Example Course Timetable Listing

Screenshot of example course timetable
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Course Code: Tells you the Department or College offering the course, the level of the course, the credit value of the course and which campus is offering the course. For example, ANT204H1 is offered by the Department of Anthropology (ANT), at the 200-level (204), has a credit value of 0.5 (H = 0.5 credit; Y = 1.0 credit) and is taught at the St. George campus (1 = St. George).
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Session Code: Indicates the duration of the course. F = fall term S = winter term Y = fall and winter terms
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Additional Course Info
: Click on down arrow for further information.
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Activity: Indicates the type of academic activity being conducted. LEC = lecture PRA = practical TUT = tutorial
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Time: Indicates the days and times the activity is offered. NOTE: Classes begin at 10 minutes after the hour and finish on the hour.
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Wait List: Tells you whether the lecture section will allow you to be on a waiting list if space is full. Y = yes, there will be a waiting list N = no, there will not be a waiting list Only LEC (lecture) activities can offer wait lists. You cannot wait list for PRA (practicals) or TUT (tutorials).

The Registration Instructions & Timetable provides full details on how to register, select, and enroll in courses. The Timetable lists the courses offered, their schedule and uses various codes to provide enrolment information.

  1. Course Code
    Tells you the Department or College offering the course, the level of the course, the credit value of the course and which campus is offering the course. For example, ANT204H1 is offered by the Department of Anthropology (ANT), at the 200-level (204), has a credit value of 0.5 (H = 0.5 credit; Y = 1.0 credit) and is taught at the St. George campus (1 = St. George).
  2. Session Code
    Indicates the duration of the course.
    F = fall term
    S = winter term
    Y = fall and winter terms
  3. Additional Course Info

    Click on down arrow for further information.
  4. Activity
    Indicates the type of academic activity being conducted.
    LEC = lecture
    PRA = practical
    TUT = tutorial
  5. Time
    Indicates the days and times the activity is offered.
    NOTE: Classes begin at 10 minutes after the hour and finish on the hour.
  6. Wait List
    Tells you whether the lecture section will allow you to be on a waiting list if space is full.
    Y = yes, there will be a waiting list
    N = no, there will not be a waiting list
    Only LEC (lecture) activities can offer wait lists. You cannot wait list for PRA (practicals) or TUT (tutorials).

Enrolment Controls

Some courses will have enrolment controls.

P, PE, R1, R2
These letters signify that courses give priority (P, PE) or are restricted (R1, R2,) to students in certain programs of study.

AE, E, PE
These letters indicate that departmental approval is required prior to enrolment.