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  1. 6.12.6.5 Penalties in the Case of Resolution by the Senate Committee on Undergraduate Studies or the Senate Committee on Academic Appeals
    In: University Regulations - 6 General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate) - 6.12 Academic Misconduct - 6.12.6 Procedures for Resolution of Alleged Academic Offences by the Senate Committee on Undergraduate Studies
    Resubmission: of work with appropriate reduction in grade; will allow a student to complete and submit the work a second time. ... Expulsion: the recommendation for expulsion from the University will be made by the Senate Committee on Undergraduate Studies or the Senate Committee on Academic Appeals to the President of the University for a final decision. Prior to the President’s decision, the Senate Committee on Undergraduate Studies or the Senate Committee on Academic Appeals will notify the accused, in writing or by email, of the recommendation for expulsion from the University. The accused will be allowed a period of two weeks following the date of release of such notification to lodge an appeal before the President’s final decision concerning expulsion from the University. If the penalty was assigned by the Senate Committee on Undergraduate Studies, any such appeal should be made in writing or by email to the Senate Committee on Academic Appeals, c/o the Office of the Registrar. If the penalty was assigned by the Senate Committee on Academic Appeals, any such appeal should be made in writing or by email to the Executive Committee of Senate, c/o the Office of the Registrar.

  2. 12.9 Ocean Sciences
    In: Faculty of Science - 12 Course Descriptions
    PR: to be determined at the time of offer ... PR: to be determined at the time of offer ... PR: to be determined at the time of offer ... PR: to be determined at the time of offer ... LH: either three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory per week or a two-week intensive course that embodies equivalent instructional time

  3. 15.12 German
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Course Descriptions
    OR: includes a 4- week field school in Germany in August, which lengthens the time frame for the course by approximately two weeks ... OR: includes a 4- week field school in Germany in August, which lengthens the time frame for the course by approximately two weeks ... OR: includes a four week field school in Germany in August, which lengthens the time frame for the course by approximately two weeks

  4. 15.29.1 Police Studies
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Course Descriptions - 15.29 Sociology
    introduces students to the Correctional Systems in Canada and their role in Canadian Criminal Justice. Topics covered in this course include: the evolution of punishment and corrections in Canada, the purpose of prison, the classification of federal prisoners, the prisoner subculture or ‘inmate’ code, violence inside prisons, and community corrections after full custody incarceration.

  5. 6.8.2 Exemptions From Final Examinations and Procedures for Applying to Write Deferred Final Examinations
    In: University Regulations - 6 General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate) - 6.8 Final Examinations
    A student who is prevented from writing a deferred final examination by illness, bereavement, or other acceptable cause, duly authenticated in writing, may apply, with supporting documents, to have the deferred final examination further deferred. This application should be made via telephone or in writing through the student’s University approved e-mail account to the head of the appropriate academic unit (or delegate) and the course instructor. This application should be made in advance of the examination wherever possible, but no later than 48 hours after the original date of the examination. If application is made by telephone, written confirmation must then be received by the head of the appropriate academic unit (or delegate) within seven calendar days of the original date of the examination. The examination will be postponed to a time not later than the last date for examinations in the semester following that in which the student was enrolled in the course. The following supporting documentation is required:

  6. 34.9.3 Program of Study
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 34 Regulations Governing the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy - 34.9 Education
    If the proposal is not acceptable, the candidate will normally be permitted a second attempt. The revised proposal must be submitted and deemed acceptable by the Supervisory Committee within a semester. Failure to resubmit within this time period will lead to termination of the candidate's program. ... Second member of candidate's supervisory committee ... Dean of School of Graduate Studies or delegate (non-voting)

  7. 13.23 Physics
    In: Grenfell Campus - 13 Course Descriptions
    covers vector operations, coordinate transformations, derivative of vectors, Newton’s laws, differential equations, kinematics and dynamics of a particle, linear and quadratic air resistance, terminal velocity, momentum of a time varying mass, center of mass systems, angular momentum, moment of inertia, energy, work-energy theorem, forces as the gradient of potential energy, time dependent potential energy, curvilinear one-dimensional systems, energy of a multiparticle system, calculus of variations, and Lagrangian Dynamics.

  8. 14.13.3 Other Courses
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 14 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Engineering - 14.13 Courses
    9875 Embedded and Real-Time Systems Design ... 9862 Power System Protection ... 9850/53 Special Topics in Power Systems and Controls ... 9863 Grid Integration of Energy Systems ... 9868 ASIC Design ... 9873 Image Communications ... 9872 Digital Communications9866 Fault-Tolerant Computing (formerly 9846) ... 9869 Advanced Concurrent Programming ... 9849 Power System Protection

  9. 13.14 Folklore
    In: Grenfell Campus - 13 Course Descriptions
    is an introduction to the full range of traditional verse, song and music. Stress primarily on the songs of Canada, the United States and the British Isles, with attention to Newfoundland parallels. Examination of traditional vocal and instrumental styles as well as verse forms. Some reference to non-Western musical traditions. A knowledge of music is not a prerequisite.

  10. 6.2.5.2 International Study Option
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 6 Degree Regulations - General and Honours Degrees - 6.2 International Bachelor of Arts (iBA) Degree Regulations - 6.2.5 International Experience Requirement
    Between their first registration at Memorial University of Newfoundland and the time of their graduation, a student will complete courses in an approved international study program, or complete an international exchange semester at one of Memorial University of Newfoundland’s approved partner institutes. These courses will require residency outside of Canada and are normally to be completed in 12 consecutive weeks.

  11. 12.4.4 Fourth Year Courses
    In: Faculty of Science - 12 Course Descriptions - 12.4 Computer Science
    PR: Special topics courses are not offered on a regular basis, but whenever departmental resources permit. For these reasons, the prerequisites can vary each time the courses are offered. ... CO: Special topics courses are not offered on a regular basis, but whenever departmental resources permit. For these reasons, the co-requisites can vary each time the courses are offered.

  12. 3 Background
    In: Faculty of Medicine
    Initially the Faculty of Medicine was housed in temporary buildings. With joint funding by the Federal and Provincial Governments, a Health Sciences Centre (HSC) was constructed on the North Campus of the University and was officially opened in 1978. This new building became home to the Faculty of Medicine General Hospital and the School of Nursing. Over time the building was expanded, and now it also houses the School of Pharmacy, the Janeway Children’s Health and Rehabilitation Centre, the Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Centre and the Agnes Cowan Hostel. The Health Sciences Centre contains a comprehensive health sciences library, animal care and research facilities, plus an appropriate range of teaching facilities to accommodate large lectures and demonstrations, small group discussions and seminars, clinical skills and laboratory sessions. The structure of the Health Sciences Centre facilitates integration between basic scientists, clinicians and allied health workers in the hospital, the University and the community. Clinical research facilities are located adjacent to basic research units and some research laboratories provide services in clinical investigation. Services such as cafeteria and stores are common to the Faculty of Medicine and the Eastern Regional Health Authority. In July 2014, the administrative offices of the Faculty of Medicine moved into the new adjacent Medical Education Centre where classes began for students in September, 2014. The Craig L. Dobbin Research Centre on the third, fourth, and fifth floors of the building opened in May, 2015.

  13. 15.8 Folklore
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Course Descriptions
    (same as the former Anthropology 2300) is a survey of the full range of folklore in the province, with an emphasis on community and regional identity. ... (same as Religious Studies 4460) examines how established global religions and new forms of spirituality manifest themselves and are religion as it is "lived" on a daily basis in a variety of local contexts worldwide. It focuses primarily on forms of belief and spirituality that are informally expressed. Drawing upon various cultural contexts, the course addresses such notions as space and time; metaphysical powers; religious material culture, music, and verbal art; and the role and power of the holy person. All sections of this course follow International Studies guidelines available at www.mun.ca/hss/IS.

  14. 14.14.2.2 French Major 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 majoring in French must have spent at least eight 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 Major in French. Students with extenuating circumstances should consult with the Head of the Department for alternative options.

  15. 5.2.3 Regulations for the Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Commerce (Co-operative) and Bachelor of Arts
    In: Faculty of Business Administration - 5 Program Regulations - 5.2 Regulations for General Degree of Bachelor of Commerce (Co-operative)
    These adjustments to the normal curriculum will only be permitted for students who are graduating with the Bachelor of Commerce (Co-operative) degree and the Bachelor of Arts degree at the same convocation. In order to meet all of the requirements of both degree programs at the same time, students who are completing the joint degrees are strongly advised to follow Table 2 Bachelor of Commerce (Co-operative) Curriculum (Completed Jointly with the Bachelor of Arts).

  16. 12.2 Biology
    In: Faculty of Science - 12 Course Descriptions
    LC: either three hours of lecture per week or a two-week field course that embodies equivalent instructional time ... LH: Three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory per week or a three week on-campus course that embodies equivalent instructor time ... LC: either three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory per week or a two-week field course that embodies equivalent instructional time

  17. 34.31.2 Courses
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 34 Regulations Governing the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy - 34.31 Physics and Physical Oceanography
    6403 Stochastic Processes, Time-Dependent and NonEquilibrium Statistical Mechanics ... 6323 ... 6820 ... 6003 ... 6304 ... 6303 ... 6321 ... 6402 ... 6821 ... 6200 ... 6401 ... 6822 ... 6318 ... 6050 ... 6000 ... Former Course ... 6304 ... 6001 ... 6002 ... 6303 ... 6321 ... 6051 ... 6308 ... 6312 ... 6317 ... 6501 ... 6502 ... 6302 ... 6823 ... 6722 ... For Geophysics, see Earth Sciences.

  18. 11.5 Academic Term 5 Courses
    In: Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science - 11 Course Descriptions
    includes basic concepts in probability, random variables, multiple random variables, descriptive statistics. The random processes component reviews mathematics of functions; introduces system input-output relations of continuous-time systems; contrasts time vs frequency domain representations; introduces frequency response plots and the Fourier transform. A probabilistic approach to ship damage, representation of ocean waves (in time and frequency domains), Response Amplitude Operators (RAO), and acceptable levels of risk for design are introduced and applied.

  19. 12.5.3 Third Year
    In: Faculty of Science - 12 Course Descriptions - 12.5 Earth Sciences
    examines the application of basic concepts and fundamental principles of geochemistry in evaluating natural and human-induced change through time on the interaction of the Earth's lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere and biosphere; includes the effects of contaminants on global change. Laboratory time will be used for short field- based studies and for exercises examining the effects of contaminants on global change.

  20. 13.3 Music Theory and Composition Courses
    In: School of Music - 13 Course Descriptions
    is an introductory music theory and aural skills course focusing on reading, writing, and hearing basic and intermediate music rudiments that are associated with common practice Western art music. Topics include: pitch and rhythm, intervals, scales, chords, keys, time signatures, and musical terms. Emphasis will be placed on the aural comprehension of all pertinent topics.


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