You can choose from a variety of academic programs at Toronto Metropolitan University and will likely find a program that sparks your interest.
This section describes some examples of the academic programs you can take at Toronto Met.
Faculty of Arts
The Faculty of Arts offers you a liberal arts education combined with relevant, practical learning that’s designed to make you well-rounded, informed and, therefore, highly employable. Programs include:
- Arts and Contemporary Studies
- Politics and Governance
Through a ground-breaking partnership between First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI) and Toronto Metropolitan University, First Nations students can earn a Certificate, an Advanced Certificate and a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration and Governance. Since 1999, courses have been delivered in First Nations Communities across Ontario.
This program is an important initiative that provides learning and academic accreditation to First Nations Administrators. It will assist First Nations government administrators (and administrators of other Native organizations) to manage effectively and to gain control over their economic future.
Ted Rogers School of Management
The Ted Rogers School of Management, located in the heart of Toronto’s business community, combines academic rigour with real-world learning. Programs include:
- Accounting and Finance
- Business Management
- Hospitality and Tourism Management
The Creative School
The Creative School attracts talented students from Canada and across the world to its programs in media, design and fine arts.
It also houses the Rogers Communications Centre, a university research centre for digital and interactive media, and the School of Professional Communication, which offers courses to students in all fields of study across the campus. Programs include:
- Image Arts
- Interior Design
Faculty of Community Services
The Faculty of Community Services offers you a diverse curriculum of multidisciplinary programs in health, education, social justice and community development connected to the spirit and the dynamism of the community. Programs include:
- Child and Youth Care
- Social Work
In addition, in partnership with FNTI, Toronto Met offers a part-time, advanced standing Bachelor of Social Work program that allows students to remain in their communities and their jobs.
The Midwifery Education Program also has an Indigenous Admissions Process designed to meet the needs of Indigenous applicants.
Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science (FEAS)
The Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science offers you a variety of exciting programs designed to arm you with the tools you need to make a difference in today’s world and improve the quality of lives around the globe. Programs include:
- Aerospace Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
Faculty of Science
The Faculty of Science is committed to interdisciplinary teaching and research across our 4 departments – physics, chemistry and biology, computer science and mathematics – to prepare you for a career in the lab, the emergency room and beyond. Programs include:
- Biomedical Science
- Computer Science
Yeates School of Graduate Studies
The Yeates School of Graduate Studies offers close to 50 cutting-edge, career-oriented graduate programs at both the master’s and doctoral levels. These include a rich range of professional and course-based programs, as well as research-intensive, thesis-based programs. Programs include:
- Aerospace Engineering
- Communication and Culture
- Molecular Science
- Spatial Analysis
Chang School of Continuing Education
Ryerson’s Chang School of Continuing Education gives you university-based adult education through courses, seminars and workshops, career-related certificate programs and course series to empower adults to reach their personal and professional goals.
Its flexible, accessible programming is available on campus, via distance education and off site for employee groups. Programs available to you include:
- Law and Government
In addition, the school now offers a Certificate in Aboriginal Knowledges and Experiences. This certificate provides a broad orientation to Indigenous experiences in Canada and how Indigenous peoples have been impacted by laws, policies and practices in the health, social services, human resources and other sectors.
Toronto Metropolitan University offers a variety of services to help you achieve your goals at university. This section lists some of the academic services you can access at Toronto Met.
Student Life and Learning Support is a group of services and programs designed to help you engage more effectively in your academic studies. These services and programs teach essential academic skills and study techniques that can help you to apply your knowledge and communicate your ideas.
Do you need comprehensive math support that includes guidance in your math-related courses? Get math support at Student Life and Learning Support. You can book individual or group sessions.
Do you want to improve your study skills and habits? Talk to study-skills experts at Student Life and Learning Support to get studying support, including managing your time, learning from lectures and preparing for exams.
Do you need help in your writing assignments? Chat with one of Student Life and Learning Support’s writing consultants to get writing and language support at various stages of the process. If you adopt this habit, it will become a meaningful part of your ongoing writing processes and development at Toronto Met.