Experiential Opportunities at UTM

The University of Toronto Mississauga offers many opportunities for students to gain practical, hands-on experience in their subject and gain course credit at the same time. Experiential learning provides a valuable forum for learning and academic, professional and personal growth for students; building close relationships between motivated students and faculty and community supervisors; and develops new platforms for collaboration and access between the university and the community.

Check out the links below for experiential opportunities available to incoming exchange students from each UTM department. Ensure that you have the equivalent prerequisite courses before applying to the course; syllabi list the necessary prerequisites and additional application material required (if applicable).

For additional research opportunities, please see iROPs, which offers undergraduate students the chance to work on  research one-on-one with some of the university's most renowned professors.

Experiential Opportunities by Subject

Anthropology

Biology

Chemical & Physical Science

Communication, Culture, Information & Technology (CCIT)          

Computer Science

Drama

Economics

Education Studies

English

Environmental Science

Fine Art History/Fine Art Studio

Forensic Science

Geography

History/History of Religion

Language Studies/Linguistics

Mathematics/Statistics

Professional Writing and Communication

Psychology

Visual Culture & Communication

Women & Gender Studies