DAN Management and Organizational StudiesWestern Social Science

Fall 2015 Course Registration

Please be advised that Paper Add/Drop is no longer offered.  

All first term and full course adds must be completed ONLINE by September 18.  
Adding second term courses will resume later in September or early October.

Web Registration

Begins

Ends

4th Year BMOS Students June 22 - 25 August 21
3rd Year BMOS Students July 6 - 9 August 21
2nd Year BMOS Students July 14 - 17 August 21
1st Year (SAO) BMOS Students June 13 August 21
BMOS Special Students July 22 August 21
Priorities Lift July 24
Extended Web Registration * August 21 at 9:30am September 18
Non-BMOS Students**, Non-BMOS Special Students** and
Affiliated College Students***
Review Restrictions on Academic Timetable

* Extended Web Registration is available to students who have previously registered for courses and have paid their first installment of tuition or applied for OSAP by June 30, 2015.

** Non-BMOS Students and Non-BMOS Special Students on MAIN CAMPUS will be permitted to register in a maximum of 1.0 full or equivalent MOS course on Main Campus via Web Registration. No exceptions!  Review course restrictions carefully! 

***Affiliated College students should contact their Program Advisor to discuss course requirements if they are unable to enrol online.

Do I have to take MOS 1021A/B before 1023A/B? 

No, despite their sequential course numbers, these courses do not have to be taken in numerical order. You may chose to take them in reverse (ie: 1023A and 1021B) or you may take them in the same term (ie: 1021A and 1023A).

What if the course I want is full? 

If a MOS course is full, please keep trying to add it online.  We do not have wait lists for our courses.  
If you are in your final year, registered in BMOS on Main Campus, and a mandatory MOS course you require is full, please contact us for assistance.  

When is Paper Add/Drop? 

There is no Paper Add/Drop.  The last day to ADD first term and full courses is September 18

Where do I find information about Courses offered?

There are several resources students are expected to be familiar with: 
Academic Calendar - for course and program descriptions, and Academic regulations
Academic Timetable - for course availability, date, time, location and any restrictions
Program Website - for course checklists, course syllabi, etc.


The following list of courses will NOT be available to Non-MOS students under any circumstances: