For Students admitted Fall 2016
- For Students admitted Fall 2015
- For Students admitted Fall 2014 and Fall 2013
- For Students admitted Fall 2012, Fall 2011 and Fall 2010
- For Students admitted Fall 2009 or prior
Advising Contact Information
Tel.: (514) 398-6544 - Email
Frequently Asked Questions:
Where can I find help on how to use Minerva to register for courses?
When are my field experiences (dates)?
See the overviews above to find the semesters in which you should complete your field experiences. In addition, the start and end dates for all field experiences each year can be found on the Internships & Student Affairs website.
I've written an English exit exam already, do I need to register for EDEC 215?
Yes, the provincial government requires that all students in teacher education programs demonstrate their proficiency in the language of instruction. More information can be found on the Internships & Student Affairs website.
When do I need to start registering for courses?
Registration for courses for newly admitted students begins in June and ends a couple weeks after classes in the semester begin. A complete list of registration start and end dates can be found here.
What should I do if I'm having trouble registering for a course?
If you are getting an error such as 'program restriction' or 'reserve closed' when attempting to register for a course, first ensure that you are selecting the section designated for your program (if applicable: see the notes under the course in class schedule search on Minerva). If you are still having trouble, contact the department offering the course (Educational and Counseling Psychology for EDPE and EDPI courses, Linguistics for LING courses, English for ENGL courses, etc.). The calendar entry for the course will indicate the offering department.
If I am interested in taking French courses, where do I go to take the French Placement Test?
Information about French courses and the French Placement Test can be found on the French Language Centre website.
Program information is organized for three distinct groups: