As the COVID-19 pandemic situation continues to evolve, the Faculty has determined that Fall term classes will be delivered remotely. Online - Synchronous: Course may be completed fully online; some required real-time activities will be held online, as scheduled in the timetable. Please find course listings for both sessions below. For thousands of years it has been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit River. The Changing Role and Purpose of Higher Education, The Construction of Race in America: A History, Belonging, Imagination and National Identity, Understanding the Performing Arts: Interpretation and Expression, Evaluating Healthcare: Problems and Solutions, Cultural Forms and Their Meanings: People and Ideas, Ideas and Their Consequences: Literary and Artistic Realms of the Imagination, Ideas and Their Consequences: Isolation and Communion in Modern Culture, Common Vices and Neglected Virtues: Intro to Ethics of Character, Identity and Equality in the Public Sphere, Methodology, Theory and Practice in the Natural Sciences, Philosophy of Science for Physical Scientists, Events in the Public Sphere: World Affairs, Individuals and the Public Sphere: Shaping Memory, Individuals and the Public Sphere: History, Historiography and Making Cultural Memory, Events in the Public Sphere: Social Justice, Prosperity, Justice, and Sustainability: Introduction to Public Policy, Corporate Citizenship, Sustainability, and Ethics, Science Wars: Society and the Limits of Scientific Knowledge, Child and Adolescent Development in Education, Communication and Conflict Resolution in Education, Ethical Enterprise and Critical Reflection, A Study of Chinese Literature and Culture, Reviewing, Reception, and Reading Communities, Advanced Topics in Literature and Critical Theory, Capstone Seminar: Community-Engaged Research, Capstone: Learning Communities and Higher Education, Introduction to Academic Studies in the Sciences, Introduction to University Studies in Mathematics, Introduction to University Studies in Chemistry, Order and Disorder I: Issues and Perspectives, Order and Disorder II: Problems and Solutions, From Rayguns to Light Sabers: Science Fiction in Contemporary Culture, Indigenous Knowledge and Storytelling in Toronto, Virtual Worlds: Introduction to Spatial Digital Humanities, Texts, Theories, Histories (formerly WGS262H1/WGS262Y1), Studies in Queer and Trans (formerly WGS272H1/WGS272Y1), Land-ing: Indigenous and Black Futurist Spaces, Advanced Topics in Women and Gender Studies, Independent Study in Women and Gender Studies Issues, Translating Sexuality: Queer Migration, Queer Diasporas, Faculty of Arts & Science, University of TorontoSidney Smith Hall100 St. George Street, Toronto, ON M5S 3G3. Important Note About S Courses: The delivery mode for Winter 2021 S courses is being considered across the University. In these circumstances, please be advised that the manner of delivery of courses, co-curricular opportunities, programs, and services is subject to change, in accordance with university policies. A Post Mortem of Political Disasters, Catastrophic Policy Failures, and Epic Marches of Folly, Settler Colonialism and Enduring Indigeneity, Political Theory: Visions of the Just/Good Society, International Relations in the Anthropocene, Intelligence, Disinformation, and Deception: Challenges of Global Governance in the Digital Age, Globalization and Development: Issues and Challenges, Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning II, European Union: Politics, Institutions and Society, Social Movements in Europe and North America, Gender, Politics, and Public Policy in Comparative Perspective, Enlarging Europe: The European Union and Its Applicants, Global Political Economy I: History and Theory, Global Political Economy II: Policy and Analysis, Global Environmental Governance from the Ground Up, Politics and Government of Southeast Asia, Political Economy of Technology: From the Auto-Industrial to the Information Age, Federalism and Diversity in Canada (and Beyond), Topics in United States Government and Politics, The Canadian Welfare State in Comparative Perspective, Politics of Growth in Developing Countries, Authoritarianism in Comparative Perspective, Advanced Topics in International Political Economy, Critical Periods, Brain Plasticity and Development, Theories of Psychopathology and Psychotherapy, Laboratory in Social Psychological Field Methods, Research Specialization: Theoretical Foundations, Social Psychology of Interpersonal Relationships, Motivational Theories in Social Psychology, Cognitive Dysfunction in Neurological Disorders, Enchantment, Disenchantment, Re-Enchantment, Dystopia: Religion & Gender in Science Fiction, Modern Atheism and the Critique of Religion: Hobbes to Kant, Roots of Early Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism, Dreaming of Zion: Exile and Return in Jewish Thought, Kabbala: A History of Mystical Thought in Judaism, Rama of Ayodhya: From Literature to Politics, Biohacking Breath - Experiential Learning, Devotional Literature of Early Modern India, Religion and Philosophy in the European Enlightenment, Data Analytics with Financial Accounting Information, The Opposable Mind: Approaches to Integrative Thinking, Financial Reporting and Control: Theory and Contemporary Topics, Critical Thinking, Analysis and Decision Making, Analysis of Banking Financial Institutions and Instruments, Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation, Private Equity and Entrepreneurial Finance, Managing People in the Context of Globalization, Management Science Modeling with Spreadsheets, Introduction to HIV/AIDS: Health, Sexuality and Gender (formerly UNI237H1), Sex and the Epidemic: Social Work, HIV, and Human Sexuality, Sexual Diversity in Transnational Perspective, Advanced Research in Sexual Diversity Studies, Sexual Representations: Critical Approaches in Porn Studies, Elementary Estonian Language and Culture I, Elementary Estonian Language and Culture II, Intermediate Estonian Language and Culture I, Intermediate Estonian Language and Culture II, Hot Reads from a Cool Country: Contemporary Finnish Literature, Elementary Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian, Slavic Languages through Creative Writing, Writing with Images: Eastern and Central European History Through the Graphic Novel, After Communism: Literature and Art Post-1989, Literature of the Ukrainian-Canadian Experience, Women and Women's Themes in Ukrainian Literature, Firebirds and Other Wonders: The World of Slavic Folklore, Conversations-Inspirations: Everyday Polish, Breaking Away from Empire: Ukrainian Fiction Since Independence, Introduction to Russian Poetry and Poetics, Introduction to Sociology I: Sociological Perspectives, Introduction to Sociology II: Sociological Inquiries, Global Cities and Urban Refugees: Connecting South and North, Future “Agents” & Social Relations: Considering Sociology in a World of Robots, Cyborgs, Bioengineered Agents & Tools, Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Sociology, Asynchronous, In Person – Synchronous (Limited Seating) & Online – Synchronous, Introduction to Qualitative Methods in Sociology, Intermediate Quantitative Methods in Sociology, Intermediate Qualitative Methods in Sociology, Deconstructing 'Muslim American' - Race, Nationalism, and Religion, Sociology of Mental Health and Mental Disorders, Introduction to Latin American Studies I: Foundational Themes, Introduction to Latin American Studies II: Current Issues, Accelerated Spanish Through Community Engaged Learning, Introduction to Hispanic Literary Studies, Introduction to Hispanic Cultural Studies, Latin American Varieties of Spanish Through the Media, Spanish American Women in Art, Film, and Literature, Icons and Iconography in Latin American Culture, Decipher Financial Puzzles in the Media and Pop Culture, Financial Principles for Actuarial Science I, Applied Probability for Actuarial Science, Financial Principles for Actuarial Science II, Basic Reserving Methods For P&C Insurance, Basic Ratemaking Methods For P&C Insurance, Professional Experience in Actuarial Science, Insurance Products and Regulation with AXIS, An Introduction to Statistical Reasoning and Data Science, Probability, Statistics and Data Analysis I, Probability, Statistics and Data Analysis II, Statistics and Scientific Inquiry in the Life Sciences, Statistical Methods for Machine Learning I, Statistical Methods for Machine Learning II, Theory and Methods for Complex Spatial Data, Statistical Consultation, Communication, and Collaboration, SMC One: The McLuhan Seminar in Creativity and Technology, SMC One: The Boyle Seminar in Scripts and Stories, SMC One: The Gilson Seminar in Faith and Ideas, SMC One: The Gilson Seminar in Faith and Rome, The Sistine Chapel: History, Imagery, Usage, Christianity and Society Through the Ages, Special Topics in Book and Media Studies I, Special Topics in Book and Media Studies II, St. Michael's College Independent Studies, Independent Study in Book and Media Studies, Independent Studies in Christianity and Culture, Advanced Topics in Book and Media Studies I, Advanced Topics in Book and Media Studies II, Research Seminar in Christianity and Culture, Canadian Health Policy in the Global Context, Environmental Science and Pathways to Sustainability, Disaster and Terrorism: Religion and Ethics at Ground Zero, Public Health in Canada: Health for the 21st Century, Canadian Health Policy: Past, Present and Future, The Last Roman: Boethius, his Consolation of Philosophy, and the Legacy of the Ancient World, In the Shadow of the Vikings: Depictions of the Early Norse in Medieval, Modern, and Post-Modern Culture, The Viking Phenomenon: Commerce, Conflict, and Communication along Europe’s Frontiers, 7th – 15th Century, Classical Social and Political Thought from the 18th Century Enlightenment to the 20th Century, Ordering International Relations in the Age of Empire, Sustainability Issues in Ethics, Society, and Law, Scarcity, Sustainability, and the Future of International Relations, Community Research Partnerships in Ethics, Researching Critical Cases in Contemporary International Relations, Comparative American, British and Canadian Foreign Policy, Fragile and Conflict-Affected States in Global Politics, Science Writing for Non-Scientific Audiences, Canada, Colonialism and Settler Relations, Independent Study in Asian Canadian Studies, Independent Research in Canadian Studies (formerly UNI425H1), Introduction to Cognitive Science (formerly JUP250Y1, UNI250Y1), Issues in Cognitive Science I: Attention, Perception, and Consciousness, Issues in Cognitive Science II: Concepts, Theories of Mind, and Cognitive Evolution, Issues in Cognitive Science V: Cognitive Science and Society, Introduction to Health: Determinants of Health & Health Care, Introduction to Research Methods in Health Studies, Case Studies in Health Policy (formerly UNI408H1), Why Go to University? In other words, much like Hip Hop culture, this course is designed for everyone. Check the Academic Dates & Deadlines to find your course enrolment dates. Click here for resources, Click here to access previous years’ timetable and course offerings, Fall 2020 final timetable – weekly calendar view, Winter 2021 draft timetable – weekly calendar view, Fall & Winter 2020-21 tentative timetable – table view, Winter 2021 tentative timetable – weekly calendar view, Summer 2020 timetable – weekly calendar view, BI Summer 2020 timetable – weekly calendar view, Summer 2020 course enrolment dates and other important information, BI_Fall_2019_final as of November 27, 2019. HAD5742H: course added: May 13: Timetable posted: Winter 2021. The Daniels Faculty undergraduate timetable includes all undergraduate Architectural Studies [ARC], Visual Studies [VIS], and Joint Architectural Studies and Visual Studies courses [JAV]. St. George, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, University of Toronto Mississauga and University of Toronto Scarborough. Some limited and non-mandatory in-person elements may be included in a course at the discretion of the instructor. More information will be provided once it is available. Course Finder is the University of Toronto's official publicly available list of undergraduate courses for the Faculty of Arts & Science ? During this period, certain groups of students are given priority for enrolment into certain courses. Decisions regarding courses that cannot be accommodated online or that are to be cancelled will be communicated to students who have registered in those courses. The University of Toronto is a globally top-ranked public research university in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Historical Narratives of Caribbean Decolonisation, Topics in the Social and Cultural History of Victorian Britain, The History of Psychiatry and Psychiatric Illness, Japan in the World, Mid-16th to Mid-20th century, Introduction to History and Philosophy of Science, The Influence of the Eugenics Movement on Contemporary Society, History and Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence, Biology and the Future: Science and Science Fiction, Topics in History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, A History Lab: Biomedical Sciences, Past and Present, Quantifying the World: the Debates on the Ethical and Epistemic Implications of AI and Automation, Modifying and Optimizing Life: on the Peculiar Alliance between AI, Biology, and Engineering, The Story of Number: Mathematics from the Babylonians to the Scientific Revolution, Rebels Who Count: The History of Mathematics from 1700 to the Present, Health, Medicine, and Society: Stories and Histories, Special Research Opportunity in History of Medicine, Special Research Opportunity in History of Science, Special Research Opportunity in History of Technology, Special Research Opportunity in Philosophy of Science I, Special Research Opportunity in Philosophy of Science 2, Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology of the Synapse, Introduction to Fundamental Genetics and its Applications, Ethical Considerations in Emerging Technology, Seminar in Fundamental Genetics and its Applications, Selected Topics in Molecular Cell Biology, Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Diseases, Scientific Methods and Research in Immunology, Introduction to Indigenous Truth and Resilience, Introduction to Indigenous Studies: Foundations, History and Politics, Indigenous Worldviews, Spiritual and Healing Traditions, Introduction to Kanien’kéha (Mohawk Language), Ecological Interactions: Intro to Indigenous and Western Sciences, Indigenous Environmental Science and Practice, Worldviews, Indigenous Knowledges, and Oral Tradition, Indigenous Leadership, Policy and Practices in Canada, Research and Ethics in Indigenous Studies, Telling the Stories of the City: Writing Creative Non-Fiction, Writing Literary Journalism: Telling the Stories of the City, Hoboes, Geniuses and Immigrants: Otherness in Contemporary Culture, Theories of Rhetoric: A Brief History of Persuasion, A Multidisciplinary Introduction to Urban Studies I: Theoretical Foundations of City Building, A Multidisciplinary Introduction to Urban Studies II: Urban Challenges and Theoretical Application, Strategic Writing in Business and the Professions: Theory and Practice, Writing in Business and the Professions for Rotman Commerce students, Independent Studies in Writing and Rhetoric, Urban Experiential Learning in Toronto & the GTA, Cities and Mega-events: Place-making, Contestation and Urban Citizenship, Why We Work: Understanding Work Through the Prism of Art & Culture, HRM for Industrial Relations and HR Professionals, Finance and Accounting for HR/IR Professionals, Research & Analytics for Industrial Relations and Human Resources, Canadian Employment Law & the Non-Union Workplace, Canadian Labour Law & the Unionized Workplace, Working as an Internal Organizational Consultant, The Fine Art of Murder: Reading Detective Fiction, Italian Fascism and Global Responses: The Dark Side of Italianità, Major Italian Authors in Translation: from Dante to Tasso, Major Italian Authors in Translation: from Marino to Calvino, Dante: Vita Nuova and Divina Commedia (Inferno), Dante: Divina Commedia (Purgatorio and Paradiso), The Prose of the World: The Modern Italian Novel and the Realist Tradition, Italian Language and Italian Dialects in Toronto, Introduction to the Biochemistry of Human Disease, Pathobiology of the Cardiovascular System, Genetic Modelling of Human Development and Disease, Pathobiology of Neurodegenerative Disease, Introduction to Linguistics: Sound Structure, Introduction to Linguistics: Sentence Structure and Meaning, Asynchronous / In Person – Synchronous (Limited Seating) & Online – Synchronous, Language Diversity and Language Universals, Linguistic Typology and Constructed Languages, Language Variation and Change: Theory and Analysis, Introduction to Analysis and Argumentation, Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, Independent Readings in Applied Mathematics, Cryptology: The Mathematics of Secrecy and Security, Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations, Introduction to Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry, Languages and Methods for Medieval Studies, An Introduction to Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, Whole-Genome Sequencing and Analysis Laboratory, Signal Transduction and Cell Cycle Regulation, Introduction to Music History and Culture, Rebels, Misfits, and Outcasts in Modern Arabic Literature, Iranian Women Reveal their Lives: the First Generation, Love, Battle, and Wit: Classics of Premodern Arabic Literature, The Archaeology of Gods, Ghosts, Witches and Demons, Archaeology in War Zones: Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Early Islamic History: The Prophet and the Caliphates, The Turks in History: From Nomads of the Steppe Frontier to Islamic Rulers, Topics in Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations, Topics in Judaism and Feminism: Conflict, Competition, Complement, Farmers to Pyramid Builders: Cultural and Political History of Ancient Egypt I, Hyksos Subjects to Empire Builders: Cultural and Political History of Ancient Egypt II, History of Iran: From the Sasanians to the Safavids, Christian Literature from the Middle East in Translation, Possible Worlds: Arabic Speculative Fiction, The Ottoman Empire in the Age of Reform, 1808-1918, Gender and Sexuality in Modern Middle Eastern Cultures, Life Cycle and Personal Status in Judaism, Muslims, Christians, and Jews in the Ottoman Empire, Iconography of the Art and Material Culture of the Islamic World, Sacred and Secular Spaces: Mesopotamian Architecture in Context, Research Seminar on Ancient Jewish Literature, Advanced Topics in Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, Mesopotamian Material Culture: Art and Artifacts, Introduction to Ge'ez (Classical Ethiopic), Ancient Egyptian Religious and Funerary Texts, Theory and Practice of Translation from and into Persian, The Canadian Census: Populations, Migrations and Demographics, We Are What We Eat: The Example of French Cuisine, Introduction to Critical Equity and Solidarity Studies, Introduction to Critical Disability Studies, Africa in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities, Caribbean Visual Arts, Social Media and Performance, Science of Wisdom: Buddhist and Western Traditions, Special Topics in Buddhism, Psychology and Mental Health, Theorizing Settler Colonialism, Capitalism and Race, Body Matters: Oppression, Solidarity and Justice, Community Organizing and Global Solidarity, Online - Synchronous / In Person – Synchronous (Limited Seating) & Online – Synchronous, Global Perspectives on the Haitian Revolution, Advanced Special Topics in Buddhism, Psychology and Mental Health, Mindfulness Meditation: Science and Research, Food Systems and the Politics of Resistance, Anti-Colonization and the Politics of Violence, Contemporary Theories in Critical Disability Studies, Conflicts, Negotiations and Peacebuilding in Africa, Decolonizing Research Methodologies for New Researchers, Nutrition Literacy: Sorting Science from Snake Oil, Nutrition, Athletics, Performance and Behavior, Vitamin and Mineral Metabolism Throughout the Life Cycle, Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals in Human Nutrition, Diet, Microbiome & Health (formerly Nutritional Microbiology), Research Projects in Nutritional Sciences, Research Readiness and Advancing Biomedical Discoveries, Introduction to Pharmacology and Pharmacokinetic Principles, Research Experience in Pharmacology & Toxicology, Experimental Approaches in Drug Discovery, Understanding the Role of Pharmacology and Toxicology in Society, Pharmacology and Toxicology in Drug Development, The DNA Damage Response in Pharmacology and Toxicology, The Molecular and Biochemical Basis of Toxicology, Topics in 17th and 18th Century Philosophy, Freedom, Responsibility, and Human Action, Modal Logic and Philosophical Applications of Logic, In Person – Synchronous (Limited Seating) & Online – Synchronous / Online - Synchronous, Dark Matter and Dark Energy are the New Black, The Physics of Science Fiction and Gaming, Current Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics, Introduction to Physiologic Adaptations of Marine Mammals, Topics in Cellular, Molecular and Organismic Physiology I, Topics in Cellular, Molecular and Organismic Physiology II, Pregnancy and Birth: From Implantation to Newborn Life, Cellular and Molecular Basis of Endocrine Disorders, Integrative Metabolism and its Endocrine Regulation, Mechanisms of Neural and Endocrinal Secretion, Molecular Aspects of Cardiovascular Function, The Real World of Politics: An Introduction, Contemporary Challenges to Democracy: Democracy in the Social Media Age, What 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