Course & Registration Information
*Will be continuously updated prior to beginning of classes
2016-2017 Fall Semester Graduate Registration begins August 7th, 2017 at 7:00 am NL time.
Please see the following Regulation Change Notification before registering for courses.
Important notes for Education Graduate Students
Add your name to the graduate listserv at http://listman.cdli.ca/mailman/listinfo/gradsociety (for important information, news items and announcements).
Please review ALL points listed below regarding registration to make registration efficient and hassle free. Please contact the Faculty of Education, Graduate Programs Office with any questions or concerns.
For new incoming students please visit and review the School of Graduate Studies Guide for New Graduate Students.
Course offerings are posted above. This list includes the CRNs, instructors, times, etc. This listing will provide you with course reference numbers (CRN#), instructors, class times, etc. Under the CRN number you will see acronyms for the programs like EDLS, DELS, CTLS, CP, IT, PSS, DPSS. Those courses are restricted to program groups and students in those particular groups are given priority. When selecting courses please ensure the course is not restricted to another program group. This list is updated regularly. The Registrar’s Office will update their list as well; therefore, if you have already selected courses from the current list you must double check the schedule as the courses/times/CRNs may have changed.
Check your financial account via the Memorial Self-Service and ensure any outstanding fees from previous semesters are paid in full so it does not prevent you from registering. Late fees from previous semesters have sometimes been added to accounts after fees have been paid; therefore, it is important for everyone to check their account. Any questions or concerns can be directed to the Cashier's Office.
Status as a grad student is not determined by the number of courses one registers for, but rather employment. If you are working more than 24 hours/week outside of your program, then you are considered part time. Second course requests for part-time students in the fall and winter semesters will no longer be granted; except under exceptional circumstances. If you feel that you have extenuating circumstances that could change this policy, please contact the Faculty of Education, Graduate Programs Associate Dean for approval.
As per Calendar Regulation 11.2 Program of Study, a student on part-time status can register for a maximum of 3 credit hours (1 course) and in the fall and winter semesters and a maximum of 6 credit hours (2 courses) in the Intersession/Spring/Summer session. A student on full-time status can register for a maximum of 12 credit hours (4 courses). All full-time students are charged health and dental fees. If you already have coverage and wish to opt out of these fees, you have to complete the appropriate form available on the GSU website and submit it to the GSU office with any supporting documentation before their noted deadline; otherwise, you will be responsible for the health and dental fees.
If you are currently part-time and switching to full-time for a given semester (or vice versa) please complete and fax your Change of Status form prior to registration. Please be advised that changing your status remains at that status until you change back using the same method.
Registration will begin at 7:00 a.m., (NL time) on Registration day (Please see University Calendar Diary). You MUST register at this time as most courses, particularly distance courses, will fill up almost immediately. If you encounter any difficulties with registering please contact one of the office staff and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Most situations do tend to sort themselves out within a few days. We cannot pre-register students for courses. Before exiting the registration system ensure you are either registered or waitlisted for the appropriate course(s).
Students are only permitted to take the courses outlined on their Program of Study. Permission to do additional courses requires approval by the Faculty of Education, Associate Dean, Graduate Programs. A separate fee is incurred for each course taken outside your program of study as program fees only cover the cost of courses required for the M.Ed program.
ED9000 or EFLC9000
If you are returning from a leave of absence OR if you are a new student, you must register for Ed 9000 (M.Ed program) or EFLC9000 (MA/Ed) as well as your course(s). This is not a course; it merely identifies you as a graduate student and is required for future registration.
If you try to register for a course but it is full and the system indicates you can waitlist, ensure you press the submit changes button a second time. The registration system does not automatically waitlist you for a course. The first time you are notified, the system is merely letting you know where you might be placed on the waitlist – you have to press the submit changes button to confirm you want to waitlist for that particular course.
Registration Waivers Required for the following
If you are interested in registering for either of the following courses, please email us with your request. If space permits, a waiver will be processed so you can register online. You can review the schedule on our website for times and instructors.
- Education 6394 (When offered)– Biographical Explorations of Teaching and Learning (an alternate exit course for curriculum students).
- Education 6709 (When offered) – Assessment of Intelligence and learning Skills (Students must have the prerequisite 6707 completed and must have 24 credit hours completed).
Exit Course: Ed 6290/6390/6590/6890 (6x90) is completed as the 10th course on your program. Although it is not indicated as a distance course, 6x90 is offered via distance (D2L & Elluminate Live) every semester and there is no cap on enrolment. Please note this is a demanding course and the deadlines set forth in the course schedule should be strictly adhered to. If you experience difficulty in registering for this course, please notify us so a waiver can be processed.
6291/6292/6293/6391/6392/6393/6891/6720 (Internship, Project, Paperfolio) is undertaken after the completion of all course work. Please contact us for registration instructions.
CBU Courses: These courses are listed as part of our full list of course offerings. If you want to register for a CBU course, contact us immediately as space is limited to 12 seats per course. These courses are restricted to M.Ed. (IT) students.
Cohorts: These courses are listed as part of our full list of course offerings. Waivers will be processed so the students in these cohorts can register using the online registration system.
Memorial University’s policy requires that all emails sent from the University be sent to a Memorial University account (@mun.ca) for on program students. Please set up and regularly check your Memorial e-mail account. Using other e-mail accounts may cause a delay in a response. Be sure to include your full name and student number in the text of the email.
Reminder: Please include your MUN student number on all correspondence.
Special Permission Requests
Special Permission requests (Teacher Certification Registration, Outside Master’s Students):
Special Permission is granted to non-program students who have a Master’s completed or in-progress. Such requests will not be considered until the start of classes each semester. Please email us for more information.
Your attention to these matters is very much appreciated.
The Faculty of Education at Memorial, contact:
Faculty of Education
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, NL A1B 3X8
Telephone: (709) 864-8553 / 864-8587 / 864-3402 / 864-3324
Facsimile: (709) 864-4379