Choosing Your Program Month

choosing your program Explore your program options schedule of events

Wondering which program to choose as your program? Thinking about changing your program? Attend Choosing Your Program Month, held each year in March, to get more information to assist you with your choice.

Events throughout March include:

These events are designed to facilitate information flow between departments and students, and are a great way to learn about what is new and exciting in the respective department. Specifically, topics to learn about are: application requirements, pre-requisite courses, deadlines, course and program details, experiential opportunities, career possibilities and graduate school information.

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AA&CC Events:

The Main Event:

  • Choosing Your Program Fair 
      - Wednesday, March 6, 2024 from 12 noon - 2 pm in Highland Hall
    • Need to better understand your program options? Not sure which program is right for you and need more information?
    • Get your program related questions answered, talk one on one with representatives from the departments, many will have student representatives as well!
    • Participate for chances to win great prizes!!
    • Please bring your TCard to gain entry

Who Will Be Attending?

You can view the official list of Departments in attendance in the table and floor plan below.

Table  Number 

Department

1

Academic Advising & Career Centre Conversation Corner 

Physical & Environmental Sciences: Chemistry, Environmental Science/Studies, Physics & Astrophysics, Natural Sciences & Environmental Management 

Linguistics and Psycholinguistics 

French and English & Chinese Translation 

Sociology 

English, Creative Writing, and Literature & Film Studies 

Philosophy 

Anthropology 

Office of the Registrar 

10 

Global Development Studies: International Development Studies, African Studies  

11 

Human Geography, City Studies, Geographic Information Science 

12

History, Women’s & Gender Studies, Classical Studies, Food Studies, Global Asia Studies 

13

Combined Degree Programs, Master of Teaching 

14

Arts, Culture & Media 

15

Political Science, Public Policy, Public Law 

16

Management, Economics, and Global Leadership 

17

Management Co-op 

18

Psychology, Mental Health Studies, Neuroscience 

19

Math 

20

Statistics 

21

Computer Science 

22

Arts & Science Co-op 

23

SAMIH/Faculty of Medicine 

24

Biological Sciences

25

Health & Society 
Choosing Your Program Fair Floor Plan

 

Wrap-Around Programming:

Connecting the Dots & Finding YOU!

Are you unsure about your program choice or career direction? Join us and discuss how to identify your career pathway through career assessment and consultation! The areas of your career interest, life values, strengths and skills will be examined.

Complete two in-person group sessions followed by 1 on 1 consultation with a career advisor.

     Group Session 1: Wednesday, February 28 (5-6:30 p.m.)
     Group Session 2: Wednesday, March 6 (5-6:30 p.m.)

1 on 1 Consultation: With a Career Advisor in the following weeks.

Register via CLNx:https://clnx.utoronto.ca/home/utsceventaggregator.htm?eventId=59580

For more information, contact byung.oh@utoronto.ca

Interested in the Minor in Global Leadership?
To find out more, plan to attend one of the following information sessions:

  1. Online Info session #1: March 01, 2024, from 3 – 4:00 PM. CLNx Link: https://clnx.utoronto.ca/home/slevents.htm?eventId=62374
  2. In-person info session: March 07, 2024, from 4:00  –  5:30 PM. CLNx Link: https://clnx.utoronto.ca/home/slevents.htm?eventId=62393
  3. Online Info session #2: March 14, 2024, from 3 – 4: 00 PM. https://clnx.utoronto.ca/home/slevents.htm?eventId=62386

How to Get Into Arts & Science Co-op Information Session!

Interested in learning more about the internal application process for Arts & Science Co-op Programs?
Looking for information on Admission Requirements? And where to find key Dates and Deadlines?

Come out to our Information Session:
    Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2024
    Time: 2:00 - 3:00pm
    Location: Highland Hall, HL255  

This session offers an informative presentation and a Q&A session. No sign-up  required, just show up. 
See you there! 

Community of Support 2024 IGNITE Conference (Learn about applying to Medical School)

   Date: Saturday, March 9, 2024
   Time: 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
   Location: In-person and Zoom, 1 King's College Circle, Medical Science Building at St. George Campus

The Community of Support 2024 IGNITE Conference is aimed to support students who are underrepresented in medicine and break down the barriers that exist for them to gain admission to medical school. 

Admission is free and food will be provided. Get more information or register here.

Future in Environmental Science Panel

Date: Wednesday, March 13
Time: 5:00 -7:00 pm
Location: Catalyst Centre, EV-151, Environmental Science & Chemistry Building
All are welcome. Register here: https://forms.gle/tHJTtu2iXy67NLy57

Interested in Climate Change, UN Sustainable Development Goals, Field Sampling and Surveying, ESG funds or corporate sustainability? These are all environmental fields!

Join us for a networking panel including 4th year undergraduate peers, graduate students, and industry professionals in consulting and renewable energy. Hear about their journeys in navigating this growing field! Presented by the Department of Physical & Environmental Sciences and the Environmental and Physical Sciences Students’ Association (EPSA).

 

Growing Your Green Career Info Session

Date: Wednesday, March 27
Time: 4:30 – 6:00 pm
Location: EV-140, Environmental Science & Chemistry Building & Hybrid Option available
***Zoom link available within registration form***

As our world moves to net zero and environmental initiatives in all industries, the green workforce is growing exponentially. Have you been curious about the vast and growing number of green careers?

Join staff and faculty from the Department of Physical & Environmental Sciences (DPES) and the Environmental and Physical Sciences Students’ Association (EPSA) for a fun and informative evening including pizza and free promotional items sponsored by ECO Canada.

  • Learn from Environmental Professionals about green careers across all industries
  • Explore ECO Canada’s student programs, EPt student benefits and FREE resources for UTSC students
  • Discover Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences (DPES) courses and accredited programs

UTSC students in all programs are welcome. Register here: Grow Your Green Career Information Session - Presented by ECO Canada x EPSA x DPES (office.com)

Careers After Psychology
Learn about career options for psychology graduates and hear from a panel of alumni about what they did with their degree. Ask questions and get advice on how to navigate your career path. Presented by the Department of Psychology and the Academic Advising & Career Centre.

   Date: Thursday, March 21
   Time: 5:00 - 7:00 pm
   Location: Online 

All are welcome, registration deadline is March 21 by 12:00 pm on CLNx

Science Networking Night
Learn where your degree can take you, how to get your foot in the door, and build your professional network in a supportive environment.

   Date: Tuesday, March 27
   Time: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
   Location: Highland Hall 

All are welcome, but spaces are limited. Please only register if you can commit to attending.  
Registration and further details can be found on CLNx.

How to Get Into Management / Management Co-op

Interested in learning more about the internal application process for BBA & BBA Co-op Programs? Looking for information on Admission Requirements? And where to find key Dates and Deadlines

Then please sign-up for one of the upcoming How to Get Into Management / Management Co-op sessions (Feb 15/Mar 8/Mar 28)!

Join Philip Brown, Assistant Director, Management Co-op, and Bobbi McFarlane, First Year Program Advisor, to learn more about the BBA / BBA Co-op Application process at one of the following sessions (dates and times below):

Session Dates: 

Thursday February 15th: 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Location: IC 304

Friday March 8th: 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Location: IC 318

Thursday March 28th: 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Location: IC 318

Sign-up Link: https://mymanagement.utsc.utoronto.ca/form.aspx?id=36271   

Questions? Please contact Bobbi McFarlane (sam.mcfarlane@utoronto.ca)

Exploring Pathways in Human Resources

Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2024
Time: 5:30-7:00 pm
Location: The Bridge, Instructional Centre (IC Building), Ground Floor

Want to know more about where a Human Resources degree can take you and what types of careers are in the field?
Wondering how you can prepare for a career in this area?

Hear career stories from UTSC alumni from this program and learn from their experiences.
You will also have the chance to network with them after the panel.

Attend this session to:

• Gain an overview of the career area
• Receive practical advice from alumni on how they got their start in the field
• Learn strategies that you can implement while in university to prepare for this field
• Learn about resources to plan and maximize your degree experience and prepare for a career after U of T

This event is open to ALL UTSC students.

Please click the link below to register, space is very limited so sign up soon. 
https://mymanagement.utsc.utoronto.ca/form.aspx?id=21002

 

Exploring Pathways in Economics

Date: Thursday, March 7, 2024
Time: 5:30-7:00 pm
Location: The Bridge, Instructional Centre (IC Building), Ground Floor

Want to know more about where an Economics degree can take you and what types of careers are in the field?
Wondering how you can prepare for a career in this area?

Hear career stories from UTSC alumni from this program and learn from their experiences.
You will also have the chance to network with them after the panel.

Attend this session to:

• Gain an overview of the career area
• Receive practical advice from alumni on how they got their start in the field
• Learn strategies that you can implement while in university to prepare for this field
• Learn about resources to plan and maximize your degree experience and prepare for a career after U of T

This event is open to ALL UTSC students.
Please click the link below to register, space is very limited so sign up soon. 

https://mymanagement.utsc.utoronto.ca/form.aspx?id=21001