Unique in North America, U of T’s tri-campus system makes it easy for students to learn, network and innovate. Students can apply our 7 first-entry academic divisions: U of T Mississauga, U of T Scarborough, plus 5 faculties at U of T St. George:
- Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering
- John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design
- Faculty of Arts & Science
- Faculty of Kinesiology
- Physical Education, Faculty of Music
Once registered, students are able to personalize degrees with majors, minors, specialists, certificates and hands-on opportunities.
First-entry Programs (Undergraduate)
Customization is a big part of the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering experience. Students can combine any of our top-ranked academic programs with a range of leadership, entrepreneurship, extracurricular and career-building opportunities — including 22 engineering minors and certificates, and our Professional Experience Year Co-op. Students can apply to undergraduate programs in:
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Engineering Science
- Industrial Engineering
- Materials Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mineral Engineering
- TrackOne (Undeclared Engineering)
Students in the Faculty of Arts & Science (St. George Campus) can explore many interests and take a range of classes — big and small.
For a close-knit classroom environment, explore our First-Year Foundations programs, including 100+ first-year seminars, each with fewer than 25 students. You’ll also have the chance to apply course concepts to real-world settings by participating in research projects, international exchanges and paid work experiences. Some program options include:
- Book and Media Studies
- Indigenous Studies
The University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) is located in Canada’s sixth-largest city and provides an urban experience within a stunning natural setting. Enjoy world-class learning in an intimate, hands-on setting at U of T Mississauga, where 16,000+ students and 140+ student clubs collaborate and learn in award-winning green facilities, surrounded by 225 acres of protected greenbelt land. Programs include:
- Commerce and Management
- Communication and Culture
- Forensic Science
- Theatre and Drama
With 45+ Co-op programs in the arts, sciences, and business, University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) is also home to an Olympic-calibre sports complex, 200+ student groups, and some of the world’s most diverse culinary neighbourhoods. From community-focused learning to international development Co-op opportunities, you start building a truly multidisciplinary career as soon as you set foot on campus. Programs of study at U of T Scarborough include:
- Arts Management
- Health Studies
Through inclusive excellence in research, teaching and practice, the Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education at U of T educates and graduates a diverse student body who become productive contributors and leaders in their fields. Our Bachelor of Kinesiology students thrive in careers spanning the biophysical, psychological, physical and cultural, including exercise physiology, psychology of injury and rehabilitation, ethical issues and biomechanics.
The Faculty of Music has established itself as an arts leader in Canada by combining a wide range of innovative performance training and academic studies — at the undergraduate, graduate and professional levels — taught by the country’s top musicians, composers, educators and researchers. Program choices include:
- Artist Diploma
- Comprehensive Studies (Classical or Jazz)
- History, Culture, and Theory
- Music Education (Classical or Jazz)
- Performance (Classical or Jazz)
The Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design offers programs in Architectural Studies and Visual Studies. Whether you aspire to be an urban planner, a filmmaker, a UX/UI designer, an art critic or something we can’t yet imagine, our programs will immerse you in the living laboratory of downtown Toronto — where from day one – you’ll be mentored by leading lights in building science, landscape architecture, public policy, curation and sustainable energy.
Second-entry Programs (Professional)
The Faculty of Dentistry offers you a full range of academic programs including a comprehensive undergraduate program and graduate programs with and without advanced specialty training.
The Faculty of Law is a dynamic academic and social community, whose academic programs are complimented by legal clinics and public interest programs.
The Faculty of Medicine‘s breadth and depth of activities is represented in its departments, centres and institutes. These include interdisciplinary research units that bring researchers together to address specific challenges and identify solutions. Programs you can take include:
- Health Sciences
- Life Sciences
- Undergraduate Medical Education Program
Graduate programs include an MD program and PhD program. The Office of Indigenous Medical Education provides a culturally safe space and is working to advance Indigenous community engagement and supports.
The Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy offers you a number of programs, including the:
- PharmD program (entry to practice professional degree program)
- PharmD for Pharmacists program (for those who have completed a BScPhm degree and wish to upgrade to an entry level PharmD)
- Pharmaceutical Chemistry Specialist program (BSc), offered in conjunction with the Faculty of Arts and Science
Graduate Programs (Master’s or Doctorate)
The Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design offers graduate programs in architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, forestry and visual studies. Its mission is to educate students, prepare professionals and cultivate scholars who will play a leading role in creating more culturally engaged, ecologically sustainable, socially just and artfully conceived environments.
The Faculty of Forestry is on the leading edge of research in forest conservation science, forest ecosystem management, forest governance and policy, and biomass utilization. Programs include:
- Biomaterials Science
- Conservation Arts
- Conservation Science
The Faculty of Information’s iSchool, known as Canada’s Global Information School, is considered to be one of the world’s leading information and knowledge management schools. Programs include:
- Interactive Digital Media
- Graduate programs in Information and Museum Studies
The Rotman School of Management is home to the number 1 Master of Business Administration program in Canada. The School offers both graduate and undergraduate degrees, as well as a rich array of professional development programs that are designed to foster the next generation of business leaders. With one of the most far-reaching personal development initiatives of any business school in North America, Rotman gives students the tools they need to solve the toughest problems, approaching each challenge with creativity and a willingness to think and act in new ways. Join us and transform your career and your leadership potential.
The Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, with more than 90 years of achievements, thrives on the challenge to create better outcomes in health care – locally, nationally and internationally. Its students have gone on to become prominent thinkers, research pioneers and relentless innovators. Programs include undergraduate and graduate programs in Nursing, including a renowned Nurse Practitioner (NP) program.
The Dalla Lana School of Public Health is a world leader in public health research, education and service. It offers you a dynamic learning community in which real-world experience in research, practice and fieldwork enhances theoretical study. You can choose from graduate programs such as:
- Family and Community Medicine
- Nutrition and Dietetics
The School is also home to the Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health, an institute aimed at creating thriving health in Indigenous communities through partnerships, training and seed funding.
The Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work educates the social work leaders of tomorrow and is dedicated to transforming lives and communities. Graduate programs include a Master of Social Work program and PhD programs.
The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE/UT) is Canada’s only all-graduate institute of teaching, learning and research. OISE/UT offers graduate programs in:
- Continuing Teacher Education
- Education Research
- Teaching and Learning
U of T offers a variety of services at all 3 campuses to help you achieve your academic goals at university. Some of the supports offered include:
- examination preparation
- time-management workshops
- writing supports
As well, academic accommodations are provided when students experience disability-related barriers that prohibit demonstration of their knowledge and skills. Accommodations are provided to level the playing field upon which students can establish their success.
To learn about services and programs available to students on each of the campuses, visit: