If you are admitted to the University of Toronto Scarborough, and you have previously taken courses or completed an undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto, you may be eligible for transfer credits. Select the option below that applies to you for more information about transfer credit.
Types of Applicants
Internal transfer from Faculty Arts and Science or University of Toronto Mississauga
If you are admitted to U of T Scarborough directly (i.e. no lapse in studies) from FAS or UTM, all of your courses and grades will be retained into your academic record at UTSC. You do not have to apply or pay for a transfer credit assessment. Former Faculty of Arts & Science or UTM students wishing to enter UTSC after completing studies at another post-secondary experience will need to apply and pay for a transfer credit on-admission assessment.
Internal transfer from other faculties outside of Arts & Science
If you are admitted to U of T Scarborough from another U of T Faculty (e.g. Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Music and John H. Daniels Faulty of Architecture, Landscape and Design, etc.), you will need to apply and pay for a transfer credit on-admission assessment.
Previous University of Toronto Scarborough experience
University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) undergraduate degree or non-degree (NDEG) students who are returning after an academic suspension of any length OR after no registration for three consecutive semesters (or more) and have taken courses at another post-secondary institution will need to follow the re-enrolment process and may be eligible for post-admission transfer credits.
Second Degree applicants
Students beginning a second degree are normally exempted from first year of the degree requirements by being granted 5.0 credits towards the completion of the degree (4.0 credits at the A-level and 1.0 credits at the B-level), regardless of the number of previous degrees held. To earn the second degree, students must complete a minimum further 15.0 credits as U of T Scarborough students. Please refer to the admissions Second Degree Studies page for more information.
Using your U of T credits
It is your responsibility to follow up with the appropriate academic department(s) to enquire how your credits may be used towards POSt entry requirements and subsequent program requirements.