U of T Mississauga (UTM) offers you over 180 program options across more than 90 areas of study. Our undergraduate programs are grouped into the following 12 admission categories to help you explore them quickly and give you what you need to apply right at your fingertips.
Chemical & Physical Sciences
Study natural laws and processes of living and non-living matter, learn about the role of geographic information systems and environmental sustainability, or explore the great expanse of the universe.
The Commerce programs combine economics and the various sub-disciplines of management enabling you to develop analytical skills and gain knowledge of institutions using the resources of the Institute for Management & Innovation.
Communication, Culture, Information & Technology (CCIT)
Be prepared to take on tomorrow by acquiring the knowledge and developing skills for the fastest growing global sectors of technology and media at the Institute of Communication, Culture, Information and Technology.
Computer Science, Mathematics & Statistics
Do you want to build robots and develop autonomous systems? Interested in finding and patching vulnerabilities in computing systems? Are you fascinated by the possibilities of machine learning in data science? Whether considering a career in industry or graduate school, our programs will give you the skills you need and teach you to think analytically and creatively.
Dive into the study of physical evidence in a modern legal context, best defined as “science in service to the courts.”
Studies in the Humanities cultivate critical thinking, logic and communication through the exploration of cultures, languages, literatures, philosophy and history.
Life Sciences will intrigue those who are interested in the natural world, the organisms and mechanisms that shape it, and the discovery process that unravels its complexities.
The Management programs prepare you to become an effective member of organizations. Drawing on a balanced offering of rigorous intellectual frameworks from the social sciences, they cover the nature and working of organizations, and managerial functions.
Psychology programs emphasize the scientific method and its application to the study of behaviour and thought processes in humans and animals. Conduct leading edge research in areas such as child development, social behaviour, cognition, perception, personality and the biological basis of behaviour.
Whether you are considering law school, teaching, banking, government, consulting, or working for an international aid agency, the Social Sciences provide an excellent foundation through examination of the relationships between the individual, society and the environment.
Theatre & Drama
A unique partnership in theatre training, offered jointly between UTM and the Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, you will receive expert practical training in acting, balanced with a thorough exploration of dramatic history, theory and literature in this longstanding program.
Explore the meaning and power of images and their impact on our lives. Study and learn how to shape contemporary visual culture through our programs in this area.
Admission Categories vs. Programs
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!
You may only select one admission category when applying to the University of Toronto Mississauga. If you are interested in more than one program below, we recommend applying to the one that best represents your academic goals, or if you can't decide between the two, choose the one with the most prerequisite subjects or highest grade requirement.