Programs

Economics Programs

Economics programs are "TYPE 2" Subject POSts and therefore require specific courses, a minimum GPA and/or minimum course grades for enrolment. There are three steps to enrolling in a TYPE 2 Subject POSt. Refer to the UofTM Registration Guide. Enrolment in Economics programs is based on grades in ECO 100Y5 and, in some cases, MAT133Y5/134Y5/135Y5/137Y5 and a minimum cumulative GPA. 

Please note that programs are subject to change from year to year. It is advisable that you consult the current Academic Calendar and read entry requirements carefully. Students should also review Degree Requirements prior to selecting course. 

Economics Programs - Specialist, Major, Minor

Financial Economics Specialist

International Affairs Specialist

Economics & Political Science Joint Specialist

 

Certificate in Advanced Economics

The Certificate in Advanced Economics is open to students who seek a more formal and deeper analysis of economic models and their application. The requirements include core advanced courses in the three main fields of economics: microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics that will help prepare students for graduate and professional studies as well as provide valuable applicable skills for future careers. Completion of 2.0 credits with average grade of 65% or higher from the following list of courses: ECO325H5, ECO326H5, ECO375H5, ECO475H5. Students can request the Certificate on ACORN after completion of the first credit, up to the time they request Graduation. For more information, contact the Undergraduate Economics Advisor, ferzeen.sammy@utoronto.ca

Program Plans

At UTM there is a wealth of opportunities to experience! Program Plans are a quick and accessible overview of the many academic and co-curricular opportunities available to help you get the most out of your UTM experience. We know the choices can be overwhelming, so we've packaged these opportunities into plans that cater to your specific major/specialist program. Make sure to review all the Program Plans that interest you, because some suggestions will be specific to a particular year of a program, while others may apply to any year. Developing skills and gaining experience is cumulative – it all counts and adds up to building a foundation of skills and knowledge to use in courses, work and planning for your future. When you are ready, you can tailor your very own plan using the My Program Plan tool to incorporate suggestions from all the Program Plans that apply to you, as well as other opportunities that you may encounter.