Woodsworth College students admitted to the Faculty of Arts and Science may choose from a full range of courses and programs. Two of these programs are sponsored by Woodsworth College: Criminology and Employment Relations. These are interdisciplinary programs that combine courses from a number of academic departments in the faculty.
For students who have been out of high school for a number of years and who wish to enter the U of T but who don’t have the necessary academic qualifications, Woodsworth offers the Millie Rotman Shime Academic Bridging Program.
Out of the many 199Y courses available to first-year students, Woodsworth offers five for which preference is given to students who belong to the College.
Woodsworth is also the home of the International Summer Abroad program. Over 950 students travelled to 17 countries around the world in the 2011 summer session, completing Arts & Science courses.
The International Summer Program is an exciting new opportunity for students from around the world to be part of the University of Toronto, consistently regarded as the top university in Canada.
The Visiting Student Program enables students from North American universities to enroll in Arts and Science courses at the University of Toronto on a Letter of Permission from their home university. The program has recently been expanded to include international students to the Faculty of Arts and Science for the Summer session.
TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and Human Resources Management are Certificate Programs for students who have completed an undergraduate degree and are interested in pursuing careers in one of these fields. These programs offer theoretical and/or practical courses for professional development.
The THE500 courses are designed for doctoral graduate students interested in teaching at the university level and coordinated by Woodsworth College.