Transferring Within Engineering
Information on transfers is available online.
Options for Engineering Science Students
Do I have the option of transferring out of Engineering Science for the Fall Session?
As a newly admitted first-year Engineering Science student, you have the option to transfer to any Core Program of your choice until September 15.
What if I want to transfer after the Fall Session?
If your Fall Session average is 60% or greater, you may transfer into a Core Program of your choice. If you session average is between 55% and 60%, you may conditionally transfer to the Core Program of your choice. If your average is between 45% and 55%, you will be required to transfer into a program with space. To transfer, you need to submit an online Request to Transfer Application that is available in the Engineering Portal.
What about transferring at the end of first year?
Transfers after first year are also possible and may be necessary if your average is less than 65%. If your winter session average is above 55%, you will be required to transfer into a program with space. To transfer, you need to submit an online Request to Transfer Application that is available in the Engineering Portal.
The Transition Program, or T-Program, allows students who fell behind in the Fall Session of first year to immediately address their problem areas. The program has helped many students catch up to their classmates.
If you are in the T-Program, you are able to repeat up to three Fall Session courses in the Winter Session. If eligible, you can redistribute your workload by deferring some first-year courses to the Summer Session (May through June). You will then return to regular classes in second year without losing any time in the four-year schedule for your Engineering degree.
In any of the cases outlined below, you need to visit the First Year Office to determine your next course of action.
How do I know if I’m eligible for the T-Program?
If you have failed one or more of your Fall Session courses (less than 50%) and your session average is less than 60%, you will meet with a first-year advisor in January to discuss your options and whether you are eligible for the program or not.
Options for Students in the Core Programs
Do I have to stay in the program I was admitted to?
If, after completing your first year in one of the Core Programs, you wish to transfer to another program within U of T Engineering, submit an online Request to Transfer Application (available in the Engineering Portal) by May 11, 2017. You will be asked to rank the program(s) you want to be considered for. The Faculty makes decisions on transfer requests once the Winter Session grades are available.
Is my transfer guaranteed?
We make decisions based on students’ averages and space availability. If you have at least 80% in both your Fall and Winter Sessions in first year, you are guaranteed a transfer to any other U of T Engineering program except Engineering Science. Engineering Science has extremely high academic requirements, so those requests are handled individually. With less than an 80% average in both your fall and winter sessions, you are eligible to transfer to a program with available space. Please note that it is often difficult to transfer into certain programs because of enrolment limits. Transfers between Mechanical and Industrial Engineering are allowed if admitted directly to either of these programs in the fall.
What if I fail a course but my average is above 59.5%?
You need to repeat any courses you fail immediately in the Winter Session and defer the same number of courses to the summer. A first-year Advisor will help you set up your new timetable.
What if I am doing very poorly in one of my courses during the fall?
You may have the option of dropping a course and deferring one course to the summer. Talk to a first-year Advisor to find out if this is available and advisable.
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|BA||Bahen Centre for Information Technology|
|DC||Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research|
|MB||Lassonde Mining Building|
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|PT||D.L. Pratt Building|
|SF||Sandford Fleming Building|
|CEIE||Future site of the Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship|