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Tentative Fall/Winter Schedule for 2017 - 2018

Fall and Winter registration will open for 2017 - 2018 academic year on Tuesday, March 7, 2017 at 9:30am AST.

Listed below is a tentative schedule for 2017 - 2018 academic year. We make every effort to have accurate, up-to-date schedule information available on our web site at all times but the courses are subject to change without notice. Please refer to the Self-Service Banner for the most up-to-date information.

FALL 2017 (September to December)

Course Number Course Name
ACCT 2241.1WW Introductory Financial Accounting
ASTR 1010.1WW / WX Life in the Universe
CRIM 2124.1WW Social Inequality & Justice
CRIM 2303.1WW Introduction to Criminology
CRIM 3010.1WW Classicial Theory
CRIM 3304.1WW Canadian Criminal Justice System
ECON 1201.1WW Principles of Microeconimics
ECON 3363.1WW Environmental Economics
GEOG 1100.1WW Global Perspectives of Land and Life
GEOG 2306.1WW Geospatial Concepts
GEOL 1202.1WW Planet Earth: Atlantic Canada Perspective
HIST 2826.1WW War and Society
HIST 3203.1WW History of the Body, Health & Sex
HIST 3300.1WW British Pop Music & Culture
MGMT 2383.1WW Micro Organizational Behavioural
MGMT 3385.1WW Human Resource Management
PSYC 1200.1WW Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 1250.1WW Social Behaviour
PSYC 1260.1WW Personality: Normal and Abnormal
PSYC 3329.1WW Child Development
PSYC 3347.1WW Longevity and Aging
PSYC 3360.1WW Applied Sport Psychology
PSYC 3393.1WW Psychology of Leadership
PSYC 4428.1WW Personnel Psychology
RELS 1211.1WW Introduction to Religious Experience
RELS 2330.1WW Spirituality and Work
RELS 3338.1WW Religions and Arts:  The West
SOCI 2124.1WW Social Inequality & Justice
SOCI 3010.1WW Classical Theory

WINTER 2018 (January - April)

Course Number Course Name
ACCT 2242.2WW Introductory Managerial Accounting
ASTR 1010.2WW / WX Life in the Universe
CHEM 1221.2WW Chemicals
CMLW 2201.2WW Legal Aspects of Business I
CRIM 2124.1WW Social Inequality & Justice
CRIM 3010.2WW Classical Theory
CRIM 3526.2WW Organized Crime
ECON 1202.2WW Principles of Macroeconomics
GEOL 1200.2WW People. Place & Environment
GEOL 1203.2WW Planet History: Atlantic Canada Perspective
HIST 1215.WW Ireland: An Introduction
HIST 2201.2WW Environmental History of Europe: 1300 - 1900
IRST 1215.2WW Ireland: An Introduction
MGMT 2383.2WW Micro Organizational Behaviour
MGMT 3385.2WW Human Resources Management
MGMT 4485.2WW Wage and Salary Admininstration
MGSC 2207.2WW Introductory Statistics
PSYC 1210.2WW Mind and Brain
PSYC 1250.2WW Social Behaviour
PSYC 1260.2WW  Personality: Normal and Abnormal
PSYC 3329.2WW Child Development
PSYC 3335.2WW Abnormal Psychology: History and Theory
PSYC 3347.2WW Longevity and Aging
PSYC 3348.2WW Gender Roles
PSYC 3349.2WW Drugs & Behaviour
PSYC 3360.2WW Applied Sport Psychology
PSYC 3393.2WW Psychology of Leadership
PSYC 3429.2WW Human Sexual Behaviour
PSYC 4428.2WW Personnel Psychology
RELS 3330.2WW Spirituality in the Workplace
SOCI 2124.2WW Social Inequality & Justice
SOCI 3220.2WW Race, Racism & Colonialism
SOCI 3526.2WW Organized Crime

For more information on attending online courses, please go to elearning.smu.ca

What you MUST KNOW if you are registering for full credit course(s) (6 credit hours):

Full Credit Courses, now referred to as XX and YY.

  • Courses historically taught over the academic year are now split into 2 parts.
  • Students must register for the same section in both the September and January terms.
  • These courses are identified by the section letters XX and YY.
  • Please note: if the XX section is full, then the YY term is considered not available to register in.

For example, a student registering for PHIL 1200 AXX in the September to December term must also register for PHIL 1200 AYY in the January to April term.

The Registrar's Office will run regular checks on these courses and will alter a student's course selection to remedy any problems.

Credit Hours = Replace Credits
0.5 credits= 3 credit hours
1.0 credits = 6 credit hours.

The 3 year, 15 credit program becomes a 3 year, 90 credit hours program.
The 4 year, 20 credit program becomes a 4 year, 120 credit hours program.