U of T Scarborough offers many dynamic paths to success. From our very inception, we’ve known the value of combining academic learning with hands-on experience. As one of the first universities in Canada to offer co-operative learning, we’ve always sought out the best and most innovative ways to help you succeed.
With more than 250 program options and over 1,300 courses offered annually, the hardest choice will be deciding what to learn first. Our programs are categorized into the following admission categories:
Computer Science at U of T Scarborough aims to combine the theory and practical elements of the integration of computers into many fields. This program provides the working knowledge of the foundations of computer science: modern computer software and hardware, theoretical aspects of computer science, and relevant areas of mathematics and statistics. Co-op option available. Learn more about Computer Science.
The Double Degree program is an accelerated pathway for students to acquire a broad range of expertise while completing their Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in five years. Learn more about the Double Degree program.
Our French curriculum will develop your listening, reading comprehension, and speech skills. You will have a strong foundation of francophone culture, allowing a wide range of career opportunities. Co-op option available. Learn more about French at U of T Scarborough.
One of the most unique and dynamic programs found at U of T Scarborough, International Development Studies is a multi-disciplinary study of how and why countries develop differently from each other. It ties together fields like Geography, Political Science, Anthropology, Environmental Science, Economics and Development Studies to make it a truly unique academic discipline. Learn more about International Development Studies.
Students in Journalism receive multi-disciplinary training that is unique to this Joint program with Centennial College. You will learn both the academic and the practical sides of Journalism while learning from leading academics and professionals. The program focuses on critical thinking, research, writing and communications skills needed to examine issues concerning news, media, journalism and society. Learn more about the Journalism program.
The work of life scientists will influence decisions made over the next decades – decisions that will have an extraordinary impact on the world’s future and how we meet the challenges ahead. Engage in high-profile research with some of Canada’s leading scientists and researchers and learn first-hand how to ask — and answer — the questions that make a difference. Innovative, flexible programming and state-of-the-art instruments and lab technologies motivate curious science students to find their own answers to the questions that matter. Learn more about Life Sciences programs.
Business leaders require flexibility, adaptability and creativity to succeed in today’s competitive environment. U of T Scarborough Management graduates have boundless opportunities and are employed in every sector. The program also provides a solid foundation for entrepreneurs and students who wish to pursue professional certification in areas such as accounting or human resource management, or further study with graduate programs or law. Learn more about Management programs.
The Management and International Business program at U of T Scarborough will educate students to view business leadership through a truly international lens, and is the only program of its kind at U of T. Students will have the chance to study and work abroad building new connections with employers across the world. Learn more about the Management and International Business program.
At U of T Scarborough, we offer Mathematics programs for students with a broad range of interests, graduate plans and career aspirations. Students will be able to develop a thorough understanding of the foundational principles of Mathematics, and will also learn more about its relationships with other sciences. Learn more about Mathematics programs.
This program is described as a leader in paramedic education and is unique in Canada as it blends the academic and practical aspects of paramedic education. The Honours Bachelor of Science degree from U of T leads to qualification for the Paramedic diploma from Centennial College of Applied Arts & Technology. Learn more about the Paramedicine program.
Curious about chemistry? Wonder what we can do about water shortages? Qualified environmental scientists are in demand around the world. Explore today’s environmental challenges through our strong Environmental Science undergraduate programs. Our award-winning instructors will inspire you to delve deep into subjects from planetary physics to the benefits of electric cars. Rich programs and Co-op options make Physical & Environmental Sciences as exciting as the world around us. Learn more about Physical & Environmental Sciences programs.
Some of the most compelling and longstanding questions in the history of human thought seek to understand the mind and behaviour. How do we learn, adapt and remember? Why do we act as we do? What causes mental disorders from the level of the brain to the impact on everyday life? This is where we’re unravelling some of the mysteries of the brain and its mechanisms of action. Learn more about Psychological & Health Sciences programs.
U of T Scarborough brings the humanities and social sciences to life through traditional and cutting-edge programs. From the mysteries of ancient civilizations to the glory of the performing and visual arts, leading faculty cross traditional academic boundaries, cultures and even media to guide you to new understanding about how we view individuals, society and our inner and outer worlds. Learn more about Social Sciences & Humanities programs.
Statistics is the learning from data, comprising of the collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data. Learn more about Statistics at U of T Scarborough.
A vibrant collection of programs that bring with them a wealth of artistic and academic opportunities. If you want to focus on a single discipline, you can do so in unique programs like our joint programs in Journalism and New Media Studies. Or you can combine a number of multi- and interdisciplinary offerings that enable you to engage your passion in the arts while studying disciplines in other departments. Learn more about Visual & Performing Arts, Arts Management, and Media programs.