Registration in University Courses
Permission to register in any university course will be granted only upon prior fulfilment of the requirements for university admission.
Undergraduate Program Reform Policies
Elective Course Credit For All Music Courses
At its meeting of May 20, 2005, Senate approved that all Music half (0.5) and full (1.0) credit courses will be accepted as elective options in all undergraduate degree programs that participate in New Academic Choices, subject to graduation requirements.
Brescia University College Eligibility For Modules in Health Sciences (BHSc) and Kinesiology
School of Kinesiology
Students may apply for admission to the Major module in the Kinesiology BA program while enrolled at Brescia University College. Due to the limited enrollment nature of the program, applications for the Major module for both internal and external senior transfer students from Brescia (i.e., those who wish to transfer in Year 2, 3 or 4) will be assessed by the School of Kinesiology in the Faculty of Health Sciences. Brescia students doing a Double Major that includes a Kinesiology Major module will receive the degree associated with the program in which they are enrolled at Brescia University College. Please consult the Academic Counsellor at Brescia University College for further information. For further information see: http://www.uwo.ca/univsec/handbook/general/HS&BUC.pdf
Area of Concentration
Course Residency Requirements
1. Students fulfilling all the requirements for graduation in any bachelor degree program at Western must complete at least 10.0 courses (including 5.0 senior courses) at Western or one of its Affiliated University Colleges;
Transfer students admitted with transfer credit must complete a minimum of 5.0 senior courses in the 15.0-course degree programs or 10.0 courses in the four-year and honors programs.
2. Not more than 5.0 courses may be taken at another university on a Letter of Permission to fulfill graduation requirements for any baccalaureate program at Western.
Three-Year (15-Course) Degree Programs
This policy came into effect on September 1, 2002, when the Grade Point System was withdrawn and the new Progression Requirements implemented.
Three-year degree programs are composed of 15.0 courses chosen in accordance with degree objective and departmental regulations. Four-year honors degree programs are similar except that the total number of courses is not fewer than 20.0.
Progression in the three-year, 15.0-course programs is based on two levels of progression requirements that specify the minimum cumulative averages that must be achieved for each level.
Honors Program in French - Besanšon
Students who successfully complete a university sponsored year abroad study program at The University of Besancon are granted credit for these studies toward a UWO honors degree in French only. If for reasons beyond their control, students are unable to complete the honors program at UWO, they may petition the Dean of the Faculty of Arts for this regulation to be waived.
Registration in University Courses SR.96-160a
Elective Course Credit for Music S.05-88
Brescia University College/BHSc/Kinesiology S.05-10
Course Residency SR.02-10
Three-Year Degree Programs S.02-10
Honors Program in French S.1853