About the Program
Geography brings together many subjects of interest, ranging from community health issues, urban form and globalization to electoral politics, transportation and economic developmen
Honours Bachelor of Arts
After completing your first year, you'll be asked to confirm what program(s) you wish to study – your Programs of Study. They can be integrated in unique ways to obtain your U of T degree, but must be one of the following three combinations: one Specialist; or two Majors; or one Major and two Minors. You don't need to worry about that now, but if you'd like to learn more about this process, watch our handy video (7 min).
You apply to an admission category, which is a collection of similar programs. Once you've accepted an offer of admission to our campus, we go into greater detail about specific program and course selection options.
At the end of your first year, you will choose your program(s), which means that your first year is an excellent opportunity to explore the full breadth of offerings.
Regardless of what you study, remember that you will receive a prestigious University of Toronto degree when you graduate that tells everyone that you are ranked among the best in the world!
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The admission average is calculated with English (ENG4U) plus the next best five Grade 12 U or M courses. Meeting these minimum requirements does not guarantee you admission to the University. Admission is subject to space availability and competition.
The content in this section is based on requirements in the Ontario curriculum.
Find requirements to other common curricula:
- International Baccalaureate
- U.S.-Patterned Education
- British-Patterned Education
- French Baccalaureate
- Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE)
Please visit the Admissions section of our site for full requirements.
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A new study from U of T Mississauga earth science researchers reveals surprising new information about how powerful winds shape the landscape in a remote part of the Andes mountain range.
The Niagara Region is known for its wineries, tourist attractions, and proximity to the United States border. But UTM researchers have found that it’s also home to species at risk, and many could be delisted and stripped of protection under the More Homes, More Choice Act.
A U of T Mississauga research team has bored into the past, unlocking the secrets hidden beneath tree bark, to meticulously record the history of Klondike-era pollution – prompting a larger study of mercury contamination in the north.
Courses You Would Love
This course will spotlight how Canada, as a nation, is constructed through historical and contemporary systems of inclusions and exclusions. Taking a look at the social construction of "Canada" through the politics and production of spaces.
This course examines social geography in the North American context with a specific focus on identity/difference and inequalities in cities. This course examines social geography in the North American context.
Our focus in this course is the internal structure of the city. We examine the ways in which local experiences and conditions of urban life are shaped by social differentiation and processes of change.
Whether you want to land your dream job, conduct groundbreaking research, or start your own business, we can get you there. Here are resources to help you explore your career options.
Created by our Career Centre, the Careers by Major database identifies some potential career fields, how to gain related skills and experience, and useful resources and job samples. But always remember, your program of study doesn't have to determine your career!
Program Plans are quick and accessible overviews of the many academic and co-curricular opportunities available to help you get the most out of your UTM experience.
The Career Centre offers dozens of tip sheets with helpful information about topics related to searching for work, planning your career, and pursuing further education.
View to the U: An eye on UTM research
View to the U is a podcast that features U of T Mississauga faculty members from a range of disciplines who will illuminate some of the inner-workings of the science labs and enlighten the social sciences and humanities hubs at UTM.
On this episode of the podcast, Professor Tenley Conway talks about her work examining how human-environmental interactions impact the urban forests in cities and suburbs, and the diverse group of actors or the residents that end up shaping what she refers to as our “urban ecosystem.”
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Other Programs to Consider
This program provides students exposure to Sustainability practices and policies within Canada and across the globe. The interdisciplinary nature of this program will have students take classes in Geography, Sociology, and Political Science.
Anthropology is the study of humankind from its beginnings to the present day. Our program in Anthropology seeks to understand the whole panorama of human existence -- in geographic space and evolutionary time -- through comparative and holistic study.