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Issue 65 Numéro Fall/automne 2004

The comprehensive guide to Ontario universities for counsellors

Le guide compréhensif des universités ontariennes pour les conseillers

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ONTARIO UNIVERSITIES’ FAIR 2003

September 25, 26, 27 in Toronto

2003 Ontario Universities’ Fair Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building, 222 Bremmer Blvd.

Thursday, September 25, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.

Friday, September 26, 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Saturday, September 27, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

For More Information:

In Every Issue

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Numéro 65, automne 2003

Table of Contents Table des matières

Issue 65, fall 2003

Backgrounder

Raison d’être

INFO is the guide to Ontario universities for secondary school students and guidance counsellors. Its mandate is to foster communication and the sharing of ideas and to respond to the needs of students and counsellors in the complex area of university admissions.

INFO is published twice annually—in the fall (for both students and counsellors) and spring (for counsellors only)—by the Standing Committee on Secondary School Liaison (SCSSL) of the Ontario University Registrars’ Association (OURA), with the collaboration of the Council of Ontario Universities (COU) and the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC).

INFO is guided by an editorial board of appointed members representing the various parties served by the magazine and is funded by a portion of the application service fee. INFO is carefully prepared to ensure the accuracy of its contents. The copy for Issue 65 was finalized in July 2003. We caution readers that INFO is not the last word in university admissions. For the most up-to-date information, visit the university websites.

INFO est le guide des universités ontariennes pour les élèves du secondaire et leurs conseillers en orientation. Organe de communication et de partage d’idées, cette revue répond aux besoins des élèves et des orienteurs dans le domaine complexe de l’admission universitaire.

INFO est réalisé deux fois l’an, à l’automne (pour les deux groupes) et au printemps (pour les orienteurs seulement), par le Comité de la liaison avec le secondaire (SCSSL) de l’Association des registraires des universités de l’Ontario (OURA), et en collaboration avec le Conseil des universités de l’Ontario (CUO) et le Centre de demande d’admission aux universités de l’Ontario (OUAC).

Son Comité de rédaction inclus des représentants des groupes intéressés et son financement est assuré par une partie des droits de demande d’admission. Le Comité a rédigé INFO 65 avec soin pour assurer l’exactitude du contenu établi en juillet 2003. Veuillez noter que la revue n’est pas exhaustive. Pour les mises à jour pertinentes aux rubriques, visiter les sites Web des universités.

THE INFO EDITORIAL BOARD - COMITÉ DE RÉDACTION Chair/Président: Jude Byrne, Queen’s University Editor & Translator/Rédactrice et traductrice : Michelle Leblanc, OUAC Designer/Infographiste : Christine Valente, OUAC/COU

Members - Membres Arnice Cadieux: COU Julie Zahab: GCSSL Paul Arthurs: OSCA Peter Shepherd: OSCA Christine Hickson: OUAC John Metcalf: OURA Gail Forsyth: OUCA Heather Brown: SCSSL

Ontario Universities’ Application Centre Centre de demande d’admission aux universités de l’Ontario 170 Research Lane Guelph ON N1G 5E2 (519) 823-1940 www.ouac.on.ca centre.ouac.on.ca

Focus

8 Is the Double Cohort Really Over?

Find answers to the most commonly asked questions that students have about the Double Cohort and how it affects their admission to Ontario universities.

11 Degree Locator Chart

The Degree Locator is the most comprehensive chart for finding the programs that interest you and the universities that offer them.

32 Admission Guidelines and Programs of Study chart

The Admission Guidelines and Programs of Study chart includes each institution’s programs, enrollment information, new and OAC curriculum prerequisites, Basis of Offers, Alternate Offers, and other pertinent information.

Offers, Alternate Offers, and other pertinent information. In Every Issue 4 University Information Program 6

In Every Issue

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University Information Program

6

User Guide

9

Open Letter to Students

10

Application Deadline

11

Degree Locator Chart

12

Programs by Category

32

Admission Guidelines & Programs of Study

103

Additional Admission Criteria

111

Campus News

121

Campus Visits

127

Residence

135

Scholarships & Awards

152

Undergraduate Programs Requiring Prior University Studies

154

Liaison Numbers

Articles

8 La double cohorte : encore des retombées?

Trouvez les réponses aux grandes questions qui continuent à émerger parmi les élèves à propos de la double cohorte. Comment-elle influera encore sur l’admission aux universités de l’Ontario?

11 Le repère des programmes

Le « Repère des programmes » est un tableau exhaustif des programmes

disponibles et des universités qui les offrent.

32 Lignes directrices et programmes d’études

Le tableau « Lignes directrices et programmes d’études » intègre les exigences et préalables pour les programmes offerts aux universités, ainsi que des renseignements concernant les inscriptions, les critères d’admission, les offres d’admission alternative et autres sujets.

les offres d’admission alternative et autres sujets. Rubriques 4 Tournée universitaire 7 Guide de

Rubriques

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Tournée universitaire

7

Guide de l’utilisateur

9

Lettre ouverte aux élèves

10

Date limites pour la réception des demandes d’admission

11

Repère des programmes

12

Programmes par catégories

32

Lignes directrices et programmes d’études

103

Critères d’admission additionnels

111

Quoi de neuf sur le campus?

121

Visites du campus

127

Résidence

135

Bourses et prix

152

Programmes de premier cycle nécessitant des études postsecondaires

154

Numéros de liaison

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University Information Program 2003

This fall representatives from all institutions listed in INFO 65 will be participating in joint visits to secondary schools across the province. As some details may change over the next few months, be sure to confirm local schedules with your Guidance/Student Services Office. See you at the UIP.

Tournée universitaire 2003

Les représentants de tous les établissements figurant dans ce numéro d’INFO visiteront ensemble les écoles secondaires de la province cet automne. Certains détails dans cet horaire peuvent changer. Veuillez consulter votre bureau d’orientation pour confirmer l’horaire local. Àu plaisir de vous rencontrer.

 

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UIP “Week A” Schedule, September - October 2003

 

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Atikokan, Fort Frances, Kenora, Dryden, Thunder Bay, Red Rock, Marathon, Hearst, Kapuskasing

10:00 a.m. Atikokan HS, Atikokan

9:00 a.m. Beaver Brae SS, Kenora

Contact North 10:30 a.m. West of Thunder Bay

9:30 a.m. Nipigon-Red Rock DHS, Red Rock

9:00 a.m. ES Hearst HS, Hearst

2:00 p.m. Fort Frances HS, Fort Frances

2:00 p.m. Dryden HS, Dryden

1:00 p.m. East of Thunder Bay

1:00 p.m. Marathon HS, Marathon

1:15 p.m. ES Cite Des Jeunes, Kapuskasing

 

7:00 p.m. Hammarskjold HS, Thunder Bay

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Sturgeon Falls, North Bay, New Liskeard, Kirkland Lake, Timmins, Chapleau, Wawa, Sault Ste. Marie, Elliot Lake, Espanola, Sudbury

10:30 a.m. Northern SS, Sturgeon Falls

9:00 a.m. Timiskaming DSS, New Liskeard

9:15 a.m. ES Chapleau HS, Chapleau

9:30 a.m. Elliot Lake SS, Elliot Lake

 

1:30 p.m. Michipicoten HS, Wawa

7:00 p.m. Chippewa SS, North Bay

1:30 p.m. Kirkland Lake C & Vl, Kirkland Lake

7:00 p.m. Bawating C & VS, Sault Ste. Marie

1:30 a.m. Espanola HS, Espanola

 

7:00 p.m. O’Gorman HS, Timmins

7:00 p.m. Lo-Ellen Park SS, Sudbury

 

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Renfrew, Pembroke, Perth, Kanata, Cornwall, Richmond, Ottawa, Orleans

12:30 p.m. Renfrew CI, Renfrew

11:00 a.m. St. John HS, Perth

12:30 p.m. Cornwall C & VS, Cornwall

1:30 p.m. Ridgemont HS, Ottawa

7:00 p.m. Fellowes HS, Pembroke

7:00 p.m. Earl of March SS, Kanata

7:00 p.m. South Carleton HS, Richmond

7:00 p.m. St. Peter CHS, Orleans

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Orillia, Bracebridge, Penetanguishene, Barrie, Walkerton, Owen, Sound, Goderich, Orangeville

12:15 p.m. Twin Lakes SS, Orillia

12:30 p.m.

1:00 p.m. Walkerton DSS, Walkerton

1:00 p.m. Goderich DCI, Goderich

Penetanguishene SS,

 

Penetanguishene

7:00 p.m. St. Mary’s HS, Owen Sound

7:00 p.m. Bracebridge & Muskoka Lakes SS, Bracebridge

7:00 p.m. St. Peter’s SS, Barrie

7:00 p.m. Westside SS, Orangeville

 

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St. Thomas, London, Strathroy, Sarnia, Wallaceburg, Chatham, Leamington, Windsor

12:00 p.m. Central Elgin CI, St. Thomas

8:30 a.m. Strathroy DCI, Strathroy

12:30 p.m. Wallaceburg DSS, Wallaceburg

12:00 p.m.

Leamington SS,

 

Leamington

6:30 p.m. Saunders SS, London

7:00 p.m. St. Patrick’s School, Sarnia

7:00 p.m. John McGregor SS, Chatham

7:00 p.m. Catholic Central HS, Windsor

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TBA Lindsay C & VS, Lindsay

10:00 a.m. Moira SS, Belleville

10:00 a.m. Napanee DSS, Napanee

Bowmanville HS,

Belleville, Kingston, Napanee, Brockville

Bowmanville

7:00 p.m. St. Marys SS, Cobourg

7:00 p.m. Thomas A. Stewart SS, Peterborough

7:00 p.m. Loyalist C & VI, Kingston

7:00 p.m. Brockville CI, Brockville

 

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St. Catharines, Cayuga, Niagara Falls, Hamilton, Stoney Creek

1:00 p.m. Holy Cross SS, St. Catharines

9:00 a.m. Cayuga SS, Cayuga

7:00 p.m. Barton SS, Hamilton

7:00 p.m. Saltfleet HS, Stoney Creek

7:00 p.m. Laura Secord SS, St. Catharines

7:00 p.m. A N Meyer SS, Niagara Falls

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12:30 p.m. Listowel DSS, Listowel

1:00 p.m. North Park C & VS, Brantford

1:00 p.m. Simcoe Composite, Simcoe

1:00 p.m. Stratford Northwestern SS, Stratford

Brantford, Kitchener,

Simcoe, Woodstock,

 

Stratford, Guelph

7:00 p.m. St. Benedict CSS, Cambridge

7:00 p.m. Forest Heights CI, Kitchener

7:00 p.m. Huron Park SS, Woodstock

7:00 p.m. Centennial C& VI, Guelph

In Every Issue

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The following legend will help you to identify the first-year entry degrees offered by Ontario’s degree-granting institutions. Note: Throughout INFO, abbreviations have been standardized in order to facilitate the evaluation of offerings. Note that institutions sometimes use alternative spelling and/or abbreviations for similar programs.

AOCAD

Associate of the Ontario College of Art

BA

& Design Bachelor of Arts

BAA

Bachelor of Applied Arts

BAC

Bachelor of Administration &

BAcc

Commerce Bachelor of Accounting

BAComp

Bachelor of Applied Computing

BACS

Bachelor of Administrative &

BAdmin

Commercial Studies Bachelor of Administration

BAFM

Bachelor of Accounting & Financial

BArch

Management Bachelor of Architecture

BArchSc

Bachelor of Architectural Science

BArtSc

Bachelor of Arts & Science

BAS

Bachelor of Architectural Studies/

BASc

Administrative Studies Bachelor of Applied Science

BBA

Bachelor of Business Administration

BBE

Bachelor of Business Economics

BCCS

Bachelor of Commerce & Computer

BCom

Science Bachelor of Commerce

BComp

Bachelor of Computing

BCS

Bachelor of Computer Science

BDes

Bachelor of Design

BEd

Bachelor of Education

BEng

Bachelor of Engineering

BEng

& Mgt

Bachelor of Engineering &

BES

Management Bachelor of Environmental Studies

BESc

Bachelor of Environmental Science

BEth

Bachelor of Ethics

BFA

Bachelor of Fine Arts

BFSc

Bachelor of Forensic Science

BHK

Bachelor of Human Kinetics

BHRM

Bachelor of Human Resources

BHS

Management Bachelor of Health Studies

BHSc

Bachelor of Health Sciences

BHum

Bachelor of Humanities

BIB

Bachelor of International Business

BID

Bachelor of Interior Design

BIS

Bachelor of Independant Studies

BIT

Bachelor of Information Technology

BJour

Bachelor of Journalism

BKin

Bachelor of Kinesiology

BMA

Bachelor of Musical Arts

BMath

Bachelor of Mathematics

BMus

Bachelor of Music

BMSc

Bachelor of Medical Science

BOR

Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation

BPAPM

Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy

BPHE

Management Bachelor of Physical & Health

BPhEd

Education Bachelor of Physical Education

BRLS

Bachelor of Recreation & Leisure

BSc

Studies Bachelor of Science

BScFS

Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science

BScKin

Bachelor of Science and Kinesiology

BScN

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

BSE

Bachelor of Software Engineering

BSoSc

Bachelor of Social Science

BSW

Bachelor of Social Work

BTech

Bachelor of Technology

BTh

Bachelor of Theology

BURPI

Bachelor of Urban & Regional Planning

HBScF

Honours Bachelor of Sciences in

iBBA

Forestry International Bachelor of Business Administration

User Guide

1 The Programs by Category Listing is your starting point. The

categories are broad areas of study under which most programs have been included. Some programs, by nature, can belong to more than one category. These categories tend to vary from one university to another and usually signify that there are differences in what is taught or the university’s approach to presenting the program curriculum differs. Consult the university publications for more information.

2 The Degree Locator Chart includes only programs that can be

entered directly from high school. All programs listed lead to a degree or a mention on a degree (major, minor, specialization, area of study). The programs given in the Programs by Category List are listed in alphabetical order in this chart. The degree earned is given under the name of each university that offers the program. Once you have found the programs and universities, make note of them, then turn to the Guidelines and Programs of Study Chart. For programs offered in French only, refer to the Repère des programmes.

3 The Guidelines and Programs of Study Chart gives

more details pertinent to the programs listed in the Degree Locator Chart. Find the university that offers the program that interests you; programs are listed in alphabetical order. The information given beside the program name includes the OUAC code you will need to report on the application form, the prerequisite courses you need in order to meet the requirements for admission to the program, and the basis on which the university will evaluate your eligibility.

Alternate offers of admission are included in this chart, as

well as very important documentation on the basis and timing of offers of admission and notes if applicable. Read the institutional recommendations in the preambles to the charts carefully and make sure you understand what they are saying.

4 Additional Admission Criteria are sometimes required when

you are applying to certain programs. These criteria can include institutional evaluation forms, reference forms or autobiographical letters. In some instances the university requires the students to present themselves for an interview or audition, or to submit a portfolio. Make note of any information that is pertinent to your situation and follow up with your guidance counsellor if you need help.

5 Campus Visits is the section that highlights liaison activities at the

universities. Campus visits are a good way of determining whether an institution is right for you. Check out the University Information Program schedule and attend the sessions to hear the liaison representative from the universities discuss what they have to offer. This represents an excellent opportunity for you to ask questions that have not been covered in the documentation you have read, and to compare various institutions.

6 Most universities offer both on-campus and off-campus housing. On-campus

Residences are normally reserved for first-year students, and the cost of

residence living varies from one university to another (many factors contribute to this:

geographical areas, availability of accommodations, etc.). The chart allows you to compare the approximate cost of living from one university to another.

7 All universities offer entrance Scholarships and bursaries that vary both in the

number available and monetary value. Again, weigh the various offerings to determine which scholarships best suit your needs. Add this information to your list of pros and cons for evaluation.

8 Be sure to read the following sections for more valuable information: Timelines,

University Information Program, Campus News, Liaison Numbers.

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In Every Issue

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Guide de l’utilisateur

1 La liste des Programmes par catégorie est le point de départ.

La légende qui suit vous aidera à déterminer les grades qui peuvent être obtenus en suivant les programmes offerts dans les universités de l’Ontario :

Les catégories représentent les disciplines les plus communes sous lesquelles les programmes peuvent être classés. Certains programmes, selon leur contenu ou l’approche pédagogique, peuvent être listés sous plusieurs rubriques.

2 Le Repère des programmes inclut uniquement les programmes

offerts en français auxquels vous pouvez faire demande du secondaire. Tous les programmes qui y sont énumérés mènent à un grade ou sont mentionnés en tant que majeure, mineure, spécialisation ou concentration. Les programmes données dans la Liste des programmes par catégorie sont repris en ordre alphabétique dans ce tableau. Le nom du grade qui sera obtenu est indiqué vis à vis de l’université qui offre le programme.

À noter : Dans INFO, les abréviations ont été standardisées afin de faciliter l’évaluation des programmes offerts. Parfois les établissements épelent ou abrègent les grades de manière différente, consulter les publications universitaires pour plus de détails.

3 Les Lignes directrices et programmes d’études

communique les détails pertinents aux programmes énumérés dans le Repère des programmes. Tournez à la section de l’université qui offre le programme qui vous intéresse ; les programmes sont donnés en ordre alphabétique. Les renseignements comprennent la cote OUAC que vous devrez inscrire sur le formulaire de demande d’admission, les préalables exigés pour l’admission et les critères dont tiendront compte les universités pour déterminer votre admissibilité.

BA

baccalauréat en arts baccalauréat en administration des affaires baccalauréat en arts visuels baccalauréat en beaux arts baccalauréat en commerce baccalauréat en éducation physique en santé baccalauréat en ingéniérie baccalauréat en éthique baccalauréat en journalisme baccalauréat en musique baccalauréat en sciences baccalauréat ès sciences appliquées baccalauréat en sciences infirmières baccalauréat en sciences de la physiothérapie baccalauréat en sciences sociales baccalauréat en service social baccalauréat en théologie

BAA

BAV

BBA

BCom

 

BEPS

Vous êtes avisés de lire les recommandations soigneusement afin de bien comprendre ce que les universités vous demandent.

BEng

BÉth

4 Les Critères d’admission additionnels sont à l’occasion

BJour

BMus

exigés pour certains programmes. Pour adresser ces exigences, les candidates et candidats doivent fournir des formulaires d’évaluation, des formulaires de référence ou des notices autobiographiques. Dans certains cas les universités recommandent qu’elles et ils se présentent à une entrevue ou à une audition, ou exigent qu’elles ou ils soumettent un portfolio. Notez toute information pertinente à votre situation et discutez-en avec votre conseiller au besoin.

BSc

BScA

BScInf

BScPT

BScSoc

 

BSS

5 La section Visites du campus donne un aperçu des activités de liaison aux

BTh

universités. Les visites du campus offrent l’occasion parfaite de déterminer si un établissement satisfera à vos besoins. Consultez le tableau Tournée universitaire pour connaître la date à laquelle les représentants des universités visiteront votre école. La tournée est un des meilleurs moyens de poser les questions qui ne sont pas adressées dans la documentation des établissements.

6 Les Résidences sur le campus sont normalement réservées aux étudiants de

première année. Le coût des résidences varie d’une université à l’autre (plusieurs facteurs entrent en jeu : le lieu, la disponibilité des logements, etc.). Le tableau donne les coûts approximatifs pour chaque établissement pour que vous puissiez les comparer.

7 Toutes les universités offrent des Bourses et prix d’entrée. Ces bourses

varient en ce qui a trait à leur nombre et à leur valeur. Encore une fois, vous devrez tenir compte des variantes et déterminer quels des programmes de bourses satisfont à vos attentes.

8 Assurez-vous de voir les autres sections :

Horaire, Tournée universitaire, Quoi de neuf sur le campus, Numéros de liaison.

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Focus

Articles

The Double Cohort

Is it really over?

Although the double cohort year is now behind us, many of you are still dealing with the consequences of it. Maybe you have stayed in school for an extra semester, taken additional courses, maybe combined courses from the two curricula. You’re not alone in this; many others have also taken that path.

The universities have identified questions that continue to be asked on

a regular basis. These commonly asked questions and the non-

university-specific answers are given below. Note that these are general responses and that exceptions are common. Where there are exceptions, the universities will indicate them in their own documentation.

Note that while a minimum academic average is stipulated in order to be considered for admission to a program, this minimum does not guarantee acceptance into the program. Most universities have a limited number of spaces available and make admission decisions based on the averages of the current applicant pool. The Programs of Study Chart in this magazine gives information based on data obtained during the previous year’s application/admission cycle. The averages fluctuate from year to year as do the number of applicants to each program.

Your best bet is to first read the general guidelines and follow up with

a thorough reading of the universities’ documentation in order to

determine the prerequisites and specific requirements for the programs in which you are interested.

What are the minimum requirements for admission to university under the new curriculum?

The completion of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma, or the equivalent, with a minimum overall average of 60% and six Grade 12 U or M courses, will be necessary for consideration for admission to an Ontario university. Most universities and/or programs have higher admission averages. Some universities and/or programs require as many as five Grade 12U courses for admission. This information should be obtained directly from the university.

Will universities treat students from the new curriculum differently than those presenting OACs from the old curriculum?

During the transition (which continues) from the old to the new curriculum, universities will consider applicants from either curriculum equally. They will continue to monitor and use their best judgement to ensure that students from both cohorts are treated fairly.

How will universities treat students who present a mixture of OAC and U and M courses for admission?

It is recognized that many students may present a mixture of new and

old curriculum courses for admission to university. Students who present a combination of OAC, U and M courses will be considered equally during the admission process provided that they meet all the course prerequisites specified by the universities to which they have applied.

How will repeated courses be treated? What if a student decides to repeat an OAC course but the only course available is an equivalent Grade 12 U or M course in the new curriculum?

Each Ontario university has its own policy on repeated courses. These are posted on the university websites and in their admission handbooks. Counsellors should refer to the OAC Comparator Chart, available on the OSCA website, <www.osca.ca> in order to determine which new and old curriculum courses will be treated as equivalent for purposes of admission to university.

La Double cohorte

encore des retombées?

Quoique l’année de la double cohorte soit terminée, plusieurs d’entre vous faites toujours face aux conséquences qui en sont le produit. Vous avez peut-être suivi un autre semestre de cours, vous avez peut-être suivi une combinaison de cours des deux curricula. Vous n’êtes pas seul, plusieurs parmi vos paires ont fait la même chose.

Les universités ont identifié les grandes questions qui continuent à émerger. La liste des réponses à ces questions d’ordre générale sont données ci-dessous. Où il y a une exception, l’université l’indiquera dans ces propres documents.

Quoiqu’une moyenne minimale soit exigée pour pouvoir être considéré pour l’admission à un programme, vous n’êtes pas automatiquement accepté dans un programme si vous satisfaites à cette exigence. La plupart des universités ont un certain nombre de places disponibles et prennent une décision sur la base de la moyenne des résultats scolaires obtenue par le bassin des candidatures du cycle d’admission actuel.

Le tableau des programmes d’études dans le présent document donne des renseignements par référence aux données obtenues lors de cycles d’admission précédents. La moyenne et le nombre de candidatures changent d’une année à l’autre et d’un programme à l’autre.

Vous êtes fortement avisé de lire les lignes directrices qui suivent et de consulter les documents universitaires pour déterminer quels préalables et quelles exigences ont été définies pour le programme qui vous intéresse.

Quelles sont les exigences minimales pour l’admission à l’université sous le nouveau curriculum?

Afin d’être considéré il faut avoir obtenu le Diplôme d’études secondaires

de l’Ontario ou l’équivalent, avec une moyenne générale d’au moins 60

pour cent et six cours de 12e année de niveau U ou M. La plupart des universités exigent une moyenne minimale plus élevée pour l’admission. Certaines universités peuvent exiger jusqu’à cinq cours de 12e année de niveau U pour l’admission générale ou l’admission aux programmes spécialisés ou spécifiques. Cette information est disponible à l’institution universitaire.

Est-ce que les universités traiteront différemment les élèves du nouveau curriculum de ceux du curriculum actuel?

Durant la période de transition de l’ancien curriculum vers le nouveau curriculum, les universités considereront les candidats des deux programmes d’études de façon égale. Elles continueront d’agir avec

discernement afin d’assurer que les élèves des deux cohortes seront traités

de façon équitable.

Comment les universités évalueront-elles, pour fin d’admission, les candidats qui auront une combinaison de CPO et de cours U et M?

Les universités sont conscientes que certains élèves soumettront des cours provenant des deux programmes d’études dans leur dossier d’admission. Les élèves qui auront une combinaison de CPO et de cours de niveau U et

M auront une chance égale en vue de l’admission à condition qu’ils

satisfassent aux critères et préalables précisés par l’université à laquelle ils présentent leur demande.

Comment seront traitées les reprises? Comment sera évalué le dossier de l’élève qui décide de répéter un cours de niveau CPO qui n’est désormais offert que dans le cadre du nouveau curriculum de 12 année, niveau U ou M?

Chaque université a établi ces propres politiques à cet égard. Ces renseignements sont disponibles sur leur site Web ainsi que dans leur annuaire. Les conseillers disposent du « OAC Comparator Chart » (disponible en anglais seulement), accessible sur le site Web de OSCA <www.osca.ca> pour les aider à déterminer quels des cours des deux curricula sont considérés équivalents dans le cadre de l’admission universitaire.

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In Every Issue

Rubriques

Open Letter to Students Lettre ouverte aux élèves

A Message from the President of the Council of Ontario Universities

Choosing a university and career path that’s right for you is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. In addition to this new edition of INFO magazine, there are many key resources in place to help you make this decision. Talk to your guidance counsellors. Peruse your high school library for university handbooks and literature. Go on-line and research each university’s website. And most importantly, book as many campus visits as you can to see first-hand the vibrant learning environment that Ontario universities have to offer. Everywhere you look, you will see signs of progress and exciting development as Ontario universities rise to meet the challenge of today’s growing student population.

This September, Ontario universities are welcoming a record-breaking 70,000 double cohort students to their campuses. Their arrival speaks not only to the successfully realized commitment to access shared by both universities and government, but also to the strength of collaborative planning and government investment. The government’s SuperBuild program alone helped create a total of 135,000 new student spaces at postsecondary institutions—the single largest expansion since the 1960s. These spaces will benefit future students for years to come.

These spaces will benefit future students for years to come. Un message du président du Conseil

Un message du président du Conseil des universités de l’Ontario

Le bon choix d’université et de carrière est une des décisions les plus importantes que vous prendrez. En plus de ce nouveau numéro d’INFO, il y a plusieurs ressources clé qui vous aideront à affiner vos sélections. Parlez à votre conseiller en orientation. Consultez les annuaires et autres documents dont dispose votre bibliothèque. Visitez les sites Web des universités. Il est davantage important que vous visitiez les campus de la province pour apprécier l’air d’épanouissement dont jouissent nos universités. Vous verrez de vos propres yeux le progrès et les développements dynamiques qui prouvent que les universités sont à la hauteur des défis issus de la hausse de la population étudiante.

En septembre, les universités ontariennes vont

accueillir environ 70 000 étudiants : ce chiffre reflète une augmentation significative attribuable à la double cohorte. L’arrivée de ces étudiants sur les campus s’en tient non seulement à l’engagement des universités et du gouvernement à accommoder un nombre accru de candidats, mais fait preuve de l’efficacité de leur planification collaborative et de l’investissement gouvernemental. Le programme SuperCroissance du gouvernement a aidé à créer 135 000 nouvelles places dans les institutions postsecondaires—la croissance la plus appréciable depuis les années 60. Les futurs étudiants en tireront bénéfice pour plusieurs années à venir.

Ontario universities are delivering the spaces. Quality is equally important for students. Ontario universities are committed to delivering excellence to Ontario’s students in teaching, in research, across all disciplines and at the undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels. Great strides are being made with the new Quality Assurance Fund. This funding, which provides an additional $75 million in 2003-2004 and will rise each year to reach $200 million by 2006-2007, will enable universities to make considerable progress in modernizing physical facilities and equipping classrooms, laboratories and libraries with up-to-date learning resources. The Fund will also provide support to hire more faculty and staff and reduce faculty/student ratios. Of all the factors that influence the level and quality of the university experience, none is more important than faculty.

Students can be confident that Ontario universities will be ready for them and committed to delivering a high quality university education.

Les universités ont les places ; toutefois, les étudiants se préoccupent autant de la qualité de leur éducation que du nombre de places disponibles. Les universités sont engagées à délivrer l’excellence sur les plans de l’enseignement et de la recherche, dans toutes les disciplines, au premier cycle et aux cycles supérieurs. De plus, le gouvernement a créé des fonds pour assurer l’équité en matière d’éducation. Ces fonds recevront 75 millions de dollars en 2003-2004, et l’investissement du gouvernement s’accroîtra chaque année pour atteindre 200 millions de dollars d’ici 2006-2007, investissement qui permettra aux universités de moderniser leurs immeubles et installations, ainsi que d’équiper leurs classes, leurs laboratoires et leurs bibliothèques des ressources les plus récentes. Le fonds permettra aussi aux universités d’ajuster le taux d'encadrement et d’ajouter à leurs effectifs. Parmi les facteurs qui impactent sur la qualité et le niveau de l’expérience universitaire, aucun n’est plus important que le corps professoral.

I wish you all the best for the coming year.

Ian D. Clark President, Council of Ontario Universities

Les étudiants peuvent être confiants que les universités de l’Ontario seront prêtes à les recevoir et engagées à délivrer un enseignement de la plus haute qualité.

Mes meilleurs voeux pour l’année à venir.

Ian D. Clark Président, Conseil des universités de l’Ontario

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Application Deadline Date limite de demande d’admission

January 14, 2004 is the deadline

for Ontario secondary school students to submit completed hardcopy and on-line applications to the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC).

Applications received after this date will still be processed by the OUAC and distributed to the universities. However, institutional deadlines for specific programs will apply.

www.ouac.on.ca/101/

Please note: Applicants should make themselves aware of other critical dates in the application and admission schedule. These dates are available in the 2004 COMPASS.101 Companion Booklet (guide for on-line applicants) and in the 2004 OUAC University Application Package (guide for applicants using paper). In addition, a complete Schedule of Dates for 2003-2004 is provided to all secondary school guidance offices.

Le 14 janvier 2004 est la date limite

fixée pour la réception des demandes d’admission en ligne et sur papier, au Centre de demande pour les élèves des écoles secondaires ontariennes.

Les demandes d'admission qui parviennent au Centre après cette date seront tout de même traitées et transmises aux universités en cause. Toutefois, vous devez tenir compte que certaines universités ont des dates limites fixes pour certains de leurs programmes.

2003-2004.

centre.ouac.on.ca/101/

Nota : Vous êtes fortement avisés de vous informer des autres échéances importantes. Ces dernières sont données dans la Trousse d’admission à une université ontarienne (pour les candidatures sur papier) et dans le Livret complémentaire COMPASS.101 (pour les candidatures en ligne) destinés aux élèves du secondaire en Ontario. De plus, votre conseiller en orientation dispose d’un horaire complet pour le cycle

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Degree Locator

Repère des programmes

Degree Locator

Repère des programmes

The Degree Locator Chart has been designed to help you find the many programs offered by Ontario’s degree-granting institutions. It includes only those programs leading to a degree that can be entered directly from high school. To find programs that require some university study, or that also offer co-op, internships, or diplomas/certificates, please refer to the Undergraduate Programs Requiring Prior Studies or the Admissions Guidelines and Programs of Study chart, and/or consult the institutions directly.

Many institutions will allow you to combine the choices listed here in double or multiple concentrations. Since a large number of possible concentration combinations are possible, the chart primarily lists single concentration programs.

The Degree Locator Chart is made up of two sections—an alphabetized chart that lists all programs of concentration by institution, and a listing (Programs by Category) that groups these programs under eight broad categories: Administration/Business; Arts/Applied Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences; Education; Engineering; Fine and/or Performing Arts; Health/Health Care; Professional; and Science. Likewise, all programs available in French are listed alphabetically in a chart and in a program-by-category listing according to the previously noted groupings.

If you don’t have a specific program in mind and you want to explore program opportunities, consult the Programs by Category listing to see what’s available at Ontario universities. If you know you’re interested in science, for example, look under the respective category in the Program by Category listing to find out what programs are offered. Keep in mind that this listing is meant to be a guide and is not exhaustive and that the categories do not necessarily represent the degree earned. After you’ve explored the category or categories you’re interested in, check the alphabetized chart to find out which institutions offer the program.

If you’re looking for a specific program, review the alphabetized chart to find out which universities offer the program in which you are interested. Keep in mind that similarly named programs may not necessarily be the same. The content or pedagogical approach of a program can vary from institution to institution. Make sure you do your own research and contact the institution(s) directly to determine which program and which institution best suits your academic needs. If an institution doesn’t list a specific program, it may still be able to provide you with academic opportunities in this area through elective course choices.

Once again, remember your best source for information about a specific program is the institution itself. Make sure you review its publications and contact the appropriate representative (phone numbers and addresses are listed at the back of this book). When you find the program(s) and the institution(s) you wish to pursue, consult the Admissions Guidelines and Programs of Study section that follows to find out how to proceed and what prerequisites you need.

Note: Some institutions use alternative spelling and/or abbreviations for similar programs. The legend in the User Guide on page 6 will help you to identify the first-year entry degrees offered by Ontario’s degree-granting institutions.

Le repère des programmes a été conçu dans le but de trouver les programmes offerts aux diverses universités de l’Ontario. Il comprend uniquement les programmes menant à un grade accessibles directement du secondaire. Afin de repérer les programmes exigeant des études postsecondaires ou la disponibilité de l’enseignement co-opératif, de l’internat ou des programmes menant à un diplôme ou un certificat veuillez consulter les tableaux « Programmes de premier cycle nécessitant des études postsecondaires » ou « Lignes directrices et programmes d’études », ou communiquer avec les établissements directement pour obtenir plus de détails.

Plusieurs des universités permettent de combiner les programmes énumérés en des doubles concentrations. Comme plusieurs combinaisons sont possibles, le tableau donne principalement la liste des programmes à simple concentration.

Le Repère comprend deux sections : une liste alphabétique dans laquelle on trouve toutes les concentrations possibles et la liste des programmes énumérés par catégorie générale : Administration et commerce, Arts/Arts appliqués/Humanités/Sciences sociales ; Éducation ; Génie ; Beaux arts et théâtre ; Santé et sciences de la santé ; Professions et Sciences. Nous avons séparé le français et l’anglais.

Si vous n’êtes pas certain quel programme vous intéresse, consultez la liste des programmes par catégorie pour voir ce que les universités offrent. Si vous vous intéressez aux sciences, par exemple, regarder sous cette rubrique pour trouver les programmes correspondants. Souvenez- vous cependant que la liste n’est qu’un guide général–les choix exhaustifs n’y sont pas représentés. Une fois que vous aurez consulté les catégories qui vous intéressent, vérifiez le tableau pour savoir quels établissements offrent le programme.

Veuillez noter les points suivants lors de votre consultation du tableau :

les programmes d’études ayant le même titre ne sont pas nécessairement identiques. L’approche pédagogique et le contenu de cours peuvent varier énormément d’un établissement à l’autre. L’absence d’un titre de programme d’étude spécifique par rapport à une université ne reflète pas nécessairement l’absence de cette spécialisation à cet établissement. Il est parfois possible de combiner des cours au choix qui permettent à l’étudiant d’accroître ses connaissances dans un domaine particulier.

Tenez compte en outre que la meilleure source de renseignements pertinents aux programmes offerts est l’université en cause. Veuillez vous reporter aux publications universitaires et communiquer avec les représentants (les numéros de téléphone et les adresses sont donnés à la dernière page de cette revue). Quand vous aurez trouvé les programmes et les institutions clé, consulter la section « Lignes directrices et programmes d’études » pour plus de détails concernant les préalables et les exigences.

Nota : Certaines universités utilisent des abréviations orthographiées différemment pour des programmes semblables. Veuillez consulter le « Guide de l’utilisateur » sur la page 7 afin de pouvoir déterminer les grades qu’il est possible d’obtenir en suivant les programmes présentés.

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Degree Locator

Repère des programmes

Programs by Category Programmes par catégorie

Administration/Business

Accounting & Financial Management Accounting/Studies/Chartered Accounting Actuarial Science/& Statistics Administration/Administrative & Commercial Studies/Administrative Studies Agricultural Business/Economics Agroecosystem Management Applied Economics Arts & Business Biotechnology & Chartered Accountancy/& Economics Business/Administration/Management/Research Business Administration & Chemistry Business & Computer Science/& Computing Business Economics/Business & Economics Business Finance Business French/German/Italian/Spanish Business Information Systems Business Law Business & Mathematics Business & Society Civil Engineering & Management & Entrepreneurship Commerce Commerce & Computing Commerce & Finance Commercial Aviation Management Communication & Culture/Human Communication & Technology/& Information Technology(Policy)/Visual Culture Computer Science - Economics/Business/Management & Business Systems Computing & Business Cooperative Education Programs Cultural Management E-Business Economics/Applied Economics/Economics (Management Studies) Economics/& Business/(Commerce & Finance) Economics & Financial Management/Financial Economics Employment Relations Engineering & Management Engineering Science & Business Entrepreneurial Management Environment & Business Environmental Economics/& Policy Faculty Scholars Finance/& Administration/Finance & Economic Studies/Financial Economics Financial Mathematics Global Studies/Global Political Studies Graphic Communications Management Health Sciences (Health Information Management)/Information/(Psychosocial) Health Sciences & Business/Health Services Management Hospitality & Tourism Management Hotel & Food Administration Housing & Real Estate Management Human Resources Management/Industrial Relations Industrial Relations Information Systems/& Management Systems Information Technology/Management International Business/Economics/Trade International Management/Business Management International Political Economy Management/General Management/Science/Studies Management Economics/ & Industry & Finance Management & Enterprise Development Management/Public/Strategic Management Systems/Business Systems/Information Systems Marketing Mathematics & Business Administration/& Commerce/Finance/& Systems Management

Mathematics for Commerce Music Administrative Studies Native Management & Economic Development Operations Research/Operational Research Organizational Behaviour Politics & Economics/Science & Economics for Management Studies Public Administration/Affairs/Analysis/Management/Policy/ Public Service Studies Recreation & Business Retail Management Science & Business Social Organization/& Human Resources Social Policy Sports Administration/Sport Management Strategic Public Opinion & Policy Analysis Systems Development & Implementation Technology/Management/& Operations Management Telecommunications Management Tourism Management/& Recreation Resources Management/Studies

Administration/Commerce

Administration des affaires/Administration publique Administration des sports Affaires électroniques Commerce/Économie et commerce/Science économique Comptabilité Développement international et mondialisation Finance/Mathématiques pour le commerce Gestion/gestion générale/internationale/management Gestion des ressources humaines Marketing

Arts/Applied Arts/Humanities/ Social Sciences

Aboriginal Studies Accounting/Studies/Chartered Accounting Acting/Theatre Performance: Acting Actuarial Science/& Statistics Administration/Administrative & Commercial Studies/Administrative Studies African Studies Agricultural Business/Economics American Studies Anglican Studies Anthropology/Anthropological Sciences/Teaching Option Applied Business Management Applied Computing Applied Economics Applied Geography Applied Language Studies Applied Mathematics/& Science/& Scientific Computation/& Statistics Applied Social Research (Sociology) Archaeology/Archaeological Sciences Architecture/Architectural Studies/Specialist Art (Fine) & Art History/Art History & Criticism/ & Culture/History of Art Arts/Arts Applied Studies/General Arts/Teaching Option Arts & Business Arts & Contemporary Studies Arts & Science Asian Studies/Asia Pacific Studies/East Asian Studies/Language & Literatures/South Asian Studies Behavior/Behavioural Neuroscience Biblical Studies Bioethics Biology/Biological Sciences/Biology Teaching Option Book & Media Studies

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Degree Locator

Repère des programmes

Business/Administration/Management/Research Business Communications Business Economics/Business & Economics Business French/German/Italian/Spanish Business Law Business & Mathematics Business & Society Canadian Studies/Politics Career Development Practitioner Caribbean Studies Celtic Studies Chemistry/Chemistry Teaching Option Child Studies/& Family Relations/& Youth Care (Studies) Christianity & Culture Church Music & Worship City Studies Classical History Classical Languages/Civilizations/& Literature Classical Studies/Classics Classics, Religion & Humanities Cognitive Psychology Cognitive Science Combinatorics & Optimization Commerce Commercial Aviation Management Commonwealth Studies Communication/Arts/Studies/Visual Arts Communication & Culture/Human Communication & Technology/& Information Technology(Policy)/Visual Culture Communications Disorders/Science & Disorders Communications Engineering Community/Economic & Social Development/Health Comparative Development Studies Comparative Literary Studies/Literature Comparative Politics & Area Studies Computational Mathematics Computer Math (Info Technology) Computer Science/Teaching Option Computer Science/Artificial Intelligence/& Information & Management Systems/Information Systems/Information Systems Security/Intelligent Systems Computer Science/Bioinformatics Computer Science - Digital Hardware Computer Science & Mathematics/Teaching Option Computer Science - Economics/Business/Management & Business Systems Computer Science & Software/Software Engineering Computers & Multimedia/Communication Studies/Visual Arts Computing Concurrent Degree & Orientation to Teaching (with OTT) Concurrent Education/Concurrent Arts & Social Science, Education & ECE/French/Science & Education Conservation/Biology & the Environment/Environmental Studies Conservation & Restoration Ecology Contemporary Studies/Arts/Cultural Studies Contemporary Studies with/Anthropology/Children's Education & Development/Communication Studies/English/Geography/Global Studies/Philosophy/Psychology/Religion & Culture/Sociology Cooperative Education Programs Creative Arts and Cultural Expression Crime & Deviance Criminology/& Criminal Justice/& Legal Studies/& Public Policy Croatian & Serbian Studies Cross-disciplinary Studies Cultural Management Cultural Studies/& Critical Thinking/Fine Arts in Cultural Studies Czech & Slovak Studies Dance/Composition Development & Globalization Developmental Psychology Developmental Studies Digital Enterprise Management Directed Interdisciplinary Studies Drama/Studies Drama in Education/& Community/& Theatre in Education Dramatic Literature Drawing/& Painting/Teaching Option

Early Childhood Education Earth Science(s)/Earth Surface Science/Teaching Option Eastern Christian Studies Ecology Economic History Economics/Applied Economics/Economics (Management Studies) Economics/& Business/(Commerce & Finance) Economics & Financial Management/Financial Economics Ecosystem Management Education of Teachers in French Employment Relations English/Creative Writing/Language & Literature/Literature/Teaching Option English/Professional Writing/Rhetoric Environment & Business Environment & Health/& Health Geography Environment & (Human) Society/Society & Environment Environment & Science Environmental Anthropology Environmental Economics/& Policy Environmental Geography Environmental & Health Studies Environmental Management/& Resource Management/Resource Studies Environmental Monitoring & Analysis Environmental Policy Environmental Protection Environmental/Studies/& Science(s)/& Energy Science/Science & Technology/Water Science Environmental Toxicology Equity Studies Estonian Studies Ethics Studies/Applied Ethics/Ethics & Society/Ethics, Society & Law European Integration Studies European Studies/& Russian Studies Evolution & Social Behaviour Psychology Faculty Scholars Family & Community Social Services Family & Social Relations Family Studies Fashion-Design Film/Cinema Studies/Studies/& Video Film & Video/Theory & Criticism Finance/& Administration/Finance & Economic Studies/Financial Economics Financial Mathematics Fine Arts/& Performing Arts/Studies Finno Studies Forensics & Criminology Forest Conservation French/French as a Second Language/French Teaching Specialization French Literature/& Language/& Linguistics French Media French Studies/Cultural Studies French Translation/Translation Studies General Studies/Program Geographic Information Processing/Analysis Geographical Information Management Studies Geographical Information Systems/Analysis/Science Geography & Environmental Studies Geography & Geomatics Geography: Globalization, Society & Environment Geography (Historical & Cultural) Geography of Regional Planning/& International Development Geography/Physical Geography/Teaching Option Geography: Resource & Environmental Assessment Geography (Urban Development/Economic/Social) Geology/Geological Sciences/Teaching Option Geomatic(s)/Engineering/& Spatial Analysis German Language & Literature German/Area Studies/& Slavic Studies/Studies Gerontology GIS & Spatial Analysis Geography Global Studies/Global Political Studies Graphic Communications Management Graphic Design Greek/Greek (Classical)/Hellenic Studies

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Degree Locator

Repère des programmes

Health Sciences (Health Information Management)/Information/(Psychosocial) Health Promotion/& Education Health Studies Health Sciences/Rural Health/Studies/& Society Hispanic Studies/Ibero-American Studies/Spanish Studies History/International History/Teaching Option History & Philosophy of Science History of Science & Technology History & Theory of Architecture Human-Computer Interaction (Computer Science)/Human Oriented Technology/(Psychology) Human Ecology (Family Studies)/Family Studies Human Geography/Teaching Option Human Kinetics Human Resources Management/Industrial Relations Human Rights/Humanism Human Settlements Humanities Hungarian Studies Independent Studies/Individualized Studies Indigenous Environmental Studies Indigenous Learning/Studies Industrial Relations Information Systems & Human Behaviour Information Systems/& Management Systems Information Technology/Management Integrated Studies/Science/Teaching Option International Affairs International Business/Economics/Trade International Development (Studies)/International Development & Globalization/Project Management International Culture International Political Economy International Relations/& Development Studies/History/Politics International Studies/& Comparative Studies/& Modern Languages Italian/Studies Japanese Studies Jewish Studies Journalism/Broadcast Journalism Kinesiology/& Health Sciences Korean Studies Labour Studies Landscape Architecture Language & Logic Language Teaching & Learning - French/Italian Latin American Studies/& Caribbean Studies Latin/& English Studies Law/Common Law/& Justice/Justice Studies/& Policy/& Society Law Policy & Government Liberal Arts/& Professional Studies/Studies Liberal Science Linguistics/Languages & Linguistics Linguistics & Computing Literary Studies/Great Books Logic Management/General Management/Science/Studies Management Economics/ & Industry & Finance Mass Communications Mathematical Economics Mathematics/Mathematical Sciences/Teaching Option Mathematics & Business Administration/& Commerce/Finance/& Systems Management Mathematics for Commerce Media/Studies/Media, Information & Technoculture/Studies Mediaeval Studies/Medieval Studies Medical Anthropology Mediterranean Studies Mennonite Studies Middle Eastern & Islamic Studies Military & Strategic Studies Mission Studies & Interreligious Dialogue Modern Languages/Cultures & Literatures/Literature Multicultural Studies Multidisciplinary Studies Multimedia/Interactive Multimedia

Music/Teaching Option Music Education Music History & Culture/& Theory Music Performance/Esemble Music Theory & Composition Native Education Native Human Services Native Language/Anishinaabemowin/Studies/Teaching Option Native Management & Economic Development Natural Resources Management Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations Northern Studies/& Polar Studies Operations Research/Operational Research Organizational Behaviour/& Human Resources Outdoor Recreation, Parks & Tourism Pastoral Studies/Theology Peace & Conflict Studies Perception Psychology Philosophy/Ethics & Public Affairs/Teaching Option Philosophy of Science Photography/Photographic Studies Physical Education/Physical & Health Physical Geography/& Environmental Geography/& Human Physical Resource & Environmental Assessment Physics/Applied Physics/Physics Teaching Option Planning Polish/Language Studies/Literature Politics (Comparative)/Political Science/Pre Law/ Studies/Theory/Teaching Option Politics & Economics/Science & Economics for Management Studies Popular Culture Population Studies Portuguese/Ibero-American Studies Power & Everyday Life (Sociology) Prehistoric Archaeology Psycholinguistics Psychology/Teaching Option Psychology Research Specialist Public Administration/Affairs/Analysis/Management/Policy Public Service Studies Pure Mathematics/Finance/Teaching Option Religion/Religion & Culture/Religious Education/Religious Studies Renaissance Studies Rural Development Sociology Russian/& East European Area Studies Scholar's Electives Science & Environment Science & Society Science & Technology Studies Science, Technology, Culture & Society/Science, Technology & Society/(Values) Second-Language Learning (French/Italian) Second-Language Teaching Semiotics & Communication Theory Serbian Studies Sexual Diversity Studies/Sexuality, Marriage & Family Slavic Languages & Literatures/Studies Social Development Studies Social Justice & Equity Studies Social Organization/& Human Resources Social Policy Social & Political Thought Social Science Social Welfare Social Work Sociology/Teaching Option Sociology & Social Anthropology Software Design/Development Software Engineering/& Computing Spanish/Ibero-American/Spanish & Latin American Studies Speech Communication Spirituality/Spirituality & Personal Development Sport & Physical Education Sport Psychology Stage & Screen Studies Statistics/Applied Statistics

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Degree Locator

Repère des programmes

Strategic Public Opinion & Policy Analysis Studio/Studio Arts Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) Technology, Society & Environment Studies Theatre/& Drama/& Film Studies Theology/& Philosophy Tourism Management/& Recreation Resources Management/Studies Toxicology & Environment Translation Ukrainian/Studies Urban Development/Studies Urban & Economic Geography/& Social Geography Urban & Regional Planning/Planning Urban Sustainability Visual Arts/Studies/& Performing Arts/Teaching Option Visualizing Environment Western Literature & Civilization Wildlife & Habitat Ecology/Wild Life Biology Women and Environment Women's Studies/Gender Equality & Social Justice/Gender Studies World Literature Writing/Creative Writing/Professional Writing/Rhetoric & Critical Analysis Yiddish

Arts/Humanités/Sciences sociales

Allemand Animation Communication/Communications sociales Criminologie Didactique des langues secondes Espagnol/Études hispaniques Éthique/et societé Études anciennes Études anglaises Études autochtones Études d’art dramatique/Art d’expression Études canadiennes Études de l’environnement/sur l’environnement et la santé Études des femmes/Études sur la femme Études internationales/et langues et littératures modernes Études médiévales Études militaires et stratégiques Études pluridisciplinaires Folklore Français/Études françaises/Études de la langue française Géomatique et analyse spatiale Histoire Informatique/Science informatique et systèmes d’information et de gestion Journalisme Langues modernes Leadership : activités physiques de plein air Linguistique Philosophie Philosophie et théologie Psychologie/Psychologie du sport Russe Science politique Sciences de la mission et du dialogue interreligieux Sciences sociales Service Social Sociologie Spiritualité Théologie/et Philosophie Théologie pastorale/sciences pastorales

Education

Anthropology/Anthropological Sciences/Teaching Option Arts/Arts Applied Studies/General Arts/Teaching Option Biochemistry/Biochemistry Teaching Option Biology/Biological Sciences/Biology Teaching Option Chemistry/Chemistry Teaching Option Computer Science/Teaching Option Computer Science & Mathematics/Teaching Option

Concurrent Degree & Orientation to Teaching (with OTT) Concurrent Education/Concurrent Arts & Social Science, Education & ECE/French/Science & Education Cooperative Education Programs Drawing/& Painting/Teaching Option Early Childhood Education Early Teacher Project - Mathematical & Physical Sciences Earth Science(s)/Earth Surface Science/Teaching Option Education of Teachers in French English/Creative Writing/Language & Literature/Literature/Teaching Option French/French as a Second Language/French Teaching Specialization General Studies/Program/Teaching Option Geography/Physical Geography/Teaching Option Geology/Geological Sciences/Teaching Option History/International History/Teaching Option Human Geography/Teaching Option Indigenous Learning/Studies Integrated Studies/Science/Teaching Option Mathematics/Mathematical Sciences/Teaching Option Music/Teaching Option Native Education/Native Studies Teaching Option Natural Science/Teaching Option Philosophy/Ethics & Public Affairs/Teaching Option Physical Education/Physical & Health/Teaching Option Physics/Applied Physics/Physics Teaching Option Politics (Comparative)/Political Science/Pre Law/Studies/Theory/Teaching Option Psychology/Teaching Option Pure Mathematics/Finance/Teaching Option Science Education Sociology/Teaching Option Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) Visual Arts/Studies/& Performing Arts/Teaching Option

Engineering

Aerospace/Science & Engineering Architecture/Architectural Studies/Specialist Biological Engineering Biomedical Engineering Chemical & Biochemical Engineering/& Bioengineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Civil Engineering & Management & Entrepreneurship Civil & Environmental Engineering Civil & Structural Engineering Communications Engineering Computer Engineering/Information Systems Computer Engineering/Systems Engineering Computer Science/Artificial Intelligence/& Information & Management Systems/Information Systems/Information Systems Security/Intelligent Systems Computer Science & Software/Software Engineering Cooperative Education Programs Electrical Engineering/& Biomedical/Electrical Engineering:

Microelectronics Energy Systems Engineering Engineering Chemistry Engineering & Management Engineering Physics Engineering & Society Engineering Science/& Business Engineering Systems & Computing Environmental & Chemical/Biochemical Engineering Environmental Engineering Extractive Metallurgical Engineering Faculty Scholars Geological Engineering Geomatic(s)/Engineering/& Spatial Analysis Industrial Design Industrial Engineering Infrastructure Engineering Integrated Engineering Manufacturing Engineering/& Management Materials Engineering/& Metallurgical Engineering

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Degree Locator

Repère des programmes

Mathematics & Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering: Automotive Mechanical Engineering & Business/& Management Mechanical Engineering: Computer Integrated Manufacturing Mechanical Engineering/Materials Mechatronics Engineering Mineral Engineering/Mining Engineering Nanoengineering Network Technologies (Computer Engineering) Nuclear Engineering Photonics/Photonics Engineering Software Engineering/& Computing Space/& Communication Science/Engineering/Science Systems Design Engineering Water Resources Engineering

Ingénierie

Génie chimique/civil/électrique/mécanique Génie électronique/informatique/logiciel

Fine and/or Performing Arts

Acting/Theatre Performance: Acting Advertising Design Architecture/Architectural Studies/Specialist Art (Fine) & Art History/Art History/& Criticism/& Culture/History of Art Arts/Arts Applied Studies/General Arts/Teaching Option Arts & Contemporary Studies Arts Management/Administration Ceramics Church Music & Worship Communication/Arts/Studies/Visual Arts Concurrent Education/Concurrent Arts & Social Science, Education & ECE/French/Science & Education Cooperative Education Programs Creative Arts and Cultural Expression Criticism & Curatorial Practice Cross-Disciplinary Studies Cultural Management Cultural Studies/& Critical Thinking/Fine Arts in Cultural Studies Dance/Composition Design Drama/Studies Drama in Education/& Community/& Theatre in Education Dramatic Literature Drawing/& Painting/Teaching Option Environmental Design Faculty Scholars Fiber Arts Film/Cinema Studies/Studies/& Video Film & Video Production Film & Video Screenwriting Film & Video/Theory & Criticism Fine Arts/& Performing Arts/Studies Graphic Design Illustration Image Arts-Film Studies Image Arts-Photographic Studies Image Arts-The New Media Industrial Design Integrated Media Interior Design Material Arts Media/Studies/Media, Information & Technoculture/Studies Metalsmithing & Jewelry Multimedia/Interactive Multimedia Music/Teaching Option Music Administrative Studies Music Composition Music Education Music History & Culture/& Theory Music Performance/Ensemble Music Theory & Composition New Media

Photography/Photographic Studies Printmaking Radio & Television Arts Scholar's Electives Sculpture/Installation Studio/Studio Arts Theatre/& Drama/& Film Studies Theatre - Directing Theatre Technical Production Visual Arts/Studies/& Performing Arts/Teaching Option

Beaux Arts

Études d’art dramatique/Art d’expression Art général Arts visuels/Beaux Arts Musique

Health Sciences

Applied Human Nutrition Behaviour/Behavioural Neuroscience Biochemistry/Biochemistry Teaching Option Biology/Biological Sciences/Biology Teaching Option Biomedical Biology Biomedical Physics Biotechnology Chemistry/Chemistry Teaching Option Chiropody and Kinesiology Computational Biochemistry Computational Biology/Molecular Biodiversity/Molecular Bioinformatics Computational Chemistry Cooperative Education Programs Cross-Disciplinary Studies Disability Studies Food & Nutrition/Food Science Forensic Science/Biology/Chemistry Gerontology Health Sciences (Health Information Management)/Informatics/(Psychosocial) Health & Disease Health Promotion/& Education Health Sciences & Business/Health Services Managment Health Sciences/Rural Health/Studies/& Society Human Biology/Behavioral Biology Human Kinetics Industrial Mathematics/Microbiology Integrated Biology/Integrative Biology Integrated Studies/Science/Teaching Option Kinesiology/& Health Sciences Life Sciences Medical Biophysics Medical Laboratory Technology Midwifery Movement Studies Native Human Services Neuroscience Nursing/Science Nutritional Sciences Occupational Health & Safety Occupational Therapy Outdoor Adventure Leadership Outdoor Recreation, Parks & Tourism Palliative Care & Thanatology Paramedicine Pharmacology/Pharmacology & Toxicology Physical Education/Physical & Health Physical Science(s)/Chemistry Physical Therapy/Physiotherapy Physics/Applied Physics/Physics Teaching Option Physiology/Comparative Physiology Pre-Optometry/Pre-Health Psychology Public Health & Safety Radiation Sciences/Medical Sciences/Radiation Physics/Radiation Therapy Recreation & Leisure Studies/Leisure Studies

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BA
BA
BA
BA
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BA
BA
Caribbean Studies
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BA
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Carleton
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Ryerson
Toronto
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Trent
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King's
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York
Glendon
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BA
BA
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BA
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with many
with many
BA
BA
BA
Criticism & Curatorial Practice
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with many
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BA
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with
with
with
BA
BA
BA
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BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
Czech & Slovak Studies
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BA
BFA
BFA
Design
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BA
BA
Developmental Psychology
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BA
Developmental Studies
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BA
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BA
Disability Studies
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BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
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BA
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BA
BA
BA
Drawing/& Painting
BA
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BFA
BFA
BFA
Early Childhood Education
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BA
Early Teacher Project - Mathematical & Physical Sciences
BSc
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Earth Sciences/Environmental Hydrogeology
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Earth Sciences/Geophysics
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BSc
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BA
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BA
BA
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BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
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BA
BA
BCom
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BA
BA
BSc
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
iBBA
BA
Economics /& Business /(Commerce & Finance)
BBE
BCom
BCom
BA
Economics: Quantitative Methods
BSc
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BA
BA
BACS
BACS
BACS
BA
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BA
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BSc
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BA
BA
BEd
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BASc
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BASc
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Employment Relations
BA
Energy Systems Engineering
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BA
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BEng
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BEng
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BASc
Engineering & Society
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BA
BEng
Engineering Systems & Computing
BEng
BEng
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Guelph
Guelph-Humber
Lakehead
Laurentian
Algoma
McMaster
Nipissing
OCAD
Ottawa
Saint Paul
Queen's
RMC
Ryerson
Toronto
Mississauga
Scarborough
Trent
Trent @ UOIT
UOIT
Waterloo
Renison
St. Jerome's
Western
Brescia
Huron
King's
Wilfrid Laurier
Brantford
Windsor
York
Glendon
Program Name Entrepreneurial Management BBA BBA iBBA Environment & Business BES Environment & Health/&
Program Name
Entrepreneurial Management
BBA
BBA
iBBA
Environment & Business
BES
Environment & Health/& Health Geography
BA
BSc
BA
Environment & (Human) Society/Society & Environment
BA
BA
BA
BA
Environmental Anthropology
BA
Environmental Biology/&Technology
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
Environmental & Chemical/Biochemical Engineering
BEng
Environmental Chemistry
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
Environmental Design
BDes
Environmental Earth Science
BSc
BSc
BSc
Environmental Economics/& Policy
with
with
BA
BSc
BA
many
with many
many
Environmental Engineering
BEng
BEng
BASc
BASc
BEng
BASc
Environmental Geography
BA
BA
BSc
BSc
BA
BSc
Environmental Geology/Geosciences
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
Environmental & Health Studies
BA
Environmental Mgmt/& Resource Mgmt /Resource Studies
BA
BA
BA
BSc
BSc
BES
BSc
BSc
BES
Environmental Monitoring & Analysis
BA
BSc
BSc
BSc
BES
Environmental Policy
BA
BSc
BES
Environmental Protection
BA
BSc
BSc
BES
Environmental/Studies/& Science(s)/& Energy Science/Science &
Technology/Water Science
BA
BES
BA
BA
BA
BA
BES
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BA
BSc
BA
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BA
BES
BSc
Environmental Toxicology
BA
BSc
BSc
BSc
Environmetrics
BSc
Equity Studies
BA
Estonian Studies
BA
Ethics Studies/Applied Ethics/Ethics & Society/Ethics, Society &
Law
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BSc
BA
European Integration Studies
BA
European Studies/& Russian Studies
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
Evolution & Social Behaviour Psychology
BA
BSc
Evolutionary Biology
BSc
BSc
BSc
Exceptionality in Human Learning
BSc
Extractive Metallurgical Engineering
BEng
Faculty Scholars
BA
BEng
BSc
BA
BA
Family & Community Social Services
BASc
BSW
Family & Social Relations
BASc
BA
BA
BA
Family Studies
BA
BASc
BSc
BA BSc
Fashion-Communications
BAA
Fashion-Design
BAA
Fiber Arts
BFA
BDes
Film/& Video/Studies/Cinema Studies
BFA
with
with
with
BA
BA
BA
BDes
BA
BFA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BFA
Film & Video Production
BFA
BFA
Film & Video Screenwriting
BFA
Film & Video/Theory & Criticism
BA
BA
Finance/& Administration/Finance & Economic Studies/Financial
Economics
BBA
BA
BBA
BBE
BCom
BCom
BA
BCom
BCom
BBA
BACS
BACS
BACS
BACS
BComm
iBBA
Financial Mathematics
BA
BA
BSc
BSc
BSc
Fine Arts/& Performing Arts/Studies
BA
BFA
BA
/BEd
BFA
BA
BA
BFA
BFA
BFA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BFA
BFA
Finnish Studies
BA
Food & Nutrition/Food Science
BSc
BASc
BSc
BSc
Forensic Science/Biology/Chemistry
BSc
BSc
BSc
BScFS
BFSc
Forensics & Criminology
BA
Forest Conservation
BESc
BA
BSc
BSc
BSc
Forestry
HBScF
French/French as a Second Language/Teaching Specialization
BA
BA
BA/
BA/
BA/
BA/BEd
BA
BA/BEd
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BEd
BEd
BEd
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
French Literature/& Language/& Linguistics
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
French Media
BA
French Studies/Cultural Studies
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
French Translation/Translation Studies
BA
Brock
Carleton
Guelph
Guelph-Humber
Lakehead
Laurentian
Algoma
McMaster
Nipissing
OCAD
Ottawa
Saint Paul
Queen's
RMC
Ryerson
Toronto
Mississauga
Scarborough
Trent
Trent @ UOIT
UOIT
Waterloo
Renison
St. Jerome's
Western
Brescia
Huron
King's
Wilfrid Laurier
Brantford
Windsor
York
Glendon
Program Name Functional Foods & Nutraceuticals BSc General/Studies/Program/Teaching Option BA BA BSc BA BA/BEd
Program Name
Functional Foods & Nutraceuticals
BSc
General/Studies/Program/Teaching Option
BA
BA
BSc
BA
BA/BEd
Genes, Genetics & Biotechnology
BSc
BSc
Genetics/(Molecular)
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
Geochemistry
BSc
Geographic Information Processing/Analysis
BA
BA
Geographical Information Management Studies
BA
BSc
Geographical Information Systems/Analysis/Science
BA
BSc
BSc
BA
BSc
BA
BSc
BSc
Geography & Environmental Studies
BA
BA
BA
BSc
BESc
BA
BSc
BA
BSc
BA
BA
BSc
Geography & Geomatics
BA
Geography: Globalization, Society & Environment
BA
BA
BSc
Geography (Historical & Cultural)
BA
BA
BSc
BA
Geography of Regional Planning/& International Development
BA
BA
Geography/Physical Geography/Teaching Option
BA
BA
BSc
BSc
BA/BEd
BA
/BOR
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BS/BEd
BSc
BA
/BEd
BA
BA
BSc
BA
BSc
BSc
BA
BA
BSc
BSc
BES
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BSc
BSc
BSc
Geography: Resource & Environmental Assessmen
BA
Geography (Urban Development/Economic/Social)
BA
BA
BSc
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
Geoinfomatics
BSc
Geological Engineering
BEng
BASc
Geological Sciences with Physics
BSc
BSc
BSc
Geology/Geography:Terrain Science
BSc
Geology/Geological Sciences/Teaching Option
BSc
BA
BA
BSc
BSc
BSc/BEd
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
Geomatic(s)/Engineering/& Spatial Analysis
BA
BEng
BASc
Geophysics/Geology-Physics
BSc
BSc
Geoscience
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
German Language & Literature
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
German/Area Studies/& Slavic Studies/Studies
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
Gerontology
with
BASc
BA
BA
BA
BA
many
GIS & Spatial Analysis Geography
BA
Global Studies/Global Political Studies
BA
BA
BA
BES
Graphic Communications Management
BTech
Graphic Design
BA
BDes
BDes
Greek/Greek (Classical)/Hellenic Studies
with
with
BA
BA
BA
BA
many
with many
many
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
Health Studies
BA
Health Sciences (Health Information
Management)/Informatics/(Psychosocial)
with BMath
with
BSc
BHSc
BSc
with BSc
BMath
BHSc
BHS
Health & Disease
BSc
Health Promotion/& Education
BPhEd
BHSc
BHS
Health Sciences & Business/Health Services Management
BA
BHSc
BHS
Health Sciences/Rural Health/Studies/& Society
BA
BA
BA
BSc
BA
BSc
BA
BSc
BSc
BHSc
BSc
BHSc
BHSc
BHS
Hispanic Studies/Ibero-American Studies/Spanish Studies
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
History/International History/Teaching Option
BA
BA
/BOR
BA/BEd
BA
BA
/BEd
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
History & Philosophy of Science
BA
History of Science & Technology
BA
History & Theory of Architecture
BA
Horticultural Science
BSc
Hospitality & Tourism Management
BCom
BCom
Hotel & Food Administration
BCom
Housing & Real Estate Management
BCom
Human Biology/Behavioural Biology
BSc
BSc
Human-Computer Interaction (Computer Science)/ Human Oriented
Technology/(Psychology)
BA
BA
BSc
Human Ecology (Family Studies)/Family Studies
BA
BA
BSc
BSc
Human Ecology (Foods & Nutrition)
BSc
BSc
Human Geography/Teaching Option
BA
BA/BEd
BA
BA
BA
Human Kinetics
BSc
BSc
BA
BHK
Brock
Carleton
Guelph
Guelph-Humber
Lakehead
Laurentian
Algoma
McMaster
Nipissing
OCAD
Ottawa
Saint Paul
Queen's
RMC
Ryerson
Toronto
Mississauga
Scarborough
Trent
Trent @ UOIT
UOIT
Waterloo
Renison
St. Jerome's
Western
Brescia
Huron
King's
Wilfrid Laurier
Brantford
Windsor
York
Glendon
Program Name Human Resources Management/Industrial Relations with with with BAS BBA BCom BCom BCom BBA
Program Name
Human Resources Management/Industrial Relations
with
with
with
BAS
BBA
BCom
BCom
BCom
BBA
BCom
BCom
BBA
BBA
BA
BA
BA
BACS
BACS
BACS
BComm
BHRM
Human Rights/Humanism
BA
BPAPM
BA
Human Settlements
BES
Humanities
BHum
BA
BA
Hungarian Studies
BA
Hydrosciences
BSc
Illustration
BDes
Image Arts-Film Studies
BFA
BFA
Image Arts-Photographic Studies
BAA
BFA
BFA
Image Arts-The New Media
BFA
BFA
Immunology
BSc
Independent Studies/Individualized Studies
BI
BA
BA
BA
Indigenous Environmental Studies
BA
BSc
BES
Indigenous Learning/Studies
BA
BA/BEd
BA
BA
Industrial Design
BID
BDes
Industrial Engineering
BEng
BASc
BASc
Industrial/Mathematics/Microbiology
BSc
BSc
Industrial Relations
BCom
BA
BHRM
Information Systems & Human Behaviour
BA
Information Systems/& Management Systems
BA
BAS
BBA
BCom
BCom
BSc
iBBA
Information Technology/Management
BA
BAS
BBA
BA
BIT
BA
BCom
iBBA
BA
Infrastructure Engineering
BASc
Integrated Biology/Integrative Biology
BSc
BSc
Integrated Engineering
BEng
Integrated Media
BFA
Integrated Studies/Science/Teaching Option
BA
BSc
BA/BEd
BSc/BEd
BSc
Interior Design
BDes
BID
International Affairs
BA
BA
International Business/Economics/Trade
BCom
with
with
with
BBA
BBA
BIB
BBA
BCom
BA
BBA
BA
BA
BA
BACS
iBBA
BA
International Culture
BA
International Development (Studies)/International Development &
Globalization/Project Mgmt.
BA
BA
BSoSc
BA
BA BSc
BA
BA
BES
International Management/Business Management
BBA
BBA
BCom
iBBA
International Political Economy
BA
BA
International Relations/& Development Studies/History/Politics
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
International Studies /& Comparative Studies /& Modern Languages
BA
with
with
with
BA
BPAPM
BSoSc
BA
BA
many
many
many
BA
BA
BA
BA
Italian/Studies
with
with
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
many
with many
many
BA
BA
Japanese Studies
BA
BA
Jewish Studies
with
with
with
BA
BA
BA
many
many
many
Journalism/Broadcast Journalism
BJour
BAA
BJour
BJour
BA
Kinesiology/& Health Sciences
BKin
BKin
BA
BA
BA
BScKin
BKin
BSc
BSc
BPhEd
BSc
BSc
BA
BA
BSc
BHK
BSc
Labour Studies
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BHRM
Landscape Architecture
BLA
Language & Logic
BA
Language Teaching & Learning - French/Italian
BA
Latin American Studies/& Caribbean Studies
BA
BA
Latin/& English Studies
with
with
with
BA
BA
BA
BA
many
many
many
BA
BA
BA
BA
Law/Common Law/& Justice/
Justice Studies/& Policy/& Society
BA
BASc
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
Law Policy & Government
BA
Liberal Arts/& Professional Studies/Studies
BA
BA
BA
Liberal Science
BSc
BSc
BSc
Life & Environmental Physics
BSc
Life Sciences
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
Brock
Carleton
Guelph
Guelph-Humber
Lakehead
Laurentian
Algoma
McMaster
Nipissing
OCAD
Ottawa
Saint Paul
Queen's
RMC
Ryerson
Toronto
Mississauga
Scarborough
Trent
Trent @ UOIT
UOIT
Waterloo
Renison
St. Jerome's
Western
Brescia
Huron
King's
Wilfrid Laurier
Brantford
Windsor
York
Glendon
Program Name Linguistics/Languages & Linguistics BA BA BA BA BA BA BA BA BA BSc
Program Name
Linguistics/Languages & Linguistics
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BSc
BA
BA
BA
BA
Linguistics & Computing
BSc
Literary Studies/Great Books
BA
BHum
BA
BA
Logic
BA
Management/General Management/Science/Studies
BAS
BBA
with
with
with
BHRM
BBA
BAdmin
BBA
BCom
BA
BBA
many
many
many
BA
BComm
iBBA
Management Economics/ & Industry & Finance
BA
BCom
BBA
Management & Enterprise Development
BCom
Management/Public/Strategic
BBA
Management Systems/Business Systems/Information Systems
BAS
BCom
BBA
BCS
BCom
BCom
iBBA
Manufacturing Engineering /&Management
BEng
BASc
&
MGT
BEng
BASc
Marine & Freshwater Biology
BSc
Marketing
BAS
BBA
BBA
BCom
BCom
BBA
BCom
BBA
BBA
BCom
BCom
BBA
BComm
iBBA
Mass Communications
BA
BA
BA
Material Arts
BFA
BDes
Materials Engineering/& Metallurgical Eng.
BEng
BASc
BEng
Materials Science
BSc
BSc
BSc
Mathematical Economics
BMath
BA
Mathematical Physics/Mathematics & Physics
BMath
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BMath
Mathematics/Mathematical Sciences/Teaching Option
BA
BSc
BMath
BMath
BSc
BA
BA/BEd
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BMath/
BMath/
BSc
BA
BA
BSc/BEd
BMath
BSc
BSc/BEd
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BEd
BEd
BEd
BA
BA
BSc
BMath
BSc
BA
Mathematics & Business Administration/& Commerce/Finance/&
Systems Management
BBA
BBA
BBA
BMath
BMath
BMath
BA
BA
Mathematics & Engineering
BEng
Mathematics for Commerce
BA
BA
Mechanical Engineering
BEng
BEng
BEng
BASc
BEng
BEng
BEng
BASc
BEng
BASc
BEng
BASc
Mechanical Engineering: Automotive
BASc
Mechanical Engineering & Business /& Management
BEng
BA/
&
MGT
BEng
Mechanical Engineering: Computer Integrated Manufacturing
BEng
Mechanical Engineering/Materials
BEng
BEng
BASc
Mechatronics Engineering
BASc
Media/Media, Information & Technoculture/Studies
BA
BIT
BA
BA
BA
BA
Mediaeval Studies/Medieval Studies
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
Medical Anthropology
BSc
Medical Biophysics
Medical/ & Health Physics/Physics
BSc
BSc
Medical Laboratory Technology
BHSc
Medical Sciences/Radiation Sciences
BSc
BMSc
Mediterranean Studies
BA
Mennonite Studies
with
with
many
with many
many
Metalsmithing & Jewelry
BFA
BDes
MICA (Math Integrated with Computers & Applications)
BSc
Microbiology/& Immunology
BSc
BSc
BSc
BMSc
Midwifery
BHSc
BHSc
BHSc
Military & Strategic Studies
BA
Mineral Engineering/Mining Engineering
BEng
BEng
BASc
Mission Studies & Interreligious Dialogue
BA
Modern Languages/Cultures & Literatures/Literature
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
Molecular Biology/Genetics/Plant Biology
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
Movement Studies
BPhEd
BHK
Multicultural Studies
BA
BA
Multidisciplinary Studies
BA
BA
Multimedia/Interactive Multimedia
BA
BA
BIT
BA
BFA
BSc
BDes
Music/Teaching Option
BA
BA
BA
BMus
BA
BMA
BA
BMus
BMus
BA
BA/BEd
BA
BA
BA BMus
BA BMus
BA BMus
BA
BA
BA
BA
BMus
BMus
BMus
BFA
Music Administrative Studies
BA
Music Composition
BMus
BMus
BFA
Music Education
BMus
BMus
BMus
BMus
Brock
Carleton
Guelph
Guelph-Humber
Lakehead
Laurentian
Algoma
McMaster
Nipissing
OCAD
Ottawa
Saint Paul
Queen's
RMC
Ryerson
Toronto
Mississauga
Scarborough
Trent
Trent @ UOIT
UOIT
Waterloo
Renison
St. Jerome's
Western
Brescia
Huron
King's
Wilfrid Laurier
Brantford
Windsor
York
Glendon
Program Name Music History & Culture/& Theory BA BMus BA BMus BMus BMus BA Music
Program Name
Music History & Culture/& Theory
BA
BMus
BA
BMus
BMus
BMus
BA
Music Performance/Ensemble
BA
BMus
BMus
BMus
BMus
BMus
BFA
Music Theory & Composition
BMus
BMus
BMus
BMus
BFA
Music Therapy
BMusTh
Nanoengineering
BASc
Native Education/Native Studies Teaching Option
BA/BEd
BSc/BEd
Native Human Services
BSW
Native Language/Anishinaabemowin/Studies
BA
BA
BA
BA
Native Management & Economic Development
BA
BA
CESD
BBA
Natural Resources Management
BA
BSc
BSc
BES
Natural Science/Teaching Option
BSc
BOR/
BSc/BEd
Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations
BA
Network Technologies
BIT
Neural Computation
BSc
Neuroscience
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
New Media
BAA
BFA
BA
Northern Studies/& Polar Studies
BA
BSc
Nursing/Science
BScN
BScN
BScN
BScN
BScN
BScN
BScN
BScN
BScN
BScN
BScN
BScN
BScN
BScN
Nutritional Sciences
BSc
BSc
BSc
Occupational Health & Safety
BASc
Occupational Therapy
BSc
Oenology & Viticulture
BSc
Operations Research/Operational Research
BMath
BMath
BOR
Ophthalmic Medical Technology
BSc
Organizational Behaviour /&Human Resources
BBA
BACS
BACS
BACS
BACS
iBBA
Outdoor Adventure Leadership
BPhEd
Outdoor Recreation, Parks & Tourism
BA/BOR
BOR
BRLS
BSc/BOR
Palaeontology
BSc
Palliative Care & Thanatology
BA
Paramedicine
BSc
Past Environments
BSc
Pastoral Studies/Theology
BA
BA
Pathobiology
BSc
Peace & Conflict Studies
with
with
with
BA
BA
many
many
many
BA
Perception Psychology
BA
BSc
Pharmaceutical & Biological Chemistry
BSc
BSc
Pharmacology/Pharmacology & Toxicology
BSc
BMSc
Philosophy/Ethics & Public Affairs/Teaching Option
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA/BEd
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
Philosophy of Science
BA
Photography/Photographic Studies
BA
BFA
BFA
BFA
Photonics/Photonics Engineering
BEng
BSc
Physical Education/Physical & Health
BPhEd
BA/ BPhEd
BPhEd/
BSc/
BA
BA
BEd
BPHE
BPhEd
BPhEd
BSc
BHK
BSc
Physical Geography/& Environmental Geography/& Human
BA
BA
BA
BSc
BSc
BA
BA
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
Physical Resource & Environmental Assessment
BA
BA
BSc
BES
Physical Science(s)/Chemistry
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
Physical Therapy/Physiotherapy
BScPT
Physics/Applied Physics/Physics Teaching Option
BSc
BSc
BA
BSc
BSc/BEd
BSc
BSc
BSc/BEd
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc/BEd
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
Physics & Biology
BSc
Physics & Computer Science
BSc
BSc
BSc
Physics & Technology/& High Technology
BSc
BSc
Physiology/Comparative Physiology
BMSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
Planetary Science
BSc
BSc
BSc
Planning
BES
Plant Biochemistry
BSc
BSc
Plant Biology/Physiology & Metabolism/Science
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
BSc
Plant Biotechnology
BSc
Plant Pathology
BSc
Brock
Carleton
Guelph
Guelph-Humber
Lakehead
Laurentian
Algoma
McMaster
Nipissing
OCAD
Ottawa
Saint Paul
Queen's
RMC
Ryerson
Toronto
Mississauga
Scarborough
Trent
Trent @ UOIT
UOIT
Waterloo
Renison
St. Jerome's
Western
Brescia
Huron
King's
Wilfrid Laurier
Brantford
Windsor
York
Glendon
Program Name Plant Population, Biology & Evolution BSc Polish/Language Studies/Literature BA Politics
Program Name
Plant Population, Biology & Evolution
BSc
Polish/Language Studies/Literature
BA
Politics (Comparative)/Political Science/Pre
Law/Studies/Theory/Teaching Option
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA/BEd
BA
BA
BA
BSoSc
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
BA
Politics & Economics/Science & Economics for Management
Studies
BA
BA
Popular Culture
BA
BA
Population Studies
BA
BA
Portuguese/Ibero-American Studies
BA
Power & Everyday Life (Sociology)
BA
Prehistoric Archaeology
BA
Pre-Optometry/Pre-Health
BSc
Printmaking
BFA
BFA
Project Management
BArchSc
Psycholinguistics
BA
Psychology/Teaching Option
BA
BSc
BA
BA
BA/BEd
BA
BA
BA
BA