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English Language Learning | Faculty Of Arts & Science

Course details and registration instructions are available below. Co-curricular Record (CCR) notations for on-site or synchronous online courses will be given to students who attend all but one day and complete the exercises. For asynchronous online courses, full attendance and writing completion are required for the CCR.

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COVID-19 – Undergraduate Student FAQs | Faculty of Arts ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Jan 19, 2022  · Changes to the course drop deadlines in Winter 2020 were made in light of the fact that course teaching and assessment moved online unexpectedly. For Summer 2020 courses, your decisions about whether to drop a course should be guided by the existing deadlines and policies.

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List of College Course Designators | Faculty of Arts & …

Posted: (52 years ago) College Course Codes/Designators: Some courses from Innis College, New College, St. Michael's College, Victoria College, and Woodsworth College have new course codes/designators based on their respective area of study. The chart below lists both the new and old course codes for these courses. If you are unable to find a course offered by a ...

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Course Timetables | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Timetables. There are two course enrolment periods each year: Fall/Winter and Summer. In addition to the course timetables, you will need to plan your courses and follow the instructions and guidelines for course enrolment. 2021-2022 …

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Course Evaluations | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) The University of Toronto requires that all courses, both undergraduate and graduate, be evaluated by students. The normal practice in Arts & Science is to utilize the University of Toronto’s centralized course evaluation framework and online delivery system. This framework provides a customizable course evaluation form that includes 8 core institutional questions …

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Credit/No Credit & Late Withdrawal | Faculty of Arts & …

Posted: (52 years ago) The CR/NCR option cannot be used for a course in which the student has committed an academic offence. If a student has specified the CR/NCR option in a course in which he or she commits an academic offence, the CR/NCR option will be revoked and the percentage grade will stand as the course grade. * Effective 2012 Summer session

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Petitions & Appeals | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) Petitions cannot address course-related issues such as a course’s organization, grading practices, late penalties or marking schemes. For course-related requests, see the Special Consideration Requests to Academic Department(s) section of the Academic Calendar.Other issues which cannot be addressed through petitions to the Faculty of Arts & Science include …

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Academic Dates & Deadlines | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) July 22, 2021. First day of Fall and Winter course enrolment for first-year students (fewer than 4.0 credits) July 29, 2021. Non-enrolment day. You cannot use ACORN to add, change, or drop courses. July 30, 2021. General enrolment period for Faculty of Arts & Science students begins. August 3, 2021. Non-enrolment day.

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Course Enrolment | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) Course enrolment is the process of adding the courses you plan to take over the next academic session in ACORN.Before you enrol in courses, it is a good idea to spend some time to plan your courses, check the delivery method of the courses, create a weekly schedule and understand the enrolment indicators and controls.You should also make sure you know how to use ACORN.

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Course Planning | Faculty of Arts & Science

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Fees & Refunds | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) Course fees: Fees assessed on a course by course basis. Course Fees are charged to students whose Course Load Count is 0.5 to 3.5 credits. When a course is added, the course fee is charged immediately. When you cancel courses, refunds for the cancelled courses are calculated based on the refund schedule. Summer Session Fees

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Research Opportunities Program | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) The Research Opportunities Program (ROP) gives second- and third-year Faculty of Arts & Science undergraduate students the chance to join an instructor’s research project and earn course credit towards their degree. Students learn research methods, get to know fellow students and share in the excitement and discovery of acquiring new knowledge.

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Transfer Credit | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) Transfer credit may be granted when a course from another accredited post-secondary institution is equivalent to a course in the Faculty of Arts & Science. If you have completed courses at another college or university, you may be able to receive credit for these courses to apply toward your degree in the Faculty of Arts & Science. You may also receive transfer credit for the

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Transfer Credit: Internal U of T Transfer | Faculty of ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Program requirements and course prerequisites: Any course from your first degree can be used to fulfill program requirements for your second degree, although the specific courses will not be awarded as transfer credit. You may also meet the prerequisite requirement for a course on the basis of courses completed in your first degree.

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Explore our Programs | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) Students have the option to use their elective course credits to complete additional majors or minors. Learn more about degree requirements in the Arts & Science Calendar. Some programs offer focuses – a special cluster of courses on a particular theme or topic that you can take in conjunction with a Specialist or Major.

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Academic Advising and Support | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) Academic Advising and Support. As an Arts & Science student, you have access to a wide range of academic advising and support services. In most cases, your College Registrar's Office is the best place to go for academic advice. See the breakdown below to find out where to go for answers, support and advice, and check the Undergraduate Student ...

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Academic Handbook for Instructors | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) The course syllabus has two dimensions: (i) it is essentially your “contract” with your students for the requirements in your course; (ii) it is the best place to put useful course-related information as the syllabus must be distributed in class and/or posted on your course website.

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Exam Conflicts | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) If your conflict is between an in-person exam and an online assessment, contact the course instructor for the online assessment. If you have a scheduling conflict between an Arts & Science exam or assessment and an exam in a course offered by another Faculty or division, please report this to your Faculty or Divisional Registrar's Office.

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Life Sciences - University of Toronto

Posted: (52 years ago) The recommended course load for full-time, first-year students is five courses per term. Your first year will comprise a mixture of courses for your intended program(s), small classroom options and electives. Your schedule will consist of a combination of lectures, labs and tutorials, depending on the courses you take. ...

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Programs for High School Students | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) The course offers additional online practice for students who are planning to write the IELTS test (academic). At the end of the course, students will be familiar with all aspects of the IELTS test and identify their areas of improvement. At the end of the course, students will receive a certificate of course completion.

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Exam & Assessment Schedule | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) Exam & Assessment Schedule. The December 2021 final assessment schedule for in-person final exams is posted below. The schedule for online assessments will be shared by instructors on Quercus or the course website. Final exam and assessment details will not be posted in ACORN.

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U of T Faculty of Arts and Science Summer 2021 Timetable

Posted: (52 years ago) R2 Restricted: Course/section is restricted to a group of students until a specific date, after which time another group of students is also able to enrol. Delivery Methods Visit the Course Planning page on the A&S website for additional delivery method and course planning details.

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Transfer Credit for International Baccalaureate (IB ...

Posted: (52 years ago) If a course/subject is not eligible for transfer credit, the weight will be listed as N/A. Subject Area/Breadth Requirement: Some courses may list a subject area such as “Lang & Lit”, which is an abbreviated description of the course content, in this case, language and literature.

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What research-based courses are there? - Arts & Science ...

Posted: (52 years ago) These courses allow you to get involved in research around a topic that your instructor assigns you or a topic of your choosing. These courses last anywhere from two weeks to a full year and you earn course credits for each course you take. Click on the programs to see a list of research courses that may be offered in that program.

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What is a breadth requirement? - Arts & Science - U of T

Posted: (52 years ago) A course’s breadth requirement category can be found following the course description in the Calendar for the year in which the course is taken. If a course has two breadth requirement categories listed, it will count for 0.5 credit in each of the two categories.

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First-Year Foundations Ones Programs | Faculty of Arts ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Together with your peers, professors and community leaders, you’ll participate in conversations about what it means to be a responsible global citizen in the 21st century. Eligibility: Faculty of Arts & Science (St. George) newly admitted first-year, full-time students. Enrol during July course selection. Contact: [email protected]

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How do I enrol in courses? - Arts & Science - U of T

Posted: (52 years ago) Any prerequisites or exclusions will be also listed in the course description. Make a list of courses you are interested in by referring to the 2021-22 Fall/Winter Timetable which provides details including course dates and times, and delivery method and instructions for each course.

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Courses - BMO LAB

Posted: (52 years ago) The course involved seminar presentations of readings from both the technical and artistic perspective, research papers, and group productions at the end of each term. The students developed, realized and performed scenes adapted from Shakespeare’s Tempest, integrating a variety of interactive technologies. Augusto Bitter rehearses his role ...

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Choosing Courses; Key to Course Descriptions - Faculty of ...

Posted: (52 years ago) The course number generally indicates the level of difficulty, e.g., a 100-series course normally indicates an introductory course, a 400-series course is an intensive course at the senior level. In some departments several courses may have the same general title; in these cases, the numbers are listed together, separated by

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Humanities Admission Category | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) How to prepare for admission into your program of study at the end of first year. Step 1: Search for your desired program of study (e.g. international relations) in the table below. Step 2: Find the high school subjec prerequisites for your desired program of study listed under Subject (s) Required in Addition to English.

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What does Credit/No Credit mean? - Arts & Science - U of T

Posted: (52 years ago) The credit/no credit (CR/NCR) option is available to degree students currently registered in the Faculty of Arts & Science. It was created to encourage students to expand their possible course choices to areas where they think they have interest, but may not be confident about how well they will do. With the CR/NCR option, course results don ...

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Faculty Profile: Sadia Sharmin | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) Sadia Sharmin is an assistant professor, teaching stream in the Department of Computer Science. She received her PhD from the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Most recently, Sharmin taught computer science as a lecturer and assistant professor at the University of Toronto's Mississauga campus, beginning in ...

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Social Sciences Admission Category - Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) Step 1: Search for your desired program of study (e.g. economics) in the table below Step 2: Find the high school subject prerequisites for your desired program of study listed under Subject(s) Required in Addition to English Step 3: These prerequisites subjects allow you to enroll in introductory first year courses needed for your program of study selection at the end of first …

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Life Sciences Admission Category | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) Life sciences students will learn to apply methods of scientific inquiry to study living matter, health, medicine and illness. The study of health sciences and life sciences helps students to understand and analyze the behaviour of the human body and those of other organisms.

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Transfer Credit for Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations ...

Posted: (52 years ago) If a course/subject is not eligible for transfer credit, the weight will be listed as N/A. Subject Area/Breadth Requirement: Some courses may list a subject area such as “Lang & Lit”, which is an abbreviated description of the course content, in this case, language and literature.

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GGR Geography Courses

Posted: (52 years ago) The course examines the evidence for environmental injustice from a spatial perspective of race, class, and gender; reviews justice arguments in environmental advocacy discourses, and considers policy for prevention, mediation, and retribution. Prerequisite: Three environmental courses This is a Social Science course

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Transfer Students | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) Transfer Credit. The Faculty of Arts & Science will generally accept academic credits from other recognized post-secondary institutions where course content is equivalent to a course at the Faculty of Arts & Science. The transfer credit assessment is mandatory for all students transferring from outside the University of Toronto.

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International Baccalaureate (IB) | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) If you have taken any IB HL subjects, you are eligible to receive transfer credits for first-year course equivalents for Higher Level (HL) subjects where a final grade of at least 5 is achieved. No transfer credit is awarded for Standard Level (SL) exams.

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Explore the universe from home with free, online astronomy ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Mar 31, 2020  · A new series of free, online astronomy courses is set to blast families into outer space. Discover the Universe (DU) and the Faculty of Arts & Science’s Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics are partners in offering free educational resources for elementary and secondary teachers across Canada. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, DU ...

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What do my grades mean? - Arts & Science - U of T

Posted: (52 years ago) To see how your final mark in a course translates into a letter grade and an equivalent grade point value, see the table below. Your Grade Point Average (GPA) indicates the range in which your official mark falls. For example, you will receive a 4.0 GPA for a course if your mark falls between 85 and 100.

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Research Opportunities Program | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) The Research Opportunities Program (ROP) offers faculty members the chance to engage second- and third-year Faculty of Arts & Science (A&S) undergraduate students in research projects. Through this program, faculty members gain valuable research assistance and support, and students develop research skills while earning course credit.

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Admission Categories | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) With more than 330 academic program choices, our programs are categorized into six admission categories. Students applying to the Faculty of Arts & Science must choose one admission category on their application, identifying the area of study they want to pursue. At the end of first year, students choose a program of study, or a combination of ...

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Physical & Mathematical Sciences Admission Category ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Students in physical and mathematical sciences investigate the natural laws and processes of non-living matter. From the high-tech world of quantum optics and biophysics to the intricate problems of black holes and chaotic dynamics, our programs will introduce you to the research and issues that impact the world around us.

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Graduation | Faculty of Arts & Science

Posted: (52 years ago) Order a graduation confirmation letter from the Faculty of Arts & Science (see above). A graduation confirmation letter will show when your degree was conferred, your degree type, and the programs you completed. The Office of the Faculty Registrar can send your graduation letter directly to a third party if needed.

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Step 3: Enrol in Courses

Posted: (52 years ago) Click on Enrol & Manage and select the session you would like to enrol in (ie 2022-2023 Fall/Winter). Add courses to your enrolment cart by using the search field. Click on the course and the sections you would like to enrol in, and click “Enrol”. If you successfully enrol, your course will be listed under your “Currently Enrolled” courses.

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SLA 108Y Elementary Ukrainian - University of Toronto

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Description SLA 108, Elementary Ukrainian is an introductory level language course.The course is open to students with extremely little or no knowledge of the language. If you were born in Ukraine or you attended Saturday Ukrainian School courses in North America, you should normally enroll in a more advanced course.

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