Collaborative specializations are interdisciplinary programs involving two or more graduate units at the University of Toronto. They provide students enrolled in participating degree programs an additional multidisciplinary experience as they complete their home degree program. This can be an interesting complement to your academic studies. Each collaborative specialization has its own additional requirements. When you complete them, a notation is added to your official transcript upon graduation.
You can add a Collaborative Specialization during or after the admissions process to either the Curriculum & Pedagogy program (C&P) or Language and Literacies Education program (LLE).
Please note: Not all collaborative specializations are available to every program. Please check with the specific specialization for details.