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  1. 14.2.6.3 Work Term Placement
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 14 Programs and Regulations - 14.2 Archaeology - 14.2.6 Major in Archaeology (Co-operative)
    Work terms must involve full-time work and are normally paid. ... A student is expected to submit, within a month from starting a Work Term, a plan of the intended work that term, following the template provided by the Department of Archaeology. ... The start and end dates for each work term are shown in the University Diary. ... A student who has been accepted to the ACE Program may obtain a term placement outside the competition. Such employment positions must be confirmed by the employer, and must be approved by the ACE Coordinator.

  2. 8 Postgraduate Medical Training
    In: Faculty of Medicine
    Postgraduate medical training is offered in residency programs leading to certification by either the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC). These are full-time training programs comprised of hands-on practical training complemented by formal teaching and academic study. Residency programs are completed in a structured learning environment consisting of hospital and community based teaching units, supervised by faculty. Residents are required to participate fully in all medical education experiences that occur at various times and communities throughout their respective residency program.

  3. 34.35.1 Program of Study
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 34 Regulations Governing the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy - 34.35 Sociology
    A written comprehensive examination, followed by a supplementary oral examination, shall normally be completed by full-time students by the end of the 5th semester of the program. Normally, part-time students shall take the examination within one year of the completion of prescribed courses. In accordance with General Regulations, Comprehensive Examinations, candidates must demonstrate knowledge of their special areas of research within the context of the discipline of Sociology. The examination shall consist of two components: a written and an oral examination. The written component shall be comprised of two essays: one in a broad area (e.g. theory, methods, social inequality, etc.) and a second in the candidate’s area of specialization. The oral component will examine the candidate in areas covered by the written component.

  4. 34.23 M.D.-Ph.D.
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 34 Regulations Governing the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy
    The M.D.-Ph.D. program is offered by full-time study to highly motivated students with an excellent academic record who wish to obtain an M.D. and a Ph.D., and whose academic excellence, research potential, and the suitability of the proposed research training environment is acceptable to the Program Admissions and Advisory Committee.

  5. 8.6.1 Program of Study
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 8 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Arts - 8.6 Archaeology
    The Degree of Master of Arts is offered in Archaeology by either full-time or part-time study. ... Normally, during the second semester of the first year of study in the program, a written thesis proposal which has been approved by the student’s Supervisor(s) will be circulated to all members of the Department. The written thesis proposal should be made available to faculty members at least two weeks prior to the scheduled date of a student’s oral presentation and defence of the proposal.

  6. 20.1 Program of Study
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 20 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Music
    The Degree of Master of Music (M.Mus.) is offered by full-time study, normally commencing in the Fall semester. Three areas of specialization are offered: ... The specialization of Ethnomusicology is available through the degrees Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy. For further information see the section Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Arts, Ethnomusicology and the section Regulations Governing the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Ethnomusicology, respectively.

  7. 14.16.7.2 Program of Study
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 14 Programs and Regulations - 14.16 Political Science - 14.16.7 Honours and Major in Political Science (Co-operative)
    Students’ status in the program is assessed at the end of each semester. To be eligible to continue, students must maintain full-time student status (9 or more credits in a semester) and maintain a cumulative average of at least 65% and an average of at least 70% in Political Science courses. Students who fail to maintain the required averages will be required to withdraw from the PSCE. Such students may apply for readmission in a subsequent year after re-establishing the required averages.

  8. 6.2.1 Advanced Diploma in Tourism Studies
    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
    Students who wish to undertake the Advanced Diploma in Tourism Studies must have completed a post-secondary diploma or degree in any field, or possess at least five years of full-time, relevant work experience or equivalent. Applicants must apply using the Admissions menu within Memorial Self-Service at www5.mun.ca/admit/twbkwbis.P_WWWLogin or for current students in the space provided on the DECLARATION/CHANGE OF ACADEMIC PROGRAM form, which must then be approved by the Chair of the Tourism Studies Program. Admission into this program is limited and competitive.

  9. 9.4 Bachelor of Education (Post-Secondary) as a Second Degree
    In: Faculty of Education - 9 Program Regulations
    The Bachelor of Education (Post-Secondary) as a Second Degree is a full or part-time, 36 credit hour program intended for students who have completed an appropriate Bachelor’s degree. ... Elective Courses in Education ... ED 2700, 2710, 2730, 2740, 3280, 4735 ... 12 credit hours chosen from ED 2720, 2800, 2801, 2803, 2806, 3210, 3730, 3801, 4730 with no more than 6 credit hours at the 2000 level

  10. 4.1.2 Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) for Working Professionals, Part-Time Program
    In: School of Pharmacy - 4 Description of Programs - 4.1 Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)
    The Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) for Working Professionals is a part-time undergraduate program designed for practicing pharmacists who wish to remain employed while pursuing the degree of Doctor of Pharmacy. A cohort-based learning environment offers an effective blend of theory and practice. The program is comprised of 15 courses totalling 55 credit hours and can be completed either as a three- or a four-year option. The program supports a patient-centered course of study and will be delivered through a combination of online courses, on-campus clinical skills workshops, and experiential learning.

  11. 6.10.2 Procedure and Criteria
    In: University Regulations - 6 General Academic Regulations (Undergraduate) - 6.10 Dean's and Vice-President's List
    The student must have attended full-time in at least two of the three preceding semesters. ... In consideration of specific program requirements, individual academic units may include students who have successfully completed, over the three preceding semesters, a course load other than 27 credit hours, but which is consistent with the course load defined by the program.

  12. 8.3 A Period of Expansion
    In: General Information - 8 General Information
    With university status, Memorial University of Newfoundland entered a period of rapid growth that was to continue into the 70s. In 1949-1950, there was a student body of 307 in the new university; in the academic year 1961-1962, when the university moved to its present St. John’s campus, the student enrolment had reached 1,745 full-time and 152 part-time. Ten years later, 1971-1972, the student population, including full- and part-time students in degree programs, was 10,980.

  13. 25.8.1 Program of Study
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 25 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Science - 25.8 Chemistry
    The Degree of Master of Science in Chemistry is offered as full-time or part-time study. ... Candidates are normally required to successfully complete Chemistry 6001 (Master's Seminar) and a minimum of 6 credit hours of graduate Chemistry courses with a minimum B grade. Additional program courses may be assigned by the Supervisory Committee.

  14. 5.1 Industrial Internship Option
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 5 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Applied Science
    shall normally spend at least two continuous semesters on campus on a full-time basis as a graduate student at this University ... shall submit monthly reports to a university supervisor appointed by their Board of Studies, and shall submit a concise progress report to their Board of Studies no later than the end of each semester while on an internship

  15. 14.7.1 Intensive English Program
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 14 Programs and Regulations - 14.7 English as a Second Language
    Memorial University of Newfoundland's full-time, non-credit Intensive English Program (IEP) is designed to improve English language skills for academic, professional and personal purposes. Reading, writing, speaking and listening skills are covered, and workshops on culture and social activities promoting integration with the local community also form part of the program.

  16. 4.3.6.1 General
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 4 General Regulations - 4.3 Registration - 4.3.6 Leaves of Absence
    A leave of absence is a period of time during which a student is not required to register; no fees are assessed; and the time granted is not counted in the maximum time period permitted for a graduate program (see Period of Study). ... An application for leave will normally be made before the end of the registration period in the first semester for which leave is requested. Requests received after the end of the regular registration period, and approved, will be charged an administration fee as indicated at the Financial and Administrative Services website at www.mun.ca/finance/fees/.

  17. 7.2.3 Student Withdrawal
    In: School of Pharmacy - 7 Promotion Regulations - 7.2 Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) for Working Professionals, Part-Time Program
    A student may be required to withdraw from the program at any time, if, in the opinion of the Dean of Pharmacy, the student is unlikely to benefit from continued attendance or if acceptable cause is demonstrated. The Dean will recommend to the Registrar that the student is required to withdraw from the program.

  18. 5.1.4 Environment and Sustainability Degree
    In: Grenfell Campus - 5 Description of Programs - 5.1 General Degrees
    The Bachelor of Environment and Sustainability is offered under the School of Science and the Environment. The Bachelor of Environment and Sustainability is a four-year program comprised of 40 courses (120 credit hours) and may be completed on a full or part-time basis. The program aims to produce environmental specialists who have an understanding of ethics, as well as the many ecological, social, and economic factors that influence environmental decision making. The program offers students the opportunity to Major in either Resource Management or Environmental Studies. For specific admission and program requirements see Admission/Readmission Regulations for Programs Offered by the School of Science and the Environment and Program Regulations - General and Honours Degree, School of Science and the Environment.

  19. 5.4 Other Information
    In: School of Human Kinetics and Recreation - 5 Admission/Readmission Regulations for the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation
    Students admitted full time to a program and who decline the offer of admission or who fail to register for courses during the Fall term of admission will be considered withdrawn from the program. Such students, if they subsequently wish to be considered for admission, must submit a new application for admission to the program. This application must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar by the March 1 deadline date and will be considered in competition with other applications.

  20. 5.5 Other Information
    In: Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science - 5 Admission/Readmission Regulations for the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
    A student admitted full-time to the program and who declines the offer of admission or who fails to register for the appropriate courses during the term of admission will be considered withdrawn from the program. Such a student, if subsequently wishing to be considered for admission, must submit a new application for admission to the program. This application must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar by the appropriate deadline date in Application Forms and Deadlines above and will be considered in competition with other applications.


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