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Is the course offered?
Once you have a few course options for the upcoming session, you'll need to check if the courses will be offered. The Academic Timetable lists all courses offered in the Spring/Summer sessions. In the timetable, you should see something like the picture shown below. If the desired course is listed, go to course eligibility.
Col. 1: Catalogue Number
Course notes: Click on the note code(s) for important information on course offerings, including: restrictions on the course, registration restrictions (i.e., "Open to until ."), or special instructions (i.e., "Contact the Director prior to first class."). Registration in a course component confirms your acknowledgement of all notes applying to that component. Be sure that you satisfy any restrictions or circumstances outlined in the course notes.
Tip: Course note "a": Held in reserve - what does it mean?
Some courses have offerings listed as "held in reserve." This restriction may only be lifted by the department/centre offering the course before you can register in the course.
- The course title
- a brief description of the course
- the course components (lectures, seminars, and/or labs, etc.)
- Prerequisite course(s) (if applicable): course(s) you are required to take before the current course in question
- Co-requisite course(s) (if applicable): course(s) you are required to take at the same time as the current course in question
- Notes and/or restrictions: Examples include: Open to specific major(s), Students must have a minimum number of credits, Enrolment limited to students.
Check to make sure you satisfy all requirements outlined in the course description. You may be deregistered if you fail to meet one of these requirements.
Course component type: Most courses are made up of a primary component (typically the lecture) and secondary component(s) (seminar, lab, tutorial, etc.). When more than one lecture/seminar/lab/tutorial/etc. is offered for a course, choose one from each component type. Component types include:
Section: The number assigned to each offering within a course component type. For courses with many of one component type offered (i.e., 10 seminars), it is sometimes necessary to know your section number, as instructors may ask for it in assignments, tests and/or examinations.
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