Course Mapping

Do you need help figuring out how to pick courses for your degree plan, electives and certificates?

Degree Requirements

The first step of course mapping is to understand your degree requirements.

If you are in a Bachelor of Arts Honours program these are the degree options available to you. Keep in mind that no matter the option you choose your degree must encompass 120.0 units in order to graduate.

If you are in a Bachelor of Science or Computing Honours program these are the degree options available to you. Keep in mind that no matter the option you choose your degree must encompass 120.0 units in order to graduate.

Certificates

If you are intersted in adding a certificate to your degree remember that not all of the certificate courses can be counted as electives towards your degree. Some of the certificate courses must be taken on top of the 120.0 units needed to graduate with an honours degree. If you have questions or are wishing to know what certificates are offered you can check out the Certificates page.

Plan Requirements

Once you know your degree requirements it is time to look at your specific plan requirements.

Under the Academic Calender, the Degree Plans and Course Lists document specifies what courses are required for each individual plan, and can show you what courses you need in order to graduate.

The Courses of Instruction document can provide you with the course descriptions of each course that is listed under your plan in the Academic Calender.

Further, you can run your AAR (Academic Advicement Report) to determine how far along you are in your plan requirements and what is still required.

Once you have taken a look at these resources you can use this worksheet to help you map out your degree.

If you still have questions be sure to book an appointment with one of our academic advisors to go over all of your requirements to graduate.