Transfer / Advanced Credit

General Policy on the Transfer of University Course Credits

To facilitate program completion by undergraduate students seeking to transfer course credit from an accredited university to McMaster, the University has implemented the following principles:

  • Acceptance of transfer credits from accredited universities shall be based on the recognition that, while learning experiences may differ in a variety of ways, their substance may be essentially equivalent in terms of their content and rigour. Insofar as possible, acceptance of transfer credit shall allow for the maximum recognition of previous learning experience in university-level courses; 
  • Subject to degree, grade and program requirements, any course offered for credit by an accredited university shall be accepted for credit by McMaster when there is an essential equivalency in course content. However, no course for which a grade of less than C- (60%) has been achieved will be considered. 
  • Evaluation of all possible transfer credits available at the time of admission must be completed within one year of the date of admission to the University. 

General Policy on the Transfer of Credits From Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology

Normally, if you are a well-qualified graduate of a three-year program and the college work is appropriate to your chosen university program, you could receive up to 30 units of transfer credit. If you have completed a two-year program and performed well, transfer credit will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

Credit beyond this may be given on an individual basis where the college and university programs are in similar areas, and where your academic record warrants special consideration.

In the granting of credit, attention will be given to;

  • your performance in the college program;
  • the duration of the college program;
  • the program taken at the college and the program to which entry is sought;
  • your secondary school record.

Each case will be considered individually on its own merits for the program desired.
Evaluation of all possible transfer credits available at the time of admission must be completed within one year of the date of admission to the University. 

For more information on equivalent courses at other international/Canadian universities and colleges, please refer to our Pre-approved Equivalent Courses Chart.

Transferring Advanced Credit for High School Courses

Subject to the discretion of the Faculty, advanced credit may be granted if you have completed the International Baccalaureate (I.B.) Diploma, the Advanced Placement (A.P.) Program or the General Certificate of Education (G.C.E.) and you have met the minimum requirements prescribed. Advanced credit may shorten your degree program at McMaster.

General Certificate of Education (G.C.E.)

Applicants from the General Certificate of Education system require five G.C.E. subjects at least two of which must be at the Advanced Level with the balance of the subjects at the Ordinary Level. Advanced Level subjects must be appropriate to your chosen program.

International Baccalaureate (I.B.) Diploma

Applicants who have completed or will be completing the International Baccalaureate Diploma will be considered for admission to Level I, provided the completed diploma program includes the subject requirements of the program desired. Advanced credit of up to 18 units of study will be considered for Higher Level (HL) courses based on the achievement of final IB Diploma or Certificate grade of 5 or greater.

Advanced Placement (A.P.) Courses/Examinations

Applicants who have completed AP courses will be considered for admission to a Level I program. Applicants who have completed A.P. exams through the College Board in acceptable courses and achieve a minimum grade of 4 will be considered for up to 18 units of advanced credit. PLEASE NOTE: A.P. results from students who have completed the examinations as a challenge and have not taken the course at high school will not be considered as having completed the required prerequisite courses for admission consideration. For all students who have completed the full AP courses and the examinations through the College Board, an official copy of the final Advanced Placement Examination Results Report from the College Board is required as part of the evaluation process.



University Credit Transfer Consortium

McMaster University has joined with the following six Ontario universities to make it easier for students to get credit for courses already completed. Students who have completed any first-year humanities, social sciences and science degree courses at University of Ottawa, Queen’s University, University of Guelph, University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, or Western University, with a minimum grade of 60%, are assured of general, first-year credit upon admission to McMaster University.

Among the seven-member University Credit Transfer Consortium, we will grant specific course credit for 20 of the most highly subscribed first-year and second-year basic courses. Consortium members are committed to ensuring that all courses within our degrees meet standards of high quality and that our basic courses adequately prepare for more focused learning in higher years. Completing any of these foundational courses at any consortium member university will satisfy the program prerequisite requirement that the corresponding McMaster University course would satisfy, subject to meeting grade requirements. Please review the chart below for transfer information of specific courses. A printable .pdf version of the chart is also available: printable version



  • Applicants transferring from a Consortium institution are not limited to receive credit for the courses listed as part of the Consortium Matrix only.  Courses not included in the matrix will be considered for transfer credit under our general guidelines listed above.
  • Students must meet the McMaster university residency requirement to complete a minimum of 10.0 full credits at McMaster  (the equivalent of two years of full-time study) to be eligible to receive a degree from McMaster University.

Course Topic

McMaster University

Queen’s University

of Guelph

University of Ottawa
(all courses 0.5 weight)

University of Toronto

University of Waterloo

Western University


ANTHROP 1AA3 (0.5): Introduction to Anthropology: Sex, Food and Death

ANTHROP 1AB3 (0.5): Introduction to Anthropology: Identity, Race and Power

Does not have Anthropology. Unspecified credit will be provided.

ANTH 1150 (0.5):
Introduction to Anthropology

ANTH 1120 (0.5):
Biological Anthropology

ANT 1101: Social and Cultural Anthropology
(Fr. ANT 1501)

STG-FAS: ANT 100Y1 (1.0): Introduction to Anthropology

UTM: ANT 101H5 (0.5): Introduction to Biological Anthropology and Archaeology

UTM: ANT 102H5 (0.5): Introduction to Sociocultural and Linguistic Anthropology

UTSC: ANT A02H3 (0.5): Introduction to Anthropology: Society, Culture and Language

UTSC: ANT A01H3 (0.5): Introduction to Anthropology: Becoming Human

ANTH 101 (0.5): Human and Cultural Evolution

ANTH 102 (0.5): Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology

ANTHROPOLOGY 1025F/G (0.5): Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology

ANTHROPOLOGY 1026F/G (0.5): Introduction to Biological Anthropology and Archaeology

ANTHROPOLOGY 1027A/B (0.5): Introduction to Linguistics

ANTHROPOLOGY 1020E (1.0): Many ways of being human

ART HISTORY – Introduction

ART HIST 1A03 (0.5): Introduction to the Study of Art and Visual Culture

ART HIST 1AA3 (0.5): Introduction to the History of Art

ARTH 120 (1.0): Art in the West from Antiquity to Modernity

ARTH 116 (0.5): Art and Architecture in Britain from the Classical Period to c.1700

ARTH 117 (0.5): Art and Architecture in Britain from c.1700 to the Present

ARTH 1510 (0.5):
Art Historical Studies I

ARTH 1520 (0.5):
Art Historical Studies II

ART 2360:
Histories of Art I (previously ART 2160)
(Fr. ART 2760)

ART 2361:
Histories of Art II (previously ART 2161)
(Fr. ART 2761)

STG-FAS: FAH 101H1 (0.5): Monuments of Art History

STG-FAS: FAH 102H1 (0.5): The Practice of Art History

UTM: FAH 101H (0.5): Monuments of Art History

UTM: FAH 202H5 (0.5): Introduction to Art History (formerly FAH 105H5)

UTSC: VPH A46H3 (0.5): Ways of Seeing: Introduction to Art Histories

UTSC: VPH B39H3 (0.5): Ten Key Words in Art History: Unpacking Methodology

VCULT 101 (0.5): Art History and Visual Culture

FINE 112 (0.5): Modern Art, 1874-1945

VISUAL ARTS HISTORY 1040 (1.0) (=040 old numbering): A History of Art and Visual Culture

Introduction: Organisms

BIOLOGY 1M03 (0.5): Biodiversity, Evolution and Humanity

BIOL 103 (0.5): Introductory Biology of Organisms

BIOL 1070 (0.5):
Discovering Biodiversity

BIO 1130: Introduction to Organismal Biology

(Fr. BIO 1530)

STG-FAS: BIO 120H1 (0.5): Adaptation and Biodiversity

UTM: BIO 153H5 (0.5): Diversity of Organisms

UTSC: BIO A02H3 (0.5): Life on Earth: Form, Function and Interactions

BIOL 112 (0.5): Introductory Biology 2

BIOLOGY 1001A/B (0.5): Biology 1 for Science

Introduction: Cells

BIOLOGY 1A03 (0.5): Cell and Molecular Biology

BIOL 102 (0.5): Introductory Biology of Cells

BIOL 1090 (0.5):
Introduction to Molecular & Cellular Biology

BIO 1140: Introduction to Cell Biology

(Fr. BIO 1540)

STG-FAS: BIO 130H1 (0.5): Molecular and Cell Biology

UTM: BIO 152H5 (0.5): Introduction to Evolution and Evolutionary Genetics

UTSC: BIO A01H3 (0.5): Life on Earth: Unifying Principles

BIOL 130, 130L (0.5, 0.25): Introductory Cell Biology, Laboratory

BIOLOGY 1002A/B (0.5): Biology 2 for Science


CHEM 1A03 (0.5): Introductory Chemistry 1

CHEM 1AA3 (0.5): Introductory Chemistry 2

CHEM 112 (1.0): General Chemistry

CHEM 1040 (0.5):
General Chemistry I

CHEM 1050 (0.5):
General Chemistry 2

CHM 1311: Principles of Chemistry

(Fr. CHM 1711)

STG-FAS: CHM 139H1 (0.5): Chemistry: Physical Principles

STG-FAS: CHM 138H1 (0.5): Introductory Organic Chemistry

UTM: CHM 110H5 (0.5): Chemical Principles 1

UTM: CHM 120H5 (0.5): Chemical Principles 2

UTSC: CHM A10H3 (0.5): Introductory Chemistry I:Structure and Bonding

UTSC: CHM A11H3 (0.5): Introductory Chemistry 2: Reactions and Mechanisms

CHEM 120,120L (0.5, 0.25): Physical & Chemical Properties of Matter, Laboratory

CHEM 123, 123L (0.5, 0.25): Chemical Reactions, Equilibria and Kinetics, Laboratory

CHEMISTRY 1100A/B (0.5): Discovering Chemistry 1

CHEMISTRY 1200A/B (0.5): Discovering Chemistry 2

CLASSICS – Introduction

CLASSICS 1B03 (0.5) : Ancient Myth & Literature

CLASSICS 1M03 (0.5): History of Greece and Rome

CLST 100 (1.0): Introduction to Classical Literature

CLST 101 (1.0): Introduction to Greek and Roman Civilization

CLAS 1000 (0.5): Introduction to Classical Culture

CLA 1101: Greek Civilization

(Fr. CLA 1501)

CLA 1102: Roman Civilization

(Fr. CLA 1502)

STG-FAS: CLA 160H1 (0.5): Introduction to Classical Studies

UTM: CLA 101H5 (0.5): Introduction to Classical Civilization

UTSC: CLA A06H3 (0.5): Ancient Mythology II: Greece and Rome

CLAS 100 (0.5): Classical Studies

CLAS 103 (0.5): Colossos – The Major Figures of Classical Antiquity

CLAS 104 (0.5): Classical Mythology

CLASSICS 1000 (1.0): Classical Civilization

Introduction to Programming

COMP SCI 1MD3 (0.5): Introduction to Programming

CISC 101 (0.5): Elements of Computer Science

CIS 1500 (0.5):
Introduction to Programming


STG-FAS: CSC 108H1 (0.5): Introduction to Computer Programming

UTM: CSC 108H5 (0.5): Introduction to Computer Programming

UTSC: CSC A08H3 (0.5: Introduction to Computer Programming

CS 115 (0.5): Introduction to Computer Science 1

CS 135 (0.5): Designing Functional Programs

COMPUTER SCIENCE 1026A/B (0.5): Computer Science Fundamentals I

Introduction to Computing (no programming)

COMP SCI 1TA3 (0.5): Elementary Computing and Computer Use


CIS 1000 (0.5):
Introduction to Computer Applications

CIS 1200 (0.5):
Introduction to Computing


STG-FAS: CSC 104H1 (0.5): The Why and How of Computing

UTM: CSC 104H5 (0.5): The Why and How of Computing

CS 100 (0.5): Introduction to Computing through Applications

COMPUTER SCIENCE 1032A/B (0.5): Information Systems and Design

Introduction to Microeconomics

Introduction to Macroeconomics

ECON 1B03 (0.5): Introductory Microeconomics

ECON 1BB3 (0.5): Introductory Macroeconomics

ECON 111 (0.5): Introductory Microeconomics

ECON 112 (0.5): Introductory Macroeconomics

ECON 110 (1.0): Introduction to Economics/ Principles of Economics

ECON 1100 (0.5):
Introductory Macroeconomics

ECON1050 (0.5):
Introductory Microeconomics

ECO 1102: Introduction to Macroeconomics
(Fr. ECO 1502)

ECO1104: Introduction to Microeconomics;
(Fr. ECO 1504)

STG-FAS: ECO 100Y1 (1.0): Introduction to Economics

UTM: ECO 100Y5 (1.0): Introduction to Economics

UTSC: ECM A04H3 (0.5): Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach

UTSC: ECM A06H3 (0.5): Introduction to Macroeconomics: A Mathematical Approach

ECON 101 (0.5): Introduction to Microeconomics

ECON 102 (0.5): Introduction to Macroeconomics

ECONOMICS 1021A/B (0.5): Principles of Microeconomics

ECONOMICS 1022A/B (0.5): Principles of Macroeconomics

Academic Writing


Note: many of these courses do not count towards program requirements for English.

CMST 2F03 (0.5): Professional Writing

WRIT 175 (0.5): Effective Writing II


ENG 1100: Workshop in Essay Writing

ENG 1120: Literature and Composition I: Prose Fiction

ENG 1112: Technical Report Writing

ENG 1131: Effective Business English

STG-FAS: ENG 100H1 (0.5): Effective Writing

UTM: ENG 100H5 (0.5): Effective Writing

ENGL 109 (0.5): Introduction to Academic Writing

ENGL 140R (0.5): The Use of English 1


ENGLISH – Introduction (generic specific credit)

Generic specific credit to be provided when a thematic match does not exist for one of the first-year English courses listed below but the course may be counted towards first-year program requirements.

first-year courses that may be counted towards first-year program requirements

ENGLISH 1A03 (0.5): Literature in English: Shorter Genres

ENGLISH 1AA3 (0.5): Literature in English: Longer Genres

ENGLISH 1C06 (1.0): A History of English Literature

ENG 100 (1.0): Introduction to Literary Study

ENGL 1080 (0.5):
Literatures in English I: Reading the Past

ENGL 2080 (0.5):
Literature in English II: Finding Critical Voice

ENG 1120 : Literature and Composition I: Prose Fiction

ENG 1121 : Literature and Composition II: Drama and Poetry

ENG 1122 : Literature and Composition III: English Literature Before 1700

ENG 1123 : Literature and Composition IV: English Literature Since 1700

STG-FAS: ENG 110Y (1.0): Narrative

STG-FAS: ENG 150Y1 (1.0): The Literary Tradition

UTM: ENG 110Y5 (1.0): Narrative

UTM: ENG 140Y5 (1.0): Literature for Our Time

UTSC: ENG A10H3 (0.5): Introduction to Twentieth-Century Literature and Film: 1890 to World War II

UTSC: ENG A11H3 (0.5): Introduction to Twentieth-Century Literature and Film: 1945 to Today

ENGL 101A (0.5): Introduction to Literary Studies

ENGLISH 1020E (1.0): Understanding Literature Today

ENGLISH 1022E (1.0): Enriched Introduction to English Literature

ENGLISH 1024E (1.0): Forms of Fiction: Introduction to Narrative

ENGLISH 1027F/G (0.5): The Storyteller’s Art 1: Introduction to Narrative

ENGLISH 1028F/G (0.5): The Storyteller’s Art II: Topics in Narrative

ENGLISH 1035E (1.0): Introduction to Literature: Reading, Interpretation, Argument

ENGLISH 1036E (1.0): Forms of Narrative: From Epic to Film

Introduction – FSL

Note: placement test may be required. Course does not normally count towards program requirements for French.

FRENCH 1Z06 (1.0): Beginner’s Intensive French I

FREN P16 (0.5): Communication et culture I

FREN P17 (0.5): Communication et culture I

FREN P11 (0.5): Français Intensif I

FREN 1090 (0.5):
Basic French: Reading

FREN 1100 (0.5):
Basic French: Listening

FLS 1510: Communication orale et écrite en français langue seconde: niveau debutant

FLS 1511: Communication orale et écrite en français langue seconde: niveau élémentaire I

STG-FAS: FSL 100H1 (0.5): French for Beginners

STG-FAS: FSL 102H1 (0.5): Introductory French

UTM: FSL 105H5 (0.5): Functional French-Novice

UTM: FSL 106H5 (0.5): Functional French-Advanced Beginner

UTSC: FRE A96H3 (0.5): Introductory French I

UTSC: FRE A97H3 (0.5): Introductory French II

FR 151 (0.5): Basic French 1

FR 152 (0.5): Basic French 2

FRENCH 1002 (1.0): Intensive French

FRENCH 1010 (1.0): Intermediate French


First course for students with equivalent of Grade 12 high school French; normally required for entry to second-year courses in the program.

FRENCH 1A06 (1.0): Introduction to French Studies: Advanced Level

FREN 100 (1.0): Français intermédiaire

FREN 110 (1.0): Français avancé

FREN 1200 (0.5):
French Language I

FREN 2030 (0.5):
French Language II

FRE 1732: Cultures et littératures des francophonies canadiennes

FRA 1748: Littératures française et québécoise: du XIXe siècle à nos jours

UTM: FRE 180H5 (0.5): Introduction to French Studies I

UTM: FRE 181H5 (0.5): Introduction to French Studies II

UTSC: FRE A01H3 (0.5): Language Practice I

UTSC: FRE A02H3 (0.5): Language Practice II

FR 192A (0.5): French Language 1: Module 1

FRENCH 1910 (1.0): University French (Level I)

Introduction to Human Geography

Introduction to Physical Geography

GEOG 1HA3 (0.5): Human Geography: Society and Culture

EARTH SC 1G03 (0.5): Earth & the Environment

GPHY 101 (0.5): Human Geography

GPHY102 (0.5): Earth System Science

GEOG 1200 (0.5):
Society and Space

GEOG 1300 (0.5):
Introduction to the Biophysical Environment

GEG 1301: The Physical Environment

(Fr. GEG 1701)

GEG 1302: Places and Spaces of Human Activity

(Fr. GEG 1702)

STG-FAS: GGR 100H1 (0.5): Introduction to Physical Geography

STG-FAS: GGR 107H1 (0.5): Environment, Food and People

STG-FAS: GGR 112H1 (0.5): Geographies of Globalization, Development and Inequality

STG-FAS: GGR 124H1 (0.5): Urbanization, Contemporary Cities and Urban Life

UTM: GGR 111H5 (0.5): Human Geography

UTM: GGR 112H5 (0.5): Physical Geography
(formerly GGR 117Y5)

UTSC: GGR A02H3 (0.5): The Geography of Global Processes

GEOG 101 (0.5): Geography and Human Habitat

GEOG 102 (0.5): Geography and Our Planetary Environment

GEOGRAPHY 1100 (1.0): Fundamentals of Geography

GEOGRAPHY 1300A/B (0.5): Physical Geography

GEOGRAPHY 1400F/G (0.5): People, Places and Landscapes

GEOGRAPHY 1500F/G (0.5): Society and Nature

HISTORY – Introduction (generic specific credit)

Generic specific credit to be provided when a thematic match does not exist for one of the first-year History courses listed below but the course may be counted towards first-year program requirements.

first-year courses that may be counted towards first-year program requirements

HISTORY 1EE3 (0.5): Historical Roots of Contemporary Issues

HISTORY 1CC3 (0.5): Empires, Networks, and Peoples, 1200-1800

HIST 121 (1.0): The Intellectual Origins of the Contemporary West

HIST 122 (1.0): The Making of the Modern World

HIST 124 (1.0): Canada in the World

HIST 125 (1.0): The Evolution of Modern Europe

HIST 1010 (0.5):
The Early Modern World

HIST 1150 (0.5):
The Modern World

HIS 1110: 20th Century World to 1945

HIS 1111: 20th Century World from 1945

HIS 1120: The History of Europe

STG-FAS: HIS 103Y1 (1.0): Statecraft and Strategy

STG-FAS: HIS 109Y1 (1.0): The Development of European Civilization

UTM: HIS 101H5 (0.5): Introduction to Historical Studies

UTSC: HIS A04H3 (0.5): Themes in World History I

UTSC: HIS A05H3 (0.5): Themes in World History II

HIST 110 (0.5): A History of the Western World I

HIST 111 (0.5): A History of the Western World II

HISTORY 1201E (1.0): Canada: A Survey

HISTORY 1401E (1.0): Modern Europe, 1715 to the Present: Conflict and Transformation

HISTORY 1403E (1.0): Totalitarianism

HISTORY 1601E (1.0): Survey of East Asian History

HISTORY 1701E (1.0): Comparative History, the United States and Mexico

HISTORY 1801E (1.0): Major Issues in World History

HISTORY 1803E (1.0): Introduction to the History of Business and Commerce

HISTORY 1805E (1.0): Science, Technology and Global History

HISTORY 1810E (1.0): Wars that Changed the World


LINGUIST 1A03 (0.5): Introduction to Linguistics I

LINGUIST 1AA3 (0.5): Introduction to Linguistics II

LING 100 (1.0): Introduction to Linguistics

LING 1000 (0.5):
Introduction to Linguistics

LIN 1310: Introduction to Linguistics I (previously LIN 1101)

STG-FAS: LIN 100Y1 (1.0): Introduction to General Linguistics

UTM: LIN 100Y5 (1.0): Introduction to General Linguistics

UTSC: LIN A01H3 (0.5): Introduction to Linguistics

UTSC: LIN A02H3 (0.5): Applications of Linguistics


ANTHROPOLOGY 1027A/B (0.5): Introduction to Linguistics

LINGUISTICS 1028A/B (0.5): Linguistics: Applications and Extensions

Introduction to Calculus

MATH 1A03 (0.5): Calculus for Science I

MATH 1AA3 (0.5): Calculus for Science 2

MATH 1LS3 (0.5): Calculus for the Life Sciences I

MATH 1LT3 (0.5): Calculus for the Life Sciences 2

MATH 121 (1.0): Differential & Integral Calculus

MATH 1200 (0.5): Calculus I

MATH 1210 (0.5): Calculus II

MATH 1080 (0.5): Elements of Calculus I (for non-physical science and non-engineering programs)

MAT 1330: Calculus for the Life Sciences 1

(Fr. MAT 1730)

MAT 1332: Calculus for the Life Sciences 2

(Fr. MAT 1732)

MAT 1320: Calculus I

(Fr. MAT 1720)

MAT 1322: Calculus 2
(Fr. MAT 1722)

MAT 1325: Calculus II and an Introduction to Analysis

(Fr. MAT 1725)

STG-FAS: MAT 135H1 (0.5): Calculus 1(A)

STG-FAS: MAT 136H1 (0.5): Calculus 1(B)

UTM: MAT 134Y5 (1.0): Calculus for Life Sciences

UTM: MAT 135Y5 (1.0): Calculus

UTSC: MAT A30H3 (0.5): Calculus I for Biological and Physical Sciences

UTSC: MAT A35H3 (0.5): Calculus II for Biological Sciences

MATH 127 (0.5): Calculus 1 for the Sciences

MATH 128 (0.5): Calculus 2 for the Sciences

MATH 137 (0.5): Calculus 1 for Honours Mathematics

CALCULUS 1000A/B (0.5): Calculus 1

CALCULUS 1301A/B (0.5): Calculus 2

CALCULUS 1500A/B (0.5): Calculus I for the Mathematical Sciences

CALCULUS 1501A/B (0.5): Calculus II for Mathematical and Physical Sciences

Linear Algebra

MATH 1B03 (0.5): Linear Algebra 1

MATH 112 (0.5): Introduction to Linear Algebra

MATH 2160 (0.5):
Linear Algebra

MAT 1341: Introduction to Linear Algebra

(Fr. MAT 1741)

STG-FAS: MAT 223H1 (0.5): Linear Algebra

UTM: MAT 223H5 (0.5): Linear Algebra I

UTSC: MAT A23H3 (0.5): Linear Algebra I

MATH 114 (0.5): Linear Algebra for Science

MATH 136 (0.5): Linear Algebra 1 for Honours Mathematics

MATH 1600A/B (0.5): Linear Algebra 1

Mathematics for Business/ Humanities/ Social Sciences

MATH 1M03 (0.5): Calculus for Business, Humanities and the Social Sciences

MATH 126 (1.0): Differential and Integral Calculus

MATH 1030 (0.5):
Business Mathematics

MAT 1300: Mathematical Methods 1

(Fr. MAT 1700)

MAT 1302: Mathematical Methods 2

(Fr. MAT 1702)

STG-FAS: MAT 133Y1 (1.0): Calculus and Linear Algebra for Commerce

UTM: MAT 133Y5 (1.0): Calculus and Linear Algebra for Commerce

UTSC: MAT A32H3 (0.5): Mathematics for Management I

UTSC: MAT A33H3 (0.5): Mathematics for Management II

MATH 103 (0.5): Introductory Algebra for Arts and Social Science

MATH 104 (0.5): Introductory Calculus for Arts and Social Science

MATH 1225A/B (0.5): Methods of Calculus

MATH 1229A/B (0.5): Methods of Matrix Algebra

MATH 1228A/B (0.5): Methods of Finite Mathematics

Sight singing, dictation and/or harmony

(normally for majors)

MUSIC 1CC3 (0.5): Harmony

MUSIC 1D03 (0.5): Aural Skills

MUSC 127 (0.5): Ear Training and Sight Singing I

MUSC 128 (0.5): Keyboard Harmony I

MUSC 191 (1.0): Theory and Analysis I

MUSC 1180 (0.5):
Musicianship I

MUS 1990: Solfège et dictée musicale I / Sight-Singing and Dictation I

STG-FAS: TMU 140Y1 (1.0): Materials of Music I

UTM: TMU 140Y1 (1.0): Materials of Music I


MUSIC 1635A/B (0.5): General Integrated Musicianship (GIM) I

MUSIC 1636A/B (0.5): General Integrated Musicianship (GIM) II

MUSIC 1649 A/B (0.5): Studies in Theory I

MUSIC 1650 A/B (0.5): Studies in Theory II

Introduction (normally for non-majors)

MUSIC 1A03 (0.5): Introduction to the History of Music I

MUSIC 1AA3 (0.5): Introduction to the History of Music II

MUSC 101 (0.5): An Introduction to the History of Western Art Music I

MUSC 102: An Introduction to the History of Western Art Music II

MUSC 1060 (0.5):
“Classical” Music: Context and Codes

MUS 1301: Topics in Music Appreciation I (Fr. MUS 1701)

MUS 1302: Topics in Music Appreciation II (Fr. MUS 1702)

STG-FAS: MUS 111H1 (0.5): Historical Survey of Western Music

UTM: MUS 111H1 (0.5): Historical Survey of Western Music

MUSIC 100 (0.5): Understanding Music

MUSIC 1102A/B (0.5): Listening to Music

PHILOSOPHY – Introduction (generic specific credit)

Generic specific credit to be provided when a thematic match does not exist for one of the first-year Philosophy courses listed below but the course may be counted towards first-year program requirements.

first-year courses that may be counted towards first-year program requirements

PHILOS 1A03 (0.5): Philosophical Texts

PHILOS 1B03 (0.5): Philosophy, Law and Society

PHILOS: 1C03 (0.5): Philosophy in Literature

PHILOS 1D03 (0.5): Philosophy and the Sciences

PHILOS 1E03 (0.5): Problems of Philosophy

HUMAN 2C03 (0.5): Critical Thinking

PHIL 111 (1.0): Great Works of Philosophy

PHIL 115 (1.0): Fundamental Questions

PHIL 127 (1.0): An Historical Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 151 (0.5): Great Works of Philosophy

PHIL 152 (0.5): An Introduction to Metaphysics

PHIL 153 (0.5): The State and the Citizen

PHIL 154 (0.5): Introductory Philosophy of Science

PHIL 157 (0.5): Moral Issues

PHIL 159 (0.5): Introduction to Ethics

PHIL 170 (0.5): Minds and Machines

PHIL 1000 (0.5):
Introductory Philosophy: Major Texts

PHIL 1010 (0.5):
Introductory Philosophy: Social and Political Issues

PHIL 1050 (0.5):
Introductory Philosophy: Basic Problems

Note: Students may take PHIL 1000, PHIL 1010 and PHIL 1050 but only one may be counted towards the minimum number of Philosophy courses required for a degree at Guelph.

PHI 1101: Reasoning and Critical Thinking

(Fr. PHI 1501)

PHI 1102: Moral Reasoning

(Fr. PHI 1502)

PHI 1104: Great Philosophers

(Fr. PHI 1504)

PHI 1103: Fundamental Philosophical Questions

(Fr. PHI 1503)

STG-FAS: PHL 100Y1 (1.0): Introduction to Philosophy

UTM: PHL 105Y5 (1.0): Introduction to Philosophy

UTSC: PHL A11H3 (0.5): Introduction to Ethics

PHIL 110A (0.5): Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality (previously PHIL 100)

PHIL 145 (0.5): Critical Thinking

PHIL 110B (0.5): Introduction to Philosophy: Ethics and Values

PHILOSOPHY 1020 (1.0): Introduction to Philosophy

PHILOSOPHY 1022E (1.0): Advanced Introduction to Philosophy

PHILOSOPHY 1100E (1.0): Philosophy from Antiquity to the 20th Century

PHILOSOPHY 1200 (1.0): Reasoning and Critical Thinking


(for Life Sciences)

PHYSICS 1L03 (0.5): Physics of the Living Systems

PHYSICS 1BB3 (0.5): Modern Physics for Life Sciences (requires PHYSICS 1B03 – see below)

PHYS 117 (1.0): Introductory Physics

PHYS 1070 (0.5): Introductory Physics for Life Sciences

PHYS 1080 (0.5): Physics for Life Sciences

Note: Mandatory lab component for both courses

PHY 1321: Principles of Physics 1

(Fr. PHY 1721)

PHY 1322: Principles of Physics 2
(Fr. PHY 1722)

STG-FAS: PHY 131H1 (0.5): Introduction to Physics 1

STG-FAS: PHY 132H1 (0.5): Introduction to Physics 2

UTM: PHY 136H5 (0.5): Introductory Physics 1

UTM: PHY 137H5 (0.5): Introductory Physics 2

UTSC: PHY A11H3 (0.5): Introduction to Physics IB

UTSC: PHY A22H3 (0.5): Introduction to Physics IIB

PHYS 111,111L (0.5, 0.25): Physics 1, Laboratory

PHYS 112,112L (0.5, 0.25): Physics 2, Laboratory

PHYSICS 1028A/B (0.5): Physics for the Biological Sciences 1

PHYSICS 1029A/B (0.5): Physics for the Biological Sciences 2


(for Physical Sciences)

PHYSICS 1B03 (0.5): Mechanics and Waves

PHYSICS 1BA3 (0.5): Introduction to Modern Physics

PHYS 106 (1.0): General Physics

PHYS 1000 (0.5):
An Introduction to Mechanics

PHYS 1010 (0.5): Introductory Electricity and Magnetism

PHY 1121: Fundamentals of Physics 1

(Fr. PHY 1521)

PHY 1122: Fundamentals of Physics 2

(Fr. PHY 1522)

STG-FAS: PHY 151H1 (0.5): Foundations of Physics 1

STG-FAS: PHY 152H1 (0.5): Foundations of Physics 2

UTM: PHY 136H5 (0.5): Introductory Physics 1

UTM: PHY 137H5 (0.5): Introductory Physics 2

UTSC: PHY A10H3 (0.5): Introduction to Physics IA

UTSC: PHY A21H3 (0.5): Introduction to Physics IIA

PHYS 121,121L (0.5, 0.25): Mechanics, Laboratory

PHYS 122,122L (0.5, 0.25): Waves, Electricity, Magnetism, Laboratory

PHYSICS 1301A/B (0.5): Introductory Physics 1

PHYSICS 1302A/B (0.5): Introductory Physics 2


POLSCI 1G06 (1.0): Politics and Government

POLS 110 (1.0): Introduction to Politics and Government

POLS 1150 (0.5): Understanding Politics

POLS 1500 (0.5):
World Politics

POL 1101: Introduction to Political Science (Fr. POL 1501)

POL 1102: Politics and Globalization (Fr. 1502)

STG-FAS: POL 101Y1 (1.0): Democracy, Dictatorship, War, and Peace: An Introduction

UTM: POL 111H5 (0.5): Canada in Comparative Perspective

UTM: POL 112H5 (0.5): Democracy in Theory and Practice

UTM: POL 113H5 (0.5): Ideas and Ideologies

UTM: POL 114H5 (0.5): Politics in the Global World

UTSC: UTSC will give up to 1.0 unspecified POL credit which fulfills the first year requirement for UTSC’s Major and Specialist programs in Political Science

PSCI 101 (0.5): Introduction to Political Ideas

PSCI 110 (0.5): Introduction to Politics in Contemporary World

POLITICAL SCIENCE 1020E (1.0): Introduction to Political Science


PSYCH 1X03 (0.5): Introduction to Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour

PSYCH 1XX3 (0.5): Foundations of Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour

PSYC 100 (1.0): Principles of Psychology

PSYC 1000 (0.5): Introduction to Psychology

PSY 1101: Introduction to Psychology: Foundations (Fr. PSY 1501)

PSY 1102: Introduction to Psychology: Applications (Fr. PSY 1502)

STG-FAS: PSY 100H1 (0.5): Introductory Psychology

UTM: PSY 100Y5 (1.0): Introductory Psychology

UTSC: PSY A01H3 (0.5): Introductory Psychology Part 1

UTSC: PSY A02H3 (0.5): Introductory Psychology Part 2

PSYCH 101 (0.5): Introductory Psychology

PSYCH 121R (0.5): Introductory Psychology

PSYCHOLOGY 1000 (1.0): Introduction to Psychology


SOCIOL 1A06 (1.0): An Introduction to Sociology

SOCY 122 (1.0): Introduction to Sociology

SOC 1100 (0.5): Sociology

SOC 1101: Principles of Sociology (Fr. SOC 1501)

STG-FAS: SOC 101Y1 (1.0): Introduction to Sociology

STG-FAS: SOC 103H1 (0.5): Introduction to Sociology: Social Institutions and Processes

STG-FAS: SOC 102H1 (0.5): Introduction to Sociology: Social Inequalities

UTM: SOC 100H5 (0.5): Introduction to Sociology

UTSC: SOC A01H3 (0.5): Introduction to Sociology 1

UTSC: SOC A02H3 (0.5): Introduction to Sociology 2

SOC 101 (0.5): Introduction to Sociology

SOC 120R (0.5): Fundamentals of Sociology

SOCIOLOGY 1020 (1.0): Introduction to Sociology

SOCIOLOGY 1021E (1.0): Introduction to Sociology


WOMENST 1A03 (0.5): Women, Culture, Power

WOMENST 1AA3 (0.5): Women Transforming the World

GNDS 120 (0.5): Women, Gender, Difference

GNDS 125 (0.5): Gender, Race and Popular Culture

WMST 1000 (0.5): Introduction to Women’s Studies

FEM 1100: Women, Gender, Feminism: An Introduction

(Fr. FEM 1500)

STG-FAS: WGS 160Y1 (1.0): Introduction to Women and Gender Studies

UTM: WGS 101H5 (0.5): Introduction to Women and Gender Studies

UTSC: WST A01H3 (0.5): Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies

UTSC: WST A03H3 (0.5): Introduction to Theories of Feminism

WS 101 (0.5): An Introduction to Women’s Studies

WS 102 (0.5): Contemporary Women’s Issues in Canada

WOMEN’S STUDIES 1020E (1.0): Introduction to Women’s Studies