The data on this page provides details about the representation by program of undergraduate students from six equity groups: women, racialized people, Black people, First Nations, Métis and Inuit Peoples, persons with disabilities and 2SLGBTQ+ people. Programs are organized by faculty.
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The following data is provided in bar chart format. The charts have perpendicular lines. The horizontal line is called the X axis and the vertical line is called the Y axis. The Y axis in the chart (vertical axis) lists the programs, and the percentage of student representation in the programs is shown on the X axis (horizontal axis). The bars extend to the percentage representation of the equity group named in the title in each program, ordered from the program with the highest representation to the program with the lowest representation. Three lines of different shapes run vertically across the bars based on the percentages they represent. The red circles indicate the representation of the equity group selected in the TMU undergraduate student population, the black diamonds indicate the selected equity group undergraduate student representation in the Faculty, and the dark blue Xes provide the community representation for the selected equity group. These vertical lines provide comparisons for the program representation and illustrate the uneven distribution of students in an equity group, within a Faculty, based on the program. Hovering over a bar or line shows the details.
If a new program did not exist in 2018-2019, data is only provided for the 2020-2021 academic year. If a program has been discontinued, data is only provided for the 2018-2019 academic year. If the name of a program has changed, the program name for the 2020-2021 academic year is used.
To protect individual privacy, data is only made available for programs with 20 or more students. To make sure that data for as many programs as possible are provided, students in the same program, but in part-time, co-op or other options, are combined. In addition, some related programs are combined, such as professional diploma programs in the Ted Rogers School of Management. In double major programs with less than 20 students, the data is added to each of the programs in the double major.
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