For more information about the Winter term, visit the Office of the Registrar FAQ page. (Updated November 1, 2021)
|Course Code||Course Sections (NEW)|
The first 3 characters denote subject, the next 3 denote course number and course level.
ANT = Anthropology
1** = First year course
102 = Course number
The next character denotes the credit value of the course.
H = Half credit course (0.5 credit)
Y = Full credit course (1.0 credit)
The next character denotes the campus.
1 = St. George Campus
3 = Scarborough Campus
5 = UTM Campus
(This timetable only shows courses offered by the UTM campus)
The final character denotes the term.
F = First term course (Sept. to Dec.)
S = Second term course (Jan. to Apr.)
Y = Year course (Sept. to Apr.)
The first 3 characters denote type of section.
LEC = Lecture
PRA = Practical (Lab)
TUT = Tutorial
The first digit indicates the course delivery option:
0 = In-person
6 = Online Synchronous - In Person Final
7 = In-person (rotating live lecture and in-class video stream)
8 = In-person and online (rotating schedule)
9 = Online Synchronous
999x = Online Asynchronous
NOTE: Many Winter 2022 courses have been changed to in-person, and the section numbers for S courses may no longer be accurate. Refer to the “Delivery Mode column” for updated information.
The last four digits indicate the meeting section number.
|Building Codes||Distribution Credits||Enrolment Controls|
CC = Communication, Culture and Technology (CCT) Building
DH = Deerfield Hall
DV = Davis Building
KN = Kaneff Building
MN = Maanjiwe nendamowinan (formerly NE = New North)
IB = Instructional Centre
SH = Sheridan College
ZZ = To be announced by your instructor
Please click here for a map of UTM
SCI = Science |
SSc = Social Science
HUM = Humanities
Specific enrolment controls for each course can be seen by clicking on the red
enrolment controls section.
If this section is missing, there are no controls for that course
P = Priority. Some students are given priority access.
E = Enrolment on ACORN is disabled. Students must enrol through the department.
R = Restricted. Course is restricted at all times for specific students
R1 = Restricted. Course is restricted at all times for specific students until specified date. After this date, enrolment is granted to additional groups of eligible students only.
A = Approval. Departmental approval is required
AP = Departmental approval is required for enrolment. Some students are given priority access.
AR = Departmental approval is required. Course is restricted at all times for specific students.
The Timetable provides up-to-date UTM course information to help you plan your schedule for the upcoming year. It will show you which courses are being offered, and will provide important course and enrolment information that you need to consider.
- Search for Courses
Use the different filters under Quick Search or Advanced Options to customize your results based on what you are looking for. Once you click "Search Courses", you can filter your results further to customize the results based on your specific preferences, such as: the time a course is offered, availability, term, or distribution credit.
- Course Syllabus
If a course syllabus is available for download, you will see the course syllabus option (). Click to download the syllabus using your UTORid and password.
- Course Details
This section provides a summary of the course and its topics. Additionally, important course information such as prerequisites, and exclusions will also be listed.
- Plan Your Timetable
This planner is designed to help you create a tentative schedule based on your enrolment needs. Once your course results appear, click on the + Add to Plan button for courses that you are interested in taking. This will generate an unofficial timetable so you can see what your week will look like before you add them on ACORN. Remember - you must login to ACORN to enrol in courses.
For the 2021-22 academic year, some program titles have been added or modified and have been applied to this Timetable website. For a list of documented changes to help you refine your search, please see below:
|DRE & DRS||Drama||Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies|
|WRI||Communication, Culture, Information & Technology||Professional Writing & Communication|