Trinity One students in a seminar class

Study: Arts & Science

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Trinity College’s cutting-edge programs serve as examples of what the College does best across the humanities, social sciences and sciences. In our programs and courses, you will participate in small-group discussions, get to know your peers and study with our exceptional faculty. You will gain the skills – critical thinking, writing, research and public speaking – to prepare for your future.

For first-year students: in addition to the many programs and courses offered by the Faculty of Arts & Science, Trinity offers the Margaret MacMillan Trinity One Program. In upper years, you can enroll in one of Trinity’s competitive programs – Ethics, Society & LawInternational Relations or Immunology – that we sponsor on behalf of the Faculty of Arts & Science, or any of the Faculty’s 300 programs spanning the arts, science and business.

At Trinity, our impressive bursary and scholarship program, research and experiential learning opportunities, academic support services, student support services  (including health and wellness initiatives), and co-curricular and mentorship programs will help you flourish while you are here.

COURSE & PROGRAM SELECTION

Trinity students can enroll in and take courses offered by the Faculty of Arts & Science. The two main tools used for course selection and enrollment are:

If you have any questions about the Calendar or Timetable, or for help choosing a Program of Study, please contact Trinity’s Office of the Registrar at: registrar@trinity.utoronto.ca or 416-978-2687.

AFFILIATED CENTRES

These centres support undergraduate studies programs at Trinity College:

  • The Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History is a collaborative program between Trinity College and the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy. Located in offices at Trinity College, the program involves graduates and undergraduates, particularly those with interests in the fields of international relations, international history and international law. With a focus on contemporary international history, the Centre contributes to both teaching and research at the University of Toronto and involves undergraduates in the International Relations Program through special lectures, visiting professors, workshops and conferences.
  • Centre for Ethics is an interdisciplinary centre aimed at advancing research and teaching in the field of ethics, broadly defined. The Centre for Ethics is located in the Gerald Larkin Building on the Trinity campus.
  • Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy.