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  1. 6.4.1 Admission and Registration
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 6 Degree Regulations - General and Honours Degrees - 6.4 Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and International Bachelor of Arts (iBA) (Honours) Degree Regulations
    A student who wishes to enter an Honours program is strongly advised to consult the Head of the Department or Program Supervisor at the earliest possible date, as it may not be possible to complete the requirements for the degree in the normal time if the decision to embark on the program is delayed beyond the end of the second year. ... Upon entering the program, the student shall be assigned a Faculty Advisor by the Head of the Department or Program Supervisor. The Faculty Advisor will be responsible for advising the student and the Head of the Department or Program Supervisor with respect to the student's program of studies.

  2. 10 Regulations for Readmission and Advancement for the Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary) as a Second Degree, Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary), and Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) Conjoint with the Diploma in Technolo
    In: Faculty of Education
    Notwithstanding Clause 1., the Committee on Undergraduate Studies, on recommendation from the Admissions Committee, reserves the right to require a student to withdraw from the Faculty at any time if, in the opinion of the Committee, the student is deemed unsuitable for continued attendance in the programs. ... In exceptional circumstances, waiver of these regulations may be granted by the Committee on Undergraduate Studies, Faculty of Education, on advice of the Office of Undergraduate Programs.

  3. 6.5.7.2 Withdrawing from the University Without Academic Prejudice
    In: University Regulations - 6 General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate) - 6.5 Registration - 6.5.7 Withdrawing from the University
    In the case of sessions, accelerated courses, and courses offered outside the normal time frame of a semester or session, deadlines for withdrawing from the University will be prorated accordingly. ... Students who withdraw from the University for medical reasons for one or more semesters may not be permitted to re-enter unless they can provide medical evidence, satisfactory to the Director of Student Health Service, of fitness to pursue studies.

  4. 5.3.4 LPN Bridging Applicants
    In: School of Nursing - 5 Admission/Readmission Regulations for the School of Nursing - 5.3 Admission Regulations to School Programs
    evidence of ability to successfully maintain a full course load; and ... have completed the following high school courses: Biology 2201 and 3201 or their equivalents, and Chemistry 3202 or equivalent, and Math 3200 or 3201 or equivalent. Advanced Math is preferred. ... meet the admission requirements for the Bachelor of Nursing (Collaborative) Program listed under Admission Regulations for the School of Nursing; and

  5. 6.2 Bachelor of Social Work (as a Second Degree)
    In: School of Social Work - 6 Program Regulations
    Following admission, credit hours shall normally be taken in the sequence as set out in Table 3 Bachelor of Social Work (as a Second Degree). Students wishing to change the sequence and/or reduce the course load specified for semesters 1-4 must receive prior written approval from the Dean of the School. A change in course sequence and/or reduction of the course load may result in an extension to the length of time normally required to complete the program.

  6. 6.2.6.1 Intensive English Program at Grenfell (IEP-G)
    In: Grenfell Campus - 6 Admission/Readmission Regulations for Grenfell Campus - 6.2 Admission/Readmission Regulations for Programs Offered by the School of Arts and Social Science - 6.2.6 English as a Second Language
    A student wishing to complete the Intensive English Program Grenfell (IEP-G) preparation for admission to Memorial University of Newfoundland as an undergraduate degree student may apply for this program at the same time as application for admission to undergraduate studies. Subject to General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate), Admission/Readmission to the University (Undergraduate), governing admission for undergraduate studies, and the regulations in place for admission to specific programs, a student may be provisionally admitted for studies at an undergraduate level in an upcoming term currently enrolled in the Intensive English Program. The General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate), Admission/Readmission to the University (Undergraduate) should be reviewed carefully by students.

  7. 12.8.2 Statistics Courses
    In: Faculty of Science - 12 Course Descriptions - 12.8 Mathematics and Statistics
    Time Series ... Time Series I ... examines the analysis of time series in the time domain and is an introduction to frequency domain analysis. Topics covered include integrated ARMA processes, seasonal time series models, intervention analysis and outlier detection, transfer function models, time series regression and GARCH models, vector time series models, state space models and the Kalman Filter. Spectral decomposition of a time series is introduced. Emphasis is on applications and examples with a statistical software package.

  8. 4.9.2 Ph.D. and Psy.D. Candidates
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 4 General Regulations - 4.9 Supervision
    to report at least annually to the Dean on the candidates' progress and, at the same time, to advise on their continuation in the program; and to make such other reports and recommendations about the candidates to the Dean as it may deem necessary; ... to recommend to the Dean, after consultation with the candidates, necessary changes in the program of study, the subject of research, or the title of the thesis;

  9. 14.1.1 Department of Anthropology Description
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 14 Programs and Regulations - 14.1 Anthropology
    Anthropologists spend extended periods of time with the people they study in order to understand their practices and beliefs and how such practices and beliefs are entangled with systems of power. In short, the study of anthropology facilitates cross-cultural understanding and critical engagement with global problems. Students learn how concepts such as class, gender, and ethnicity relate to a variety of areas including development, environmental crises, economic processes, imaginary worlds, labour, media, politics, religion, tourism, and heritage. Our undergraduate programs foster skills needed to both think critically about these topics and engage with an increasingly globalized and complex world.

  10. 4.5.1 Challenge for Credit
    In: University Regulations - 4 Admission/Readmission to the University (Undergraduate) - 4.5 Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR)
    The appropriate fee must be paid at the time of application. For further information refer to the Financial and Administrative Services website at www.mun.ca/finance/fees/. If the application is accepted for consideration, the fee is not refundable nor is the student permitted to withdraw the challenge. ... For the purpose of satisfying the regulations governing residence requirements for a first degree and residence requirements for a second degree under General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate), a successful challenge for credit shall be considered the equivalent of a transfer credit and shall be recorded on the transcript as a pass (PAS). Challenge grades are not included in averages. For further information refer to Residence Requirements for a First Degree and Residence Requirements for a Second Degree.

  11. 34.10.4 Ph.D. Thesis Regulations
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 34 Regulations Governing the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy - 34.10 Engineering and Applied Science
    If the proposal is rejected, the candidate shall be permitted to submit a second proposal. This proposal must be submitted and deemed acceptable by the Supervisory Committee within four months of the original proposal presentation. Failure to submit an acceptable second proposal within the time period shall lead to termination of the candidate’s program. ... The Ph.D. thesis shall be evaluated according to the process established in General Regulations, Theses and Reports, Evaluation of Ph.D. and Psy.D. Theses governing the School of Graduate Studies.

  12. 14.14.2.6 Transfer Credit for Language Courses
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 14 Programs and Regulations - 14.14 Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures - 14.14.2 French
    See specific program regulations for restrictions placed on the maximum number of transfer credit hours applicable to the Minor, Major, Honours and Joint Honours programs. Students who have spent an extended period of time studying French in a francophone milieu may discuss with the Head of the Department the suitability of seeking permission from the Faculty's Undergraduate Waivers and Appeals Committee to transfer up to a maximum of 3 additional credit hours.

  13. 6 Description of Medical Training Program
    In: Faculty of Medicine
    Students in good academic standing are qualified to write Part I of the licensing examinations set by the Medical Council of Canada (MCC) at the appropriate time. ... Medical students are required to participate fully in medical education experiences which occur at various times and communities outside of the St. John’s metropolitan area throughout the undergraduate medical education program.

  14. 4.10.4 Evaluation of Ph.D. and Psy.D. Theses
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 4 General Regulations - 4.10 Theses and Reports
    that the candidate not be allowed to proceed to the oral defence at this time**; or ... The Final Oral Examination and Defence of Thesis will take place at a time and place to be determined by the Dean of Graduate Studies and will be chaired by the Dean or delegate. The presence of all members of the Examining Board is normally required.

  15. 5.6 Regulations for the Honours Degree of Bachelor of Business Administration
    In: Faculty of Business Administration - 5 Program Regulations
    obtain at least a 75% average and a grade point average of at least 3.5 on the courses prescribed in The Curriculum. Candidates are not permitted to repeat or substitute courses for the purpose of meeting these criteria. 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 these averages. This may mean that failed courses will be used in calculating this grade point average even when the courses were later repeated and passed or, in the case of electives, replaced with other courses later in a candidate’s academic career.

  16. 11.4 Academic Term 4 Courses
    In: Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science - 11 Course Descriptions
    examines fundamental data structures; recursive structures and generic programming techniques; modularity and reusability; time complexity and efficient data structures; procedural abstraction; data abstraction and precise documentation of data structures. ... begins with an introduction to systems and signals, and includes mechanical and electrical analogues; principles of linear superposition and time-invariance; definitions, properties, and use of the delta function; applications of complex variables and functions; impulse and step responses; input-output relations of continuous-time systems in terms of convolution and transfer functions; frequency response plots; the Fourier transform and applications; Laplace transforms with application to filtering, communications, and controls.

  17. 11.1 Biochemistry
    In: Faculty of Science - 11 Program Regulations
    Students who wish to enrol in any of these programs should plan their program well in advance so that they will have taken the appropriate prerequisites. Entry to a number of required courses is limited and will be determined by academic performance. Required courses should be taken in the year indicated by the course numbers so as to avoid timetable clashes and missing prerequisites which could prolong the time necessary to complete the program. Students are advised to consult with the Department at the earliest opportunity.

  18. 8 Admission/Readmission Regulations for the Faculty of Education
    In: Faculty of Education
    The screening procedures of any given agency may change from time to time and are beyond the control of the University. ... The application for admission or readmission to programs offered by the Faculty of Education is submitted online; current and returning Memorial University of Newfoundland applicants should apply using the Admissions menu within Memorial Self-Service at www5.mun.ca/admit/twbkwbis.P_WWWLogin. Applicants who are new to Memorial University of Newfoundland should follow the application instructions at www.mun.ca/undergrad/apply. Transcripts from institutions other than Memorial University of Newfoundland and any other supporting documents required must be sent to the Office of the Registrar in accordance with the deadlines specified for each program in the Application Deadline Dates table below. Applications received later than the stated deadline dates will be processed as time and resources permit.

  19. 7.2 Promotion Status (Engineering One)
    In: Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science - 7 Promotion Regulations
    Promotion from Engineering One guarantees admission to one of the six majors, but not necessarily to a student’s preferred major. The Faculty reserves the right to establish the capacity of each major. The Faculty also reserves the right to guarantee admission into a particular major at the time of admission into the Engineering program. A student promoted to Academic Term 3 with an Engineering One promotion average of 75% and greater is guaranteed a preferred major.

  20. 5.1 Regulations for Business Minors
    In: Faculty of Business Administration - 5 Program Regulations
    Students who wish to undertake either Business minor program must have completed a minimum of 30 credit hours. Application is made in the space provided on the Declaration/Change of Academic Program Form which must then be approved by the Dean of the Faculty of Business Administration or delegate. The form may be obtained in person at the Office of the Registrar or at www.mun.ca/regoff/registration/Declare_Change_Academic_Program.pdf. Admission into the minor program is selective: at the time of application a student must have a cumulative average of at least 65%.


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