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Course Timetable

The timetable changes constantly. Check regularly for updates.

Course Timetable Archive

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


Meeting Section

LEC - Lecture
TUT - Tutorial
PRA - Practical

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

F - September to December

Y - September to April

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

- Check for any course retrictions & instructions before enrolling.

- Additional information about a course.

Enrolment Controls

P = Priority. Some students are given priority access
R = Restricted. Course is restricted at all times for specific students
A = Approval. Departmental approval is required
E = Enrolment on ACORN is disabled. Students must enrol through the department * or combination of any above

2018 Fall / 2019 Winter Timetable

PSYD30H3S - Current Topics in Personality Psychology
Enrolment Control: ARP
Restricted to 4th year students in the Specialist Co-op, Specialist and Major Programs in Mental Health Studies and Neuroscience, and the Major Program in Psychology. Shortly after 3:00pm on Friday July 27th, if there is no waitlist, any remaining space may open to 3rd year students in these programs.

NOTE: Students in the Minor Program in Psychology are not eligible for enrollment in PSY D-level courses. You may only complete 0.5 PSY/NRO D-level credits if you are in a Major Program in Psychology, Mental Health Studies, or Neuroscience, and you may only complete 1.0 PSY/NRO D-level credits if you are a Specialist Program in Psychology, Mental Health Studies, or Neuroscience, or a Double Major in Psychology/Mental Health Studies and Neuroscience. You will be automatically refused from enrollment in any PSY/NRO D-levels beyond this limit. PSYD98 and NROD98 are excluded from this requirement. Please see the following website for more information:

Students request the course on ACORN but will not be officially enrolled until approval has been granted. Check your status through ACORN to see whether you have been approved.(APP = approval; REF = refused; INT = no decision yet)
Meeting SectionDay(s)Start(s)EndLocationInstructorNotes
LEC01FR11:0013:00SW 316Fournier, M.Full and closed to further enrolment. 19/07/18

Schedule effective 2018-09-20 12:50pm

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