Before you register for first year

1. Read the First-Year Registration Guide

You are responsible for registering for your classes. The 2018-2019 First Year registration guide has the key information that will help you plan your first year.

2. Note this important information about first-year math

CREDIT FOR ADVANCED PLACEMENT MATH

The College of Engineering will accept your credit for AP MATH 110.3 (with a grade of 4 or higher), to fulfill the MATH 123.3 first-year common core requirement, HOWEVER, it is still strongly recommended that you take or audit MATH 123.3. This is to ensure you have the best foundation possible to meet the academic demands of MATH 124.3

REGISTERED FOR MATH 123.3? TAKE THE MATH PLACEMENT TEST

If you are registered in MATH 123.3 in Term 1, you are expected to reserve a seat to write the Math Placement Test (MPT) as early as possible in the summer:

1. Test Dates: Reservation is required. Go to the Math Placement Test website.
2. Sample Tests are available for you to practice on beforehand.

3. Confirm which science electives you need to take

First-year students who intend to register in the Chemical Engineering program are advised to complete CHEM 115.3 in their first year; otherwise, they must take the course in the first term of their second year.

First-year students who intend to register in the Civil Engineering, Geological Engineering, or Environmental Engineering programs are advised to complete GEOL 121.3 in their first year; otherwise, they must take the course in the first term of their second year.

Undergraduate students registered in the Environmental Engineering program must complete BIOL 120.3CHEM 115.3, and GEOL 121.3 by the end of their second year.

4. Be prepared to follow up

If the class section in one of your blocks is already full, please keep trying on PAWS until the end of August for Term 1 classes and until end of December for Term 2 classes.

If you are still unable to register, please come to the Engineering Student Centre during the first week of classes.