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ALWAYS CHECK YOUR ROSI TRANSACTIONS TO MAKE SURE THEY ARE COMPLETE

Meeting Section

LEC - Lecture
TUT - Tutorial
PRA - Practical

LEC 01 - Day
LEC 30 - Evening
LEC 60 - WebOption
LEC 99 - Fully Online
Section Code

Y - May to August

F - May to June

S - June to August
Location Codes (map)
AA - Arts & Administration Building
AC - Academic Resource Centre
BV - Bladen Wing
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.

2016 Summer Timetable

Note: Click the links below for more information.

ACMC01H3Y - ACMEE Applied Practice I
Enrolment controls
ACMC01H3Y
Enrolment is restricted to students in the Arts Management Specialist program
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ACMD01H3Y - ACMEE Applied Practice II
Enrolment controls
ACMD01H3Y
Enrolment is restricted to students in the Arts Management Specialist program
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ACMD02H3Y - ACMEE Applied Practice III
Enrolment controls
ACMD02H3Y
Enrolment is restricted to students in the Arts Management Specialist program
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ANTA01H3Y - Introduction to Anthropology: Becoming Human
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00SW 128Walker-Bolton, A.
TUT0001TU12:0013:00MW 329
TUT0002TU13:0014:00MW 329
TUT0003TU12:0013:00MW 329Time changed 04/29/16
TUT0004TU13:0014:00MW 329Added 04/29/16
ANTA02H3Y - Introduction to Anthropology: Society, Culture and Language
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH10:0012:00SW 128Moore, H.
TUT0001TH12:0013:00MW 160
TUT0002TH13:0014:00MW 223
ANTB15H3F - Contemporary Human Evolution and Variation
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0012:00SY 110Tripp, L.
WE10:0012:00SY 110Tripp, L.
TUT0001MO13:0014:00MW 110
WE13:0014:00MW 262
TUT0002MO14:0015:00MW 110
WE14:0015:00MW 262
TUT0003MO15:0016:00MW 110
WE15:0016:00MW 262
ANTC03H3Y - Directed Reading in Anthropology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Anthropology Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ANTC04H3Y - Directed Reading in Anthropology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Anthropology Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ANTC61H3Y - Medical Anthropology: Illness and Healing in Cultural Perspective
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00MW 140Victor, L.
ANTC67H3F - Foundations in Epidemiology
Enrolment controls
Will be restricted to students in the Specialist or Major in Anthropology followed by students in the Major in Health Studies, B.Sc. stream. Shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 15th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students in the Major in Health Studies, B.A. stream with prerequisites for the course.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00MW 120Sawchuk, L.
FR11:0013:00MW 120Sawchuk, L.
TUT0001TU14:0015:00MW 262TUT is TU and FR
FR13:0014:00MW 262TUT is TU and FR
TUT0002TU15:0016:00MW 262TUT is TU and FR
FR14:0015:00MW 262TUT is TU and FR
ANTC68H3Y - Deconstructing Epidemics
Enrolment controls
Will be restricted to students in the Specialist or Major in Anthropology followed by students in the Major in Health Studies, B.Sc. stream. Shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 15th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students in the Major in Health Studies, B.A. stream with prerequisites for the course.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH15:0017:00MW 170Romain, S.
ANTD31H3Y - Advanced Research in Anthropology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Anthropology Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ANTD32H3Y - Advanced Research in Anthropology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Anthropology Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ASTB03H3Y - Great Moments in Astronomy
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30WE19:0021:00MW 120Shaver, E.Changed to EVE 04/11/16
BIOA01H3Y - Life on Earth: Unifying Principles
Enrolment controls
BIOA01H3Y
Students may take BIOA01H3Y and BIOA02H3Y concurrently. Please ensure that you register for your practical section on ROSI.
Information
Labs are every other week Odd numbered labs begin week of May 2nd Even numbered labs begin week of May 9th
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU12:0015:00SW 128Williams, K.
PRA0001TU09:0012:00SW 240
PRA0002TU09:0012:00SW 240
PRA0003TU15:0018:00SW 240
PRA0004TU15:0018:00SW 240
BIOA02H3Y - Life on Earth: Form,Function and Interaction
Enrolment controls
BIOA02H3Y
Students may take BIOA01H3Y and BIOA02H3Y concurrently. Please ensure that you register for your practical section on ROSI.
Information
Labs are every other week Odd numbered labs begin week of May 2nd Even numbered labs begin week of May 9th
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH12:0015:00SW 128Soros-Pottroff, C.
PRA0001TH09:0012:00SW 237
PRA0002TH09:0012:00SW 237
PRA0003TH15:0018:00SW 237
PRA0004TH15:0018:00SW 237
BIOB10H3F - Cell Biology
Information
This course has Facilitated Study Groups. For more information, please Click Here.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH10:0012:00AC 223Harrison, R.
TH14:0016:00AC 223Harrison, R.
TUT0001TH16:0017:00AC 223
BIOB11H3S - Molecular Aspect of Cellular and Genetic Processes
Information
This course has Facilitated Study Groups. For more information, please Click Here.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0012:00AC 223Riggs, C.
TH10:0012:00AC 223Riggs, C.
TUT0001TH12:0013:00IC 130
BIOB12H3Y - Cell and Molecular Biology Laboratory
Enrolment controls
BIOB12H3 Is open to ALL students in any program as long as they have the listed prerequisites and co-requisites. Up until April 22nd, some space will be reserved for students in the Molecular Biology & Biotechnology Specialist Program (Co-op and Non co-op. As of April 22nd at 4:00pm all seats will be open to All students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0010:00SW 128Bawa, D.
PRA0001TU10:0013:00SW 133
WE10:0013:00SW 133
PRA0002TU10:0013:00SW 135
WE10:0013:00SW 135
PRA0003TU14:0017:00SW 133
WE14:0017:00SW 133
PRA0004TU14:0017:00SW 135Added 04/13/16
WE14:0017:00SW 135Added 04/13/16
BIOB33H3Y - Human Development and Anatomy
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0014:00SW 309Soros-Pottroff, C.
PRA0001MO09:0012:00SW 321
PRA0002MO09:0012:00SW 323
PRA0003MO14:0017:00SW 321
PRA0004MO14:0017:00SW 323
PRA0005MO19:0022:00SW 321
BIOB34H3Y - Animal Physiology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR10:0012:00SY 110Richards, B.
TUT0001FR12:0013:00SY 110
BIOB50H3Y - Ecology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0016:00SW 309Marushia, R.
TUT0001WE16:0017:00SW 309
BIOB51H3Y - Evolutionary Biology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO14:0016:00SW 309Williams, K.
TUT0001MO16:0017:00SW 309
BIOB52H3Y - Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Laboratory
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0014:00MW 160Marushia, R.
PRA0001TU14:0018:00SW 321
BIOB98H3Y - Supervised Introductory Research in Biology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Biology Room SW420B
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
BIOB99H3Y - Supervised Introductory Research in Biology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 Reggistrar 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 Office of the Registrar by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Biology Room SW420B
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
BIOC12H3Y - Biochemistry I: Proteins and Enzymes
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0011:00SW 319Brunt, S.
BIOC13H3Y - Biochemistry II: Bioenergetics and Metabolism
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU18:0021:00SW 128Brown, J.
BIOC15H3Y - Genetics
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE12:0014:00SW 309Hasenkampf, C.
TH14:0015:00MW 170Hasenkampf, C.
PRA0001WE14:0017:00SW 242
PRA0002TH15:0018:00SW 242
PRA0003TH10:0013:00SW 242
BIOC17H3Y - Microbiology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU12:0014:00SW 143Brunt, S.
PRA0001TU09:0012:00SW 248
PRA0002TU09:0012:00SW 250
PRA0003TU14:0017:00SW 248
PRA0004TU14:0017:00SW 250
BIOC23H3Y - Practical Approaches to Biochemistry
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH08:0010:00MW 140Brunt, S.
PRA0001TH10:0014:00SW 133
PRA0002TH10:0014:00SW 135
BIOC99H3Y - Biology Team Research
Enrolment controls
BIOC99H3Y
Enrolment is by permission of Instructor. Students request the course on ROSI but will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted.
Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00MW 223Andrade, M.
BIOD21H3Y - Advanced Molecular Biology Laboratory
Enrolment controls
BIOD21H3Y Is open to ALL students in any program as long as they have the listed prerequisites and co-requisites.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE12:0013:00SW 248Brunt, S.
PRA0001WE13:0016:00SW 248
TH14:0017:00SW 248
BIOD33H3Y - Comparative Animal Physiology
Enrolment controls
BIOD33H3Y
Will not open at 4:00pm because of the large waitlist. Will be initially restricted to students in the Applied Microbiology Specialist Joint Program; Conservation and Biodiversity Specialist and Majors; Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Specialists (Co-op and Non co-op); Human Biology Specialists and Majors, Integrative Biology Specialist, Molecular Biology, Immunology and Disease Major, Biology Major; Plant Biology Major, and Paramedicine Specialist.

Shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 25th if there is no waitlist any space remaining may open to other students
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0017:00MW 120Brown, J.
BIOD67H3Y - Inter-University Biology Field Course
Enrolment controls
BIOD67H3Y
Please visit the Biological Sciences website below for course information and registration procedures:
Click Here
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
BIOD95H3Y - Supervised Study in Biology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Biology Room SW420B
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
BIOD98Y3Y - Directed Research in Biology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 Registrar's Office by the last day to add courses for the session. Staff will update your course status on ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Biology Room SW420B
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
BIOD99Y3Y - Directed Research in Biology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Biology Room SW420B
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
CHMA11H3Y - Introductory Chemistry II: Reactions and Mechanisms
Information
CHMA11H3
Students may change their practical section through ROSI up until Monday, May 9th at 4:00pm.
Please see Scott Ballantyne in SW 155C to make Practical changes.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO14:0016:00SY 110Thavarajah, N./Ballantyne, S.
TH10:0012:00SW 319Thavarajah, N./Ballantyne, S.
PRA0001WE13:0016:00SW 159
PRA0002WE13:0016:00SW 159
PRA0003WE13:0016:00SW 159
PRA0004WE13:0016:00SW 159
PRA0005WE13:0016:00SW 153
PRA0006WE13:0016:00SW 153
CHMB42H3Y - Organic Chemistry II
Information
CHMB42H3
Students may change their practical section through ROSI up until Monday, May 9th at 4:00pm.
Please see the Program Supervisor in EV560 to make Practical changes.

This course has Facilitated Study Groups. For more information, please Click Here.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00IC 130Restivo, W./Thavarajah, N.
FR09:0011:00IC 130Restivo, W./Thavarajah, N.
PRA0001WE09:0013:00EV 124
PRA0002WE09:0013:00EV 124
PRA0003WE09:0013:00EV 123
PRA0004WE09:0013:00EV 123
PRA0005WE09:0013:00EV 122
PRA0006WE09:0013:00EV 122
PRA0007WE09:0013:00EV 114Added 04/22/16
PRA0008WE09:0013:00EV 114Added 04/22/16
TUT0001WE10:0011:00SW 309DO NOT ENROLL ON ROSI
TUT0002WE11:0012:00SW 309DO NOT ENROLL ON ROSI
CHMD90Y3Y - Directed Research in Chemistry
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 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 in Chemistry
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Physical and Environmental Science Office EV 241
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01Izmaylov, A./Wania, F.
CITC04H3Y - Municipal and Planning Law in Ontario
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU19:0021:00MW 160Snow, K.
CITC08H3Y - Cities and Community Development
Information
CITC08H3Y
This seminar class will be located off-campus at the City Studies program's Community Outreach Office at 4117 Lawrence Avenue East. Students will be expected to meet for class at the office.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00MW 223Gloger, A.
CITC10H3Y - Selected Issues in City Studies

LEC01:Law and the City

Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00MW 120Wright, J.
CITC18H3Y - Urban Transportation Policy Analysis
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH18:0020:00MW 140Cooper, D.
CITD30H3Y - Supervised Research Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
City Studies Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
CLAA05H3F - Ancient Mythology I: Mesopotamia and Egypt
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU12:0014:00SW 309Spurrier, T.
TH12:0015:00SW 309Spurrier, T.
COPD01H3S - Co-op Arts and Science Work Prep
Enrolment controls
CO-OP ARTS AND SCIENCE WORK PREP COURSES
The Arts & Science Co-op Work Term Preparation Course (Navigating the World of Work) is mandatory for all Arts & Science Co-op students prior to their first work term. It is non-credit with no tuition fees attached.

The Summer offering is reserved for students transferring into an Arts & Science Co-op subject POSt effective the Summer 2016 semester and current Co-op students needing to re-take the course.

For details regarding eligibility, please visit our website: Click here
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
TUT0001TU10:0012:00IC 130
TUT6001
COPD07Y3S - Co-op Management Work Prep
Enrolment controls
CO-OP MANAGEMENT WORK TERM PREP COURSE
COPD07Y3S
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 non credit course with no tuition fees attached. The Work Term Preparation course will begin June 23rd, 2016. 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
TUT0001TH13:0016:00IC 302McDowell (Simmons), K.
CSCA48H3Y - 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 ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0013:00SW 319Harrington, B.Added 04/26/16
FR12:0014:00SW 319Harrington, B.Added 04/26/16
TUT0001MO13:0014:00IC 320
TUT0002MO15:0016:00IC 320
TUT0003FR10:0011:00IC 320
CSCB07H3Y - Software Design
Enrolment controls
All CSC courses beyond the A-level are limited enrolment with preference being given to students admitted to and enrolled in CSC programs. If, towards the end of the registration period, spaces become available in CSC courses, registration may be opened up and to allow enrolment of non-program students on a first-come first-served basis. The following rules will apply:
All prerequisites for the course(s) must be satisfied
A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 may not take any B-level CSC course
A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course
Permission to enroll must be confirmed by the Supervisor of Studies. Details will be posted on web sites during registration.
Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th enrolment in 'B','C' and 'D' level CSC courses will be opened to all students.
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 ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0011:00IC 220Attarwala, A.
LEC02FR09:0011:00SW 128Attarwala, A.
TUT0001MO14:0015:00BV 473
TUT0002MO16:0017:00BV 473
TUT0003MO11:0012:00BV 473Time changed 04/18/16
TUT0004MO13:0014:00BV 473
TUT0005FR11:0012:00BV 473Added 04/19/16
TUT0006FR12:0013:00BV 473Added 04/19/16
CSCB09H3Y - Software Tools and Systems Programming
Enrolment controls
All CSC courses beyond the A-level are limited enrolment with preference being given to students admitted to and enrolled in CSC programs. If, towards the end of the registration period, spaces become available in CSC courses, registration may be opened up and to allow enrolment of non-program students on a first-come first-served basis. The following rules will apply:
All prerequisites for the course(s) must be satisfied
A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 may not take any B-level CSC course
A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course
Permission to enroll must be confirmed by the Supervisor of Studies. Details will be posted on web sites during registration.
Refer to the computer science section of the calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th enrolment in 'B','C' and 'D' level CSC courses will be opened to all students.
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 ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00SW 143Rosenthal, A.Added 041516
LEC30WE19:0021:00IC 220Rosenthal, A.
TUT3001WE10:0011:00BV 473
TUT3002WE11:0012:00BV 473
TUT3003WE16:0017:00BV 473
TUT3004WE14:0015:00BV 473
TUT3005WE15:0016:00BV 473
TUT3006WE13:0014:00BV 473
CSCB36H3Y - Introduction to the Theory of Computation
Enrolment controls
All CSC courses beyond the A-level are limited enrolment with preference being given to students admitted to and enrolled in CSC programs. If, towards the end of the registration period, spaces become available in CSC courses, registration may be opened to allow enrolment of non-program students on a first-come first-served basis. The following rules will apply:
All prerequisites for the course(s) must be satisfied
A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 may not take any B-level CSC course
A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course
Permission to enroll must be confirmed by the Supervisor of Studies. Details will be posted on web sites during registration.
Refer to the Computer Science section of the e-Calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th enrolment in 'B','C' and 'D' level CSC courses will be opened to all students.
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 ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE12:0014:00SY 110Cheng, N.
TUT0001TH13:0014:00IC 220
TUT0002TH14:0015:00IC 220
CSCB63H3Y - Design and Analysis of Data Structures
Enrolment controls
All CSC courses beyond the A-level are limited enrolment with preference being given to students admitted to and enrolled in CSC programs. If, towards the end of the registration period, spaces become available in CSC courses, registration may be opened to allow enrolment of non-program students on a first-come first-served basis. The following rules will apply:
All prerequisites for the course(s) must be satisfied
A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 may not take any B-level CSC course
A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course
Permission to enroll must be confirmed by the Supervisor of Studies. Details will be posted on web sites during registration.
Refer to the Computer Science section of the e-Calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th enrolment in 'B','C' and 'D' level CSC courses will be opened to all students.
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 ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO12:0014:00IC 230Lai, A.
TUT0001MO16:0017:00IC 212
TUT0002MO14:0015:00IC 320
TUT0003MO15:0016:00IC 212
CSCC43H3Y - Introduction to Databases
Enrolment controls
All CSC courses beyond the A-level are limited enrolment with preference being given to students admitted to and enrolled in CSC programs. If, towards the end of the registration period, spaces become available in CSC courses, registration may be opened to allow enrolment of non-program students on a first-come first-served basis. The following rules will apply:
All prerequisites for the course(s) must be satisfied
A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 may not take any B-level CSC course
A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course
Permission to enroll must be confirmed by the Supervisor of Studies. Details will be posted on web sites during registration.
Refer to the Computer Science section of the e-Calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th enrolment in 'B','C' and 'D' level CSC courses will be opened to all students.
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 ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0011:00MW 170Koudas, N.
TUT0001MO11:0012:00IC 320
TUT0002WE19:0020:00IC 320Day and time changed 04/27/16
CSCC63H3Y - Computability and Computational Complexity
Enrolment controls
All CSC courses beyond the A-level are limited enrolment with preference being given to students admitted to and enrolled in CSC programs. If, towards the end of the registration period, spaces become available in CSC courses, registration may be opened to allow enrolment of non-program students on a first-come first-served basis. The following rules will apply:
All prerequisites for the course(s) must be satisfied
A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 may not take any B-level CSC course
A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course
Permission to enroll must be confirmed by the Supervisor of Studies. Details will be posted on web sites during registration.
Refer to the Computer Science section of the e-Calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th enrolment in 'B','C' and 'D' level CSC courses will be opened to all students.
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 ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0016:00IC 220Cheng, N.
TUT0001TH09:0011:00SW 309
CSCC69H3Y - Operating Systems
Enrolment controls
All CSC courses beyond the A-level are limited enrolment with preference being given to students admitted to and enrolled in CSC programs. If, towards the end of the registration period, spaces become available in CSC courses, registration may be opened to allow enrolment of non-program students on a first-come first-served basis. The following rules will apply:
All prerequisites for the course(s) must be satisfied
A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 may not take any B-level CSC course
A student who is not in a CSC program and does not have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 may not take any C- or D-level CSC course
Permission to enroll must be confirmed by the Supervisor of Studies. Details will be posted on web sites during registration.
Refer to the Computer Science section of the e-Calendar for more information on admission to courses.
Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th enrolment in 'B','C' and 'D' level CSC courses will be opened to all students.
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 ROSI. More information will be provided during the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30MO19:0021:00IC 230Meraji, S.
TUT3001TU13:0014:00IC 320
TUT3002TU10:0011:00IC 200
TUT3003WE15:0016:00IC 212
CSCD94H3Y - Computer Science Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 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 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Computer Science Office IC449
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
CTLB03H3Y - Introduction to Service Learning
Enrolment controls
CTLB03H3Y
Enrolment requires that students first "request" the course on ROSI and then complete the Service Learning CTLB03 application on the SLO website at Click Here
Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00BV 355Bongard, C.
ECTB61H3F - English to Chinese Translation :Theory and Practice
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in the Minor program for English/Chinese Translation until 4pm on Monday, April 4th. Starting shortly after 4:00pm, on Monday April 4th, any remaining seats will be open to ALL students.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU16:0018:00MW 130Ma, J./Wu, H.Room changed 04/27/16
TH16:0018:00MW 130Ma, J./Wu, H.Room changed 04/27/16
EESA06H3Y - Introduction to Planet Earth
Information
This course is WEB-based. To find out more about web-based courses Click Here Please note that WEB-based courses may have in-person Term Tests and/or Final Exams.Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC60Online CourseEyles, N.
EESA09H3Y - Wind
Information
This course is WEB-based. To find out more about web-based courses Click Here Please note that WEB-based courses may have in-person Term Tests and/or Final Exams.Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC60Online CourseMohsin, T.
EESA10H3Y - Human Health and the Environment
Information
This course is WEB-based. To find out more about web-based courses Click Here Please note that WEB-based courses may have in-person Term Tests and/or Final Exams.Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC60Online CourseStefanovic, S.
EESC24H3Y - Advanced Readings in Environmental Science
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Physical and Environmental Science Office EV 241
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MacLellan, J.
EESD09H3Y - Research Project in Environmental Science
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Physical and Environmental Science Office EV 241
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 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Physical and Environmental Science Office EV 241
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01Archontitsis, G.
ENGB03H3Y - Critical Thinking about Narrative
Enrolment controls
ENGB03H3
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 04th, a designated number of seats will be reserved for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th year students.
Shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 04th, depending on availability, any remaining seats not claimed will be opened to all Degree students.
The waitlist feature for this course will start shortly after 4:00pm Monday, April 04th if applicable.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0012:00MW 160Freedman Stapleton, R.
ENGB04H3Y - Critical Thinking about Poetry
Enrolment controls
ENGB04H3
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 04th, a designated number of seats will be reserved for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th year students.
Shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 04th, depending on availability, any remaining seats not claimed will be opened to all Degree students.
The waitlist feature for this course will start shortly after 4:00pm Monday, April 04th if applicable.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0012:00SW 128Rodgers, J.
ENGB05H3Y - Critical Writing about Literature
Enrolment controls
ENGB05H3
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 04th, a designated number of seats will be reserved for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th year students.
Shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 04th, depending on availability, any remaining seats not claimed will be opened to all Degree students.
The waitlist feature for this course will start shortly after 4:00pm Monday, April 04th if applicable.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO14:0017:00BV 355Assif, M.
LEC02WE14:0017:00IC 320Assif, M.
ENGB37H3Y - Popular Literature and Mass Culture
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0012:00SW 143Murray, N.
ENGB50H3Y - Women and Literature: Forging a Tradition
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH09:0012:00SW 143GAGNE(NO UTORID), A.
ENGC10H3Y - Studies in Shakespeare
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0016:00IC 212Wey, L.
ENGC15H3Y - Concepts in Literary Criticism
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0020:00IC 212Freedman Stapleton, R.
ENGC26H3Y - Drama: Tragedy
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0016:00IC 204Wey, L.
ENGD22H3Y - Special Topics in Creative Writing II
Enrolment controls
ENGD22H3 Revised 04/05/16 Students who request this course on 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 your best writing (any genre). Please email your portfolio to alyx.dellamonica@gmail.com no later than April 30, 2016.

Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
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 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 ROSI from interim (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 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 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 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
English Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
ENGD62H3Y - Topics in Postcolonial Literature and Film
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0012:00MW 140Walther, S.
ENGD89H3Y - Topics in the Victorian Period
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH10:0013:00IC 320UE, T.
FREB18H3F - Business French
Enrolment controls
FREB18H3
Period 1) Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment will be initially restricted to students in the CTEP French programs.
Period 2) Enrolment will open up to other FRE programs starting shortly after 4:00pm, on Monday, April 4th.
Period 3) Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Tuesday, April 5th, enrolment will open to students in the LIN Specialist or Major programs.
Period 4) Starting shortly after 4:00 pm on Wednesday, April 6th, the remaining seats will open to ALL students in other programs.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE12:0015:00IC 326Sonina, S.
TH12:0015:00IC 326Sonina, S.
FRED02H3Y - Supervised Reading: French
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for French and Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
FRED03H3Y - Supervised Reading: French
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for French and Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
FRED04H3Y - Supervised Reading: French
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for French and Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
FRED05H3Y - Supervised Reading: French
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for French and Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
FRED07H3Y - Supervised Reading: French
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for French and Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
GASB30H3Y - Asian Religions and Culture
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00MW 170Hamid, U.
GGRA30H3Y - Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Empirical Reasoning
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH17:0019:00SW 128Paudel, K.
TUT3001TH19:0020:00BV 471
TUT3002TH19:0020:00BV 469Time changed 04/25/16
GGRB05H3Y - Urban Geography
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00MW 170Teeple Hopkins, C.
TUT0001TU13:0014:00BV 355
TUT0002TU14:0015:00BV 355
GGRB13H3Y - Social Geography
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00MW 170Stephens, L.
TUT0001WE13:0014:00BV 355
TUT0002WE14:0015:00BV 355
TUT0003WE15:0016:00BV 355
TUT0004WE16:0017:00BV 355Closed 04/11/16
GGRC33H3Y - The Toronto Region
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00MW 120Saberi, P.
GGRC54H3Y - Human Geography Field Trip
Enrolment controls
You may request this course on ACORN/ROSI but will not be officially enrolled until approved. An application form must also be submitted to the instructor by email at: sorensen@utsc.utoronto.ca for course registration approval.

Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).

Note: Priority enrolment will be given to students in their 4th year of studies and in the Major Programs in Human Geography, Physical and Human Geography, and City Studies.
Information
The field trip component of this course will take place in Tokyo, Japan. The trip will commence on July 2 and will end on July 10th. Please contact André Sorensen at: sorensen@utsc.utoronto.ca for more information regarding the course outline.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0014:00AC 260Sorensen, A.
GGRD01H3Y - Supervised Research Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Human Geography Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
GGRD12H3Y - Seminar in Selected Topics in Human Geography

LEC01:New Labour Geography

Information
GGRD12H3 Seminar in Selected Topics in Human Geography:
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00AC 260Frederiksen, L.
GGRD31H3Y - Independent Research Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Human Geography Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
HISB61H3F - Europe in the High and Late Middle Ages (1053-1492)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0016:00MW 160Gervers, M.
TH14:0016:00MW 160Gervers, M.
TUT0001TU16:0017:00MW 262
TH16:0017:00MW 262
TUT0002TU17:0018:00MW 262
TH17:0018:00MW 262
TUT0003TU13:0014:00MW 262
TH13:0014:00MW 262
HISD01H3Y - Independent Studies: Senior Research Project in History
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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: Take the completed Supervised Study form to the Historical and Cultural Studies Undergraduate Assistant(Room HW526), to get authorization and to complete additional paperwork.
Step 4: 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Historical and Cultural Studies Office HW526
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
HISD02H3Y - Independent Studies: Senior Research Project in History
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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: Take the completed Supervised Study form to the Historical and Cultural Studies Undergraduate Assistant(Room HW526), to get authorization and to complete additional paperwork.
Step 4: 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Historical and Cultural Studies Office HW526
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
HISD63H3F - The Crusades: I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00MW 262Gervers, M.
TH11:0013:00MW 262Gervers, M.
HLTA03H3Y - Foundations in Health Studies II
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO14:0016:00MW 160Gayapersad, A.
TUT0001TU12:0013:00MW 120
TUT0002TU13:0014:00MW 223
TUT0003TU14:0015:00MW 223
HLTB15H3Y - Introduction to Health Research Methodology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00MW 170Obadia, M.
TUT0001TH10:0011:00MW 223
TUT0002TH11:0012:00MW 223
TUT0003TH12:0013:00MW 223
TUT0004TH13:0014:00MW 160
HLTB20H3F - Contemporary Human Evolution and Variation
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0012:00SY 110Tripp, L.
WE10:0012:00SY 110Tripp, L.
TUT0001MO13:0014:00MW 110
WE13:0014:00MW 262
TUT0001MO13:0014:00MW 110
WE13:0014:00MW 262
TUT0002MO14:0015:00MW 110
WE14:0015:00MW 262
TUT0002MO14:0015:00MW 110
WE14:0015:00MW 262
TUT0003MO15:0016:00MW 110
WE15:0016:00MW 262
TUT0003MO15:0016:00MW 110
WE15:0016:00MW 262
HLTC18H3F - Determinants of Health, and Health Disparities
Enrolment controls
Course will be restricted to students in the Health Studies program.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00SW 143Moriarity, R.
WE13:0015:00SW 143Moriarity, R.
HLTC42H3F - Emerging Health Issues and Policy Needs
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0012:00MW 140Daftary, A.
FR10:0012:00MW 140Daftary, A.
HLTD21H3Y - Special Topics in Health
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0016:00MW 120Boehm, L.
IDSA01H3Y - Introduction to International Development Studies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00SW 319Ghali, M.
TUT0001WE13:0014:00MW 223
TUT0002WE14:0015:00MW 223
IDSD10H3Y - Topics in International Development Studies
Enrolment controls
Enrolment is restricted to students in the IDS Specialist and Major Programs. Students must have a CGPA of at least 2.5 to be considered for this course. Students must meet prerequisite requirements.

You may request this course but will not be officially enrolled until approved. Please contact the instructor by email at: chan@utsc.utoronto.ca for course registration approval.

Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)

Centre for Critical Development Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00MW 140Chan, L.Closed 04/08/16
IDSD14H3Y - Directed Reading in International Development Studies
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for Critical Development Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
IDSD15H3Y - Directed Research
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Centre for Critical Development Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
IMCB04H3Y - Food Microbiology
Enrolment controls
IMCB04H3Y
Enrolment is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Industrial Microbiology. This course is taught at Centennial College.
Joint Program Information Click Here
Important dates: Click Here
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01CENTENNIAL
PRA0001CENTENNIAL
IMCB05H3Y - Microbiology Project
Enrolment controls
IMCB05H3Y
Enrolment is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Industrial Microbiology. This course is taught at Centennial College.
Joint Program Information Click Here
Important dates: Click Here
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01CENTENNIAL
PRA0001CENTENNIAL
IMCB06H3Y - Pharmaceutical Microbiology
Enrolment controls
IMCB06H3Y
Enrolment is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Industrial Microbiology. This course is taught at Centennial College.
Joint Program Information Click Here
Important dates: Click Here
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01CENTENNIAL
PRA0001CENTENNIAL
IMCB08H3Y - Biochemistry and Applications I
Enrolment controls
IMCB08H3Y
Enrolment is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Industrial Microbiology. This course is taught at Centennial College.
Joint Program Information Click Here
Important dates: Click Here
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01CENTENNIAL
PRA0001CENTENNIAL
IMCC01H3Y - Advanced Microbiology Project
Enrolment controls
IMCC01H3Y
Enrolment is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Industrial Microbiology. This course is taught at Centennial College.
Joint Program Information Click Here
Important dates: Click Here
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01CENTENNIAL
JOUC25H3Y - Field Placement
Enrolment controls
JOUC25H3
Registration in this Field Course is restricted to students in the Joint Program in Journalism.
Please contact Tim Doyle, Joint Journalism Co-ordinator at Centennial. TDoyle@centennialcollege.ca
Students request the course on ROSI but will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted.
Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved. (APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
LINA01H3Y - Introduction to Linguistics
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU18:0020:00AC 223Moghaddam, S.
TUT3001TU17:0018:00MW 170
TUT3002TU16:0017:00MW 170
TUT3003TU15:0016:00MW 170
TUT3004TU14:0015:00MW 170
TUT3005TU13:0014:00MW 170
TUT3006TU16:0017:00MW 140Room changed 04/27/16
TUT3007TU20:0021:00MW 110
TUT3009TU20:0021:00MW 140
LINB18H3Y - English Grammar
Enrolment controls
LINB18H3
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in any PLI or LIN programs until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th. Starting shortly after 4:00pm, on Monday, April 4th any remaining seats will open to students in other programs.
Information
This course is WEB-based. To find out more about web-based courses Click Here Please note that WEB-based courses may have in-person Term Tests and/or Final Exams.Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC60Online CourseMoghaddam, S./Ndayiragije, J.
LINB62H3Y - Structure of American Sign Language
Enrolment controls
LINB62H3
Enrolment will be initially restricted to students in any PLI or LIN programs until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th. Starting shortly after 4:00pm, on Monday, April 4th any remaining seats will open to students in other programs.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH09:0012:00BV 355Pizzacalla, M.
LIND01H3Y - Independent Study in Linguistics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
LIND02H3Y - Independent Study in Linguistics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
LIND03H3Y - Independent Study in Linguistics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Linguistics Office HW426
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01Takahashi, E.
MATA23H3Y - 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 ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class.
Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via 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 Cathy Chong.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0016:00IC 130Grinnell, R.Classrooms changed 04/29/16
TH15:0016:00SY 110Grinnell, R.Classrooms changed 04/29/16
TUT0001FR11:0013:00IC 320
TUT0002WE13:0015:00IC 212
TUT0003WE15:0017:00IC 230
TUT0004TU17:0019:00IC 200
TUT0005TH12:0014:00BV 355
TUT0006FR13:0015:00IC 320Added 04/15/16
MATA33H3Y - 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 ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class.
Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via 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 Cathy Chong.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0014:00SW 319Grinnell, R.
TH13:0015:00SW 319Grinnell, R.
TUT0001TH15:0016:00IC 320
TUT0002TH16:0017:00IC 320
TUT0003TU12:0013:00IC 230
TUT0004TU14:0015:00IC 320
TUT0005TH16:0017:00IC 120
TUT0006TH15:0016:00IC 120Added 04/15/16
MATA35H3Y - 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 ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class.
Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via 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 Cathy Chong.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0012:00IC 220Zhang, S.
FR13:0014:00IC 230Zhang, S.
TUT0001TU10:0011:00IC 204
TUT0002TU14:0015:00SW 309
TUT0003TU15:0016:00SW 128
MATA36H3Y - Calculus II 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 ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class.
Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via 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 Cathy Chong.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU12:0014:00IC 220Smith, K.
TH12:0013:00IC 220Smith, K.
TUT0001TU10:0011:00IC 212
TUT0002TU11:0012:00IC 212
TUT0003WE10:0011:00IC 212
TUT0004FR10:0011:00IC 208
MATA37H3Y - Calculus II 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 ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class.
Students requesting to change Math tutorials can do so via 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 Cathy Chong.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU17:0018:00IC 130Smith, K.
TH10:0012:00IC 130Smith, K.
TUT0001TH13:0015:00IC 230
TUT0002MO14:0016:00IC 230
TUT0003MO11:0013:00IC 204
TUT0004TU10:0012:00IC 320
TUT0005WE09:0011:00IC 204
TUT0006TU15:0017:00IC 208
TUT0007WE15:0017:00IC 208
MATD92H3Y - Mathematics Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Mathematical Science Office IC449
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
MATD93H3Y - Mathematics Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Mathematical Science Office IC449
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
MATD94H3Y - Readings in Mathematics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Mathematical Science Office IC449
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
MATD95H3Y - Readings in Mathematics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Mathematical Science Office IC449
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
MDSA01H3Y - Introduction to Media Studies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00AC 223Graffam, G.
MDSB03H3Y - Advertising and Consumer Culture
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00SW 319Heydon, J.
MDSB10H3Y - Technology, Culture and Society
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0016:00MW 110Scheduled in room MW110 for the "F" Term and then moves to SW143 for the "S" Term.
MDSC02H3Y - Media, Identities and Politics
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0012:00BV 355Ashby, J.
MDSC61H3Y - Alternative Media
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01Cancelled 04/29/16
MDSC71H3Y - Media and Religion
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00MW 140
MGAB01H3S - Introductory Financial Accounting I
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00IC 300Kong, D.
TH09:0011:00IC 300Kong, D.
MGAB02H3Y - Introductory Financial Accounting II
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00IC 208Kong, D.
MGAB03H3Y - Introductory Management Accounting
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR09:0011:00IC 204Quan Fun, G.
LEC02FR11:0013:00IC 204Quan Fun, G.
LEC03MO13:0015:00IC 204Kong, D.
MGAC01H3Y - Intermediate Financial Accounting I
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC02WE11:0013:00IC 320Daga, S.
TUT0001FR11:0013:00IC 230
MGAC02H3Y - Intermediate Financial Accounting II
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00IC 300Kong, D.
TUT0001FR13:0015:00IC 204
MGAC03H3Y - Intermediate Management Accounting
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH09:0011:00IC 208Quan Fun, G.
MGAC10H3Y - Auditing
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30WE19:0022:00IC 212Wong, H./Hassanali, M.Replaces: MGAD10
MGAC50H3Y - Canadian Income Taxation I
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU19:0022:00IC 208Ratnam, S.
MGAD20H3F - Advanced Auditing
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30MO19:0022:00IC 200McDonald, J.
WE19:0022:00IC 204McDonald, J.
MGAD45H3Y - Corporate Governance and Strategy - CPA Perspective
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0011:00IC 300Kong, D.Replaces: MGSC40
MGAD50H3Y - Advanced Accounting
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00IC 230Quan Fun, G.
MGAD65H3Y - Canadian Income Taxation II
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH19:0022:00IC 208Ratnam, S./Phung, P.Replaces; MGAC60
MGEA02H3Y - Introduction to Microeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
Enrolment controls
Non-Program students (including Economics Minor students) may enroll in MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3 and MGEC93H3 from the start of course enrolment.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH09:0012:00IC 220Au, I./Parkinson, J.
TUT0001WE09:0010:00IC 220
MGEA06H3Y - Introduction to Macroeconomics: A Mathematical Approach
Enrolment controls
Non-Program students (including Economics Minor students) may enroll in MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3 and MGEC93H3 from the start of course enrolment.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0017:00IC 220Parkinson, J./Au, I.
MGEB02H3Y - Price Theory: A Mathematical Approach
Enrolment controls
Note: BBA students are no longer allowed to use STAB22 to fulfill program requirements. They will be restricted from taking STAB22. BBA students who have completed STAB22H3 after August 2012 ARE REQUIRED to take MGEB11H3 as EXTRA before enrolling themselves into MGEB12H3

PERIOD One: Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be open to Co-op students in Management, Economics and IDS programs ONLY.MGEC93H3 will be open to all students.

PERIOD Two: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be opened to other Management, Economics Major or Specialist and Visiting students. International Studies Major Program will be given access to MGEC61H on ROSI, as this course is listed in their programs. If the course you need is full, please add yourself to the waitlist.

Which course will be open to Non-Program Students and When?

Non-Program students (including Economics Minor students) may enroll in MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3 and MGEC93H3 from the start of course enrolment.

PERIOD Three: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Thursday, April 7th, all MGE courses with remaining space will be opened up to all UTSC students. Students not in the program, including Minors in Economics, ARE REQUIRED to have a CGPA of 2.0 or better if they want to enroll in in MGEB02H3, MGEB06H3, MGEB11H3, MGEB12H3, MGEC02H3, MGEC06H3, and MGEC11H3. At this time, all students (BBA, Major program and non program) will have equal access to the courses, or the opportunity to waitlist.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00IC 220Krashinsky, M.
WE13:0014:00IC 220Krashinsky, M.
LEC02TU14:0016:00IC 230Krashinsky, M.Full. Did not open to All 04/07/16
WE14:0015:00IC 230Krashinsky, M.Full. Did not open to All 04/07/16
TUT0001WE15:0017:00IC 130Krashinsky, M.
MGEB06H3Y - Macroeconomic Theory and Policy: A Mathematical Approach
Enrolment controls
Note: BBA students are no longer allowed to use STAB22 to fulfill program requirements. They will be restricted from taking STAB22. BBA students who have completed STAB22H3 after August 2012 ARE REQUIRED to take MGEB11H3 as EXTRA before enrolling themselves into MGEB12H3

PERIOD One: Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be open to Co-op students in Management, Economics and IDS programs ONLY.MGEC93H3 will be open to all students.

PERIOD Two: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be opened to other Management, Economics Major or Specialist and Visiting students. International Studies Major Program will be given access to MGEC61H on ROSI, as this course is listed in their programs. If the course you need is full, please add yourself to the waitlist.

Which course will be open to Non-Program Students and When?

Non-Program students (including Economics Minor students) may enroll in MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3 and MGEC93H3 from the start of course enrolment.

PERIOD Three: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Thursday, April 7th, all MGE courses with remaining space will be opened up to all UTSC students. Students not in the program, including Minors in Economics, ARE REQUIRED to have a CGPA of 2.0 or better if they want to enroll in in MGEB02H3, MGEB06H3, MGEB11H3, MGEB12H3, MGEC02H3, MGEC06H3, and MGEC11H3. At this time, all students (BBA, Major program and non program) will have equal access to the courses, or the opportunity to waitlist.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0012:00IC 230Parkinson, J./Au, I.
LEC02TU09:0012:00IC 230Parkinson, J./Au, I.
MGEB11H3Y - Quantitative Methods in Economics I
Enrolment controls
Note: BBA students are no longer allowed to use STAB22 to fulfill program requirements. They will be restricted from taking STAB22. BBA students who have completed STAB22H3 after August 2012 ARE REQUIRED to take MGEB11H3 as EXTRA before enrolling themselves into MGEB12H3

PERIOD One: Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be open to Co-op students in Management, Economics and IDS programs ONLY.MGEC93H3 will be open to all students.

PERIOD Two: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be opened to other Management, Economics Major or Specialist and Visiting students. International Studies Major Program will be given access to MGEC61H on ROSI, as this course is listed in their programs. If the course you need is full, please add yourself to the waitlist.

Which course will be open to Non-Program Students and When?

Non-Program students (including Economics Minor students) may enroll in MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3 and MGEC93H3 from the start of course enrolment.

PERIOD Three: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Thursday, April 7th, all MGE courses with remaining space will be opened up to all UTSC students. Students not in the program, including Minors in Economics, ARE REQUIRED to have a CGPA of 2.0 or better if they want to enroll in in MGEB02H3, MGEB06H3, MGEB11H3, MGEB12H3, MGEC02H3, MGEC06H3, and MGEC11H3. At this time, all students (BBA, Major program and non program) will have equal access to the courses, or the opportunity to waitlist.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR12:0015:00IC 220Yu, P.
MGEB12H3Y - Quantitative Methods in Economics II
Enrolment controls
Note: BBA students are no longer allowed to use STAB22 to fulfill program requirements. They will be restricted from taking STAB22. BBA students who have completed STAB22H3 after August 2012 ARE REQUIRED to take MGEB11H3 as EXTRA before enrolling themselves into MGEB12H3

PERIOD One: Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be open to Co-op students in Management, Economics and IDS programs ONLY.MGEC93H3 will be open to all students.

PERIOD Two: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be opened to other Management, Economics Major or Specialist and Visiting students. International Studies Major Program will be given access to MGEC61H on ROSI, as this course is listed in their programs. If the course you need is full, please add yourself to the waitlist.

Which course will be open to Non-Program Students and When?

Non-Program students (including Economics Minor students) may enroll in MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3 and MGEC93H3 from the start of course enrolment.

PERIOD Three: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Thursday, April 7th, all MGE courses with remaining space will be opened up to all UTSC students. Students not in the program, including Minors in Economics, ARE REQUIRED to have a CGPA of 2.0 or better if they want to enroll in in MGEB02H3, MGEB06H3, MGEB11H3, MGEB12H3, MGEC02H3, MGEC06H3, and MGEC11H3. At this time, all students (BBA, Major program and non program) will have equal access to the courses, or the opportunity to waitlist.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR09:0012:00IC 220Mazaheri, A.Full. Did not open to All 04/07/16
MGEC02H3Y - Topics in Price Theory
Enrolment controls
Note: BBA students are no longer allowed to use STAB22 to fulfill program requirements. They will be restricted from taking STAB22. BBA students who have completed STAB22H3 after August 2012 ARE REQUIRED to take MGEB11H3 as EXTRA before enrolling themselves into MGEB12H3

PERIOD One: Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be open to Co-op students in Management, Economics and IDS programs ONLY.MGEC93H3 will be open to all students.

PERIOD Two: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be opened to other Management, Economics Major or Specialist and Visiting students. International Studies Major Program will be given access to MGEC61H on ROSI, as this course is listed in their programs. If the course you need is full, please add yourself to the waitlist.

Which course will be open to Non-Program Students and When?

Non-Program students (including Economics Minor students) may enroll in MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3 and MGEC93H3 from the start of course enrolment.

PERIOD Three: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Thursday, April 7th, all MGE courses with remaining space will be opened up to all UTSC students. Students not in the program, including Minors in Economics, ARE REQUIRED to have a CGPA of 2.0 or better if they want to enroll in in MGEB02H3, MGEB06H3, MGEB11H3, MGEB12H3, MGEC02H3, MGEC06H3, and MGEC11H3. At this time, all students (BBA, Major program and non program) will have equal access to the courses, or the opportunity to waitlist.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE09:0012:00IC 230Mazaheri, A.
MGEC06H3Y - Topics in Macroeconomic Theory
Enrolment controls
Note: BBA students are no longer allowed to use STAB22 to fulfill program requirements. They will be restricted from taking STAB22. BBA students who have completed STAB22H3 after August 2012 ARE REQUIRED to take MGEB11H3 as EXTRA before enrolling themselves into MGEB12H3

PERIOD One: Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be open to Co-op students in Management, Economics and IDS programs ONLY.MGEC93H3 will be open to all students.

PERIOD Two: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be opened to other Management, Economics Major or Specialist and Visiting students. International Studies Major Program will be given access to MGEC61H on ROSI, as this course is listed in their programs. If the course you need is full, please add yourself to the waitlist.

Which course will be open to Non-Program Students and When?

Non-Program students (including Economics Minor students) may enroll in MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3 and MGEC93H3 from the start of course enrolment.

PERIOD Three: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Thursday, April 7th, all MGE courses with remaining space will be opened up to all UTSC students. Students not in the program, including Minors in Economics, ARE REQUIRED to have a CGPA of 2.0 or better if they want to enroll in in MGEB02H3, MGEB06H3, MGEB11H3, MGEB12H3, MGEC02H3, MGEC06H3, and MGEC11H3. At this time, all students (BBA, Major program and non program) will have equal access to the courses, or the opportunity to waitlist.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH09:0012:00IC 212Mazaheri, A.
MGEC11H3Y - Introduction to Regression Analysis
Enrolment controls
Note: BBA students are no longer allowed to use STAB22 to fulfill program requirements. They will be restricted from taking STAB22. BBA students who have completed STAB22H3 after August 2012 ARE REQUIRED to take MGEB11H3 as EXTRA before enrolling themselves into MGEB12H3

PERIOD One: Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be open to Co-op students in Management, Economics and IDS programs ONLY.MGEC93H3 will be open to all students.

PERIOD Two: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be opened to other Management, Economics Major or Specialist and Visiting students. International Studies Major Program will be given access to MGEC61H on ROSI, as this course is listed in their programs. If the course you need is full, please add yourself to the waitlist.

Which course will be open to Non-Program Students and When?

Non-Program students (including Economics Minor students) may enroll in MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3 and MGEC93H3 from the start of course enrolment.

PERIOD Three: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Thursday, April 7th, all MGE courses with remaining space will be opened up to all UTSC students. Students not in the program, including Minors in Economics, ARE REQUIRED to have a CGPA of 2.0 or better if they want to enroll in in MGEB02H3, MGEB06H3, MGEB11H3, MGEB12H3, MGEC02H3, MGEC06H3, and MGEC11H3. At this time, all students (BBA, Major program and non program) will have equal access to the courses, or the opportunity to waitlist.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH13:0015:00IC 300Parkinson, J./Mazaheri, A.
MGEC40H3Y - Economics of Organization and Management
Enrolment controls
Note: BBA students are no longer allowed to use STAB22 to fulfill program requirements. They will be restricted from taking STAB22. BBA students who have completed STAB22H3 after August 2012 ARE REQUIRED to take MGEB11H3 as EXTRA before enrolling themselves into MGEB12H3

PERIOD One: Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be open to Co-op students in Management, Economics and IDS programs ONLY.MGEC93H3 will be open to all students.

PERIOD Two: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be opened to other Management, Economics Major or Specialist and Visiting students. International Studies Major Program will be given access to MGEC61H on ROSI, as this course is listed in their programs. If the course you need is full, please add yourself to the waitlist.

Which course will be open to Non-Program Students and When?

Non-Program students (including Economics Minor students) may enroll in MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3 and MGEC93H3 from the start of course enrolment.

PERIOD Three: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Thursday, April 7th, all MGE courses with remaining space will be opened up to all UTSC students. Students not in the program, including Minors in Economics, ARE REQUIRED to have a CGPA of 2.0 or better if they want to enroll in in MGEB02H3, MGEB06H3, MGEB11H3, MGEB12H3, MGEC02H3, MGEC06H3, and MGEC11H3. At this time, all students (BBA, Major program and non program) will have equal access to the courses, or the opportunity to waitlist.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0012:00IC 212Chandra, A.
MGEC41H3Y - Industrial Organization
Enrolment controls
Note: BBA students are no longer allowed to use STAB22 to fulfill program requirements. They will be restricted from taking STAB22. BBA students who have completed STAB22H3 after August 2012 ARE REQUIRED to take MGEB11H3 as EXTRA before enrolling themselves into MGEB12H3

PERIOD One: Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be open to Co-op students in Management, Economics and IDS programs ONLY.MGEC93H3 will be open to all students.

PERIOD Two: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be opened to other Management, Economics Major or Specialist and Visiting students. International Studies Major Program will be given access to MGEC61H on ROSI, as this course is listed in their programs. If the course you need is full, please add yourself to the waitlist.

Which course will be open to Non-Program Students and When?

Non-Program students (including Economics Minor students) may enroll in MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3 and MGEC93H3 from the start of course enrolment.

PERIOD Three: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Thursday, April 7th, all MGE courses with remaining space will be opened up to all UTSC students. Students not in the program, including Minors in Economics, ARE REQUIRED to have a CGPA of 2.0 or better if they want to enroll in in MGEB02H3, MGEB06H3, MGEB11H3, MGEB12H3, MGEC02H3, MGEC06H3, and MGEC11H3. At this time, all students (BBA, Major program and non program) will have equal access to the courses, or the opportunity to waitlist.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00IC 212Chandra, A.
MGEC61H3Y - International Economics: Finance
Enrolment controls
Note: BBA students are no longer allowed to use STAB22 to fulfill program requirements. They will be restricted from taking STAB22. BBA students who have completed STAB22H3 after August 2012 ARE REQUIRED to take MGEB11H3 as EXTRA before enrolling themselves into MGEB12H3

PERIOD One: Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be open to Co-op students in Management, Economics and IDS Co-op programs ONLY.MGEC93H3 will be open to all students.

PERIOD Two: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be opened to other Management, Economics Major or Specialist and Visiting students. International Studies and IDS Major Programs and IDS Specialist non-coop programs will be given access to MGEC61H on ROSI, as this course is listed in their program requirements. If the course you need is full, please add yourself to the waitlist.

Which course will be open to Non-Program Students and When?

Non-Program students (including Economics Minor students) may enroll in MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3 and MGEC93H3 from the start of course enrolment.

PERIOD Three: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Thursday, April 7th, all MGE courses with remaining space will be opened up to all UTSC students. Students not in the program, including Minors in Economics, ARE REQUIRED to have a CGPA of 2.0 or better if they want to enroll in in MGEB02H3, MGEB06H3, MGEB11H3, MGEB12H3, MGEC02H3, MGEC06H3, and MGEC11H3. At this time, all students (BBA, Major program and non program) will have equal access to the courses, or the opportunity to waitlist.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00IC 208Au, I.
LEC02TU13:0015:00IC 208Au, I.
MGEC71H3Y - Money and Banking
Enrolment controls
Note: BBA students are no longer allowed to use STAB22 to fulfill program requirements. They will be restricted from taking STAB22. BBA students who have completed STAB22H3 after August 2012 ARE REQUIRED to take MGEB11H3 as EXTRA before enrolling themselves into MGEB12H3

PERIOD One: Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be open to Co-op students in Management, Economics and IDS programs ONLY.MGEC93H3 will be open to all students.

PERIOD Two: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th, enrolment in 'B' and 'C' level Economics courses will be opened to other Management, Economics Major or Specialist and Visiting students. International Studies Major Program will be given access to MGEC61H on ROSI, as this course is listed in their programs. If the course you need is full, please add yourself to the waitlist.

Which course will be open to Non-Program Students and When?

Non-Program students (including Economics Minor students) may enroll in MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3 and MGEC93H3 from the start of course enrolment.

PERIOD Three: Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Thursday, April 7th, all MGE courses with remaining space will be opened up to all UTSC students. Students not in the program, including Minors in Economics, ARE REQUIRED to have a CGPA of 2.0 or better if they want to enroll in in MGEB02H3, MGEB06H3, MGEB11H3, MGEB12H3, MGEC02H3, MGEC06H3, and MGEC11H3. At this time, all students (BBA, Major program and non program) will have equal access to the courses, or the opportunity to waitlist.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE12:0014:00IC 230Ho, H.
LEC30WE19:0022:00IC 200Ho, H.
MGEC93H3Y - International Economics
Enrolment controls
Non-Program students (including Economics Minor students) may enroll in MGEA02H3, MGEA06H3 and MGEC93H3 from the start of course enrolment.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR13:0015:00IC 200Mazaheri, A.
MGED90H3Y - Supervised Reading in Economics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Economics and Management Office IC250
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
MGED91H3Y - Supervised Reading in Economics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Economics and Management Office IC250
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
MGFB10H3F - Principles of Finance
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO09:0011:00IC 200Ahmed, S.
WE09:0011:00IC 200Ahmed, S.
LEC02MO13:0015:00IC 200Ahmed, S.
WE13:0015:00IC 204Ahmed, S.
MGFC10H3S - Intermediate Finance
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00IC 220Chau, K.
WE11:0013:00IC 212Chau, K.
LEC02MO15:0017:00IC 204Chau, K.
WE15:0017:00IC 204Chau, K.
MGFC20H3F - Personal Financial Management
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00IC 302Ahmed, S.
TH11:0013:00IC 302Ahmed, S.
MGHB02H3F - Managing People and Groups in Organizations
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00IC 204Hansen, S.
TH11:0013:00IC 208Hansen, S.
LEC02TU13:0015:00IC 204Hansen, S.
TH13:0015:00IC 208Hansen, S.
MGHB12H3S - Human Resource Management
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00IC 204MacDonald, H.
TH11:0013:00IC 208MacDonald, H.
LEC02TU13:0015:00IC 204MacDonald, H.
TH13:0015:00IC 208MacDonald, H.
MGHC02H3F - Management Skills
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students. Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.
GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2015 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2015 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:
Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 10.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00IC 302Heathcote, J.
WE11:0013:00IC 302Heathcote, J.
LEC02MO13:0015:00IC 302Heathcote, J.
WE13:0015:00IC 302Heathcote, J.
MGIA01H3Y - Principles of International Marketing
Enrolment controls
MGIA01H3 Enrolment will be restricted to students in the MIB Coop program
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00IC 300Dewan, T.
MGMA01H3F - Principles of Marketing
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be restricted to students in BBA programs
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00IC 200Aggarwal, P.
TH11:0013:00IC 200Aggarwal, P.
MGMB01H3Y - Marketing Management
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00IC 300Dewan, T.
LEC02WE13:0015:00IC 300Dewan, T.
LEC03TU15:0017:00IC 300Dewan, T.Added 04/07/16
MGMC02H3F - Consumer Behaviour
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00IC 300McConkey, W.
TH11:0013:00IC 300McConkey, W.
MGMC12H3F - Advertising: From Theory to Practice
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00IC 302Aggarwal, P.
TH13:0015:00IC 302Aggarwal, P.
MGOC10H3F - Analysis for Decision Making
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00IC 220Quan, V.
WE13:0015:00IC 200Quan, V.
LEC02TU13:0015:00IC 200Quan, V.
TH13:0015:00IC 200Quan, V.
MGOC20H3S - Operations Management: A Mathematical Approach
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00IC 200McConkey, W.Added 04/05/16
WE13:0015:00IC 200McConkey, W.Added 04/05/16
LEC02MO15:0017:00IC 200McConkey, W.
WE15:0017:00IC 200McConkey, W.
MGSC14H3Y - Management Ethics
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU19:0021:00IC 204Constantinou, P.
MGSC30H3Y - The Legal Environment of Business I
Enrolment controls
PREREQUISITES ALL students must ensure that they have the pre-requisites for the course they wish to enroll in. Students should consult the Calendar to ensure that they have all the prerequisites. Students who do not have the prerequisites will be removed from the courses for which the prerequisites are missing. A deferred exam (SDF) in a prerequisite course means that you have not completed it, and therefore you do not have the prerequisite for the course that follows it, and you will be removed from that course.

Students in Co-op Management Programs
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management courses is restricted to co-op management students.
Enrolment in B, C and D level Economics courses is restricted to Co-op Management, Economics and IDS students.
Priority is necessary as these students must take specific Management courses in the Summer, in order to participate in the Fall/Winter work study terms. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.

Non Co-op Management and Economics students Starting shortly after 4:00pm on Monday, April 4th enrolment in B, C and D level Management and Economics courses begins. Students may add other courses as soon as their course enrolment start time begins.
Visiting students need to obtain permission from the Academic Director to enroll in Management courses.

GRADUATING STUDENTS: Students graduating during June 2016 who wish to enroll in management courses during the Summer 2016 may enroll in courses the usual way, but are cautioned that they may be withdrawn from courses if there are continuing undergraduate students on waitlists. Priority will be given to continuing undergraduate students who are pursuing degree or program requirements.
Overall course load limit for Bachelor of Business Administration students:

Students may take a maximum of 3.0 full credits in any one session. On occasion, B.B.A. students who have completed at least 12.0 full credits and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 might be permitted into an additional half-credit course. Requests to add an additional course must be made in writing to management-supervisor-studies. This must be done after the wait list period has ended and before the last day to add courses for the session (see the Sessional Dates section of the Calendar. Students must provide an academic rationale for the request and include their name, student number, the course code and section requested. Please note that approval of a request to add a course outside Management and Economics does not guarantee a place in the course. Requests from students who do not meet the above criteria will not be considered.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0019:00IC 204Rybak, J.
MGTA01H3Y - Introduction to Business
Enrolment controls
MGTA01H3 Enrolment will be open to all students (except BBA students)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00IC 130McConkey, W./Bovaird, C.
MGTA02H3Y - Managing the Business Organization
Enrolment controls
MGTA02H3 Enrolment will be open to all students (except BBA students)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00IC 204McConkey, W./Bovaird, C./McConkey, W.
MGTA35H3Y - Management Communications for non co-op
Enrolment controls
Enrolment will be restricted to students in Non-Coop BBA programs
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE15:0017:00IC 302Daga, S.
TUT0001FR11:0013:00IC 300
MGTA36H3Y - Management Communications for Co-op
Enrolment controls
MGTA36H3 Enrolment will be restricted to students in Coop BBA programs
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0013:00IC 204Howard, J.
TUT0001MO19:0021:00IC 208
MGTD80H3Y - Supervised Reading in Management
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Economics and Management Office IC250
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
NROB60H3Y - Neuroanatomy Laboratory
Enrolment controls
NROB60H3
Will be initially restricted to students in the Specialist Co-op, Specialist and Major Programs in Neuroscience, Psychology & Its Applications Behavioural Disorders Stream Specialist Co-op program, and Specialist program in Human Biology. Shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 08th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space in this course may open to other students.
Although the lectures are web optioned, all students are required to attend weekly practicals which will commence in the first week of the summer term.
Information
This course is WEB-based. To find out more about web-based courses Click Here Please note that WEB-based courses may have in-person Term Tests and/or Final Exams.Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC60Online CourseLeboutillier, J.
PRA6001WE13:0015:00SW 323
PRA6002WE15:0017:00SW 323
PRA6003WE11:0013:00SW 323
PHLB05H3Y - Social Issues
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO14:0017:00MW 170Wald, B.
PHLB50H3Y - Symbolic Logic I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO10:0013:00SW 143Kuhl, K.
PHLC06H3Y - Topics in Ethical Theory
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU18:0021:00AA 204Mathison, E.
PHLD90H3Y - Independent Study in Philosophy
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Philosophy Portable Room PO102 -Office 119
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
PHLD91H3Y - Independent Study in Philosophy
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Philosophy Portable Room PO102 -Office 119
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
PHLD92H3Y - Independent Study in Philosophy
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Philosophy Portable Room PO102 -Office 119
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
PHLD93H3Y - Independent Study in Philosophy
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Philosophy Portable Room PO102 -Office 119
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
PHLD94H3Y - Independent Study in Philosophy
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Philosophy Portable Room PO102 -Office 119
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LEC01FACULTY
PHLD95H3Y - Independent Study in Philosophy
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Philosophy Portable Room PO102 -Office 119
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LEC01FACULTY
PHLD96H3Y - Independent Study in Philosophy
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Philosophy Portable Room PO102 -Office 119
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
PHLD97H3Y - Independent Study in Philosophy
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Philosophy Portable Room PO102 -Office 119
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LEC01FACULTY
PHLD98H3Y - Independent Study in Philosophy
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Philosophy Portable Room PO102 -Office 119
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
PHLD99H3Y - Independent Study in Philosophy
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Philosophy Portable Room PO102 -Office 119
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
PHYA21H3Y - Introduction to Physics IIa
Information
PHYA21H3 Practicals start the second week of classes and will run every week. All students must enroll into a Practical section on ROSI.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00MW 160Lorincz, G./Wilson, B.
WE16:0017:00MW 160Lorincz, G./Wilson, B.
PRA0001WE09:0012:00SW 505 D
PHYD01H3Y - Research Project in Physics and Astrophysics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Physical and Environmental Science Office EV 241
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LEC01Lowman, J.
PHYD72H3Y - Supervised Reading in Physics and Astrophysics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Physical and Environmental Science Office EV 241
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01Lowman, J.
PLID01H3Y - Independent Study in Psycholinguistics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Linguistics Office HW426
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LEC01FACULTY
PLID02H3Y - Independent Study in Psycholinguistics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Linguistics Office HW426
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LEC01FACULTY
PLID03H3Y - Independent Study in Psycholinguistics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Linguistics Office HW426
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LEC01FACULTY
POLB50Y3Y - Canadian Government and Politics
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment will be restricted to degree students who have completed a minimum of 4.0 full credit equivalents (FCEs)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00SY 110Cochrane, C.
TH13:0015:00SY 110Cochrane, C.
TUT0004TU12:0013:00IC 208
TUT0005TU15:0016:00MW 223
TUT0006TU16:0017:00MW 223
POLB72H3Y - Introduction to Political Theory
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment will be restricted to degree students who have completed a minimum of 4.0 full credit equivalents (FCEs)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00MW 170Atanasescu, A.
TUT0001MO13:0014:00MW 120
TUT0002MO14:0015:00MW 120
POLB80H3Y - Introduction to International Relations I
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment will be restricted to degree students who have completed a minimum of 4.0 full credit equivalents (FCEs)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TH17:0019:00MW 170Glas, A./Greaves, W.
TUT3001TH19:0020:00AA 204
TUT3002TH20:0021:00AA 204
TUT3003TH19:0020:00MW 262
POLC32H3Y - The Canadian Judicial System
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0019:00MW 140Rosevear, E.
POLC78H3F - Political Analysis I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0012:00MW 160Levine, R.
FR10:0012:00MW 160Levine, R.
POLC83H3F - Applications of American Foreign Policy
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE13:0015:00MW 110Levine, R.
FR13:0015:00MW 140Levine, R.
TUT0001WE12:0013:00MW 110
TUT0002WE15:0016:00MW 110
POLC93H3Y - Public Policies in the United States
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH10:0012:00MW 160Levine, R.
POLD95H3Y - Supervised Research in Political Science
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Political Science Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
POLD98H3Y - Supervised Reading in Political Science
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTYAdded 04/20/16
PSYA01H3Y - Introductory Psychology: Part I
Information
This course is WEB-based. To find out more about web-based courses Click Here
Please note that this Psychology WEB based course has in-person Term Tests and/or Final exams. Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC60Online CourseJoordens, S.
PSYA02H3Y - Introductory Psychology: Part II
Information
This course is WEB-based. To find out more about web-based courses Click Here
Please note that this Psychology WEB based course has in-person Term Tests and/or Final exams. Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC60Online CoursePare, D.
PSYB04H3Y - Foundations in Psychological Research
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment will be restricted to students in Major and Minor programs in Psychology and the Mental Health Studies major program.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00AC 223Boudens, C.
PSYB07H3Y - Data Analysis in Psychology
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment will be initially restricted to students in the Specialist Coop, Specialist and Major Programs in Psychology, Psychology and It's Applications, Mental Health Studies, Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, Paramedicine and Psycholinguistics. Shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to students in the Psychology Minor Program.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0017:00SY 110Pare, D.
TUT0002WE10:0011:00SW 143
TUT0004WE09:0010:00SW 143
TUT0005WE12:0013:00IC 208
PSYB10H3Y - Introduction to Social Psychology
Information
This course is WEB-based. To find out more about web-based courses Click Here
Please note that this Psychology WEB based course has in-person Term Tests and/or Final exams. Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC60Online CourseInbar, Y.
PSYB32H3Y - Abnormal Psychology
Information
This course is WEB-based. To find out more about web-based courses Click Here
Please note that this Psychology WEB based course has in-person Term Tests and/or Final exams. Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC60Online CourseZakzanis, K.
PSYB45H3Y - Behaviour Modification: Origins and Applications
Information
This course is WEB-based. To find out more about web-based courses Click Here
Please note that this Psychology WEB based course has in-person Term Tests and/or Final exams. Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC60Online CourseDere, J.
PSYB51H3Y - Perception and Cognition
Information
This course is WEB-based. To find out more about web-based courses Click Here
Please note that this Psychology WEB based course has in-person Term Tests and/or Final exams. Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC60Online CourseNiemeier, M.
PSYB57H3Y - Memory and Cognition
Information
This course is WEB-based. To find out more about web-based courses Click Here
Please note that this Psychology WEB based course has in-person Term Tests and/or Final exams. Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC60Online CoursePare, D.
PSYB64H3Y - An Introduction to Physiological Psychology
Information
This course is WEB-based. To find out more about web-based courses Click Here
Please note that this Psychology WEB based course has in-person Term Tests and/or Final exams. Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC60Online CourseLeboutillier, J.
PSYB65H3Y - Human Brain and Behaviour
Information
This course is WEB-based. To find out more about web-based courses Click Here
Please note that this Psychology WEB based course (LEC60) has in-person Term Tests and/or Final exams. Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC60Online CourseCampbell, Z.
PSYC02H3Y - Scientific Communication in Psychology
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment will be restricted to students in the Specialist Co-op and Specialist programs in Psychology, Mental Health Studies and Psychology and It's Applications. Shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to students in the Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0015:00MW 120Nagy, A.Will not open to Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies.Course is Full. 04/08/16
TUT0001TU10:0012:00MW 120
TUT0002TU15:0017:00SW 316
TUT0003TU17:0019:00SW 316
PSYC08H3Y - Advanced Data Analysis in Psychology
Enrolment controls

Course enrolment will be restricted to students in the Specialist Co-op, Specialist and Major programs in Psychology, Mental Health Studies, Neuroscience and Paramedicine. Shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to students in the Minor program in Psychology.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0017:00SW 128Bors, D.
TUT0001WE09:0010:00MW 223
TUT0002WE10:0011:00MW 223
TUT0003WE12:0013:00IC 200
TUT0004WE13:0014:00IC 208
PSYC11H3Y - Social Psychology Laboratory
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment will be restricted to students in the Specialist Co-op and Specialist programs in Psychology and Psychology and It’s Applications. Shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to students in the Major programs in Psychology, Specialist Co-op, Specialist and Major programs in Mental Health Studies.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU11:0013:00SW 316Tran, S.Course is Full, will not open to Major programs in Psychology, Specialist Co-op, Specialist and Major programs in Mental Health Studies. 04/08/16
PSYC12H3Y - The Psychology of Prejudice
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment will be restricted to students in the Specialist Co-op, Specialist and Major programs in Psychology, Mental Health Studies and Psychology and It's Applications. Shortly after 4:00pm on Friday April 8th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to students in the Minor program in Psychology.
Information
This course is WEB-based. To find out more about web-based courses Click Here
Please note that this Psychology WEB based course (LEC60) has in-person Term Tests and/or Final exams. Contact the Department for further information.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC60Online CourseInzlicht, M.
PSYC14H3Y - Cross-Cultural Social Psychology
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment will be restricted to students in the Specialist Co-op, Specialist and Major programs in Psychology, Mental Health Studies and Psychology and It's Applications. Shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to students in the Minor program in Psychology.
Information
Will not open to Minor program in Psychology. Course Full.04/08/16
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO13:0015:00SW 128Teper, R./Hobson, N.
PSYC18H3Y - The Psychology of Emotion
Enrolment controls
Enrolment is restricted to students in the Specialist Co-op, Specialist and Major programs in Psychology, Mental Health Studies, Psychology and It's Applications. Shortly after 4:00 pm on Friday, April 8th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to students in the Minor program in Psychology.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH12:0014:00AC 223Teper, R.
PSYC85H3Y - History of Psychology
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment will be restricted to 3rd and 4th year students in the Specialist Co-op and Specialist Programs in Psychology, Mental Health Studies, Psycholinguistics and Cognitive Science. Shortly after 4:00pm Friday, April 8th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to students in the Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00SW 128Boudens, C.
PSYD15H3Y - Current Topics in Social Psychology
Enrolment controls
Enrolment in ALL PSY ‘D’ level courses will initially be restricted to 4th year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies. Students request the course on ROSI but will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted.

Starting shortly after 4:00 pm on Friday, April 8th, depending on the availability of space, D level PSY courses may open to 3rd year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies.

Students request the course on ROSI but will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted.Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved.(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).

NOTE: Only sign up for ONE PSY D level course if you are in the major and only sign up for TWO PSY D Level courses if you are in the specialist. You will be automatically removed if you sign up for more courses than permitted or don't meet the prerequisite requirements.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH09:0011:00MW 120Teper, R.Course Full. Will not open to to 3rd year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies. 04/08/16
LEC02MO11:0013:00BV 355Hobson, N.Course Full. Will not open to to 3rd year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies. 04/08/16
PSYD20H3Y - Current Topics in Developmental Psychology
Enrolment controls
PSYD20H3Y
Enrolment in ALL PSY ‘D’ level courses will initially be restricted to 4th year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies. Students request the course on ROSI but will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted.

Starting shortly after 4:00 pm on Friday, April 10th, depending on the availability of space, D level PSY courses may open to 3rd year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies. At this time, 4th year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Neuroscience may be able to request PSYD33.

Students request the course on ROSI but will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted.Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved.(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).

NOTE: Only sign up for ONE PSY D level course if you are in the major and only sign up for TWO PSY D Level courses if you are in the specialist.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30WE19:0021:00MW 223Schmuckler, M.Added 041216
PSYD31H3Y - Cultural-Clinical Psychology
Enrolment controls
Enrolment in ALL PSY ‘D’ level courses will initially be restricted to 4th year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies. Students request the course on ROSI but will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted.

Starting shortly after 4:00 pm on Friday, April 8th, depending on the availability of space, D level PSY courses may open to 3rd year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies.

Students request the course on ROSI but will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted.Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved.(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).

NOTE: Only sign up for ONE PSY D level course if you are in the major and only sign up for TWO PSY D Level courses if you are in the specialist. You will be automatically removed if you sign up for more courses than permitted or don't meet the prerequisite requirements.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU15:0017:00IC 320Dere, J.Course Full. Will not open to to 3rd year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies. 04/08/16
PSYD33H3Y - Current Topics in Abnormal Psychology
Enrolment controls
Enrolment in ALL PSY ‘D’ level courses will initially be restricted to 4th year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies. Students request the course on ROSI but will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted.

Starting shortly after 4:00 pm on Friday, April 8th, depending on the availability of space, D level PSY courses may open to 3rd year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies. At this time, 4th year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Neuroscience may be able to request PSYD33.

Students request the course on ROSI but will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted.Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved.(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).

NOTE: Only sign up for ONE PSY D level course if you are in the major and only sign up for TWO PSY D Level courses if you are in the specialist.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC02TU15:0017:00BV 363Nagy, A.
PSYD50H3Y - Current Topics in Memory and Cognition
Enrolment controls
Enrolment in ALL PSY ‘D’ level courses will initially be restricted to 4th year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies. Students request the course on ROSI but will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted.

Starting shortly after 4:00 pm on Friday, April 8th, depending on the availability of space, D level PSY courses may open to 3rd year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies.

Students request the course on ROSI but will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted.Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved.(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet).

NOTE: Only sign up for ONE PSY D level course if you are in the major and only sign up for TWO PSY D Level courses if you are in the specialist. You will be automatically removed if you sign up for more courses than permitted or don't meet the prerequisite requirements.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU09:0011:00SW 316Cree, G.Course Full. Will not open to to 3rd year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies. 04/08/16
LEC02TU13:0015:00SW 316Cree, G.Course Full. Will not open to to 3rd year students in the Specialist, Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology and Mental Health Studies. 04/08/16
SOCB05H3Y - Logic of Social Inquiry
Enrolment controls
Revised 04/05/16 Will be restricted to students in the Specialist or Major Programs in Sociology. Shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students with prerequisites for the course.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH11:0014:00MW 170Stuart, K.
TUT0002FR11:0012:00MW 223
TUT0003FR13:0014:00MW 223
TUT0004FR14:0015:00MW 223
SOCB42H3F - Classic Sociological Theory I
Enrolment controls
Revised 04/05/16 Will be restricted to students in the Specialist or Major Programs in Sociology. Shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students with prerequisites for the course.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0016:00SW 143ONeill, K.
TH14:0016:00SW 143ONeill, K.
TUT0001TU12:0013:00MW 110
TUT0002TU13:0014:00MW 110
TUT0003TU16:0017:00MW 110
SOCB43H3S - Classic Sociological Theory II
Enrolment controls
Will be restricted to students in the Specialist or Major Programs in Sociology. Shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 08th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students with prerequisites for the course.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0016:00MW 160ONeill, K.
TH14:0016:00MW 160ONeill, K.
TUT0001TU17:0018:00MW 264
TUT0002TU18:0019:00MW 264
SOCC46H3S - Special Topics in Sociology of Law
Enrolment controls
Revised 04/05/16 Will be restricted to students in the Specialist or Major Programs in Sociology. Shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students with prerequisites for the course.
Information
Topic: This course helps students critically examine the role of psychiatry and medicine in expanding the boundary between ’normality’ and ‘deviance’. This course will look at the rise of medicalization and pharmaceutical dominance and the methods of social control that used to mitigate risk and reduce social deviance within the psychiatric and criminal justice systems.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO11:0013:00MW 140Klassen, A.
WE11:0013:00MW 140Klassen, A.
SOCC52H3F - International Migration and Immigrant Incorporation
Enrolment controls
Revised 04/05/16 Will be restricted to students in the Specialist or Major Programs in Sociology. Shortly after 4:00pm on Friday, April 8th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to other students with prerequisites for the course.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU16:0018:00MW 160Villegas Jimenez, F.
TH16:0018:00MW 160Villegas Jimenez, F.
SOCC59H3S - Special Topics in Social Inequality
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00MW 130Added 04/27/16
WE15:0017:00MW 130Added 04/27/16
SOCD40H3Y - Supervised Independent Research in Sociology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Sociology Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
SOCD41H3Y - Supervised Independent Research in Sociology
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Sociology Office MW216
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
SOCD44H3S - Advanced Seminar on Issues in Contemporary Sociology
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU14:0016:00AC 260Villegas Jimenez, F.
TH14:0016:00AC 260Villegas Jimenez, F.
STAB22H3Y - Statistics I
Enrolment controls
Note: BBA students are no longer allowed to use STAB22 to fulfill program requirements. They will be restricted from taking STAB22. BBA students who have completed STAB22H3 after August 2012 ARE REQUIRED to take MGEB11H3 as EXTRA before enrolling themselves into MGEB12H3.
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 ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU16:0017:00IC 130Samarakoon, M.
TH16:0017:00IC 130Samarakoon, M.
TUT0001TU12:0013:00MW 223
TUT0002WE11:0012:00IC 208
TUT0003WE10:0011:00IC 208
TUT0004WE13:0014:00IC 320
TUT0005TH13:0014:00IC 212
TUT0006TH14:0015:00IC 212
TUT0007TH13:0014:00IC 320
TUT0008FR11:0012:00IC 200
TUT0009FR10:0011:00IC 200
STAB23H3Y - Introduction to Statistics for the Social 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 ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU13:0014:00IC 130Aslemand, A.
TH13:0014:00IC 130Aslemand, A.
TUT0001TH14:0015:00IC 320
TUT0002Cancelled 04/28/16
TUT0004TH11:0012:00SW 309
TUT0005TU12:0013:00IC 320
STAB52H3Y - An Introduction to Probability
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 ROSI. More information will be provided at the first class.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00SY 110Samarakoon, M.
TH11:0012:00SY 110Samarakoon, M.
TUT0001TU12:0013:00IC 212
TUT0002TU13:0014:00IC 230
TUT0003TH15:0016:00IC 208
TUT0004TH12:0013:00IC 212
TUT0005WE11:0012:00IC 200
TUT0006WE09:0010:00IC 208
TUT0007TU15:0016:00IC 204Added 04/19/16
STAD92H3Y - Readings in Statistics
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Statistics Office IC449
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
STAD94H3Y - Statistics Project
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Statistics Office IC449
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
VPAD14H3Y - Independent Studies in Arts Management
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Art Culture and Media Office HW411
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
VPMA68H3Y - Small Ensemble Ia
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment in VPMA68H3Y is by audition. An audition sign-up sheet will be posted on the instructor's office door: Room AA332
To be considered follow the steps below:
* Request the course on ROSI. Your status will be "INT".
* Attend an audition- normally held during the first week of classes.
* Decisions will be updated on ROSI beginning Monday, May 2nd.
Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet). If ROSI has not been updated contact the Instructor immediately.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0019:00AA 303Kingsbury, B.
VPMA69H3Y - Small Ensemble Ib
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment in VPMA69H3Y is by audition. An audition sign-up sheet will be posted on the instructor's office door: Room AA332
To be considered follow the steps below:
* Request the course on ROSI. Your status will be "INT".
* Attend an audition- normally held during the first week of classes.
* Decisions will be updated on ROSI beginning Monday, May 2nd.
Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet). If ROSI has not been updated contact the Instructor immediately.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0019:00AA 303Kingsbury, B.
VPMA93H3F - Listening to Music
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01MO15:0017:00AA 112Kingsbury, B./King, R.
WE15:0017:00AA 112Kingsbury, B./King, R.
LEC60Online CourseKing, R./Kingsbury, B.
VPMA95H3Y - Elementary Musicianship I
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0012:00AA 303
VPMB68H3Y - Small Ensemble IIa
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment in VPMB68H3Y is by audition. An audition sign-up sheet will be posted on the instructor's office door: Room AA332
To be considered follow the steps below:
* Request the course on ROSI. Your status will be "INT".
* Attend an audition- normally held during the first week of classes.
* Decisions will be updated on ROSI beginning Monday, May 2nd.
Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet). If ROSI has not been updated contact the Instructor immediately.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0019:00AA 303Kingsbury, B.
VPMB69H3Y - Small Ensemble IIb
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment in VPMB69H3Y is by audition. An audition sign-up sheet will be posted on the instructor's office door: Room AA332
To be considered follow the steps below:
* Request the course on ROSI. Your status will be "INT".
* Attend an audition- normally held during the first week of classes.
* Decisions will be updated on ROSI beginning Monday, May 2nd.
Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet). If ROSI has not been updated contact the Instructor immediately.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0019:00AA 303Kingsbury, B.
VPMB84H3Y - Music of the Worlds Peoples
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30Cancelled 04/29/16
VPMC68H3Y - Small Ensemble IIIa
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment in VPMC68H3Y is by audition. An audition sign-up sheet will be posted on the instructor's office door: Room AA332
To be considered follow the steps below:
* Request the course on ROSI. Your status will be "INT".
* Attend an audition- normally held during the first week of classes.
* Decisions will be updated on ROSI beginning Monday, May 2nd.
Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet). If ROSI has not been updated contact the Instructor immediately.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0019:00AA 303Kingsbury, B.
VPMC69H3Y - Small Ensemble IIIb
Enrolment controls
Course enrolment in VPMC69H3Y is by audition. An audition sign-up sheet will be posted on the instructor's office door: Room AA332
To be considered follow the steps below:
* Request the course on ROSI. Your status will be "INT".
* Attend an audition- normally held during the first week of classes.
* Decisions will be updated on ROSI beginning Monday, May 2nd.
Check your status through ROSI to see whether you have been approved.
(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet). If ROSI has not been updated contact the Instructor immediately.
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0019:00AA 303Kingsbury, B.
VPMC78H3S - Balinese Gamelan: Performance and Context
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TU10:0012:00AA 303Sanger, A.Replaces: VPMB78
TH10:0012:00AA 303Sanger, A.Replaces: VPMB78
VPMD80H3Y - Independent Study in Music
Enrolment controls
SUPERVISED STUDY/RESEARCH & INDEPENDENT STUDY COURSES
Step 1: Request the course on 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 ROSI from interim (INT) to approved (APP).
Art Culture and Media Office HW411
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FACULTY
VPSA61H3Y - Painting I
Enrolment controls
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 11th enrolment will be restricted to students in the Studio Specialist, Major and Minor programs, Art and Culture Specialist programs, Specialist Programs in Arts Management, Major (Joint) Program in New Media Studies and the Major Program in Media Studies. After 4:00pm on Monday, April 11th, enrolment will be open to all students who have the appropriate pre-requisites for the course(s).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0017:00AA 304Leach, A.
VPSA62H3Y - Foundation Studies in Studio
Enrolment controls
Note: Now Open to all students. 04/05/16 Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 11th enrolment will be restricted to students in the Studio Specialist, Major and Minor programs, Art and Culture Specialist programs, Specialist Programs in Arts Management, Major (Joint) Program in New Media Studies and the Major Program in Media Studies. After 4:00pm on Monday, April 11th, enrolment will be open to all students who have the appropriate pre-requisites for the course(s).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH14:0017:00AA 304Pivato, J. Now Open to all students. 04/05/16
VPSA70H3Y - Drawing I
Enrolment controls
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 11th enrolment will be restricted to students in the Studio Specialist, Major and Minor programs, Art and Culture Specialist programs, Specialist Programs in Arts Management, Major (Joint) Program in New Media Studies and the Major Program in Media Studies. After 4:00pm on Monday, April 11th, enrolment will be open to all students who have the appropriate pre-requisites for the course(s).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE10:0013:00AA 304Lyle, K.
VPSA74H3Y - Digital Studio I
Enrolment controls
Until 4:00pm on Monday, April 11th enrolment will be restricted to students in the Studio Specialist, Major and Minor programs, Art and Culture Specialist programs, Specialist Programs in Arts Management, Major (Joint) Program in New Media Studies and the Major Program in Media Studies. After 4:00pm on Monday, April 11th, enrolment will be open to all students who have the appropriate pre-requisites for the course(s).
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01TH10:0013:00BV 494Koroshegyi, A.
WSTA01H3Y - Introduction to Womens and Gender Studies
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE11:0013:00SW 143Milley, K.
TUT0001WE13:0014:00MW 140
TUT0002WE14:0015:00MW 140
TUT0003WE15:0016:00BV 363
TUT0004WE16:0017:00BV 363
WSTB06H3Y - Women in Diaspora
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01WE14:0016:00MW 160PATEL(NO UTORID), S.
WSTC40H3Y - Gender and Disability
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC30TU17:0019:00BV 355Johnston, N.

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