Graduate Collaborative Programs
Collaborative Programs are also available to our students enrolled in either the Curriculum Studies and Teacher Development program (CSTD) or our Second Language Education program (SLE).
Collaborative Programs emerge from cooperation between two or more University of Toronto graduate units, providing students with a broader base from which to explore a novel interdisciplinary area or a special development in a particular discipline, to complement their degree studies. A student must be admitted to and enrolled in one of the collaborating graduate programs (CSTD or SLE), and must fulfill all the requirements for the degree in that program, in order to participate in a collaborative program. On successful completion of requirements for the collaborative program, a notation is added to the student’s transcript.
CTL participates in the following Collaborative Programs: