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  1. 8.20.1 Program of Study
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 8 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Arts - 8.20 Religious Studies
    Normally, the Master of Arts program with thesis option should take two years to complete, the first of which is to be spent primarily on course work and preparation of a thesis proposal. A student accepted on a part-time basis would normally be expected to take three to five years to complete the program. ... Normally, the Master of Arts program with a project option should take one year (three semesters) to complete, the first two semesters spent on course work and the third semester on completing the project.

  2. 34.22.1 Program of Study
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 34 Regulations Governing the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy - 34.22 Linguistics
    Initially, candidates must obtain approval for their Ph.D. thesis topics from the Graduate Studies Committee of the Department, in consultation with the Supervisory Committee. The thesis topic is normally selected before the end of the second full year in the program. Once the topic is approved, a more detailed thesis proposal must be presented to the Department in both written and oral format, and must receive formal Departmental approval prior to the writing of the thesis.

  3. 13.30 Theatre
    In: Grenfell Campus - 13 Course Descriptions
    is a full semester's work, utilizing both the Harlow Campus and Grenfell Campus, comprising a "thesis production" involving fourth-year acting and stagecraft students in major responsibilities. A practical component in Theatre Criticism utilizing the resources of the Harlow Campus proximity to London and Stratford. A series of Master Classes, Workshops, Field Trips and Guest Lectures offered by members of the theatre profession in England. A project in a selected area of theatre history.

  4. 4.7.3 Deferral of Examinations
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 4 General Regulations - 4.7 Evaluation
    Students who are prevented by illness or bereavement or other acceptable cause, duly authenticated, from writing a deferred examination, may apply, in writing, with supporting documents within one week of the scheduled date of the deferred examination to the appropriate Department Head to have the examination 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.

  5. 14.14.2.4 Honours Degree in French
    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 completing the Honours program in French must have spent at least two semesters 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 an Honours Degree in French. Students with extenuating circumstances should consult with the Head of the Department for alternative options.

  6. 25.19.3 Courses
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 25 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Science - 25.19 Physics and Physical Oceanography
    6403 Stochastic Processes, Time-Dependent and Non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics ... 6402 Theory of Phase Transitions ... 6413 Soft Matter Physics ... 6502 Electrodynamics ... 6400 Statistical Mechanics ... 6363 Laboratory Experiments in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics ... 6323 Stability Theory ... 6324 Models in Ocean Ecology ... 6360-69 Special Topics in Physical Oceanography (excluding 6363)

  7. 34.4.2 Courses
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 34 Regulations Governing the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy - 34.4 Biology
    7931 Research Methods in Genetic Biotechnology (Note: Biology 7931 may be delivered in an accelerated format outside of the regular semester time frame) ... 7300 Ornithology (credit cannot be obtained if already received for Biology 4620) ... 7220 Quantitative Methods in Biology (credit cannot be obtained if already received for Biology 4605) ... 7201 Topics in Cellular and Molecular Biology and Physiology

  8. 34.2.1 Program of Study
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 34 Regulations Governing the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy - 34.2 Archaeology
    As stated in the General Regulations for Graduate Studies, the time limit for completion of the Degree is 7 years. ... The Ph.D. Comprehensive Examination shall be administered in accordance with General Regulations, Comprehensive Examinations. The examination may be oral, written or both, and shall consist normally of three sessions, each of up to three hours duration, within a one week period, or three (3) one week take home examinations. Candidates will prepare for these examinations by undertaking supervised readings in three fields prescribed by the three members of the comprehensive exam committee. The examination will deal with specified areas of archaeology. The examination will normally be scheduled in the third week of November each year in the second year of the candidate’s program.

  9. 8.4 Evaluation
    In: Faculty of Medicine - 8 Postgraduate Medical Training
    Effective July 1, 2017, residency programs at Memorial University of Newfoundland began implementing Competency Based Medical Education. Competence by Design (CBD) is a mandated initiative of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) that will transition medical education from a traditional time-based model to a hybrid form of competency-based medical education. The Competency-based curriculum for Family Medicine residency programs is called the Triple C Competency-based Curriculum. For more information regarding Competency Based Medical Education and the rollout schedule for residency programs at Memorial University of Newfoundland, visit the Postgraduate Medical Education (PGME) website at www.med.mun.ca/pgme, the RCPSC website at www.royalcollege.ca/rcsite/home-e, and the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) website at www.cfpc.ca/Home.

  10. 21.4.3 Graduate Diploma in Nursing (Post Masterís Nurse Practitioner)
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 21 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Nursing - 21.4 Programs of Study
    The maximum time frame from commencement of the first core NP course until program completion shall normally be no longer than 3 years. ... 690X Advanced Clinical Practicum 4 (The integrated practice component will normally consist of a minimum of 400 hours of preceptored specialty clinical practice and biweekly seminars). ... Programs for some candidates may exceed the above minimum requirements.

  11. 6.1 Bachelor of Nursing (Collaborative) Program 4-Year Option
    In: School of Nursing - 6 Program Regulations
    Clinical course hours may occur at any time during the semester. Clinical courses may be offered in whole or in part outside the normal start and end dates of a semester. ... NURS 3515 ... NURS 3113 ... NURS 3104 ... 3 credit hours chosen from the former Philosophy 2500-2599 or Religious Studies 2610 ... Year 3 ... NURS 3000 ... Academic Term 6 ... NURS 3015 ... Winter

  12. 1 Note
    In: General Information
    The contents of this calendar set forth the intentions of the University at the time of publication, with respect to the matters contained therein. THE UNIVERSITY EXPRESSLY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO DEVIATE FROM WHAT APPEARS IN THE CALENDAR WITHOUT NOTICE, including both the content and scheduling therein, in whole or in part, and including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the right to revise the content of, and to cancel, defer, reschedule or suspend, in whole or in part, the scheduling of particular periods of instruction, courses, or programs, and the academic program of the University, and to alter, accelerate or defer fees and charges, and to do any or all of the above either in order to serve what the University considers to be the best interests of the academic or student community or of the University itself, or because of any circumstance or occurrence, whether occurring by or through the wilful act or negligence of the University, its agents, servants and employees, or otherwise and whether or not beyond the reasonable or other control of the University, and without limiting the generality of the foregoing, as a result of circumstances or occurrences including financial resources, natural catastrophe or disaster, the health, safety and well-being of the employees or students of the University, labour disagreements or disputes, slow-downs, work-stoppages, and strikes. THE UNIVERSITY DOES NOT ACCEPT, AND HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS, ANY OR ALL RESPONSIBILITY OR LIABILITY to any person, persons or group, for any loss, injury, damages or adverse effect, either direct or indirect, consequential or otherwise, arising out of any one or more of such deviations. The University hereby disclaims liability to any person who may suffer loss as a result of reliance upon any information contained in this calendar.

  13. 15.6.1 Communication Studies
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Course Descriptions - 15.6 English
    (same as the former English 4402) is a full semester working on a selected project, to culminate in the creation of a completed video. Students, working in groups, established by the Diploma in Stage and Screen Technique Program Coordinator, will be required to participate in all aspects of production. ... 4001 ... PR: CMST 2000 and 2001 and 9 additional credit hours chosen from Program and Regulations, Elective Courses, List A or B

  14. 19.2.1 Admission Requirements
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 19 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Maritime Management - 19.2 Program
    Applications received after listed deadlines will be considered as time and resources permit. ... In exceptional cases, applicants who have not completed an undergraduate degree, but who meet all other requirements, may be considered for admission. Preference will be given to those who have at least 10 years of relevant professional and managerial experience, and have successfully completed several years of post-secondary studies. Applicants who do not meet normal admission requirements shall be required to complete, with a high level of achievement, certain undergraduate courses before being considered for admission.

  15. 18.2.1 Admission Requirements
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 18 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Marine Studies and the Graduate Diploma in Marine Studies (Fisheries Resource Management) - 18.2 Master of Marine Studies (Fisheries Resource Management)
    Applications received after listed deadlines will be considered as time and resources permit. ... The deadlines for submission of applications for candidates wishing to enter the program are as follows: ... Fall (September) semester: June 15 ... Spring (May): semester: February 15 ... Information regarding the TOEFL is available from the Educational Testing Service at www.ets.org. IELTS information is available at www.ielts.org. It is noted that other equivalent tests acceptable to the School of Graduate Studies will also be considered.

  16. 4 Glossary of Terms Used in This Calendar
    In: General Information
    Courses offered outside of the normal time frame: ... is a course that is offered in a shorter time frame than a semester or session. ... is any part of the evaluation in a course which is to be completed by the student in a supervised setting, at a time and location designated by the University.

  17. 34.1.1 Program of Study
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 34 Regulations Governing the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy - 34.1 Anthropology
    As stated in the General Regulations for Graduate Studies, the time limit for completion of the Degree is 7 years. ... The Ph.D. Comprehensive Examination shall be administered in accordance with General Regulations, Comprehensive Examinations. The examination may be oral, written or both, and shall consist normally of three sessions, each of up to three hours duration, within a one week period, or three (3) one week take home examinations. A student will prepare for these examinations by undertaking supervised readings in three fields prescribed by the three members of the comprehensive exam committee. The examination will deal with specified areas of social/cultural anthropology. The examination will normally be scheduled in the third week of November each year in the second year of the student’s program.

  18. 16.6 Internship
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 16 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Gender Studies
    Internship placement shall be for one semester. Part-time internships of two semesters will require approval from the proposed agency or institution and the Graduate Studies Advisory Committee. ... Should the Head, Department of Gender Studies, on the recommendation of the Supervisory Committee, terminate the internship prior to its completion, it may recommend to the Dean of Graduate Studies one of the following:

  19. 13.26 Religious Studies
    In: Grenfell Campus - 13 Course Descriptions
    Judaism at the Time of Jesus ... will explore the developments in Jewish thought, institutions, beliefs, and practices from the Babylonian Exile of the sixth century B.C.E. to the time of Jesus, King Herod and the Roman Empire of the first century C.E. ... Paul and His Writings ... 3210 ... is a study of the writings of the Apostle Paul in the New Testament. and his contribution to Christianity in the cultural and historical milieu in which he lived and was active.

  20. 11.1 Canadian Centre for Fisheries Innovation (CCFI)
    In: General Information - 11 Special Divisions and Separately Incorporated Entities
    The organization works with industry clients to identify needs. It then collaborates with scientific and technical faculty and staff to devise solutions to meet those needs. CCFI works to ensure that the initiatives are organized, on time and directed to address the specific needs of the industry clients. The Centre also funds these projects, when required. ... Improved and More Efficient Fishing Platforms


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