The information below is intended to help students in the School of Health Studies who are entering their second year as they prepare for course registration (July 12-15). Due to the number of student inquiries that are received by the School of Health Studies on a daily basis, please read through the information on this page to find the answer to your question before contacting the office.
Full course descriptions for most courses are available in the Academic Calendar. For special topics courses that were offered previously, course outlines can be accessed on the School of Health Studies website. Course outlines for the 2016-17 academic year will be posted as soon as they become available.
The Online Timetable lists all courses being offered for the 2016-17 academic year, including notes regarding course priorities and restrictions. Please be sure to check course restrictions and prerequisites in the Academic Calendar prior to attempting to register. Course priorities and/or restrictions are not usually waived.
Not all courses have had instructors assigned to them yet, but that information will be posted to the Online Timetable when it becomes available.
Please ensure that you’ve checked your adjudication comments (View My Grades -- Grade Report) so you know which module you’re registered in for the 2016-17 academic year. You can find requirements for each Health Sciences program on our Modules page.
As a general rule, students can follow these guidelines for building their upper-year timetables.
NOTE: These guidelines are for students who are enrolled exclusively in Health Sciences modules, and are not applicable to students who are enrolled in multiple modules, e.g. double majors.
For students in a Health Sciences Major:
For students in a Health Sciences Specialization or Honors Specialization:
All Health Sciences modules require the following 2000 level courses:
While you are not required to take all of the above courses in your second year, they are recommended and some act as prerequisite courses for 3000- and 4000- level courses. Please review your module and the Academic Calendar for further information.
If you require help with the course registration process, please consult the Office of the Registrar’s website, as well as their YouTube channel, which features step-by-step video guides to registration.
If you encounter any technical difficulties with registration, you may contact the Registration Helpline at 519-661-2100.
NOTE: Students are assigned registration times at random.
A few courses offered through the School of Health Studies may fill up quickly. Students cannot receive special permission to be added to a course that is full. If a course has filled, you should still complete your schedule by taking other courses. Priorities will lift or change on July 21 and you will be able to add and drop certain courses at that time. Courses that filled quickly may become available. Keep in mind, courses listed as "Restricked" do not lift at all. Keep checking enrolment even after this date (July 21) as add/drop activity will continue throughout the summer, including an extended online web registration period beginning August 22.
Only courses listed in the online timetable are being offered during the 2016-17 academic year. We are not planning to add any more courses (or additional sections to courses currently listed) at this time. Please be sure you have taken the prerequisite before attempting enrol in a course.
Students requiring special permission to take non-Health Sciences courses should contact the department offering the course. If/when permission is granted, the department should forward a notice of permission to our office via email (email@example.com) to be noted on your academic record. To enrol in the course, you will need to call the helpline at 519-661-2100 when your online registration appointment opens.
If you receive an error message when registering for a course, be sure to check the prerequisite in the Academic Calendar and the course notes in the online timetable for an explanation. It is very important to check the notes and prerequisites when you receive an error message.
Antirequisites are listed in the Academic Calendar under course descriptions. It is important not to take antirequisite courses as you can’t receive academic credit for courses with similar content. You need to be especially careful with courses such as HS 3801B (if you haven’t completed it yet), as it’s considered an antirequisite to all other statistics courses at the 2000 level or above.
NOTE: When there is an anti-requisite listed, you cannot take that course instead of the Health Sciences course.
It is important to be sure you have completed all the essay courses and breadth requirements for your degree. You have already all completed your Category ‘A’ (first year health sciences courses) and ‘C’ (first year Biology courses ) but you may still need your Category ‘B’ which is 1.0 course credits and/or your 2.0 essay courses (of which 1.0 must be at the 2000-level or higher but which does not necessarily need to be in Health Studies).
With the exception of students from other programs with a Health Sciences minor, no Health Studies student may use this course towards their module. The other non-core required 2000-level courses offered – HS 2045A, HS2090B, and HS2200B – may be used toward module requirements.
When contacting the SHS office regarding course registration, please: