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Restricted courses outside the Faculty of Science

Course restrictions 2013-2014

General policy

While all courses offered at McGill have academic merit, not all are appropriate for credit towards the B.Sc. degree. Science students should consult the Science section of the eCalendar for the regulations governing which courses are open to them.

Unfortunately, Minerva does not know about all the rules, so it is mechanically possible for a student to register for any number of courses that are not open to them. Eventually, these courses will be identified on students' records and flagged for no credit. In some cases, this may happen when records are verified just before graduation, which could delay graduation until appropriate courses are taken.

List of specific approvals and restrictions

Students in the Faculty of Science should consult the statement of regulations for taking courses outside the Faculties of Arts and of Science in the eCalendar. The rules may change from year to year. Restrictions and approvals are applicable to the current academic year and should not be interpreted as applicable either in the past or in the future.

Students may take courses on the approved list below and may not, under any circumstances, take courses on the not-approved list for credit toward their BSc. Requests for permission to take courses that are not on either list should be addressed to the Director, Advising Services.

Please note that credit for statistics courses offered by faculties other than Arts and Science requires the permission of the Director, Advising Services (SOUSA). Rules regarding statistics courses are clearly indicated in the eCalendar,

Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

If a course does not appear on the following list(s), you must obtain permission from the Director, Advising Services, Faculty of Science before registering for it.

Approved

AEBI 421 Trop. Horticultural Ecology
AEBI 423 Sustainable Land Use
AEBI 425 Tropical Energy and Food
AEBI 427 Barbados Interdisc Project
AEHM 330 Academic & Scientific Writing
AEMA 310 Statistical Methods 1
AEMA 305 Differential Equations (see NOTE 1)
AGEC 231 Econ Systems of Agriculture
AGEC 330 Agriculture and Food Markets
AGEC 442 Econ of Int\'l Agric Dvlpmnt
AGRI 210 Agro-Ecological History
AGRI 215 Agro-Ecosystems Field Course
AGRI 325 Sustainable Agr&Food Security
AGRI 340 Princ of Ecological Agricult
AGRI 341 course description not available
AGRI 411 Global Issues on Dev, Food&Agr
AGRI 413 course description not available
AGRI 435 Soil & Water Quality Mgmt
AGRI 452 Water Resources in Barbados
AGRI 519 Sustainable Development Plans
AGRI 550 Sustained Tropical Agriculture
ANSC 234 Biochemistry 2 (see NOTE 1)
ANSC 251 Comparative Anatomy
ANSC 330 Fundamentals of Nutrition
ANSC 552 Protein Metabolism&Nutrition
ANSC 560 Biology of Lactation
BREE 217 Hydrology and Water Resources
BREE 301 Biothermodynamics (seeNOTE 1)
CELL 500 course description not available
CELL 501 course description not available
ENTO 350 Insect Biology and Control (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science. Students may notreceive credit for both ENTO 350 and BIOL 350)
ENTO 352 Biocontrol of Pest Insects
ENTO 440 Insect Diversity
ENTO 535 Aquatic Entomology
ENVB 222 St. Lawrence Ecosystems
ENVB 315 Science of Inland Waters (Credit will not be given for both ENVB 315 and BIOL 432)
ENVB 410 Ecosystem Ecology
FDSC 200 Introduction to Food Science
FDSC 230 Organic Chemistry (Credit will not be given for both FDSC 230 and CHEM 212)
FDSC 251 Food Chemistry 1
MICR 450 Environmental Microbiology
NRSC 201 course description not available
NRSC 300 course description not available
NRSC 315 course description not available (Credit will not be given for both NRSC 315 and BIOL 432)
NRSC 333 Pollution and Bioremediation
NRSC 340 Global Perspectives on Food
NRSC 437 course description not available
NRSC 405 Natural History of East Africa
NRSC 451 Res in Ecol&Develop in Africa (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science, and is cross listed with BIOL 451)
NUTR 301 Psychology (Note: credit will not be given for both NUTR 301 and PSYC 100)
NUTR 307 Human Nutrition (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science.)
NUTR 337 Nutrition Through Life
NUTR 341 Global Food Security
NUTR 361 Environmental Toxicology
NUTR 403 Nutrition in Society
NUTR 406 Ecology of Human Nutrition
NUTR 420 course description not available
NUTR 436 Nutritional Assessment
NUTR 450 Research Meth: Human Nutrition
NUTR 451 course description not available
NUTR 501 Nutrition in Dev Countries
NUTR 512 Herbs, Foods&Phytochemicals
PARA 515 Water, Health and Sanitation 
PARA 410 Environment and Infection
PLNT 300 Cropping Systems
PLNT 304 Biology of Fungi
PLNT 305 Plant Pathology
PLNT 310 Plant Propagation
PLNT 312 Urban Horticulture
PLNT 331 Grains and Biofuel Crops
PLNT 353 Plant Structure and Function
PLNT 358 Flowering Plant Diversity
PLNT 361 course description not available
PLNT 424 course description not available
PLNT 434 Weed Biology and Control
PLNT 458 course description not available
PLNT 460 Plant Ecology
PLNT 525 course description not available
PLNT 535 course description not available
SOIL 200 course description not available
SOIL 210 Principles of Soil Science
SOIL 315 Soil Nutrient Management
SOIL 335 course description not available
WILD 200 course description not available
WILD 205 course description not available
WILD 212 course description not available
WILD 302 Fish Ecology
WILD 307 Natural History of Vertebrates
WILD 311 Ethology
WILD 313 course description not available
WILD 350 Mammalogy
WILD 375 Issues:Environmental Sciences
WILD 410 course description not available
WILD 415 Conservation Law
WILD 420 Ornithology
WILD 421 Wildlife Conservation
WILD 424 Parasitology (Credit will not be given for both WILD 424 and MIMM 413)
WILD 429 Omithology
WOOD 410 course description not available
WOOD 441 Integrated Forest Management

Not approved

Note: Professional practice and techniques courses are normally closed to science students.
Note: Many Agricultural and Environmental Sciences courses may have substantial overlap with science courses. See Course Overlap Restrictions.

ABEN 251 Microcomputer Applications
ABEN 252 Structured Computer Programming
AEBI 210 Organisms 1
AEBI 211 Organisms 2
AEBI 212 Evolution and Phylogeny
AEBI 306 Experiments in Biotechnology (not open to students in Biological Sciences, write for permission)
AEFR 306 Français Fonctionnel - Aliment et Nutrition
AEFR 307 Français Fonctionnel - Agriculture
AEHM 205 Science Literacy
AGEC 242 Management Theories and Practices
AGRI 195 Freshman Seminar 1
AGRI 196 Freshman Seminar 2
AGRI 482 Special Topics 3
ANSC 250 Principles of Animal Science
ANSC 565 Applied Information Systems
BREE 314 Agricultural Structures
CELL 204 Genetics (not open to students in Biological Sciences, write for permission)
ENVB 301 Meteorology
ENVB 305 Population & Community Ecology
ENVB 415 Ecosystem Management
EXTM 300
Communication - extension methods
LSCI 211/FDSC 211 Biochemistry 1
LSCI 230 Introductory Microbiology
NRSC 350 Biological Illustration I - approved only for students in Biology department programs AND in McGill School of Environment (MSE) (Biodiversity and Conservation Domain)
NRSC 351 Biological Illustration II
NUTR 200 Contemporary Nutrition
NUTR 207 Nutrition and Health (closed to students in biology and biomedical programs)
NUTR 214 Food Fundamentals
NUTR 217 Application of Food Fundamentals
NUTR 322 Applied Sciences Communication
NUTR 430 Directed Studies in Dietetics/Nutrition I (write for permission)
NUTR 431 Directed Studies in Dietetics/Nutrition II (write for permission)
PLNT 201 Comparative Plant Biology (not open to students in Biological Sciences, write for permission)
PLNT 211 Principles of Plant Science (not open to students in Biological Sciences, write for permission)
PLNT 221 Introduction to Fungi
PLNT 321 Fruit Producation
PLNT 322 Greenhouse Management
PLNT 341 Horticulture - the Alliums
PLNT 342 Horticulture - Cole Crops
PLNT 343 Horticulture - Root Crops
PLNT 344 Horticulture - Salad Crops
PLNT 345 Horticulture: Solanaceous Crops
PLNT 348 The Brassicas
PLNT 421 Landscape Plant Materials
PLNT 450 Special Topics: Plant Science
PLNT 451 Special Topics: Plant Science 2
SOIL 342 course description not available

Centre for Continuing Education

Only Continuing Education courses listed as Approved may be taken for credit. All others are not approved for credit.

CCE Education - see Faculty of Education

CCE Languages - approved

RELG 250D1 course description not available
RELG 359D1 course description not available
RUSS 235D1 course description not available
RUSS 236 course description not available
RUSS 255D1 course description not available
RUSS 345D1 course description not available

CCE Management - approved

A student may receive credit for any of the Management courses offered through Continuing Education except those which are listed on the NOT APPROVED or WRITE lists.

CCE Management - not approved

INSY 331 Information Systems Technology
INSY 332 Computer Based Information Systems
INSY 334 Business Programming Development
INSY 432 Information Systems Administration - write
INSY 434 Advanced Topics - write
INSY 436 Telecommunications Management
INSY 437 Data and Database Management
INSY 438 Application Development Tools - write
MGCR 331 Information Systems (Not approved for students who took the course prior to Fall 2007)

CCE McGill Writing Centre (MWC) - approved

  • CEAP 250 Research Essay & Rhetoric (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science)
  • CESL 150 English as a Second Language (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science)
  • CESL 200 ESL: Academic English 1 (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science)
  • CESL 299 ESL: Academic English Seminar (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science)
  • CESL 300 ESL: Academic English 2 (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science)
  • CESL 400 ESL: Essay & Critical Thinking (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science)
  • CESL 500 ESL: Research Essay & Rhetoric (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science)

CCE McGill Writing Centre (MWC) - not approved

    All MWC courses not listed on the above Approved list are not approved for credit.

CCE Nursing - approved

HSEL 308 Issues in Women\'s Health (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science)
HSEL 309 Women\'s Reproductive Health (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science. Not open to students who completed Current Issues in Women's Health (HSEL 308) prior to September 1997)

CCE Science - approved

CHEM 180 World of Chem: Environment (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science)
CHEM 181 World of Chem: Food (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science)
CHEM 182 World of Chem: Technology (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science)
CHEM 183 World of Chem: Drugs (Note: It is NOT considered to be a course outside of Arts and Science)

CCE Sociology - approved

SOCI 217 course description not available

CCE Women's Studies - approved

EDER 410 Women in Higher Education

CCE - not approved

CCOM 206 COMMUNICATION IN ENGINEERING
CAC1 XXX
ACCOUNTANCY
CAC2 XXX ACCOUNTING
CACC XXX ACCOUNTANCY
CARA XXX ARABIC
CARC XXX ARCHAEOLOGY
CARM XXX ARMENIAN
CART XXX ART HISTORY
CBNK XXX BANKING
CBU2 XXX BUSINESS
CBUS XXX BUSINESS
CCA2 XXX COMMUNICATION ARTS
CCAR XXX COMMUNICATION ARTS
CCAU XXX CA AUDITING
CCCS XXX COMPUTER SCIENCE
CCFC XXX CA FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
CCHI XXX CHINESE
CCLW XXX CA LAW
CCMA XXX CA MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
CCP1 XXX CA PROG-1ST LEVEL
CCP2 XXX CA PROG-2ND LEVEL
CCP3 XXX CA PROG-3RD LEVEL
CCPL XXX CA POLICY
CCPR XXX CA PRACTICE
CCRO XXX CROATOSERBIAN
CCS2 XXX COMPUTER SCIENCE
CCTR XXX CERTIFICATE IN TRANSLATION
CCTX XXX CA TAX
CEC1 XXX ECONOMICS
CEC2 XXX ECONOMICS
CEFR XXX ENGLISH AND FRENCH
CEGL XXX ENGLISH
CENG XXX ENGINEERING
CESC XXX SCIENCE
CFIN XXX FINANCE
CFRN XXX FRENCH
CGER XXX GERMAN
CGMG XXX GENERAL MANAGEMENT
CGRK XXX GREEK
CHLC XXX HEALTH CARE
CHUM XXX HUMANITIES
CHUN XXX HUNGARIAN
CITL XXX ITALIAN
CJAP XXX JAPANESE
CKOR XXX KOREAN
CLMR XXX LABOUR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS
CLNG XXX LANGUAGES
CLTR XXX LITERATURE
CMIS XXX MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
CMR2 XXX MARKETING
CMRK XXX MARKETING
CMS2 XXX MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
CMSC XXX MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
CMUA XXX MUSIC APPRECIATION
CNUR XXX NURSING
COCP XXX OCCUPATIONAL PREPARATION
COR2 XXX ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
CORG XXX ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
CPCA XXX PRE-CA EXAM SS
CPD2 XXX PROFESSIONAL DEVEL
CPD3 XXX PROFESSIONAL DEVEL
CPD4 XXX PROFESSIONAL DEVEL
CPD5 XXX PROFESSIONAL DEVEL
CPDV XXX PROFESSIONAL DEVEL
CPL2 XXX POLICY
CPLY XXX POLICY
CPOL XXX POLISH
CPRL XXX PUBLIC RELATIONS
CPRT XXX PORTUGUESE
CRLE XXX REAL ESTATE
CRUS XXX RUSSIAN
CSPN XXX SPANISH
CSS2 XXX SOCIAL SCIENCES
CSSC XXX SOCIAL SCIENCES
CSW2 XXX SOCIAL WORK
CTOU XXX TOURISM
CTPT XXX TRANSPORTATION
CTRN XXX TRANSLATION
CTXT XXX TEXTILE

Faculty of Education

If a course does not appear on the following list(s), you must obtain permission from the Director, Advising Services, Faculty of Science before registering for it.

Approved

EDEC 233 First Nations&Inuit Education
EDEC 247 Policy Issues in Quebec Educ
EDEC 248 Multicultural Education
EDEC 249 Global Ed. and Social Justice
EDEC 260 Philosophical Foundations
EDEC 261 Philosophy of Catholic Ed.
EDEC 262 Media, Tech. and Education
EDEC 300 Special Topics 1 (see NOTE 1)
EDEC 301 Special Topics 2 (see NOTE 1)
EDEM 220 Contemporary Issues in Ed.
EDER 209 Search for Authenticity
EDER 250 L. and T. the J Way of Life
EDER 309 The Religious Quest
EDER 324 course description not available
EDER 394 Philosophy of God
EDER 396 course description not available
EDER 406 course description not available
EDER 409 course description not available
EDER 410 Women in Higher Education
EDER 461 Society and Change
EDER 464 course description not available
EDER 491 course description not available
EDER 494 Ethics in Practice
EDER 499 Seminar on Women's Studies II
EDES 201 course description not available (requires permission from Faculty of Education)
EDES 335 Teaching Secondary Science 1 (approved only for students who complete the Minor in Education for Science students)
EDES 353 Teaching Sec. Mathematics 1 (approved only for students who complete the Minor in Education for Science students)
EDES 365 Experiences in Communications
EDES 366 Literature for Young Adults
EDKP 206 Biomechanics of Human Movement
EDKP 261 Motor Development
EDKP 303 course description not available (ANAT 214 is pre-requisite)
EDKP 330 Physical Activity and Health
EDKP 393 Skill Learning and Expertise (approved for Minor in Kinesiology)
EDKP 394 Historical Perspectives
EDKP 395 Exercise Physiology
EDKP 405 Sport in Society
EDKP 444 Ergonomics (ANAT 214 is pre-requisite)
EDKP 445 Exercise Metabolism
EDKP 446 Physical Activity and Ageing
EDKP 447 Motor Control (ANAT 214 is pre-requisite)
EDKP 448 Exercise and Health Psychology
EDKP 449 Exercise Pathophysiology 2
EDKP 485 Exercise Pathophysiology 1
EDKP 492 course description not available
EDKP 498 Sport Psychology
EDKP 505 course description not available
EDKP 542 Environmental Exercise Physiol
EDKP 566 Advanced Biomechanics Theory
EDPC 510 Family Life Education&Marriage
EDPC 540 Foundation Family Life Educ.
EDPC 562 Career Education and Guidance
EDPE 300 Educational Psychology
EDPE 304 Measurement and Evaluation (approved only for students who complete the Minor in Education for Science students)
EDPE 335 Instructional Psychology
EDPE 355 Cognition and Education
EDPE 377 Adolescence and Education
EDPE 515 Gender Identity Development
EDPE 555 Intro. to Learning Sciences
EDPE 560 Human Development
EDPI 309 Diverse Learners
EDPI 526 Talented and Gifted Students (provided students do a term paper for the major project)

Not approved

EDEA XXX None allowed
EDEC must write; see APPROVED list
EDEC 202: Effective Communication Faculty of Education
EDEC 203: Effective Communication Faculty of Education
EDEC 204: Communication in Social Work
EDEC 205: Communication in Management
EDEC 206: Communication in Engineering
EDEC 302 Language and Learning - Curriculum
EDEC 305 Communications for Management II
EDEC 310 Kindergarten/Elementary Curriculum
EDEC 402 Media, Technology and Education (see NOTE 2)
EDEC 410 Multicultured/Multiracial Class (see NOTE 2)
EDEC 500 Tutoring Writing: Theory and Practice
EDEE XXX None allowed
EDEM 405 Policy Issues in Quebec Education (see NOTE 2)
EDEM 450 Curriculum Alternatievs: Great Teaching in an Alternative Education Setting
EDER 208 Philosophy of Human Nature
EDER 252 Understanding and Teaching Jewish Living
EDER 332 Guiding the Religious Response - Elem.
EDER 473 Living with Insight
EDES XXX None allowed
EDET XXX None allowed
EDFE XXX None allowed
EDKP XXX ANY Physical Education course, such as Basketball, Wrestling, Rugby, Weight Training, etc.
EDKP 201 Fitness Leadership
EDKP 205 Structural Anatomy 
EDKP 211 First Aid
EDKP 225 Golf
EDKP 231 Martial Arts
EDKP 292 Nutrition and Wellness (students should take NUTR 307 instead; students with little background in Biology and Chemistry must write to the Associate Dean)
EDKP 311 Athletic Injuries
EDKP 312 Aquatics
EDKP 331 Homeostatic Physiology
EDKP 391 Ergo-physiology (approved for students in Minor in Kinesiology)
EDKP 393 Skill Learning and Expertise (approved for students who are registered in the Minor in Kinesiology)
EDKP 396 Adapted Physical Activity (approved for students who are registered in the Minor in Kinesiology)
EDKP 485 Exercise in Chronic Health Conditions (approved for students in Minor in Kinesiology)
EDKP 492 Psychology of Motor Performance (replaced by EDKP 393 - approved for Minor in Kinesiology)
EDKP 495 Scientific Principles of Training (approved for students in Minor in Kinesiology)
EDKP 496 Adapted Physical Activity (approved for students in Minor in Kinesiology)
EDKP 550 Analyzing Instructional Behaviors
EDKP 553 Physiological Assessment in Sport
EDKP 568 Biomechanics Instruments
EDPC 501 Principles of Helping Rel.
EDPC 502 Group Processes and Individuals
EDPC 503 Human Sexuality: Profesionals
EDPC 504 Practicum in Interviewing Skills
EDPC 505 Crisis/Trauma Intervention Processes
EDPC 508 Special Topics: Foundations of Family Life Education
EDPC 608 Group Counselling: Theory
EDPC 624 Group Counselling: Practice
EDPE 208 Personality and Social Development
EDPE 214 Child Development
EDPE 306 Values and Moral Education
EDPE 320 Adult Learning and Teaching
EDPE 394 Cognitive Development
EDPE 396 The Nature of Intelligence
EDPE 535 Instructional Design
EDPE 575 Educational Measurement
EDPE 596 Seminar in Special Topics
EDPI 211 Social & Emotional Development
EDPI 212 Perceptual Motor Development
EDPI 344 Assessment for Instruction
EDPI 440 Cog. & Psychomotor Prob. of Except. Chil.
EDPI 441 Behavioral Problems of Except. Chil.
EDPI 442 Psychology & Learning Problems
EDPI 527 Creativity and its Cultivation
EDPI 536 Practicum in Gifted Education I
EDPI 537 Practicum in the Gifted II
EDPI 539 Field Work I: Exceptional Students
EDPI 540 Field Work II: Exceptional Students
EDPI 543 Family, School and Community
EDPT XXX None allowed
EDSL XXX None allowed

Faculty of Engineering

If a course does not appear on the following list(s), you must obtain permission from the Director, Advising Services, Faculty of Science before registering for it.

Approved

ARCH 250 Architectural History 1
ARCH 251 Architectural History 2
ARCH 252 course description not available
ARCH 253 course description not available
ARCH 377 Energy, Environment&Buildings
ARCH 385 course description not available
ARCH 515 Sustainable Design (see NOTE 1)
ARCH 522 course description not available
ARCH 523 Significant Texts & Buildings
ARCH 524 course description not available
ARCH 528 History of Housing
ARCH 529 Housing Theory
ARCH 536 Heritage Conservation
ARCH 541 Sel Topics in Architecture 2 (Must write to the Director, Advising Services, Faculty of Science.)
CHEE 200 Chem Engineering Principles 1
CHEE 204 Chem Engineering Principles 2
CHEE 230 Envrnmntl Aspects of Technol
CHEE 291 Instrumentation&Measurement 1
CHEE 474 Biochemical Engineering 
CIVE 205 Statics
CIVE 323 Hydrology and Water Resources
CIVE 452 Water Resources in Barbados
CIVE 519 Sustainable Development Plans
CIVE 550 Water Resources Management
ECSE 200 Electric Circuits 1
ECSE 210 Electric Circuits 2
ECSE 221 Intro to Computer Engineering (Credit will not be given for both ECSE 221 and COMP 273)
ECSE 321 Intro. to Software Engineering
ECSE 424 Human-Computer Interaction (see NOTE 1)
ECSE 427 Operating Systems
ECSE 429 Software Validation
ECSE 495 course description not available
ECSE 507 Optimization & Optimal Control
ECSE 526 Artificial Intelligence (see NOTE 1)
MIME 260 Materials Science&Engineering
MIME 262 Prop.Materials in Elec. Eng.
MIME 308 Social Impact of Technology
MIME 310 course description not available
MIME 320 Extraction of Energy Resources
MIME 325 Mineral Industry Economics
MIME 329 Mining Geology
URBP 201 Planning the 21st Century City
URBP 506 Envrnmntl Policy and Planning
URBP 507 Planning and Infrastructure
URBP 506 Envrnmntl Policy and Planning
URBP 519 Sustainable Development Plans
URBP 520 Globaliz: Planning & Change

Not approved

ARCH XXX generally not allowed with exceptions noted on APPROVED list.
CHEE 231 Data Anal & Design of Exp
CHEE 370 Elements of Biotechnology
CIVE 229 Surveying
ECSE 443 Introduction to Numerical Methods in Electrical Engineering
ECSE 508 Multi-Agent Systems (see NOTE 1)
FACC 220 Law for Architects and Engineers
FACC 221 Engineering Professional Practice
MECH 201 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
MECH 260 Machine Tool Lab
MECH 289 Design Graphics
MECH 553 Design and Manufacturing of Microdevices
MIME 221 Engineering Professional Practice
Note: Many Engineering courses may have substantial overlap with science courses. See Course Overlap Restrictions.

Desautels Faculty of Management

All regular Management courses are approved with the exceptions listed below:

Not approved:

ORGB 423 Human Resource Management
ORGB 429 OB for Course Counsellors
ORGB 434 Topics in Organizational Behaviour 1

Statistics courses require the permission of the Director, Advising Services.

Computer and Information Systems courses are generally not approved for Science students; see list below.

INSY XXX None allowed

MGCR 331 Information Systems is approved for students enrolled in the course in Fall 2007 and in subsequent terms. It is not approved for students who were enrolled in the course before Fall 2007.

 

Schulich School of Music

If a course does not appear on the following list(s), you must obtain permission from the Director, Advising Services, Faculty of Science before registering for it.

Approved

MUHL XXX
MUMT 201 Intro to Music Technologies
MUMT 202 Fundamentals of New Media
MUMT 230 course description not available
MUMT 250 Music Perception and Cognition
MUMT 301 Music and the Internet
MUMT 302 New Media Production 1 (Approved only for students who complete the minor in Musical Applications of Technology)
MUMT 303 New Media Production 2 (Approved only for students who complete the minor in Musical Applications of Technology)
MUMT 306 Music & Audio Computing 1
MUMT 307 Music & Audio Computing 2
MUMT 402 Adv Multimedia Development
MUMT 501 Digital Aud. Signal Processing
MUMT 502 Senior Proj:Music Technology (Approved only for students who complete the minor in Musical Science and Technology)
MUSP 240 Musicianship Training 3 (Approved only for students in the B.Sc. Liberal program who complete the major concentration in Music)
MUSP 241 Musicianship Training 4 (Approved only for students in the B.Sc. Liberal program who complete the major concentration in Music)
MUSR 300D1 Intro to Music Recording (Approved only for students who complete the minor in Musical Applications of Technology)
MUSR 300D2 Intro to Music Recording (Approved only for students who complete the minor in Musical Applications of Technology)
MUTH XXX

Not approved

MUCT 235 Vocal Techniques
MUEN XXX None allowed
MUPG XXX None allowed
MUPG 475 Business Fundamentals for Musicians
MUJZ XXX None allowed
MUSP XXX None allowed, (exceptions indicated in approved list)

Students wishing to take Music courses that are not listed in the Arts or Science section of the Calendar require permission from the Faculty of Music and from the Director, Advising Services, Faculty of Science.

NOTE 1: Students must write to the Director, Advising Services, Faculty of Science.

NOTE 2: The following are closed to students except in certain programs.