Suggested course sequences
Course sequences show you which courses you should take for your particular program and in which session you should take them. They help you plan your course schedule. Course sequences are only guidelines; there is more than one possible course sequence for any given program.
Students admitted with advanced standing credits or to the Winter or Spring-Summer session: The recommended course sequences do not take into account advanced standing credits you’ve received, since these vary from one student to another. If your first session is Winter or Spring-Summer, your faculty's undergraduate studies office will be able to help you adapt the course sequence of your program to your particular situation.
Suggested courses sequences by faculty
Your faculty's website either has course sequences or information to allow you to access them. To help you identify which faculty your discipline belongs to, we've also included the list of disciplines available by faculty.
Consult course sequences at the Faculty of Arts.
Faculty of Arts disciplines:
Classical Studies / Classics
Écriture et style
English as a Second Language
Ethics and Society / Applied Ethics
Études des francophonies
French as a Second Language
Geomatics and Spatial Analysis
History and Theory of Art
Jewish Canadian Studies
Latin American Studies
Latin and English Studies
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Rédaction professionnelle et édition
Consult course sequences at the Faculty of Education.
Faculty of Education disciplines:
Consult course sequences at the Faculty of Engineering.
Faculty of Engineering disciplines:
Biomedical Mechanical Engineering
Telfer School of ManagementExpand
Consult course sequences at the Telfer School of Management.
Telfer School of Management disciplines:
Human Resource Management
Management Information Systems
Consult course sequences at the Faculty of Science.
Faculty of Science disciplines:
Biochemistry/Chemical Engineering (Biotechnology)
Mathematics and Statistics
Ophthalmic Medical Technology
Consult course sequences at the Faculty of Health Sciences.
Faculty of Health Sciences disciplines:
Human Kinetics - Emphasis on biophysical science (BScHK)
Human Kinetics - Emphasis on social sciences (BHK)
Consult course sequences at the Faculty of Social Sciences.
Faculty of Social Sciences disciplines:
Conflict Studies and Human Rights
Economics and Public Policy
International Development and Globalization
International Economics and Development
International Studies and Modern Languages
Social Sciences (general)
Social Sciences of Health
United States Studies