University College sponsors three interdisciplinary undergraduate programs: Canadian Studies, Cognitive Science, and Health Studies. Additionally, the College sponsors UC One, an exciting, new set of small seminar classes for first-year students.
The benefits of enrolling in one of UC's signature, interdisciplinary programs include:
- accessing different ways of thinking
- meeting up with like-minded students
- interacting with leading instructors
- honing your writing skills and critical thinking skills
- becoming a more engaged student
- having the opportunity to do research at the undergraduate level
University College students also have the option to study in any undergraduate program offered by the Faculty of Arts & Science, not just the programs offered by the College. You don't have to be a UC student to enrol in UC sponsored programs; any student in the Faculty of Arts & Science can apply.
For more information on the academic programs offered by University College, please explore the individual program websites, call (416) 978-8083, or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Independent Study Courses
University College also has four independent study courses that give students an opportunity to design an independent research course at the 300- or 400-level not otherwise available within the Faculty. For more information on the eligibility requirements and application procedure to enrol in a UC Independent Study course, please click here.