Planning Guide (PDF Version)
The following information is from UofT website: UofT Admission Requirments
* Credit transfer to university is not guaranteed and must be approved by the Department.
Admission consideration for transfer students will be based on a combination of academic record from post-secondary studies, cumulative grade point average (CGPA), most recent annual grade point average, results in prerequisite courses, English proficiency (if required) and academic performance in matriculation/high school, where applicable. Admission decisions are typically based on your CGPA, including final results for the current academic year, including second term. Conditional admission may be granted prior to the completion of the academic year based on a strong and consistent academic record, including strong results in prerequisite courses.
- A minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 3.30 is required
- Program prerequisites must be met at the senior high school level, or two full college-level semesters of an academic subject may be considered to satisfy a prerequisite.
- Entry into all Psychology programs requires Grade 12 Calculus and Grade 12 Biology (we will also accept these two courses taken at the college and university-level). Please note that these two requirements will not be waived.
- This is a limited enrolment program. Note there are different options depending on whether a student has completed between 4.0 and 7.5 credits (8 to 15 courses), or 8.0 or more credits (16 courses).
- The minimum requirement is one year of full-time study completed at a recognized university/college in a country where English is the dominant language. At least four full-year transferable courses (8 courses) completed with a grade of “C” in each course are required. Courses in progress will also be considered. A current, updated transcript is required.
Sample Transfer Plan to Year 2
Evaluated Course Equivalency (Recommended courses)
Course equivalencies are subject to change without notice. A course equivalency that appears below does not guarantee that transfer credit will be awarded. Final transfer credit decisions are determined by the appropriate faculty in consultation with the Office of the Registrar at University of Toronto. https://transferex.utoronto.ca
||University of Toronto, St. George
|ENGL 100 (3 credits)
|ENGL 101 (3 credits)
||Unspecified ENG 100 series level
|PSYC 101 (3 credits) & PSYC 102 (3 credits)
||PSY100H1 and Unspecified PSY100 series level
|MATH 104 (3 credits)
||Unspecified MAT 100 series level *
|BIOL 102 (4 credits
||Unspecified BIO 100 series level
|PSYC 218 (3 credits)
|PSYC 217 (3 credits) (with PSYC 102)
||Generic LTE 100 series level + PSY100H1
|COMM 292 (3 credits
* Exclusions: MAT133Y1 (2019) Notes: Differential Calculus
As admission to University of Toronto is very competitive, students who are aiming to apply to University of Toronto are encouraged to consider
other post-secondary institutions within British Columbia with similar Major program. For more options, please contact the Academic Advising office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
More information about a major in Psychology from University of Toronto: https://artsci.calendar.utoronto.ca/section/psychology.
Please note: Ensure you are using the most current version of this form. We are checking the requirements regularly, but the receiving university’s
transfer requirements can be changed anytime without notice. It is the student’s responsibility to make sure to meet UofT’s general admission requirements. https://future.utoronto.ca/apply/requirements/canadian-high-school-canadian-university-and-college/