Amendments

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Any corrections or amendments made after the calendar was published on June 10, 2021 will be posted here. Please visit regularly to keep informed of updates.

Graduate Unit, Program, or Regulation

1. Collaborative Specialization in Women and Gender Studies

Amended on September 7, 2021.

Added more detail about the letter of intent for both master's- and doctoral-level applicants.

Original:

"Two-page statement of research intent explaining how the applicant’s course of study and specific research interests relate to women and gender studies at the master's level."

Amended:

"In order to be considered for the collaborative specialization, applicants must submit a two-page letter of intent focusing on work in women and gender studies. This letter should be addressed to the Admissions Committee for the Collaborative Specialization in Women and Gender Studies. Please note that this letter is separate and distinct from any letters submitted to the home graduate unit. In this letter, students must demonstrate their background and knowledge of the field. The collaborative specialization will only accept students who are able to demonstrate strength in the field of women and gender studies."

2. Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry; Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Amended on September 13, 2021.

Added the new emphasis in Waterpower for the Master of Engineering program.

3. Museum Studies

Amended on October 12, 2021.

Updated the grading scale of MSL4000Y Exhibition Project from letter grades to credit/no credit (CR/NCR).

4. Health Policy, Management and Evaluation

Amended on October 15, 2021.

For the Master of Science concentration in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety: corrected the program length to be full-time only; updated the application deadline from November 15 to November 30, 2021.

5. Music

Amended on November 8, 2021.

For the Master of Music Performance field in Instrumental: added the required course MUS4210H Introduction to Music Analysis as per the minor modification to program requirements approved in March 2017.

6. Management

Amended on November 16, 2021.

For the Executive Master of Business Administration program, field in Global Healthcare and the Life Sciences: RSM5023H Strategic Change and Implementation was listed as a continuous course. It has been corrected to be a regular course.

7. Health Policy, Management and Evaluation

Amended on December 8, 2021.

Revised the program requirements of the Master of Science concentration in System Leadership and Innovation, effective May 2022.

Original:

  • Completion of 5.0 full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • 2.0 required FCEs (HAD2001H; HAD2002H or HAD2012H; HAD2003H or HAD2013H; HAD2004H or HAD2007H)

    • 1.0 required practicum FCE (HAD2010H and HAD2020H or HAD2040Y)

    • 2.0 elective FCEs, of which a maximum 1.0 FCE can be a practicum; please consult with the department about electives

    • Students may elect to take up to 0.5 FCE on a Credit/No Credit basis. See the list of Credit/No Credit-eligible courses.

Amended:

  • ​​Completion of 5.0 full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • 2.0 required FCEs (HAD2001H, HAD2007H, HAD2012H, and HAD2013H)

    • 1.5 required FCEs in experiential learning: HAD2030H and HAD2040Y

    • 1.5 elective FCEs; please consult with the department about electives

    • Students may elect to take up to 0.5 FCE on a Credit/No Credit basis. See the list of Credit/No Credit-eligible courses.

8. Public Health Sciences

Amended on December 13, 2021: revised the program requirements and start date of the Master of Public Health field in Indigenous Health. Effective May 1, 2022.

Original:

Field: Indigenous Health
Program Requirements
  • Completion of 10.0 full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • 0.5 FCE core course: CHL5004H Introduction to Public Health Sciences

    • 0.5 FCE: CHL5300H Public Health Policy

    • 1.0 FCE in research methods: CHL5220H and CHL5811H or approved equivalents

    • 0.5 FCE: CHL5520H Indigenous Health

    • 0.5 FCE: CHL5521H Indigenous Practicum Preparation

    • 0.5 FCE: CHL5522H Indigenous Food Systems, Environment, and Health

    • 0.5 FCE: CHL5523H Indigenous Health and Social Policy

    • 0.5 FCE: CHL5524H: Indigenous Health Theory and Methods

    • 0.5 FCE: CHL5801H Health Promotion 1 or CHL5105H Social Determinants of Health

    • Minimum 1.0 FCE: practicum placement

    • Elective courses

    • Students may elect to take up to 0.5 FCE on a Credit/No Credit basis. See the list of Credit/No Credit-eligible courses below.

    • Full-time students normally require longer to complete the program, including time spent in the practicum placement.

Program Length

4 sessions full-time (typical registration sequence: F/W/S/F);
12 sessions part-time

Amended:

Field: Indigenous Health
Program Requirements
  • Completion of 10.0 full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • 0.5 FCE core course: CHL5004H Introduction to Public Health Sciences

    • 1.0 FCE in research methods: CHL5220H and CHL5811H or approved equivalents

    • 0.5 FCE: CHL5520H Indigenous Health

    • 0.5 FCE: CHL5521H Indigenous Practicum Preparation

    • 0.5 FCE: CHL5522H Indigenous Food Systems, Environment, and Health

    • 0.5 FCE: CHL5523H Indigenous Health and Social Policy

    • 0.5 FCE: CHL5524H Indigenous Health Theory and Methods

    • 0.5 FCE: CHL5801H Health Promotion 1

    • 0.5 FCE: CHLXXXX Indigenous Social Determinants of Health (pending approval)

    • Minimum 1.0 FCE: practicum placement

    • Elective courses

    • Students may elect to take up to 0.5 FCE on a Credit/No Credit (CR/NCR) basis. See the CR/NCR-eligible courses in the course list section.

    • Full-time students normally require longer to complete the program, including time spent in the practicum placement.

Program Length

5 sessions full-time (typical registration sequence: S/F/W/S/F);
12 sessions part-time

9. French Language and Literature

Amended on January 10, 2022.

In the Master of Arts program, Linguistics field, the admission requirement of five full courses was corrected to be seven courses:

"Concentration in French linguistics, with a minimum of seven full courses, or equivalent, in French. A minimum of three of the seven full courses, or equivalent, should be in the proposed area of study (i.e., linguistics).

10. Management, University of Toronto Scarborough

Amended on January 26, 2022.

Revised the timing of the Master of Accounting and Finance courses, effective May 2022.

Original:

Program Requirements

  • Coursework. Students must complete 8.5 full-course-equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • Session 1: Summer

      • MAF1001H Advanced Topics in Financial Reporting (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF1002H Strategy, Governance and Management Accounting (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF2001H Economics and Quantitative Methods (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF2002H Advanced Corporate Finance (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF2003H Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management I (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF4001H Advanced Seminar in Accounting and Finance I (Credit/No Credit, 0.0 FCE)

      • MAF5001H Technical Update in Financial and Management Accounting (Credit/No Credit, 0.0 FCE)

      • MAF5002H Finance Capstone Course I (Credit/No Credit, 0.0 FCE)

    • Session 2: Fall

      • MAF1003H Advanced Topics in Assurance (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF1004H Advanced Taxation (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF2004H Financial Statement Analysis and Equity Valuation (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF2005H Derivatives (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF2006H Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management II (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF3005H Integration and Analysis: Critical Thinking and Decision Making I (0.25 FCE)

      • MAF4002H Advanced Seminar in Accounting and Finance II (Credit/No Credit, 0.0 FCE)

      • MAF5003H Finance Capstone Course II (Credit/No Credit, 0.0 FCE)

    • Session 3: Winter

      • MAF4000H Co-op Internship (0.5 FCE)

    • Session 4: Summer

      • MAF1005H Current Issues in Accounting and Assurance (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF2007H Fixed Income (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF3001H Leadership in the 21st Century (0.25 FCE)

      • MAF3002H Strategy, Business Development and Sales (0.25 FCE)

      • MAF3003H Business Data Analytics (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF3004H Integration and Analysis: Board Report (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF3006H Integration and Analysis: Critical Thinking and Decision Making II (0.25 FCE)

      • MAF5004H Integrated Case Writing (Credit/No Credit, 0.0 FCE)

Amended:

Program Requirements

  • Coursework. Students must complete 8.5 full-course-equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • Session 1: Summer

      • MAF1002H Strategy, Governance and Management Accounting (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF2001H Economics and Quantitative Methods (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF2002H Advanced Corporate Finance (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF2003H Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management I (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF3001H Leadership in the 21st Century (0.25 FCE)

      • MAF3003H Business Data Analytics (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF3005H Integration and Analysis: Critical Thinking and Decision Making I (0.25 FCE)

      • MAF4001H Advanced Seminar in Accounting and Finance I (Credit/No Credit, 0.0 FCE)

      • MAF5002H Finance Capstone Course I (Credit/No Credit, 0.0 FCE)

    • Session 2: Fall

      • MAF1001H Advanced Topics in Financial Reporting (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF1003H Advanced Topics in Assurance (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF1004H Advanced Taxation (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF2004H Financial Statement Analysis and Equity Valuation (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF2005H Derivatives (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF3002H Strategy, Business Development and Sales (0.25 FCE)

      • MAF3006H Integration and Analysis: Critical Thinking and Decision Making II (0.25 FCE)

      • MAF5003H Finance Capstone Course II (Credit/No Credit, 0.0 FCE)

    • Session 3: Winter

      • MAF4000H Co-op Internship (0.5 FCE)

    • Session 4: Summer

      • MAF1005H Current Issues in Accounting and Assurance (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF2006H Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management II (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF2007H Fixed Income (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF3004H Integration and Analysis: Board Report (0.5 FCE)

      • MAF4002H Advanced Seminar in Accounting and Finance II (Credit/No Credit, 0.0 FCE)

      • MAF5001H Technical Update in Financial and Management Accounting (Credit/No Credit, 0.0 FCE)

      • MAF5004H Integrated Case Writing (Credit/No Credit, 0.0 FCE)