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.
Students studying programs in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Statistics gain insights from all three disciplines, making them a versatile problem solver. Undergraduate students work closely with professors and graduate students in a supportive environment for a well-rounded learning experience. Upper-year students also get to stretch their creativity, entrepreneurial spirit, and technical knowledge with opportunities to create products with commercial potential.
Entry to the Computer Science, Mathematics & Statistics admission category is gained directly from high school. Applicants who have completed any postsecondary studies (including studies at other divisions at the University of Toronto) are not eligible for admission.
"I’ve found that what really helps me more than anything here in UTM is the community. I’ve met a lot of people from various backgrounds who have helped me build on myself and push me to success."
- Brendan, 1st year, Studies in Computer Science
Programs & Requirements
OUAC Program Code: TMZ
Approximate Competitive Average: Low to mid 80s (based on six Grade 12 "U" or "M" courses, including English (ENG4U) or equivalent)
Note: Meeting these minimum requirements does not guarantee you admission to the University. Admission is subject to space availability and competition.
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Our faculty enjoy a strong global reputation in varied fields of research from networking and software development to AI and designing household robots.
Professional Experience Year
2nd- and 3rd-year Computer Science students can apply for a practical work-based experience through U of T’s Professional Experience Year.
UTM has begun forging a robotics research and teaching cluster, which is an integral part of the University of Toronto’s new Robotics Institute.