It is highly recommended that students do not enroll in a course for which they do not have the pre-requisite. Pre-requisite checks can be conducted at any time of the year, and you may be removed from the course at any time. Courses that list a pre-requisite build on the material taught in that particular course, and enrolling in a higher level course without the adequate preparation can jeopardize your success.
All students enrolling in Hindi, Tamil, and Japanese at UTSC will be listed as INT (interim). During the first week of class, the instructor(s) will administer a survey/questionnaire, and based off the results, will decide who is suitable for the course, and who isn’t.
A large number of courses offered at UTSC have enrolment controls attached to them. These can be viewed on the Web Timetable (off of the Registrar’s Website) by clicking ‘enrolment control’ if one is listed for the course. Enrolment controls for courses vary. For instance, some courses will allow students in certain programs first preference, or students in certain years of study may be given first preference. It is important to familiarize yourself with any controls surrounding your course of interest. Enrolment controls are eventually lifted (warranting there is no waitlist) after a certain date giving all students the ability to add the course to their timetable.