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  1. 7.10.5 Attendance Regulation
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 7 Diploma Programs - 7.10 Diploma in Stage and Screen Technique
    Attendance is mandatory in the following courses: English 2450, 2451, 4400, 4401, and 5000 and Communication 3816 and 4402. Students may miss a maximum of two classes per course per semester. Students may fail or be deregistered from the course if they exceed this number of missed classes, for any reason, and/or if they consistently miss class time due to late arrivals or early departures. Attendance is necessary for safety reasons, as these are practical courses where students are working with equipment and in situations where they will be at risk without proper training. In addition, the majority of the assignments are based on group work, which cannot be carried out when students are absent from class.

  2. 3.3.3 Credit Hour
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 3 General Information and Regulations Governing All Graduate Students - 3.3 Definition and Explanation of Terms Used in this Calendar
    A credit hour is the measure used to reflect the relative weight of a given course towards the fulfilment of appropriate degree, diploma, certificate, major, minor, or other program requirements. Normally, a course has a credit value of 3 credit hours. A weight of one credit hour normally means that the course meets for lectures one hour per week for the duration of a semester or two hours per week for the duration of a session. The number of hours of required instruction, outside of lecture time, such as laboratory instruction, tutorials, etc. may or may not impact on the number of credit hours assigned to a particular course and academic units may recommend to the Senate a greater or lesser whole number of credit hours for a particular course.

  3. 6.5.6.5 Tuition Fee Implications
    In: University Regulations - 6 General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate) - 6.5 Registration - 6.5.6 Dropping Courses
    In the case of sessions, accelerated courses, and courses offered outside the normal time frame of a semester or session, deadlines for dropping courses without financial liability will be prorated accordingly. ... A student who drops a course within two weeks following the first day of lecture in any semester will not be liable for tuition fees for that course. Tuition fee refunds for dropping courses after that period will be prorated in accordance with Tuition and Related Fees, Tuition refunds based on withdrawal from course(s). Further Information can be found at the Financial and Administrative Services website at www.mun.ca/finance/fees/.

  4. 4.10.2 Submission
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 4 General Regulations - 4.10 Theses and Reports
    Candidates must submit the thesis/report at least four months before the University Convocation at which the award of the Degree is expected (see University Diary in current edition of University Calendar for exact date). The School of Graduate Studies does not accept any responsibility for completing the prescribed procedure in time for the nearest Convocation unless theses or reports are submitted by the prescribed dates in any current academic year.

  5. 19.2 Program
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 19 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Maritime Management
    The program is offered online and requires successful completion of either 1) 24 credit hours of course work and a comprehensive project and report (6 credit hours), or 2) 30 credit hours of course work. Candidates will typically register on a part-time basis. ... The Master of Maritime Management (M.M.M.) is a comprehensive academic program that provides a broad understanding of the structure and operation of organizations and the factors that influence business decisions in the context of maritime-based organizations. It provides a maritime management focus through the development of knowledge and understanding of the nature of technical operations and the factors that have an impact on their success, as well as the ability to apply these concepts within their organizations.

  6. 14.15.8.6 Previous Calendar Regulations
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 14 Programs and Regulations - 14.15 Philosophy - 14.15.8 Major and Minor in Medieval Studies
    In accordance with UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS - Degree and Departmental Regulations, Year of Degree and Departmental Regulations - Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and Faculty of Science, students for a Medieval Studies Major or Minor who had completed a 2000-level course or above in Medieval Studies prior to September 2018 will normally follow the departmental regulations in effect at that time, although subsequent regulations are available for all students.

  7. 4.3.10.1 Admission Criteria
    In: University Regulations - 4 Admission/Readmission to the University (Undergraduate) - 4.3 Categories of Applicants, Admission Criteria and Other Information - 4.3.10 Applicants Transferring From Other Recognized Universities or Colleges
    The admission of applicants from other recognized universities or colleges will be subject to the regulations for Admission/Readmission to the University in addition to General Academic Regulations, Regulations for Continuance and Readmission. In order to allow sufficient time for assessment of possible transfer credit, applicants should refer to Transfer Credit for information on the transfer credit application and evaluation process and requirements.

  8. 5.3.3 Transfer Applicants
    In: School of Human Kinetics and Recreation - 5 Admission/Readmission Regulations for the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation - 5.3 Admission Requirements to the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation Programs
    A student's placement within a program, and requirements needed to complete the program, will be determined on an individual basis at the time of admission. No applicant will be granted placement beyond Academic Term 4. ... Transfer applicants must request that an official transcript showing any completed courses and current registrations be forwarded to the Office of the Registrar. Final transcripts must be submitted upon receipt of final grades.

  9. 4.2 Social Work Field Practica
    In: School of Social Work - 4 Description of Program
    Students shall complete agency specific requirements, such as criminal record checks, vulnerable sector checks, child protection records checks, or health checks, before starting the field practicum. Students unable to meet the agency's requirements may be delayed in their program or prevented from completing their program of study. Students are required to complete and update these requirements in a timely fashion and at their own expense. The requirements and procedures of any given agency may change from time to time and are beyond the control of the University.

  10. 5.2.1.3 Transfers From Other Post-Secondary Institutions
    In: Faculty of Business Administration - 5 Program Regulations - 5.2 Regulations for General Degree of Bachelor of Commerce (Co-operative) - 5.2.1 Admission Modes and Requirements
    Students who are transferring from other universities must apply for admission to the University on or before the deadlines specified in the University Diary for the semester in which they intend to begin their program, to allow sufficient time for the evaluation of transfer credits. Subject to items 2. and 3. under Advanced Standing (for Current Memorial University of Newfoundland Students) above, transfer students from other universities will be placed in that Term of the program judged by the Admissions Committee of the Faculty to be appropriate considering equivalent credits. Regardless of the Term into which they are admitted, transfer students must complete a minimum of two work terms.

  11. 6.7 Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce (Co-operative)
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 6 Degree Regulations - General and Honours Degrees
    In order to meet all of the requirements of the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce (Co-operative) degree programs at the same time, students who are completing the joint degrees are strongly advised to follow the Suggested Program of Studies outlined below, to take account of the accompanying advisory notes, and to seek advice from the department or program of their Major in order to ensure that their proposed program is possible within the constraints of course scheduling and prerequisites.

  12. 4.3.11.1 Admission Criteria
    In: University Regulations - 4 Admission/Readmission to the University (Undergraduate) - 4.3 Categories of Applicants, Admission Criteria and Other Information - 4.3.11 Applicants Who Are Requesting Special Admission
    In order to allow sufficient time for reasonable and consistent consideration of special cases, supporting letters must be received at least one week prior to the beginning of the semester to which admission is being sought. ... Applicants must submit a letter to the Committee outlining the grounds for requesting special consideration and provide a letter from a school principal, guidance counsellor, employer or other responsible person substantiating those grounds.

  13. 7.2.4 Leave of Absence
    In: School of Pharmacy - 7 Promotion Regulations - 7.2 Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) for Working Professionals, Part-Time Program
    Upon completion of an Academic year, a student with Clear Promotion may elect to withdraw temporarily from studies. Voluntary withdrawal at other times and for other reasons may be permitted in accordance with UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS - General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate) - Registration. In all cases, the intent to withdraw voluntarily should be discussed with the Dean. At the end of this period, the student, in consultation with the Committee on Undergraduate Studies of the School of Pharmacy, should ensure that sufficient revision and preparatory work is undertaken to allow studies to be resumed readily. In the absence of good cause, any such student who does not resume studies on the specified date may be deemed to have left the program.

  14. 12.12 Science
    In: Faculty of Science - 12 Course Descriptions
    OR: only offered online; completion time estimated to be two hours ... set(s) consisting of the course being described and the course(s) listed; LC = ... Lecture hours per week are 3 unless otherwise noted; LH = Laboratory hours per ... week; OR = Other requirements of the course such as tutorials, practical sessions, ... or seminars; PR = Prerequisite(s); UL = Usage limitation(s).

  15. 34.24.2 Supervisory Committee
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 34 Regulations Governing the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy - 34.24 Management
    Students are encouraged to find a Supervisor within the first year of the program and, together with the Supervisor, find the remaining committee members by the time all required courses are completed. ... Until a supervisory committee has been formed, the Ph.D. Program Director will be the designated advisor of each Ph.D. student. Each candidate will have a supervisory committee consisting of three or more members, at least two of whom shall be members of the Faculty of Business Administration. The thesis Supervisor shall be a doctorally qualified faculty member in the Faculty of Business Administration, Memorial University of Newfoundland, having a recent (past five years) research track record suitable to provide research supervision at the Ph.D. level. The supervisory committee will be appointed no later than the end of the first year of studies.

  16. 5.1 General Information
    In: School of Human Kinetics and Recreation - 5 Admission/Readmission Regulations for the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation
    Up to three positions per year in the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation may be designated for applicants of aboriginal ancestry who have met the admission requirements of the program. Applicants must send a letter of request to hkr_registrar@mun.ca at the time of application and provide documentation of aboriginal ancestry. ... Admission or readmission to the University does not necessarily constitute admission or readmission to any program.

  17. 4.1.2.1 Registration as a Pharmacist
    In: School of Pharmacy - 4 Description of Programs - 4.1 Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) - 4.1.2 Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) for Working Professionals, Part-Time Program
    A student must be licensed as a “Pharmacist” through the student’s pharmacy licensing body in the province, territory, or country in which they reside. Applicants will be asked to submit proof of licensure with the application for admission to the School and must maintain licensure throughout the program. Additionally, prior to the commencement of an Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience in another jurisdiction, a student must register with the respective licensing body. Further requirements may exist for international Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences. A student who fails to meet the registration requirements will be required to withdraw from the program.

  18. 8.9 Bachelor of Music Education as a Second Degree
    In: Faculty of Education - 8 Admission/Readmission Regulations for the Faculty of Education
    Applications for admission are considered once a year normally to the Fall semester. Consideration will be given to the Winter semester courses for which an applicant is registered at the time of application. ... An applicant who has been awarded a Bachelor’s degree in Music (or equivalent) from a recognized post-secondary institution may be admitted to the program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Music Education provided that the pattern of courses for the first degree is acceptable to the Selections Committee of the Faculty of Education. This pattern normally includes courses or equivalent experiences in conducting and instrumental techniques (brass, woodwinds, strings and percussion).

  19. 13.5 Program of Study
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 13 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Employment Relations
    The elective allows students to specialize in one of the three main areas of study. The elective must be chosen from the list of approved electives specified in Table 3. Other courses may be approved and added to Table 3 from time to time by the GCER. ... A waiver of a core course may be granted by the Dean of Graduate Studies on the recommendation of the Director if the candidate can demonstrate that the material in the course has been substantially covered by other courses taken at this or another recognized university. In such cases, the course must be replaced by another course offered by Memorial University of Newfoundland in consultation with the candidate, and approved by the Director. The maximum number of core courses that can be waived is 3 and all replacement courses must be taken during the candidate's period of enrollment in the program.

  20. 3 School Description
    In: Fisheries and Marine Institute
    The Marine Institute provides a full range of programs focussing on fisheries and marine science and technology. In addition to undergraduate and graduate degrees, the Institute offers advanced diplomas, diplomas of technology, and technical and vocational certificates. The Institute also runs a variety of short courses and industrial response programs. ... For information concerning scholarships, bursaries and awards, see www.mun.ca/scholarships/scholarships.


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