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Course Timetable Archive

This archive provides copies of the past Academic Timetables. Please contact Tammy Parsonson, the Course and Room Scheduling Coordinator at the Registrar's Office, if you have any inquiries.



ALWAYS CHECK YOUR ACORN TRANSACTIONS TO MAKE SURE THEY ARE COMPLETE

Meeting Section

LEC - Lecture
TUT - Tutorial
PRA - Practical

LEC 01-29: Day in-class lecture
LEC 30-40: Evening in-class lecture
LEC 60-69: Online+Day/Evening Sections
LEC 70-79: Online lecture, has in-class components
LEC 99: Fully Online
Section Code

F - September to December

Y - September to April

S - January to April
Location Codes (map)
AA - Arts & Administration Building
AC - Academic Resource Centre
AQ - Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre
BV - Bladen Wing
EV - Environmental Science & Chemistry Building
HW - Humanities Wing
IC - Instructional Centre
MW - Social Sciences Building
PO - Portables
SW - Science Wing
SY - Science Research Building
Restrictions & Instructions:

- Check for any course retrictions & instructions before enrolling.


- Additional information about a course.

2017 Fall / 2018 Winter Timetable

ACMB01H3F - Critical Reading, Thinking and Writing for ACM Programs
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment is restricted to students in Arts, Culture and Media programs. Journalism students must take ACMB01H3 in the Winter Term.
Information
If you are interested in taking this course and are currently not enrolled in an ACM program but hope to enroll in one, please send an email to acm-ua@utsc.utoronto.ca with your name, student number, and the name of the ACM program you plan to pursue.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH09:0011:00AA 205Fry, K.
LEC02TH11:0013:00AC 334Scheffer, E.
LEC03TH13:0015:00PO 101Thacker, V.
LEC04TH15:0017:00AA 209Wilkerson, D.
LEC30TH17:0019:00AC 334Kleeb, S.
LEC31TH19:0021:00AC 334Irwin McGillivray, M.
ACMB01H3S - Critical Reading, Thinking and Writing for ACM Programs
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC02TH11:0013:00AC 332
LEC03TH13:0015:00AA 208
LEC04TH16:0018:00AA 208
LEC30TH17:0019:00AC 332
LEC31TH19:0021:00AC 332
ACMB02H3S - Methods of Inquiry and Investigation for ACM Programs
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00SW 128Burchell, K.
TUT0001WE15:0016:00HW 408
TUT0002WE16:0017:00HW 408
TUT0003TH16:0017:00PO 101Added 10/02/17
TUT0004TH17:0018:00MW 223Added 10/02/17
TUT0005TH18:0019:00MW 223Added 10/02/17
ACMC01H3F - ACMEE Applied Practice I
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment is restricted to students in the Arts Management Specialist programs.
Course enrolment requires permission of Arts Management Program Director. You may select this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ACMC01H3S - ACMEE Applied Practice I
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment is restricted to students in the Arts Management Specialist programs.
Course enrolment requires permission of Arts Management Program Director. You may select this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ACMD01H3F - ACMEE Applied Practice II
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment is restricted to students in the Arts Management Specialist programs.
Course enrolment requires permission of Arts Management Program Director. You may select this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ACMD01H3S - ACMEE Applied Practice II
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment is restricted to students in the Arts Management Specialist programs.
Course enrolment requires permission of Arts Management Program Director. You may select this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ACMD02H3F - ACMEE Applied Practice III
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment is restricted to students in the Arts Management Specialist programs.
Course enrolment requires permission of Arts Management Program Director. You may select this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ACMD02H3S - ACMEE Applied Practice III
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment is restricted to students in the Arts Management Specialist programs.
Course enrolment requires permission of Arts Management Program Director. You may select this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ACMD91H3F - Supervised Readings
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Arts, Culture, and Media Office HW411
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ACMD91H3S - Supervised Readings
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Arts, Culture, and Media Office HW411
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ACMD92H3F - Supervised Readings
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Arts, Culture, and Media Office HW411
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ACMD92H3S - Supervised Readings
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Arts, Culture, and Media Office HW411
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ACMD93Y3Y - Supervised Readings
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Arts, Culture, and Media Office HW411
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ACTB40H3F - Fundamentals of Investment and Credit
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0011:00SW 143Damouras, S.
FR09:0011:00SW 143Damouras, S.
TUT0001TH09:0010:00HW 214Room change 09/05/17.
TUT0002FR13:0014:00BV 363
TUT0003TH16:0017:00BV 363Room change 09/08/17.
TUT0004FR12:0013:00BV 363
AFSA01H3F - Africa in the World: An Introduction
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00MW 120Rockel, S.
TUT0001TU15:0016:00HW 408
TUT0002TU16:0017:00HW 408
TUT0003TU17:0018:00HW 402Classroom changed. 10/31/17
AFSA03H3S - Experiencing Development in Africa
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00PO 101Dinani, H.
AFSB01H3S - African Worldviews
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00BV 355Bezzabeh, M.
TUT0001WE13:0014:00MW 264ROOM CHANGE 10/30/17.
TUT0002WE14:0015:00HW 308
AFSB05H3S - Culture and Society in Africa
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0012:00HW 408Gould, S.Added 09/15/17
AFSB50H3S - Africa in the Era of the Slave Trade
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00BV 355Dos Santos Oliveira, V.
TUT0001TH17:0018:00HW 214
TUT0002TH18:0019:00HW 214
AFSB51H3F - Twentieth Century Africa
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00BV 363Dinani, H.Time changed 08/31/17
TUT0001TU15:0016:00IC 120
TUT0002TU16:0017:00IC 120
AFSC97H3S - Women in Sub-Saharan Africa
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in African Studies Minor Program. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00BV 355Dinani, H.
AFSD07H3S - Extractive Industries in Afric
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00HW 308Added 08/25/17
AFSD52H3F - East African Societies in Transition
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in African Studies Minor Program.Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH10:0012:00BV 361Rockel, S.
ANTA01H3F - Introduction to Anthropology: Becoming Human
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00SY 110Dewar, G.
LEC02TH09:0011:00AA 112Dorland, S.
TUT0001TH11:0012:00MW 329
TUT0002TH12:0013:00MW 329
TUT0003TH13:0014:00MW 329
TUT0004TH14:0015:00MW 329
TUT0005TH15:0016:00MW 329
TUT0006TH16:0017:00MW 329
TUT0007TH17:0018:00MW 329
TUT0008FR10:0011:00MW 329
TUT0009FR11:0012:00MW 329
TUT0010FR12:0013:00MW 329
TUT0011FR13:0014:00MW 329
TUT0012TH10:0011:00MW 329
TUT0013TH11:0012:00MW 329
TUT0014TH12:0013:00MW 329
TUT0015TH13:0014:00MW 329
TUT0016TH14:0015:00MW 329
TUT0017TH15:0016:00MW 329
TUT0018TH16:0017:00MW 329
TUT0019TH17:0018:00MW 329
ANTA01H3S - Introduction to Anthropology: Becoming Human
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00SY 110Dorland, S.
TUT0001FR10:0011:00MW 329
TUT0002FR11:0012:00MW 329
TUT0003FR12:0013:00MW 329
TUT0004FR13:0014:00MW 329
TUT0005FR10:0011:00MW 329
TUT0006FR11:0012:00MW 329
TUT0007FR12:0013:00MW 329Added 10/30/17
ANTA02H3F - Introduction to Anthropology: Society, Culture and Language
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00SW 319Dahl, S.
TUT0001WE09:0010:00MW 262
TUT0002WE10:0011:00MW 262
TUT0003WE11:0012:00PO 101
TUT0004TH10:0011:00MW 120
TUT0005TH09:0010:00MW 120
TUT0006TH11:0012:00AA 209
ANTA02H3S - Introduction to Anthropology: Society, Culture and Language
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0012:00AC 223Cummings, M.
LEC02TU12:0014:00AA 112Cummings, M.
TUT0001WE10:0011:00IC 326
TUT0002WE11:0012:00IC 220
TUT0003WE12:0013:00IC 212
TUT0004TH09:0010:00MW 130
TUT0005WE09:0010:00BV 260
TUT0006WE15:0016:00HW 308
TUT0007WE16:0017:00HW 308
TUT0008TH10:0011:00MW 262
TUT0009TH11:0012:00MW 130
TUT0010TH12:0013:00AA 206
TUT0011TH13:0014:00AA 207
TUT0012TH14:0015:00IC 212
TUT0013TH15:0016:00HW 308
TUT0014TH16:0017:00HW 408
TUT0015TH17:0018:00MW 262
TUT0016TH18:0019:00MW 110
TUT0017TH19:0020:00MW 223
ANTB01H3F - Political Ecology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00MW 140Cohen, S.
ANTB05H3S - Culture and Society in Africa
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0012:00HW 408Gould, S.Day and time changed 08/29/17
ANTB14H3F - Biological Anthropology: Beginnings
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU12:0014:00HW 214Schillaci, M.
TUT0001TU14:0015:00MW 329
TUT0002TU15:0016:00MW 329
TUT0003TU16:0017:00MW 329
TUT0004TU17:0018:00MW 329Added 082517
ANTB15H3F - Contemporary Human Evolution and Variation
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in Anthropology. Shortly after 12:00pm on Friday, July 21st, space will open up to students in Health Studies, Human Biology, Mental Health Studies, and Computer Science-Health Informatics Stream and to other students with the appropriate prerequisites for the course.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR11:0013:00SY 110Sawchuk, L.
TUT0001MO11:0012:00MW 262
TUT0002MO12:0013:00MW 262
TUT0003MO13:0014:00MW 262
TUT0004MO14:0015:00MW 262
TUT0005MO16:0017:00AA 207
ANTB16H3S - Canadian Cultural Identities
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00SW 128Davidson, L.
ANTB19H3F - Ethnography and the Comparative Study of Human Societies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0016:00HW 216Kilroy-Marac, K.
TUT0001TH17:0018:00PO 101
TUT0002TH18:0019:00PO 101
TUT0003TH19:0020:00PO 101
TUT0004TH20:0021:00PO 101
TUT0005TH21:0022:00PO 101
ANTB20H3S - Culture, Politics and Globalization
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00SW 128Sikstrom, L.
TUT0001TH14:0015:00AA 207
TUT0002TH19:0020:00MW 120
TUT0003TH20:0021:00MW 120
TUT0004TH17:0018:00BV 361
TUT0005TH18:0019:00MW 120Added 08/25/17
ANTB22H3F - Primate Behaviour
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00MW 160Walker-Bolton, A.
ANTB35H3S - Kids These Days: Youth, Language and Media
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00SW 309Paz, A.
ANTB64H3F - The Anthropology of Food
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00SW 128Mortensen, L.
TUT0001TH10:0011:00SW 313
TUT0002TH11:0012:00SW 313
TUT0003TH12:0013:00SW 313
TUT0004TH13:0014:00SW 313
ANTC03H3F - Directed Reading in Anthropology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to MW204 one week prior to the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will ensure your course status on ACORN/ROSI will be updated from interim (INT) to approved (APP)
Anthropology Office MW204
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ANTC03H3S - Directed Reading in Anthropology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to MW204 one week prior to the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will ensure your course status on ACORN/ROSI will be updated from interim (INT) to approved (APP)
Anthropology Office MW204
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ANTC04H3F - Directed Reading in Anthropology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to MW204 one week prior to the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will ensure your course status on ACORN/ROSI will be updated from interim (INT) to approved (APP)
Anthropology Office MW204
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ANTC04H3S - Directed Reading in Anthropology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to MW204 one week prior to the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will ensure your course status on ACORN/ROSI will be updated from interim (INT) to approved (APP)
Anthropology Office MW204
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ANTC09H3S - Sex, Love, and Intimacy: Anthropological Approaches to Kinship and Marriage
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00MW 110Bamford, S.Room, day and time changed 09/26/17.
ANTC10H3F - Anthropological Perspectives on Development
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00MW 110Cohen, S.
ANTC15H3S - Genders and Sexualities
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00HW 215Hebert, W.
ANTC16H3F - The Foundation and Theory of Human Origins
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00SW 128Silcox, M.
ANTC17H3S - Human Origins: New Discoveries
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0017:00MW 329Ranlett, S.
ANTC18H3F - Urban Anthropology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH17:0019:00MW 140Majumder, A.LEC01 changed to LEC30.07/05/17
ANTC19H3F - Producing People and Things: Economics and Social Life
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0017:00HW 308Riskedahl, D.Room changed 090617
ANTC20H3S - Gifts, Money and Morality
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00AA 205Young, D.
ANTC27H3S - Primate Sociality
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00MW 120Teichroeb, J.
ANTC31H3S - Ritual and Religious Action
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00AA 204Young, D.Room, day and time changed 09/26/17.
ANTC33H3F - Conceptualizing Religion
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00MW 223Daswani, G.
ANTC34H3F - The Anthropology of Transnationalism
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00HW 402Daswani, G.
ANTC47H3F - Human and Primate Comparative Osteology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0013:00MW 329Schillaci, M.
ANTC48H3S - Advanced Topics In Human Osteology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0017:00MW 329Beresheim, A.
ANTC53H3S - Anthropology of Media and Publics
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00MW 120Paz, A.
ANTC58H3S - Constructing the Other: Orientalism through Time and Place
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00MW 160Daswani, G./Blouin, K.
ANTC59H3F - Anthropology of Language and Media
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00MW 110Paz, A.Room changed. 08/31/17
ANTC61H3F - Medical Anthropology: Illness and Healing in Cultural Perspective
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00HW 215Williams, S.
ANTC67H3F - Foundations in Epidemiology
Enrolment controls
Course enrollment restricted to students in the Department of Anthropology and Discipline of Health Studies in 3rd and 4th year. Starting shortly after 12:00pm on Friday, July 21st, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to students in the Specialist in Integrative Biology. Open to all students as of Aug 1st.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00MW 110Sawchuk, L.
TUT0001TH18:0019:00MW 120
TUT0002TH19:0020:00MW 120
ANTC70H3S - Ethnographic Methods in Anthropology: Past, Present, and Future
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH10:0012:00AA 206Riskedahl, D.
ANTC80H3F - Race and Racism: Anthropological Insights
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00MW 160Cummings, M.
ANTC99H3S - Primate Evolution
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00MW 329Silcox, M.
ANTD01H3S - The Body in Culture and Society
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0018:00AA 206Gagne, M.
ANTD05Y3Y - Advanced Fieldwork Methods in Social and Cultural Anthropology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH14:0017:00MW 262Cummings, M.
ANTD06H3S - Reading Ethnography
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00MW 262Majumder, A.
ANTD07H3S - Advanced Regional Seminar
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR13:0015:00BV 260Riskedahl, D.
ANTD10H3S - The Anthropology of Life Itself
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00MW 324Bamford, S.
ANTD15H3S - Frontiers of Socio-Cultural Anthropology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00MW 262Lambek, M.
ANTD17H3S - Medical Osteology: Public Health Perspectives on Human Skeletal Health
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0013:00PO 101Schillaci, M.
ANTD19H3F - Primate Conservation
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00HW 408Teichroeb, J.
ANTD20H3F - Culture and Community
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0013:00MW 296Mortensen, L.
ANTD25H3S - Medical Primatology: Public Health Perspectives on Zoonotic Diseases
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH10:0013:00MW 329Schillaci, M.
ANTD31H3F - Advanced Research in Anthropology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to MW204 one week prior to the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will ensure your course status on ACORN/ROSI will be updated from interim (INT) to approved (APP)
Anthropology Office MW204
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ANTD31H3S - Advanced Research in Anthropology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to MW204 one week prior to the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will ensure your course status on ACORN/ROSI will be updated from interim (INT) to approved (APP)
Anthropology Office MW204
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ANTD32H3S - Advanced Research in Anthropology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to MW204 one week prior to the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will ensure your course status on ACORN/ROSI will be updated from interim (INT) to approved (APP)
Anthropology Office MW204
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ANTD35H3F - Bioarchaeology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00MW 329Dewar, G.
ANTD40H3F - Topics in Emerging Scholarship in Evolutionary Anthropology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00AC 332Alaica, A.
ANTD41H3F - Topics in Emerging Scholarship Sociocultural Anthropology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR10:0012:00MW 262Pokorny, J.
ASTA01H3F - Introduction to Astronomy and Astrophysics I: The Sun and Planets
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0011:00SY 110Tajbakhsh, P.
TH10:0011:00SY 110Tajbakhsh, P.
TUT0001TH12:0013:00BV 355
TUT0002TH13:0014:00BV 355
TUT0003TH14:0015:00BV 355
TUT0004TH15:0016:00BV 355
TUT0005TH09:0010:00AC 334
TUT0006TH11:0012:00BV 355
TUT0007TH16:0017:00BV 355
ASTA02H3S - Introduction to Astronomy and Astrophysics II: Beyond the Sun and Planets
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0011:00SW 309Valencia, D.
TH10:0011:00SW 319Valencia, D.
TUT0001TH11:0012:00MW 264
TUT0002TH12:0013:00MW 264
TUT0003TH12:0013:00AA 205
TUT0004TH13:0014:00BV 363
TUT0005TH12:0013:00BV 361
ASTB03H3S - Great Moments in Astronomy
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30MO19:0021:00MW 110Artymowicz, P.
ASTB23H3F - Astrophysics of Stars, Galaxies and the Universe
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH12:0014:00AA 206Artymowicz, P.
TUT0001TH17:0018:00IC 204Time and Room changed 07/05/17
ASTC02H3F - Practical Astronomy: Instrumentation and Data Analysis
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU18:0020:00SW 505 BRein, H.
TUT3001TU20:0022:00SW 505 B
ASTC25H3S - Astrophysics of Planetary Systems
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00BV 361Artymowicz, P.
TUT0001TH11:0012:00BV 361
BIOA01H3F - Life on Earth: Unifying Principles
Enrolment controls
BIOA01H3 will be initially restricted to 1st, 3rd and 4th year students in Applied Microbiology, Biological Sciences, Environmental Sciences,International Development Studies (Science), Neurosciences, Paramedicine, Psychology and Physical Sciences. Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to all students.
Information
This course has an in-class lecture section (LEC01) and an online lecture section (LEC60). Both sections have in-person Term Tests and/or Final Exams. LEC60 is online. To find out more about online courses Click Here.

Please be assured that all students enrolled in a Lecture will be accommodated in a practical. The number of practicals currently open in some Fall/Winter courses do not accommodate all students presently enrolled in them. This is deliberate because enrolment patterns change between now and the start of the term. When the term starts, if necessary, we will open additional practicals to accommodate the students enrolled in the course at that time.

For changes to BIOA01H3F practicals after September 18, 2017, please see Karolyn Keir in Room SW238.
All practicals complete an outdoor field trip between Sept. 5-15
Odd-numbered practicals begin labs during week of Sept. 11-15
Even-numbered practicals begin labs during week of Sept. 18-22
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0012:00IC 130Fitzpatrick, M./Ashok, A./Brunt, S.
TH11:0012:00IC 130Fitzpatrick, M./Ashok, A./Brunt, S.
FR10:0011:00AC 223Fitzpatrick, M./Ashok, A./Brunt, S.
LEC02TU13:0014:00AC 223Fitzpatrick, M./Brunt, S./Ashok, A.
TH13:0014:00AC 223Fitzpatrick, M./Brunt, S./Ashok, A.
FR11:0012:00AC 223Fitzpatrick, M./Brunt, S./Ashok, A.
LEC60Online CourseFitzpatrick, M./Ashok, A./Brunt, S.
PRA0001TU09:0012:00SW 237
PRA0002TU09:0012:00SW 237
PRA0003TU09:0012:00SW 240
PRA0004TU09:0012:00SW 240
PRA0005TU12:0015:00SW 237
PRA0006TU12:0015:00SW 237
PRA0007TU12:0015:00SW 240
PRA0008TU12:0015:00SW 240
PRA0009TU15:0018:00SW 237
PRA0010TU15:0018:00SW 237
PRA0011TU15:0018:00SW 240
PRA0012TU15:0018:00SW 240
PRA0013TU18:0021:00SW 237
PRA0014TU18:0021:00SW 237
PRA0015TU18:0021:00SW 240
PRA0017WE10:0013:00SW 237
PRA0018WE10:0013:00SW 237
PRA0019WE10:0013:00SW 240
PRA0020WE10:0013:00SW 240
PRA0021WE13:0016:00SW 237
PRA0022WE13:0016:00SW 237
PRA0023WE13:0016:00SW 240
PRA0024WE13:0016:00SW 240
PRA0025TH09:0012:00SW 237
PRA0026TH09:0012:00SW 237
PRA0027TH09:0012:00SW 240
PRA0028TH09:0012:00SW 240
PRA0029TH12:0015:00SW 237
PRA0030TH12:0015:00SW 237
PRA0031TH12:0015:00SW 240
PRA0032TH12:0015:00SW 240
PRA0033TH15:0018:00SW 237
PRA0034TH15:0018:00SW 237
PRA0035TH15:0018:00SW 240
PRA0036TH15:0018:00SW 240
PRA0037TH18:0021:00SW 237
PRA0038TH18:0021:00SW 237
PRA0041MO13:0016:00SW 237
PRA0042MO13:0016:00SW 237
PRA0043MO13:0016:00SW 240ADDED 081117
PRA0044MO13:0016:00SW 240Closed 08/22/17
BIOA02H3S - Life on Earth: Form, Function and Interaction
Enrolment controls
BIOA02H3 will be initially restricted to 1st, 3rd and 4th year students in Applied Microbiology, Biological Sciences, Environmental Sciences, International Development Studies (Science), Neurosciences, Paramedicine, Psychology and Physical Sciences. Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to all students.
Information
This course has an in-class lecture section (LEC01) and an online lecture section (LEC60). Both sections have in-person Term Tests and/or Final Exams. LEC60 is online. To find out more about online courses Click Here.

Please be assured that all students enrolled in a Lecture will be accommodated in a practical/tutorial. The number of practicals/tutorials currently open in some Fall/Winter courses do not accommodate all students presently enrolled in them. This is deliberate because enrolment patterns change between now and the start of the term. When the term starts, if necessary, we will open additional practicals/tutorials to accommodate the students enrolled in the course at that time.

For changes to BIOA02H3S Practicals after January 18, 2018, please see Karolyn Keir in Room SW238.
Odd-numbered practicals begin labs during week of Jan. 8-12
Even-numbered practicals begin labs during week of Jan. 15-19
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0012:00IC 130Reid, S./Stehlik, I./Sturge, R.
TH11:0012:00IC 130Reid, S./Stehlik, I./Sturge, R.
FR10:0011:00AC 223Reid, S./Stehlik, I./Sturge, R.
LEC02TU13:0014:00AC 223Reid, S./Stehlik, I./Sturge, R.
TH13:0014:00AC 223Reid, S./Stehlik, I./Sturge, R.
FR11:0012:00AC 223Reid, S./Stehlik, I./Sturge, R.
LEC60Online CourseReid, S./Stehlik, I./Sturge, R.
PRA0001TU09:0012:00SW 237
PRA0002TU09:0012:00SW 237
PRA0003TU09:0012:00SW 240
PRA0004TU09:0012:00SW 240
PRA0005TU09:0012:00SW 242
PRA0006TU09:0012:00SW 242
PRA0007TU12:0015:00SW 237
PRA0008TU12:0015:00SW 237
PRA0009TU12:0015:00SW 240
PRA0010TU12:0015:00SW 240
PRA0011TU12:0015:00SW 242
PRA0012TU12:0015:00SW 242
PRA0013TU15:0018:00SW 237
PRA0014TU15:0018:00SW 237
PRA0015TU15:0018:00SW 240
PRA0016TU15:0018:00SW 240
PRA0017WE10:0013:00SW 237
PRA0018WE10:0013:00SW 237
PRA0019WE10:0013:00SW 240
PRA0020WE10:0013:00SW 240
PRA0021WE10:0013:00SW 242
PRA0022WE10:0013:00SW 242
PRA0024WE13:0016:00SW 237
PRA0025WE13:0016:00SW 240
PRA0026WE13:0016:00SW 240
PRA0027WE13:0016:00SW 242
PRA0028WE13:0016:00SW 242
PRA0029TH09:0012:00SW 237
PRA0030TH09:0012:00SW 237
PRA0031TH09:0012:00SW 240
PRA0032TH09:0012:00SW 240
PRA0033TH12:0015:00SW 237
PRA0034TH12:0015:00SW 237
PRA0035TH12:0015:00SW 240
PRA0036TH12:0015:00SW 240
PRA0037TH15:0018:00SW 237
PRA0038TH15:0018:00SW 237
PRA0041MO13:0016:00SW 237
PRA0042MO13:0016:00SW 237
BIOA11H3F - Introduction to the Biology of Humans
Enrolment controls
Course will be initially restricted to students in the Major Program in Health Studies - Population Health (Co-op and non Co-op). Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR13:0015:00SW 319Ashok, A.
TUT0001MO09:0010:00SW 319Room changed 08/31/17
TUT0002MO10:0011:00SW 319Room changed 08/31/17
BIOB10H3F - Cell Biology
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Courses will be initially restricted to students in Applied Microbiology Joint Specialist Program, Biology Major, Conservation & Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution), Major and Specialist Programs, Biochemistry Co-op, Biological Chemistry Specialists Co-op and Non-Co-op, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology) Specialists Co-op and Non Co-op, Conservation Biology Specialists Co-op and Non-Co-op, Human Biology Major and Specialist, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease Major, Neuroscience Major and Specialists Co-op and Non Co-op, Paramedicine Specialists and Plant Biology Major Program.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, courses will be open to students in Biochemistry Major Programs.
Period 3
Beginning shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 25th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
The tutorials in the Fall and Winter terms on Thursdays from 5-7pm in AC223 will be *shared* between BIOB10, BIOB34, BIOB50 and the Integrative Research Poster Project in the Fall term, and between BIOB11, BIOB38, BIOB51 and the Integrative Research Poster Project in the Winter term. Please consult the course syllabi for the individual B level courses and the Integrative Research Poster Project in each term for specific tutorial dates and topics.

This course has Facilitated Study Groups. For more information, please Click Here.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU16:0018:00AC 223Ashok, A.
TUT0001TH17:0019:00AC 223
BIOB11H3S - Molecular Aspects of Cellular and Genetic Processes
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Courses will be initially restricted to students in Applied Microbiology Joint Specialist Program, Biology Major, Conservation & Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution), Major and Specialist Programs, Biochemistry Co-op, Biological Chemistry Specialists Co-op and Non-Co-op, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology) Specialists Co-op and Non Co-op, Conservation Biology Specialists Co-op and Non-Co-op, Human Biology Major and Specialist, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease Major, Neuroscience Major and Specialists Co-op and Non Co-op, Paramedicine Specialist and Plant Biology Major Program.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, courses will be open to students in Biochemistry Major Programs.
Period 3
Beginning shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 25th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
The tutorials in the Fall and Winter terms on Thursdays from 5-7pm in AC223 will be *shared* between BIOB10, BIOB34, BIOB50 and the Integrative Research Poster Project in the Fall term, and between BIOB11, BIOB38, BIOB51 and the Integrative Research Poster Project in the Winter term. Please consult the course syllabi for the individual B level courses and the Integrative Research Poster Project in each term for specific tutorial dates and topics.

This course has Facilitated Study Groups. For more information, please Click Here.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU12:0013:00AC 223Riggs, C.
TH12:0013:00AC 223Riggs, C.
TUT0001TH17:0019:00AC 223Riggs, C.
BIOB12H3S - Cell and Molecular Biology Laboratory
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Courses will be initially restricted to students in Applied Microbiology Joint Specialist Program, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell and Molecular Biology) Specialists (Co-op and Non co-op), Integrative Biology Specialist Program, Neuroscience Specialist Co-op, Biological Chemistry Specialist Co-op and Biochemistry Major Co-op.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, courses will be open to students in Non Co-op Biochemistry Majors and Biological Chemistry Specialist.
Period 3
Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 25th, courses will open to students in Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease Major Program and the Plant Biology Program.
Period 4
Shortly after 10:00am Friday, July 28nd if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
Please be assured that all students enrolled in a Lecture will be accommodated in a practical/tutorial. The number of practicals/tutorials currently open in some Fall/Winter courses do not accommodate all students presently enrolled in them. This is deliberate because enrolment patterns change between now and the start of the term. When the term starts, if necessary, we will open additional practicals/tutorials to accommodate the students enrolled in the course at that time.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0010:00SW 309Bawa, D.
PRA0001MO10:0013:00SW 133
WE10:0013:00SW 133
PRA0002MO10:0013:00SW 135
WE10:0013:00SW 135
PRA0003MO14:0017:00SW 133
WE14:0017:00SW 133
PRA0004MO14:0017:00SW 135
WE14:0017:00SW 135
PRA0005TU08:0011:00SW 133
TH08:0011:00SW 133
PRA0006TU08:0011:00SW 135
TH08:0011:00SW 135
BIOB32H3S - Animal Physiology Laboratory
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Human Biology Specialist and Major Programs,Integrative Biology Specialists, Neuroscience Specialist and Major Coop and Non-Coop Programs and the Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease Major Program.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
Please be assured that all students enrolled in a Lecture will be accommodated in a practical/tutorial. The number of practicals/tutorials currently open in some Fall/Winter courses do not accommodate all students presently enrolled in them. This is deliberate because enrolment patterns change between now and the start of the term. When the term starts, if necessary, we will open additional practicals/tutorials to accommodate the students enrolled in the course at that time.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0012:00HW 216Welch Jr., K.
PRA0001MO13:0016:00SW 321
PRA0002MO13:0016:00SW 323
PRA0003TU11:0014:00SW 321
PRA0004TU14:0017:00SW 321
PRA0005TU14:0017:00SW 323
PRA0006WE11:0014:00SW 321
PRA0007WE11:0014:00SW 323
PRA0008WE14:0017:00SW 321
PRA0009WE14:0017:00SW 323Added 08/11/17
BIOB33H3F - Human Development and Anatomy
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Human Biology Major and Specialist.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, any remaining space will open to students in the Integrative Biology Specialist and Biology Major and Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease Major Program.
Period 3
Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 25th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
Please be assured that all students enrolled in a Lecture will be accommodated in a practical/tutorial. The number of practicals/tutorials currently open in some Fall/Winter courses do not accommodate all students presently enrolled in them. This is deliberate because enrolment patterns change between now and the start of the term. When the term starts, if necessary, we will open additional practicals/tutorials to accommodate the students enrolled in the course at that time.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00AA 112Soros-Pottroff, C.
PRA0001MO10:0013:00SW 321
PRA0002MO10:0013:00SW 323
PRA0003MO14:0017:00SW 321
PRA0004MO14:0017:00SW 323
PRA0005MO19:0022:00SW 321
PRA0006MO19:0022:00SW 323
PRA0007TU10:0013:00SW 321
PRA0008TU10:0013:00SW 323
PRA0009TU13:0016:00SW 321
BIOB34H3F - Animal Physiology
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Biology Major Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity Ecology and Evolution) Major and Specialist Programs, Molecular Biology & Biotechnology (formerly called Cell and Molecular Biology) Co-op and Non- Co-op, Molecular Biology Immunology and Disease Major Program, Conservation Biology Specialists Co-op and Non-Co-op, Human Biology Major and Specialist, Integrative Biology Specialist, Neuroscience Major and Specialist Co-op and Non Co-op and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
The tutorials in the Fall and Winter terms on Thursdays from 5-7pm in AC223 will be *shared* between BIOB10, BIOB34, BIOB50 and the Integrative Research Poster Project in the Fall term, and between BIOB11, BIOB38, BIOB51 and the Integrative Research Poster Project in the Winter term. Please consult the course syllabi for the individual B level courses and the Integrative Research Poster Project in each term for specific tutorial dates and topics.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0010:00AC 223Brown, J.
TH09:0010:00AC 223Brown, J.
TUT0001TH17:0019:00AC 223
BIOB38H3S - Plants and Society
Information
The tutorials in the Fall and Winter terms on Thursdays from 5-7pm in AC223 will be *shared* between BIOB10, BIOB34, BIOB50 and the Integrative Research Poster Project in the Fall term, and between BIOB11, BIOB38, BIOB51 and the Integrative Research Poster Project in the Winter term. Please consult the course syllabi for the individual B level courses and the Integrative Research Poster Project in each term for specific tutorial dates and topics.

This course has an in-class lecture section (LEC01) and an online lecture section (LEC60). Both sections have in-person Term Tests and/or Final Exams. LEC60 is online. To find out more about online courses Click Here.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0017:00SY 110Stehlik, I.
LEC60Online CourseStehlik, I.
TUT0001TH17:0019:00AC 223
BIOB50H3F - Ecology
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in Applied Microbiology Joint Specialist Program, Biology Major Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) Major and Specialist Programs, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell and Molecular Biology) Co-op and Non- Co-op Programs, Conservation Biology Specialists, Human Biology Major and Specialist Program, International Development Studies (Science) Co-op and Non- Co-op Specialist Program, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease Major Program, Integrative Biology Specialist Program and Environmental Biology Specialist and Major Programs and Plant Biology Major Programs.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
The tutorials in the Fall and Winter terms on Thursdays from 5-7pm in AC223 will be *shared* between BIOB10, BIOB34, BIOB50 and the Integrative Research Poster Project in the Fall term, and between BIOB11, BIOB38, BIOB51 and the Integrative Research Poster Project in the Winter term. Please consult the course syllabi for the individual B level courses and the Integrative Research Poster Project in each term for specific tutorial dates and topics.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0011:00AC 223Molnar, P.
TH10:0011:00AC 223Molnar, P.
TUT0001TH17:0019:00AC 223
BIOB51H3S - Evolutionary Biology
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in Applied Microbiology Joint Specialist Program, Biology Major Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) Major and Specialist Programs, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell and Molecular Biology)Co-op and Non- Co-op Programs, Conservation Biology Specialists, Human Biology Major and Specialist Program, International Development Studies (Science) Co-op and Non- Co-op Specialist Program, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease Major Progam, Integrative Biology Specialist Program and Environmental Biology Specialist and Major Programs and Plant Biology Major Program.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
The tutorials in the Fall and Winter terms on Thursdays from 5-7pm in AC223 will be *shared* between BIOB10, BIOB34, BIOB50 and the Integrative Research Poster Project in the Fall term, and between BIOB11, BIOB38, BIOB51 and the Integrative Research Poster Project in the Winter term. Please consult the course syllabi for the individual B level courses and the Integrative Research Poster Project in each term for specific tutorial dates and topics.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0011:00AC 223Andrade, M.
TH10:0011:00AC 223Andrade, M.
TUT0001TH17:0019:00AC 223Andrade, M.
BIOB52H3F - Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Laboratory
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in Biology Major Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) Major and Specialist Programs, Conservation Biology Specialists, Environmental Biology Specialists, Major Programs in Environmental Science (Environmental Biology Stream), Integrative Biology Specialist Program and Plant Biology Major Program.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
Please be assured that all students enrolled in a Lecture will be accommodated in a practical/tutorial. The number of practicals/tutorials currently open in some Fall/Winter courses do not accommodate all students presently enrolled in them. This is deliberate because enrolment patterns change between now and the start of the term. When the term starts, if necessary, we will open additional practicals/tutorials to accommodate the students enrolled in the course at that time.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0012:00HW 214Zigouris, J.
PRA0001WE09:0013:00SW 321
PRA0003WE13:0017:00SW 321
BIOB98H3F - Supervised Introductory Research in Biology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar Office by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Biology Room SW420B
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
BIOB98H3S - Supervised Introductory Research in Biology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar Office by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Biology Room SW420B
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
BIOB99H3F - Supervised Introductory Research in Biology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar Office by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Biology Room SW420B
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
BIOB99H3S - Supervised Introductory Research in Biology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar Office by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Biology Room SW420B
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
BIOC10H3S - Cell Biology: Proteins from Life to Death
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0016:00HW 215Ashok, A.
TUT0001MO15:0017:00HW 214
BIOC12H3F - Biochemistry I: Proteins and Enzymes
Enrolment controls
Period 1 Will be initially restricted to students in the Human Biology Specialist Program, Integrative Biology Specialist Program, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Specialist Program (Co-op and Non Co-op), Biological Chemistry Specialist Program, Neuroscience Specialist Program (Co-op and Non Co-op), Molecular Biology Immunology and Disease Major Program and the Biochemistry Major Program Co-op and Non Co-op.
Period 2 Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00HW 216Zhao, R.
WE11:0012:00HW 216Zhao, R.
BIOC13H3S - Biochemistry II: Bioenergetics and Metabolism
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00AA 112Brown, J.
TH12:0013:00AA 112Brown, J.
BIOC14H3S - Genes, Environment and Behaviour
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution), Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist any space remaining may open to other students.
Information
Please be assured that all students enrolled in a Lecture will be accommodated in a practical/tutorial. The number of practicals/tutorials currently open in some Fall/Winter courses do not accommodate all students presently enrolled in them. This is deliberate because enrolment patterns change between now and the start of the term. When the term starts, if necessary, we will open additional practicals/tutorials to accommodate the students enrolled in the course at that time.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH10:0012:00AA 112McGowan, P.
TUT0001MO11:0012:00BV 361
TUT0002MO12:0013:00IC 326
TUT0003MO14:0015:00BV 355
TUT0004TH13:0014:00AA 209
TUT0005TH14:0015:00AA 209
TUT0006TH15:0016:00AA 209
TUT0007TH16:0017:00BV 363
TUT0008MO11:0012:00HW 408
TUT0009MO12:0013:00MW 264
BIOC15H3F - Genetics
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Joint Specialist Program, Molecular Biology & Biotechnology (formerly called Cell and Molecular Biology) Specialists Co-op and Non Co-op, Human Biology Specialist, Integrative Biology Specialist Program, Plant Biology Major Program and Paramedicine Specialist Joint Program.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
Please be assured that all students enrolled in a Lecture will be accommodated in a practical/tutorial. The number of practicals/tutorials currently open in some Fall/Winter courses do not accommodate all students presently enrolled in them. This is deliberate because enrolment patterns change between now and the start of the term. When the term starts, if necessary, we will open additional practicals/tutorials to accommodate the students enrolled in the course at that time.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0011:00SW 309Hasenkampf, C.
FR09:0010:00SW 309Hasenkampf, C.
PRA0001MO10:0013:00SW 248
PRA0003TU11:0014:00SW 248
PRA0004TU14:0017:00SW 248
PRA0006TU18:0021:00SW 250
PRA0007WE13:0016:00SW 248
BIOC16H3S - Evolutionary Genetics and Genomics
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) Major and Specialist Program and Conservation Biology Specialists.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0016:00BV 361Fitzpatrick, M.
TUT0001TH13:0015:00AA 204
BIOC17H3S - Microbiology
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Joint Specialist Program, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell and Molecular Biology) Specialists Co-op and Non-Co-op Programs, Human Biology Specialist Program, Integrative Biology Specialist Program, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease Major Program, Plant Biology Major Program and Paramedicine Specialist Joint Program.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
Please be assured that all students enrolled in a Lecture will be accommodated in a practical/tutorial. The number of practicals/tutorials currently open in some Fall/Winter courses do not accommodate all students presently enrolled in them. This is deliberate because enrolment patterns change between now and the start of the term. When the term starts, if necessary, we will open additional practicals/tutorials to accommodate the students enrolled in the course at that time.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR09:0011:00SY 110Terebiznik, M.
PRA0001TU09:0012:00SW 248
PRA0002TU09:0012:00SW 250
PRA0003TU14:0017:00SW 248
PRA0004TU14:0017:00SW 250
PRA0005WE14:0017:00SW 248
PRA0006WE14:0017:00SW 250
PRA0007TH09:0012:00SW 248
PRA0008TH09:0012:00SW 250
BIOC19H3F - Animal Developmental Biology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00AA 112Brown, I.
BIOC23H3S - Practical Approaches to Biochemistry
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell and Molecular Biology) Specialists Co-op and Non-Co-op Programs, Biochemistry Major Co-op and Non Co-op Programs, Biological Chemistry Co-op and Non Co-op Specialist Programs and Neuroscience Co-op Specialists.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
Please be assured that all students enrolled in a Lecture will be accommodated in a practical/tutorial. The number of practicals/tutorials currently open in some Fall/Winter courses do not accommodate all students presently enrolled in them. This is deliberate because enrolment patterns change between now and the start of the term. When the term starts, if necessary, we will open additional practicals/tutorials to accommodate the students enrolled in the course at that time.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0014:00SW 128Zhao, R.
PRA0001TU13:0017:00SW 133
PRA0002TU13:0017:00SW 135
PRA0003TH13:0017:00SW 133
PRA0004TH13:0017:00SW 135
BIOC31H3S - Plant Development and Biotechnology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00BV 363Gazzarrini, S.
TUT0001TH14:0015:00HW 215
BIOC32H3F - Human Physiology I
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Human Biology Specialist, Integrative Biology Specialist, Neuroscience Specialist Co-op and Non Co-op, Neuroscience Majors and Paramedicine Specialist Joint Program.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU12:0013:00AC 223Nash, J.
TH12:0013:00AC 223Nash, J.
TUT0001FR14:0015:00AC 223
BIOC34H3S - Human Physiology II: Lecture
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Human Biology Specialist, Neuroscience Specialist Program and the Paramedicine Specialist Program.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, this course will be open to students in the Conservation and Biodiversity Specialist Program, Integrative Biology Specialist Program, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Specialist Program (Co-op and Non Co-op), Major Program in Biology, Conservation and Biodiversity Major Program, Human Biology Major Program, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease Major Program, Neuroscience Major Program and Plant Biology Major Program.
Period 3
Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 25th, if the is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
This course has an in-class lecture section (LEC01) and an online lecture section (LEC60). Both sections have in-person Term Tests and/or Final Exams. LEC60 is online. To find out more about online courses Click Here.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0011:00AA 112Reid, S.
WE10:0011:00AA 112Reid, S.
LEC60Online CourseReid, S.
BIOC37H3F - Plants: Life on the Edge
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0016:00MW 130Stehlik, I.
TH15:0016:00HW 308Stehlik, I.
PRA0001WE11:0014:00SW 323Students attend tutorials every other week
PRA0002WE11:0014:00SW 323Students attend tutorials every other week
BIOC39H3S - Immunology
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell and Molecular Biology) Specialist Co-op and Non-Co-op Programs, Human Biology Specialist Program, Integrative Biology Specialist Program and the Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease Major Program.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR12:0014:00IC 130Treanor, B.
BIOC40H3S - Plant Physiology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00HW 214Vanlerberghe, G.
BIOC50H3F - Macroevolution
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) Major and Specialist Programs, Conservation Biology Specialists and Integrative Biology Specialist Programs.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00BV 363Bongard, C.
TUT0001TU12:0014:00BV 498
BIOC52H3F - Ecology Field Course
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0015:00SW 242Stehlik, I.
BIOC54H3S - Animal Behaviour
Enrolment controls
Period 1 Will be initially restricted to students in the Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) Major and Specialist Programs, Conservation Biology Specialists and the Integrative Biology Specialist Program.
Period 2 Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
Please be assured that all students enrolled in a Lecture will be accommodated in a practical/tutorial. The number of practicals/tutorials currently open in some Fall/Winter courses do not accommodate all students presently enrolled in them. This is deliberate because enrolment patterns change between now and the start of the term. When the term starts, if necessary, we will open additional practicals/tutorials to accommodate the students enrolled in the course at that time.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0016:00MW 170Persaud, K.
TUT0001TH09:0010:00HW 408
TUT0002TH10:0011:00HW 408
BIOC58H3F - Biological Consequences of Global Change
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0011:00SW 143Sturge, R.Room changed 08/31/17
TUT0001TU09:0011:00HW 214
TUT0002TH15:0017:00BV 264
BIOC59H3F - Advanced Population Ecology
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) Major and Specialist Programs, Conservation Biology Specialist, and Environmental Biology Specialist Programs.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0011:00BV 363Boonstra, R.
PRA0001TH12:0015:00SW 323
BIOC60H3S - Winter Ecology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00MW 130Stehlik, I.
TUT0001TH15:0017:00BV 355
TUT0002TH15:0017:00BV 355
BIOC61H3F - Community Ecology and Environmental Biology
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) Major and Specialist Programs,Conservation Biology Specialist Program, Environmental Biology Specialist Programs, Integrative Biology Specialist Program and International Development Studies (Science) Co-op and Non- Co-op Specialist Program.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00BV 363Sturge, R.
TUT0001WE14:0017:00BV 363
BIOC62H3S - Role of Zoos in Conservation
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) Major and Specialist Programs, Integrative Biology Specialist Program, International Development Studies (Science) Co-op and Non- Co-op Specialist Program, Environmental Biology (Science) Specialist Program,
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, any remaining space may open to Human Biology Major and Specialist Programs, Molecular Biology & Biotechnology Programs (Co op and Non co-op), Major Program in Biology, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease Major Program and Plant Biology Major Program.
Period 3
Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 25th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
Please be assured that all students enrolled in a Lecture will be accommodated in a practical/tutorial. The number of practicals/tutorials currently open in some Fall/Winter courses do not accommodate all students presently enrolled in them. This is deliberate because enrolment patterns change between now and the start of the term. When the term starts, if necessary, we will open additional practicals/tutorials to accommodate the students enrolled in the course at that time.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00MW 130Sturge, R.
TUT0001TH17:0019:00BV 260
TUT0002FR10:0012:00BV 361
BIOC63H3F - Conservation Biology
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) Major and Specialist Programs, Conservation Biology Specialist Program, Environmental Biology Specialist Programs, Integrative Biology Specialist Program and International Development Studies (Science) Co-op and Non- Co-op Specialist Program.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU16:0018:00BV 363Sturge, R.
TUT0001TH10:0012:00MW 130
BIOC99H3F - Biology Team Research
Enrolment controls
Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps indicated on the permission form (see link below).
Biology Team Research Permission Form: https://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/biosci/undergraduate-research-opportunities.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0016:00SW 403Fitzpatrick, M.
BIOC99H3S - Biology Team Research
Enrolment controls
Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps indicated on the permission form (see link below).
Biology Team Research Permission Form: https://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/biosci/undergraduate-research-opportunities.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00BV 361Fitzpatrick, M.
BIOD08H3S - Theoretical Neuroscience
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution), Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th, if there is no waitlist any space remaining may open to other students
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR09:0011:00SW 316Richards, B.
TUT0001MO14:0015:00SW 316
BIOD17H3S - Seminars in Cellular Microbiology
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th if there is no waitlist any space remaining may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00BV 363Terebiznik, M.
WE16:0017:00HW 215Terebiznik, M.
BIOD19H3S - Epigenetics in Health and Disease
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th any space remaining in may open to 3rd and 4th year students in the Neuroscience programs.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR10:0012:00BV 355McGowan, P.Will not open to 3rd and 4th year students in the Neuroscience programs. 8/3/17
BIOD21H3F - Advanced Molecular Biology Laboratory
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell and Molecular Biology) Specialists Co-op and Non- Co-op.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Thursday, July 20th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Information
Please be assured that all students enrolled in a Lecture will be accommodated in a practical/tutorial. The number of practicals/tutorials currently open in some Fall/Winter courses do not accommodate all students presently enrolled in them. This is deliberate because enrolment patterns change between now and the start of the term. When the term starts, if necessary, we will open additional practicals/tutorials to accommodate the students enrolled in the course at that time.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0014:00BV 363Gazzarrini, S.
PRA0001WE14:0017:00SW 133
TH14:0017:00SW 133
PRA0002WE14:0017:00SW 135
TH14:0017:00SW 135
BIOD22H3F - Molecular Biology of the Stress Response
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution), Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th, if there is no waitlist any space remaining may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00HW 408Brown, I.
BIOD23H3F - Special Topics in Cell Biology
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution), Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th, if there is no waitlist any space remaining may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00MW 264Harrison, R.
WE12:0013:00MW 110Harrison, R.
BIOD23H3S - Special Topics in Cell Biology
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th, if there is no waitlist any space remaining may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00MW 130Guzzo, C.
TH09:0010:00BV 260Guzzo, C.
BIOD25H3S - Genomics
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th if there is no waitlist any space remaining may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0016:00BV 361Riggs, C.
BIOD26H3F - Fungal Biology and Pathogenesis
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution), Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th, if there is no waitlist any space remaining may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0011:00MW 160Brunt, S.Will not open to all. ROOM CHANGE 08/30/17. 8/3/17
TUT0001TH09:0011:00HW 215Room changed 08/31/17
BIOD27H3S - Molecular Endocrinology
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Conservation and Biodiversity, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, September 26th any space remaining may open to 3rd and 4th year students in the Neuroscience programs.
Period 3
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, September 29th if there is no waitlist, any space remaining may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH14:0017:00BV 264Brown, J.26/9/17 CLOSED - Will Not Open to NRO Students
BIOD29H3S - Pathobiology of Human Disease
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th if there is no waitlist any space remaining may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0012:00BV 355Ashok, A.Will not open to all. 8/3/17
WE11:0013:00BV 260Ashok, A.Will not open to all. 8/3/17
TUT0001MO16:0017:00BV 355
BIOD30H3S - Plant Research and Biotechnology: Addressing Global Problems
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to students in the Plant Biology Major Program.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 25th, this course will be open to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology & Evolution), Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, and Paramedicine Specialist.
Period 3
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th, if there is no waitlist any space remaining may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH17:0019:00HW 215Hasenkampf, C./Stronghill, P.
TUT3001TU17:0018:00BV 361
BIOD33H3F - Comparative Animal Physiology
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00MW 140Brown, J.
BIOD37H3S - Biology of Plant Stress
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th, if there is no waitlist, any space remaining may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0011:00BV 355Vanlerberghe, G.
TUT0001WE09:0011:00BV 355
BIOD43H3S - Animal Movement and Exercise
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th if there is no waitlist any space remaining may open to other students.
Information
Please be assured that all students enrolled in a Lecture will be accommodated in a practical/tutorial. The number of practicals/tutorials currently open in some Fall/Winter courses do not accommodate all students presently enrolled in them. This is deliberate because enrolment patterns change between now and the start of the term. When the term starts, if necessary, we will open additional practicals/tutorials to accommodate the students enrolled in the course at that time.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO14:0015:00MW 170Welch Jr., K.
WE13:0014:00MW 110Welch Jr., K.
TUT0001TH11:0013:00IC 302
TUT0002TH15:0017:00MW 160
BIOD45H3S - Animal Communication
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th, if there is no waitlist, any space remaining may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0016:00AC 334Mason, A.
TUT0001TH12:0013:00AC 334
BIOD48H3F - Ornithology
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th if there is no waitlist, any space remaining may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH12:0013:00BV 361Sturge, R.
TUT0001FR09:0012:00BV 498
BIOD53H3S - Special Topics in Behavioural Ecology
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th if there is no waitlist any space remaining may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0014:00BV 361Baruffaldi Yanez, L.
TUT0001TH13:0015:00SW 330
BIOD54H3S - Applied Conservation Biology
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th if there is no waitlist any space remaining may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00BV 355MacIvor, J.
TUT0001WE13:0014:00BV 363
BIOD59H3F - Models in Ecology and Conservation
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) Major and Specialist Programs, Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Specialist Programs Co-op and Non co-op (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology Major and Specialist, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease Major, Biology Major Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th, if there is no waitlist any space remaining may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU12:0014:00BV 355Molnar, P.
TUT0001TH13:0015:00BV 471
BIOD65H3F - Pathologies of the Nervous System
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th any space remaining may open to 3rd and 4th year students in the Neuroscience programs.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00BV 355Nash, J.
BIOD65H3S - Pathologies of the Nervous System
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th, any space remaining may open to 3rd and 4th year students in the Neuroscience programs.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00BV 355Thiele, T.Will not open to 3rd and 4th year students in the Neuroscience programs. 8/3/17
BIOD67H3F - Inter-University Biology Field Course
Enrolment controls
Please visit the Biological Sciences website for course information and registration procedures: Click Here
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
BIOD67H3S - Inter-University Biology Field Course
Enrolment controls
Please visit the Biological Sciences website for course information and registration procedures: Click Here
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
BIOD95H3F - Supervised Study in Biology
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th if there is no waitlist, any space remaining may open to other students.

SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Biology Room SW420B
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0015:00HW 214Ashok, A./Stehlik, I.Room changed for Fall term. 08/31/17
BIOD95H3S - Supervised Study in Biology
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th if there is no waitlist, any space remaining may open to other students.

SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Biology Room SW420B
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0015:00BV 363Ashok, A.
BIOD96Y3Y - Directed Research in Paramedicine
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Program Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Biology Room SW420B
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
BIOD98Y3Y - Directed Research in Biology
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th if there is no waitlist, any space remaining may open to other students.

SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Biology Room SW420B
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0015:00HW 214Stehlik, I./Ashok, A.Room changed for Fall term.08/31/17
BIOD99Y3Y - Directed Research in Biology
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program, Conservation and Biodiversity (formerly called Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution) , Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (formerly called Cell & Molecular Biology), Human Biology, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease, Major Biology Program, Plant Biology Major and Paramedicine Specialist.
Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, August 4th if there is no waitlist, any space remaining may open to other students.

SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Biology Room SW420B
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0015:00HW 214Stehlik, I./Ashok, A.Room changed for Fall term. 08/31/17
CHMA10H3F - Introductory Chemistry I: Structure and Bonding
Information
All CHMA10H3 F PRACTICALS WILL BE CLOSED AS OF 3:00pm ON Thursday, SEPT. 7th Please see Scott Ballantyne in SW 155C to make Practical changes. Odd numbered practical groups have their first lab during the week of September 11th. Even numbered practical groups have their first lab during the week of September 18th.
DO NOT attempt to adjust your lab practical via the online system after September 7th - attempting to do so will result in your forfeiting your current lab spot and the system will be unable to enroll you in another lab section essentially leaving you without a lab group. After September 8th please contact Dr. Ballantyne for lab practical changes.
This course has Facilitated Study Groups. For more information, please Click Here.

LEC60 is online. To find out more about online courses Click Here
Please note that online courses may have in-person Term Tests and/or Final Exams. Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0013:00AC 223Ballantyne, S./Thavarajah, N.
WE12:0013:00AC 223Ballantyne, S./Thavarajah, N.
FR12:0013:00AC 223Ballantyne, S./Thavarajah, N.
LEC02MO13:0014:00AC 223Thavarajah, N./Ballantyne, S.
WE13:0014:00AC 223Thavarajah, N./Ballantyne, S.
FR13:0014:00AC 223Thavarajah, N./Ballantyne, S.
LEC60Online CourseBallantyne, S./Thavarajah, N.
PRA0001MO09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0002MO09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0003MO09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0004MO09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0005MO09:0012:00SW 159
PRA0006MO09:0012:00SW 159
PRA0007MO09:0012:00SW 159
PRA0008MO09:0012:00SW 159
PRA0009MO14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0010MO14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0011MO14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0012MO14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0013MO14:0017:00SW 159
PRA0014MO14:0017:00SW 159
PRA0015MO14:0017:00SW 159
PRA0016MO14:0017:00SW 159
PRA0017TU09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0018TU09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0019TU09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0020TU09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0021TU09:0012:00SW 159Closed. 08/28/19
PRA0022TU09:0012:00SW 159 Closed. 08/28/19
PRA0023TU09:0012:00SW 159Closed. 08/28/19
PRA0024TU09:0012:00SW 159Closed. 08/28/19
PRA0025TU14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0026TU14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0027TU14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0028TU14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0033WE09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0034WE09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0035WE09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0036WE09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0037WE14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0038WE14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0039WE14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0040WE14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0041TH09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0042TH09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0043TH09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0044TH09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0045TH14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0046TH14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0047TH14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0048TH14:0017:00SW 153
CHMA10H3S - Introductory Chemistry I: Structure and Bonding
Information
All CHMA10H3 S PRACTICALS WILL BE CLOSED AS OF 4PM ON Tuesday, JAN 11th. Please see Scott Ballantyne in SW 155C to make practical changes. Odd numbered practical groups have their first lab during the week of January 15th. Even numbered practical groups have their first lab during the week of January 22nd.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0011:00SW 309Zimmer-De Iuliis, M./Ballantyne, S./Thavarajah, N.
WE10:0011:00SW 309Zimmer-De Iuliis, M./Ballantyne, S./Thavarajah, N.
FR10:0011:00SW 309Zimmer-De Iuliis, M./Ballantyne, S./Thavarajah, N.
PRA0001MO14:0017:00SW 159
PRA0002MO14:0017:00SW 159
PRA0003MO14:0017:00SW 159
PRA0004MO14:0017:00SW 159
PRA0005TU14:0017:00SW 159
PRA0006TU14:0017:00SW 159
PRA0007TU14:0017:00SW 159
PRA0008TU14:0017:00SW 159
CHMA11H3S - Introductory Chemistry II: Reactions and Mechanisms
Information
All CHMA10H3 S PRACTICALS WILL BE CLOSED AS OF 4PM ON Tuesday, JAN 11th. Please see Scott Ballantyne in SW 155C to make practical changes. Odd numbered practical groups have their first lab during the week of January 15th. Even numbered practical groups have their first lab during the week of January 22nd.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0013:00AC 223Ballantyne, S./Donaldson, D./Sullan, R.
WE12:0013:00AC 223Ballantyne, S./Donaldson, D./Sullan, R.
FR12:0013:00AC 223Ballantyne, S./Donaldson, D./Sullan, R.
LEC02MO13:0014:00AC 223Sullan, R./Ballantyne, S./Donaldson, D.
WE13:0014:00AC 223Sullan, R./Ballantyne, S./Donaldson, D.
FR13:0014:00AC 223Sullan, R./Ballantyne, S./Donaldson, D.
PRA0001MO09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0002MO09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0003MO09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0004MO09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0005MO14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0006MO14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0007MO14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0008MO14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0009TU09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0010TU09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0011TU09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0012TU09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0013TU14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0014TU14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0015TU14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0016TU14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0017WE09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0018WE09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0019WE09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0020WE09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0021WE14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0022WE14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0023WE14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0024WE14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0029TH09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0030TH09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0031TH09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0032TH09:0012:00SW 153
PRA0033TH09:0012:00SW 159
PRA0034TH09:0012:00SW 159
PRA0035TH09:0012:00SW 159
PRA0036TH09:0012:00SW 159
PRA0037TH14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0038TH14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0039TH14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0040TH14:0017:00SW 153
PRA0041TH14:0017:00SW 159
PRA0042TH14:0017:00SW 159
PRA0043TH14:0017:00SW 159
PRA0044TH14:0017:00SW 159
CHMB16H3F - Techniques in Analytical Chemistry
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in the Chemistry Major and Specialist programs, BioChemistry Major, Biological Chemistry Specialist programs, Environmental Chemistry Specialist programs. Shortly after 3:00 pm Friday, July 21st if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in this course may open to other students by permission of instructor.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Information
All CHMB16H3 PRACTICALS WILL BE CLOSED AS OF 12:00 pm (Noon) ON Tuesday, SEPT. 8th.
Please email Dr.Kagan Kerman kkerman@utsc.utoronto.ca if you need to add or change your Practical.
Dr. Kerman will forward your email to the Lab Supervisor TBD
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0012:00SW 128Soong, R./Kerman, K.Room changed 08/31/17
PRA0001TU09:0013:00EV 122
PRA0002TU09:0013:00EV 123
PRA0003TU09:0013:00EV 124
PRA0004WE13:0017:00EV 122
PRA0005WE13:0017:00EV 123
PRA0006WE13:0017:00EV 124
PRA0007TH09:0013:00EV 122
PRA0008TH09:0013:00EV 123
PRA0009TH09:0013:00EV 124
CHMB20H3F - Chemical Thermodynamics and Elementary Kinetics
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00IC 230Donaldson, D.
WE14:0015:00BV 264Donaldson, D.
CHMB21H3S - Chemical Structure and Spectroscopy
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00AA 205Izmaylov, A.
WE15:0016:00AA 205Izmaylov, A.
PRA0001MO13:0015:00BV 498
CHMB23H3F - Introduction to Chemical Thermodynamics and Kinetics: Theory and Practice
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00IC 230Donaldson, D.
WE14:0015:00BV 264Donaldson, D.
PRA0001TH14:0017:00EV 124
PRA0002TH14:0017:00EV 124
CHMB31H3F - Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0016:00MW 170Zimmer-De Iuliis, M.
FR14:0015:00SW 128Zimmer-De Iuliis, M.
PRA0001WE09:0013:00EV 123
PRA0002WE09:0013:00EV 123
PRA0003WE09:0013:00EV 124
PRA0004WE09:0013:00EV 124
PRA0005TH09:0013:00SW 159ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
PRA0006TH09:0013:00SW 159ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
CHMB41H3F - Organic Chemistry I
Information
All CHMB41H3 Fall PRACTICALS WILL BE CLOSED AS OF 12:00 pm on Friday, SEPT. 8th.
Please email Dr.Shadi Dalili sdalili@utsc.utoronto.ca if you need to add or change your practical.
This course has Facilitated Study Groups. For more information, please Click Here.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO08:0009:00AC 223Dalili, S.
WE08:0009:00AC 223Dalili, S.
FR08:0009:00AC 223Dalili, S.
PRA0001WE09:0013:00EV 112
PRA0002WE09:0013:00EV 112
PRA0003WE09:0013:00EV 113
PRA0004WE09:0013:00EV 113
PRA0005WE09:0013:00EV 114
PRA0006WE09:0013:00EV 114
PRA0007WE09:0013:00EV 122
PRA0008WE09:0013:00EV 122
PRA0009TH13:0017:00EV 112
PRA0010TH13:0017:00EV 112
PRA0011TH13:0017:00EV 113
PRA0012TH13:0017:00EV 113
PRA0013TH13:0017:00EV 114
PRA0014TH13:0017:00EV 114
PRA0015TH13:0017:00EV 122
PRA0016TH13:0017:00EV 122
PRA0017TH13:0017:00EV 123
PRA0018TH13:0017:00EV 123
PRA0019FR09:0013:00EV 112
PRA0020FR09:0013:00EV 112
PRA0021FR09:0013:00EV 113
PRA0022FR09:0013:00EV 113
PRA0023FR09:0013:00EV 114
PRA0024FR09:0013:00EV 114
PRA0025FR09:0013:00EV 122
PRA0026FR09:0013:00EV 122
PRA0027FR09:0013:00EV 123Added 08/25/17
CHMB41H3S - Organic Chemistry I
Information
All CHMB41H3 Winter PRACTICALS WILL BE CLOSED AS OF 12:00 pm (Noon) on Friday, JAN 12th.
Please email Dr.Shadi Dalili sdalili@utsc.utoronto.ca if you need to add or change your practical.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0014:00SW 319Dalili, S.
TH13:0014:00SW 128Dalili, S.
FR13:0014:00MW 170Dalili, S.
PRA0001TU09:0013:00EV 112
PRA0002TU09:0013:00EV 112
PRA0003TU09:0013:00EV 113
PRA0004TU09:0013:00EV 113
PRA0005TU09:0013:00EV 114
PRA0006TU09:0013:00EV 114
PRA0009FR09:0013:00EV 113
PRA0010FR09:0013:00EV 113
CHMB42H3S - Organic Chemistry II
Information
You do not need to enroll in the tutorial for this course. Tutorial attendance will be optional. All materials presented in the tutorial will be made available online for those students who are unable to, or decide not to, attend. Please email Dr. Sauer if you have concerns: Email: esauer@utsc.utoronto.ca


All CHMB42H3 PRACTICALS WILL BE CLOSED AS OF 4:00pm on Wednesday, JAN 10th.
Please email Dr. Effie Sauer esauer@utsc.utoronto.ca if you need to add or change your practical after they've been closed.
This course has Facilitated Study Groups. For more information, please Click Here.

LEC60 is online. To find out more about online courses Click Here
Please note that online courses may have in-person Term Tests and/or Final Exams. Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0011:00HW 216Sauer, E.ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
TH09:0010:00SW 319Sauer, E.ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
FR14:0015:00HW 216Sauer, E.ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
LEC60Online CourseSauer, E.
PRA0001WE09:0013:00EV 112
PRA0002WE09:0013:00EV 112
PRA0003WE09:0013:00EV 113
PRA0004WE09:0013:00EV 113
PRA0005WE09:0013:00EV 114
PRA0006WE09:0013:00EV 114
PRA0007WE09:0013:00EV 122
PRA0008WE09:0013:00EV 122
PRA0009WE09:0013:00EV 123
PRA0010WE09:0013:00EV 123
PRA0013TH13:0017:00EV 112
PRA0014TH13:0017:00EV 112
PRA0015TH13:0017:00EV 113
PRA0016TH13:0017:00EV 113
PRA0017TH13:0017:00EV 114
PRA0018TH13:0017:00EV 114
PRA0019TH13:0017:00EV 122
PRA0020TH13:0017:00EV 122
PRA0021TH13:0017:00EV 123
PRA0022TH13:0017:00EV 123
PRA0025FR09:0013:00EV 122
PRA0026FR09:0013:00EV 122
PRA0027FR09:0013:00EV 123
PRA0028FR09:0013:00EV 123
TUT0001MO15:0017:00SW 143Optional Tutorial. ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
CHMB55H3S - Environmental Chemistry
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00MW 170Wania, F.
WE11:0012:00MW 170Wania, F.
CHMB62H3S - Introduction to Biochemistry
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH17:0019:00MW 140Mikhaylichenko, S.
MO09:0010:00MW 140Mikhaylichenko, S.
TUT3001TH19:0020:00MW 140
CHMC11H3F - Principles of Analytical Instrumentation
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH14:0017:00AC 223Simpson, A.
CHMC16H3S - Analytical Instrumentation
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Specialist programs in Chemistry. Shortly after 4:00pm on Thursday, Sept 14th, , if there isn't already a waitlist, any remaining spaces in this course will become available to any students that meet the prerequisite requirements.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0017:00EV 216Simpson, A.
CHMC21H3F - Topics in Biophysical Chemistry
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE12:0014:00AA 208Sullan, R.
CHMC31Y3S - Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in the Specialist programs in Chemistry and Biological Chemistry.
Period 2
Shortly after 3:00 pm Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in this course will open to students in the Environmental Chemistry Specialist Program and Major programs in Chemistry and Biochemistry.
Period 3
Starting shortly after 3:00 pm Friday, July 21st, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in this course may open to other students. This course is limited to 20 students
Information
This course is limited to 20 students
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR12:0015:00IC 328Zimmer-De Iuliis, M.
PRA0001TU09:0016:00EV 123
CHMC42H3S - Organic Synthesis
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0012:00SW 128Thavarajah, N./Mikhaylichenko, S.
PRA0001TU13:0017:00EV 112
PRA0002TU13:0017:00EV 113
PRA0003TU13:0017:00EV 114
PRA0004WE13:0017:00EV 113
PRA0005WE13:0017:00EV 114
PRA0006WE13:0017:00EV 122
PRA0007WE13:0017:00EV 123
CHMC47H3F - Bio-Organic Chemistry
Information
All CHMC47H3 PRACTICALS WILL BE CLOSED AS OF 12:00pm on Friday, SEPT. 8th.
Please email mikhay@utsc.utoronto.ca if you need to add or change your practical.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR09:0011:00SW 128Mikhaylichenko, S.
TU17:0018:00SW 143Mikhaylichenko, S.
PRA0001MO09:0013:00EV 112
PRA0002MO09:0013:00EV 113
PRA0003MO09:0013:00EV 114
PRA0004MO09:0013:00EV 122
PRA0005TH09:0013:00EV 114
PRA0006TH09:0013:00EV 112
PRA0007TH09:0013:00EV 113
CHMD16H3S - Environmental and Analytical Chemistry
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Environmental Chemistry Specialist program. Shortly after 4:00pm on Thursday, Sept 14th, if there isn't already a waitlist, any remaining spaces in this course will become available to any students that meet the prerequisite requirements.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0016:00BV 359Simpson, M.
CHMD71H3S - Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00AA 204Dalili, S.
CHMD79H3S - Topics in Biological Chemistry
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH14:0016:00PO 101Kerman, K.
CHMD89H3F - Introduction to Green Chemistry
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0012:00EV 140Sauer, E.No longer Permission of Instructor. 07/05/17
CHMD90Y3Y - Directed Research
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Physical and Environmental Science Office EV 241
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01Izmaylov, A./Wania, F.
CHMD91H3Y - Directed Research
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Physical and Environmental Science Office EV241
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01Wania, F./Izmaylov, A.
CITB01H3S - Canadian Cities and Planning
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00SW 309Allahwala, M.
TUT0001MO13:0014:00PO 101
TUT0002MO14:0015:00PO 101
TUT0003MO15:0016:00PO 101
TUT0004MO16:0017:00PO 101
CITB02H3S - Foundations of City Studies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00SW 309Allahwala, M.
TUT0001WE13:0014:00PO 101
TUT0002WE14:0015:00PO 101
TUT0003WE15:0016:00PO 101
TUT0004WE16:0017:00PO 101
CITB03H3S - Social Planning and Community Development
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00IC 220Bunce, S.
CITB04H3F - City Politics
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00MW 170Flynn, A.
TUT0001MO15:0016:00HW 308
TUT0002MO16:0017:00HW 308
TUT0003MO15:0016:00AA 206
TUT0004MO16:0017:00AC 334
CITB08H3F - Economy of Cities
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0013:00HW 214Miron, J.ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
CITC02H3S - Learning in Community Service
Enrolment controls
Priority enrolment is given to students registered in the City Studies programs.
Students from other programs may request admission through the Program Advisor at cit-advisor@utsc.utoronto.ca
Students must complete an interview prior to consideration for approval into the course. Interviews will be conducted in mid-late November. You will not be officially enrolled in the course until you receive approval from the instructor.
Seminar classes will be held off-campus at the
City Studies program's Community Outreach Office at 4117 Lawrence Ave. East.
Students will be expected to meet for class at this location
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00Bunce, S.
CITC03H3S - Real Estate and the City
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO14:0017:00HW 215Miron, J.
CITC04H3F - Municipal and Planning Law in Ontario
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in City Studies, and Urban Public Policy and Governance programs. Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, any remaining space in this course will open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU19:0021:00MW 110Snow, K.
CITC09H3F - Introduction to Planning History: Toronto and Its Region
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00IC 220White, R.
CITC12H3S - City Structures and City Choices: Local Government, Management and Policy Making
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in City Studies and Urban Public Policy and Governance programs. Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, any remaining space in this course will open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00MW 160Flynn, A.
CITC14H3S - Environmental Planning
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU19:0021:00MW 170Snow, K.
CITC15H3S - Taxing and Spending: Public Finance in Canadian Cities
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in City Studies and Urban Public Policy and Governance programs. Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, any remaining space in this course will open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00MW 160Zwick, A.
CITC16H3F - Planning and Governing the Metropolis
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00MW 140Zwick, A.
CITD01H3S - City Issues and Strategies
Enrolment controls
Enrolment is restricted to students in the Major Program in City Studies. Students must have a GPA of at least 2.5 to be considered for this course. You may request this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.
Please contact the instructor by email at: aallahwala@utsc.utoronto.ca for course registration approval.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0016:00HW 214Allahwala, M.
CITD05H3S - City Studies Workshop I

LEC01:The Art of City Building

Enrolment controls
Enrolment is restricted to students in the Specialist, Major and Major Co-op Programs in City Studies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0018:00AC 260
CITD06H3F - City Studies Workshop II

LEC01:Engaging the Public in Policy Making

Enrolment controls
Enrolment is restricted to students in the Specialist, Major and Major Co-op Programs in City Studies.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0018:00AC 260Swerhun, N.
CITD30H3F - Supervised Research Project
Enrolment controls
Enrolment is restricted to students in the Major and Major co-op Programs in City Studies. Students must have a GPA of at least 2.5 to be considered for this course. You will not be officially enrolled in the course until you receive approval. Please refer to the Supervised Study Instructions below.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)

SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
City Studies Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
CITD30H3S - Supervised Research Project
Enrolment controls
Enrolment is restricted to students in the Major and Major co-op Programs in City Studies. Students must have a GPA of at least 2.5 to be considered for this course. You will not be officially enrolled in the course until you receive approval. Please refer to the Supervised Study Instructions below.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).

SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
City Studies Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
CLAA04H3F - The Ancient Mediterranean World
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00HW 216Spurrier, T.
CLAA05H3F - Ancient Mythology I: Mesopotamia and Egypt
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00SY 110Spurrier, T.
CLAA06H3S - Ancient Mythology II: Greece and Rome
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU16:0018:00AA 112Cundy, J.
CLAB05H3F - History and Culture of the Greek World
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0019:00SW 128Cushing, A.
CLAB06H3S - History and Culture of the Roman World
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00SW 319Blouin, K.
CLAC11H3S - Classical Literature I: Poetry
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in Classical Studies Minor Program. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00BV 355Oliver, J.
CLAC68H3S - Constructing the Other: Orientalism through Time and Place
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in Classical Studies Minor Program. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00MW 160Daswani, G./Blouin, K.
CLAD05H3F - Water Management in the Ancient Mediterranean World
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in Classical Studies Minor Program. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00AC 332Blouin, K.
COPD01H3F - Navigating the World of Work
Enrolment controls
Arts & Science Co-op students are automatically enrolled into the appropriate co-op courses each semester based on their program of study and co-op work term sequence. If you have any questions regarding your enrolment please contact askcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE17:0019:00AC 223Jairam, C./Kunkel, J.
COPD01H3S - Navigating the World of Work
Enrolment controls
Arts & Science Co-op students are automatically enrolled into the appropriate co-op courses each semester based on their program of study and co-op work term sequence. If you have any questions regarding your enrolment please contact askcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE17:0019:00AC 223Jairam, C./Kunkel, J.
COPD02H3Y - Co-op IDS Work Prep
Enrolment controls
Arts & Science Co-op students are automatically enrolled into the appropriate co-op courses each semester based on their program of study and co-op work term sequence. If you have any questions regarding your enrolment please contact askcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR13:0015:00MW 140Boomgaardt, K.
COPD03H3F - Co-op Arts and Science Work Prep
Enrolment controls
Arts & Science Co-op students are automatically enrolled into the appropriate co-op courses each semester based on their program of study and co-op work term sequence. If you have any questions regarding your enrolment please contact askcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO17:0019:00IC 230Ying, J./Jairam, C.
LEC02MO17:0019:00IC 212Vanloo-Mve, M./Jairam, C.
LEC04FR15:0017:00IC 212Jairam, C./Berdine (Dixon), C.
LEC05FR15:0017:00IC 230Tacorda, L./Jairam, C.
COPD03H3S - Co-op Arts and Science Work Prep
Enrolment controls
Arts & Science Co-op students are automatically enrolled into the appropriate co-op courses each semester based on their program of study and co-op work term sequence. If you have any questions regarding your enrolment please contact askcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO17:0019:00IC 230
LEC02MO17:0019:00IC 212
LEC03WE17:0019:00IC 230
LEC04WE17:0019:00IC 212
LEC05FR15:0017:00IC 212
COPD04H3Y - Co-op IDS Work Prep
Enrolment controls
Arts & Science Co-op students are automatically enrolled into the appropriate co-op courses each semester based on their program of study and co-op work term sequence. If you have any questions regarding your enrolment please contact askcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00MW 130Boomgaardt, K.
COPD07Y3Y - Co-op Management Work Prep
Enrolment controls
The Co-op Management Work Term Preparation course is mandatory for all Management Co-op students prior to their first work term. It is a credit requirement in addition to your BBA degree requirements and is not included in your cGPA. There are no tuition fees attached to this course. The Work Term Preparation course will begin the first week of classes. mgmt/work-term-prep-course

For any questions regarding this class, please contact the Management Co-op office at 416.287.7111 or mgmtcoop
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0012:00IC 320Thaskaran, A.
LEC02WE12:0013:00SW 309McDowell (Simmons), K.Room change 09/05/17.
LEC03TH10:0011:00IC 212Klinkhammer, T.
LEC04TH15:0016:00IC 200McDowell (Simmons), K.Room Changed 09/13/17.
LEC05TH16:0017:00IC 200Thaskaran, A.Room Changed 09/13/17.
TUT3001TU18:0020:00IC 220Thaskaran, A.
TUT3001TU18:0020:00IC 220McDowell (Simmons), K.
TUT3001TU18:0020:00IC 220Klinkhammer, T.
COPD08Y3Y - Management & International Business Work Term Preparation Course
Enrolment controls
Enrolment in this course will be restricted to only students in the MIB Coop Program. The Management & International Business Work Term Preparation Course is mandatory for all MIB Co-op students prior to their first work term. It is a credit requirement in addition to your BBA degree requirements and is not included in your CGPA. There are no tuition fees attached to this course. The Work Term Preparation course will begin the first week of classes. mgmt/work-term-prep-course

For any questions regarding this class, please contact the Management Co-op office at 416.287.7111 or mgmtcoop
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0010:00IC 208Klinkhammer, T.
TUT3001TU18:0020:00IC 220Added 08/25/17
TUT3001TU19:0021:00IC 220
COPD11H3F - Job Search Competition: Work Term 1
Enrolment controls
Arts & Science Co-op students are automatically enrolled into the appropriate co-op courses each semester based on their program of study and co-op work term sequence. If you have any questions regarding your enrolment please contact askcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO16:0017:00MW 120Jairam, C./Burrows, D.
WE16:0017:00HW 214Jairam, C./Burrows, D.
LEC02TU10:0011:00IC 220Lott, A./Jairam, C.
TH10:0011:00IC 220Lott, A./Jairam, C.
LEC03WE10:0011:00IC 120Lott, A./Jairam, C.
FR10:0011:00IC 120Lott, A./Jairam, C.
LEC04TU14:0015:00BV 355Jairam, C./Burrows, D.
TH14:0015:00IC 320Jairam, C./Burrows, D.
COPD11H3S - Job Search Competition: Work Term 1
Enrolment controls
Arts & Science Co-op students are automatically enrolled into the appropriate co-op courses each semester based on their program of study and co-op work term sequence. If you have any questions regarding your enrolment please contact askcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0016:00IC 212
WE15:0016:00IC 212
LEC02TU12:0013:00IC 220
TH12:0013:00MW 130
LEC03TH15:0017:00MW 130
LEC04TU09:0010:00IC 120
FR09:0010:00IC 320
COPD12H3F - Job Search Competition: Work Term 2
Enrolment controls
Arts & Science Co-op students are automatically enrolled into the appropriate co-op courses each semester based on their program of study and co-op work term sequence. If you have any questions regarding your enrolment please contact askcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0010:00IC 120Jairam, C./Burrows, D.
LEC02WE09:0010:00IC 120Lott, A./Jairam, C.
LEC04TH14:0015:00AA 205Lott, A./Jairam, C.ROOM CHANGE 08/29/17.
COPD12H3S - Job Search Competition: Work Term 2
Enrolment controls
Arts & Science Co-op students are automatically enrolled into the appropriate co-op courses each semester based on their program of study and co-op work term sequence. If you have any questions regarding your enrolment please contact askcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0014:00IC 328
LEC02MO14:0015:00AA 206
LEC03TH09:0010:00SW 128
LEC04TU09:0010:00AA 206
COPD13H3F - Job Search Competition: Work Term 3
Enrolment controls
Arts & Science Co-op students are automatically enrolled into the appropriate co-op courses each semester based on their program of study and co-op work term sequence. If you have any questions regarding your enrolment please contact askcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH09:0010:00IC 320Jairam, C./Burrows, D.
COPD13H3S - Job Search Competition: Work Term 3
Enrolment controls
Arts & Science Co-op students are automatically enrolled into the appropriate co-op courses each semester based on their program of study and co-op work term sequence. If you have any questions regarding your enrolment please contact askcoop@utsc.utoronto.ca
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0012:00IC 326
CRTB01H3F - Introduction to Curating Art
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0017:00AA 204Irving, S.
CRTB02H3S - Exhibiting Art
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0014:00AA 207Webster, E.
CRTC72H3S - Art, the Museum, and the Gallery
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR10:0013:00AA 204Webster, E.
CRTD44H3F - Curating Historical Art
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0014:00AA 204Webster, E.
CSCA08H3F - Introduction to Computer Science I
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0013:00HW 216Harrington, B./Ahmadzadeh, M.
WE11:0013:00SW 319Harrington, B./Ahmadzadeh, M.
LEC02FR12:0013:00SW 319Ahmadzadeh, M./Harrington, B.
WE13:0015:00SW 319Ahmadzadeh, M./Harrington, B.
LEC03TU15:0016:00SW 319Ahmadzadeh, M./Harrington, B.
TH15:0017:00SW 309Ahmadzadeh, M./Harrington, B.
LEC04MO16:0017:00SW 319Harrington, B./Ahmadzadeh, M.
WE15:0017:00SW 309Harrington, B./Ahmadzadeh, M.
LEC30TU18:0021:00SW 309Ahmadzadeh, M./Harrington, B.Added 07/20/17
TUT0001FR09:0010:00AA 208
TUT0002FR10:0011:00IC 326ROOM CHANGE 08/30/17.
TUT0003FR13:0014:00BV 361ROOM CHANGE 08/30/17
TUT0004FR14:0015:00MW 160ROOM CHANGE 08/30/17.
TUT0005WE19:0020:00HW 402ROOM CHANGE 08/29/17.
TUT0006TH10:0011:00IC 320
TUT0007TU09:0010:00AA 207ROOM CHANGE 09/12/17
TUT0008TU10:0011:00BV 355ROOM CHANGE 09/11/17.
TUT0009TH09:0010:00BV 260
TUT0010WE09:0010:00AA 204
TUT0011WE09:0010:00HW 308
TUT0012TH13:0014:00SW 319
TUT0013FR13:0014:00HW 402
TUT0014TH10:0011:00MW 170
TUT0015FR11:0012:00IC 326ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
TUT0017TU15:0016:00AA 208
TUT0020WE11:0012:00BV 264
TUT0021MO11:0012:00HW 408
TUT0022MO12:0013:00AA 207
TUT0023FR12:0013:00AA 204ROOM CHANGE 08/30/17.
TUT0025TH13:0014:00HW 408
TUT0027TU11:0012:00BV 355Classroom changed 09/11/17
TUT0029TH11:0012:00IC 120Added 07/21/17
CSCA08H3S - Introduction to Computer Science I
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0017:00SW 319Ahmadzadeh, M.
TH15:0016:00IC 130Ahmadzadeh, M.
TUT0001TH17:0018:00IC 204ROOM CHANGE 10/30/17.
TUT0002FR14:0015:00IC 204ROOM CHANGE 10/30/17.
TUT0003TU18:0019:00MW 170
TUT0004MO09:0010:00MW 160
TUT0005TU17:0018:00BV 363
TUT0006FR09:0010:00IC 326
CSCA20H3F - Introduction to Programming
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0011:00SY 110Bretscher, A.
LEC02MO11:0013:00SW 319Bretscher, A.Moved up 1 hr. 08/17/17
TUT0001MO10:0012:00BV 498
TUT0002MO14:0016:00BV 498
TUT0003TU14:0016:00BV 469
TUT0004TU16:0018:00BV 471
TUT0006WE13:0015:00BV 471
TUT0007WE13:0015:00BV 498
TUT0008TH09:0011:00BV 498
TUT0009TH11:0013:00BV 498
TUT0010TH14:0016:00BV 498
TUT0011FR10:0012:00BV 471
TUT0012FR11:0013:00BV 469
CSCA48H3S - Introduction to Computer Science II
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0014:00IC 130Cheng, N./Ahmadzadeh, M.
TH10:0012:00SW 309Cheng, N./Ahmadzadeh, M.
LEC02MO12:0013:00IC 130Ahmadzadeh, M./Cheng, N.
WE11:0013:00SW 319Ahmadzadeh, M./Cheng, N.
LEC03TU16:0017:00SW 309Ahmadzadeh, M./Cheng, N.
TH15:0017:00HW 216Ahmadzadeh, M./Cheng, N.
LEC04TU17:0018:00SW 309Ahmadzadeh, M./Cheng, N.
WE15:0017:00SW 309Ahmadzadeh, M./Cheng, N.
TUT0001TU16:0017:00HW 214
TUT0002FR13:0014:00AA 207
TUT0003WE16:0017:00BV 264
TUT0005TU09:0010:00AA 209
TUT0006TH09:0010:00AA 206
TUT0007WE09:0010:00AA 206
TUT0008WE16:0017:00IC 120
TUT0009TU10:0011:00MW 110
TUT0011TH10:0011:00HW 214
TUT0012TH12:0013:00AA 207
TUT0013FR12:0013:00IC 212
TUT0015FR10:0011:00IC 320
TUT0016FR12:0013:00AA 207
TUT0017FR14:0015:00BV 363
TUT0018TU11:0012:00MW 262
TUT0019FR09:0010:00BV 361
TUT0020TU18:0019:00IC 204ROOM CHANGE 10/30/17.
TUT0021TU12:0013:00SW 143
TUT0022FR11:0012:00SW 319
TUT0023WE13:0014:00HW 308
TUT0025TH10:0011:00HW 215
TUT0026TH14:0015:00BV 260
CSCA67H3F - Discrete Mathematics
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR09:0011:00AA 112Pancer, R./Bretscher, A.
LEC02FR13:0015:00AA 112Pancer, R./Bretscher, A.
LEC03WE11:0013:00IC 130Pancer, R./Bretscher, A.
TUT0001WE20:0021:00MW 262
TUT0003TH19:0020:00MW 110
TUT0004WE19:0020:00MW 262
TUT0005FR12:0013:00HW 214
TUT0006TH12:0013:00MW 140Room changed 09/08/17.
TUT0007MO12:0013:00IC 320
TUT0008WE13:0014:00MW 262
TUT0009TU12:0013:00HW 408
TUT0010TH13:0014:00HW 402
TUT0011TU17:0018:00HW 214
TUT0012MO09:0010:00HW 402
TUT0013FR14:0015:00HW 214
TUT0014TU13:0014:00AA 205
TUT0015FR09:0010:00AA 204
TUT0016MO16:0017:00HW 402
TUT0017WE09:0010:00PO 101
TUT0018MO12:0013:00PO 101
TUT0019TH10:0011:00HW 214
TUT0020TU16:0017:00MW 223
TUT0021TH15:0016:00IC 320ROOM CHANGE 09/22/17
TUT0022WE10:0011:00IC 326
TUT0024TU13:0014:00IC 326
TUT0026TU14:0015:00BV 361
TUT0027FR14:0015:00BV 361
TUT0028TH13:0014:00AA 205ROOM CHANGE 08/29/17.
TUT0030TU09:0010:00BV 260
CSCB07H3F - Software Design
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30MO20:0022:00SW 319Bettridge, J.
LEC31TH19:0021:00SW 319Bettridge, J.
TUT3001TH17:0018:00BV 473
TUT3003TU15:0016:00BV 473
TUT3005WE13:0014:00BV 473
TUT3006WE14:0015:00BV 473
TUT3008TH15:0016:00BV 473
TUT3010FR14:0015:00BV 473
TUT3012MO19:0020:00BV 473
CSCB09H3S - Software Tools and Systems Programming
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30MO19:0021:00SW 319Rosenthal, A.
LEC31WE19:0021:00SW 319Rosenthal, A.
TUT3001TU10:0011:00BV 473
TUT3003TU13:0014:00BV 473
TUT3004WE11:0012:00BV 473
TUT3005WE13:0014:00BV 473
TUT3006WE14:0015:00BV 473
TUT3007TH13:0014:00BV 473
TUT3008TH14:0015:00BV 473
TUT3009WE12:0013:00BV 473
CSCB20H3S - Introduction to Databases and Web Applications
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0011:00SW 319Attarwala, A.
TUT0001MO11:0012:00BV 473
TUT0002MO12:0013:00BV 473
TUT0003MO13:0014:00BV 473
TUT0004MO14:0015:00BV 473
TUT0005FR14:0015:00BV 473
CSCB36H3F - Introduction to the Theory of Computation
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00HW 216Cheng, N.
FR10:0011:00SW 319Cheng, N.
LEC02WE11:0013:00SW 128Cheng, N.
FR11:0012:00SW 143Cheng, N.
TUT0001MO10:0011:00SW 309
TUT0002TU16:0017:00MW 170
TUT0003WE10:0011:00HW 308
TUT0004FR12:0013:00MW 170
TUT0005FR12:0013:00HW 216Added 8/3/17
CSCB58H3S - Computer Organization
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0012:00AC 223Harrington, B.
FR11:0013:00SW 309Harrington, B.
LEC02MO15:0017:00SW 309Harrington, B.
WE16:0017:00AA 112Harrington, B.
PRA0001MO19:0022:00IC 402
PRA0002TU18:0021:00IC 402
PRA0003WE19:0022:00IC 402
PRA0004TH18:0021:00IC 402
PRA0005TU15:0018:00IC 402
PRA0006TH15:0018:00IC 402
TUT0001WE10:0011:00BV 363
TUT0002FR14:0015:00SW 319
TUT0003TH17:0018:00HW 408ROOM CHANGE 10/30/17.
TUT0004FR09:0010:00HW 402
TUT0005WE10:0011:00MW 130
TUT0006WE12:0013:00IC 230
CSCB63H3S - Design and Analysis of Data Structures
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0014:00AA 112Bretscher, A.ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
TH15:0017:00SW 309Bretscher, A.ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
LEC02WE15:0016:00AA 112Lai, A.
FR13:0015:00SW 309Lai, A.
TUT0001TH19:0020:00AA 206
TUT0002TU19:0020:00AA 207
TUT0003TH17:0018:00IC 230
TUT0004TU18:0019:00AA 208
TUT0005FR09:0010:00BV 260
TUT0006MO19:0020:00AA 208
TUT0007MO16:0017:00AA 206
TUT0008MO14:0015:00HW 308
TUT0009TU10:0011:00MW 170
CSCC01H3F - Introduction to Software Engineering
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0014:00IC 220Sans, T.
FR13:0014:00MW 160Sans, T.
LEC02WE16:0017:00SW 319Sans, T.
TH16:0017:00IC 220Sans, T.
TUT0001TU11:0012:00BV 473
TUT0002TU12:0013:00BV 473
TUT0003TH09:0010:00BV 473
TUT0004TH10:0011:00BV 473
CSCC09H3S - Programming on the Web
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0012:00MW 160Sans, T.
FR11:0013:00HW 214Sans, T.
LEC02MO13:0015:00IC 220Sans, T.
FR14:0015:00MW 160Sans, T.
PRA0001MO09:0011:00BV 473
PRA0002MO15:0017:00BV 473
PRA0003FR09:0011:00BV 473
PRA0004TH18:0020:00BV 473
CSCC10H3S - Human-Computer Interaction
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00SW 143Nizam, N.
TUT0001TU11:0012:00BV 473
TUT0002TU12:0013:00BV 473
TUT0003WE19:0020:00BV 473Added 27/10/17.
CSCC11H3F - Introduction to Machine Learning and Data Mining
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR11:0013:00SW 128Estrada, F.
TUT0001TU15:0016:00BV 355
TUT0002WE11:0012:00HW 408
TUT0003FR14:0015:00BV 363Added 07/20/17
CSCC24H3S - Principles of Programming Languages
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00SY 110Lai, A.
TUT0001TU14:0016:00BV 473
TUT0002TU16:0018:00BV 473
TUT0003WE09:0011:00BV 473
TUT0004WE15:0017:00BV 473
TUT0005TH09:0011:00BV 473
TUT0006TU18:0020:00BV 473
CSCC37H3F - Introduction to Numerical Algorithms for Computational Mathematics
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO14:0017:00AA 112Pancer, R.
TUT0001TU10:0011:00IC 120
TUT0002TU09:0010:00BV 355
TUT0003MO11:0012:00MW 130
TUT0004FR11:0012:00BV 363
TUT0005TH09:0010:00MW 170
TUT0006FR12:0013:00AA 207
TUT0007MO09:0010:00PO 101
CSCC43H3F - Introduction to Databases
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH14:0016:00IC 220Ahmadzadeh, M.
TUT0001TU12:0013:00IC 402
TUT0002WE14:0015:00IC 402
TUT0003WE15:0016:00IC 402
CSCC46H3F - Social and Information Networks
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0014:00HW 215Anderson, A.
TUT0001TU11:0012:00BV 498
TUT0002TU10:0011:00BV 498Room changed. 09/25/17
CSCC63H3S - Computability and Computational Complexity
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0013:00HW 216Molloy, M.
WE12:0014:00IC 130Molloy, M.
TUT0001TH17:0018:00AA 204
TUT0002TH18:0019:00AA 206
TUT0003WE14:0015:00BV 363Day and Time changed 07/20/17
CSCC69H3S - Operating Systems
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR09:0011:00SW 319
TUT0001WE11:0012:00IC 212
TUT0002TH15:0016:00AC 334
TUT0003TH16:0017:00AC 334
TUT0004FR11:0012:00IC 326
CSCC73H3F - Algorithm Design and Analysis
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0012:00IC 220Hadzilacos, V.
WE09:0011:00IC 220Hadzilacos, V.
TUT0001FR10:0011:00BV 355
TUT0002TU16:0017:00IC 212
TUT0003FR13:0014:00BV 355
TUT0004FR09:0010:00AA 205
CSCC85H3F - Introduction to Embedded Systems
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE12:0014:00IC 230Estrada, F.
PRA0001TU18:0020:00IC 402Time changed 08/25/17
PRA0002TU16:0018:00IC 402
TUT0001TU15:0016:00IC 212
TUT0002TU14:0015:00IC 402Day and time changed. 08/25/17
CSCD01H3S - Engineering Large Software Systems
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30MO19:0021:00IC 220Bettridge, J.
TUT3001FR13:0015:00BV 264
TUT3002TH13:0015:00MW 130
TUT3003TU13:0015:00MW 130
CSCD03H3F - Social Impact of Information Technology
Enrolment controls
Restricted to 4th year students enrolled in any stream of the CSC Specialist or MGT-IT Specialist (Co-op and non-Co-op). The lecture has a maximum capacity of 50 students. Other students may enroll only with permission of the CSC Program Supervisor and only if there is excess capacity.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00IC 212Hirst, G.
WE15:0017:00MW 140Hirst, G.
CSCD03H3S - Social Impact of Information Technology
Enrolment controls
Restricted to 4th year students enrolled in any stream of the CSC Specialist or MGT-IT Specialist (Co-op and non-Co-op). The lecture has a maximum capacity of 50 students. Other students may enrol only with permission of the CSC Program Supervisor and only if there is excess capacity.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00IC 204Hirst, G.
WE15:0017:00IC 208Hirst, G.
CSCD18H3F - Computer Graphics
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0010:00IC 326Estrada, F.
TH09:0010:00IC 326Estrada, F.
TUT0001MO14:0015:00AA 206
CSCD27H3F - Computer and Network Security
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00MW 170Sans, T.
PRA0001MO13:0014:00BV 473
PRA0002TU14:0015:00BV 473
PRA0003FR11:0012:00BV 473
PRA0004FR12:0013:00BV 473
TUT0001MO10:0011:00IC 326
TUT0002TH10:0011:00AC 334
TUT0003FR10:0011:00AA 206
TUT0004MO12:0013:00HW 308ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
CSCD37H3S - Analysis of Numerical Algorithms for Computational Mathematics
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0012:00AA 206Pancer, R.
TUT0001TU13:0014:00PO 101
CSCD43H3S - Database System Technology
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR09:0011:00AA 208Attarwala, A.
TUT0001TH17:0018:00IC 120
CSCD54H3S - Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00IC 402Kontozopoulos, H.Day and time changed 07/05/17
TUT0001MO15:0016:00AA 206
CSCD58H3S - Computer Networks
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00IC 220Harrington, B.
TUT0001FR11:0012:00AA 208
TUT0002TU12:0013:00IC 320
TUT0003TU16:0017:00IC 320
CSCD70H3S - Compiler Optimization
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00IC 326Pekhimenko, G.
TUT0001MO10:0011:00AA 209
CSCD84H3S - Artificial Intelligence
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0010:00IC 220Estrada, F.
WE09:0010:00MW 130Estrada, F.
TUT0001TU11:0012:00BV 361
TUT0002TU15:0016:00AA 209
CSCD90H3S - The Startup Sandbox
Enrolment controls
When enrolment commences, CSC courses are open to all CSC program students, and all other students who require this course for their program. Students must also meet the course pre-requisite(s).

Starting shortly after 12 noon on Friday, July 21st, B-, C- and D-level CSC courses will be opened to all students who meet the pre-requisites. Students who do not require this course for their program must meet additional Cumulative GPA (CGPA) requirements:
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 2.75 may not take any B- level CSC course, with exception of CSCB20H3.
-A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a CGPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course.
-When a B-, C-, or D-level CSC course approaches its capacity, CSC program students will be given preference for further enrollment over non-CSC program students.

Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0016:00IC 328Sans, T.
TUT0001MO13:0014:00AC 332
CSCD92H3F - Readings in Computer Science
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Computer Science Office IC449
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
CSCD92H3S - Readings in Computer Science
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Computer Science Office IC449
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
CSCD94H3F - Computer Science Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Computer Science Office IC449
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
CSCD94H3Y - Computer Science Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Computer Science Office IC449
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
CSCD94H3S - Computer Science Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Computer Science Office IC449
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
CSCD95H3F - Computer Science Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Computer Science Office IC449
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
CSCD95H3Y - Computer Science Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Computer Science Office IC449
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
CSCD95H3S - Computer Science Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Computer Science Office IC449
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
CTLA01H3F - Foundations in Effective Academic Communication
Enrolment controls
Period 1: Will be initially restricted to 1st and 2nd year students with no more than 10 credits.
Period 2: Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, Aug 4th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students.
Information
All students must enroll in a Practicum section. Students are also recommended to take the diagnostic test (Academic English Health Check (AEHC)) conducted by the English Language Development Centre in advance of the first day of class. Link to schedule and sign-up: http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/eld/academic-english-health-check-schedule.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00BV 469Khoo, S.
PRA0001WE12:0013:00BV 469
PRA0002WE12:0013:00BV 471
CTLA01H3S - Foundations in Effective Academic Communication
Enrolment controls
Period 1: Will be initially restricted to 1st and 2nd year students with no more than 10 credits.
Period 2: Shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, Aug 4th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students.
Information
All students must enroll in a Practicum section. Students are also recommended to take the diagnostic test (Academic English Health Check (AEHC)) conducted by the English Language Development Centre in advance of the first day of class. Link to schedule and sign-up: http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/eld/academic-english-health-check-schedule.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00BV 469Khoo, S.
PRA0001WE12:0013:00BV 466
CTLA10H3F - Personal Health and Optimal Learning
Information
This course is aimed at first-year students, with the goal of enabling students to adopt effective strategies for learning at university. The course is writing-intensive and focuses on foundational academic skills, as well as experiential learning at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC).

Assignments include frequent informal writing, two papers and a culminating in-class essay. Practical activities include outdoor sports, flexibility training, aquatics, strength and conditioning activities, and yoga/meditation.

Attendance at both lecture and practicals is strictly required, usually at TPASC. Practicals begin on the hour. Arrival on time and in appropriate dress is required.
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LEC01TU10:0012:00AQ 1050Stevenson, S.Held in TPASC1050
PRA0001TH10:0011:00AQ 1050TPASC
PRA0002TH11:0012:00AQ 1050TPASC
CTLA10H3S - Personal Health and Optimal Learning
Information
This course is aimed at first-year students, with the goal of enabling students to adopt effective strategies for learning at university. The course is writing-intensive and focuses on foundational academic skills, as well as experiential learning at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC).

Assignments include frequent informal writing, two papers and a culminating in-class essay. Practical activities include outdoor sports, flexibility training, aquatics, strength and conditioning activities, and yoga/meditation.

Attendance at both lecture and practicals is strictly required, usually at TPASC. Practicals begin on the hour. Arrival on time and in appropriate dress is required.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00AQ 1050Stevenson, S.Held in TPASC1050
PRA0001TH10:0011:00AQ 1050TPASC
PRA0002TH11:0012:00AQ 1050TPASC
CTLB03H3F - Introduction to Service Learning
Enrolment controls
Enrolment requires that students first 'request' the course on ACORN/ROSI and then complete the Service Learning application. For complete application procedures, students should visit the website: Click Here
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Information
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Apply for a placement on our Service Learning and Outreach (SLO) Website: http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/ctl/service-learning-outreach. Submit any required documents along with the Placement Application. If the placement requires a Police Reference Check or Vulnerable Sector Screening, students are responsible for obtaining this before the start of the placement.
Step 3: When the Placement Application is approved, the student will arrange to meet with the Placement Supervisor to sign the SLO Contract confirming the placement duties and responsibilities and finalize the placement schedule. Submit the signed contract and any other forms to AC320A before the first class. Staff will update your status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Step 4: Mandatory attendance to Lectures on Tuesdays, 11:00am to 1:00pm along with fulfilling the agreed placement hours.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00AA 208Persaud, K.
CTLB03H3S - Introduction to Service Learning
Enrolment controls
Enrolment requires that students first 'request' the course on ACORN/ROSI and then complete the Service Learning application. For complete application procedures, students should visit the website: Click Here
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Information
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Apply for a placement on our Service Learning and Outreach (SLO) Website: http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/ctl/service-learning-outreach. Submit any required documents along with the Placement Application. If the placement requires a Police Reference Check or Vulnerable Sector Screening, students are responsible for obtaining this before the start of the placement.
Step 3: When the Placement Application is approved, the student will arrange to meet with the Placement Supervisor to sign the SLO Contract confirming the placement duties and responsibilities and finalize the placement schedule. Submit the signed contract and any other forms to AC320A before the first class. Staff will update your status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Step 4: Mandatory attendance to Lectures on Tuesdays, 11:00am to 1:00pm along with fulfilling the agreed placement hours.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00BV 355Persaud, K.
ECTB61H3F - English to Chinese Translation: Theory and Practice
Enrolment controls
Enrollment will be restricted to students in the Minor program for English/Chinese Translation. Shortly after 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18, any remaining spaces in this course will be open to all students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00BV 260Wu, H.
LEC02TU16:0018:00BV 260Wu, H.
ECTB61H3S - English to Chinese Translation: Theory and Practice
Enrolment controls
Enrollment will be restricted to students in the Minor program for English/Chinese Translation. Shortly after 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18, any remaining spaces in this course will be open to all students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH16:0018:00AA 206Added 24/10/17.
ECTD68H3F - Translation for Business and Media
Enrolment controls
Enrollment will be restricted to students in the Minor program for English/Chinese Translation. Shortly after 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18, any remaining spaces in this course will be open to all students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0012:00HW 215Wu, H.ROOM CHANGE 08/30/17.
ECTD68H3S - Translation for Business and Media
Enrolment controls
Enrollment will be restricted to students in the Minor program for English/Chinese Translation. Shortly after 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18, any remaining spaces in this course will be open to all students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH19:0022:00BV 355Added 24/10/17.
ECTD69H3S - Translation for Government and Public Administration
Enrolment controls
Enrollment will be restricted to students in the Minor program for English/Chinese Translation. Shortly after 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18, any remaining spaces in this course will be open to all students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0016:00AA 204Ma, J.
EESA01H3F - Introduction to Environmental Science
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Environmental Science Specialist programs, Environmental Science Major program, Environmental Science Minor program, International Development Studies Specialist Programs, and the Major program in Physical and Human Geography.
Starting shortly after 3:00 pm Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in this course may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0012:00AC 223Mitchell, C.
PRA0001TH09:0011:00EV 222
PRA0002TH09:0011:00EV 222Open. 09/13/17
PRA0003TH09:0011:00EV 224Closed to further Enrollment 7/31/17
PRA0004TH09:0011:00EV 224
PRA0005TH11:0013:00EV 222
PRA0006TH11:0013:00EV 222
PRA0007TH11:0013:00EV 224
PRA0008TH11:0013:00EV 224
PRA0009TH13:0015:00EV 222
PRA0010TH13:0015:00EV 222
PRA0011TH13:0015:00EV 224
PRA0012TH13:0015:00EV 224
PRA0018WE11:0013:00EV 222
PRA0019WE13:0015:00EV 222
PRA0020WE13:0015:00EV 222
PRA0021WE15:0017:00EV 222
PRA0022WE15:0017:00EV 222
PRA0023FR09:0011:00EV 224
EESA06H3S - Introduction to Planet Earth
Information
LEC 99 is online. To find out more about online courses Click Here
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LEC99Online CourseEyles, N.
EESA07H3F - Water
Information
LEC60 is online. To find out more about online courses Click Here
Please note that online courses may have in-person Term Tests and/or Final Exams. Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30MO19:0022:00AA 112Stefanovic, J.
LEC60Online CourseStefanovic, J.Added 09/14/17
EESA09H3F - Wind
Information
LEC60 is online. To find out more about online courses Click Here
Please note that online courses may have in-person Term Tests and/or Final Exams. Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH18:0021:00HW 216Mohsin, T.
LEC60Online CourseMohsin, T.
EESA10H3S - Human Health and the Environment
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30WE19:0021:00AC 223Stefanovic, S.
LEC60Online CourseStefanovic, S.
EESA11H3S - Environmental Pollution
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH17:0019:00SY 110
EESB02H3S - Principles of Geomorphology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00SW 128Meriano, M.
PRA0001TH11:0013:00EV 224
PRA0002TH13:0015:00EV 224
PRA0003TH15:0017:00EV 224
EESB03H3S - Principles of Climatology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0011:00SW 143Mohsin, T.
WE13:0015:00SW 143Mohsin, T.
TUT0001WE09:0010:00MW 264
TUT0002WE09:0010:00BV 363
TUT0003WE11:0012:00IC 326
TUT0004WE16:0017:00AC 334
TUT0005WE16:0017:00BV 361
TUT0006WE09:0010:00BV 361
EESB04H3F - Principles of Hydrology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00SW 143Stefanovic, J.
TUT0001TH11:0013:00IC 320
TUT0002WE15:0017:00BV 355
TUT0003TH11:0013:00PO 101
TUT0004WE11:0013:00BV 361
EESB05H3F - Principles of Soil Science
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR10:0012:00SW 309Martin, A.
PRA0001TU12:0015:00EV 224
PRA0002TU15:0018:00EV 224
PRA0003TU12:0015:00EV 224
PRA0004TU15:0018:00EV 224
EESB15H3F - Earth History
Enrolment controls
Priority will be given to students in Specialist programs in Environmental Geoscience, Environmental Chemistry and Environmental Biology. Starting shortly after 3:00 pm Friday, July 21st, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in this course may open to other students
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO14:0015:00SW 128Kennedy, K.
TH19:0020:00SW 128Kennedy, K.
TUT0001TU08:0010:00IC 220
TUT0002TH08:0010:00IC 220
EESB18H3F - Natural Hazards
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU18:0021:00IC 204Meriano, M.
EESB19H3S - Mineralogy
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00IC 120Dittrich, M.
PRA0001MO15:0017:00EV 222
PRA0002MO15:0017:00EV 224
EESB20H3S - Sedimentology and Stratigraphy
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00IC 120
PRA0001TU15:0017:00EV 224
PRA0002WE09:0011:00EV 224
EESC03H3S - Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0014:00HW 215
PRA0001MO14:0016:00BV 471
PRA0002MO14:0016:00BV 469
EESC04H3F - Biodiversity and Biogeography
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0019:00IC 200Smith, S.
PRA3001FR09:0011:00EV 222
PRA3002FR11:0013:00EV 222
PRA3003FR13:0015:00EV 222
EESC07H3F - Groundwater
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30WE19:0022:00IC 230Howard, K.
EESC13H3F - Environmental Impact Assessment and Auditing
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00MW 170Meriano, M.ROOM CHANGE 09/12/17
EESC16H3S - Field Camp I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01Cancelled 10/12/17
EESC18H3S - Limnology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH14:0016:00BV 363Dittrich, M.
TUT0001TU17:0018:00IC 200
EESC19H3S - Oceanography
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH09:0011:00IC 120Wells, M.
TUT0001TH11:0012:00HW 308
EESC20H3F - Geochemistry
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in the Environmental Chemistry and Environmental Geoscience Specialist programs. Starting shortly after 3:00 pm Friday, July 21st, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in this course may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00IC 212Simpson, M.
EESC24H3F - Advanced Readings in Environmental Science
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Registrar's Office (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Registrar's Office by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Physical and Environmental Science Office EV241
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01Dittrich, M.
EESC24H3S - Advanced Readings in Environmental Science
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Registrar's Office (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Registrar's Office by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Physical and Environmental Science Office EV241
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01Dittrich, M.
EESC30H3S - Environmental Microbiology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR13:0015:00IC 320Stefanovic, S.
PRA0001TU09:0011:00EV 222
PRA0002WE13:0015:00EV 222
EESC33H3F - Environmental Science Field Course
Enrolment controls
Students must request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you contact the Professor and receive approval for entry into the course.

(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH09:0011:00BV 466Wells, M.ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
EESC34H3S - Sustainability in Practice
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0012:00AA 208Martin, A.
EESC36H3F - Petrology
Enrolment controls
Period 1
Will be initially restricted to 4th year students of Environmental Science Major and Geoscience Specialist.
Period 2
Shortly after 8:00 am on Friday, July 13th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in this course will open to 3rd year Environmental Science Major and Geoscience Specialist students.
Period 3
Starting shortly after 8:00 am on Friday, July 14th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in this course may open to 2nd year students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU18:0020:00IC 120Kennedy, K.
PRA3001WE13:0016:00EV 224
PRA3002WE09:0012:00EV 224
EESC37H3F - Structural Geology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00BV 361Clark, M.
PRA0001TU13:0015:00IC 120
EESD02H3S - Contaminant Hydrogeology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30MO19:0022:00HW 214Stefanovic, S.
EESD06H3S - Climate Change Impact Assessment
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00MW 160Mohsin, T.
TUT0001TU15:0016:00BV 469
EESD09H3F - Research Project in Environmental Science
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Registrar's Office (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Registrar's Office by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Physical and Environmental Science Office EV241
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01Archontitsis, G.
EESD09H3Y - Research Project in Environmental Science
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Registrar's Office (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Registrar's Office by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Physical and Environmental Science Office EV241
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01Archontitsis, G.
EESD09H3S - Research Project in Environmental Science
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Registrar's Office (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Registrar's Office by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Physical and Environmental Science Office EV241
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01Archontitsis, G.
EESD10Y3Y - Research Project in Environmental Science
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Registrar's Office (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Registrar's Office by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Physical and Environmental Science Office EV241
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01Archontitsis, G.
EESD13H3F - Environmental Law, Policy and Ethics
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH19:0021:00IC 208Rempe, G.
EESD15H3F - Fundamentals of Site Remediation
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR12:0015:00IC 208Stefanovic, S.
EESD17Y3Y - Cohort Capstone Course in Environmental Studies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH18:0020:00IC 320MacLellan, J.
EESD18H3S - Environmental Studies Seminar Series
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00AA 207MacLellan, J.
EESD19H3S - Professional Development Seminars in Geoscience
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU18:0020:00AA 206Meriano, M.
ENGA10H3F - Introduction to Twentieth Century Literature and Film: 1890 to World War II
Enrolment controls
Until 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18th, a predetermined number of seats for each year of study will be reserved for students.Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18,. any remaining seats will be open to any student regardless of their year of study.
The waitlist for this course will start shortly after 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0011:00IC 130Leonard, G.
ENGA11H3S - Introduction to Twentieth Century Literature and Film: 1945 to Today
Enrolment controls
Until 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18th, a predetermined number of seats for each year of study will be reserved for students. Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18, any remaining seats will be open to any student regardless of their year of study.
The waitlist for this course will start shortly after 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0011:00IC 130Leonard, G.
ENGB02H3F - Effective Writing in the Sciences
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in any Science Program. Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, any remaining seats will be open to any student regardless of their program.
The waitlist for this course will start shortly after 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR12:0015:00HW 215Flynn, D.
ENGB03H3F - Critical Thinking about Narrative
Enrolment controls
Until 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18th, a predetermined number of seats for each year of study will be reserved for students.Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18,. any remaining seats will be open to any student regardless of their year of study.
The waitlist for this course will start shortly after 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU12:0014:00HW 216Nikkila, S.
TUT0002TU20:0021:00IC 328
TUT0003TU17:0018:00IC 328
TUT0004TU18:0019:00IC 328
TUT0005TH17:0018:00IC 328
TUT0006TH18:0019:00IC 328
TUT0007TH19:0020:00IC 328
ENGB04H3S - Critical Thinking about Poetry
Enrolment controls
Until 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, a predetermined number of seats for each year of study will be reserved for students.
Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, any remaining seats will be open to any student regardless of their year of study.
The waitlist for this course will start shortly after 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00HW 216Dolan, N.
TUT0001TU19:0020:00BV 260
TUT0002TU16:0017:00BV 264
TUT0003TU17:0018:00BV 260
TUT0004TU18:0019:00BV 260
TUT0005TH17:0018:00AA 207
TUT0006TH18:0019:00AA 207
TUT0007TH19:0020:00AA 207Closed 8/8/17
ENGB05H3F - Critical Writing about Literature
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in any English Program. Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in this course may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0010:30MW 223Lockhart, J.
TH09:0010:30MW 223Lockhart, J.
LEC02TU10:3012:00MW 223Assif, M.
TH10:3012:00MW 223Assif, M.
LEC03TU12:0013:30MW 223Keyzad, N.
TH12:0013:30MW 223Keyzad, N.
LEC04TU13:3015:00MW 223Assif, M.
TH13:3015:00MW 223Assif, M.
ENGB05H3S - Critical Writing about Literature
Enrolment controls
Will be initially restricted to students in any English Program. Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in this course may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0010:30MW 223Muredda, A.
TH09:0010:30MW 223Muredda, A.
LEC02TU10:3012:00MW 223Assif, M.
TH10:3012:00MW 223Assif, M.
LEC03TU12:0013:30MW 223East, M.
TH12:0013:30MW 223East, M.
LEC04TU13:3015:00MW 223Assif, M.
TH13:3015:00MW 223Assif, M.
ENGB06H3F - Canadian Literature I: Imagining the Nation
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:3015:00MW 130Vernon, K.
TH13:3015:00MW 130Vernon, K.
ENGB14H3F - Twentieth-Century Drama
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH14:0017:00HW 408Murray, N.
ENGB25H3F - The Canadian Short Story
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU12:0013:30MW 130Goldman, M.
TH12:0013:30MW 130Goldman, M.
ENGB27H3F - Charting Literary History I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR10:0012:00MW 170Ryzhik, Y.
TUT0001FR12:0013:00IC 120
TUT0002FR12:0013:00HW 308
TUT0003FR13:0014:00IC 120
TUT0004FR13:0014:00IC 212
ENGB28H3S - Charting Literary History II
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR10:0012:00SW 128Ryzhik, Y.
TUT0001WE16:0017:00IC 326
TUT0002WE14:0015:00IC 326
TUT0003WE15:0016:00IC 326
TUT0004WE15:0016:00IC 320
ENGB32H3S - Shakespeare in Context I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0014:00BV 264Ryzhik, Y.
ENGB34H3S - The Short Story
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0018:00HW 215Reich, N.
ENGB35H3S - Childrens Literature
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0017:00HW 216Rose, N.
ENGB39H3S - Tolkiens Middle Ages
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0011:00MW 170Gaston, K.
WE10:0011:00MW 170Gaston, K.
ENGB50H3F - Women and Literature: Forging a Tradition
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0012:00HW 215Gagne, A.
ENGB60H3F - Creative Writing: Poetry I
Enrolment controls
Students who request this course on ACORN/ROSI are not officially enrolled until approved by the instructor. Approval depends upon an assessment of a writing portfolio which the student must submit via email .The portfolio should contain 5-15 pages of your best poetry. Please email your portfolio to dtysdal@utsc.utoronto.ca by the first Tuesday of August (for a fall semester offering) or by the first Monday of October (for a winter semester offering)

Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00IC 328Tysdal, D.
ENGB61H3F - Creative Writing: Fiction I
Enrolment controls
Students who request this course on ACORN/ROSI are not officially enrolled until approved by the instructor. Approval depends upon an assessment of a writing portfolio which the student must submit via email .The portfolio should contain 10-20 pages fiction(short stories or a novel excerpt). Please email your portfolio to awestoll@utsc.utoronto.ca by the first Tuesday of August (for a fall semester offering) or by the first Monday of October (for a winter semester offering)

Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0012:00IC 328Westoll, A.
ENGB61H3S - Creative Writing: Fiction I
Enrolment controls
Students who request this course on ACORN/ROSI are not officially enrolled until approved by the instructor. Approval depends upon an assessment of a writing portfolio which the student must submit via email. The portfolio should contain 10-20 pages of fiction (short stories or a novel excerpt). Please email your portfolio to awestoll@utsc.utoronto.ca by the first Tuesday of August (for a fall semester offering) or by the first Monday of October (for a winter semester offering).

Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE12:0014:00BV 361Tysdal, D.
LEC02WE14:0016:00AA 208Added 10/31/17
ENGB63H3F - Creative Non-Fiction I
Enrolment controls
Students who request this course on ACORN/ROSI are not officially enrolled until approved by the instructor. Approval depends upon an assessment of a writing portfolio which the student must submit via email .The portfolio should contain 10-20 pages fiction(short stories or a novel excerpt). Please email your portfolio to awestoll@utsc.utoronto.ca by the first Tuesday of August (for a fall semester offering) or by the first Monday of October (for a winter semester offering)
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00IC 328Westoll, A.
ENGB70H3F - Introduction to Cinema
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00SW 309Pocock, J.
TUT0001MO19:0022:00SW 309Saljoughi, S.
ENGB75H3S - Cinema and Modernity I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR12:0014:00SW 143Flynn, D.
TUT0001FR09:0012:00SW 143
ENGC01H3S - Indigenous Literature in Canada: Turtle Island
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:3015:00HW 402Vernon, K.
TH13:3015:00HW 402Vernon, K.
ENGC03H3S - Topics in Canadian Fiction
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:3012:00HW 402Goldman, M.
TH10:3012:00HW 402Goldman, M.
ENGC04H3S - Creative Writing: Screenwriting
Enrolment controls
Students who request this course on ACORN/ROSI are not officially enrolled until approved by the instructor. Approval depends upon an assessment of a writing portfolio which the student must submit via email .The portfolio should contain 5-15 pages of your best poetry. Please email your to dtysdal@utsc.utoronto.ca by the first Tuesday of August (for a fall semester offering) or by the first Monday of October (for a winter semester offering)

Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00MW 264Tysdal, D.
ENGC15H3S - Concepts in Literary Criticism
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0010:30HW 402Dubois, A.
TH09:0010:30HW 402Dubois, A.
ENGC18H3S - Colonial and Postcolonial Literature
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0016:30BV 260Kortenaar, N.
TH15:0016:30BV 260Kortenaar, N.
ENGC21H3S - The Victorian Novel to 1860
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU12:0013:30HW 402Nikkila, S.
TH12:0013:30HW 402Nikkila, S.
ENGC23H3F - Fantasy and the Fantastic in Literature and the Other Arts
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:3017:00HW 402Nikkila, S.
TH15:3017:00HW 402Nikkila, S.
ENGC29H3F - Chaucer
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0014:30HW 402Gaston, K.
WE13:0014:30HW 402Gaston, K.
ENGC33H3S - Deceit, Dissent, and the English Civil Wars, 1603-1660
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0014:00HW 408Ryzhik, Y.
ENGC38H3F - Novel Genres: Fiction, Journalism, News and Autobiography, 1640-1750
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0015:30HW 402Milne, A.
TH14:0015:30HW 402Milne, A.
ENGC39H3S - The Early Novel in Context, 1740-1830
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30WE19:0022:00HW 408Milne, A.
ENGC42H3F - Romanticism
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO14:3016:00HW 402Milne, A.
WE14:3016:00HW 402Milne, A.
ENGC51H3F - Contemporary Arab Women Writers
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0012:00HW 402Assif, M.
ENGC54H3S - Gender and Genre
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU16:3018:00HW 402Nikkila, S.
TH16:3018:00HW 402Nikkila, S.
ENGC78H3F - Dystopian Visions in Fiction and Film
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU18:0021:00HW 214Flynn, D.
ENGC82H3S - Cinema Studies: Themes and Theories
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30MO19:0022:00HW 402Leonard, G.
TUT3001MO15:0017:00HW 402
ENGC84H3F - Cinema and Migration
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0016:00PO 101Pocock, J.
ENGC86H3S - Creative Writing: Poetry II
Enrolment controls
Students who request this course on ACORN/ROSI are not officially enrolled until approved by the instructor. Approval depends upon an assessment of a writing portfolio which the student must submit via email. The portfolio should contain 10-15 pages of your best fiction. Please email your portfolio to dtysdal@utsc.utoronto.ca by the first Tuesday of August (for a fall semester offering) or by the first Monday of October (for a winter semester offering).
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00BV 359Tysdal, D.
ENGC87H3F - Creative Writing: Fiction II
Enrolment controls
Students who request this course on ACORN/ROSI are not officially enrolled until approved by the instructor. Approval depends upon an assessment of a writing portfolio which the student must submit via email. The portfolio should contain 10-20 pages of fiction (short stories or a novel excerpt). Please email your portfolio to awestoll@utsc.utoronto.ca by the first Tuesday of August (for a fall semester offering) or by the first Monday of October (for a winter semester offering).
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00IC 326Tysdal, D.
ENGC88H3F - Creative Non-Fiction
Enrolment controls
Students who request this course on ACORN/ROSI are not officially enrolled until approved by the instructor. Approval depends upon an assessment of a writing portfolio which the student must submit via email. The portfolio should contain 10-15 pages of your best fiction or creative non-fiction. Please email your portfolio to awestoll@utsc.utoronto.ca by the first Tuesday of August (for a Fall semester offering) or by the first Monday of October (for a Winter semester offering).
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH10:0012:00IC 328Westoll, A.
ENGD03H3F - Topics in Contemporary Literary Theory
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH19:0022:00BV 264Ramizi, E.ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
ENGD12H3S - Topics in Life Writing
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU16:0019:00BV 359King, S.
ENGD19H3F - Theoretical Approaches to Early Modern English Literature and Culture
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO14:0017:00BV 361Ryzhik, Y.
ENGD22H3S - Special Topics in Creative Writing II
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH17:0020:00MW 264Dellamonica, A.
ENGD26Y3Y - Independent Studies: Creative Writing: Poetry
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from (INT) to approved (APP).
English Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ENGD27Y3Y - Independent Studies in Creative Writing: Prose
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
English Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ENGD28Y3Y - Independent Studies in Creative Writing: Special Topics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
English Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ENGD29H3S - Chaucer at Work
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0017:00BV 359Gaston, K.
ENGD42H3F - Studies in Major Modernist Writers
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30MO19:0022:00MW 262Leonard, G.
ENGD48H3F - Studies in Major Victorian Writers
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0014:00MW 262Nikkila, S.
ENGD57H3S - Studies in Major Canadian Writers
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0016:00MW 264Goldman, M.
ENGD59H3F - Topics in American Poetry
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR10:0012:00MW 264Dolan, N.
ENGD60H3S - Topics in American Prose
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH12:0015:00IC 328Dubois, A.
ENGD62H3F - Topics in Postcolonial Literature and Film
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU18:0021:00AA 208Kortenaar, N.
ENGD71H3S - Studies in Arab North American Literature
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0013:00MW 264Assif, M.
ENGD84H3F - Canadian Writing for the New Century
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0014:00MW 223Vernon, K.
ENGD93H3S - Theoretical Approaches to Cinema
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0016:00AA 207Saljoughi, S.
ENGD98Y3Y - Senior Essay and Capstone Seminar
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
English Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0012:00MW 264Assif, M.
ESTB01H3F - Introduction to Environmental Studies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00MW 160MacLellan, J.
TUT0001WE15:0017:00MW 160MacLellan, J.
ESTC34H3S - Sustainability in Practice
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0012:00AA 208Martin, A.
ESTC35H3S - Environmental Science and Technology in Society
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0011:00AA 204Klenk, N.
ESTC36H3F - Knowledge, Ethics and Environmental Decision-Making
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0011:00MW 140Cohen, S.
ESTD17Y3Y - Cohort Capstone Course in Environmental Studies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH18:0020:00IC 320MacLellan, J.
ESTD18H3S - Environmental Studies Seminar Series
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00AA 207MacLellan, J.
ESTD19H3F - Risk
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0012:00IC 320MacLellan, J.
FLDA01Y3Y - Placement Fee Arts Management
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01
FLDC01H3F - Arts Management Field Placement I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01
FLDC01H3S - Arts Management Field Placement I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01
FLDD01H3F - Arts Management Field Placement II
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01
FLDD01H3S - Arts Management Field Placement II
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01
FLDD02H3F - Arts Management Field Placement III
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01
FLDD02H3S - Arts Management Field Placement III
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01
FREA01H3F - Language Practice I
Enrolment controls
Until 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18, a predetermined number of seats for each year of study will be reserved for students.
Starting shortly after 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18, any remaining seats will be open to any student regardless of their year of study.
The waitlist for these courses will start shortly after 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0011:00AA 205Tsimenis, M.
TU10:0011:00AA 204Tsimenis, M.
WE10:0011:00AA 209Tsimenis, M.
LEC02MO11:0012:00AA 206Tsimenis, M.
TU11:0012:00PO 101Tsimenis, M.
WE11:0012:00AA 206Tsimenis, M.
LEC03WE15:0017:00AA 209Poulin-Thibault, K.
FR14:0015:00AA 208Poulin-Thibault, K.
LEC04TH15:0018:00AA 207Frolova, A.Added 08/22/17
LEC05FR10:0013:00AA 208Peric, K.
LEC30TH19:0022:00HW 215Messi Bekamenga, E.
FREA02H3S - Language Practice II
Enrolment controls
Until 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18, a predetermined number of seats for each year of study will be reserved for students.
Starting shortly after 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18, any remaining seats will be open to any student regardless of their year of study.
The waitlist for these courses will start shortly after 3:00 pm on Tuesday, July 18
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO08:0011:00BV 361Chung, C.
LEC02WE15:0017:00BV 363Blanchard, R.
FR14:0015:00AA 209Blanchard, R.
LEC03TU16:0019:00AA 207Pillet, M.
LEC30WE19:0022:00AA 204
FREA96H3F - Introductory French I
Enrolment controls
Period 1: Will be initially restricted to Specialist and Major students in Linguistics and Linguistics Coop.
Period 2: Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, any remaining seats will be open to MIB students and International Development Studies students.
Period 3: Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, July 21st if there is no waitlist, any remaining seats will be open to students in other programs.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR12:0015:00AA 206Sonina, S.
FREA97H3S - Introductory French II
Enrolment controls
Period 1: Will be initially restricted to Specialist and Major students in Linguistics and Linguistics Coop.
Period 2: Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, any remaining seats will be open to MIB students and International Development Studies students.
Period 4: Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, July 21st, if there is no waitlist, any remaining seats will be open to students in other programs.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30WE19:0022:00AA 206
FREA98H3F - Intermediate French I
Enrolment controls
Period 1: Will be initially restricted to Specialist and Major students in Linguistics and Linguistics Coop.
Period 2: Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, any remaining seats will be open to MIB students and International Development Studies students.
Period 3: Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, July 21st if there is no waitlist, any remaining seats will be open to students in other programs.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH18:0021:00AA 208Sararu, C.
FREA99H3S - Intermediate French II
Enrolment controls
Period 1: Will be initially restricted to Specialist and Major students in Linguistics and Linguistics Coop.
Period 2: Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, any remaining seats will be open to MIB students and International Development Studies students.
Period 4: Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, July 21st, if there is no waitlist, any remaining seats will be open to students in other programs.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH18:0021:00AA 204
FREB01H3F - Language Practice III
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in the French Specialist and Major programs (including CTEP). Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in these courses may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00MW 130Beauquis, C.Room Change 09/18/17
WE10:0011:00BV 264Beauquis, C.Room Change 09/18/17
LEC02TU15:0016:00BV 260Beauquis, C.Room changed 09/21/17
WE14:0016:00BV 260Beauquis, C.Room changed 09/21/17
FREB02H3S - Language Practice IV
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in the French Specialist and Major programs (including CTEP). Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in these courses may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU12:0013:00AA 209Beauquis, C.
WE12:0014:00IC 326Beauquis, C.
LEC02MO09:0011:00IC 120English, J.Added 09/13/17
WE10:0011:00IC 120English, J.Added 09/13/17
LEC30WE19:0022:00AA 205Pillet, M.
FREB08H3F - Practical Translation I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU18:0020:00BV 498Mittler, S.
FREB11H3F - French Language Learning in the School System
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0018:00AA 208Beauquis, C.
FREB27H3F - Modern France
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00HW 308Pillet, M.
FREB28H3S - The Francophone World
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0018:00AA 205Beauquis, C.
FREB35H3S - Francophone Literature
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH12:0015:00HW 308Beauquis, C.
FREB36H3S - The 20th Century Quebec Novel
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00HW 408Riendeau, P.
FREB44H3F - Introduction to Linguistics: French Phonetics and Phonology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR09:0011:00HW 402Sonina, S.
FREB45H3F - Introduction to Linguistics: French Morphology and Syntax
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00PO 101Ndayiragije, J.
FREB46H3S - History of the French Language
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR11:0014:00HW 402Sonina, S.
FREB50H3F - Introduction to French Literature I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH17:0020:00AA 206Pillet, M.
FREC01H3F - Language Practice V
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC02TH09:0012:00HW 402English, J.
FREC02H3S - Language Practice VI
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in the French Specialist and Major programs (including CTEP). Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in these courses may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0014:00PO 101English, J.
FREC11H3S - Teaching French as a Second Language
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00AA 205Tsimenis, M.
FREC12H3S - Semantics: The Study of Meaning
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LEC01WE13:0015:00HW 214McCrindle, K.
FREC18H3S - Translation for Business and Professional Needs
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH16:0018:00BV 359Mittler, S.Room Changed 24/10/17.
FREC46H3S - Syntax II
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH17:0020:00AA 205Ndayiragije, J.
FREC54H3F - Paris through the Ages
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0014:00AA 209Drouin, S.
FREC57H3S - French Fiction of the 19th Century
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00AA 207Riendeau, P.
FREC63H3F - Topics in French Literature: Encountering Foreign Cultures: Travel Writing in French
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH19:0021:00MW 170Mittler, S.Room Updated 10/8/17
FREC83H3S - Cultural Identities and Stereotypes in the French Speaking World
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0016:00PO 101Mittler, S.
FRED01H3F - Language Practice VII: Written French
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in the French Specialist and Major programs (including CTEP). Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in these courses may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO08:3010:00AA 208Tsimenis, M.
WE08:3010:00MW 264Tsimenis, M.
FRED02H3F - Supervised Reading
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for French and Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
FRED02H3S - Supervised Reading
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for French and Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
FRED03H3F - Supervised Reading: French
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for French and Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
FRED03H3S - Supervised Reading: French
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for French and Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
FRED04H3F - Supervised Reading
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for French and Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
FRED04H3S - Supervised Reading
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for French and Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
FRED05H3F - Supervised Reading
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for French and Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
FRED05H3S - Supervised Reading
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for French and Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
FRED06H3S - Language Practice VIII: Oral French
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in the French Specialist and Major programs (including CTEP). Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in these courses may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00AC 332Tsimenis, M.
TU10:0011:00AA 205Tsimenis, M.
FRED07H3F - Supervised Reading
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for French and Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
FRED13H3S - Advanced Topics in French Literature
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01English, J.Cance4lled 08/21/17
FRED90Y3Y - Supervised Reading
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for French and Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
FSGA01H3F - Facilitated Study Group
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
TUT0001MO16:0017:00BV 260** TIME UPDATE 08/31/17.
WE15:0016:00BV 264** TIME UPDATE 08/31/17.
TU17:0019:00BV 264** TIME UPDATE 08/31/17.
TUT0007MO12:0013:00BV 264** ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
TH15:0016:00BV 260** ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
TUT0012TU12:0013:00IC 328
FSTB01H3F - Introduction to Food Studies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0011:00SW 319Pilcher, J.
TUT0001WE12:0013:00SW 313Is held every other week.
TUT0002WE12:0013:00AA 205Is held every other week. Room change 09/05/17.
TUT0003WE13:0014:00SW 313Is held every other week.
TUT0004WE13:0014:00AA 205Is held every other week. Room change 09/05/17.
TUT0005WE14:0015:00SW 313Is held every other week.
TUT0006WE14:0015:00BV 361Is held every other week. Room change 09/05/17.
TUT0007TU13:0014:00SW 313Is held every other week. Added 08/30/17
TUT0008TU14:0015:00SW 313Is held every other week. Added 08/30/17
FSTD10H3S - Food Writing and Photography
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to students in Food Studies Minor Program. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00MW 264Halpern, E.
GASA01H3S - Introducing Global Asia and its Histories
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH09:0011:00HW 216Raman, B.
GASB05H3S - Media and Globalization
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE12:0014:00SY 110Nieborg, D.
GASB57H3S - Sub-Continental Histories: South Asia in the World
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE12:0014:00MW 120Arasu, P.
TUT0001WE19:0020:00MW 223
TUT0002WE20:0021:00MW 223
TUT0003WE21:0022:00MW 223
GASB58H3F - Modern Chinese History
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to students in Global Asia Studies Specialist, Major and Minor Program and History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00HW 214Wang, Y.
TUT0001WE12:0013:00HW 308
TUT0002WE15:0016:00HW 308
TUT0003WE16:0017:00HW 308
GASB73H3S - Visualizing Asia
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00AA 204
GASB74H3F - Asian Foods and Global Cities
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00SW 128Sharma, J.ROOM CHANGE 08/28/17.
GASC20H3S - Gendering Global Asia
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in Global Asia Studies Specialist, Major and Minor Programs and Women’s and Gender Studies Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0012:00HW 308
GASC33H3S - Critical Perspectives in Global Buddhism
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in Global Asia Studies Specialist, Major and Minor Programs and History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0017:00HW 308
GASC40H3F - Chinese Media and Politics
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in Global Asia Studies Specialist, Major and Minor Programs and History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00MW 110Bai, R.
GASC41H3S - Media and Popular Culture in East Asia
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in Global Asia Studies Specialist, Major and Minor Programs and History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00MW 140Bai, R.
GASC53H3F - The Silk Routes
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in Global Asia Studies Specialist, Major and Minor Programs and History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00AA 204Durayappah, S.
GASC57H3F - China and the World
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in Global Asia Studies Specialist, Major and Minor Programs and History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR13:0015:00MW 130Wang, Y.
GASD01H3F - Senior Seminar: Topics in Global Asian Migrations
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in Global Asia Studies Specialist, Major and Minor Programs and History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00BV 466Sharma, J.
GASD30H3S - Asians and Aliens: Techno-Orientalism and Global Asian Futurity
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR13:0015:00AC 332Ye, S.Added 07/19/17
GASD58H3S - Culture, Politics, and Society in Late Imperial China
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in Global Asia Studies Specialist, Major and Minor Programs and History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00AC 332Poborsa, J.
GGRA02H3F - The Geography of Global Processes
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00AA 112Ekers, M.
TUT0001TU15:0016:00PO 101
TUT0002TU16:0017:00PO 101
TUT0003TU17:0018:00PO 101
TUT0004TU18:0019:00PO 101
TUT0005TU15:0016:00HW 214Room and time changed 09/11/17.
TUT0006TU15:0016:00IC 320
TUT0007TU16:0017:00IC 320
TUT0008TU17:0018:00IC 320
TUT0009TU14:0015:00SW 319Room and time changed 09/12/17.
GGRA03H3S - Cities and Environments
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00AA 112Buckley, M.
TUT0001TU12:0013:00MW 130
TUT0002TU14:0015:00AA 206
TUT0003TU13:0014:00BV 264Time and Room changed 090117
TUT0004TU14:0015:00BV 264Time and Room changed 090117
TUT0005TU15:0016:00IC 320
TUT0006TU15:0016:00HW 402Time and Room changed 090117
TUT0007TU14:0015:00HW 216
TUT0008TU17:0018:00AC 334
TUT0009TU16:0017:00BV 361
TUT0010TU16:0017:00MW 264
GGRA30H3S - Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Empirical Reasoning
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0011:00HW 216Brauen, G.
PRA0001WE12:0013:00BV 471
PRA0002WE13:0014:00BV 471
PRA0003WE14:0015:00BV 471
PRA0004WE11:0012:00BV 471
PRA0005WE12:0013:00BV 469
PRA0006WE13:0014:00BV 469
PRA0007WE14:0015:00BV 469
PRA0008WE11:0012:00BV 469
GGRB02H3F - The Logic of Geographical Thought
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00IC 220Henry, C.
TUT0001WE10:0011:00BV 260
TUT0002WE11:0012:00BV 260
TUT0003WE14:0015:00MW 262Room changed 09/12/17
TUT0004WE13:0014:00BV 260
GGRB03H3S - Writing Geography
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00IC 220
TUT0001WE12:0013:00AC 334
TUT0002WE13:0014:00BV 260
TUT0003WE14:0015:00BV 260
GGRB05H3F - Urban Geography
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00SW 143Teeple Hopkins, C.
TUT0001TH17:0018:00BV 361
TUT0002TH18:0019:00BV 361
TUT0003TH19:0020:00BV 361
GGRB13H3F - Social Geography
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00SW 128Stephens, L.
TUT0001TU18:0019:00HW 402
TUT0003TU16:0017:00HW 214
TUT0004TU17:0018:00MW 140
GGRB21H3F - Political Ecology: Nature, Society and Environmental Change
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00MW 170Kepe, T.
GGRB28H3S - Geographies of Disease
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00SW 319Hunter, M.
TUT0001TH19:0020:00HW 308
TUT0002TH16:0017:00HW 308
TUT0003TH17:0018:00HW 308
TUT0004TH18:0019:00HW 308
GGRB30H3F - Fundamentals of GIS I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR10:0012:00MW 110Brauen, G.
TUT0001FR13:0014:00BV 498
TUT0002FR14:0015:00BV 498
GGRB32H3S - Fundamentals of GIS II
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR10:0012:00BV 498Brauen, G.
TUT0001FR12:0013:00BV 498
TUT0002FR13:0014:00BV 498
GGRC02H3S - Population Geography
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0019:00MW 140Teeple Hopkins, C.
GGRC12H3S - Transportation Geography
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00MW 110Farber, S.
PRA0001TU13:0014:00BV 469
PRA0002TU14:0015:00BV 469
GGRC13H3S - Urban Political Geography
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in City Studies, Human Geography, Physical and Human Geography, and Urban Public Policy and Governance programs. Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, any remaining space in this course will open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00MW 140Buckley, M.
GGRC24H3S - Socio-Natures and the Cultural Politics of The Environment
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00AA 208Ekers, M.
GGRC27H3S - Location and Spatial Development
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0013:00AA 207Miron, J.
GGRC28H3S - Indigenous Environmental Knowledges
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00SW 143Latulippe, N.
GGRC30H3F - Advanced GIS
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH17:0019:00BV 471Paudel, K.
GGRC31H3S - Qualitative Geographical Methods: Places and Ethnography
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00MW 110Stephens, L.
GGRC32H3F - Essential Spatial Analysis
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU12:0014:00BV 361Farber, S.
PRA0001TU14:0015:00BV 471
GGRC34H3F - Crowd-sourced Urban Geographies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0017:00AC 260Brauen, G.
GGRC44H3F - Environmental Conservation and Sustainable Development
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00HW 215Tessaro, D.
GGRC45H3F - Local Geographies of Globalization
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00MW 120Stephens, L.
GGRC48H3S - Geographies of Urban Poverty
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00HW 215Teeple Hopkins, C.Lec 30 changed to LEC01, 07/21/17
GGRC49H3S - Land, Development, and Struggle in Latin America
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00MW 120Mollett, S.
GGRC50H3F - Geographies of Education
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00HW 308Hunter, M.
GGRD01H3F - Supervised Research Project
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment is restricted to students enrolled in the Major program in Human Geography who have already completed 13.0 FCE's including GGRB02H3. You will not be officially enrolled in the course until you receive approval. Please refer to the Supervised Study Instructions below.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).

SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Human Geography Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
GGRD01H3S - Supervised Research Project
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment is restricted to students enrolled in the Major program in Human Geography who have already completed 13.0 FCE's including GGRB02H3. You will not be officially enrolled in the course until you receive approval. Please refer to the Supervised Study Instructions below.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).

SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Human Geography Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
GGRD09H3F - Feminist Geographies
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in City Studies, Human Geography, and Physical and Human Geography programs. Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, any remaining space in this course will open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00MW 223Henry, C.
GGRD10H3F - Health and Sexuality
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in Human Geography, and Physical and Human Geography programs. Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, any remaining space in this course will open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00AC 334Hunter, M.
GGRD14H3S - Social Justice and the City
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in City Studies, Human Geography, and Physical and Human Geography programs. Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, any remaining space in this course will open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00BV 359Narayanareddy, R.
GGRD25H3F - Research Seminar in Urban Spaces

LEC01:Urban Geographies of Muslim Diasporas

Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in Human Geography, and Physical and Human Geography programs. Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, any remaining space in this course will open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00MW 262Teeple Hopkins, C.Closed 09/01/17
GGRD30H3S - GIS Research Project
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO14:0017:00AC 260Brauen, G.
GGRD31H3F - Independent Research Project
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment is restricted to students enrolled in the Human Geography Major or Minor programs, Human and Physical Geography Major, or Minor program in GIS. You will not be officially enrolled in the course until you receive approval. Please refer to the Supervised Study Instructions below.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).

SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Human Geography Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
GGRD31H3S - Independent Research Project
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment is restricted to students enrolled in the Human Geography Major or Minor programs, Human and Physical Geography Major, or Minor program in GIS. You will not be officially enrolled in the course until you receive approval. Please refer to the Supervised Study Instructions below.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)

SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Human Geography Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
HISA04H3F - Themes in World History I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0011:00AA 112Halpern, E.
HISA06H3S - Introducing Global Asia and its Histories
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH09:0011:00HW 216Raman, B.
HISA07H3F - The Ancient Mediterranean World
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00HW 216Spurrier, T.
HISB03H3F - Critical Writing and Research for Historians
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in the History Major and Specialist programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in this course may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0011:00MW 262Berkowitz, C.
WE10:0011:00MW 264Berkowitz, C.
LEC02MO14:0015:00MW 130Berkowitz, C.
WE14:0015:00HW 408Berkowitz, C.
HISB03H3S - Critical Writing and Research for Historians
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in the History Major and Specialist programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in this course may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0012:00BV 359Berkowitz, C.
WE11:0012:00BV 361Berkowitz, C.
HISB10H3F - History and Culture of the Greek World
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0019:00SW 128Cushing, A.
HISB11H3S - History and Culture of the Roman World
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00SW 319Blouin, K.
HISB14H3S - Edible History: History of Global Foodways
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU18:0020:00SW 309Begin, C.LEC01 changed to LEC30 8/2/17
TUT3001TU13:0014:00SW 313
TUT3002TU14:0015:00SW 313
TUT3003TU15:0016:00SW 313
TUT3004WE10:0011:00SW 313
TUT3005WE11:0012:00SW 313TIME UPDATE 08/31/17.
TUT3005WE11:0012:00SW 313
HISB30H3F - American History to the Civil War
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0012:00BV 264Kazal, R.ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
WE11:0012:00MW 110Kazal, R.ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
TUT0001WE12:0013:00HW 408
TUT0002WE13:0014:00HW 408
HISB31H3S - History of the United States since the Civil War
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0014:00SW 143Berkowitz, C.
WE13:0014:00MW 170Berkowitz, C.
TUT0001MO14:0015:00HW 402
TUT0002MO15:0016:00BV 363
TUT0003Cancelled 08/18/17
HISB40H3S - Early Canada and the Atlantic World
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR10:0012:00HW 215
TUT0001FR12:0013:00MW 262
TUT0002FR13:0014:00MW 223
TUT0003FR14:0015:00MW 223
HISB50H3S - Africa in the Era of the Slave Trade
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00BV 355Dos Santos Oliveira, V.
TUT0001TH17:0018:00HW 214
TUT0002TH18:0019:00HW 214
HISB51H3F - Twentieth Century Africa
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00BV 363Dinani, H.Time changed 08/31/17
TUT0001TU15:0016:00IC 120
TUT0002TU16:0017:00IC 120
HISB57H3S - Sub-Continental Histories: South Asia in the World
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE12:0014:00MW 120Arasu, P.
TUT0001WE19:0020:00MW 223
TUT0002WE20:0021:00MW 223
TUT0003WE21:0022:00MW 223
HISB58H3F - Modern Chinese History
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00HW 214Wang, Y.
TUT0001WE12:0013:00HW 308
TUT0002WE15:0016:00HW 308
TUT0003WE16:0017:00HW 308
HISB62H3F - The Early Modern Mediterranean, 1500-1800
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00BV 260McCarthy, V.Room changed 09/08/17.
HISB74H3F - Asian Foods and Global Cities
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00SW 128Sharma, J.ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
HISB94H3F - Modern Europe II: The Twentieth Century
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0014:00MW 130Nelson IV, W.
TUT0001MO14:0015:00HW 408
TUT0002MO15:0016:00BV 355
HISC01H3S - History and Evidence
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0017:00HW 408Iacovetta, F.
HISC26H3S - The French Revolution and the Napoleonic Empire
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00MW 140Nelson IV, W.
TUT0001TU13:0014:00BV 359
TUT0002TU14:0015:00BV 359
TUT0003TU15:0016:00BV 359
HISC34H3F - Race, Segregation, Protest: South Africa and the United States
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0016:00AA 207Halpern, E.
HISC36H3S - People in Motion: Immigrants and Migrants in U.S. History
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0012:00HW 402Kazal, R.
WE11:0012:00HW 402Kazal, R.
TUT0001WE12:0013:00BV 359
TUT0002WE13:0014:00BV 359
HISC45H3F - Immigrants and Race Relations in Canadian History
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in Global Asia Studies Specialist, Major and Minor Programs and History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00MW 160Iacovetta, F.
HISC46H3F - Canada and the World
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00MW 140Hastings, P.
TUT0001TU15:0016:00IC 328
TUT0002TU16:0017:00IC 328
TUT0003TU17:0018:00IC 204
HISC57H3F - China and the World
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR13:0015:00MW 130Wang, Y.
HISC65H3S - Venice and its Empire, 800-1800
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00HW 214Rothman, E.
TUT0001TH13:0014:00BV 260
TUT0002TH14:0015:00HW 408ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
TUT0003TH15:0016:00BV 359
HISC68H3S - Constructing the Other: Orientalism through Time and Place
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00MW 160Daswani, G./Blouin, K.
HISC97H3S - Women in Sub-Saharan Africa
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00BV 355Dinani, H.
HISD01H3F - Independent Studies: Senior Research Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Historical and Cultural Studies Office HW526
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
HISD01H3S - Independent Studies: Senior Research Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Historical and Cultural Studies Office HW526
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
HISD02H3S - Independent Studies: Senior Research Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Historical and Cultural Studies Office HW526
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
HISD05H3S - Between Two Worlds? Translators and Interpreters in History
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00BV 361Rothman, E.
HISD10H3F - Water Management in the Ancient Mediterranean World
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00AC 332Blouin, K.
HISD14H3S - Selected Topics in Modern European History
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0017:00MW 223Nelson IV, W.
HISD18H3F - Digital History
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. You will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0011:00BV 361Gabaccia, D.
HISD25H3F - Oral History and Urban Change
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. You will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0013:00BV 260Berkowitz, C.
HISD31H3S - Thinking of Diversity: Perspectives on American Pluralism
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00AC 332Kazal, R.
HISD44H3S - Nearby History: The Method and Practice of Local History
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. You will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted.
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00IC 326Berkowitz, C.
HISD46H3F - Selected Topics in Canadian Womens History
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0017:00AC 334Iacovetta, F.
HISD50H3S - Southern Africa: Conquest and Resistance, 1652-1900
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00AC 332
HISD52H3F - East African Societies in Transition
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH10:0012:00BV 361Rockel, S.
HISD58H3S - Culture, Politics and Society in Late Imperial China
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00AC 332Poborsa, J.
HISD60H3F - Travelling and Travel-Writing from the Middle Ages to the Early Modern Period
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00AC 334Rothman, E.
HISD71H3F - Culinary Ethnography
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs and Food Studies Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00SW 313Pilcher, J.
HISD73H3S - Engendering Canadian Food History
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will initially be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in History Specialist, Major and Minor Programs and Food Studies Minor Programs. Shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining spaces may open to other students with the prerequisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00SW 313Iacovetta, F.
HLTA02H3F - Foundations in Health Studies I
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment will be initially restricted to first year students. Shortly after 12:00pm on Friday, August 4th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0016:00AC 223Sicchia, S.
TUT0001WE09:0010:00HW 214
TUT0002TU17:0018:00MW 120
TUT0003TU18:0019:00MW 120
TUT0004WE11:0012:00AA 208
TUT0005WE13:0014:00IC 326
TUT0006WE14:0015:00AA 205
TUT0007TU13:0014:00MW 170Room change effective 091217
TUT0008TU16:0017:00BV 355
TUT0009TH09:0010:00AA 204
TUT0010TH10:0011:00HW 308
TUT0011TH11:0012:00AA 207
TUT0012TH17:0018:00MW 160
TUT0013TH18:0019:00MW 160
TUT0014TH19:0020:00MW 160
TUT0015TH16:0017:00BV 361
TUT0016TH16:0017:00IC 320
TUT0017TH14:0015:00AA 204Added 09/19/17.
TUT0018TH16:0017:00HW 308Added 09/19/17.
TUT0019TH17:0018:00HW 308Added 09/19/17.
HLTA02H3S - Foundations in Health Studies I
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment will be initially restricted to first year students. Shortly after 12:00pm on Friday, August 4th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0016:00AC 223Sicchia, S.
TUT0001WE09:0010:00BV 264
TUT0002WE10:0011:00BV 361
TUT0003WE11:0012:00AA 209
TUT0004WE12:0013:00MW 223
TUT0005WE13:0014:00MW 223
TUT0006WE14:0015:00MW 223
TUT0007WE15:0016:00MW 223
TUT0012TH12:0013:00AA 209
TUT0013TH13:0014:00AA 206
HLTA03H3S - Foundations in Health Studies II
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00AC 223Silver, M.
LEC02TH09:0011:00SY 110Silver, M.
TUT0001MO09:0010:00AA 209
TUT0002MO10:0011:00AA 207
TUT0003MO11:0012:00AA 206
TUT0004MO12:0013:00MW 160
TUT0005MO13:0014:00MW 130
TUT0006MO14:0015:00MW 130
TUT0007TU09:0010:00PO 101
TUT0008TU10:0011:00PO 101
TUT0009TU11:0012:00PO 101
TUT0010TU12:0013:00HW 214
TUT0011TU17:0018:00HW 214
TUT0012TU18:0019:00HW 214
TUT0013TU19:0020:00HW 214Added 08/14/17
TUT0014TU13:0014:00BV 260Added 08/22/17
TUT0015MO16:0017:00HW 308Added 08/22/17
HLTB11H3S - Basic Human Nutrition
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in Health Studies, Human Biology, Mental Health Studies, and Computer Science-Health Informatics Stream. Shortly after 12:00pm on Friday, July 21st, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students with prerequisites for the course.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00HW 216Wolever, T.
TUT0001TU15:0016:00BV 355
TUT0002TU16:0017:00BV 355
TUT0003TU17:0018:00BV 355
TUT0004TU18:0019:00BV 355
TUT0005TU17:0018:00MW 223
TUT0006TU18:0019:00MW 120
TUT0007TU19:0020:00MW 264Open 8/3/17
HLTB15H3S - Introduction to Health Research Methodology
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in Health Studies, Human Biology, Mental Health Studies, and Computer Science-Health Informatics Stream. Shortly after 12:00pm on Friday, July 21st, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students with prerequisites for the course.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0019:00SW 319Ezezika, O.
TUT3001TU19:0020:00MW 120
TUT3002TU20:0021:00MW 120
TUT3003TU21:0022:00MW 120
TUT3004WE15:0016:00HW 402
TUT3005WE16:0017:00HW 402
HLTB16H3F - Introduction to Public Health
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in Health Studies, Human Biology, Mental Health Studies, and Computer Science-Health Informatics Stream. Shortly after 12:00pm on Friday, July 21st, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students with prerequisites for the course.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00AA 112Brown, H.
TUT0001TH09:0010:00HW 308
TUT0002TH10:0011:00BV 260Room changed 09/08/17.
TUT0003TH11:0012:00MW 264
TUT0004TH12:0013:00HW 402
TUT0005TH13:0014:00BV 361
TUT0006TH14:0015:00AA 206
TUT0007TH15:0016:00AA 205
TUT0008TH16:0017:00MW 264Classroom changed 09/06/17
HLTB20H3F - Contemporary Human Evolution and Variation
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in Health Studies, Human Biology, Mental Health Studies, and Computer Science-Health Informatics Stream. Shortly after 12:00pm on Friday, July 21st, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students with prerequisites for the course.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR11:0013:00SY 110Sawchuk, L.
TUT0001MO11:0012:00MW 262
TUT0002MO12:0013:00MW 262
TUT0003MO13:0014:00MW 262
TUT0004MO14:0015:00MW 262
TUT0005MO16:0017:00AA 207
HLTB22H3F - Biological Determinants of Health
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in Health Studies, Human Biology, Mental Health Studies, and Computer Science-Health Informatics Stream. Shortly after 12:00pm on Friday, July 21st, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students with prerequisites for the course.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0017:00SY 110Ezezika, O.
TUT0001TH18:0019:00MW 110
TUT0002TH19:0020:00MW 223
TUT0003TH17:0018:00AA 204
TUT0004TH18:0019:00AA 207
TUT0005TH19:0020:00AA 207Added 07/20/17
HLTB40H3F - Health Policy and Health Systems
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in Health Studies, Human Biology, Mental Health Studies, and Computer Science-Health Informatics Stream. Shortly after 12:00pm on Friday, July 21st, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students with prerequisites for the course.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00SW 143Murney, M.
TUT0001FR10:0011:00IC 320Room Changed 09/13/17.
TUT0002FR11:0012:00IC 328
TUT0003FR12:0013:00AC 332
TUT0004FR13:0014:00MW 223ROOM CHANGE 08/30/17.
HLTB41H3F - Introduction to the Social Determinants of Health
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in Health Studies, Human Biology, Mental Health Studies, and Computer Science-Health Informatics Stream. Shortly after 12:00pm on Friday, July 21st, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students with prerequisites for the course.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00SW 319Bisaillon, L.
TUT0001FR09:0010:00BV 355Room Changed 09/13/17.
TUT0002FR10:0011:00MW 130
TUT0003FR11:0012:00HW 308
TUT0004FR12:0013:00BV 361
TUT0005FR13:0014:00SW 309Added 08/18/17
HLTB42H3S - Perspectives of Culture, Illness and Healing
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in Health Studies, Human Biology, Mental Health Studies, and Computer Science-Health Informatics Stream. Shortly after 12:00pm on Friday, July 21st if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students with prerequisites for the course.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00SW 143Murney, M.
TUT0001FR10:0011:00MW 130
TUT0002FR11:0012:00MW 262
TUT0003FR12:0013:00MW 264
TUT0004FR13:0014:00AA 209TUT added 10/25/17.
HLTB50H3F - Introduction to Health Humanities
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00SW 128Charise, A.
TUT0001TU13:0014:00MW 264
TUT0002TU14:0015:00MW 264
TUT0003TU16:0017:00BV 361
TUT0004TU17:0018:00HW 308
TUT0005TU18:0019:00BV 363Opened 18/08/17
HLTC16H3F - Introduction to Health Information Systems
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00HW 214Furness, C./Seto, E.Room changed 09/07/17
HLTC17H3F - Introduction to Rehabilitation Sciences
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00HW 214Duncan, A.Room changed 09/07/17
HLTC18H3F - Determinants of Health, and Health Disparities
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH16:0018:00HW 215Moriarity, R.ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
HLTC22H3S - Health, Aging and the Life Cycle
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0017:00IC 230Bastawrous, M.
HLTC23H3F - Issues in Child Health and Development
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00MW 160Murney, M.
HLTC24H3F - Environment and Health
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00MW 120Tsuji, L.
HLTC27H3S - Community Health and Epidemiology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00MW 140Brown, H.
TUT0001TH11:0012:00BV 260
TUT0002TH12:0013:00BV 260
HLTC28H3S - Special Topics in Health Studies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00HW 214Ezezika, O.
HLTC29H3S - Special Topics in Health Studies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR11:0013:00MW 120Brisbois, B.
HLTC43H3F - Politics of Canadian Health Policy
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR11:0013:00BV 264Sicchia, S.
HLTC46H3S - Gender, Health and Society
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00MW 120Sicchia, S.
HLTC47H3F - Special Topics in Health Studies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00MW 120Ezezika, O.
HLTC48H3S - Special Topics in Health Studies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00MW 110Gaspar, M.
HLTD01H3F - Directed Readings in Health Studies
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be restricted to students in the Major/ Major Cooperative Programs in Health Studies.

Students must have completed at least 6.0 credits including 2.0 Health Studies C-level courses from the requirements of one of the Major/Major Cooperative programs in Health Studies; and have a minimum of 2.7 CGPA. Please consult the course calendar for additional prerequisites. You may request this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.

SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to MW204 by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will ensure your course status on ACORN/ROSI will be updated from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Health Studies Office MW204
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
HLTD01H3S - Directed Readings in Health Studies
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be restricted to students in the Major/ Major Cooperative Programs in Health Studies.

Students must have completed at least 6.0 credits from the requirements of one of the Major/Major Cooperative programs in Health Studies; and have a minimum of 2.5 CGPA. Please consult the course calendar for additional prerequisites. You may request this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.

SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to MW204 by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will ensure your course status on ACORN/ROSI will be updated from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Health Studies Office MW204
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01
HLTD06H3F - Special Topics in Migration and Public Health
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be restricted to students in the Major/ Major Cooperative Programs in Health Studies.

Students must have completed at least 6.0 credits including 2.0 C-level Health Studies courses from the requirements of one of the Major/Major Cooperative programs in Health Studies; and have a minimum of 2.5 CGPA. Please consult the course calendar for additional prerequisites. You may request this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.

Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0016:00AA 209Bisaillon, L.
HLTD12H3F - Special Topics in Health
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be restricted to students in the Major/ Major Cooperative Programs in Health Studies.

Students must have completed at least 6.0 credits including 2.0 C-level Health Studies courses from the requirements of one of the Major/Major Cooperative programs in Health Studies; and have a minimum of 2.5 CGPA. Please consult the course calendar for additional prerequisites. You may request this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.

Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00AA 208Mollayeva, T.
HLTD21H3F - Special Topics in Health
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be restricted to students in the Major/ Major Cooperative Programs in Health Studies.

Students must have completed at least 6.0 credits including 2.0 C-level Health Studies courses from the requirements of one of the Major/Major Cooperative programs in Health Studies; and have a minimum of 2.5 CGPA. Please consult the course calendar for additional prerequisites. You may request this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.

Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0017:00MW 264Boehm, L.
HLTD22H3S - Special Topics in Health
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be restricted to students in the Major/ Major Cooperative Programs in Health Studies.

Students must have completed at least 6.0 credits including 2.0 C-level Health Studies courses from the requirements of one of the Major/Major Cooperative programs in Health Studies; and have a minimum of 2.5 CGPA. Please consult the course calendar for additional prerequisites. You may request this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.

Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00AA 207Ezezika, O.ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
HLTD23H3S - Special Topics in Health
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be restricted to students in the Major/ Major Cooperative Programs in Health Studies.

Students must have completed at least 6.0 credits from the requirements of one of the Major/Major Cooperative programs in Health Studies; and have a minimum of 2.5 CGPA. Please consult the course calendar for additional prerequisites. You may request this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.

Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0016:00MW 223Murney, M.
HLTD25H3S - Topics in Environmental Health
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be restricted to students in the Major/ Major Cooperative Programs in Health Studies.

Students must have completed at least 6.0 credits including 2.0 C-level Health Studies courses from the requirements of one of the Major/Major Cooperative programs in Health Studies; and have a minimum of 2.5 CGPA. Please consult the course calendar for additional prerequisites. You may request this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.

Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0012:00AA 208Tsuji, L.
HLTD29H3S - Special Topics in Health: Inequality, Inequity, and Health
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be restricted to students in the Major/ Major Cooperative Programs in Health Studies.

Students must have completed at least 6.0 credits including 2.0 C-level Health Studies courses from the requirements of one of the Major/Major Cooperative programs in Health Studies; and have a minimum of 2.5 CGPA. Please consult the course calendar for additional prerequisites. You may request this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.

Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30MO19:0021:00MW 160Dosani, N.
HLTD47H3S - Special Topics in Health: Advanced Topics in Health and Wellness
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be restricted to students in the Major/ Major Cooperative Programs in Health Studies.

Students must have completed at least 6.0 credits including 2.0 C-level Health Studies courses from the requirements of one of the Major/Major Cooperative programs in Health Studies; and have a minimum of 2.5 CGPA. Please consult the course calendar for additional prerequisites. You may request this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.

Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00BV 260Duncan, A.
HLTD48H3F - Special Topics in Health: Current Issues in Global Health
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be restricted to students in the Major/ Major Cooperative Programs in Health Studies.

Students must have completed at least 6.0 credits including 2.0 C-level Health Studies courses from the requirements of one of the Major/Major Cooperative programs in Health Studies; and have a minimum of 2.5 CGPA. Please consult the course calendar for additional prerequisites. You may request this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.

Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00AC 334Sikstrom, L.
HLTD49H3F - Global Health Governance: Thinking Alongside the Worlds Leaders
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be restricted to students in the Major/ Major Cooperative Programs in Health Studies.

Students must have completed at least 6.0 credits including 2.0 C-level Health Studies courses from the requirements of one of the Major/Major Cooperative programs in Health Studies; and have a minimum of 2.5 CGPA. Please consult the course calendar for additional prerequisites. You may request this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.

Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0014:00BV 264Sicchia, S.
HLTD50H3S - Special Topics in Health Humanities
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be restricted to students in the Major/ Major Cooperative Programs in Health Studies.

Students must have completed at least 6.0 credits including 2.0 C-level Health Studies courses from the requirements of one of the Major/Major Cooperative programs in Health Studies; and have a minimum of 2.5 CGPA. Please consult the course calendar for additional prerequisites. You may request this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved.

Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00MW 262Charise, A.
IDSA01H3F - Introduction to International Development Studies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30WE19:0021:00AA 112Webb, C.
TUT3001WE12:0013:00IC 326
TUT3002WE13:0014:00HW 308
TUT3003WE15:0016:00BV 361
TUT3004WE16:0017:00BV 361
TUT3005WE21:0022:00AA 205
TUT3006WE12:0013:00PO 101
TUT3007WE13:0014:00BV 361
TUT3008WE16:0017:00MW 223
TUT3009FR09:0010:00HW 214
TUT3010WE21:0022:00AC 334
TUT3011FR10:0011:00HW 214
TUT3012WE21:0022:00AC 332
IDSA02H3S - Experiencing Development in Africa
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00PO 101Dinani, H.
IDSB01H3F - Political Economy of International Development
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00HW 214Isakson, R.
TUT0001TH15:0016:00BV 361
TUT0002TH17:0018:00BV 264
TUT0003TH18:0019:00HW 215
IDSB02H3S - Development and Environment
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00SW 309Isaac, M.
IDSB04H3S - Introduction to International/ Global Health
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00MW 170Birn, A.
TUT0001TU18:0019:00AC 334
TUT0002TU19:0020:00AC 334
TUT0003TH18:0019:00AA 208
TUT0004TH19:0020:00AA 208
IDSB06H3S - Equity, Ethics and Justice in International Development
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00MW 160Mollett, S.
IDSB10H3S - Knowledge and Communication for Development
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0014:00MW 262Chan, L.
IDSC01H3S - Research Design for Development Fieldwork
Enrolment controls
Enrolment is restricted to students in the IDS Specialist Coop programs.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO14:0017:00AA 209Kepe, T.
IDSC02H3F - Environmental Science and Evidence-Based Policy
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00MW 140Martin, A.
IDSC04H3F - Project Management I
Enrolment controls
Enrolment is restricted to students in the IDS Specialist and Major Programs.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00HW 214Ghali, M.
IDSC06H3F - Directed Reading on Canadian Institutions and International Development
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for Critical Development Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01Chan, L.
IDSC07H3S - Project Management II
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0019:00MW 110Ghali, M.
IDSC08H3S - Media and Development
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00MW 120Chan, L.
IDSC10H3F - Topics in International Development Studies

LEC01:Gendering Aid and Development in Africa

Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00AA 207Dinani, H.
IDSC11H3F - Issues in Global and International Health
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00AA 206Brisbois, B.
IDSC12H3F - Economics of Small Enterprise and Microcredit
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00MW 130Isakson, R.ROOM CHANGE 08/31/17.
IDSC14H3S - The Political Economy of Food
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00MW 140Isakson, R.
IDSC17H3F - Development, Citizen Action and Social Change in the Global South
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR11:0013:00MW 160Von Lieres, B.
IDSC18H3S - New Paradigms in Development: The Role of Emerging Powers
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR11:0013:00MW 110Von Lieres, B.
IDSD01Y3Y - Post-placement Seminar and Thesis
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0017:00AC 332MacDonald, K.
IDSD02H3F - Advanced Seminar in Critical Development Studies: Theory and Policy
Enrolment controls
Enrolment is restricted to students in the non co-op IDS Specialist programs. If space is available, students from the IDS Major program may gain admission with the permission of the instructor.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00AA 209Von Lieres, B.
IDSD06H3F - Feminist and Postcolonial Perspectives in Development Studies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00MW 264Mollett, S.
IDSD07H3S - Extractive Industries in Africa
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00HW 308Added 08/25/17
IDSD14H3F - Directed Reading
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for Critical Development Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
IDSD14H3S - Directed Reading
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for Critical Development Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
IDSD15H3F - Directed Research
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for Critical Development Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
IDSD15H3S - Directed Research
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for Critical Development Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
IDSD19H3S - The Role of Researcher- Practitioner Engagement in Development
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00HW 402Von Lieres, B.
ISTD01H3F - Readings in International Studies
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Registrar's Office (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Registrar's Office by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
International Studies Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ISTD01H3S - Readings in International Studies
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Registrar's Office (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Registrar's Office by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
International Studies Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
JOUA01H3F - Introduction to Journalism I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00SW 309Valpy, M.
JOUA02H3S - Introduction to Journalism II
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0012:00HW 215
JOUA06H3F - Journalism Law and Ethics
Enrolment controls
This JOU course is taught at Centennial and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:3015:30CENTENNIALDay Change 09/01/17.
JOUB01H3F - Covering Immigration and Transnational Issues
Enrolment controls
The following JOU course is taught at UTSC and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism and the Media, Journalism and Digital Studies Program.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00IC 220Yu, S.Classroom changed. 09/08/17
JOUB02H3S - Critical Journalism
Enrolment controls
The following JOU course is taught at UTSC and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism and the Media, Journalism and Digital Studies Program.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH09:0011:00HW 308
JOUB03H3S - Personal Branding and Freelancing
Enrolment controls
This JOU course is taught at Centennial and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01CENTENNIAL
LEC02CENTENNIAL
JOUB05H3S - Advanced Interviewing Techniques
Enrolment controls
This JOU course is taught at Centennial and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01CENTENNIAL
LEC02CENTENNIAL
JOUB10H3S - News Laboratory I
Enrolment controls
This JOU course is taught at Centennial and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01CENTENNIAL
LEC02CENTENNIAL
JOUB11H3F - News Reporting
Enrolment controls
This JOU course is taught at Centennial and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:3017:30CENTENNIALRoom Change 09/01/17.
TH15:3017:30CENTENNIALRoom Change 09/01/17.
LEC02TU15:3017:30CENTENNIAL
TH15:3017:30CENTENNIAL
PRA0001MO13:3015:30CENTENNIAL
PRA0002MO16:3018:30CENTENNIAL
JOUB14H3F - Multiplatform Design
Enrolment controls
This JOU course is taught at Centennial and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO08:3011:30CENTENNIAL
LEC02WE08:3011:30CENTENNIAL
JOUB17H3S - Radio News
Enrolment controls
This JOU course is taught at Centennial and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01CENTENNIAL
LEC02CENTENNIAL
JOUB18H3F - Visual Storytelling: Photography and Video
Enrolment controls
This JOU course is taught at Centennial and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU08:3011:30CENTENNIAL
WE16:3020:30CENTENNIAL
LEC02MO12:3015:30CENTENNIAL
TH08:3012:30CENTENNIAL
JOUB20H3S - Interactive Journalism
Enrolment controls
This JOU course is taught at Centennial and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30CENTENNIAL
LEC31CENTENNIAL
JOUB24H3S - Journalism in the Age of Digital Media
Enrolment controls
The following JOU course is taught at UTSC and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism and the Media, Journalism and Digital Studies Program.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0014:00HW 402
JOUB39H3F - Fundamentals of Journalistic Writing
Enrolment controls
The following JOU course is taught at UTSC and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism and the Media, Journalism and Digital Studies Program.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00BV 260Wyatt, K.Room changed 09/08/17
JOUC13H3F - Entrepreneurial Project
Enrolment controls
This JOU course is taught at Centennial and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU08:3011:30CENTENNIAL
FR11:3014:30CENTENNIAL
LEC02TU08:3011:30CENTENNIAL
FR11:3014:30CENTENNIAL
JOUC16Y3F - News Laboratory II
Enrolment controls
This JOU course is taught at Centennial and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU12:3015:30CENTENNIAL
WE09:3011:30CENTENNIAL
TH10:3013:30CENTENNIAL
LEC02TU12:3015:30CENTENNIAL
WE09:3011:30CENTENNIAL
TH10:3013:30CENTENNIAL
JOUC17H3F - Television News
Enrolment controls
This JOU course is taught at Centennial and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE12:3015:30CENTENNIAL
LEC02FR15:3018:30CENTENNIAL
JOUC25H3F - Field Placement
Enrolment controls
This JOU course is taught at Centennial and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01CENTENNIAL
JOUC25H3S - Field Placement
Enrolment controls
This JOU course is taught at Centennial and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01CENTENNIAL
JOUC62H3F - Media, Journalism and the World of Work
Enrolment controls
The following JOU course is taught at UTSC and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00MW 120Cowan, T.
JOUC63H3F - Media Ethics
Enrolment controls
The following JOU course is taught at UTSC and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00SW 143Cowan, T.
JOUD10H3S - Senior Seminar in Journalism
Enrolment controls
The following JOU course is taught at UTSC and registration in this course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism and the Media, Journalism and Digital Studies Program.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00AC 334
LGGA60H3F - Introductory Mandarin I
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in the following programs: Minor program in English/Chinese Translation, Specialist, Major and Minor Programs in Global Asia Studies; Specialist Program in History (Language Stream); Specialist (Co-operative) Program in International Development Studies, International Development Studies Major Programs, Major Program in Intersections, Exchanges, Encounters in the Humanities; Specialist and Major Programs in Linguistics and Management and International Business. Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in these courses may open to other students.

Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below). If you are on a wait list, you must also complete these steps in anticipation that you get enrolled into the course.

Step 2: Take the placement Test and survey at :
http://webapps.utsc.utoronto.ca/ptmandarin.

Step 3: Answer all survey questions in detail to ensure your request to enroll in a Chinese course is processed. If a question is not applicable, indicate NA. If you encounter technical difficulties at this step, click the hyperlinked ‘Technical Support’ at the bottom right of the webpage or contact Brian Sutherland at sutherland@utsc.utoronto.ca
Note: Please do not email Dr. Helen Wu once you have completed your survey. She will receive automatic notification that you have completed one for assessment. Should an interview be necessary, she will contact you via email. Otherwise, you should receive notification from her within two business days regarding your status in the course, and your status on ACORN/ROSI should be updated within a week of this notification. Students are welcome to select these courses but will not be officially enrolled until approved . Students whose level of proficiency in the language is considered unsuitable for the course will not be permitted to take the course. Students are not permitted to take these courses in an incorrect sequence (i.e., a lower level course after a higher level course).
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).

This introductory language course is for students who have no prior study of the language. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete a questionnaire and your enrolment is approved by the instructor during the first week of classes.
If you enroll or are admitted from the wait list after the deadline, you must fill out the questionnaire and submit it to the course instructor.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00HW 402Liu, L.
TH09:0011:00AA 207Liu, L.
LGGA61H3S - Introductory Mandarin II
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in the following programs: Minor program in English/Chinese Translation, Specialist, Major and Minor Programs in Global Asia Studies; Specialist Program in History (Language Stream); Specialist (Co-operative) Program in International Development Studies, International Development Studies Major Programs, Major Program in Intersections, Exchanges, Encounters in the Humanities; Specialist and Major Programs in Linguistics and Management and International Business. Shortly after 3:00pm Tuesday, July 18, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in these courses may open to other students.

Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below). If you are on a wait list, you must also complete these steps in anticipation that you get enrolled into the course.

Step 2: Take the placement Test and survey at :
http://webapps.utsc.utoronto.ca/ptmandarin.

Step 3: Answer all survey questions in detail to ensure your request to enroll in a Chinese course is processed. If a question is not applicable, indicate NA.If you encounter technical difficulties at this step, click the hyperlinked ‘Technical Support’ at the bottom right of the webpage or contact Brian Sutherland at sutherland@utsc.utoronto.ca

Note:Please do not email Dr. Helen Wu once you have completed your survey. She will receive automatic notification that you have completed one for assessment. Should an interview be necessary, she will contact you via email. Otherwise, you should receive notification from her within two business days regarding your status in the course, and your status on ACORN/ROSI should be updated within a week of this notification. Students are welcome to select these courses but will not be officially enrolled until approved . Students whose level of proficiency in the language is considered unsuitable for the course will not be permitted to take the course. Students are not permitted to take these courses in an incorrect sequence (i.e., a lower level course after a higher level course).
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).

This introductory language course is for students who have no prior study of the language. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete a questionnaire and your enrolment is approved by the instructor during the first week of classes.
If you enroll or are admitted from the wait list after the deadline, you must fill out the questionnaire and submit it to the course instructor.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00AA 209Ma, J.
TH09:0011:00BV 363Ma, J.
LGGA70H3F - Introductory Hindi I
Enrolment controls
Period 1: Will be initially restricted to Specialist and Major students in Linguistics and Linguistics Coop.
Period 2: Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, any remaining seats will be open to MIB students and International Development Studies students.
Period 3: Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, July 21st if there is no waitlist, any remaining seats will be open to students in other programs.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0012:00AA 204Deep, H.
WE10:0012:00AA 205Deep, H.
LGGA80H3F - Introductory Japanese I
Enrolment controls
Period 1: Will be initially restricted to Specialist and Major students in Linguistics and Linguistics Coop.
Period 2: Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Tues, July 18th, any remaining seats will be open to MIB students and International Development Studies students.
Period 3: Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, July 21st if there is no waitlist, any remaining seats will be open to students in other programs.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU18:0020:00AA 204Kondo, M.
TH18:0020:00AA 204Kondo, M.
LGGA81H3S - Introductory Japanese II
Enrolment controls
Period 1: Will be initially restricted to Specialist and Major students in Linguistics and Linguistics Coop.
Period 2: Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Tues, July 18th, any remaining seats will be open to MIB students and International Development Studies students.
Period 3: Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Friday, July 21st, if there is no waitlist, any remaining seats will be open to students in other programs.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU18:0020:00MW 160
TH18:0020:00MW 160
LGGB60H3F - Intermediate Mandarin I
Enrolment controls
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below). If you are on a wait list, you must also complete these steps in anticipation that you get enrolled into the course.

Step 2: Take the placement Test and survey at :
http://webapps.utsc.utoronto.ca/ptmandarin.

Step 3: Answer all survey questions in detail to ensure your request to enroll in a Chinese course is processed. If a question is not applicable, indicate NA. If you encounter technical difficulties at this step, click the hyperlinked ‘Technical Support’ at the bottom right of the webpage or contact Brian Sutherland at sutherland@utsc.utoronto.ca
Note: Please do not email Dr. Helen Wu once you have completed your survey. She will receive automatic notification that you have completed one for assessment. Should an interview be necessary, she will contact you via email. Otherwise, you should receive notification from her within two business days regarding your status in the course, and your status on ACORN/ROSI should be updated within a week of this notification. Students are welcome to select these courses but will not be officially enrolled until approved . Students whose level of proficiency in the language is considered unsuitable for the course will not be permitted to take the course. Students are not permitted to take these courses in an incorrect sequence (i.e., a lower level course after a higher level course).
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00AA 208Dong, A.
TH09:0011:00AA 209Dong, A.
LGGB61H3S - Intermediate Mandarin II
Enrolment controls
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below). If you are on a wait list, you must also complete these steps in anticipation that you get enrolled into the course.

Step 2: Take the placement Test and survey at :
http://webapps.utsc.utoronto.ca/ptmandarin.

Step 3: Answer all survey questions in detail to ensure your request to enroll in a Chinese course is processed. If a question is not applicable, indicate NA. If you encounter technical difficulties at this step, click the hyperlinked ‘Technical Support’ at the bottom right of the webpage or contact Brian Sutherland at sutherland@utsc.utoronto.ca
Note: Please do not email Dr. Helen Wu once you have completed your survey. She will receive automatic notification that you have completed one for assessment. Should an interview be necessary, she will contact you via email. Otherwise, you should receive notification from her within two business days regarding your status in the course, and your status on ACORN/ROSI should be updated within a week of this notification. Students are welcome to select these courses but will not be officially enrolled until approved . Students whose level of proficiency in the language is considered unsuitable for the course will not be permitted to take the course. Students are not permitted to take these courses in an incorrect sequence (i.e., a lower level course after a higher level course).
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00AC 334Dong, A.
TH09:0011:00BV 355Dong, A.
LGGB64H3F - Mandarin I for Students with Prior Background
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00AA 205Yan, Y.
TH09:0011:00AA 206Yan, Y.
LGGB65H3S - Mandarin II for Students with Prior Background
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00HW 408Yan, Y.
TH10:0012:00AC 334Yan, Y.
LGGC62H3F - Advanced Mandarin: Culture in the East and West
Enrolment controls
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below). If you are on a wait list, you must also complete these steps in anticipation that you get enrolled into the course.

Step 2: Take the placement Test and survey at :
http://webapps.utsc.utoronto.ca/ptmandarin.

Step 3: Answer all survey questions in detail to ensure your request to enroll in a Chinese course is processed. If a question is not applicable, indicate NA. If you encounter technical difficulties at this step, click the hyperlinked ‘Technical Support’ at the bottom right of the webpage or contact Brian Sutherland at sutherland@utsc.utoronto.ca
Note: Please do not email Dr. Helen Wu once you have completed your survey. She will receive automatic notification that you have completed one for assessment. Should an interview be necessary, she will contact you via email. Otherwise, you should receive notification from her within two business days regarding your status in the course, and your status on ACORN/ROSI should be updated within a week of this notification. Students are welcome to select these courses but will not be officially enrolled until approved . Students whose level of proficiency in the language is considered unsuitable for the course will not be permitted to take the course. Students are not permitted to take these courses in an incorrect sequence (i.e., a lower level course after a higher level course).
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0012:00AA 209Ma, J.
LGGC63H3S - Advanced Mandarin: Pop Culture and the State
Enrolment controls
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below). If you are on a wait list, you must also complete these steps in anticipation that you get enrolled into the course.

Step 2: Take the placement Test and survey at :
http://webapps.utsc.utoronto.ca/ptmandarin.

Step 3: Answer all survey questions in detail to ensure your request to enroll in a Chinese course is processed. If a question is not applicable, indicate NA. If you encounter technical difficulties at this step, click the hyperlinked ‘Technical Support’ at the bottom right of the webpage or contact Brian Sutherland at sutherland@utsc.utoronto.ca
Note: Please do not email Dr. Helen Wu once you have completed your survey. She will receive automatic notification that you have completed one for assessment. Should an interview be necessary, she will contact you via email. Otherwise, you should receive notification from her within two business days regarding your status in the course, and your status on ACORN/ROSI should be updated within a week of this notification. Students are welcome to select these courses but will not be officially enrolled until approved . Students whose level of proficiency in the language is considered unsuitable for the course will not be permitted to take the course. Students are not permitted to take these courses in an incorrect sequence (i.e., a lower level course after a higher level course).
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU18:0021:00HW 402Ma, J.
LGGC64H3F - Reading Chinese: China from the Inside Out
Enrolment controls
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below). If you are on a wait list, you must also complete these steps in anticipation that you get enrolled into the course.

Step 2: Take the placement Test and survey at :
http://webapps.utsc.utoronto.ca/ptmandarin. Step 3: Answer all survey questions in detail to ensure your request to enroll in a Chinese course is processed. If a question is not applicable, indicate NA.If you encounter technical difficulties at this step, click the hyperlinked ‘Technical Support’ at the bottom right of the webpage or contact Brian Sutherland at sutherland@utsc.utoronto.ca
Note:Please do not email Dr. Helen Wu once you have completed your survey. She will receive automatic notification that you have completed one for assessment. Should an interview be necessary, she will contact you via email. Otherwise, you should receive notification from her within two business days regarding your status in the course, and your status on ACORN/ROSI should be updated within a week of this notification. Students are welcome to select these courses but will not be officially enrolled until approved . Students whose level of proficiency in the language is considered unsuitable for the course will not be permitted to take the course. Students are not permitted to take these courses in an incorrect sequence (i.e., a lower level course after a higher level course).
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0017:00AA 205Ma, J.
LEC02TH16:0019:00AA 205Ma, J.
LGGC65H3S - Reading Chinese: Global Perspectives
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0017:00AC 334Wang, R.
LEC02TH14:0017:00MW 262
LEC30TU18:0021:00AA 205Wang, R.
LGGC67H3F - Literary Chinese
Enrolment controls
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below). If you are on a wait list, you must also complete these steps in anticipation that you get enrolled into the course.

Step 2: Take the placement Test and survey at :
http://webapps.utsc.utoronto.ca/ptmandarin. Step 3: Answer all survey questions in detail to ensure your request to enroll in a Chinese course is processed. If a question is not applicable, indicate NA.If you encounter technical difficulties at this step, click the hyperlinked ‘Technical Support’ at the bottom right of the webpage or contact Brian Sutherland at sutherland@utsc.utoronto.ca
Note:Please do not email Dr. Helen Wu once you have completed your survey. She will receive automatic notification that you have completed one for assessment. Should an interview be necessary, she will contact you via email. Otherwise, you should receive notification from her within two business days regarding your status in the course, and your status on ACORN/ROSI should be updated within a week of this notification. Students are welcome to select these courses but will not be officially enrolled until approved . Students whose level of proficiency in the language is considered unsuitable for the course will not be permitted to take the course. Students are not permitted to take these courses in an incorrect sequence (i.e., a lower level course after a higher level course).
Check your status through ACORN/ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0016:00AA 206Wu, H.
LINA01H3F - Introduction to Linguistics
Information
LEC60 is online. To find out more about online courses Click Here
Please note that online courses may have in-person Term Tests and/or Final Exams. Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH17:0019:00AA 112Takahashi, E.
LEC60Online CourseTakahashi, E.
TUT3001MO09:0010:00BV 355
TUT3002MO10:0011:00BV 363
TUT3003MO11:0012:00AA 205
TUT3004MO12:0013:00AA 205Room changed 09/08/17
TUT3005MO13:0014:00AA 208
TUT3006MO14:0015:00AA 208
TUT3007MO15:0016:00PO 101
TUT3008MO16:0017:00PO 101ROOM CHANGED. 08/28/17
TUT3009TU18:0019:00AA 206
TUT3010TU18:0019:00AA 205
TUT3011TU19:0020:00AA 206
TUT3012TU19:0020:00AA 205
TUT3013TU20:0021:00AA 205
TUT3014TU20:0021:00AA 204
TUT3015TU21:0022:00AA 205
TUT3016TU21:0022:00AA 204
TUT3017FR09:0010:00AA 209
TUT3018FR10:0011:00AA 209
TUT3019WE16:0017:00HW 402
TUT3020WE19:0020:00AA 205
TUT3021WE20:0021:00AA 205
TUT3022TH09:0010:00BV 363
TUT3023TH10:0011:00BV 363
TUT3024FR11:0012:00AA 209
TUT3025FR12:0013:00AA 209
TUT3026FR13:0014:00AA 207Added 08/10/17
TUT3027FR14:0015:00AA 207Added 08/10/17
LINA02H3S - Applications of Linguistics
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00AA 112Takahashi, E.
TUT0001MO14:0015:00BV 361
TUT0002MO15:0016:00BV 264
TUT0003MO12:0013:00BV 355
TUT0004MO13:0014:00BV 355
TUT0005TU17:0018:00HW 308
TUT0006TU18:0019:00HW 308
LINB04H3S - Phonology I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00IC 220Kang, Y.
TUT0001WE09:0010:00AA 204
TUT0002WE10:0011:00AA 204
TUT0003WE13:0014:00AA 204
LINB06H3F - Syntax I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00HW 216Ndayiragije, J.
TUT0001FR10:0011:00HW 408
TUT0002FR11:0012:00HW 215Room changed 090117
TUT0003FR13:0014:00SW 128
TUT0004FR14:0015:00SW 309
TUT0005FR09:0010:00HW 408Added 08/16/17
LINB09H3F - Phonetics: The Study of Speech Sounds
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00SW 128Chociej, J.
TUT0001TH14:0015:00BV 469
TUT0002TH15:0016:00BV 469
TUT0003TH17:0018:00BV 469
TUT0004TH16:0017:00BV 469
LINB19H3F - Computers in Linguistics
Enrolment controls
Restricted to Students in Specialist Linguistics and Psycholinguistics (co-op and non co-op), Major and Minor in Linguistics. Starting shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining seats will be open to students in other programs.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0014:00BV 498Armstrong, B.
LINB20H3S - Sociolinguistics
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR12:0015:00HW 215Moghaddam, S.
LINB29H3S - Quantitative Methods in Linguistics
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0013:00BV 498
LINB60H3S - Structure of Chinese
Enrolment controls
Enrollment will be restricted to students in the Minor program for English/Chinese Translation. Shortly after 3:00pm on Tuesday, July 18, any remaining spaces in this course will be open to all students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0013:00BV 260Wu, H.
LINC11H3S - Syntax II
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH17:0020:00AA 205Ndayiragije, J.
LINC12H3S - Semantics: The Study of Meaning
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00HW 214McCrindle, K.
LINC28H3F - Language and Gender
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00MW 160Hachimi, A.
LINC61H3S - Structure of a Language
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH09:0012:00BV 264Takahashi, E.
LIND01H3F - Independent Study in Linguistics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
LIND01H3S - Independent Study in Linguistics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
LIND02H3F - Independent Study in Linguistics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
LIND02H3S - Independent Study in Linguistics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
LIND03H3F - Independent Study in Linguistics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
LIND03H3S - Independent Study in Linguistics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
LIND07Y3Y - Independent Study in Linguistics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on ACORN/ROSI. Your status will be INT. You will not be officially enrolled until you complete the remaining steps (below).
Step 2: Meet with the Supervisor and obtain their signature on a 'Supervised Study form'. Make sure the course code, supervisor name and title of the project is clearly printed on the form as this information will appear on your transcript. The Supervised Study form is available in the hallway outside the Office of the Registrar (room AA142). Your Department listed below may require additional paperwork. Students should contact the Office listed for more information.
Step 3: Submit the signed Supervised Study form to the Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ACORN/ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
LIND09H3S - Phonetic Analysis
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0012:00BV 469Kang, Y.
MATA02H3S - The Magic of Numbers
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Please be assured that students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the Course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class. Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via ACORN/ROSI until the “last date to add courses”. After the “last day to add courses”, tutorial changes can be requested by:
(1) speaking to the lecturer and obtaining written approval from the lecturer
(2) asking the lecturer to forward the written approval to Jennifer James.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0011:00SW 143Chrysostomou, S.
FR09:0010:00SW 128Chrysostomou, S.
TUT0001TU19:0020:00MW 262
TUT0002TU17:0018:00MW 170
TUT0003MO19:0020:00MW 264
TUT0004TU12:0013:00PO 101
MATA22H3S - Linear Algebra I for Mathematical Sciences
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Please be assured that students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the Course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class. Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via ACORN/ROSI until the “last date to add courses”. After the “last day to add courses”, tutorial changes can be requested by:
(1) speaking to the lecturer and obtaining written approval from the lecturer
(2) asking the lecturer to forward the written approval to Jennifer James.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU08:0010:00IC 130Chrysostomou, S.
FR08:0009:00IC 130Chrysostomou, S.
LEC02WE09:0010:00AA 112MOHAMMAD, I.
FR12:0014:00AA 112MOHAMMAD, I.
LEC03TU12:0013:00SW 309Chrysostomou, S.
FR12:0014:00SW 319Chrysostomou, S.
TUT0001TU16:0018:00IC 220
TUT0002FR09:0011:00IC 302
TUT0003TH17:0019:00IC 208Room Changed 24/10/17
TUT0004MO08:0010:00HW 308
TUT0005MO15:0017:00MW 120
TUT0006MO13:0015:00MW 264
TUT0007TU18:0020:00IC 320
TUT0008TH17:0019:00IC 220
TUT0009TU18:0020:00IC 200
TUT0010TH08:0010:00MW 262
TUT0011MO09:0011:00HW 408
TUT0012FR13:0015:00HW 308
TUT0013WE19:0021:00BV 361
TUT0014FR09:0011:00AA 206
TUT0015MO09:0011:00MW 110
TUT0016TU20:0022:00IC 200
TUT0017TH09:0011:00MW 110
TUT0018WE08:0010:00MW 223
TUT0019MO15:0017:00IC 208
TUT0020MO09:0011:00MW 120Added 31/10/17.
TUT0021MO11:0013:00MW 140Added 31/10/17
TUT0022TH09:0011:00SW 143Added 31/10/17
TUT0023TH15:0017:00SW 143Added 31/10/17
TUT0024FR09:0011:00MW 120Added 31/10/17
MATA23H3S - Linear Algebra I
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Please be assured that students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the Course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class. Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via ACORN/ROSI until the “last date to add courses”. After the “last day to add courses”, tutorial changes can be requested by:
(1) speaking to the lecturer and obtaining written approval from the lecturer
(2) asking the lecturer to forward the written approval to Jennifer James.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0014:00IC 130Jiang, X.
TH12:0014:00IC 130Jiang, X.
TUT0001MO16:0017:00IC 212
TUT0002FR14:0015:00IC 208
TUT0003TU17:0018:00IC 208
TUT0004TH09:0010:00MW 120
TUT0005FR09:0010:00AA 209
TUT0006WE16:0017:00MW 170
TUT0007TU09:0010:00AA 205
TUT0008WE16:0017:00IC 230
TUT0009MO16:0017:00IC 326
TUT0010FR14:0015:00AA 207
TUT0011FR09:0010:00AA 205
MATA29H3F - Calculus I for the Life Sciences
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Please be assured that students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the Course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class. Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via ACORN/ROSI until the “last date to add courses”. After the “last day to add courses”, tutorial changes can be requested by:
(1) speaking to the lecturer and obtaining written approval from the lecturer
(2) asking the lecturer to forward the written approval to Jennifer James.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU08:0010:00IC 130Scott, G.
TH08:0009:00IC 130Scott, G.
LEC02MO14:0016:00BV 264Scott, G.
WE15:0016:00SW 319Scott, G.
LEC03TU16:0018:00SW 319Jiang, X.
TH17:0018:00SW 319Jiang, X.
TUT0001FR11:0013:00IC 302
TUT0002TU19:0021:00MW 262
TUT0003TH09:0011:00HW 408
TUT0004FR13:0015:00PO 101
TUT0005WE09:0011:00IC 320
TUT0006TU17:0019:00IC 212
TUT0007MO09:0011:00IC 204
TUT0009TH09:0011:00BV 264
TUT0010FR09:0011:00BV 260
TUT0014FR13:0015:00HW 308
MATA29H3S - Calculus I for the Life Sciences
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Please be assured that students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the Course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class. Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via ACORN/ROSI until the “last date to add courses”. After the “last day to add courses”, tutorial changes can be requested by:
(1) speaking to the lecturer and obtaining written approval from the lecturer
(2) asking the lecturer to forward the written approval to Jennifer James.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE08:0009:00HW 216Breuss, N.
FR08:0010:00SW 309Breuss, N.
TUT0001MO15:0017:00MW 160
TUT0002MO09:0011:00HW 214
TUT0003WE09:0011:00HW 308
TUT0004FR10:0012:00HW 308
TUT0005FR12:0014:00HW 408
MATA30H3F - Calculus I for Physical Sciences
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Please be assured that students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the Course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class. Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via ACORN/ROSI until the “last date to add courses”. After the “last day to add courses”, tutorial changes can be requested by:
(1) speaking to the lecturer and obtaining written approval from the lecturer
(2) asking the lecturer to forward the written approval to Jennifer James.
This course has Facilitated Study Groups. For more information, please Click Here.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU08:0009:00HW 216Chrysostomou, S.
TH09:0011:00HW 216Chrysostomou, S.
LEC30TU17:0018:00SY 110Chrysostomou, S.
TH17:0019:00SY 110Chrysostomou, S.
TUT3001TU19:0021:00MW 223
TUT3002FR13:0015:00MW 264
TUT3003FR11:0013:00HW 402
TUT3004MO13:0015:00AC 334
TUT3006MO09:0011:00AA 209
TUT3007MO10:0012:00PO 101
TUT3008TU18:0020:00HW 408
TUT3009MO19:0021:00IC 326
TUT3010TH17:0019:00IC 230Room Changed 09/13/17.
TUT3011WE19:0021:00IC 326
TUT3012FR09:0011:00HW 308
TUT3013TH19:0021:00HW 308
TUT3014TU13:0015:00BV 264
TUT3015FR13:0015:00HW 408
MATA30H3S - Calculus I for Physical Sciences
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Please be assured that students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the Course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class. Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via ACORN/ROSI until the “last date to add courses”. After the “last day to add courses”, tutorial changes can be requested by:
(1) speaking to the lecturer and obtaining written approval from the lecturer
(2) asking the lecturer to forward the written approval to Jennifer James.
This course has Facilitated Study Groups. For more information, please Click Here.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0010:00SW 309Czimek, S.
TH08:0010:00SW 309Czimek, S.
TUT0001WE09:0011:00IC 320
TUT0002MO09:0011:00BV 363
TUT0003FR10:0012:00MW 264
TUT0004TU19:0021:00BV 361
TUT0005FR12:0014:00BV 355
MATA31H3F - Calculus I for Mathematical Sciences
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Please be assured that students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the Course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class. Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via ACORN/ROSI until the “last date to add courses”. After the “last day to add courses”, tutorial changes can be requested by:
(1) speaking to the lecturer and obtaining written approval from the lecturer
(2) asking the lecturer to forward the written approval to Jennifer James.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU16:0018:00HW 216Breuss, N.
TH17:0018:00HW 216Breuss, N.
LEC02TU09:0010:00SY 110Breuss, N.
TH11:0013:00SY 110Breuss, N.
LEC03MO11:0012:00HW 216Breuss, N.
WE09:0011:00HW 216Breuss, N.
LEC04TU10:0011:00SW 319Breuss, N.
TH09:0011:00SW 319Breuss, N.
TUT0001TH09:0011:00BV 355ROOM CHANGE 08/29/17.
TUT0002WE19:0021:00MW 223
TUT0003WE12:0014:00AA 207
TUT0004TU11:0013:00HW 308Room change 09/20/17.
TUT0005FR13:0015:00HW 216
TUT0006TH19:0021:00MW 140
TUT0007MO19:0021:00IC 320
TUT0008MO15:0017:00IC 320ROOM CHANGE 08/29/17.
TUT0009TH13:0015:00BV 363
TUT0010FR11:0013:00IC 320
TUT0011TU17:0019:00IC 230
TUT0012MO09:0011:00MW 130
TUT0013MO09:0011:00MW 110
TUT0014MO19:0021:00IC 208
TUT0015TU19:0021:00IC 208
TUT0016FR09:0011:00HW 215ROOM CHANGE 08/29/17.
TUT0017FR09:0011:00IC 200ROOM CHANGE 08/29/17.
TUT0018WE19:0021:00MW 264
TUT0019MO12:0014:00AA 206
TUT0021TU17:0019:00IC 208
TUT0022TH17:0019:00IC 120
TUT0023WE13:0015:00MW 120
TUT0024FR13:0015:00IC 320
TUT0025TH19:0021:00IC 230
MATA31H3S - Calculus I for Mathematical Sciences
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Please be assured that students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the Course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class. Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via ACORN/ROSI until the “last date to add courses”. After the “last day to add courses”, tutorial changes can be requested by:
(1) speaking to the lecturer and obtaining written approval from the lecturer
(2) asking the lecturer to forward the written approval to Jennifer James.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00AA 112Shahbazi, Z.
FR09:0010:00IC 130Shahbazi, Z.
TUT0001MO09:0011:00PO 101
TUT0002TH19:0021:00PO 101
TUT0003FR13:0015:00PO 101
TUT0004WE09:0011:00AA 207
TUT0005TU17:0019:00IC 230
TUT0006FR11:0013:00AA 206
MATA32H3F - Calculus for Management I
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Please be assured that students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the Course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class. Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via ACORN/ROSI until the “last date to add courses”. After the “last day to add courses”, tutorial changes can be requested by:
(1) speaking to the lecturer and obtaining written approval from the lecturer
(2) asking the lecturer to forward the written approval to Jennifer James.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0016:00IC 130Moore, E.
TH13:0015:00IC 130Moore, E.
LEC02WE13:0014:00IC 130Grinnell, R.
FR13:0015:00SY 110Grinnell, R.
LEC03MO08:0009:00AA 112Buchweitz, R.
FR08:0010:00IC 130Buchweitz, R.
TUT0001MO09:0010:00MW 262
TUT0002TH12:0013:00MW 264
TUT0003WE16:0017:00PO 101
TUT0004MO11:0012:00HW 402
TUT0005MO13:0014:00AA 204Room Changed 09/13/17.
TUT0006WE10:0011:00AA 207ROOM CHANGE 08/30/17.
TUT0007FR11:0012:00SW 319
TUT0008MO09:0010:00BV 363
TUT0009TH10:0011:00AA 204
TUT0010TU11:0012:00HW 216room change 09/18/17.
TUT0011MO10:0011:00AC 334
TUT0012FR10:0011:00MW 140
TUT0013TH15:0016:00IC 326
TUT0014TU09:0010:00MW 264
TUT0015TH09:0010:00MW 264
TUT0016MO19:0020:00IC 212
TUT0017FR11:0012:00BV 260
TUT0018TU17:0018:00AA 208
TUT0021MO16:0017:00AA 206
TUT0022MO16:0017:00BV 264
TUT0023MO09:0010:00IC 320
TUT0024TH17:0018:00IC 300Room Changed 09/19/17.
TUT0025MO10:0011:00HW 402
TUT0027TU18:0019:00HW 308ROOM CHANGE 08/29/17.
TUT0029TH17:0018:00IC 320
MATA32H3S - Calculus for Management I
Enrolment controls
Restricted to students enrolled in a BBA or pre-BBA program.
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Please be assured that students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the Course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class. Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via ACORN/ROSI until the “last date to add courses”. After the “last day to add courses”, tutorial changes can be requested by:
(1) speaking to the lecturer and obtaining written approval from the lecturer
(2) asking the lecturer to forward the written approval to Jennifer James.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0014:00HW 216Moore, E.
TH13:0015:00HW 216Moore, E.
TUT0001TU18:0019:00IC 212
TUT0002TU17:0018:00IC 212
TUT0003MO10:0011:00IC 220
TUT0004WE09:0010:00IC 120
TUT0005FR14:0015:00AA 205
TUT0006FR09:0010:00HW 215
TUT0007TH09:0010:00HW 214
MATA33H3S - Calculus for Management II
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Please be assured that students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the Course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class. Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via ACORN/ROSI until the “last date to add courses”. After the “last day to add courses”, tutorial changes can be requested by:
(1) speaking to the lecturer and obtaining written approval from the lecturer
(2) asking the lecturer to forward the written approval to Jennifer James.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO08:0009:00AA 112Buchweitz, R.
FR08:0010:00AA 112Buchweitz, R.
LEC02TU12:0013:00IC 130Grinnell, R.
TH15:0017:00AA 112Grinnell, R.
LEC30TU17:0019:00SY 110Moore, E.
TH19:0020:00SY 110Moore, E.
TUT0001MO14:0015:00SW 128
TUT0002FR10:0011:00HW 402
TUT0003TU09:0010:00AA 207
TUT0004TH14:0015:00SW 309
TUT0005MO12:0013:00BV 363
TUT0006TH10:0011:00MW 120
TUT0007WE09:0010:00MW 262
TUT0008FR12:0013:00IC 120
TUT0009WE10:0011:00HW 214
TUT0010MO09:0010:00MW 130
TUT0011TH11:0012:00HW 215
TUT0012WE12:0013:00HW 408
TUT0013FR12:0013:00PO 101
TUT0014TH14:0015:00IC 326
TUT0015WE09:0010:00PO 101
TUT0016MO09:0010:00BV 264
TUT0017TH10:0011:00IC 220
TUT0018MO13:0014:00IC 320
TUT0019TU15:0016:00AA 208
TUT0020FR11:0012:00IC 120
TUT0021FR14:0015:00AC 334
TUT0022FR09:0010:00AC 334
TUT0023MO16:0017:00AC 334
TUT0024TH09:0010:00AC 334
TUT0025TU17:0018:00HW 408
TUT0026TU13:0014:00IC 326
MATA35H3S - Calculus II for Biological Sciences
Information
All students must enroll in a tutorial section. Please be assured that students enrolled in the Lecture will be accommodated in a tutorial. When the term starts, if necessary, additional tutorials may be added to accommodate all students enrolled in the Course. Keep checking ACORN/ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class. Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via ACORN/ROSI until the “last date to add courses”. After the “last day to add courses”, tutorial changes can be requested by:
(1) speaking to the lecturer and obtaining written approval from the lecturer
(2) asking the lecturer to forward the written approval to Jennifer James.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO08:0010:00SY 110Breuss, N.
TH08:0009:00SY 110Breuss, N.
TUT0001FR14:0015:00MW 170
TUT0002TU12:0013:00HW 408
TUT0003TU17:0018:00MW 120
TUT0004MO10:0011:00MW 160
TUT0005TH09:0010:00HW 215
TUT0006WE09:0010:00HW 214
TUT0007FR09:0010:00HW 308</