The Liberal Arts to U of T Scarborough Pathway is designed to help qualified Centennial College students interested in pursuing studies at U of T transition smoothly from diploma to degree, earning both in as little as four years.
Through the Pathway program, students enrolled in the Liberal Arts program at Centennial College may take courses at U of T Scarborough as visiting students. Upon successful completion of the diploma, Pathway students may begin full-time studies at the University and will receive up to 6.0 transfer credits from Centennial College plus a minimum of 0.5 credits from U of T Scarborough towards a degree in one of the following program areas:
- Social Science & Humanities
- Psychological & Health Sciences (Gr. 12 U Math and Biology or their equivalents are required for transfer to these programs)
- Visual & Performing Arts, Arts Management and Media
Benefits of the Transfer Pathway
- Diploma plus degree earned
- Eligible for up to 6.0 full credits towards a U of T degree
- Option to take U of T Scarborough visiting degree courses
- Satisfies U of T Scarborough admission requirements
- Smooth entry from college to university
- Two enriching post-secondary experiences
Admission Criteria for U of T Scarborough
- Successful completion of the 2-year (4-semester) Liberal Arts diploma program at Centennial College
- Minimum program GPA of 3.0 from Centennial College
- Completed U of T Scarborough transfer application
How to Apply
Are you in the Liberal Arts Transfer program?
- Speak to your program coordinator at your college to determine your eligibility.
- Email the Pathways staff at U of T Scarborough for more information.
Are you a new student considering entry into U of T Scarborough through a college program?
- Contact the appropriate program coordinator at Centennial (see below).
The Entire Pathway from Diploma to Degree
Centennial Liberal Arts Program Transfer Credits
Students are required to obtain at 60% or higher in each course in order to receive transfer credit
UTSC Equivalent Course
|GART-160 Concepts in Humanities||ACMA01H3|
|GART-220 Critical Thinking Across Disciplines||ENGA**H3|
|GART-200 Twentieth Century History||HISA**H3|
|GART-244 Human Development||PSYB20H3|
|GART-123 Introduction to Philosophy||PHLA10H3|
|ENGL-235 Canadian Multicultural Literature||ENGA**H3|
|ENGL-237 Genocide Literature||ENGA**H3|
|LART-312 Ethical Reasoning||PHLA11H3|
|LART-334 Social & Moral Issues||HLTA**H3|
|LART-469 Popular Culture||MDSA01H3|
|LART-401 Abnormal Psychology||PSYB32H3|
|LART-411 Environmental Issues||EESA**H3|
Centennial College Contact
University of Toronto Scarborough Contact
Jenny Hickman, MA
University of Toronto Scarborough