Students who have graduated with a degree from the University of Toronto, or another accredited university, may apply in accordance with posted deadlines to begin a second degree.
Before applying, students are urged to consider if a second degree is required for their purposes. Applying to graduate school and need a higher GPA? A make-up year as a non-degree student may satisfy admission requirements for graduate school.
Students who successfully apply for a second degree may pursue either an Honours Bachelor of Arts (Honours BA) or an Honours Bachelor of Science (Honours BSc) degree.
A second degree may not include a program(s) in any of the same discipline(s) as the first degree. For example:
- A student awarded a first Honours BA including a program in English may not pursue a second Honours BA including a program in English
- A student awarded a first Honours BSc including a program in Psychology may not pursue a second Honours BSc including a program in Psychology.
Pursuing a second degree in a limited enrolment program:
- Students may need to complete prerequisite courses as a non-degree student prior to entering the second degree.
Please contact Admissions & Student Recruitment at the University of Toronto Scarborough for a copy of the application form. You may reach us at email@example.com.
If you graduated from the University of Toronto (St. George or U of T Mississauga), you will apply through an internal application.
If you completed your undergraduate studies at another accredited university, you will apply for a second degree using the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) 105 application.