U of T Scarborough offers a number of combined degree programs. These allow you to be registered in two degree programs (one undergraduate and one graduate) at the same time, creating one approved program combination. This way, you can complete the requirements for both degrees in a manner that provides benefits that would not be available to students registering in each degree program separately.
For full admission requirements, please visit U of T Scarborough Calendar: https://utsc.calendar.utoronto.ca/section/Combined-Degree
Combined BA/BSc and Master of Teaching
This combined degree program is offered jointly by the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) and U of T Scarborough. It gives you the best of both worlds — pursues the undergraduate subjects you’re most passionate about, and get early admission to the Master of Teaching program at one of the world’s most prestigious schools of education.
This is designed for students interested in studying how the Physical Sciences, Mathematical Sciences or French intersect with Education, coupled with professional teacher preparation. Exceptional students who are registered in one of 22 specified specialist or major programs can apply during their third year of studies and be considered for admission to the Master of Teaching program.
Combined Mental Health Studies and Master of Social Work
This combined degree program is ideal if you’re considering a career in social work and want to be involved in social work research during your undergraduate studies. It allows you to complement a strong foundation in Mental Health Studies from U of T Scarborough with a Master of Social Work from U of T’s Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work.
An accelerated program, it provides a rich intellectual pathway for exceptional students by engaging them in social work research before they have completed their undergraduate degrees. Students become equipped for evidence-informed social work practice through a research course in their fourth year, co-supervised by a member of the Factor-Inwentash Social Work faculty. This combined degree program is ideal preparation for a career in social work or the health sciences, and lets you begin research as an undergraduate that you can continue in graduate school. To be eligible to apply, you must select either the Co-op or specialist option of Mental Health Studies.
Combined Environmental Science and Professional Master of Engineering
The world needs a new kind of professional to develop solutions to challenges such as climate control, natural resources management and ecosystem maintenance. This program combines a solid foundation in Environmental Science disciplines with advanced training in Civil or Chemical Engineering. Graduates earn a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Engineering degree from the University of Toronto, all in five years.
To be eligible to apply, you must select either the Co-op, specialist or major option for any of the following programs: Environmental Biology, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Geoscience, Environmental Physics.
Combined BSc and Master of Environmental Science
If you’re interested in applying ecological theory to real-world conservation challenges, assessing and planning for climate change impacts, or looking for a career in environmental monitoring, remediation and restoration, this flexible combined degree program is for you.
To be eligible to apply, you must select either the Co-op or specialist option of any of the following: Conservation & Biodiversity, Environmental Biology, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Geoscience, Environmental Physics, Integrative Biology.