Programs, commonly referred to as Subject POSt(s) and sometimes as programs of study, are groupings of courses in one or more disciplines. Students are reminded that completion of a program (or programs) will fulfill only one component of the requirements necessary to earn their degree. Students are strongly urged to consult frequently with their Program Supervisor/Director, or departmental program advisors, as they progress through the program requirements; they are identified in the Discipline sections of the Calendar.

Every program at the University of Toronto Scarborough is classified as either an unlimited program (you may enrol on ACORN anytime), or a limited enrolment program (application on ACORN required). To determine if a program is limited or unlimited enrolment, please visit the Office of the Registrar's website.

Limited Enrolment:
Enrolment in some programs is limited to a maximum number of students. Such limits are generally defined by specified course and/or grades "admission" requirements, which are identified in the discipline areas of this Calendar, and/or in descriptions of individual programs. Other admission requirements may also apply.

Unlimited Enrolment:
Beyond the overall requirement that students must have passed 4.0 credits in order to enrol, unlimited enrolment programs will not have admission requirements, and will not limit the number of students who may enrol.

The Department of Political Science offers undergraduate Specialist, Major, and Minor programs in Political Science. It also offers interdisciplinary Major and Major Cooperative programs in Public Policy and a Minor in Public Law. All programs in the department, except for the Major Co-op Program in Public Policy, are unlimited programs.
Program Offerings Calendar Sections
Political Science, Specialist, HBA
Political Science, Major, HBA
Political Science, Minor (Arts)
Political Science
*Course code prefix: POL
Public Policy, Major, HBA [+Co-op] Public Policy
*Course code prefix: PPG
Public Law, Major (Arts)
Public Law, Minor (Arts)
Public Law
*Course code prefix: POL