hall; all rooms wired for cable TV (cable service not included) • Loretto (Women Only) 25 per cent first-year students. Fees include: weekly housekeeping and linen service, all meals (vegetarian options); double rooms include ensuite washroom; dining room, laundry room, gym and library/study hall; high-speed Internet, telephone with voice mail and free local calling and cable TV (cable service not included)

TONY COMPER (St. Michael’s 1966, English, left), President and CEO of BMO Financial Group; past Chair, U of T Governing Council.

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RESIDENCE • 420 spaces in dormitory-style, integrated residences with men and

TRINITY COLLEGE SIZE: 1,630 students DATE FOUNDED: 1851 Trinity is a small college with an illustrious history and very strong students – typically more than half of the graduating class INQUIRIES achieve “Distinction” Tel: 416-978-2687 or “High Distinction.” Fax: 416-978-2831 Because first-year trinity@utoronto.ca enrolment is limited to www.trinity.utoronto.ca approximately 400,Trinity students build a strong sense of community and form lifelong friendships.There are opportunities for students to exercise leadership by participating in college and student government and by organizing extra-curricular activities.Trinity is the only college to appoint academic dons – graduate or professional faculty students who offer academic support and promote interaction between students and faculty.The college is home to the Trinity One program for first-year students, as well as three interdisciplinary programs (Ethics, Society and Law; Immunology; and International Relations).The Munk Centre for International Studies is also affiliated with the college, as is the University of Toronto’s Centre for Ethics. Facilities include a playing field, tennis courts, and a lecture/drama theatre.

TRINITY COLLEGE DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI filmmaker ATOM EGOYAN; TED ROGERS, president and CEO Rogers Communications Inc.

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women living in separate areas in each residence. • 45 to 50 per cent first-year students

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

• three different meal plans in two dining rooms; vegan and vegetarian options available • rooms are provided with telephones and are attached to the university’s computing network • handsome college common rooms and halls, used for music practice, study, debates, clubs and social events • Trinity One Program (see page 21)

CRAIG KIELBURGER (Trinity 2007, left) is founder of Free the Children and a Nobel Peace Prize nominee.

RESIDENCE

SIZE: 4,210 students DATE FOUNDED: 1853 University College was founded as “the Provincial College”to co-ed residences make university education available to an increasingly diverse Ontario population without regard for privilege or religious featuring dormitory-style background.UC carries this heritage proudly into the present with rooms its twin traditions of academic strength and openness to diversity. • 60 per cent first-year UC students enjoy as their academic home UC’s heritage students building, a Toronto landmark located at the heart of the • 85 per cent single rooms downtown campus, and three fully co-ed residences on St. • dining hall features George Street.These offer a range of residence choices from declining balance, vintage elegance to brand-new facilities, including Morrison a la carte meal plan Hall overlooking Back Campus.While UC’s six interdisciplinary • coffee shop programs are offered to all students in the Faculty of Arts • all rooms feature highand Science, they bring a special flavour to the college’s speed Internet academic life. and ceiling fans or air Students at University College conditioning INQUIRIES are known for contributing a Tel: 416-978-3170 strong sense of community – in the college,the university Fax: 416-978-6019 and beyond.Their commitment to service and leadership is uc.regoffice@utoronto.ca channeled through “The UC Lit,”Canada’s oldest student www.utoronto.ca/uc society, and supported by UC’s commitment to student involvement in college life. • 720 spaces in three

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI authors ANNE MICHAELS and MICHAEL ONDAATJE; former Ontario premier BOB RAE

NORA YOUNG (UC 1986, Political Science, right), is a producer and documentarian with the CBC and founding host of CBC Radio’s Definitely Not the Opera.


VICTORIA COLLEGE

INQUIRIES Tel: 416-585-4508

SIZE: 3,350 students DATE FOUNDED: 1836 Fax: 416-585-4409 Victoria College is located in a park-like setting with the vic.registrar@ utoronto.ca historic college quad and the tranquil Lester B. Pearson www.vicu.utoronto.ca garden, and state-of-the-art facilities such as the prizewinning E.J.Pratt library and the Isabel Bader Theatre.As a special feature of Victoria College, all first-year students take a small class in either Vic One, Pathways or 119 seminar programs.The college also sponsors interdisciplinary programs in Literary Studies, Semiotics and Communication RESIDENCE Theory, Renaissance Studies and the History of Science. • 789 spaces in five Along with a generous bursary residences program,Vic has a unique • dormitory and scholarship program that apartment style guarantees continuing student • co-ed and single awards for achieving an A gender average, as well as assistance • 50 per cent first-year for students in third year for students national or international study elsewhere.Victoria College prides itself on a wide range of student activities for residence and off campus students as well as leadership, mentoring and public service programs like Vic Reach.

VICTORIA COLLEGE DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI former Canadian prime minister LESTER B. PEARSON; internationally acclaimed author MARGARET ATWOOD

Victoria University chancellor, NORMAN JEWISON (right), is an internationally recognized filmmaker and 1949 Victoria College graduate.

WOODSWORTH COLLEGE

RESIDENCE SIZE: 6,300 students DATE FOUNDED: 1974 • 371 suite-style The community at Woodsworth College is warm, inviting and apartments diverse, and includes both full and part-time students. The • 60 per cent first-year college features a blend of Victorian and modern architecture students located centrally on campus. Students can study or relax in the café and student lounge, and have access to a comprehensive academic writing centre, state-of-the-art computer lab facilities and a generous bursary program. Woodsworth is the administrative home to the Criminology and Employment Relations programs and houses the Commerce program offices and classrooms. The Woodsworth residence provides suite-style apartments with private bedrooms, shared bath, INQUIRIES kitchen and living areas within the suite. The Tel: 416-978-4444 building features an enclosed courtyard with Fax: 416-978-6111 patio, 24-hour security and high-speed Internet. wdwregistrar@utoronto.ca A four-storey podium plus 13-storey glass tower www.wdw.utoronto.ca fills the rooms with natural light and provides impressive views of the Toronto skyline.

WOODSWORTH COLLEGE DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI ROHINTON MISTRY Giller Prize winning fiction writer; WILLIAM WATERS innovative businessman and philanthropist;

SHELLEY SAYWELL award-winning documentary filmmaker

JEFF WARE (Woodsworth 2004, left), is a former NHL hockey player.

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FACULTY OF APPLIED The Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto is Canada’s largest engineering school and is widely recognized as one of the best in North America. The reputation and quality of our undergraduate programs attract top math and science students from across Canada and around the world. Our professors are renowned experts who are redefining the boundaries of applied science and engineering through their research.We invite you to be part of a unique learning community at the University of Toronto.

Is Engineering for you? Engineers have the skills and knowledge required to confront technical challenges, provide solutions that create new opportunities and

help people around the world. The work that engineers do is vast and broad, from working to regenerate skin cells for burn victims to designing an aircraft, developing alternative energy sources, water purification systems or finding urban solutions.The impact engineering has on our lives is far reaching. Engineers enjoy working with people, love challenges and want to know how things work.They are strong in math and science and enjoy using those strengths to find better ways to meet society’s needs.

Why choose Uof T Engineering? Our Approach to Engineering Education Although engineering is traditionally seen as being a mathematical and scientific discipline, it is becoming

www.engineering.utoronto.ca PROFESSOR SUSAN McCAHAN (Mechanical, right) was recently awarded the prestigious 3M Fellowship for educational excellence and serves as Chair, First Year for the Faculty.

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GINA LEE (Industrial 2004 + PEY, right) was manager of the Engineering Dragon Boat Team. She did her PEY with Petro Canada and is now living in Calgary working for Imperial Oil.

ONTARIO ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS • English • Calculus and Vectors • Chemistry • Physics

• One of: Advanced Functions, or Biology, and/or Math of Data Management, or Earth & Space Science


SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING increasingly multidisciplinary in its scope. Our curriculum seeks to produce well-rounded engineers who graduate with skills that are increasingly important in the world today: creativity, innovative thinking, business and entrepreneurial skills, a humanitarian and sociocultural perspective, communication skills, management and leadership skills and environmental consciousness.

Our Learning Community The engineering complex is comprised of 12 buildings, each with its own disciplinary focus dedicated to learning, teaching and research.The Bahen Centre for Information Technology is one of our newest additions to the engineering complex which has state-of-the-art laboratories and lecture halls.

Our Professors In addition to their role as teachers, our award-winning professors are involved in groundbreaking research while

maintaining close industry ties. Our professors bring depth to the classroom because of their own experiences, creating a unique learning environment for students in which to learn and grow.

experience a relevant and current curriculum, learning from professors at the leading edge of their fields. Please refer to the program chart on page 32 for details.

Our Students

Co-op: Professional Experience Year (PEY)

Our undergraduate programs attract top math and science students from around the world.The high calibre of students in our programs means that admission to the Faculty is very competitive. Our students are very well-rounded, with a combination of strong academic abilities and a range of interests and experiences outside the classroom.

Our Programs We offer a great range of choice through our undergraduate engineering programs including TrackOne, a general First Year in engineering. Our programs consistently rank among the top in North America. The Faculty’s commitment to teaching, strong ties to industry and world class research facilities means that our students

THOMAS TEWOLDEMEDHIN (Computer 2007, left) is a vice-president of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) and is an instructor

with our SCI-Camp summer camp program.

Many universities offer traditional co-op programs, giving students repeated exposure to the work world. PEY is

about more than exposure. PEY allows students to work for 12 to 16 months continuously, providing ample opportunity to make an impact on large-scale projects, build an impressive network of industry contacts, and learn about the application of engineering education in a real world setting.All engineering students can choose to participate in PEY after Year 2 or 3. PEY students typically earn $40,000 to $45,000 and are often hired by their PEY employer after graduation.

Skoll Program: Combined BASc/ MBA Degree Students in this program complete all the requirements for both a BASc (your engineering degree) and a Masters of Business Administration (MBA).The program is six years and eight months long and includes a year of professional experience gained through PEY. Students in all engineering programs are eligible to apply in Year 3 of their program.

PROFESSOR KIM VICENTE (Industrial, left) is a world leader in cognitive engineering and is helping to revolutionize the way we live with technology.

PROFESSOR CRISTINA AMON (left) is the first female Dean in the history of Engineering at U of T, and an internationally renowned expert in computational fluid dynamics.

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FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Students enter engineering directly from high school by following one of three paths

One of eight core programs

Path 1: Path 2:

We offer three paths for students to enter our undergraduate programs: 1) TrackOne, a general First Year of engineering, 2) Engineering Science, and 3) our Core Engineering Programs.All our programs consistently rank among the top in the country and our faculty is one of the best in North America. Our engineering programs are fully accredited and offer an extensive choice of specializations that reflect the incredibly diverse nature of engineering. Our programs are flexible – giving students more choice in shaping their education while providing opportunities to explore personal interests. Our curriculum expands the boundaries of more traditional engineering programs and emphasizes an exciting multidisciplinary approach to the field.

Path 3:

Programs and Specializations

Engineering Science General First Year

PATH PROGRAM

DESCRIPTION

OPTIONAL PROGRAM SPECIALIZATIONS & MINORS

TrackOne

We accept a limited number of students into TrackOne, a general First Year in engineering. This is a foundational year that provides comprehensive preparation for field specialization in upper years.

At the end of First Year, TrackOne students choose one of the Core eight Engineering Programs to pursue (not including Engineering Science).

Engineering Science

An enriched program for those seeking an academic challenge. Students possess superior ability and aptitude for mathematics and science. Years 1 and 2 provide students with a foundational background while Years 3 and 4 allow for specialization in one of eight unique options that represent the emerging disciplines of engineering.

At the end of Year 2, students choose to pursue one of eight options: Aerospace, Biomedical, Computer, Electrical, Energy, Infrastructure Engineering, Nanoengineering or Physics.

Chemical

Application of chemical and biological principles to the development of products and processes.

Environmental Engineering, Sustainable Energy, Bioengineering (includes bioprocessing, biomolecular and biomedical engineering)

Civil

Concerned with many aspects of the urban environment. Examining the ways natural and human environments intersect to make civilization possible.

Environmental Engineering, Intelligent Infrastructure and Sustainability, Urban Engineering

Computer

Applying analytic and problem solving skills to create innovative technology as it relates to computing and its applications.

Electrical

Using electricity and light to design and manufacture electrical products and systems, from microwaves to cellular phones.

Options for Computer and Electrical Engineering: Computer Hardware, Computer Software, Networks, Communication Systems, Control Systems, Signal Processing, Bioengineering, Photonics, Electromagnetics, Analog Electronics, Digital Electronics, Semiconductor Physics, Energy Systems

Industrial

Seeing the “big picture” to evaluate and improve productivity, efficiency, profitability, safety and quality in many industries and contexts.

Human Factors, Operations Research, Information Engineering, Bioengineering

Materials

Applying laws of physics and chemistry in the development and design of materials. This is engineering at the molecular level.

Nanomaterials, Biomaterials, Materials Processing and Sustainable Development, Materials and Manufacturing

Mechanical

Applying principles of physics to the design and manufacture of anything that moves – keeping in mind costs, appearance, environmental output and use.

Mechatronics, Manufacturing, Solid Mechanics and Machine Design, Energy and Environment, Bioengineering

Mineral

Concerned with how humans interact with the earth, using principles of math, physics, geology and environmental science to locate and extract the earth’s natural resources.

Urban Infrastructure, Geotechnical Engineering, Mining Geomechanics, Applied Geology. All students network with industry professionals.

PROFESSOR TAREK ABDELRAHMAN (Computer, left) is a global leader in multiprocessor design. He teaches Programming Fundamentals to First Year students.

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PROFESSOR MOLLY SHOICHET (Chemical, left) is a leading expert in regeneration of injured neural and bone cells.

SUSMITA DE (Industrial 2003 + PEY, left) gained international business experience during her PEY, working in Canada and Europe as a management consultant.


LIFE @ SKULE TM: YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME Our students have referred to U of T Engineering as “Skule™” (pronounced “school”) for almost a century. Engineering students are considered the most spirited and the most cohesive faculty on campus, who play as hard as they work (and they work hard!). It is all part of what we call Skule™ spirit.

There are many ways to show your Skule™ spirit! We have a wide variety of engineering-specific student-led events and activities, including design teams, intramural sports and over 50 clubs. For example, our Formula SAE Team (SAE = Society of Automotive Engineers) competes annually with over 140 universities around the world in the

Formula SAE racecar competition.This design challenge requires engineering teams to design, fabricate, and compete with small formula-style race cars. Our team consistently places among the top competitors in both the North American and European competitions. In July 2006, our team celebrated another first-place international victory in the Formula Student U.K. Championship! Other special events and activities include: Godiva Spirit Week, Skule™Nite, and Blue Sky Solar Car. We encourage our students to get involved in a range of extra-curricular activities outside the classroom. Achieving balance between academics and extra-curricular activities is a skill that our graduates carry with them into their professional lives.

HOW TO FIND OUT MORE Visit us on-line Our prospective student website at www.engineering.utoronto.ca has a thorough overview of our undergraduate programs, student life and admissions. You can also request a copy of our brochure online, called “Engineering @ University of Toronto.” Visit us on campus We hold a number of events throughout the year for prospective students. You can visit us for an engineering information session and tour, or attend one of our events like Fall Campus Day or March Break Open House. For further information, please visit www.engineering.utoronto.ca. Participate in the DEEP Summer Academy Every summer, DEEP provides gifted and motivated high school students the opportunity for advanced study in a variety of engineering disciplines. DEEP offers one of the most diverse ranges of pre-university engineering, science, technology and business courses in North America. At DEEP, you will meet likeminded high school students from across the world who are interested in academic challenge and hands-on design. Get a head start on exploring your options for a university degree and career while complementing your current academic studies with a truly unique experience. For more information, please visit www.engineering.utoronto.ca. Contact us engineering@ecf.utoronto.ca 416-978-3872 Engineering Welcome Centre Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering 35 St. George Street, Room 173 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 1A4

U of T Formula SAE Racing Team.

FIONA FUNG (Computer 2003 + PEY, left) is currently employed as a Software Design Engineer with Microsoft. She did her PEY with IBM.

Ye Old Chariot Race during Godiva Spirit Week.

PROFESSOR MICHAEL COLLINS (Civil, left) is famous for his expertise in concrete structures. He teaches Structures & Materials to First Year Engineering Science students.

STEPHEN DANG (left), is currently completing his doctoral degree in the Institute for Biomedical and Biomaterials Engineering. Stephen taught the

Stem Cell Engineering course with the DEEP Summer Academy.

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FACULTY OF MUSIC The Faculty of Music at the University of Toronto has opportunities available to students that few other schools can match.All students receive a thorough grounding in all aspects of music. In addition, students specialize in one of the following degree options: Performance, Composition, Education, History & Theory, Comprehensive option, or the Concurrent Teacher Education Program.A high percentage of graduates have gone on to the most fulfilling life they could have imagined – a successful career in music.Along with an internationally respected full-time teaching staff of about 40, the faculty also calls on the services of roughly 150 specialists from Toronto’s rich and varied musical community.There isn’t a week that isn’t filled with special

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INQUIRIES

masterclasses or performances open to all music students. The faculty’s facilities include an 815 seat theatre, the MacMillan Theatre.This theatre is a fully equipped, professional opera theatre with a full-sized stage and orchestra pit that holds 65 musicians. The second theatre,Walter Hall, seats 490. This is a more intimate venue reserved for recitals, chamber groups, masterclasses, jazz ensembles, etc. The Faculty of Music library holds Uof T’s music collection, which includes the Sniderman Recordings archive and is one of the largest and most complete collections on the continent.Also on site, students use commercial quality recording and production facilities.The computer/ keyboard lab is stocked with the latest hardware and software. Located at the axis of Toronto’s two main subway lines, the faculty is right in the centre of one of North America’s most active music scenes. Jazz clubs, an incredible variety of world music concerts and performances by local and international stars are only minutes away.Acclaimed artists, including artists in residence and

visiting artists, regularly work with the faculty to share their skills and experience with the students.The well-connected faculty, who include both the who’s who and the rising stars of Canadian music, provide an entrée to the professional music world, so that many students are already launched on their careers by the time they graduate.

Performance Students specialize in voice, piano, organ, any orchestral instrument or jazz studies. Performance groups are a key part of the experience. Intensive performance coaching by faculty and guest artists push students to explore the possibilities of their instruments.The 25 to 30 opera students function as a small opera company,coached by full-time staff with major opera company experience and academic credentials.

Composition This intense and personal program – based on private instruction and courses in composition,musicology,theory, analysis and technology – provides constant opportunities for students to compose and hear their work performed.The

teaching staff, who move easily between the academic and professional worlds, help ease students into the professional realm.

History/Theory Students can explore all areas and periods of music, from the Middle Ages to modern theory. Programs are highly flexible.The superb musicology faculty includes leading scholars in areas as diverse as Gregorian chant, Schenkerian analysis, and East Indian drumming.At the same time the faculty places a strong emphasis on Canadian music.

Music Education Students get a solid grounding in basic music studies and performance. They study the techniques and theory of music education.They are also taught conducting, choral and instrumental skills and how the latest software for composing, performing and listening to music can be used in education.

for those interested in a field not clearly contained within our existing programs. It is also a highly attractive option for those interested in a general program of music studies.

Concurrent Teacher Education Program

Admissions & Recruitment Officer Tel: 416-978-3741 Fax: 416-946-3353 undergrad.music@utoronto.ca www.music.utoronto.ca Address: Faculty of Music Edward Johnson Building 80 Queen’s Park Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 2C5

This unique program integrates the study of education with music over a five-year period.The program will allow students to consider the ideas of education early in their post-secondary career and to develop as professionals over a longer time frame. It will also enable students to connect practice with course work over a longer period, an option available to those interested in being intermediate or high school music teachers.

Comprehensive An ideal option for students who are seeking a robustly interdisciplinary experience around a music core, or

ONTARIO ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS • ENG4U • five additional U or M courses • more than one music course

may be counted towards the students’ average • RCM Grade 2 rudiments & Grade 3 Harmony or its equivalent • Supplementary Application –

Music Questionnaire due by Feb. 1, 2009 • Auditions take place in February and March • Piano is an asset, NOT a requirement

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FACULTY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH (with accreditation in Kinesiology and Physical Education Teacher preparation)

Physical activity, health, and an outstanding academic reputation merge to form the basis of the programs offered by the U of T’s Faculty of Physical Education and Health. In all, four programs including the Bachelor’s Degree in Physical and Health Education (BPHE), Concurrent Teacher Education Program (BPHE/ BEd) and Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Exercise Sciences are offered.The undergraduate program in Physical Education and Health is accredited in Kinesiology and Physical Education Teacher preparation.

Council of University Physical Education and Kinesiology Administrators (CCUPEKA).The Physical Education accreditation will strengthen the preparation of students who seek careers in teaching. The Kinesiology accreditation will be of special interest to students seeking careers in the health sciences. With approximately 150 students in each year, students benefit from the advantages of a small academic program and the tremendous resources of one of the best research universities in the world.

The Undergraduate Research and Program: Accredited in Teaching: the U of T Physical Education and Advantage BPHE students are taught by Kinesiology The honours BPHE degree gives students the theoretical background and hands-on skills necessary for lifelong learning and careers within physical education and health.The BPHE program is accredited in both Kinesiology and Physical Education by the Canadian

ONTARIO ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS • English (ENG4U); • Biology (SBI4U); • one of Advanced Functions (MHF4U) or Calculus and Vectors

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(MCV4U) or their equivalent from the old curriculum; • Exercise Science (PSE4U) if available; and • Two additional U or M courses; recommended are Chemistry

(SCH4U), Physics (SPH4U). • In addition, a CTEP Applicant Profile is required from Concurrent Teacher Education applicants. Details will be sent to all applicants.

accomplished scholars and scientists who are leaders in their respective fields – from the behavioural and biophysical sciences to the social sciences and humanities. Each faculty member frames his or her teaching and research within the paradigms of


physical activity and health, creating an exciting and intellectual environment for students.Within this supportive and challenging setting, students are encouraged to work on original research projects and have the opportunity to present research at local and international conferences. Some of the areas of research interest within the faculty include: sport and leisure subcultures, sex hormones and metabolism, media studies, exercise and mental health, stress and elite athletes, exercise and cardiovascular health, and injury prevention.

An Outstanding Program of Study: Breadth of Knowledge The undergraduate program includes four interrelated curricular components: academic, physical activity, outdoor projects and leadership. Academic courses range from health and sport psychology, sociology and philosophy of physical activity, to exercise physiology, anatomy, biomechanics, and sports

HIGHLIGHTS • direct entry to program • no common year or second entry application process • small class size • program accredited in Kinesiology

medicine.Through specific course selections, BPHE students may qualify for “preferred entry status” to the oneyear consecutive Bachelor of Education (BEd) program at U of T’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), or a “minor” or “major” from another division within the university, such as the Faculty of Arts and Science. Providing balance to the rigours of the academic program is the physical activity curriculum. Including basketball, volleyball, track and field, dance and games of the world, the activity program is designed to familiarize students with various forms of physical activity and promote inclusive, enjoyable participation in physical activity. Another exciting and important component of the program is the series of unique outdoor projects offered. These courses provide students with a sequence of learning experiences related to outdoor activity, which emphasize skill development, awareness of the

and Teacher Preparation • science and arts majors and minors available with degree • professors are leaders in their fields • mentorship and independent

placement opportunities in Years 3 and 4 • Concurrent Teacher Education Program • preferred entry status to OISE BEd Program

environment and leadership in outdoor settings. The final component of the undergraduate program is leadership.The Faculty is committed to developing leaders within the field of physical education and health through a series of optional practical placement courses. Together these four components create

• research opportunities • international study opportunities

the unique University of Toronto program in physical education and health/kinesiology.

INQUIRIES Tel: 416-978-3026 Fax: 416-971-2118

Concurrent Teacher Education Program (CTEP): This new five-year Concurrent Teacher Education Program (CTEP), is offered in collaboration with OISE.As an enriched program, students complete BPHE and OISE courses, including field experiences, simultaneously over a five-year period. Successful students will graduate with both their professional teacher qualification for teaching at the Intermediate/Senior level (BEd) and a Bachelor’s degree in Physical and Health Education (BPHE).The prerequisite courses for this program are the same as for the BPHE. Program.A CTEP Applicant Profile and a BPHE Statement of Interest are required. Unsuccessful applicants to the CTEP option will be automatically considered for admission to the BPHE Program. Further details available at www.ctep.utoronto.ca.

CAREERS OPTIONS INCLUDE: • Kinesiologists • Teachers • Physical Therapists • Occupational Therapists

• Sports Promoters and Marketers • Personal Trainers • Physicians • Dentists • Recreational Administrators • Educational Leaders

undergrad.peh@utoronto.ca www.ac-fpeh.com Address: Faculty of Physical Education and Health University of Toronto 55 Harbord Street Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 2W6


UOF T MISSISSAUGA The Mississauga campus gives students the best of a University of Toronto experience in a small, friendly campus community. Located just 33 kilometres west of downtown Toronto, Uof T Mississauga offers undergraduate and graduate programs in humanities, social sciences, sciences, business, education, forensic science and fine art taught by some of the brightest minds from around the world. U of T Mississauga professors weave teaching and research expertise together to help form one of Canada’s best university experiences. With about 10,500 students, Uof T Mississauga is a vibrant campus where student life and academic success are highly valued. Community is the essence of U of T Mississauga. It’s a place where debate is encouraged and diversity of people and opinions is embraced. U of T Mississauga lets you explore your potential.

Why U of T Mississauga? Renowned experts teaching undergraduate courses, the best university library system in Canada, stimulating research opportunities and a supportive residence environment are just a few of the qualities that make U of T Mississauga a truly great place to earn a University of Toronto degree.

Choice Students can select from more than 130 programs and 1,300 courses. Our programs are enriched by the opportunity to work in universityand industry-based research labs, work placements, internships and mentorship programs.This variety of academic choice and flexibility helps set our programs apart from other university experiences.

GROW SMART, GROW GREEN U of T Mississauga has clearly demonstrated that expansion and development can be accomplished in an

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environmentally-sensitive and responsible manner. This philosophy guides all decisions that may have an impact upon our environment.


INQUIRIES Tel: 905-828-5400 Fax: 905-569-4448 www.utm.utoronto.ca Address: University of Toronto Mississauga 3359 Mississauga Road N. Mississauga, Ontario Canada L5L 1C6

Park-Like Campus The natural beauty of the campus is another added benefit. Nestled in 225 acres of protected green space, Uof T Mississauga is more like a park than a university in Canada’s largest urban area. All new developments on the campus strive to protect and enhance this parklike setting.

Great Student Life The welcoming environment at Uof T Mississauga makes joining student activities incredibly easy. If you love sports or physical activity you can stay fit or play on an intramural team at the Recreation,Athletic and Wellness Centre, also known as “The RAWC.”You can also try out for a Varsity Blues sports team. If the arts are more your style, check out the Blackwood Art Gallery for exhibitions or courses, drop by a Theatre Erindale production or hop on the free

shuttle bus to downtown Toronto, one of Canada’s top cultural centres. The U of T Mississauga Student Centre is home to more than 50 student groups and clubs. Here you can enjoy arts, science, social, political and cultural events, creative exhibits, film screenings and concerts.The campus radio station and weekly newspaper keep students plugged into the campus buzz from their Student Centre offices. Uof T Mississauga has as many options to relax from studying as it does options to study! We’ve also made it easy – and very inexpensive – to get around the city. All full-time Uof T Mississauga students receive a UPass, which provides unlimited use of the City of Mississauga’s public transit system from September to April for a once-yearly fee of $89 (included in student fees).

ERINDALE STUDIO THEATRE hosts all performances for Theatre Erindale, from light comedy to powerful modern contemporary drama. This

intimate black-box style theatre houses some of the most recent technological advances in lighting and audio systems.

Residence The Uof T Mississauga residence community is home to more than 1,500 students from all over the world, including more than 500 first-year students. Students enjoy three different housing options, including a new residence hall (for first-year students), townhouses and award-winning apartments.With each option, students get their own furnished single bedrooms and semi-private washrooms, as well as access to study spaces and common lounges. High-speed Internet and laundry credits are also included. Residence is guaranteed for all new full-time students (whether they live in the Greater Toronto Area or not), providing they are entering their first year in an undergraduate program, are offered admission to their program of study by July 1st and have indicated their interest in residence on their application for

THE BLACKWOOD GALLERY is an award-winning, nationally – and internationally – recognized public art gallery and centre for contemporary art, showcasing

some of the most advanced and interesting artists from around the world. Each year, the gallery features the work of graduating students from U of T Mississauga’s Art and Art History program.


UOF T MISSISSAUGA new and returning residence students each year in recognition of significant contributions to community life. Living in residence gives students quick access to all parts of the campus and a great first-year experience.To ensure that students benefit from their residence experience, Uof T Mississauga has developed an innovative and award-winning program – rezONE – aimed at providing the skills and information needed to address various challenges that arise in the first year of living and learning away from home. For complete information on living in residence and meal plans at U of T Mississauga, visit www.utm.utoronto.ca/ housing and www.utm.utoronto.ca/food.

Student Success Students form lasting friendships and strong bonds during their time in residence.

admission. First-year students are also required to purchase a meal plan. Housing is also available for students with families and graduate students in designated apartment and townhouse complexes. Scholarships are offered to

RECREATION, ATHLETICS AND WELLNESS CENTRE The recently opened RAWC (pronounced “Rock”) is an amazing space for students interested in keeping fit, playing

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friendly competitive sport or high-level competitive athletics. It is a comprehensive, stateof-the-art fitness facility incorporating an aquatic centre, fitness centre, double gym

A great education requires great student support options. One of the many benefits of being a student at U of T Mississauga is the array of exceptional academic, cultural and professional resources that are available to you. • Accommodation and support services for students with special needs

and running track. The showpiece of the facility is the 25metre, 8-lane swimming pool with depth adjustable floor. Not to be outdone, the track also has a stunning view of the campus.

The RAWC has quickly become a place that many students enjoy on a daily basis, whether it’s the drop-in fitness facilities, an instruction activity class or playing a little pick-up ball –

are available through the AccessAbility Resource Centre. • Academic and financial advising, specialized seminars, assistance with course and program selection, scholarship and bursary applications, financial planning and much more are offered by the Office of the Registrar. • Academic coaching, seminars and help sessions for effective studying, time management, essay writing and test taking are among the services available at the Academic Skills Centre. • Career counselling, graduate school information and student employment opportunities are available through the Career Centre. • On-campus medical services are available from qualified physicians, nurses and personal counsellors through the Health Service and Counselling Centre.

Academics Studies at U of T Mississauga can take you anywhere in the world.You can pursue your internationally-recognized University of Toronto degree in more than 130 programs.

there’s something for everyone. www.utm.utoronto.ca/athletics

Art & Art History Offered jointly with the Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, this program is ideal if you have an interest in both art technique and art history.While Uof T Mississauga provides a foundation in the historical and academic basis of art, Sheridan offers comprehensive and applied studio education.A free shuttle bus travels between the two campuses to help connect you to your classes. Graduates earn a diploma from Sheridan in addition to a U of T degree.This unique program will prepare you for careers in teaching, art, commercial design, museum management and photographic journalism among others. (OUAC:TMA) Concurrent Education Our Concurrent Teacher Education Program (CTEP), offered in collaboration with Uof T’s prestigious Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), gives students the chance to pursue an Honours BA or Honours BSc at the same time as a Bachelor of Education (BEd).


Concurrent Education at Uof T Mississauga is for students interested in becoming high school teachers.At least one of your two teachable subjects must be Chemistry, Math or French – and you will apply to one of these streams. (For details, please see the chart on page 45.) Your second teachable subject may be in any area that is offered at Uof T Mississauga and supported by OISE. Concurrent Education is a five-year program. Students may enter the program directly from high school or after one year of university studies, either at Uof T or another university. (Please note: Students who transfer from another university may take longer to complete the program.) Students who wish to complete their first degree before pursuing a BEd may apply for OISE’s one-year consecutive BEd program. Chemical & Physical Science At Uof T Mississauga, Chemistry takes a distinctive interdisciplinary approach to teaching and research with programs such as Biological Chemistry, Molecular Biology, Environmental Analysis and

HAZEL MCCALLION ACADEMIC LEARNING CENTRE AND LIBRARY The Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre (HMALC) and library is 108,000 sq ft. – almost

Monitoring, and Forensic ScienceChemistry. If you are interested in combining the power of mathematics with the art of precision experiments, Physics uncovers the mechanisms that interconnect aspects of nature. Geography and Environment programs focus on how humans create and impact landscapes and environmental systems with their actions. Our graduates develop flexible skills in experimentation, problem-solving, analytical thinking and modeling – which provide excellent preparation for technical careers in radiography, geographic information systems (GIS), product testing, process or methods chemistry, information analysis and graduate school. Our students also benefit from the close ties Uof T Mississauga shares with the business world in the local community,such as those in the pharmaceutical industry. (OUAC Code:TMW) Commerce & Management Our innovative approach to business education makes Uof T Mississauga a destination of choice for Commerce and Management at Uof T. Students

two football fields worth – of resources and study space devoted to student success. HMALC staff assist in the effective and appropriate use of information and support the

transition from high school to university. New students will find that the HMALC is more than just a great place to get books and study – it’s a place to meet friends and to relax. The HMALC

expand their education beyond the basic topics, matching their studies with additional subjects such as Economics for the BCom degree or with a variety of other subjects such as Biology or Sociology for an Honours BA or Honours BSc management degree.And, new this year is a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree for those who plan to focus on management alone. U of T Mississauga business students gain both depth and breadth of knowledge from professors who are world-class experts who bring their practical business experiences to the classroom. Our business programs include: Commerce (Accounting, Finance, Marketing and Human Resource Management specializations are available) and Management. Career options include: accounting, management, human resources, marketing, investment banking and financial analysis. Additional experience can be gained through internships,

international exchanges, and by taking advantage of employer networking opportunities on campus. (OUAC Codes – TME: Commerce; TMG: Management)

Hands-on learning enhances the student experience at U of T Mississauga.

is also home to U of T Mississauga’s Learning Commons and includes high-tech “smart” classrooms, a technology centre, library café, the Academic Skills

Centre and students’ access to the outstanding library resources of the entire U of T library system, the largest in Canada. www.utm.utoronto.ca/library.

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UOF T MISSISSAUGA Communication, Culture & Information Technology [CCIT] Corporate communications, professional writing, design and management all converge with modern technology in U of T Mississauga’s CCIT program. A joint program with the Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, students take their academic

theory and research-based courses with U of T professors and their practical and design courses under the guidance of Sheridan’s world-class design professors. Students develop strong analytical skills and expertise with state-of-theart equipment and concepts as well as employment experience through the CCIT internship program.The internship is an opportunity to learn about the different divisions of a television network, design promotional and marketing materials for small and mid-sized companies or work with a web developer.Whatever the placement, this is an excellent networking experience within the communication, media and information technology sectors. Communications graduates have exciting career opportunities in advertising, journalism, marketing, public relations, web-mastering and business.(OUAC Code:TMC) Computer Science, Mathematics & Statistics Whether you choose to study Computer Science, Mathematics or

KENNY CHAN (Class of 2006) initiated Minga, a program focused on enhancing the quality of life for youth living in Guatemala City and in the community of Salama.

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Through Minga, 30 U of T Mississauga students and staff traveled to Guatemala to participate in a number of community service projects.

Statistics, you will graduate with insights from all three disciplines, making you a versatile problem solver. U of T Mississauga’s Bioinformatics program combines cutting-edge technology with molecular biology and mathematics to analyze and manage vast amounts of genomic data. Students in all programs work in innovative labs with professors and graduate students for a well-rounded and supportive learning experience. Senior students stretch their creativity, entrepreneurial spirit and technical knowledge to produce amazing products with the potential for commercialization. (For example, one student created a voice-activated system for his iPod.) Graduates find themselves in many fields including health sciences, business, education and government. (OUAC Code:TMZ) Forensic Science Forensic Science is the search for truth and meaning in evidence during criminal investigations and through courts of law. U of T Mississauga’s Forensic Science program, the first of its

kind in Canada, provides you with a broad understanding of scientific application while allowing you to study a particular area in greater detail. Areas of specialization include: Forensic Anthropology, Forensic Biology, Forensic Chemistry, and Forensic Psychology. You will learn from world-renowned forensic scientists who have lent their expertise to some of Canada’s most significant legal investigations. Senior students gain experience through internships in places such as the Centre of Forensic Sciences, the Chief Coroner’s Office of Ontario, the RCMP and a variety of local, provincial and national police and private agencies. Forensic Science grads often attend graduate school and pursue careers as: toxicology, chemistry or firearms technicians and specialists; insurance claims experts; dentists; lawyers; doctors; police officers. (OUAC Code:TMK) Humanities Taught by exceptional professors, Uof T Mississauga’s broad selection of humanities programs provide students with unique academic opportunities. For instance,

WINTER There’s snow way around it. Enjoy!


For example, studies in European and Canadian history are supplemented by courses on the United Kingdom, Russia, Asia, the Middle East and the Americas. Classical Civilizations examines ancient cultures around the world such as those in China, India, Iran, Egypt, Greece and Rome. Our History of Religions program examines the interplay between different religions and cultures. A degree in Humanities will prepare you for careers in teaching, translation, mass media, archives, international affairs, government, law and graduate studies. (OUAC Code: TMH) U of T Mississauga students use computing facilities in each building, including several 24/7 labs on campus. Wireless (WiFi) access is also widely available.

within our language programs, you will have the opportunity to use our innovative language learning labs or take part in an annual Italian play performed for the local community. If you are interested in a teaching career, Uof T Mississauga offers Concurrent Education in French and other Humanities. Many of our Humanities programs reflect Canada’s culturally-diverse community.

Life Science Life Science prepares students for advanced work in graduate studies or careers in such fields as biotechnology, nursing, pharmacy, dentistry, medicine, business and health advocacy. Programs include Biology, Molecular Biology, Anthropology, Biotechnology, Comparative Physiology and Ecology. At Uof T Mississauga, you will find excellent laboratory facilities, a greenhouse, ponds, woods and a marsh for hands-on research. Our students

ANDREW KIM (Math and Art & Art History, 2001), took his U of T Mississauga skills to Hollywood as a computer animator working on The MATRIX: Revolutions.

enjoy close contact with their professors and can participate in advanced and interactive research projects. (OUAC Code: TML) Psychology Psychology at Uof T Mississauga lets you earn an Honours BSc while focusing on human and animal behaviour. Choose from a variety of courses reflecting the broad nature of Psychology, including social, abnormal, personality, cognitive, perception, developmental and neuroscientific studies.We offer unique specialist programs in Animal Behaviour and in Exceptionality in Human Learning, which examines issues concerning children and adults who are gifted and/or have disabilities. Upper-year students in all programs gain advanced research experience while working closely with professors. Our graduates pursue careers in a variety of areas, including speech-language pathology, law, special education, business and graduate studies in psychology. If you are interested in Psychology and the law, you may also wish to consider our

Forensic Science-Psychology program. (OUAC Code:TMP) Social Sciences Whether you want to better understand crime and punishment (Crime, Law & Deviance) or how decisions are made around the world (Political Science), the realm of Social Sciences

There are more than 35 team sports and an amazing full-service athletic facility to keep you in shape.

ZAIB SHAIKH (Theatre and Drama Studies, 1997) stars in the quirky and highly-touted CBC comedy, Little Mosque on the Prairie.

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studies relationships in society. Uof T Mississauga’s small size adds tremendous value to our students’ academic experiences. For instance, first-year Sociology students benefit from a mentorship program led by top upperyear students. Likewise, students in Professional Writing and Communication meet weekly in peer editing groups and regularly with professors in one-on-one sessions for editing and feedback. Career options: human resources, criminology, social services, research, foreign affairs, law, marketing and administration. (OUAC Code:TMS) Theatre & Drama Studies One of U of T Mississauga’s most popular programs, Theatre & Drama Studies, involves the study of plays, actors, theatres, designers and audiences from the classical

BOOK, CLASSES, RECREATION: We’re here to help you find the balance you need to succeed!

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Greek stage to the most modern experimental performance. If you’re interested in pursuing training in performance, design and production, we offer the finest in theatre and drama education and stage experiences. Theatre & Drama is a professional training program offered jointly with the Sheridan Institute of Technology and Applied Learning. Students participate in five different productions staged each year at the oncampus Erindale Studio Theatre. First- and second-year students are involved backstage or front of house – working with props, lighting, sound, or as ushers – while third- and fourth-year students act and can be dance, fight or music captains. Each senior student is cast in at least two roles per year. Careers include: producer, director, visual artist, set designer, playwright, teacher, theatre critic. (OUAC Code:TMT)

PROGRAMS OF STUDY

UOF T MISSISSAUGA

INTERNSHIPS AND WORK EXPERIENCE U of T Mississauga recognizes that our students need both a strong research background and strong practical skills to be

Program (OUAC code)

Degree Prerequisites in Specialist Major Minor addition to English

ART & ART HISTORY (TMA) Art & Art History (Diploma + Degree)

BA

COMMUNICATION & CULTURE (TMC) Biomedical Communications (Science)

BSc

Communication, Culture & Information Technology

BA

Digital Enterprise Management

BA

(One Math rec.)

Health Sciences Communication

BSc

F, Bio, Ch

Human Communication & Technology

BSc

One Math; (Bio rec.)

x

x

F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.)

x x

Visual Culture & Communication BA COMPUTER SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS (TMZ) Applied Statistics

BSc

C, F; (M rec.)

Bioinformatics

BSc

C, F, Bio, Ch

Computer Science

BSc

C, F; (M rec.)

Information Security

BSc

Mathematical Sciences

x x x x

x

x

C, F; (M rec.)

x x x x

BSc

C, F; (M rec.)

x

x

Accounting

BCom

C, F

x

Commerce

BA

C, F

Commerce & Finance

BCom

C, F

Finance

BCom

C, F

Human Resource Management

BCom

C, F

Marketing

BCom

C, F

Management

BA

(One Math rec.)

Management

BBA

(One Math rec.)

Forensic Science

BSc

F, Ch; (Bio, Ph rec.)

Forensic Science – Anthropology

BSc

F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.)

Forensic Science – Biology

BSc

F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.)

Forensic Science – Chemistry

BSc

F, Bio, Ch, Ph

Forensic Science – Psychology HUMANITIES (TMH)

BSc

F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.)

Art History

BA

Canadian Studies

BA

Cinema Studies

BA

Classical Civilization

BA

Diaspora & Transnational Studies

BA

English

BA

x

x x

COMMERCE (TME) AND MANAGEMENT (TMG) x x x x x x x

FORENSIC SCIENCE (TMK)

successful following graduation. That’s where the Internship Support Office (ISO) comes in. The ISO helps link students to paid and unpaid opportunities from academic internships

(which let students earn academic credit) to the Professional Experience Year. Many programs offer students this kind of experience, including: Life Science, Forensic Science, Psychology,

x x x x x

x

x x

x

x x x

x x x x x x

Environment/GIS, CCIT, Management, Commerce, and Math and Computational Sciences.


Program (OUAC code)

Degree Prerequisites in Specialist Major Minor addition to English

Program (OUAC code)

Degree Prerequisites in Specialist Major Minor addition to English

English & History

BA

Geocomputational Sciences

BSc

C, F

European Studies

BA

Geographic Information Systems

BSc

One Math

Francophone Studies

BA

Geography

BSc

F, One Science

x

French Language & Literature

BA

(Fr rec.)

x

Geology

BSc

C, F, Ch, Ph

x

French Language & French Linguistics

BA

(Fr rec.)

x

Paleontology

BSc

French Language Teaching & Learning

BA

(Fr rec.)

x

Physics

BSc

French Studies

BA

French & Italian

BA

(Fr, Ita rec.)

x

PSYCHOLOGY (TMP) Behaviour, Genetics and Neurobiology (Science)

BSc

F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.)

French & Italian Teaching & Learning

BA

(Fr, Ita rec.)

x

Exceptionality in Human Learning (Science)

BSc

One Math; (Bio rec.)

Functional French

BA

x

Psychology

BSc

One Math; (Bio rec.)

History

BA

x

x

x

History & Political Science

BA

x

SOCIAL SCIENCES (TMS) Anthropology

BA

History of Religion

BA

x

x

x

Crime, Law and Deviance

BA

Italian

BA

(Ita rec.)

x

x

x

Economics

Italian Teaching & Learning

BA

(Ita rec.)

Economics

Linguistics

BA

Logic

BA

Performance & Theatre

BA

Philosophy

BA

Philosophy of Science

BA

Women & Gender Studies LIFE SCIENCES (TML)

BA

Anthropology

BSc

(Bio rec.)

Biology

BSc

F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.)

Biotechnology

BSc

F, Bio, Ch, Ph

Comparative Physiology

BSc

F, Bio, Ch; (Ph rec.)

Ecology and Evolution

BSc

F, Bio, Ch; (Ph, M rec.)

Molecular Biology CHEMICAL & PHYSICAL SCIENCES (TMW) Astronomical Sciences

BSc

F, Bio, Ch

x x x x x x

BSc

C, F, Ph

x

Astronomy

BSc

C, F, Ph

Biological Chemistry

BSc

F, Bio, Ch, Ph; (C rec.)

Biological Physics

BSc

F, C, Ch, Ph; (Bio rec.)

x x

x

x

Chemistry

BSc

F, Ch, Ph; (C rec.)

x

x

x

Earth Science

BSc

F, Ch, Ph

BSc

F, Ch, Bio/Ph

x x

x

Environmental Analysis & Monitoring

x x

Environmental Science

BSc

F, Bio, Ch/Ph

x

x

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE YEAR (PEY) This is a 12- to 16-month paid work-term placement for students. You could find work

x (Fr/Ger/Ita rec.)

x

x x

x

x

x x

C, F x

x

x

x

x

F, Bio, Ch

x

x

C, F, Ph, Ch

x x x x

x x

x x

x

x

(One Math rec.)

x

x

BA

F, One other 12 U Math

x

x

BCom

F, One other 12 U Math

x

Economics & Political Science

BA

F, One other 12 U Math

x

Environment & Human Society

BA

(F, Bio rec.)

x

Environmental Management

BA

F, Bio

x

x

x

Financial Economics

BSc

F, One other 12 U Math

x

x

Geography

BA

x

x

History & Political Science

BA

x

Industrial Relations

BA

International Affairs

BA

Political Science

BA

Professional Writing & Communication

BA

Sociology

BA

THEATRE & DRAMA (TMT) Theatre & Drama Studies (Diploma + Degree) CONCURRENT EDUCATION

BA

x x

x

Concurrent Education/French (TEB) Concurrent Education/Chemistry (TEC) Concurrent Education/Math (TEM)

x

x

x

x

x

in your field of interest from accounting to environmental technology or computer science – many options are available.

x

x

x

x x

x

x F, One other 12 U Math

x x x

Audition Required

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

BA & BEd (French strongly rec.) BSc & BEd F, Ch; (C rec.) BSc & BEd C, F; (M rec.)

CODES Bio C Ch F

= = = =

Biology Calculus & Vectors* Chemistry Advanced Functions*

M = Mathematics of Data Management Ph = Physics rec = Recommended / = Or . = And * If you are following Ontario’s old math curriculum, please refer to the math requirements on page 68.

RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY (ROP) This program gives upper-year students the opportunity to work with a professor to develop their research in an interactive

partnership. Students from all areas of study may participate in the program. ROP is part of our continuing effort to offer students the benefits of a superb

undergraduate education in a research-intensive university.

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UOF T SCARBOROUGH

In addition to the prestige of attending Canada’s largest and most renowned university, students at U of T Scarborough enjoy the comforts of a small, friendly, and safe campus. Surrounded by 300 acres of beautiful parkland, the campus’ proximity to downtown Toronto and its diverse 10,000 student population provide an ideal learning environment. Our low student-to-faculty ratio allows for easy interaction with classmates and the opportunity to really get to know your professors, who excel at teaching and research. U of T Scarborough graduates are excellently prepared for both career success and entry into top professional and graduate programs.

Curriculum We offer over 1,100 courses spanning the Humanities, Social Sciences, Biological Sciences, Psychology, Computer & Mathematical Sciences, Physical & Environmental Sciences and Management. Choose an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree, Honours Bachelor of Science

EXCITING GROWTH Opened in 2005, the Arts and Administration Building (right), features a welcome centre, a lecture theatre, additional fine art studio space, and

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houses the visual and performing arts programs.

degree or a Bachelor of Business Administration degree (each, four years). U of T Scarborough is U of T’s Co-op campus offering formal Co-op degrees in the Arts, Science and Management.The Concurrent Education programs produce professional elementary and high school teachers in the areas of French and the mathematical and physical sciences. In these five-year programs graduates earn both an honours arts or science degree plus a Bachelor of Education degree. Students may pursue combination degree and diploma/certificate programs offered jointly with Centennial College. These joint programs allow students to earn U of T degrees and gain the technical preparation of an applied program.

Student Life With an assortment of campus media and over 125 student clubs, there is a wide variety of activities in which to get involved, including academic, social, political, athletic, cultural and recreational groups. U of T Scarborough has an

Opened in 2008, the new Science Building (left) includes 16 stateof-the-art research laboratories and a lecture hall.


active artistic community that takes advantage of wonderful facilities, such as the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre and the Doris McCarthy Gallery. The student representative body, the Scarborough Campus Students’Union (SCSU), organizes regular activities, including the orientation for new students, plus regularly sold-out cultural and fashion shows produced and performed entirely by students. The Recreation Centre houses a double gym, squash courts, saunas, cardiovascular and weight training equipment, a golf cage and a studio for aerobics, martial-arts and dance classes. Outdoor athletic facilities include the varsity baseball diamond, soccer, rugby and football fields plus tennis courts. There are a wide range of instructional programs and sports to suit all skill levels, from recreational to competitive in-house leagues and the U of T Varsity teams.

Student Services U of T Scarborough is committed to ensuring student success.To this end, we provide a wide variety of programs,

services and workshops to ensure that you reach your full potential.We offer one-on-one academic advising; peer mentoring; instruction on research, writing, presentation, math, study and learning skills; as well as a Career Centre to help you with everything from developing your resume to applying for a job. Health care and personal counseling is available from the Health and Wellness Centre, while AccessAbility Services assists students with physical or learning disabilities to adapt to the university experience.

residence, even those who live close to the campus.

INQUIRIES Tel: 416-287-7529 Fax: 416-287-7525 www.utsc.utoronto.ca Address: University of Toronto Scarborough Admissions and Student Recruitment 1265 Military Trail Toronto, Ontario Canada M1C 1A4

Student Residence Your comfortable home away from home is a mere two-minute walk from the main campus buildings.All units are safe, furnished, well maintained and Internet-ready, with well-equipped kitchens and 95 per cent single bedrooms.Townhouse-style units house four to six first-year students, and apartment-style units house four upper-year students. Optional meal plans are available.All first-year students are guaranteed a place in

STUDENT CENTRE This award-winning building (left), is home to Student Affairs and Services, the student union, clubs, media, a food court, multi-faith prayer rooms,

Health and Wellness, the International Student Centre, a convenience store and Bluff’s Restaurant and Pub.

The Management Building overlooks the Sakura garden.

MARY ANNE CHAMBERS (8T8, right), Former Ontario Minister of Children and Youth Services; former Senior VP, Electronic Banking Business Services, Scotiabank.

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PROGRAMS OF STUDY

UOF T SCARBOROUGH Program

Degree Prerequisites in Spec. Major Minor Co-op QUAC Application Code addition to English non-Co-op Co-op

Degree Prerequisites in Spec. Major Minor Co-op QUAC Application Code addition to English non-Co-op Co-op

Psychology & its Applications

MANAGEMENT Management

BBA

C, F

x

• Accounting Stream

BBA

C, F

x

• Economic Data Analysis Stream

BBA

• Behavioural Disorders Stream

BSc

(Sci, C/F/M rec.)

x

x

TSQ

x

TSM

TSN

• Cognition & Behaviour Stream

BSc

(Sci, C/F/M rec.)

x

x

TSQ

BSc

(Sci, C/F/M rec.)

x

x

TSQ

x

TSM

TSN

x

TSM

TSN

SCIENCES

x

TSM

TSN

Astrophysics & Physics

BSc

C, F; (Ph rec.)

x

x

TSP

TSB

BSc

C, F, Ch; (Bio, Ph rec.)

x

x

TSP

TSB

x

TSP

TSB

x

TSP

TSB

BBA

C, F

BBA

C, F

x

BBA

TSN

x

• Human Resource Management Stream • Marketing Stream

TSM

C, F

• Finance Stream

BBA

x

• Public Opinion & Behaviour Stream

x

• International Business Stream

C, F

x

x

TSM

TSN

Biochemistry

C, F

x

x

TSM

TSN

Biological Chemistry

BSc

C, F, Ch; (Bio, Ph rec.)

x

x

TSM

TSN

Chemistry

BSc

C, F, Ch; (Bio, Ph rec.)

x

x

• Public Management Stream

BBA

C, F

x

• Strategic Management Stream

BBA

C, F

x

x

TSM

TSN

Environmental Science

BSc

(C, F, Bio rec.)

Management & Information Technology

BBA

C, F

x

x

TSV

TSY

• General Stream

BSc

(C, F, Bio rec.)

x

x

TSP

TSB

C, F (Choose 1 major

x

x

• Environmental Biology Stream

BSc

(C, F, Bio rec.)

x

x

TSP

TSB

TWS

• Water Science Stream

BSc

(C, F, Bio rec.)

x

x

TSP

TSB

TWS

• Environmental Biology

BSc

C, F, Ch; (Bio, Ph rec.)

x

x

TSP

TSB

• Environmental Chemistry

BSc

C, F, Ch; (Bio, Ph rec.)

x

x

TSP

TSB

• Environmental Geoscience

BSc

C, F, Ch; (Bio, Ph rec.)

x

x

TSP

TSB

• Environmental Physics

BSc

C, F, Ch; (Bio, Ph rec.)

x

x

TSP

TSB

Mathematics

BSc

C, F

x

x

TSP

TSB

• Computational Physical Sciences Stream BSc • Design Your Own Stream BSc

C, F; (Ph rec.)

x

x

TSP

TSB

C, F

x

x

TSP

TSB

TSM

• Statistics Stream

BSc

C, F

x

x

TSP

TSB

TSM

Natural Sciences

BSc

C, F, Ch; (Bio, Ph rec.)

x

x

TSP

TSB

TSM

Physical & Mathematical Sciences

BSc

C, F, Ch; (Ph rec.)

x

x

TSP

TSB

Physical Sciences

BSc

C, F, Ch; (Ph rec.)

x

TSP

TSB

Physics & Its Applications

BSc

C, F; (Ph rec.)

x

x

TSP

TSB

Quantitative Analysis

BSc

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Neuroscience Psychology

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2008 TVO Best Lecturer contest for excellence in teaching among all Ontario universities.

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COMPUTER SCIENCE Computer Science

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TOP TEN TEACHERS Professors Gerald Cupchick (Psychology) (right) and Marc Fournier (Psychology) were the only U of T professors awarded a top ten placement in the

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KEVIN THISTLE (8T5, right), President of the Angus Glen Golf Club, home to the 2007 Bell Canadian Open. Named the 2003 Markham Business Leader of the Year.

ELIZA JIANG CHEN (0T7, right, Co-op Management graduate from Panama; inaugural winner of the prestigious Jon S. Dellandrea Award for International Students.


Program

Degree Prerequisites in Spec. Major Minor Co-op QUAC Application Code addition to English non-Co-op Co-op

Program

Degree Prerequisites in Spec. Major Minor Co-op QUAC Application Code addition to English non-Co-op Co-op

International Development Studies

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International Studies

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Diaspora & Transnational Studies

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L M Ph / . rec

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Language other than English Mathematics of Data Management Physics Or And Recommended (to achieve Specialist)

** If you are following Ontario’s old math curriculum, please refer to the math requirements on page 68.

TSS x

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Geography • Human Geography

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JAY HOPE (7T9, right), Commissioner of Community Safety, Ministry of Community Safety; the highest ranking black police officer in Canadian history. Drama students enjoying the ovation from a great performance

TSK TSI All degree programs offered are normally completed in 4 years, with the exception of the Concurrent Education programs and the Co-op International Development Studies program which are normally completed in 5 years. *Not direct entry from high school. Minimum of one year of post-secondary studies required.


Co-op Arts Management Build on your love of the arts (drama, music, art history and studio), and cultivate a professional career in the arts industry through this multidisciplinary program. Get exposed to the fine arts, artists and arts managers in the classroom and while on work terms. Gain skills and experiences that are critical in the professional administration of the arts and cultural sector, e.g., marketing, fundraising, financialmanagement and strategic planning. Graduates work in theatres, galleries, museums, arts councils, music organizations, dance companies, film and television, and charitable and for-profit organizations in Canada and abroad. [Paid work terms]

UOFT SCARBOROUGH CO-OP PROGRAMS U OF T DEGREE+PAID PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Co-op programs provide real-life employment experiences and networking that fast-track to rewarding careers. Over 85 Co-op options are offered in the arts, science and management. Our students test-drive their degrees before they complete them, at full-time paid jobs in industries, organizations or businesses in

their fields of study.As a 35-year leader in Co-op education, our combination of the U of T degree with work experience obtained in Toronto – Canada’s economic, technological, cultural and artistic powerhouse – continues to put Uof T Scarborough Co-op graduates in high demand by top employers.

CHARLES S. CUTTS (6T9, left), President & CEO, Corporation of Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall. Recipient of the Award for Cultural Leadership by the Association of Cultural Executives.

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WILL KWAN (0T2, left), Artistin-residence; former fellow at the prestigious Jan van Eyck cademie, Netherlands. Cited by Maclean’s as one of Canada’s top 10 artists “worth keeping an eye on.”

SUE GRAHAM-NUTTER (8T1, left), Founder, Executive Producer and Chief Organizer of Krinos Taste of the Danforth, one of Canada’s largest festivals; President of Affinity Marketing Concepts.


Co-op options in Biology

Co-op Computer Science

Through lecture and intensive laboratory/field courses, students acquire the theoretical knowledge and skills to be practitioners in their disciplines.

Gain core knowledge and hands-on skills in systems architecture, development, programming, implementation, networking, management and support. After first year, specialize in one of: Comprehensive Computer Science, Information Systems, Software Engineering, or joint programs with mathematics, physics, or statistics.Three work terms provide progressively more challenging roles. By graduation, you will be prepared for careers across the spectrum of job titles and industry sectors – developing business software solutions, creating medical systems to improve health care, or privately launching the next great computer game. [Paid work terms]

Co-op Cell & Molecular Biology Studies in biochemistry, cell & molecular biology, genetics and microbiology lead to work terms in research, the health sector, biotechnology and related industries. Conservation Biology Studies in the preservation of animals, plants and ecosystems coupled with U of T Scarborough’s proximity to, and association with, the Metro Toronto Zoo present opportunities for practical experience in the field. [Paid work terms, all options]

GREGORY HINES (7T2, left), President & CEO, Tm Bioscience Corp. Leads the development of advanced genetic testing for cystic fibrosis and other debilitating genetic disorders.

Co-op Humanities Encompassing several disciplines, the Co-op Humanities is an excellent opportunity for students to pursue the academic program of their choice, gain valuable life-long and career-related skills, and develop real world experience that employers demand. Choose from the following options:Art & Culture,Art History, Drama, English, French, History, Linguistics, Music & Culture, Philosophy, Psycholinguistics, Studio, and Women’s Studies. Students in Co-op Humanities complete two, four-month work terms in diverse settings such as the arts and culture sector, government, private companies and health care organizations. [Paid work terms]

Co-op International Development Studies Designed for students with a keen interest in the improvement of living conditions in developing countries.Embark on an 8–12 month work term in Latin America,Africa,the Middle East,Asia or Eastern Europe.IDS students work with development organizations such as CARE Canada and CUSO. Students focus on either a social science,or an environmental science stream, while learning about issues of poverty and social justice. With an IDS degree,graduates find employment with Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs), government agencies,and international institutions in Canada and abroad.Others pursue graduate studies in a variety of fields,or work in community development in Canada.[Paid work terms]

PAUL TSAPARIS (8T2, left), President & CEO, HewlettPackard (Canada) Ltd.; recipient of the 1998 Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 Award.

Co-op options in Management Regardless of your career path in the business world, our Co-op Management programs give you a competitive edge. U of T Scarborough’s location in the financial centre of Canada provides easy access to a wealth of Co-op employers representing a ‘Who’s Who’ in Canadian business and finance. Work terms are in top-ranked corporations, the consumer product industry, multinational companies, chartered banks, investment firms and high-tech firms. Co-op Management Choose to be a management generalist, or specialize in accounting, economic data analysis, finance, human resources, international business,

marketing, public or strategic management. Co-op Management & Information Technology In today’s business environment, expertise in IT is extremely valuable and in high demand. Gain that expertise with this combination of studies in computer science and management. Co-op Management Plus Arts/Science Customize the BBA degree by formally combining studies in the arts or sciences with studies in business. Choose from Management & Humanities, Management & Life Sciences, Management & Science, or Management & Social Sciences. [Paid work terms, all options]

FOR FURTHER I N F O R M AT I O N : www.utsc.utoronto.ca 416-287-7529

DAVID OSSIP (8T8, left), Founder, President & CEO, Workbrain Corp.; named one of Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 in 2004; Ernst & Young emerging Entrepreneur of the Year, 2004.

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Co-op Sciences Under the umbrella of the Sciences, a considerable number of Co-op opportunities are available in many disciplines: Biochemistry, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Physics, Quantitative Analysis and Statistics. Students complete three work terms which might include providing technical support to nuclear physicists at a nuclear facility, working at a health care technology manufacturer, conducting materials research in a chemical laboratory, carrying out clinical research with a pharmaceutical manufacturer, or implementing inspection programs as a field worker. Employers span the biotechnology and environmental sectors, consulting, academia, health care and government. [Paid work terms]

Co-op Neuroscience

Co-op Psychology & its Applications

Co-op Social Sciences

Neuroscience seeks to understand how the nervous system works. Students attempt to unravel some of the mysteries of the brain and its mechanisms of action. Neuroscience encompasses aspects of a variety of disciplines including anatomy, biochemistry, molecular biology, pharmacology, physiology, psychology and zoology.Theoretical work will be combined with practical laboratory work and the skills and knowledge gained will be applied to the work experience. Two paid work terms may include such employers as pharmaceutical and biotechnology manufacturers undertaking drug trials related to brain functioning, or teaching hospitals and university research labs. [Paid work terms]

Go beyond the theory of human behaviour and the mind, by enhancing traditional classroom instruction and laboratory exercises with work terms in three highly intriguing areas. Behavioural Disorders focuses on the study of behaviour disorders and their treatment. Cognition and Behaviour studies how perception, memory, language and thinking impact upon one’s behaviour. Public Opinion and Behaviour examines attitudes and behaviour patterns in order to better understand cross-cultural issues, and political and consumer opinions.Work term settings range from hospitals and extended health care facilities, to educational institutions and survey research firms. [Paid work terms]

Within the Co-op Social Sciences, students can concentrate their studies in many areas. In Co-op Anthropology, select streams in archaeology or biological, medical, or social-cultural anthropology. Co-op City Studies will appeal to students interested in urban planning, real estate development and architecture. Co-op Health Studies takes an interdisciplinary approach to the study of health by incorporating biology, economics and psychology. In Co-op International Studies, focus on either the international political economy or international culture and communication. Co-op Public Policy prepares students for careers as policy analysts. Co-op Sociology studies the interaction and social relations of people. [Paid work terms]

DR. TONY CRUZ (7T4, left), Founder and CEO of Transition Therapeutics Inc.; senior scientist, Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute; founding member of the Canadian Arthritis Network.

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JOHN WRIGHT (8T0, left), Senior VP of Canada’s largest public opinion firm, Ipsos-Reid; media spokesperson; best-selling author; former Students’ Union President and radio station Manager.

CONCURRENT EDUCATION The concurrent teacher education program trains candidates to become certified teaching professionals of the very highest calibre. Over the course of the five-year program, courses in the arts and/or sciences are taken simultaneously with courses in education theory and practice. Furthermore, vital teaching skills are acquired and honed through a combination of practical classroom experience and internships.At Uof T Scarborough graduates earn two degrees – a Bachelor of Education degree and either an Honours Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree.The program is offered in collaboration with the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), one of the largest and most research-intensive faculties of education in North America and the top place in Canada to study education.

Concurrent Education/Arts – French Prepares candidates to become French teachers at the elementary or secondary school levels. Bursaries are available for enhancement of

MATT CIMONE (0T7, left), served as the UN Goodwill Youth ambassador to Canada at the 2006 UN Global Youth Leadership Summit.


language skills in francophone environments like France or Quebec.

Concurrent Education/Science – Mathematical & Physical Prepares candidates to become science teachers at the elementary or secondary school levels in the disciplines that are highest in demand in Ontario: mathematics, chemistry and physics.

JOINT PROGRAMS U of T Scarborough has extended its range of programs by entering into a partnership with Centennial College – the oldest college of applied arts and technology in Ontario, with an outstanding record of exemplary teaching and innovative careeroriented programming. Unique to U of T, these exciting fouryear programs build on the reputable U of T degree with Centennial College’s recognized strengths in technical and practical education. Graduates of these programs will gain a solid grounding in academic and

practical skills and be excellently prepared to succeed in today’s knowledge-based economy.

INQUIRIES

Environmental Science & Technology Earn a four-year Honours BSc degree from U of T, plus an Environmental Protection Technologist Diploma from Centennial College.The program features a great deal of flexibility with regard to subject choices within the required structure of the program. Uof T Scarborough academic courses teach students analytical skills, research methods, writing and fundamentals. Centennial College courses teach the practical skills necessary for applications in the environment and industrial settings.

Industrial Microbiology Earn a four-year Honours BSc degree from U of T, plus a Biotechnology/ Industrial Microbiology Diploma from Centennial College. Explore microbiological processes in a variety of sectors including the food production, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries. Gain the technical skills as used in the industrial laboratory and field work through projects that involve preparation, testing

TOM ENRIGHT (7T6, left), President & CEO of Canada NewsWire; former Director, Toronto Stock Exchange; former GM, Financial Post; Governor, Canadian Journalism Foundation.

and evaluation of commonly used products; genetic manipulation; quality assurance and quality control.

Journalism Earn a four-year Honours BA degree from U of T, plus a Journalism Diploma from Centennial College. Hands-on experience is a core component of the program which features the major media formats: electronic, print and broadcast. Field placements and a course on journalism career management are offered. Students have the ability to proceed to specialized areas according to their interests, such as science and technology,the arts and entertainment, etc.

New Media Studies Earn a four-year Honours BA degree from U of T, plus a New Media Design Certificate from Centennial College. Combine academic studies in a major program in any other field of study with the principles of digital communication

DAVID ONLEY (8T4, left), Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario, best-selling author and broadcaster with CityTV; inductee into the Terry Fox

and design. Highly interdisciplinary and collaborative, this program integrates theories and skills from the creative, interpretive and technical disciplines. Students will learn to use various digital tools, not only to create new kinds of media representations, but also to explore and expand the traditional knowledge domains.

Tel: 416-287-7529 Fax: 416-287-7525 www.utsc.utoronto.ca Address: University of Toronto Scarborough Admissions and Student Recruitment 1265 Military Trail Toronto, Ontario Canada M1C 1A4

Paramedicine Earn a four-year Honours BSc degree from U of T, plus a Paramedic Diploma from Centennial College. This degree program is unique in Canada, and equips students to provide critical emergency care and support other professional medical staff as certified Emergency Medical Care Attendants.This challenging program combines theory, laboratory work and practical field experience, and leads to a rewarding career as a professional in the health sciences/medical field.

Hall of Fame for advancing the causes of people with disabilities.

NATASHA RAMSAHAI (9T8, left), On-air meteorologist for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC).

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PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS REQUIRING UNIVERSITY PREPARATION

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Six of U of T’s undergraduate

secondary study are required for

professional programs require some

admission.All are located on the

university preparation for admission:

St. George Campus and they

Dentistry, Law, Medical Radiation

vary in length from two to four

Sciences, Medicine, Nursing and

years.Admission prerequisites for

Pharmacy. Depending upon the

each program are outlined in

program, one to three years of post

the following pages.


FACULTY OF DENTISTRY

FACULTY OF LAW

DEGREE Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) ADMISSIONS • Three years of undergraduate study.This program must include one full or two half courses in general biochemistry covering protein chemistry and the chemistry of other biomolecules, cellular metabolism and molecular biology; one full or two half courses in general mammalian (human or animal) physiology covering the following systems; musculoskeletal system; haemostasis mechanisms; haematopoietic system; nervous system; immune system; cardiovascular system; renal physiology; neurophysiology; endocrinology and gastrointestinal physiology; along with at least two full courses (or equivalent) in other life sciences and at least one full course (or equivalent) in humanities or social sciences. • Canadian Dental Aptitude Test (DAT) • Your Academic Average (AA) and Perceptual Ability Test (PAT) are part of the admission process.

LENGTH OF PROGRAM

Four years

FACULTY OF MEDICINE & THE MICHENER INSTITUTE: MEDICAL RADIATION SCIENCES DEGREE Joint Bachelor of Science Degree/Diploma Professional undergraduate program offered by U of T with the Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences (BSc [Medical Radiation Sciences])

DEGREE

ADMISSIONS Juris Doctor (JD)

ADMISSIONS • Three years of undergraduate study.Almost all admitted students have completed a four-year degree of undergraduate study • Standardized test (LSAT) • The 2007-2008 entering class had a median LSAT score of 167 and a median GPA of 85.4 per cent (based on the best three years of a four-year undergraduate degree) • There are three admissions categories: regular, mature (five years out of school) and aboriginal

• Minimum one year of undergraduate study, including full course equivalents in biology, mathematics, physics and minimum CGPA of B-.

LENGTH OF PROGRAM

Three years

LENGTH OF PROGRAM Three years COMBINED DEGREES Many combined degrees are offered in cooperation with other divisions of the University. Please refer to our web site: www.law.utoronto.ca

FACULTY OF DENTISTRY Tel: 416-979-4901, ext. 4373 Fax: 416-979-4944 Email: admissions.dental@utoronto.ca Website: www.utoronto.ca/ dentistry

Address: Admissions Office Faculty of Dentistry University of Toronto 124 Edward Street Toronto, Ontario Canada M5G 1G6

FACULTY OF LAW Tel: 416-978-3716 Fax: 416-978-7899 Email: law.admissions@ utoronto.ca Website: www.law.utoronto.ca

Address: Faculty of Law University of Toronto 78 Queen’s Park Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 2C5

MEDICAL RADIATION SCIENCES Tel: 416-596-3101, ext. 3442 Fax: 416-596-3104 Email: radsciinfo@michener.ca Website: www.utoronto.ca/ft/radsci.php

Address: Medical Radiation Sciences Program 222 St. Patrick Street Toronto, Ontario Canada M5T 1V4

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FACULTY OF MEDICINE DEGREE Doctor of Medicine (MD)

LAWRENCE S. BLOOMBERG FACULTY OF PHARMACY FACULTY OF NURSING DEGREE Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy (BScPhm)

ADMISSIONS

ADMISSIONS

• Three years of undergraduate study, with completion of two full courses in the life sciences and one full course in humanities or social sciences or languages • A university-level course in statistics is recommended • Medical College Admission Test (MCAT)

• Minimum one year of undergraduate study (5.0 full-credit equivalents) • Successful completion of : • English ENG4U • Biology – university (full-credit equivalent) • Physics SPH4U or university • Chemistry – university (equivalent to U of T CHM138H + 139H or former CHM137Y) • Calculus – university (equivalent to U of T MAT135Y) • one full-credit equivalent from humanities or social sciences at the university level

LENGTH OF PROGRAM Four years, followed by a residency period of at least two years’ duration

DEGREE

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

(BScN)

ADMISSIONS • Two years of undergraduate study with ten university full-course equivalents, including: full courses in human physiology, life or physical sciences, social sciences and humanities, a half course in statistics, and a minimum B average in the last year of university study. The 2007-08 entering class had a median grade of B+ or higher in their last year of study with a significant portion of applicants having completed a fouryear undergraduate degree.

LENGTH OF PROGRAM Four years Information cited above was accurate at the time of printing; however, since changes may occur, prospective candidates are advised to obtain up-to-date information from the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy website.

LENGTH OF PROGRAM Two years FACULTY of MEDICINE Tel: 416-978-7928 Fax: 416-971-2163 Website: www.facmed.utoronto.ca

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Address: Faculty of Medicine Admissions & Student Finance University of Toronto 1 King’s College Circle, Rm. 2135 Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 1A8

LAWRENCE S. BLOOMBERG FACULTY of NURSING Tel: 416-978-8727 Fax: 416-978-8222 Email: inquiry.nursing@utoronto.ca Website: www.nursing.utoronto.ca

Address: Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing University of Toronto 155 College Street, Suite 215 Toronto, Ontario Canada M5T 1P8

FACULTY of PHARMACY Tel: 416-978-3967 Fax: 416-978-8511 Email: adm.phm@utoronto.ca Website: www.pharmacy.utoronto.ca/undergrad

Address: Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy University of Toronto 144 College Street Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 3M2


PROGRAMS REQUIRING A UNIVERSITY DEGREE As the nation’s leading research institution, the University of Toronto awards more doctoral degrees than any other Canadian university. U of T has a remarkable number of graduate programs, at the master’s, doctoral, and professional levels. The following faculties offer programs for which applicants must possess a university degree.

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FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, LANDSCAPE, AND DESIGN

FACULTY OF MEDICINE: DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL COMMUNICATIONS ADMISSIONS Two years (24 months) of graduate study with 17 half course equivalents, including: anatomy; neuroanatomy; pathology; theories of perspective, colour and design; relationships between content, medium and audience; technology (video, CD-ROM, animation,Web); visual communication for health promotion; research methods; the evolution of medical illustration; and ethics and professionalism.

ADMISSIONS Master of Architecture: A four-year undergraduate degree in any field with a minimum mid-B in the final year and the submission of a portfolio.Applicants should have taken Grade 12 U or M courses in Advanced Functions and Calculus, Physics, and a university level half-credit course in architectural history. Master of Landscape Architecture: A four-year undergraduate degree in any field with a minimum mid-B in the final year and the submission of a portfolio. Master of Urban Design: A professional degree in architecture or landscape architecture with a minimum mid-B in the final year and the submission of a portfolio.

DEGREE OFFERED Master of Science in Biomedical Communication (MScBMC)

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BEd: An undergraduate degree is required. Preference is given to those who have attained a high academic average in a four-year degree program and to those with relevant experience. Criteria for Technological Studies programs differ. In addition to the consecutive program, a collaborative Concurrent Teacher Education Program (CTEP) is offered for students enrolling, directly from high school, in participating undergraduate divisions of the University. MEd/MA/MT: For most Master’s programs we require an appropriate fouryear undergraduate degree with mid-B standing or better in the final year. EdD/PhD: Doctoral programs require completion of an appropriate Master’s degree with B+ standing or better.

Bachelor of Education (BEd) Master of Education (MEd) Master of Arts (MA) Master of Teaching (MT) Doctor of Education (EdD) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Master of Architecture (MArch) Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) Master of Urban Design (MUD)

Address: Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design University of Toronto 230 College Street Toronto, Ontario Canada M5T 1R2

ADMISSIONS

DEGREES OFFERED

DEGREES OFFERED

ARCHITECTURE, LANDSCAPE, AND DESIGN Tel: 416-978 5038 Fax: 416-971 2094 Email: enquiry.ald@utoronto.ca Website: www.ald.utoronto.ca

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

BIOMEDICAL COMMUNICATIONS Tel: 416-978-2659 Fax: 416-978-6891 Email: bmc.info@utoronto.ca. Website: www.med.utoronto.ca/BMC

Address: Biomedical Communications Institute of Medical Science University of Toronto 1 King’s College Circle, Room 2356 Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 1A8

EDUCATION Website: www.ro.oise.utoronto.ca

Address: OISE Registrar’s Office 252 Bloor Street West Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 1V6


FACULTY OF FORESTRY ADMISSIONS MFC/MScF: An appropriate four-year Bachelor’s degree with a final year (or two years for the MFC) average of at least B.

DEGREES OFFERED Master of Forest Conservation (MFC) Master of Science in Forestry (MScF) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES ADMISSIONS Master’s degree: An appropriate four-year Bachelor’s degree with a final year average of at least a mid-B from the University of Toronto, or its equivalent from another recognized university. Doctoral programs: An appropriate U of T Master’s degree, or its equivalent, with an average of at least B+, or demonstrated comparable research competence. Some departments admit to Doctoral programs directly from a four-year Bachelor’s degree for exceptional students.A final year average of at least A- is required. Applicants whose primary language is not English and who attended an institution where the language of instruction is not English, must successfully complete an English language facility test.

ADMISSIONS

DEGREES OFFERED

MISt: An overall average of at least B in a four-year Bachelor’s degree, or its equivalent and at least a mid-B in the final year.

U of T’s School of Graduate Studies offers Master’s and Doctoral degrees in more than 80 departments, centres and institutes. Complete admissions and program information on our wide range of graduate programs is available online at: www.sgs.utoronto.ca.

FORESTRY Tel: 416-946-7952 Fax: 416-978-3834 Email: gradprog@forestry.utoronto.ca Website: www.forestry.utoronto.ca

Address: Faculty of Forestry University of Toronto 33 Willcocks Street Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 3B3

FACULTY OF INFORMATION

GRADUATE STUDIES Tel: 416-978-6614 Fax: 416-978-4367 Email: gradschool@utoronto.ca Website: www.gradschool.utoronto.ca

Address: School of Graduate Studies University of Toronto 63 St. George Street Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 2Z9

MMSt: An overall average of at least B+ in a fouryear Bachelor’s degree, or its equivalent. PhD: An average of at least B+ in a four-year Bachelor’s degree, or its equivalent and an average of at least B+ in a Master’s degree.

DEGREES OFFERED Master of Information Studies (MISt) Master of Museum Studies (MMSt) Doctor of Information Studies (PhD)

INFORMATION STUDIES Tel: 416-978-3234 Fax: 416-978-5762 Email: inquire@fis.utoronto.ca Website: www.fis.utoronto.ca

Address: Faculty of Information University of Toronto 140 St. George Street Toronto, Ontario Canada M5G 3G6

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JOSEPH L. ROTMAN SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT ADMISSIONS The Rotman School has set out to redesign business education for the 21st century and become one of the world’s top-tier business schools. Requirements for the MBA program include: a recognized undergraduate degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0 during the last two years of undergraduate or graduate education; demonstrated command of English; full-time work experience (two years for two-year MBA; four years preferred for three-year MBA) with a record of accomplishment in employment; two professional reference letters.

DEGREES OFFERED Master of Business Administration (MBA):Two-Year and Three-Year (including Morning or Evening) Programs Master of Finance Juris Doctor/Master of Business Administration (JD/MBA) The Jeffrey Skoll Bachelor of Applied Science/Master of Business Administration (BASc/MBA) The One-Year MBA for Executives MBA/Master of Arts (Russian and European Studies) Omnium Global Executive MBA Program Collaborative Program in Asia-Pacific Studies Collaborative Program in Environmental Studies

FACULTY OF MEDICINE: FACULTY OF MEDICINE: DEPARTMENT OF DEPARTMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL SCIENCE & PHYSICAL THERAPY OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ADMISSIONS

ADMISSIONS Entry requires a four-year undergraduate degree with a minimum mid-B average in the final year. Prior study in statistics, physiology/biology (vertebrate), and psychology may enhance students’ learning in the program. Students are prepared in advanced academic and professional knowledge and applied research skills for leadership in occupational therapy practice. In both years of the 24-month continuous program, students will participate in hands-on fieldwork placements at a wide variety of national and international sites, including hospitals, rehabilitation centres, schools and private practice.The curriculum is based on a multi-method approach to teaching and comprised of interactive classes, divergent case method, skill labs, self-study, computer-assisted instruction and fieldwork.

The 24-month MScPT program prepares students for entry to the Physical Therapy profession.Admission requirements are a four-year Baccalaureate degree, including a full course in vertebrate or human physiology, another one in the life and or physical sciences, a social science, humanities or language; and a half course in statistics.Academic marks and Computer Administered Profile contribute to the total admission composite score. For details about admission to the MScPT and MScPT Advanced Standing Option see www.physicaltherapy.utoronto.ca

DEGREES OFFERED Master of Science in Physical Therapy (MScPT) Master of Science in Physical Therapy Advanced Standing Option (MScPT)

DEGREES OFFERED Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MScOT)

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JOSEPH L. ROTMAN SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT Tel: 416-978-3499 Fax: 416-978-5812 Email: mba@rotman.utoronto.ca Website: www.rotman.utoronto.ca

Address: Joseph L. Rotman School of Management University of Toronto 105 St. George Street Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 3E6

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY Tel: 416-978-2765 Fax: 416-946-8570 Email: occupational.therapy@utoronto.ca Website: www.ot.utoronto.ca

Address: Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy Faculty of Medicine University of Toronto 160-500 University Avenue Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 1V7

PHYSICAL THERAPY Tel: 416-978-2765 Fax: 416-946-8562 Email: physther.facmed@utoronto.ca Website: www.physicaltherapy.utoronto.ca

Address: Department of Physical Therapy Faculty of Medicine University of Toronto 160-500 University Avenue Toronto, Ontario Canada M5G 1V7


FACULTY OF SOCIAL WORK

FACULTY OF MEDICINE: DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY

TORONTO SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY

ADMISSIONS

MSW ADMISSIONS Two-year program: A four-year degree from a recognized university with at least a mid-B average in the final year; three full credits in the social sciences, including a half-credit course in research methodology. One-year program: A Bachelor of Social Work degree from a recognized university with at least a mid-B average in the final year; a half-credit course in research methodology.

PHD ADMISSIONS MSW degree or equivalent from a recognized university with a B+ average

DEGREES OFFERED Master of Social Work (MSW) Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work (PhD)

MHSc: A four-year undergraduate degree with a minimum mid-B standing final year; completion of five prerequisite courses: (child development, phonetics, linguistics, physiology, statistics), clinical volunteer experience in speech-language pathology (minimum of 14 hours). MSc: Applicants need a four-year undergraduate degree with a minimum mid-B standing in final year. PhD: Applicants must have completed a Master’s degree with thesis or provide clear documentation of previous research experience equivalent to a Master’s thesis.

DEGREES OFFERED

Master of Divinity (MDiv) Master of Theological Studies (MTS) Master of Pastoral Studies (MPS) Master of Religious Education (MRE) Master of Religion (MRel) Master of Arts in Ministry and Spirituality (MAMS) Master of Theology (MA) Master of Arts in Theology (ThM) Doctor of Theology (PhD & ThD)

Law and Social Work Health Administration and Social Work

Address: Faculty of Social Work University of Toronto 246 Bloor Street West Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 1A1

SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY Tel: 416-978-2765 Fax: 416-978-1596 Email: speech.path@utoronto.ca Website: www.slp.utoronto.ca

Students wishing to study in the basic degree programs of TST (the first six degrees listed below) or in the MA program must have an undergraduate degree with at least a B- standing.

DEGREES OFFERED

Master of Health Science (MHSc) Master of Science (MSc) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

COMBINED DEGREE PROGRAMS

SOCIAL WORK Tel: 416-978-3257 Fax: 416-978-7072 Email: admissions.fsw@utoronto.ca Website: www.socialwork.utoronto.ca

ADMISSIONS

Address: Department of SpeechLanguage Pathology Faculty of Medicine University of Toronto 160-500 University Avenue Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 1V7

THEOLOGY Tel: 416-978-4040 Fax: 416-971-7821 Email: registrar.tst@utoronto.ca Website: www.tst.edu

Address: Toronto School of Theology 47 Queen’s Park Crescent Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 2C3

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ADMISSION INFORMATION Current Full-time Ontario Secondary School Applicants Application Procedure If you are an Ontario Secondary School student you will use the Ontario Universities’Application Centre (OUAC) 101 application form. Your school will provide detailed instructions on completing the form. Depending on your background, you may be required to provide proof of English facility and academic records from studies completed outside of Ontario. Some programs also require a supplementary form which may have an additional fee. Your school will send your marks to OUAC. If you have completed or are taking Grade 12 U or M courses at more than one school, you must make sure your current day school

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has all of your results. Conditional offers of admission based on Grade 11 and interim and final Grade 12 U/M marks will be made between late February and late May. APPLICATION DEADLINES:

Feb. 1 –

Music; all Concurrent Teacher Education Programs (CTEP) March 1 – all other programs

All Other Applicants Application Procedure Applications to the University of Toronto must be submitted to the Ontario Universities’Application Centre. For details about application procedures and deadlines, visit our website at www.adm.utoronto.ca. Students are encouraged to apply online. If you are unable to apply

online it is possible to order a paper application by email:request@ouac.on.ca (subject of email ‘paper application’); or by telephone: 519-823-1940.There is an application fee payable to OUAC and an additional $80.00 application fee for the University of Toronto. Programs requiring non-academic information may also require an additional fee.Where possible we will make decisions based on interim marks. Note:Applicants to Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Pharmacy and programs requiring a degree should refer to the respective program listings on pages 54–61.

APPLICATION DEADLINES:

Feb. 1 –

Applied Science and Engineering; Music; Nursing; all Concurrent Teacher Education Programs (CTEP) March 1 – St. George Campus (arts, science, commerce, Medical Radiation Sciences, Physical Education and Health/Kinesiology); U of T Mississauga (arts, science, commerce/ management) April 1 – Uof T Scarborough (arts, science, management) Some deadlines may be extended. For the latest information, visit our website at www.adm.utoronto.ca.


Admission Requirements

STUDENTS FROM CANADIAN SCHOOLS

The qualifications indicated on the charts on pages 65 to 67 are the minimum required for consideration for admission to programs that accept students directly from high school. Possession of these qualifications in no way guarantees acceptance. Generally, applicants who are competitive for admission are among the top third of their class. Only applicants who have attained a high level of academic achievement, and who completely satisfy prerequisites, will be admitted. For programs requiring some university preparation, please see admission requirements for the respective program listings on pages 54-61.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Tel: 416-978-2190 Website: www.adm.utoronto.ca

See Canadian Course Equivalents charts on pages 68 and 69.

International Baccalaureate (IB) The diploma is required. In the year that the diploma is being completed, we will grant conditional admission to applicants with excellent predicted results. Final grades normally arrive too late for consideration. For further details, see chart on page 68. Transfer credit towards arts, science and commerce/management programs is usually granted for each IB Higher Level completed with a grade of 5 or higher. More information is available at: www.adm.utoronto.ca.

Students from outside Canada Equivalent Qualifications

Address: Admissions and Awards University of Toronto 315 Bloor Street West Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 1A3

For specific program prerequisites for direct-entry programs, please check the following program charts:

For information about international qualification equivalencies not listed here, visit www.adm.utoronto.ca or contact Admissions and Awards for a copy of the International Undergraduate Admissions Bulletin.

United States Applicants are required to present a High School diploma plus SAT reasoning or ACT (including the Writing Test) results, and three SAT Subject Tests or AP/IB scores in appropriate subjects. In addition to having achieved a high grade point average throughout high school, students are normally expected to present scores of at least 1700 on the SAT Reasoning Test and 26 on the ACT. Most programs require higher scores. Scores below 500 in any part of

FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCE St. George Campus Pages 24, 25 and 65

the SAT Reasoning or Subject Tests are not acceptable. Prerequisite courses should be taken at the Grade 12 level.

U of T MISSISSAUGA Pages 44, 45 and 66 U of T SCARBOROUGH Pages 48, 49 and 67

FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Page 30

FACULTY OF MUSIC Page 34 FACULTY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH Page 36

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scores of 4 or 5 and IB Higher Level subjects passed with a grade of 5 or higher. More information is available at www.adm.utoronto.ca. No transfer credit for AP or IB subjects is given by the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering.

French Baccalaureate

Those seeking admission to science or commerce programs are strongly advised to complete AP Calculus or IB Mathematics (HL or SL). In addition to meeting the above requirements, students seeking admission to Applied Science and Engineering must include AP or IB Calculus, as well as AP/IB or SAT Subject Tests in both Chemistry and Physics. Students seeking admission to Engineering after one year of university in the U.S. are required to present a GPA of at least 3.5 with two semesters of Math, Physics and Chemistry. Transfer credit may be awarded for some Advanced Placement tests with

The completion of the Baccalauréat/Baccalauréat General/Diplôme de Bachelier de l’Enseignement du Second Degré with good results overall and in appropriate subjects is required. Baccalauréat Technologique from France will also be considered if required subjects are included. Students with an average of at least 11 in their second trimester may be considered for admission.A minimum grade of 10 is needed in required subjects. Higher scores are required for most programs.Transfer credit may be awarded for three courses with the highest co-efficient. More information is available at www.adm.utoronto.ca. No transfer credit is given by the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering.

English Facility Requirements Proof of adequate English facility is

required from all applicants except for those: • whose first language (i.e., the language learned at home as a child) is English, or • who have achieved satisfactory academic progress in at least four years of full-time study in an English language school system located in a country where the dominant language is English, or • whose first language is French and who have achieved satisfactory academic progress in at least four years of full-time study in Canada. You will find complete information about English facility requirements, acceptable tests and scores at www.adm.utoronto.ca/adm.

Transfer Students Acceptance of transfer credits by the University of Toronto shall be based on the recognition that, while learning

ESL COURSES The University of Toronto’s English Language Program (School of Continuing Studies) offers a wide range of courses to meet students’ language learning needs.

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experiences may differ in a variety of ways, their substance may be virtually equivalent in terms of their content and rigour. Insofar as possible, acceptance of transfer credit should allow for the maximum recognition of previous learning experience in university-level courses from AUCC member institutions. Subject to degree, grade and program requirements, any course offered for credit by a recognized university shall be accepted for credit by the University of Toronto when there is virtual equivalency in course content.

The Program specializes in preparing students to communicate effectively in academic and professional environments, as well as in training foreign English language teachers.The English

Language Program offers a wide variety of full-time, part-time and distance learning courses. Parttime courses are available on both the St. George and U of T Mississauga campuses.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Tel: 416-978-2400 Email: learn@utoronto.ca Website: www.learn.utoronto.ca/esl.htm


ST. GEORGE CAMPUS

*Arts and Science

PROGRAM AREAS AND OUAC CODES

Admission Requirements: PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS FROM HIGH SCHOOL GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR PROGRAM AREAS. English is required for admission to ALL programs. Students must present a High School Diploma. PREREQUISITES IN ADDITION TO ENGLISH

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

Note: For specific program requirements for Arts and Science, see pages 24 and 25.

See pages 68 and 69 for equivalent prerequisites and provincial requirements.

Rotman Commerce (TAC)

• Calculus and Vectors • Advanced Functions

Profile required. Particular attention paid to English and Math.

Computer Science (TAD)

• Calculus and Vectors • Advanced Functions

Particular attention paid to English and Math.

Humanities (Arts) (TAH)

Particular attention paid to English.

Life Sciences (including Psychology) (TLG)

• Calculus and Vectors • Advanced Functions • Biology and Chemistry recommended

Particular attention paid to English and Math.

Physical and Mathematical Sciences (TPG)

• Calculus and Vectors • Advanced Functions

Particular attention paid to English and Math.

• Calculus and Vectors • Chemistry • Physics • One of Advanced Functions OR Biology OR Math of Data Management OR Earth and Space Science

Profile required. Consideration given to extra-curricular and leadership activities. Students with extensive extra-curricular activities are encouraged to apply.

Professional Programs

Social Sciences (TAX)

Particular attention paid to English.

Applied Science and Engineering TrackOne (General Engineering) (TEO) Chemical (TB) Civil (TV) Computer (TCS) Electrical (TE) Engineering Science (includes Aerospace) (TK) Industrial (TI) Materials (TTM) Mechanical (TM) Mineral (TG) Music Artist Diploma (TO) Music Bac (TZ) Music Bac Performance (TX) Music Education (TD)

Audition / interview and Music Questionnaire required. Visit www.music.utoronto.ca for Music Questionnaire.

Concurrent Education/ Music Education (CTEP) (TEE)

Audition / interview, Music Questionnaire and CTEP Applicant Profile required. Visit www.music.utoronto.ca for Music Questionnaire.

Physical Education and Health/Kinesiology (TP) Concurrent Education/Physical Education and Health (CTEP) (TEP)

Note: Students who have completed Advanced Functions and Introductory Calculus and/or Geometry and Discrete Mathematics should refer to www.adm.utoronto.ca.

* For specific program prerequisites for the Faculty of Arts and Science, see pages 24 and 25.

• Biology • Advanced Functions OR Calculus and Vectors • Physical Education/Exercise Science (if available) • Chemistry OR Physics recommended

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Tel: 416-978-2190 www.adm.utoronto.ca

Statement of Interest required. Non-academic criteria considered. Letter from school required if Exercise Science is not available (Ontario only). Further information is available at www.ac-fpeh.com. Statement of Interest and CTEP Applicant Profile required. Non-academic criteria considered. Letter from school required if Exercise Science is not available (Ontario only). Further information is available at www.ac-fpeh.com.

Address: Admissions and Awards University of Toronto 315 Bloor Street West Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 1A3

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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO MISSISSAUGA PROGRAM AREAS AND OUAC CODES

Admission Requirements: PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS FROM HIGH SCHOOL English is required for admission to ALL programs. Students must present a High School Diploma. For detailed program requirements, see pages 44 and 45. PREREQUISITES IN ADDITION TO ENGLISH

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

See pages 68 and 69 for equivalent prerequisites and provincial requirements.

Art and Art History (TMA)

Arts

Communication and Culture (TMC)

Humanities (TMH) Social Sciences (TMS)

• Health Science Communication requires Biology, Advanced Functions, Chemistry • Human Communication and Technology requires one Grade 12 U Math. Biology recommended. • Several programs recommend Advanced Functions and one other Grade 12 U Math • Environmental Management requires Biology and Advanced Functions

Theatre and Drama (TMT) Chemical and Physical Sciences (TMW)

Science

Computer Science, Math and Statistics (TMZ) Forensic Science (TMK)

Life Sciences (TML)

Business & Mgmt. Education

• Advanced Functions • One of Physics OR Chemistry • Calculus and Vectors recommended • Advanced Functions • Calculus and Vectors • Math of Data Management recommended • Advanced Functions • Biology • Chemistry • Physics recommended

Management (TMG)

• Advanced Functions • Biology • Chemistry • Physics recommended • One Grade 12 U Math • Biology, Chemistry and Advanced Functions required for Behaviour, Genetics and Neurobiology • Advanced Functions • Calculus and Vectors • One Grade 12 U Math is recommended

Concurrent Education/French (CTEP) (TEB)

• French strongly recommended

Concurrent Education/Mathematics (CTEP) (TEM)

• Advanced Functions • Calculus and Vectors • Math of Data Management recommended • Advanced Functions • Chemistry • Calculus and Vectors recommended

Psychology (TMP)

Commerce (TME)

Concurrent Education/Chemistry (CTEP) (TEC)

Joint programs with Sheridan Institute. Art and Art History: No portfolio required. Particular attention paid to English. Particular attention paid to English. Particular attention paid to English. Audition required. Joint program with Sheridan Institute. Particular attention paid to English. Particular attention paid to prerequisites.

Particular attention paid to prerequisites.

Particular attention paid to prerequisites.

Particular attention paid to prerequisites.

Particular attention paid to prerequisites.

Particular attention paid to prerequisites. Particular attention paid to English.

Particular attention paid to prerequisites. CTEP Applicant Profile required.

Note: Students who have completed Advanced Functions and Introductory Calculus and/or Geometry and Discrete Mathematics should refer to www.adm.utoronto.ca.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Tel: 905-828-5399 Fax: 905-569-4448 www.utm.utoronto.ca

Address: U of T Mississauga 3359 Mississauga Road North Mississauga, Ontario Canada L5L 1C6


UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCARBOROUGH PROGRAM AREAS AND OUAC CODES

Admission Requirements: PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS FROM HIGH SCHOOL GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR PROGRAM AREAS. English is required for admission to ALL programs. Students must present a High School Diploma. For detailed program requirements, see pages 48 and 49. PREREQUISITES IN ADDITION TO ENGLISH

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

Education

Management

Life Sciences

Science

Arts

Access Supplementary Application Forms and Applicant Profiles from www.utsc.utoronto.ca/admissions.

Humanities (TSA) Co-op Humanities (TSH) Social Sciences (TSS) Co-op Social Sciences (TSX) Co-op Arts Management (TSR) Co-op International Development Studies (TSD) Journalism (Joint)* (TSJ) New Media Studies (Joint)* (TSK)

• For French programs: French or equivalent

Supplementary Application Form required. Particular attention paid to English.

Computer Science (TXC) Co-op Computer Science (TSC)

• Calculus and Vectors • Advanced Functions

Supplementary Application Form required. Particular attention paid to prerequisites.

Sciences (TSL) Co-op Sciences (TSB)

• Calculus and Vectors • Advanced Functions • Additional prerequisites may be required, see page 48. • Chemistry required for many programs • Advanced Functions • Chemistry

Supplementary Application Form required. Particular attention paid to prerequisites.

Biological Sciences (TSL) Co-op Cell & Molecular Biology (TSU) Neuroscience (TXN) Co-op Neuroscience (TSZ) Paramedicine (Joint)* (TSI) Psychology (TPS) Co-op Psychology & Its Applications (TSQ) Management (including Economics) (TSM) Co-op Management (TSN) Management & Information Technology (TSV) Co-op Management & Information Technology (TSY) Management plus Arts/Science (TYS) Co-op Management plus Arts/Science (TWS) Concurrent Education/Arts - French (CTEP) (TEA) Concurrent Education/Science Mathematical & Physical (CTEP) (TES)

* Joint Program with Centennial College

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Tel: 416-287-7529 Fax: 416-287-7525 www.utsc.utoronto.ca/ admissions

• Math recommended (but not required) • Calculus and Vectors • Advanced Functions

Supplementary Application Form required. Particular attention paid to prerequisites.

Supplementary Application Form required. Particular attention paid to prerequisites. Supplementary Application Form required. Particular attention paid to prerequisites.

• Calculus and Vectors • Advanced Functions • Additional Art/Science prerequisites as outlined on pages 48 and 49

Supplementary Application Form required. Particular attention paid to prerequisites.

• French • Calculus and Vectors • Advanced Functions • One of Chemistry, Math or Physics must be taken at the specialist or major level to complete this program. See page 48 for the relevant prerequisites.

CTEP Applicant Profile required. Particular attention is paid to prerequisites. CTEP Applicant Profile required. Particular attention paid to prerequisites. For attaining a variety of teaching subjects, double majors are possible with programs in the arts, sciences and with economics.

Address: U of T Scarborough Admissions and Student Recruitment 1265 Military Trail Toronto, Ontario Canada M1C 1A4

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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

Canadian Course Equivalents to the Ontario Required Courses (Advanced Placement Examinations and International Baccalaureate credits may be presented in lieu of the provincial credit requirements.)

Ontario*

International Baccalaureate

British Columbia and Yukon

Alberta, Northwest Territories

Nunavut

Saskatchewan

Complete Diploma including English

High School Diploma with five Grade 12 courses. Four, including English, must be provincially examinable. The fifth subject must be academic in content. Communications and Career and Personal Planning are not acceptable. Provincial examinations are optional.

Alberta High School Diploma with five acceptable Grade 12 courses numbered 30/31 including English Language Arts 30-1

Alberta or Nunavut Secondary School Diploma with five acceptable Grade 12 subjects numbered 30/31 including English 30-1. Inuktitut 12 and Aulajaaqtut 12 are acceptable.

High School Diploma with five acceptable Grade 12 courses numbered 30 including English Language Arts A30 + B30

English A (HL or SL)

English 12

ELA 30-1

English 30 or ELA 30-1

ELA A30 + B30

Calculus and ◆ MCV4U Vectors

Mathematics (HL or SL) Math Studies not acceptable

Calculus 12

Math 31

Math 31

Calculus 30

Advanced Functions

Mathematics (HL or SL) Principles of Math 12 Math Studies not acceptable

Pure Math 30

Pure Math 30

Math B30 + C30

Math of Data MDM4U Management

Mathematics SL con- N/A tains some components

N/A

N/A

N/A

Biology

SBI4U

Biology (HL or SL)

Biology 12

Biology 30

Biology 30

Biology 30

Chemistry

SCH4U

Chemistry (HL or SL)

Chemistry 12

Chemistry 30

Chemistry 30

Chemistry 30

French

FEF4U, FIF4U or FSF4U

French A or B (HL or SL) French 12

French 30

French 30

French 30

Physics

SPH4U

Physics (HL or SL)

Physics 30

Physics 30

Physics 30

Admission High School Diploma with Requirements six subjects at the 4U/M level including English. The out-ofschool component of Grade 12 courses will not be used for admission purposes.

English

ENG4U

✪ MHF4U

Physics 12

*Re: Ontario Math If you have completed MCB4U or MGA4U, please refer to our website at www.adm.utoronto.ca/adm.

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◆ MCV4U – Calculus and Vectors Rates of change; geometric and algebraic representations of vectors, lines and planes in three dimensional space; derivatives

of polynomial, rational, exponential and sinusoidal functions; modelling.

✪ MHF4U – Advanced Functions Properties of polynomials, rational, logarithmic and trigonometric functions; rates of change.


Manitoba

Quebec Grade 12

Quebec CEGEP**

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Prince Edward Island

Newfoundland and Labrador

High School Diploma with five 40 level credits including ELA 40S plus three additional 40S level subjects. The remaining credit must be 40S or 40G.

High School Diploma with six Grade 12 academic courses including English

12 academic credits including English/anglais (two terms)

High School Diploma with five acceptable Grade 12 courses (university preparatory academic or advanced) including English

High School Diploma with six acceptable Grade 12 courses (college preparatory: 120, 121 or 122) including English

High School Diploma with five acceptable Grade 12 courses (pre-university 611 or 621) including English

High School Diploma with 10 acceptable credits at the 3000 level including English

ELA 40S (Comprehensive/ Literary/Transactional Focus)

English or English AP

2 semesters of English/anglais

English 12

English 120, 121 or 122

English 621

English 3201

Calculus AP (AB or BC)

Calculus AP/Calculus and Vectors or MCV4U

Calculus 1

Pre-Calculus 12 or Calculus AP (preferred)

Advanced Math with Intro Calculus 120

Mathematics 611B

Mathematics 3207

Pre-Calculus Math 40S

Linear Algebra or Advanced Functions

Linear Algebra 1

Advanced Math 12 or Math 12

Mathematics 121/122

Mathematics 621A or 621B

Mathematics 3204 or 3205

N/A

Finite Math or MDM4U

N/A

N/A

Mathematics 122

N/A

N/A

Biology 40S

Biology or SBI4U

Biology 1

Biology 12

Biology 122

Biology 621

Biology 3201

Chemistry 40S

Chemistry or SCH4U

Chemistry 1 & 2

Chemistry 12

Chemistry 121 or 122

Chemistry 611 or 621

Chemistry 3202

French 40S

French

French/franรงais

French 12

French 121 or 122 or French Immersion 120

French 621

French 3200 or 3201

Physics 40S

Physics or SPH4U

Physics 1 & 2

Physics 12

Physics 121 or 122

Physics 621

Physics 3204

** Students who have completed more than 12 academic courses may receive transfer credit in arts, science, business/commerce programs. Those who have a complete DEC are likely to be

admitted to second year unless entering the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. The Cote de Rendement (R Score) will be used for admission and scholarship purposes.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Tel: 416-978-2190 www.adm.utoronto.ca

Address: Admissions and Awards University of Toronto 315 Bloor Street West Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 1A3

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION Tuition Fees 2008-2009 The cost of attending university varies according to the student’s program of study and place of residence during the academic year (September to May). Program Applied Science & Engineering **Arts, Science, Commerce, Management Music Physical Education and Health

is committed to the principle that no student admitted to a program will be unable to enrol in or complete the program due to a lack of financial means. Our commitment is based on

Academic Fees Domestic International $8,655 $21,830

Incidental Fees

$4,776

$19,404

see chart below

$5,718.30$6,065.05

$20,346.30$20,693.05

$4,776 $4,776

$19,404 $19,404

$927.30 $947.30

$5,703.30 $5,723.30

$20,331.30 $20,351.30

$1,132.50

Total Fees Domestic International* $9,787.50 $22,962.50

* Includes UHIP ($756) – Compulsory Health Insurance. All fees are in Canadian dollars and are subject to change

Arts & Science Incidental and Ancillary Fees 2008-2009 College/Campus Total Innis New St. Michael’s Trinity University Victoria Woodsworth U of T Scarborough U of T Mississauga

$986.72 $981.30 $1,185.50 $1,289.05 $963.20 $1,174.05 $942.30 $485.00

per session (trimester)

$1,102.26

University of Toronto Advance Planning for Students (UTAPS) Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents and Protected Persons For Canadian students, the University

the assumption that students will first access the government aid for which they are eligible.We assess financial aid on the same basis as the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP). For a student who qualifies for the maximum OSAP funding, and who has further assessed need not covered by OSAP, the University will provide the additional assistance in the form of a non-repayable grant for undergraduate students. The grant is delivered through a Uof T program called UTAPS, University of Toronto Advance Planning for Students. Students who are concerned about the financial cost of attending university can obtain an assessment

** Students entering the University in 2009-10 who are enrolling in commerce, business administration, computer science or Communications, Culture and Information

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of the amount of funding they can expect to receive by completing and submitting a UTAPS application using our Web-based assessment program at www.adm.utoronto.ca.

Government Financial Aid OSAP provides a combination of Canada and Ontario Student Loans and Access Grants for full-time students. Although the loans must be repaid after graduation, they are interest-free and non-repayable as long as the student is enrolled in full-time university study. It is a basic assumption of the OSAP program that parents will assist their children during their first four years of university study if they are financially able to do so. Because OSAP assessments are based on many factors, it can be misleading to provide estimates of the level of assistance which might be expected.We know, however, that planning is difficult when students and parents have no idea of how much aid might be available.The following cases are intended to give a general sense of how the OSAP program operates: Four person family with two children, one of whom attends university full-time in Arts and Science, from

Technology programs can expect increased tuition fees in their second year of study. In 2009-10 students entering second year of commerce or business administration

September to May, with no assets or income during the school year: Gross Parental Income

OSAP (living at home)

OSAP (living away from home out of town)

$50,000 $70,000 $90,000 $110,000 $130,000 $150,000

$8,600 $8,200 $4,900 $3,700 $1,500 $0

$12,200 $12,200 $8,600 $6,600 $4,400 $2,100

For qualifying students, OSAP covers tuition and other fees, books and equipment, and provides a living allowance which is modest. Many students find that they need to supplement their OSAP award through part-time work or other means. The Admissions and Awards website, www.adm.utoronto.ca, provides comprehensive information about costs, sources of assistance, budgetplanning and financial management for students in all programs. International Students International students in need of financial assistance should consult funding agencies in their home country. U.S. citizens are eligible for loan assistance through the Federal Stafford Loan Program. Please visit or website at www.adm.utoronto.ca for detailed application instructions.

programs will pay tuition of $10,093 ($25,005 for international students); students entering second year of computer science programs, Communications, Culture and

Information Technology, Management or Bioinformatics (U of T Mississauga) will pay $7,789 ($21,879 for international students).


Scholarships The National Book Award and Scholarship Program The University of Toronto National Book Award Program is intended to recognize and reward the very best Canadian secondary school students, regardless of which university those students choose to attend. These are students who demonstrate superior academic performance, original and creative thought, and exceptional achievement in a broad context. Canadian schools are invited to nominate one student to receive the National Book Award.

The National Scholarship Program Students selected as National Book Award winners have the opportunity to submit applications to the National Scholarship Program. In addition, students who identify themselves as meeting the scholarship criteria are invited to apply directly for the National Scholarship. On the basis of application criteria, about 30 students are selected as finalists. The finalists are invited to be the guests of the University during the selection interviews held in February or March. In 2009, the University expects to award approximately 12

FINANCIAL COUNSELLING Students who have doubts or concerns about the adequacy of their financial resources are welcome to

National Scholarships. The deadline for submission of Book Award nominations and National Scholarship applications is October 6, 2009. Admission and In-course Scholarships The University of Toronto, its colleges and faculties award approximately 2,100 admission scholarships and approximately 3,100 in-course scholarships each year.Admission scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic standing achieved in Grade 12 U or M courses, performance in open competitions such as the University of Toronto National Scholarship program, and academic standing in previous senior high school courses.Admission scholarships are offered to Ontario Grade 12 and out-of-province students, as well as those who have completed Ontario secondary school prior to the current session. Some admission scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need and academic merit and require additional documentation. University of Toronto Advance Planning for Students (UTAPS) information is used to identify Canadian citizens, permanent residents and protected persons

discuss their situation with a financial aid counsellor. To do so, you may consult your registrar or one of our counsellors at Admissions and Awards. We are happy to provide individual

counselling to students who want to investigate financial aid opportunities, discuss the possibility of appealing the amount of money they have received, or who need assistance

who have financial need. If you wish to be considered for admission awards of this type, you MUST submit an online UTAPS application. Avie Bennett Award Program Awarded on the basis of academic excellence and financial need to students in an Arts and Science program, studying Humanities and/or Social Sciences or students registered in the Faculty of Music. Candidates should present a well-rounded profile of high academic ability and excellence in the arts or athletics.There are 100 awards which have a value of $5,000 each and may be held in conjunction with any admission award that students may receive from their college/faculty. Eligible candidates will demonstrate financial need and excellence in arts or athletics.To be considered, submit an online UTAPS application and a letter of application outlining excellence in arts or athletics or submit a statement of financial need including a detailed budget of educational expenses and resources, and a letter of application outlining excellence in arts or athletics. University of Toronto Scholars Program The most outstanding U of T students

in planning their budget for the school year. Assistance is also available for students who are interested in scholarships and awards.

receive automatic scholarship consideration through the University of Toronto Scholars Program at the time of admission.Approximately 150 admission scholarships are awarded, each with a value of $5,000, to the very top applicants.These awards can be held in conjunction with any other admission awards that students may receive from their college/faculty. Awards under the University of Toronto Scholars Program are not renewable. Outstanding students, however, will be eligible for consideration for U of T in-course scholarships at the end of the first, second and third year of their programs.There are 100 scholarships at each level.These scholarships have a value of $1,500 and are tenable with other in-course scholarships. Awards Value

# of Recipients

>$5,000 $2,000$5,000 <$2,000

399

$2,720,634.67

437 889

$1,090,799.23 $914,801.83

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Tel: 416-978-2190 www.adm.utoronto.ca

Total $ Awarded

Address: Admissions and Awards University of Toronto 315 Bloor Street West Toronto, Ontario Canada M5S 1A3

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University of Toronto Viewbook 2009-2010  

Annual publication released by the University of Toronto.

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