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  1. 4.1.2.2 Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE)
    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
    Students must comply with the policies of the site to which they are assigned. Sites may have requirements for immunization, testing or documentation beyond those required by the School. Students are required to complete these requirements in a timely fashion and at their own expense. Students unable to meet these site requirements may be delayed in their program or prevented from completing their program of study.

  2. 5.8 Regulations for the Honours Degree of International Bachelor of Business Administration
    In: Faculty of Business Administration - 5 Program Regulations
    Candidates are not permitted to repeat or substitute courses for the purpose of meeting the academic standing specified in Clause 2. In the case of a student who has repeated courses and/or who has completed more than 120 credit hours at the time of application for graduation, applicable courses will be taken in chronological order rather than in order of grade in calculating 2.b. above.

  3. 6.5.6.3 Dropping Courses Retroactively
    In: University Regulations - 6 General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate) - 6.5 Registration - 6.5.6 Dropping Courses
    - explanation of why course(s) could not be dropped during regular time frame for dropping, ... - grounds for the request, ... - supporting documentation, and ... - documentation from the course instructor regarding grading scheme and final grade. ... - course(s) requested to drop retroactively, ... - student ID number, ... - name, ... - current address and telephone number,

  4. 6.5.7.3 Withdrawing from the University Retroactively
    In: University Regulations - 6 General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate) - 6.5 Registration - 6.5.7 Withdrawing from the University
    - explanation of why course(s) could not be dropped during regular time frame for dropping, ... - grounds for the request, ... - supporting documentation, and ... - documentation from the course instructors regarding grading scheme and final grade. ... - semester(s) for which retroactive withdrawal is requested, ... - student ID number, ... - name, ... - current address and telephone number,

  5. 14.14.2.3 French Minor Program
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 14 Programs and Regulations - 14.14 Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures - 14.14.2 French
    Between their first registration at Memorial University of Newfoundland and the time of their graduation, all students minoring in French must have spent at least four weeks at an approved Francophone institution in a French-speaking area or have acquired equivalent work experience in a Francophone environment. Students are strongly encouraged to fulfill the requirement early in their program in order to get the greatest benefit from the immersion experience. Students should consult the Head of the Department before the end of their second year of study (60 credit hours) for help in selecting the immersion experience most appropriate for their circumstances. Every reasonable effort will be made by the Department to accommodate students who, for personal or professional reasons, need to fulfill the immersion requirement in a different setting. Please note that accommodation cannot include waivers or exemptions from the immersion requirement as completion of the immersion requirement is an academic requirement for all students completing a Minor in French. Students with extenuating circumstances should consult with the Head of the Department for alternative options.

  6. 7.4 Other Information
    In: Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science - 7 Promotion Regulations
    A student may be required to withdraw from their program at any time, if, in the opinion of the Faculty, the student is unlikely to benefit from continued attendance. ... A student denied promotion shall be permitted only one readmission to the same term and a total of no more than two readmissions to the Faculty. ... A student is permitted one failure only in each of the courses required in Engineering One.

  7. 6.15.6 Information Required in Certificates from Health Professionals
    In: University Regulations - 6 General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate) - 6.15 Appeal of Decisions
    the length of time over which the student's abilities were likely hampered by the condition (e.g., recurring and severe back pain over a two-month period would likely have a more adverse effect on studies than a single episode of back pain requiring bed rest for a week); ... The University respects the privacy of students and will keep confidential all such certificates. A student should request that the health professional retain a copy of such a certificate in case the certificate needs to be verified or reissued at a later date.

  8. 4.6.6 Information Required for Certificates from Health Professionals
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 4 General Regulations - 4.6 Appeal of Decisions
    the length of time over which the student's abilities were likely hampered by the condition (e.g., recurring and severe back pain over a two-month period would likely have a more adverse effect on studies than a single episode of back pain requiring bed rest for a week); and ... The University respects the privacy of students and will keep confidential all such certificates. A student should request that the health professional retain a copy of such a certificate in case the certificate needs to be verified or reissued at a later date.

  9. 7.9.3 Admission Requirements
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 7 Diploma Programs - 7.9 Diploma in Police Studies
    Admission to the Diploma program is limited and competitive. Students who wish to enter this program must apply through the Office of the Registrar by April 1 for Fall semester registration and by October 15 for Winter semester registration. The formal application is available at www.mun.ca/hss/programs/undergraduate/diplomas/ or from the Office of the Registrar. In addition, at the time of admission, applicants must have completed either a university degree in any discipline from a recognized university, or have completed at a post-secondary institution, the equivalent of 15 credit hours, which should include Sociology 1000 (or the former 2000), Law and Society 1000, Police Studies 2300 or Sociology 2300, and two CRW and/or English courses. It is recommended that students select from a list of four CRW courses: (Gender Studies 1005 or the former 2005, Philosophy 1011 or the former 1230, Archaeology 1005 or History 1005, and Political Science 1001) but other CRW courses and/or English courses with reading and writing emphases will be accepted.

  10. 4.3.2.2 Other Information
    In: University Regulations - 4 Admission/Readmission to the University (Undergraduate) - 4.3 Categories of Applicants, Admission Criteria and Other Information - 4.3.2 Applicants Who Have Followed the High School Curricula of Other Provinces of Canada
    Early Acceptance: Applicants in their final year of high school who have completed or who are completing, a slate of courses which meets the course requirements in Applicants Who Have Followed the High School Curricula of Other Provinces of Canada may be granted early acceptance prior to the writing of final examinations. This early acceptance will be subject to verification, when final examination results are received by the Office of the Registrar from the appropriate authorities, that the applicant has successfully met the minimum requirements for admission as specified above in Admission Criteria. Applicants who fail to meet the minimum admission requirements at that time will have their acceptance revoked. This does not preclude the application of selective admission criteria for particular faculty/school programs.

  11. 22.5 Evaluation - General Comprehensive Examination
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 22 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Philosophy
    The examination shall consist of a written part and an oral part. The time between the written and the oral parts shall normally be from one to four weeks. ... The oral examination shall be from one to three hours in length, and shall be conducted by the examining committee, and shall be open only to the examination committee and to members of the relevant Department (and Director of Studies in the case of the program in Humanities).

  12. 5.1 General Information
    In: Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science - 5 Admission/Readmission Regulations for the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
    Up to three positions per year in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science may be designated for applicants of Aboriginal ancestry who have met the admission requirements of the program. Applicants must send a letter of request at the time of application and provide documentation of Aboriginal ancestry. ... The Admissions Committee allocates majors to students after promotion or readmission to Academic Term 3 of the Bachelor of Engineering program. Information on promotion from Engineering One is available at: Promotion Regulations, Promotion Status (Engineering One).

  13. 6.9.5 Incomplete Grades
    In: University Regulations - 6 General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate) - 6.9 Grading
    A student unable to complete the requirements of a course by the end of one week following the start of classes in the next academic semester or session as stated in the University Diary, may be permitted an extension of time not exceeding the last date for examinations in the semester following that in which the student was enrolled in the course. Such an extension may be granted by the head of the appropriate academic unit at the request of the student. In the event that a numeric grade has not been received by the Registrar by this new deadline the INC shall be changed to the letter grade F with a numeric grade 0%. In special circumstances, students registered for a Social Work Internship may be given an extension not exceeding two semesters. Students registered in one of Human Kinetics and Recreation 2210, 2220, 3210, 3220, 4210 or 4220 may be given an extension not exceeding three semesters, by the Academic Council of the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation.

  14. 10.3 Appeals of Promotion Decisions
    In: Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science - 10 Appeal of Regulations
    A student may request additional time to gather supporting documentation. Such a request will not be unreasonably denied. ... When a student has requested a re-read of an examination paper which may affect an appeal, that appeal must nevertheless be submitted within one month of the issue of the original decision and consideration of the appeal will be delayed until the result of the re-read is available.

  15. 34.22.2 Courses
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 34 Regulations Governing the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy - 34.22 Linguistics
    A selection of the following graduate courses will be offered to meet the requirements of students, as far as the resources of the Department will allow. Full information is to be found in the Department's Graduate Brochure. ... 6701 Selected Topics in Experimental Phonetics (prerequisites: 6200, 6700) ... 6800 Selected Topics in Morphology ... 6880 Selected Topics in Semantics

  16. 5.7.2 Admission Requirements
    In: Faculty of Business Administration - 5 Program Regulations - 5.7 Regulations for the General Degree of International Bachelor of Business Administration (i.B.B.A.)
    To be eligible for Admission to the i.B.B.A. program an applicant must have successfully completed the Pre-i.B.B.A. program (see The Curriculum, clause 1, below) with an average on those courses of at least 65%, or the equivalent at another recognized post-secondary institution. 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.

  17. 22.8.4 Comprehensive Examination
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 22 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Philosophy - 22.8 Humanities
    The examination shall consist of a written part and an oral part. The time between the written and the oral parts shall normally be from one to four weeks. ... The oral examination shall be from one to three hours in length, shall be conducted by the Examining Committee, and shall be open only to the Examination Committee, and members of the Departments concerned. The oral examination shall be chaired by the Director of Studies.

  18. 8.17.2 Courses
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 8 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Arts - 8.17 Linguistics
    A selection of the following graduate courses will be offered to meet the requirements of students, as far as the resources of the Department will allow. Full information is to be found in the Department's Graduate Handbook. ... 6800 Selected Topics in Morphology ... 6880 Selected Topics in Semantics ... 6999 M.A. Research Project ... 6701 Selected Topics in Experimental Phonetics (prerequisites: 6200, 6700)

  19. 5.3.1 High School Applicants
    In: Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science - 5 Admission/Readmission Regulations for the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science - 5.3 Admission Requirements to the Faculty Program
    With careful planning the course load for the Engineering One requirements can be spread out over three semesters, to provide flexibility and additional time for a successful transition to the University and the Bachelor of Engineering program. However, as some courses are not offered in some semesters, a student should check with the appropriate academic unit to determine in which semester(s) each course is offered.

  20. 7.2.2.3 Other Information
    In: School of Pharmacy - 7 Promotion Regulations - 7.2 Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) for Working Professionals, Part-Time Program - 7.2.2 Promotion Status
    Normally, if a student fails an APPE course, Pharmacy’s Committee on Undergraduate Studies may permit the student to continue to the student’s next scheduled APPE course and require the student to repeat the failed course at a later date. This may extend the duration of the student’s program. ... A student is permitted to repeat only one APPE course. A student who fails an APPE course on a second attempt will be required to withdraw from the program.


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