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.

Program Plans have been updated for 2020-2021


 

Program Plans

Anthropology (HBA) - major 
Anthropology (HBSc) - major 
Art & Art History (HBA) - major 
Art History (HBA) - major 
Astronomical Sciences (HBSc) - specialist 
Behaviour, Genetics & Neurobiology (HBSc) - specialist Updated to Neuroscience (check under H-O)
Bioinformatics (HBSc) – specialist 
Biological Chemistry (HBSc) - specialist 
Biology (HBSc) - major 
Biology for Health Sciences (HBSc) - major 
Biomedical Physics (HBSc) - specialist 
Biotechnology (HBSc)– specialist 

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Chemistry (HBSc) - major 
Classical Civilization (HBA) – major 
Commerce (BCom) - specialist 
Commerce (HBA) - major 
Commerce: Accounting (BCom) - specialist 
Commerce: Finance (BCom) - specialist 
Commerce: Marketing (BCom) - specialist 
Comparative physiology (HBSc) - specialist 
Computer Science (HBSc)  - major 
Criminology, Law & Society (HBA) - major 
Culture, Communication, Information and Technology (HBA) – major 
Diaspora & Transnational Studies (HBA) – major 
Digital Enterprise Management (HBA) – specialist 

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History (HBA) - major 
History of Religions (HBA) - major 
Human Resource Management (BBA) - specialist 
Information Security (HBSc) - specialist 
International Affairs (HBA) – specialist 
Italian (HBA) - major 
Language, Teaching and Learning: French (HBA) - major 
Language, Teaching and Learning: French and Italian (HBA) - specialist 
Language, Teaching and Learning: Italian (HBA) - major 
Latin American and Caribbean Studies (HBA) - minor 
Linguistics (HBA) – major 
Management (BBA) - specialist 
Management (HBA, HBSc) - major 
Mathematical Sciences (HBSc) - major 
Molecular biology (HBSc) - specialist 
Neuroscience (HBSc) - specialist formerly Behaviour, Genetics and Neurobiology (HBSc)

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Paleontology (HBSc) - major 
Philosophy (HBA) - major 
Physics (HBSc) – major 
Political Science (HBA) - major 
Professional Writing and Communications (HBA) - major NEW!
Psychology (HBSc) 
Sociology (HBA) - major 
South Asian Humanities (HBA) - minor Coming soon!
Statistics, Applied (HBSc) - specialist 
Theatre and Drama Studies (HBA) – specialist 
Visual Culture & Communication (HBA) - specialist 
Women & Gender Studies (HBA) - major 

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