Show Your Independence
In addition to your regular courses, you have the opportunity to participate in Independent Study.
Independent Study may be taken for credit inside or outside of the student’s major subject or in an interdisciplinary mode. Some major programs require an Independent Study component. A maximum of five Independent Study courses may count for degree credit. Combined Degrees students may count only three. Independent Study numbers 2990, 3990 and 4990 indicate the level of advancement.
Admission to Independent Study is achieved through consent of the instructor, who agrees to guide the Study, and by approval of the Department and the Dean. Enrolment may be for a regular semester or during a Summer Session. Credit for Independent Study is at the discretion of the Department, upon recommendation of the instructor. Grades are due at the end of the term of registration, as for regular courses.
Since Independent Study is intended to expand a student’s program beyond the limits of the regular curriculum, it may not be used to duplicate course offerings.
Contact your home Department or Program Coordinator for more information on current Research or Independent Studies opportunities.
To print a copy of the independent studies form, please visit the Student Enrolment and Registrar Services website.