Course Selection Information - Winter 20
The Course Selection period for the Winter 2020 semester will begin on November 4, 2019 according to the number of credits completed and in progress.
WebAdvisor will not be available on the following dates and times due to scheduled maintenance:
8:00 a.m. on Monday, December 2 through to 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, December 3, 2019.
Winter 20 classes begin on Monday, January 6, 2020.
Please note that the information on this page is tentative, and may change often as updates are received. Monitor this page regularly for information regarding course restrictions, additions, deletions and special registration instructions.
(page last updated October 2, 2019)
If you find that all sections of a required course for your major are full when your Course Selection window first opens, please just continue to monitor WebAdvisor. Occasionally, a course may fill up unexpectedly (especially overnight) and it may take a few hours before additional spaces are made available. If all course selection windows have opened, and you are still unable to create a conflict-free scheduled of your required courses, please contact the B.Sc. Academic Counselling Centre for advice.
Information on specific courses that may be full will be posted as it becomes available.
Approval for Credit Overloads (for students wishing to register for more than 2.75 credits) will only be considered for approval by the B.Sc. Academic Counselling Centre beginning November 25, 2019 pending space availability.
Information on new courses will be posted as it becomes available.
Plant Science (PLSC) - New students (those admitted for Fall 19) were scheduled to take ENGL 1030 in Semester 1, however the course was not available. PLSC student will now take ENGL 1030 in Semester 2 (Winter 20).
Human Anatomy - Students registered in the Fall 19 Human Anatomy courses (HK 3401 or HK 3501) are able to register in the corresponding Winter 20 course (HK 3402 or HK 3502) using WebAdvisor. No waivers are required.
Notice Regarding Restrictions on First Year Courses. A number of first year (1000 level) courses may put a restriction in place that will only allow first year students to register. This is to ensure that sufficient space remains available for new students, since their Course Selection Window opens at the last available slot. These restrictions are put in place at the discretion of the department that offers the course. Not all first year courses are restricted, but please review the information below, and on the Registrar's Office website for First Year Restrictions, for further details. The individual departments will determine if a first year restriction will be lifted.
Please see the Course Description section of the Undergraduate Calendar for courses that have permanent restrictions listed.
Additional restrictions and updates will be posted as information becomes available.
PSYC 4580 will not be offered in the F19 semester.
ANSC 2330 has been cancelled. ABIO majors will be able to register for a similar course, EQN 2040, offered in the Winter semester.
CROP 3340 will not be offered in the F19 semester, but will be offered in Winter 20.
ENGL 1030 - The School of English and Theatre Studies has confirmed that ENGL 1030 will not be offered in Fall 19, but will be offered in Winter 20.
HORT 3310 is listed as a Fall course offering in the Undergraduate Calendar, but will be offered in the Winter semester.
Please note that CHEM 3750 (Organic Chemistry II) will **not** be offered in the Summer 2020 semester.
PBC students - For Fall 19, PSYC 4540 has been approved as a Science restricted elective. For the Winter 19 semester, PSYC 4540, and PSYC 4580 are approved as Science restricted electives for PBC students. For the Fall 18 semester, PSYC 4540 and PSYC 4580 are approved as a Science restricted electives for all PBC students. For the Winter 18 semester, PSYC 4540 and PSYC 4580 are approved as a Science restricted electives for all PBC students. For the Fall 17 semester, PSYC 4540, PSYC 4570 and PSYC 4580 are approved as Science restricted electives for all PBC students.
For past updates that apply to specific B.Sc. majors or minors, please contact your B.Sc. Program Counsellor.