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Students are required to take 4 to 6 half-credit courses from the graduate classes offered by Faculties, of which a maximum of two directed reading classes may be included. It is expected that a student will take 2 half-credit courses in each contributing discipline.
Students without appropriate research methods in their background may be required to take, in addition to the above, courses in research methods and/or statistics.
To explore what classes are being offered please consult the Academic Timetable
You must register for the course REGN 9999 in every term (Fall, Winter, Summer) in addition to courses, comprehensives, or thesis.
Registration CRNs for REGN 9999 in 2012-2013 are:
Registration CRNs for REGN 9999 in 2013-2014 are:
If you are working towards your comprehensive exams, you will register for PHDP 8000.
Registration CRNs for PHDP 8000 in 2012-2013 are:
Registration CRNs for PHDP 8000 in 2013-2014 are:
Once you have passed all of the comprehensives, you will register for thesis, INTE 9530.
Registration CRNs for INTE 9530 in 2012-2013 are:
Registration CRNs for INTE 9530 in 2013-2014 are:
Your are encouraged to register early; there is a "last day to register" in each term, usually two weeks after term begins - please check these dates in the current academic calendar. Missing the registration deadline means you then must complete an add/drop form to have your registration done manually by the Faculty of Graduate Studies, and a late fee will be applied to your student account. You must also keep your mailing address up to date (you can do this by going on to Dal Online/Web for Students). We also ask that you send an email with your new address to email@example.com to ensure our records are updated.
|Every Term of Every Year||REGN 9999||REGN 9999||REGN 9999|
|Comprehensives||PHDP 8000||PHDP 8000||PHDP 8000|
|Proposal Terms & Thesis Years Add||INTE 9530||INTE 9530||INTE 9530|
A few hints about the Academic Timetable: