Undergraduate students who wish to register in a graduate course must complete the Enrollment of Undergraduate Students in Graduate Course form. This form requires the approval of the course instructor, student's Home Faculty advising office (e.g. Faculty of Science or Faculty of Applied Science) and the Graduate Advisor.
The student should obtain the signature of the course instructor first. After the course instructor has signed the enrolment form, the student must submit to the Graduate Program Assistant (ICCS 201). She will submit it to the Associate Head of the Undergraduate Program of Operations, Paul Carter (firstname.lastname@example.org) to ensure that the student has the appropriate academic background to take the course. If approved, Paul will initial the form and the Graduate Program Assistant (ICCS 201) will submit it to the Graduate Advisor for approval. After the Graduate Program Advisor signs the form, the Graduate Program Assistant will contact the student who will forward it to the home faculty advising office for approval.
Note: Undergraduate students who would like to audit a grad course must follow the same procedure. Please indicate on the form under the course information section that you wish to "audit" the course.
For detailed information about the guidelines for undergraduate students taking graduate courses, please refer to the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies website.
CPSC 540: All students except for EECE & CS grad students must submit the 540 Prerequisite Formand the Enrollment of Undergraduate Students in Graduate Course to the instructor for approval. The student will pick up the Enrollment of Undergraduate Students in Graduate Course form from the instructor after the instructor has reviewed it. If approved, the student will then submit the form to the Home Faculty advising office for approval. After it's approved, the student can forward the Graduate Program Assistant (ICCS 201). After the Graduate Program Advisor signs the form, the Graduate Program Assistant will forward it to Faculty of Graduate & PostDoctoral Studies.