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Course Selection Offerings List for Undergraduate Students

Fall 2016 (1169)

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Campus Codes
WLU - Wilfrid Laurier University
UW - University of Waterloo - Main
STP - St. Paul's University College
STJ - St. Jerome's University
REN - Renison University College
ONLN - Online
OFF - Off Campus
CGC - Conrad Grebel University Coll

SubjectCat NbrTitleTopicInstruction ModeCampusCourse Selection Notes
ACTSC 221Intro Fin Math(Non-Specialist)On CampusUW 
ACTSC 231Intro Financial MathematicsOn CampusUW 
ACTSC 232Life Contingencies 1On CampusUW 
ACTSC 331Life Contingencies 2On CampusUW 
ACTSC 371Intro to InvestmentsOn CampusUW 
ACTSC 372Corporate FinanceOn CampusUW 
ACTSC 431Loss Models 1On CampusUWHeld with ACTSC 831
ACTSC 432Loss Models 2On CampusUWHeld with ACTSC 832
ACTSC 445Quan Enterprise Risk MgtOn CampusUWHeld with ACTSC 845.
ACTSC 446Math of Financial MarketsOn CampusUWHeld with ACTSC 846
ACTSC 463Prop and Casualty Loss ReservOn CampusUW 
 
AFM 101Intro to Financial AccountingOn CampusUW 
AFM 123Accounting Info for ManagersOn CampusUW 
AFM 131Intro to Business in N.A.On CampusUW 
AFM 131Intro to Business in N.A.OnlineONLN 
AFM 202Intro to Public PracticeOn CampusUW 
AFM 203Intro to Decision SupportOn CampusUW 
AFM 204Intro to Applied FinanceOn CampusUW 
AFM 231Business LawOn CampusUW 
AFM 272Corporate Finance1On CampusUW 
AFM 273Managerial Finance 1On CampusUW 
AFM 291Intermed Financial Account 1On CampusUW 
AFM 321Personal Financial PlanningOn CampusUW 
AFM 323Quantitative FoundationsOn CampusUW 
AFM 333International BusinessOn CampusUWCross-listed and held with ARBUS 301
AFM 341Accounting Information SystemsOn CampusUW 
AFM 362Taxation 1 - FoundationsOn CampusUW 
AFM 373Cases & Apps in Corp FinanceOn CampusUW 
AFM 391Intermed Financial Account 2On CampusUW 
AFM 401Accounting TheoryOn CampusUW 
AFM 415Special TopicsUS TaxOn CampusUWU.S. TAX
AFM 417Special Topics in AccountingData Analytics 2On CampusUW 
AFM 424Equity InvestmentsOn CampusUW 
AFM 425Fixed Income SecuritiesOn CampusUW 
AFM 433Business StrategyOn CampusUW 
AFM 462Taxation 3On CampusUW 
AFM 476Advanced Corporate FinanceOn CampusUWCross-listed with ACTSC 471
AFM 477Mergers and AcquisitionsOn CampusUW 
AFM 478International Financial ManageOn CampusUW 
AFM 479Cases & Apps in Finance IIOn CampusUW 
AFM 482Perform Measur and Org ControlOn CampusUW 
AFM 491Advanced Financial AccountingOn CampusUW 
 
AHS 107Sociology of Activity & HealthOn CampusUW 
 
AMATH 231Calculus 4On CampusUW 
AMATH 250Intro Differential EquationsOn CampusUW 
AMATH 251Intro to Diff Equations (Adv)On CampusUW 
AMATH 271Intro to Theoretical MechanicsOn CampusUW 
AMATH 331Applied Real AnalysisOn CampusUWcross-listed with PMATH 331
AMATH 342Compu Methods for Diff EquatOn CampusUW 
AMATH 350Diff Equ for Bus and EconOn CampusUW 
AMATH 351Ordinary Diff Equations 2On CampusUW 
AMATH 390Mathematics and MusicOn CampusUW 
AMATH 442Comput Methods for PDEsOn CampusUW 
AMATH 456Calculus of VariationsOn CampusUW 
AMATH 463Fluid MechanicsOn CampusUWcross-listed with AMATH 663
AMATH 473Quantum Theory 2On CampusUWcross-listed with AMATH 673 and PHYS 454
 
ANTH 100Intro to AnthropologyOn CampusUW 
ANTH 201Archaeological AnthropologyOn CampusUWHeld with CLAS 221
ANTH 202Social & Cultural AnthropologyOn CampusUW 
ANTH 204Biological AnthropologyOn CampusUW 
ANTH 300Practicing AnthropologyOn CampusUW 
ANTH 303Anthropology of Digital MediaOn CampusUW 
ANTH 321Archaeology Complex CulturesOn CampusUWHeld with CLAS 321
ANTH 391Reading in AnthropologyOn CampusUWDepartment Consent Required
ANTH 400Special Topics in AnthropologyLove and CultureOn CampusUWTopic: Love and Culture Instructor Consent Required
ANTH 400Special Topics in AnthropologyAnthropology of LanguageOn CampusUWTopic: Anthropology of Language Instructor Consent Required
ANTH 499AHonours EssayOn CampusUWDepartment Consent Required
ANTH 499BHonours EssayOn CampusUWDepartment Consent Required
 
APPLS 205RSecond Language AcquisitionOn CampusREN 
APPLS 301Language, Culture & IdentityOn CampusUW 
 
ARBUS 100Intro to Arts and BusinessOn CampusUW 
ARBUS 101Intro to Business in N.A.On CampusUWReserve for Arts Bus, First Year Students only.
ARBUS 200EntrepreneurshipOn CampusUW 
ARBUS 202Professional & Business EthicsOn CampusUWReserve for Arts Bus students. Held with Phil 215.
ARBUS 202Professional & Business EthicsOnlineONLNReserve for Arts Bus students. Held with Phil 215
ARBUS 300Practical Business SkillsOn CampusUWReserve for Arts Bus students, Mgt. St. minor, and GBDA.
ARBUS 301International BusinessOn CampusUWCross-listed and held with AFM 333.
ARBUS 400Strategy & Program IntegrationOn CampusUWReserve for Arts Bus students and Mgt. St. minor.
 
ARCH 100Intro to ArchitectureOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 110Visual & Digital Media 1On CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 125Principles of Environ DesignOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 142Intro to Cultural HistoryOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 172Building Construction 1On CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 192Design StudioOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 212Digital FabricationOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 246Pre-Renaissance to ReformationOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 260Principles of StructuresOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 263Integrated Enviro SystemsOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 292Design StudioOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 327Arch of Urban EnvironmentOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 342Modern ArchitectureOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 346Competitions in ArchitectureOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 393Option Design StudioOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 428Rome & the CampagnaOn CampusOFFROME CAMPUS The South Field Trip is associated with this course. All students taking this course MUST attend the South Field Trip.
ARCH 446Italian Urban History (Rome)On CampusOFFROME CAMPUS The North Field Trip is associated with this course. All students taking this course MUST attend the North Field Trip.
ARCH 449Dev Modern Italian Arch (Rome)On CampusOFFROME CAMPUS The Modern Rome Field Trip is associated with this class. All students taking this course MUST attend the Modern Field Trip.
ARCH 465Advanced StructuresOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS
ARCH 492Design StudioOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS Please email Donna Woolcott to advise if you are planning to attend the Cambridge 4A Option. You will be given priority selection of one of the three 3B Option studios as your studio content. Three electives are required to complete the term. These can be taken in Cambridge, on campus (provided they do not conflict with studio), or via Distance Education.
ARCH 492Design StudioOn CampusOFFROME CAMPUS The Rome Term is a packaged program. The 3 Rome Support courses will provide all of the background lectures needed to understand the studio projects. Distance or previously taken Waterloo electives will not be accepted as alternates for the 3 Rome specialty courses that complement this studio.
ARCH 510Visual & Digital Media CoursesOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS Open to Third year students and above.
ARCH 570Building Tech & Enviro CoursesDesign Build WorkshopOn CampusUWCAMBRIDGE CAMPUS Open to Third year students and above.
 
ARTS 111Career DevelopmentOn CampusUW 
ARTS 125Who are the Mennonites?On CampusCGC 
ARTS 280Statistics for Arts StudentsOn CampusUW 
ARTS 390Third-Year Topics in ArtsAboriginal HealthOn CampusUW(002)Topic: Aboriginal Health
 
AVIA 203Prof Pilot Program Course IIIOn CampusUW 
AVIA 306Prof Pilot Program Course VIOn CampusUW 
 
BET 100Essentials of EntrepreneurshipOnlineONLN 
BET 300Foundations, Venture CreationOn CampusUWThis course requires a further application and interview process. For more details please refer to: https://uwaterloo.ca/conrad-business-entrepreneurship-technology/undergraduate-students/undergraduate-courses
BET 310E Co-op CompanionOn CampusUWInstructor permission required
BET 320Intro to Commercialization MgtOn CampusUW 
BET 400Growing Early-stage VenturesOn CampusUW 
BET 410ACap Entre Planning Exec Pt 1On CampusUW 
BET 411Capstone Entrepreneurship PlanOn CampusUWInstructor permission required
 
BIOL 110Introductory ZoologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 130Intro Cell BiologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 130LCell Biology LabOn CampusUW 
BIOL 150Organismal & Evolutionary EcolOn CampusUW 
BIOL 225Plants and CivilizationOn CampusUW 
BIOL 239GeneticsOnlineONLNStudents interested in taking the following Biology courses (BIOL 342, BIOL 472 and/or BIOL 483) and are in the Coop Biology program, should take BIOL 239 in 2A to allow for BIOL 308/BIOL 309 in 2B Spring.  
BIOL 240Fundamentals of MicrobiologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 240LMicrobiology LaboratoryOn CampusUW 
BIOL 266Intro to Computational BiologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 273Principles of Human Physio 1OnlineONLN 
BIOL 301Human AnatomyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 303Intro Develop Biol and EmbryolOn CampusUW 
BIOL 308Principles of Molecular BiolOn CampusUW 
BIOL 309Analytical Meth Molecular BiolOn CampusUW 
BIOL 310Invertebrate ZoologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 321Plant Anatomy and MorphogenesiOn CampusUW 
BIOL 325Flowering PlantsOn CampusUW 
BIOL 335LMolecular Biology TechniquesOn CampusUW 
BIOL 342Molecular Biotechnology 1On CampusUW 
BIOL 345Microorganisms in FoodsOn CampusUWIf you are interested in registering for 'Microorganisms in Food', BIOL 345, for Fall 2016, please be aware that this course requires periodic but sustantial follow-up times in the lab. You will need at least 15 minutes to 1 hour of free time, 2 -3 times a week between 9:00-11:00am. If you cannot provide this time in your schedule, please contact Dr. Duxbury.
BIOL 349Synthetic Biology ProjectOn CampusUW 
BIOL 350Ecosystem EcologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 354Environmental Toxicology 1On CampusUW 
BIOL 370Comparative Animal Physiolgy 1On CampusUW 
BIOL 377Systems NeuroscienceOn CampusUW 
BIOL 403Advanced Topics in Dev BiologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 434Human Molecular GeneticsOn CampusUW 
BIOL 439Env & Natural Products BiochemOn CampusUW 
BIOL 443Fermentation BiotechnologyOn CampusUWIf you are interested in taking 'Fermentation Biotechnology', BIOL 443, please be aware that this course requires Follow-up times required. The follow-up's are on Monday's, Wednesday's and Friday's. The work in the lab can be done in about 15-20 minutes to 1 hour between 9:00-12:00p.m. If you cannot provide this time in your schedule, please contact Dr. Duxbury.
BIOL 444Bacterial PathogenesisOn CampusUWIf you are interested in enrolling in Biol 444 'Microorganisms and Disease' for Fall 2016, please be aware that this course require periodic, but substantial follow-up times in the lab. You will need, at times, at least 1 hr of available free time, two to three times a week during the 4 hr window of 9am - 12pm. If you cannot provide this time, then please do not take this course.
BIOL 447Environmental MicrobiologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 448Microbial Physiology & BioChemOn CampusUW 
BIOL 452Quantitative FisheriesOn CampusUW 
BIOL 455Eco-Risk AssessmentOn CampusUWmight not be offered F16
BIOL 456Population BiologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 458Quantitative EcologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 462Applied Wetland ScienceOn CampusUW 
BIOL 469GenomicsOn CampusUW 
BIOL 470Methods of Aquatic EcologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 473Mammalian ReproductionOn CampusUW 
BIOL 483Animal Cell BiotechnologyOn CampusUW Note: BIOL 483 will require BIOL 342 effective Fall 2016. Please see instructor's if override needed for program requirements
BIOL 486GlycobiologyOn CampusUW 
 
BME 101Intro to Biomedical Eng.On CampusUW 
BME 101LComputer-Aided DesignOn CampusUW 
BME 121Digital ComputationOn CampusUW 
BME 161Intro to Biomedical DesignOn CampusUW 
BME 181Physics I - StaticsOn CampusUW 
BME 201SeminarOn CampusUW 
BME 213Stats & Experimental DesignOn CampusUW 
BME 261Prototyping,Simulation &DesignOn CampusUW 
BME 281Mechanics of Deformable SolidsOn CampusUW 
BME 281LMechanics Deformable Solid LabOn CampusUW 
BME 283Chemistry PrinciplesOn CampusUW 
 
BUS 111WIntro to Bus Organization(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 127WIntro to Financial Acc (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/BMath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 231WBusiness Law (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/BMath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 283WFinancial Management 1 (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/BMath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 288WOrganizat'nal Behaviour 1(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 352WIntro to Marketing (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 353WIntro Risk Mang't & Ins. (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 354WHuman Resources Managemen(WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/BMath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 357WTaxation (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 362WBuilding & Managing Pro(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 385WOperations Management 1 (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/BMath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 387WIntermediate Accounting 1(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 393WFinancial Management 2 (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/Bmath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only
BUS 395WOperations Management 2 (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/Bmath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 397WIntermediate Account 2 (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/BMath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 405WProcurem't & Supply Mgt (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/BMath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 408WRecruitment and Selection(WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/BMath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 412WServices Marketing Mgt (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 413WPers. Fin. Plan. & Manage(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 417WFin Statement Analysis (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/BMath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 423WOptions, Futures & Swaps(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 429WCapital Market Issues in (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/BMath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 432WConsumer Behaviour (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 435WSupply Chain Management(WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/BMath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 447WAdvanced Auditing (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/BMath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 451WLegal Env: Bus in Canada (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 452WMarketing Strategy (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 459WMarketing & Soc. Networks(WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/Bmath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 466WAdvanced Taxation (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 467WAdvanced Management Acct (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 470WBrand Communication (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/BMath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 472WMarketing Communications(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 473WInvestment Management (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/BMath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 474WTraining & Development (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 477WAuditing (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 481WBusiness Policy 1 (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 482WSales Management (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 486WInfo Sys Dev, Ctrl&Audit (WLUOn CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/BMath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only.
BUS 487WAdvanced Accounting (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 491WBusiness Policy 2 (WLU)On CampusWLU
 
CHE 100Chemical Eng'g Concepts 1On CampusUW 
CHE 102Chemistry for EngineersOn CampusUW 
CHE 200Equilibrium Stage OperationsOn CampusUW 
CHE 201SeminarOn CampusUW 
CHE 202SeminarOn CampusUW 
CHE 211Fluid MechanicsOn CampusUW 
CHE 220Process Data AnalysisOn CampusUW 
CHE 230Physical Chemistry 1On CampusUW 
CHE 231Physical Chemistry 2On CampusUW 
CHE 241Materials Science and EngOn CampusUW 
CHE 290Chemical Engineering Lab 1On CampusUW 
CHE 291Chemical Engineering Lab 2On CampusUW 
CHE 298Directed Research ProjectOn CampusUW 
CHE 299Directed Research ProjectOn CampusUW 
CHE 302SeminarOn CampusUW 
CHE 313Appl of Heat & Mass TransferOn CampusUW 
CHE 331Electrochemical EngineeringOn CampusUW 
CHE 361Bioprocess EngineeringOn CampusUW
CHE 391Chemical Engineering Lab 4On CampusUW 
CHE 399Directed Research ProjectOn CampusUW 
CHE 401SeminarOn CampusUW 
CHE 420Intro to Process ControlOn CampusUW 
CHE 425Strategies for Process ImproveOn CampusUW held with ChE 622
CHE 480Process Analysis and DesignOn CampusUW 
CHE 482Chemical Engineering DesignOn CampusUW 
CHE 490Chemical Engineering Lab 5On CampusUW 
CHE 498Directed Research ProjectOn CampusUW 
CHE 499Elective Research ProjectOn CampusUW 
CHE 514Fundamentals of Petroleum ProdOn CampusUW held with ChE 614
CHE 516Energy Systems EngineeringOn CampusUW 
CHE 541Introduction to Polymer SciOn CampusUW 
CHE 571Industrial EcologyOn CampusUW 
 
CHEM 100Intro to Chemical SciencesOn CampusUW 
CHEM 101Intro to Biochemical SciencesOn CampusUW 
CHEM 120Phys & Chem Prop of MatterOn CampusUW 
CHEM 120LChemical Reaction Laboratory 1On CampusUW 
CHEM 123Chem Reac,Equilibria,KineticsOnlineONLN 
CHEM 140Scientific CalculationsOn CampusUW 
CHEM 209Intro Spectroscopy & StructureOn CampusUW 
CHEM 220Intro Analytical ChemistryOn CampusUW 
CHEM 220LAnalytical Chemistry Lab 1On CampusUW For Honours Chemistry, Biochemistry and SCIBUS Chemistry students only
CHEM 237Intro BiochemistryOn CampusUW 
CHEM 237LIntro Biochemistry LabOn CampusUWfor students taking CHEM 237
CHEM 240Math Methods for ChemistryOn CampusUW 
CHEM 250LPhysical Chemistry Lab 1On CampusUWHons Programs only.
CHEM 262Organic Chem for EngineeringOn CampusUW 
CHEM 262LOrg Chem Lab for Eng'gOn CampusUWFor students taking CHEM 262
CHEM 264Organic Chemistry 1On CampusUW 
CHEM 266Basic Organic Chemistry 1On CampusUW 
CHEM 266Basic Organic Chemistry 1OnlineONLN 
CHEM 266LOrganic Chemistry LabOn CampusUWfor students who are taking or who have already taken CHEM 266
CHEM 310Trans Metal/Inorganic MaterialOn CampusUW 
CHEM 310LInorganic Chemistry Lab 2On CampusUWCo-req: CHEM 310, For Honours Chemistry, Chemical Physics and Medicinal Chemistry students
CHEM 323Analytical InstrumentationOn CampusUW 
CHEM 331Fundamentals of Metabolism 1On CampusUW 
CHEM 333Metabolism 1On CampusUW 
CHEM 335LAdvanced Biochemistry LabOn CampusUW 
CHEM 350LPhysical Chemistry Lab 2On CampusUW 
CHEM 356Intro Quantum MechanicsOn CampusUW 
CHEM 363Organic Process ChemistryOn CampusUW 
CHEM 370Intro to Polymer ScienceOn CampusUW 
CHEM 382LAdvanced Organic Synthesis LabOn CampusUW 
CHEM 383Medicinal ChemistryOn CampusUW 
CHEM 392AResearch Project 1On CampusUWExchange students only
CHEM 392BResearch Project 2On CampusUWExchange students only
CHEM 404Physicochem Aspects Nat WatersOn CampusUW 
CHEM 420Spec Topics in Analytical ChemAnalytical SeparationsOn CampusUW 
CHEM 430Special Topics in BiochemistryProt: Strctre,Functn,Predn&DesOn CampusUW 
CHEM 432Metabolism 2On CampusUW 
CHEM 440Spec topics/Comp & Theor ChemQuantum Mechanics in ChemistryOn CampusUW 
CHEM 460Special Topics in Organic ChemNatural Products SynthesisOn CampusUW 
CHEM 464Spectroscopy in Organic ChemOn CampusUW 
CHEM 494AResearch ProjectOn CampusUW 
CHEM 494BResearch ProjectOn CampusUW 
CHEM 495Advanced Research ProjectOn CampusUWExchange students only
 
CHINA 101RFirst-Year Chinese 1On CampusRENStudents who have knowledge of Chinese, written or spoken, should submit an application form. Form is found at: https://uwaterloo.ca/east-asian-studies/sites/ca.east-asian-studies/files/uploads/files/revisedballotform.pdf Students who are enrolled into China 101 and 120 will receive a placement test on the first day of class and might be switched to a proper level based on the test results. Student with prior knowledge of the language can avoid scheduling conflicts by filling out the placement form and being enrolled in the appropriate level course prior to the start of class.
CHINA 102RFirst-Year Chinese 2On CampusREN 
CHINA 120RAdvanced First-Year ChineseOn CampusRENStudents who have knowledge of Chinese, written or spoken, should submit an application form. Form is found at: https://uwaterloo.ca/east-asian-studies/sites/ca.east-asian-studies/files/uploads/files/revisedballotform.pdf Students who are enrolled into China 101 and 120 will receive a placement test on the first day of class and might be switched to a proper level based on the test results. Student with prior knowledge of the language can avoid scheduling conflicts by filling out the placement form and being enrolled in the appropriate level course prior to the start of class.
CHINA 200RPre Second Year ChineseOn CampusREN 
CHINA 201RSecond-Year Chinese 1On CampusREN 
CHINA 202RSecond-Year Chinese 2On CampusREN 
CHINA 301RThird-Year Chinese 1On CampusREN 
 
CIVE 100Civil Engineering ConceptsOn CampusUW 
CIVE 104Mechanics 1On CampusUW 
CIVE 115Linear AlgebraOn CampusUW 
CIVE 204Solid Mechanics 1On CampusUW 
CIVE 221Advanced CalculusOn CampusUW 
CIVE 224Probability & StatisticsOn CampusUW 
CIVE 241Transport Princ.& ApplicationsOn CampusUW
CIVE 265Structure & Props of MaterialsOn CampusUW 
CIVE 298SeminarOn CampusUW 
CIVE 306Mechanics of Solids 3On CampusUW 
CIVE 313Structural Concrete Design 1On CampusUW 
CIVE 332Civil Engineering SystemsOn CampusUW 
CIVE 343Traffic EngineeringOn CampusUW 
CIVE 354Geotechnical Engineering 2On CampusUW 
CIVE 381HydraulicsOn CampusUW 
CIVE 399SeminarOn CampusUW 
CIVE 486HydrologyOn CampusUW 
CIVE 497Special Topics in Civil EngBuilding Energy PerformanceOn CampusUW 
 
CLAS 100Intro to Classical StudiesOn CampusUW 
CLAS 202Ancient Roman SocietyOn CampusUW 
CLAS 210History of Ancient LawOn CampusSTJCross listed with HIST 210/LS 235
CLAS 221Archaeological AnthropologyOn CampusUWCross listed with ANTH 201
CLAS 242Surv. of Roman Art & Architec.On CampusUWCross-listed with FINE 242
CLAS 251Greek HistoryOn CampusUWCross listed with HIST 242
CLAS 261Great Works:Ancient & MedievalOn CampusSTJ Cross listed with PHIL 283
CLAS 321Archaeology Complex CulturesOn CampusUWCross listed with ANTH 321
CLAS 352Adv. Studies in Roman HistoryTrnsfrmtn - Later Roman EmpireOn CampusUW 
CLAS 361History Ancient PhilosophyOn CampusUWCross listed with PHIL 380
CLAS 486Senior SeminarAlexander and a New AgeOn CampusUW 
 
CMW 364Worship and its MusicOn CampusCGCHeld with MUS 364 Held with RS 258 Held with TS 653
 
CO 227Intro to Optimiza (Non-Spec)On CampusUW 
CO 250Introduction to OptimizationOn CampusUW 
CO 330Combinatorial EnumerationOn CampusUW 
CO 342Intro to Graph TheoryOn CampusUW 
CO 351Network Flow TheoryOn CampusUW 
CO 367Nonlinear OptimizationOn CampusUW
CO 370Deterministic Op. Res. ModelsOn CampusUW 
CO 372Portfolio Optimization ModelsOn CampusUW 
CO 442Graph TheoryOn CampusUW 
CO 450Combinatorial OptimizationOn CampusUW 
CO 456Intro to Game TheoryOn CampusUW 
CO 466Continuous OptimizationOn CampusUW
CO 485Math of Public-Key CryptographOn CampusUW 
 
COMM 231Business Law for Math StudentsOn CampusUWCOMM 231 is the new course label and number (effective Fall 2011) for the former MTHEL 100.
COMM 421Financial Statement AnalysisOn CampusUW 
COMM 431Project ManagementOn CampusUW 
 
CROAT 101Elementary Croatian 1OnlineONLNCROAT 101 is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with previous knowledge of the Croatian language please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
CROAT 201Intermediate Croatian IOn CampusUWStudents with previous knowledge of the Croatian language who have not taken CROAT 102 before please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
CROAT 496Spec Topics: Croatian StudiesOn CampusUWDepartment consent required. Please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219).
 
CS 100Intro Computing through ApplOnlineONLN 
CS 105Intro to Comp Programming 1On CampusUW 
CS 115Intro to Computer Science 1On CampusUW 
CS 116Intro to Computer Science 2On CampusUW 
CS 135Designing Functional ProgramsOn CampusUW 
CS 136Elem Alg Design & Data AbstracOn CampusUW 
CS 137Programming PrinciplesOn CampusUW 
CS 145Design Funct Programs (Adv)On CampusUW 
CS 200Concept for Adv Computer UsageOn CampusUW 
CS 234Data Types & StructuresOn CampusUW 
CS 240Data Structures & Data MgmtOn CampusUW 
CS 241Foundations of Sequential ProgOn CampusUWWe are looking to offer an enriched section of CS241 in F16. If you are interested in being enrolled, please email cs-uops@cs.uwaterloo.ca with your student id number and the subject "F16 CS241 Enriched". This course covers the same general topics as CS 241 in more depth and rigor, with a stronger emphasis on semantics and types. Recommended for students seeking a challenge beyond the standard material. Prerequisites: At least (75% in CS 146) or (85% in CS 136) or (85% in CS 138) and have CS 246 or (CS 138 and enrolled in Software Engineering) .
CS 245Logic and ComputationOn CampusUWWe are looking to offer an enriched section of CS245 in F16, taught by Dr. Prabhakar Ragde. If you are interested in being enrolled, please email Dr. Ragde at plragde@uwaterloo.ca with your student id number and the subject "F16 CS245 Enriched". In this course we will offer an alternative approach to the standard CS245 curriculum. Students will use the Racket programming language to build small proof assistants that allow human interaction in order to construct automatically-verifiable proofs in propositional and predicate logic. We will discuss topics such as soundness, completeness, relationships to semantic models of truth, and connections among logic, functional programming and type theory. We will then use the Agda and Coq proof assistants to further explore the ideas of machine-checked mathematical theorems and verified software. The course is designed for students who appreciate the overlap of computer science and pure mathematics, and are comfortable with both the pragmatic and the theoretical. Prerequisite: 85% or higher in CS145 or 90% or higher in CS 135 or instructor consent.
CS 246Object-Oriented Software DevelOn CampusUW 
CS 251Computer Organization & DesignOn CampusUW 
CS 330Management Information SystemsOn CampusUW 
CS 335Compl Methods in BusinessOn CampusUW 
CS 338Comp App in Business DatabasesOn CampusUW 
CS 341AlgorithmsOn CampusUW 
CS 343Concurrent and Parallel ProgOn CampusUW 
CS 348Intro to Database ManagementOn CampusUW 
CS 349User InterfacesOn CampusUW 
CS 350Operating SystemsOn CampusUW 
CS 360Intro to Theory of ComputingOn CampusUW 
CS 370Numerical ComputationOn CampusUW 
CS 430Applications Software EngOn CampusUW 
CS 432Business Systems AnalysisOn CampusUW 
CS 445Software Req:Specif & AnalysisOn CampusUW 
CS 456Computer NetworksOn CampusUW 
CS 458Computer Security and PrivacyOn CampusUW 
CS 466Algorithm Design & AnalysisOn CampusUW 
CS 486Intro Artificial IntelligenceOn CampusUW 
CS 488Intro to Computer GraphicsOn CampusUW 
 
DAC 202Design Digital: VideoOn CampusUWDAC minor Arts Faculty student only Held with ENGL 204.
DAC 300Special Topics Digital DesignOn CampusUWDAC minor Arts Faculty student only Held with ENGL 303 and SPCOM 300
DAC 305Design for Interactive GamesOn CampusUWDAC minor Arts Faculty student only
DAC 308Cinematic Art and PracticeOn CampusUWDAC minor Arts Faculty student only
 
DRAMA 100Introduction to TheatreOn CampusUW 
DRAMA 102Introduction to PerformanceOn CampusUW 
DRAMA 206Production Participation 1Eurydice-PerformanceOn CampusUWProduction Participation 1: Performance (Eurydice)
DRAMA 206Production Participation 1Eurydice-TechnicalOn CampusUWProduction Participation 1: Technical Production and Design (Eurydice)
DRAMA 220Performance StudiesOn CampusUWHeld with SPCOM 220
DRAMA 221Performing TextOn CampusUWPrereq DRAMA 102
DRAMA 243Technical Production 1On CampusUW 
DRAMA 300Theories of Thtr & PerformanceOn CampusUW 
DRAMA 306Production Participation 3Unity - PerformanceOn CampusUWProduction Participation 3: Performance (Eurydice)
DRAMA 306Production Participation 3Unity - TechnicalOn CampusUWProduction Participation 3: Technical Production and Design (Eurydice)
DRAMA 316Production Participation 5Unity - PerformanceOn CampusUWProduction Participation 5: Performance (Eurydice)
DRAMA 316Production Participation 5Unity - TechnicalOn CampusUWProduction Participation 5: Technical Production and Design (Eurydice)
DRAMA 331Design Theory and PracticeOn CampusUWHeld with FINE 335
DRAMA 343Stage ManagementOn CampusUW 
DRAMA 366Writing for PerformanceOn CampusUW 
DRAMA 368Collaborative CreationOn CampusUW 
DRAMA 386Shakespeare 1On CampusSTJHeld with ENGL 362.
DRAMA 386Shakespeare 1OnlineONLNOnline section
DRAMA 400Collaborative Perform ProjectEurydice-PerformanceOn CampusUWProduction Participation - Performance (Eurydice)
DRAMA 400Collaborative Perform ProjectEurydice- DramaturgyOn CampusUWProduction Participation: Dramaturgy (Eurydice)
DRAMA 400Collaborative Perform ProjectEurydice-TechnicalOn CampusUWProduction Participation - Technical (Eurydice)
DRAMA 406Production Participation 7Unity - PerformanceOn CampusUWProduction Participation 7: Performance (Eurydice)
DRAMA 406Production Participation 7Unity - ProductionOn CampusUWProduction Participation 7: Technical Production & Design (Eurydice)
DRAMA 416Production Participation 9Unity - PerformanceOn CampusUWProduction Participation 9: Performance (Eurydice)
DRAMA 416Production Participation 9Unity - TechnicalOn CampusUWProduction Participation 9: Technical Production & Design (Eurydice)
 
DUTCH 101Elementary Dutch IOn CampusUWDUTCH 101 is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with previous knowledge of the Dutch language please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
 
EARTH 121Introductory Earth SciencesOn CampusUW 
EARTH 121LIntro Earth Sciences LabOn CampusUW 
EARTH 123Intro HydrologyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 123LField Methods in HydrologyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 231MineralogyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 235StratigraphyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 260Applied Geophysics 1On CampusUW 
EARTH 331Volcanology &Igneous PetrologyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 342Geomorphology and GIS AppsOn CampusUW 
EARTH 359Flow Through Porous MediaOn CampusUW 
EARTH 421Geochemistry 2On CampusUW 
EARTH 436AHonours ThesisOn CampusUW 
EARTH 436BHonours ThesisOn CampusUW 
EARTH 440Quaternary GeologyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 444Applied Wetland ScienceOn CampusUW 
EARTH 458Physical HydrogeologyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 458LField Methods in HydrogeologyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 461Applied Geophysics 3On CampusUW 
EARTH 499Research ProjectOn CampusUW 
 
EASIA 201RIntroduction to East AsiaOn CampusREN 
EASIA 202RChinese Culture and SocietyOn CampusRENFormerly CHINA 272R
EASIA 203RJapanese Culture and SocietyOn CampusRENFormerly JAPAN 272R
EASIA 204RKorean Culture and SocietyOn CampusRENFormerly KOREA 272R
EASIA 205RReligion in East AsiaOn CampusRENHeld with RS 201.
EASIA 231RCalligraphy to Conceptual ArtOn CampusREN
EASIA 301RPolitical Economy of East AsiaOn CampusREN 
EASIA 302RChina: Foreign Pol. since 1949On CampusREN 
EASIA 360RPre-modern Chinese LiteratureOn CampusREN 
EASIA 362RIntro Pre-Modern Japanese LitOn CampusREN 
EASIA 391RSpecial TopicsContemporary Korea & Pop CultOn CampusRENTopic: Contemporary Korea and Popular Culture. Description: This course examines contemporary Korean society, popular culture, and the ¿Korean Wave¿ (hallyu) within the context of globalization in Korea, through topics such as pop music, dance, drama, TV shows, films, eSports, and Korean cuisine.
 
ECE 100AECE PracticeOn CampusUW 
ECE 100BECE PracticeOn CampusUWOnly enroll into this course if you are retaking the course to clear a failure.
ECE 105Physics of Electrical Eng 1On CampusUW 
ECE 140Linear CircuitsOn CampusUW 
ECE 150Fundamentals of ProgrammingOn CampusUW 
ECE 205Adv Calculus (Elec.&Comp.Eng.)On CampusUWOnly enroll into this course to clear a failure.
ECE 209Electronic&Elec Prop MaterialsOn CampusUWOnly enroll into this course if you are using ECE 209 as an elective or to clear a failure. Electrical Engineering students do not need to enroll into this course as it is a core course for them.
ECE 222Digital ComputersOn CampusUWFor SE students.
ECE 224Embedded Microprocessor SysOn CampusUWOnly enroll into this course if you are retaking the course to clear a failure
ECE 254Operating SystemsOn CampusUWOnly pre-enroll into this course if you are using ECE 254 as an elective or to clear a failure. Computer Engineering students do not need to enroll into this course as it is a core course for them.
ECE 300AECE PracticeOn CampusUWOnly enroll into this course if you are retaking the course to clear a failure.
ECE 300BECE PracticeOn CampusUWOnly enroll into this course if you are retaking the course to clear a failure.
ECE 356Database SystemsOn CampusUWOnly enroll into this course if you are using ECE 356 as an elective or to clear a failure. Computer Engineering students do not need to enroll into this course as it is a core course for them.
ECE 358Computer NetworksOn CampusUWOnly enroll into this course if you are using ECE 358 as an elective or to clear a failure. Computer Engineering students do not need to enroll into this course as it is a core course for them.
ECE 361Power Systems and ComponentsOn CampusUWOnly enroll into this course if you are using ECE 361 as an elective or to clear a failure. Electrical Engineering students do not need to enroll into this course as it is a core course for them.
ECE 400AECE PracticeOn CampusUWOnly enroll into this course if you are retaking the course to clear a failure.
ECE 400BECE PracticeOn CampusUWOnly enroll into this course if you are retaking the course to clear a failure
ECE 484Digital Control ApplicationsOn CampusUW 
 
ECON 101Intro to MicroeconomicsOn CampusUW 
ECON 101Intro to MicroeconomicsOnlineONLN 
ECON 102Intro to MacroeconomicsOn CampusUW 
ECON 120WIntro to Microeconomics (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/Bmath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only
ECON 201Microeconomic Theory for BusinOn CampusUW 
ECON 206Money and Banking 1On CampusUW 
ECON 207Economic Growth and Develop 1On CampusUW 
ECON 211Intro to Mathematical EconOn CampusUW 
ECON 212Introduction to Game TheoryOn CampusUW 
ECON 220Entrepreneurship PrinciplesOn CampusUW 
ECON 221Statistics for EconomistsOn CampusUW 
ECON 231Intro to International EconOn CampusUW 
ECON 250WInt Macroec Anlys for Mgt(WLU)On CampusWLUOpen for pre-enrollment to BBA/Bmath & BBA/BCS Double Degree students only
ECON 254Economics of SportOn CampusUW 
ECON 255Intro to Economics of NaturalOn CampusUW 
ECON 256Intro to Health EconomicsOn CampusUW 
ECON 260WInt Microec Anal for Mgt (WLU)On CampusWLULEC 001/002 - For course locations go to www.wlu.ca. LEC 099 - Course available only via Cross-Registration Form.
ECON 290Models of Choice in CompetitivOn CampusUW 
ECON 301Microeconomic Theory 2On CampusUW 
ECON 302Macroeconomic Theory 2On CampusUW 
ECON 311Mathematical EconomicsOn CampusUW 
ECON 322Econometric Analysis 1On CampusUW 
ECON 323Econometric Analysis 2On CampusUW 
ECON 341Public Economics: ExpenditureOn CampusUW 
ECON 344Principles/Market&Consum FinOn CampusUW 
ECON 351Labour EconomicsOn CampusUW 
ECON 361Cost Benefit Analys&Proj EvalOn CampusUW 
ECON 366Gender and EconomicsOn CampusUW 
ECON 371Business Finance 1On CampusUW 
ECON 401Microeconomic Theory 3On CampusUW 
ECON 402Macroeconomic Theory 3On CampusUW 
ECON 404Topics in Money & FinanceOn CampusUW 
ECON 405Topics in Fin EconometricsOn CampusUW 
ECON 421Econometric TheoryOn CampusUW 
ECON 442Economics of TaxationOn CampusUW 
ECON 456Topics in Health EconomicsOn CampusUW 
ECON 471Computational EconomicsOn CampusUW 
ECON 472Senior Honours EssayOn CampusUWSenior Honours Essay course. Must be an Honours Economics or Honours Mathematical Economics student. Department Consent required.
 
EMLS 101ROral Commun - Acad PurposesOn CampusRENPlease note the change in course rubric from ESL to EMLS. Course numbers remain the same.
EMLS 102RError Correct - Acad WritingOn CampusRENPlease note the change in course rubric from ESL to EMLS. Course numbers remain the same.
EMLS 103RPhonetics - Eng PronunciationOn CampusRENPlease note the change in course rubric from ESL to EMLS. Course numbers remain the same.
EMLS 110RCrit Expression Can. AcademicOn CampusRENPlease note the change in course rubric from ESL to EMLS. Course numbers remain the same.
EMLS 129RWritten Academic EnglishOn CampusRENPlease note the change in course rubric from ESL to EMLS. Course numbers remain the same.
EMLS 129RWritten Academic EnglishOnlineONLNPlease note the change in course rubric from ESL to EMLS. Course numbers remain the same.
 
ENBUS 102Intro: Environment & BusinessOn CampusUW 
ENBUS 202Environmental Management SysOn CampusUW 
ENBUS 203Green EntrepreneurshipOn CampusUW 
ENBUS 204Principles of Industrial EcolOn CampusUW 
ENBUS 306Research DesignOn CampusUW 
ENBUS 309Applied Social MarketingOn CampusUW 
ENBUS 402AEnvironment & Business ProjectOn CampusUW 
ENBUS 406Ind Eco: Sustainable MaterialsOn CampusUW 
ENBUS 407Corp Sustain Acct / ReportingOn CampusUW 
ENBUS 408Best Practices in RegulationsOn CampusUW 
 
ENGL 100AFictionOn CampusREN 
ENGL 100BPoetryOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 101AIntro to Literary StudiesOn CampusUW 
ENGL 101AIntro to Literary StudiesOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 101BIntro to Rhetorical StudiesOn CampusUW 
ENGL 101BIntro to Rhetorical StudiesOnlineONLN 
ENGL 108AThe SuperheroOn CampusUW 
ENGL 108AThe SuperheroOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 108DDigital LivesOn CampusUW 
ENGL 108EWomen in LiteratureOn CampusSTJ Held with WS 108E
ENGL 108FThe RebelOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 108PPopular PotterOn CampusUW 
ENGL 108TTolkien: From Book to FilmOn CampusUW 
ENGL 109Intro to Academic WritingOn CampusUW 
ENGL 109Intro to Academic WritingOn CampusSTJ Reserved for Year 1 Arts students
ENGL 109Intro to Academic WritingOnlineONLN 
ENGL 119Communications in Math & CSOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 140RThe Use of English 1On CampusREN 
ENGL 190ShakespeareOnlineONLN 
ENGL 200ASurvey of British Literature 1On CampusUW 
ENGL 200ASurvey of British Literature 1On CampusSTJ 
ENGL 200ASurvey of British Literature 1OnlineONLN 
ENGL 204Design Digital: VideoOn CampusUWHeld with DAC 202
ENGL 208AForms of FantasyOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 208CStudies in Children's LitOn CampusUW 
ENGL 208GGothic MonstersOn CampusUW 
ENGL 208MTravel LiteratureOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 210CGenres of Creative WritingOn CampusUW 
ENGL 210EGenres of Tech CommunicationOn CampusUW 
ENGL 210FGenres of Business CommunicatOnlineONLN 
ENGL 210HArts WritingOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 210ILegal WritingOn CampusSTJHeld with LS 291
ENGL 211First Nations LiteraturesOn CampusUW 
ENGL 213Literature and the LawOn CampusSTJHeld with LS 292
ENGL 220ALanguages and Society IOn CampusUWHeld With: GER 261 Held With: REES 261
ENGL 251ACriticism IOn CampusUW 
ENGL 251ACriticism IOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 251ACriticism IOnlineONLN 
ENGL 291Global LiteraturesOn CampusREN 
ENGL 292Contemp Issues Lang,Writ& RhetOn CampusUW 
ENGL 293Intro to Digital Media StudiesOn CampusUW 
ENGL 294Game StudiesOn CampusUW 
ENGL 295Social MediaOn CampusUW 
ENGL 303Special Topics Digital DesignIntroduction to Game DesignOn CampusUWHeld with DAC 300/SPCOM 300
ENGL 305AOld English 1On CampusSTJ 
ENGL 306AIntro to LinguisticsOnlineONLN 
ENGL 306FIntro to SemioticsOn CampusUW 
ENGL 309AClassical RhetoricOn CampusUW 
ENGL 309CContemporary RhetoricOn CampusUW 
ENGL 310BChaucer 2On CampusSTJ 
ENGL 313Early Canadian LiteratureOn CampusUW 
ENGL 315Modern Canadian LiteratureOnlineONLN 
ENGL 320History and Theory of Media 2On CampusUW 
ENGL 322Postcol Lit of the AmericasOn CampusUW 
ENGL 335Creative Writing 1On CampusUW 
ENGL 335Creative Writing 1On CampusSTJ 
ENGL 345American Lit in a Global ConOnlineONLN 
ENGL 347American Literature Since 1945On CampusSTJ 
ENGL 350ASeventeenth-Century Lit 1On CampusUW 
ENGL 362Shakespeare 1On CampusSTJHeld with DRAMA 386
ENGL 362Shakespeare 1OnlineONLNHeld with DRAMA 386
ENGL 365Selected StudiesOn CampusUW 
ENGL 366Selected StudiesOn CampusUW 
ENGL 371Editing Literary WorksOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 378Prof Comm in Stat and ActscOn CampusSTJHeld with METHL 300
ENGL 392AInformation DesignOn CampusUW 
ENGL 430ALit of Romantic Period 1On CampusUW 
ENGL 451ALiterature of Victorian Age 1On CampusUW 
ENGL 460DContemporary UK and Irish LitOn CampusUW 
ENGL 485Topics Lits Romantic to ModMad Men & American LiteratureOn CampusUW 
ENGL 486Topics Lits Modern to ContempOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 495ASupervision of Honours EssayOn CampusUW 
ENGL 495BSupervision of Honours EssayOn CampusUW 
 
ENVE 100Enviro & Geo Eng'g ConceptsOn CampusUW 
ENVE 214Fluid Mech & Thermal SciencesOn CampusUW 
ENVE 223Differential EquationsOn CampusUW 
ENVE 276Environ. Biology and Biotech.On CampusUW 
ENVE 292Economics for Environ Eng'gOn CampusUW 
ENVE 299SeminarOn CampusUW 
ENVE 400Environmental Eng Project 1On CampusUW 
ENVE 472Wastewater TreatmentOn CampusUW 
ENVE 498SeminarOn CampusUW 
 
ENVS 105Env Sustainability and EthicsOn CampusUW 
ENVS 178Intro to Env Research MethodsOn CampusUW
ENVS 195Intro to Environmental StudiesOn CampusUW 
ENVS 200Field EcologyOn CampusUW 
ENVS 201Intro Canadian ENV LawOn CampusUW 
ENVS 278Advanced Env. Research MethodsOn CampusUW 
ENVS 400First Peoples and Business DevOn CampusUW 
ENVS 444Parks/Natural Areas Mgt.On CampusUW 
 
ERS 110Env Analysis IOn CampusUW Core Course
ERS 210Env Analysis IIIOn CampusUW Core Course
ERS 211Env Analysis IVOn CampusUW Core Course
ERS 234Forest EcosystemsOn CampusUW 
ERS 275Special ReadingsNature, Res. And EcologyOn CampusUWNew course: Nature, Resources and Ecology/Andrew Trant
ERS 275Special ReadingsTo be announcedOn CampusUW 
ERS 310Env Analysis VOn CampusUW Core Course
ERS 311Systems Thinking for ResearchOn CampusUW Core Course
ERS 315Env Assessment IIOn CampusUW 
ERS 316Urban Water SystemsOn CampusUW Can count as ERS 3XX.
ERS 346Wildlife EcologyOn CampusUW 
ERS 370Corp Sust:Issues and ProspectsOn CampusUW Can count as ERS 3XX.
ERS 375Spec Read/Sem on Sel TopicsPhoto. For SustainabilityOn CampusUW
ERS 375Spec Read/Sem on Sel TopicsCoastal Social-Ecol SystemsOn CampusUW
ERS 411AEnv Research Project IIOn CampusUW 
ERS 411BEnv Research Project IIIOn CampusUW 
ERS 412AEnv Research Project IIOn CampusUW 
ERS 412BEnv Research Project IIIOn CampusUW 
ERS 454Parks and Protected AreasOn CampusUWParks and Protected Areas
ERS 461Food Systems & SustainabilityOn CampusUW
ERS 484Soil Ecosystem DynamicsOn CampusUW 
 
FINE 100Studio FundamentalsOn CampusUWThis course is primarily for students who are considering a Fine Arts studio academic plan. It includes a significant component of mandatory life drawing from the nude model. Spaces will be reserved for Year 1 Arts Students
FINE 101Art History and Visual CultureOn CampusUWCross-listed with VCULT 101
FINE 102World Cinema & Visual CultureOn CampusUWCross-listed with VCULT 100
FINE 130Intro to Digital ImagingOnlineONLN 
FINE 150Appreciation and ExpressionOn CampusUWCourse theme is based on instructor media. Instructors switch classes at the term mid-point.
FINE 205Topics in Art HistoryTransgender Visual CultureOn CampusUWHeld with FINE 206 Course Title - Transgender Visual Culture
FINE 209Modern Art, 1940-1970On CampusUW 
FINE 220Oil PaintingOn CampusUWSpaces reserved for 2A Fine Arts Students
FINE 223Meth & Materials of SculptureOn CampusUWSpaces reserved for 2A Fine Arts Students
FINE 226Experimental DrawingOn CampusUWSpaces reserved for 2A Fine Arts Students
FINE 229Hybrid Digital MediaOn CampusUWSpaces reserved for 2A Fine Arts Students 
FINE 230PrintmakingOn CampusUWSpaces reserved for 2A Fine Arts Students
FINE 232Video and SoundOn CampusUWSpaces reserved for 2A Fine Arts Students
FINE 242Surv. of Roman Art & Architec.On CampusUWHeld with CLAS 242
FINE 243Top Fine Arts Exper. LearningOn CampusOFF 
FINE 252Religion in Popular FilmOnlineONLNHeld with RS 270R.
FINE 272Clay StudiesOn CampusUWSpaces reserved for 2A Fine Arts Students
FINE 274Figure and AnatomyOn CampusUWSpaces reserved for 2A Fine Arts Students
FINE 275Calligraphy to Conceptual ArtOn CampusRENHeld with SI 231R and EASIA 231R.
FINE 302Analysis and ResearchOn CampusOFF 
FINE 307Advanced Topics in StudioIntro to Motion in SculptureOn CampusUW
FINE 307Advanced Topics in StudioArt & Text in Studio PracticeOn CampusUWSpaces reserved for at least 3A FINE Arts students
FINE 307Advanced Topics in StudioFigure DrawingOn CampusUW
FINE 307Advanced Topics in StudioAdvanced PaintingOn CampusUW
FINE 307Advanced Topics in StudioAdvanced PrintmakingOn CampusUW
FINE 308Honours Studio/SeminarOn CampusUWDepartment Consent required
FINE 335Design Theory and PracticeOn CampusUWHeld with DRAMA 331 Reserve for 2A FINE students
FINE 338Philosophy of ArtOn CampusUWHeld with PHIL 331
FINE 343Tops in Fine Arts Exper. LearnOn CampusOFF 
FINE 402Directed StudyOn CampusUW 
FINE 472Intensive Studio Special 1On CampusUWHeld with FINE 474
FINE 474Honours Studio Practicum 1On CampusUWHeld with FINE 472
 
FR 101Beginner FrenchOnlineONLN 
FR 151Basic French 1On CampusUW 
FR 151Basic French 1OnlineONLN 
FR 152Basic French 2On CampusUW 
FR 152Basic French 2OnlineONLN 
FR 192AFrench Language 1: Module 1On CampusUW 
FR 192AFrench Language 1: Module 1On CampusSTJ 
FR 192AFrench Language 1: Module 1OnlineONLN 
FR 192BFrench Language 1: Module 2On CampusUW 
FR 192BFrench Language 1: Module 2On CampusSTJ 
FR 192BFrench Language 1: Module 2OnlineONLN 
FR 203Intro to Phonetics of FrenchOn CampusUW 
FR 250Intermediate Spoken FrenchOn CampusUW
FR 251French Language 2: Module 1On CampusUW 
FR 251French Language 2: Module 1OnlineONLN 
FR 252French Language 2 Module 2On CampusUW 
FR 255Business French IOnlineONLN 
FR 276Major Works 2 - French CanadaOn CampusUW 
FR 291French Civilization 1OnlineONLN 
FR 296Culture & Lit: Origins to 1715On CampusUW 
FR 297Culture & Lit: 1715 to PresentOn CampusUW 
FR 297Culture & Lit: 1715 to PresentOnlineONLN 
FR 303Intro. to LinguisticsOn CampusUW 
FR 351French Language 3On CampusUW 
FR 35419th Century French LiteratureOn CampusUW 
FR 487African&Caribbean French LitOn CampusUW 
 
GBDA 101Digital Media Design & ProdOn CampusUWOpen to GBDA Students only. STRATFORD CAMPUS
GBDA 103User Experience DesignOn CampusUWOpen to GBDA Students only. STRATFORD CAMPUS
GBDA 201Digital Media Project 1On CampusUWOpen to GBDA students only. STRATFORD CAMPUS
GBDA 203Intro to Digital CultureOn CampusUWOpen to GBDA Students only. STRATFORD CAMPUS
GBDA 229Hybrid Digital MediaOn CampusUWOpen to GBDA students only. Stratford Campus.
GBDA 301Global Digital Project 1On CampusUWopen to GBDA students only. Stratford Campus.
GBDA 303Innovate, Prj & Change MngmtOn CampusUWOpen to GBDA students only. Stratford Campus.
GBDA 304Marketing in the Digital WorldOn CampusUWOpen to GBDA students only. Stratford Campus.
GBDA 401Cross-Cultural Digital Bus 1On CampusUWOpen to GBDA students only. Stratford Campus
GBDA 403Extended E-portfolio 1On CampusUWOpen to GBDA students only. Stratford Campus.
 
GENE 121Digital ComputationOn CampusUWChoose TUT section for Related 1.
 
GEOE 299SeminarOn CampusUW 
GEOE 400Geological Eng Design Proj 1On CampusUW 
GEOE 498SeminarOn CampusUW 
 
GEOG 100On Becoming a GeographerOn CampusUW 
GEOG 101Geography & Human HabitatOn CampusUW 
GEOG 102Geog & Our Planetary EnvironOn CampusUW 
GEOG 181Principles of GIScienceOn CampusUW 
GEOG 187Problem Solving in GeomaticsOn CampusUW 
GEOG 201Fluvial GeomorphologyOn CampusUW 
GEOG 203Env & Dev Global PerspectiveOn CampusUW 
GEOG 215China: Diverse and DynamicOn CampusUW 
GEOG 233Geography of TourismOn CampusUW 
GEOG 281Introduction to G.I.S.On CampusUW 
GEOG 293Prof & Scholarly Practice GeogOn CampusUW 
GEOG 294Approach to Res in Phys GeogOn CampusUW 
GEOG 303Physical HydrologyOn CampusUW 
GEOG 308Global Climate ChangeOn CampusUW 
GEOG 309Physical ClimatologyOn CampusUW 
GEOG 310Geodesy and SurveyingOn CampusUW 
GEOG 311Local Dev in a Global ContextOn CampusUW 
GEOG 316Multivariate StatisticsOn CampusUW 
GEOG 319Economic Analyses for Reg PlanOn CampusUW 
GEOG 356Resources ManagementOn CampusUW 
GEOG 371Advanced Remote Sensing TechOn CampusUW 
GEOG 387Spatial DatabasesOn CampusUW 
GEOG 404Soil Ecosystem DynamicsOn CampusUW 
GEOG 405WetlandsOn CampusUW 
GEOG 423Tourism Lecture SeriesOn CampusUW 
GEOG 461Food Systems & SustainabilityOn CampusUW
GEOG 481Geographic Info Sys ProjectOn CampusUW 
GEOG 490AHonours Thesis PreparationOn CampusUW 
GEOG 490BHonours Thesis CompletionOn CampusUW 
 
GER 100Zeitgeist and Popular CultureOn CampusUWTaught in English.
GER 101Elementary German IOn CampusUWGER 101 is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Antireq.: 4U German. Students with previous knowledge of the German language please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
GER 101Elementary German IOnlineONLN GER 101 is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Antireq.: 4U German. Students with previous knowledge of the German language please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
GER 102Elementary German IIOn CampusUWGER 102 is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Antireq.: 4U German. Students with previous knowledge of the German language who have not taken GER 101 before please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
GER 102Elementary German IIOnlineONLNGER 102 is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Antireq.: 4U German. Students with previous knowledge of the German language who have not taken GER 101 before please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
GER 201Intermediate German IOn CampusUWGER 201 is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with previous knowledge of the German language who have not taken GER 102 before please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
GER 201Intermediate German IOnlineONLNStudents intending to major in German or preparing for work or study terms in German-speaking Europe are encouraged to take GER 201 and 211 concurrently. GER 201 is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with previous knowledge of the German language who have not taken GER 102 before please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
GER 202Intermediate German IIOnlineONLNGER 202 is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with previous knowledge of the German language who have not taken GER 201 before please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
GER 211Integrative Language Seminar IOn CampusUWStudents may take GER 201 and 211 concurrently.
GER 220Fairy Tales, Then and NowOn CampusUWTaught in English.
GER 261Languages and Society IOn CampusUWTaught in English.
GER 271German Culture: ObjectsOnlineONLNTaught in English.
GER 298Topics in Cultural StudiesSiegfried the Dragon-SlayerOn CampusUWTaught in English.
GER 301Language, Culture & IdentityOn CampusUW 
GER 307Professional GermanOn CampusUW 
GER 331Exploring the German LanguageOn CampusUW 
GER 407Applied ApprenticeshipOn CampusOFFDepartment consent required. Please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219).
GER 431Senior SeminarMedizinische KommunikationOn CampusUWHeld with graduate course.
GER 490Senior Honours ProjectOn CampusUWDepartment consent required. Please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219).
GER 495Reading Course Approved TopicsOn CampusUWDepartment consent required. Please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219).
 
GERON 201Aging & HealthOn CampusUWHeld With HLTH 201
GERON 218Psychology of Death & DyingOn CampusSTJHeld With HLTH 218/PSYCH 218
GERON 245Canadian Health SystemsOn CampusUWHeld With HLTH 245
GERON 320Lifespan Development & HealthOn CampusUWHeld With HLTH 320
GERON 401AIndependent Study in AgingOn CampusUW 
GERON 401BIndependent Study in AgingOn CampusUW 
 
GRK 101Introductory Ancient Greek 1On CampusUW 
GRK 201Intermediate GreekOn CampusUW 
 
HIST 105Rock 'n' Roll and US HistoryOn CampusUW 
HIST 110History of the Western World IOn CampusUW 
HIST 113Canadian Business HistoryOn CampusSTJ 
HIST 115Crusading in the Middle AgesOn CampusSTJHeld with MEDVL 115
HIST 200History & FilmOnlineONLN 
HIST 202Intro to Applied HistoryOn CampusUW 
HIST 205History of Western SportOn CampusUW 
HIST 209Canadian Medical HistoryOn CampusUW 
HIST 210History of Ancient LawOn CampusSTJHeld with CLAS 210, LS 235
HIST 221Racism in Canadian HistoryOn CampusUW 
HIST 224Food, Culture, and HistoryOn CampusCGC 
HIST 225History of Education in CanadaOn CampusRENHeld with SDS 205R.
HIST 226Canada in World War IIOn CampusUW 
HIST 234The Catholic Church in CanadaOn CampusSTJHeld with RS 245
HIST 239Hist Mod China, 1911-PresentOn CampusUW
HIST 242Greek HistoryOn CampusUW 
HIST 250Intro to Historical ThinkingOn CampusUW 
HIST 253Canada: Cultures and ConflictsOn CampusUW 
HIST 254Canada Since 1867On CampusSTJ 
HIST 257America: Slavery to Civil WarOn CampusUW 
HIST 262Early Modern EuropeOn CampusUW 
HIST 268A Global History of EmpiresOn CampusUW 
HIST 269Aboriginal History of CanadaOn CampusUW 
HIST 278Russia and WWIIOn CampusUW 
HIST 315U.S. and the WorldOn CampusUW 
HIST 316The Russian RevolutionOn CampusUW 
HIST 356Russia: From Tsars to PutinOn CampusUW 
HIST 358Nazi GermanyOn CampusUW 
HIST 379Reformation HistoryOn CampusCGCHeld with RS 343 Held with TS 645
HIST 388Modern CanadaOn CampusUW 
HIST 389Canada in World AffairsOn CampusSTJ 
HIST 397Dir Studies in Special TopicsOn CampusUW 
HIST 398Dir Studies in Special TopicsOn CampusUWDepartment consent required
HIST 421Special Topics in HistoryOn CampusUW 
HIST 422Special Topics in HistoryOn CampusSTJ 
HIST 450The History CapstoneOn CampusUW 
HIST 491Independent Study in Sp TopOn CampusUWDepartment consent required
 
HLTH 101Introduction to Health 1On CampusUW 
HLTH 103Bio Determinants of HlthOn CampusUW 
HLTH 173Contemporary Health Issues 1On CampusUW 
HLTH 201Aging & HealthOn CampusUWHeld With GERON 201
HLTH 202Public & Popl'n Hlth PrinciplsOn CampusUW 
HLTH 204Statistics for Health 1On CampusUW 
HLTH 218Psychology of Death & DyingOn CampusSTJHeld With GERON 218/PSYCH 218
HLTH 245Canadian Health SystemsOn CampusUWHeld With GERON 245
HLTH 273Contemporary Health Issues 2On CampusUW 
HLTH 301Intro to Health PromotionOn CampusUW 
HLTH 303Program Planning & EvaluationOn CampusUW 
HLTH 304Health CommunicationOn CampusUW 
HLTH 320Lifespan Development & HealthOn CampusUWHeld With GERON 320
HLTH 333Principles of EpidemiologyOn CampusUW 
HLTH 341Principles of PathobiologyOn CampusUW 
HLTH 344Qualitative Health ResearchOn CampusUW 
HLTH 355Public Health NutritionOn CampusUW 
HLTH 401Global HealthOn CampusUW 
HLTH 405International ExchangeOn CampusOFFPlease contact your academic advisor to discuss options. 
HLTH 407Phys of Coronary Heart DiseaseOn CampusUWHeld With KIN 407
HLTH 432AHonours Thesis (A)On CampusUW 
HLTH 432BHonours Thesis (B)On CampusUW 
HLTH 433Experimental MethodsOn CampusUW 
HLTH 442Non-Communicable Disease EpidOn CampusUW 
HLTH 448Adv Social Deter of HealthOn CampusUW 
HLTH 452Hlth Informatics Decision SuppOn CampusUW 
HLTH 458Social Neuroscience and HealthOn CampusUWHeld With KIN 458 
HLTH 472Independent StudyOn CampusUW 
HLTH 473Contemporary Issues in HealthOn CampusUW 
 
HRM 200Basic Human Resources MgmtOn CampusUW 
HRM 200Basic Human Resources MgmtOnlineONLN 
HRM 301Strategic Human Resources MgtOn CampusUWAll seats reserved for HRM students
HRM 303CompensationOn CampusUWAll seats reserved for HRM students
HRM 305Health and SafetyOn CampusUW
HRM 307Labour RelationsOn CampusUW
 
HUMSC 101Great Dialogues: Refl & ActionOn CampusSTJ 
HUMSC 201Reason and FaithOn CampusSTJ 
 
INDEV 10Int'nl Development SeminarOn CampusSTPNot credit - seminar slot - all INDEV students to be scheduled in.
INDEV 100Intro to lnt'l DevelopmentOn CampusSTP 
INDEV 200Political Econ of DevelopmentOn CampusSTP 
INDEV 302Development AgentsOn CampusSTP 
INDEV 387Global Cities in Global DevOn CampusSTP 
INDEV 401International Dev Placement 1On CampusUWCourse is completed on-line while on field placement
 
INTEG 10Knowledge Integration SeminarOn CampusUW 
INTEG 120Intro Discipline & IntegrativeOn CampusUW 
INTEG 220Nature of Scientific KnowledgeOn CampusUW 
INTEG 231Museum Course: Field Trip PrjOn CampusUW 
INTEG 320Museum: Research and DesignOn CampusUW 
INTEG 375Special Topics Knowledge IntegResearch MethodsOn CampusUW
INTEG 420ASenior Research Project AOn CampusUW 
INTEG 420BSenior Research Project BOn CampusUW 
INTEG 452AReal World Problem Solving AOn CampusUW 
 
INTST 101Intro to International StudiesOn CampusUW 
 
INTTS 400International Trade SeminarOn CampusOFF 
 
IS 101Intro Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 102Intro Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 103Intro Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 104Intro Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 105Intro Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 106Intro Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 107Intro Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 108Intro Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 109Intro Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 110Intro Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 201Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 202Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 203Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 204Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 205Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 206Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 207Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 208Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 209Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 210Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 211Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 212Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 220Thesis Proposal DevelopmentOn CampusUW 
IS 301Advanced Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 302Advanced Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 304Advanced Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 305Advanced Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 306Advanced Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 307Advanced Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 308Advanced Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 309Advanced Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 310Thesis Phase IOn CampusUW 
IS 311Part-time Thesis I - Part 1On CampusUW 
IS 312Part-time Thesis I - Part 2On CampusUW 
IS 320Thesis Phase IIOn CampusUW 
IS 321Part-time Thesis II Part 1On CampusUW 
IS 322Part-time Thesis II - Part 2On CampusUW 
IS 330Hons Thesis Proposal DevelOn CampusUW 
IS 401Honours Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 402Honours Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 403Honours Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 404Honours Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 405Honours Independent ResearchOn CampusUW 
IS 410Honours Thesis Phase IOn CampusUW 
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IS 421Part-time Hons Thesis II - 1On CampusUW 
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ITAL 101Intro to Italian Language 1On CampusSTJ 
ITAL 155Introductory Italian LanguageOn CampusSTJThis course is offered at the School of Architecture in Cambridge, ON.
ITAL 201Intermediate Italian 1On CampusSTJ 
 
ITALST 291Culture & Civilization 1On CampusSTJ 
 
JAPAN 101RFirst Year Japanese 1On CampusRENJAPAN 101R is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with knowledge of the Japanese language, please contact EAS@uwaterloo.ca for an assessment.
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JS 114Jews and JewishnessOnlineONLNheld with RS 114
JS 120Relationships in Bible: OTOn CampusUWheld with RS 111
JS 130Power & Corrup: Old TestamentOn CampusUWheld with RS 112
JS 131Big Ideas of the BibleOn CampusCGCheld with RS 130
 
KIN 1Disc of Behavioural IssuesOn CampusUW 
KIN 10Ergonomics Option SeminarOn CampusUW 
KIN 104Issues & Approaches in KinOn CampusUW 
KIN 105Cardiovas Respir Response ExerOn CampusUW 
KIN 121Biomechanics of Human ActivityOn CampusUW 
KIN 155Intro to Neuroscience for KinOn CampusUW 
KIN 217Human BiochemistryOn CampusUW 
KIN 301Human Anatomy of the CNSOn CampusUW 
KIN 320Task AnalysisOn CampusUW 
KIN 340Injuries in Work & SportOn CampusUW 
KIN 343Micronutrient MetabolismOn CampusUW 
KIN 346Human NutritionOn CampusUW 
KIN 354Psych of Physical ActivityOn CampusUW 
KIN 357Motor LearningOn CampusUW 
KIN 372International ExchangeOn CampusUWPlease contact your academic advisor to discuss options.
KIN 391Research ApprenticeshipOn CampusUW 
KIN 405Exercise ManagementOn CampusUW 
KIN 406Muscle Aging and DiseaseOn CampusUW 
KIN 407Phys of Coronary Heart DiseaseOn CampusUWHeld With HLTH 407
KIN 418Aging and Physical ActivityOn CampusUW 
KIN 422Human Gait, Posture & BalanceOn CampusUW 
KIN 427Low Back DisordersOn CampusUW 
KIN 428Upper Extremity DisordersOn CampusUW 
KIN 429Bone and Joint HealthOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalKinesiologyOn CampusUWCourse requires supervision by a KIN faculty member. Please contact the professor you would like to work with to discuss options.
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KIN 453Psych of Sport & Phys ActivityOn CampusUW 
KIN 456Cognitive Dysfunc & MotorSkillOn CampusUW 
KIN 458Social Neuroscience and HealthOn CampusUWHeld With HLTH 458
KIN 470Seminar in KinesiologyIssues in Nutrition&MetabolismOn CampusUWIssues in Nutrition&Metabolism
KIN 470Seminar in KinesiologyAnat. of Surgical InterventionOn CampusUWAnat. of Surgical Intervention
KIN 470Seminar in KinesiologyErgogenic AidsOn CampusUWErgogenic Aids
KIN 470Seminar in KinesiologyIssues in Nutrition & AgingOn CampusUWIssues in Nutrition & Aging
KIN 470Seminar in KinesiologyIssues Neurosci & NeurorehabOn CampusUWIssues Neurosci & Neurorehab 
KIN 470Seminar in KinesiologyBiomech of Injury-Work & SportOn CampusUWBiomech of Injury-Work & Sport; Held With KIN 470E
KIN 470ESem in Integrative ErgonomicsBiomech of Injury-Work & SportOn CampusUWBiomech of Injury-Work & Sport; Held With KIN 470 SEM 003
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KIN 492AClin Kin: Cardiac Rehab PractOn CampusUW 
 
KOREA 101RFirst-Year Korean 1On CampusRENStudents with knowledge of the Korean language, please contact EAS@uwaterloo.ca for an assessment.
KOREA 102RFirst-Year Korean 2On CampusREN 
KOREA 201RSecond Year Korean 1On CampusREN 
 
LAT 101Introductory Latin 1On CampusUW 
LAT 201Intermediate LatinOn CampusUW 
LAT 331Adv. Read. in Lat: ProseCiceroOn CampusUW 
LAT 490Sr Studies in Lat: Sel. TopicsCiceroOn CampusUW 
 
LS 101Introduction to Legal StudiesOn CampusSTJSpaces will be reserved for year one students in the Faculty of Arts.
LS 101Introduction to Legal StudiesOnlineONLNSpaces will be reserved for year one students in the Faculty of Arts.
LS 201Women and the LawOn CampusUWReserved for LEGAL STUDIES majors only Held with WS 206
LS 221Research MethodsOn CampusUWReserved for LEGAL STUDIES majors only Held with SOC 221
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LS 229Selected Topics in CriminologyOn CampusSTJReserved for LEGAL STUDIES majors only Held with SOC 229
LS 235History of Ancient LawOn CampusSTJReserved for LEGAL STUDIES majors only Held with HIST 210, CLAS 210
LS 271Conflict ResolutionOn CampusCGCReserved for LEGAL STUDIES majors only Held with PACS 202
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LS 273Children's Rights in CanadaOnlineONLNReserved for LEGAL STUDIES majors only Held with SDS 210R.
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LS 403Socio-Legal Responses to CrimeOn CampusUWLevel at least 4A LEGAL STUDIES majors only.
LS 462Politics of Indigenous PeoplesOn CampusUWReserved for LEGAL STUDIES majors only Held with PSCI 462/633
 
MATBUS 470DerivativesOn CampusUWMATBUS 470 is suggested in place of ACTSC 446 for students with STAT 334 instead of STAT 330 & 333.
MATBUS 471Fixed Income SecuritiesOn CampusUW 
 
MATH 103Intro Algebra for Arts&Soc SciOn CampusUW 
MATH 103Intro Algebra for Arts&Soc SciOnlineONLN 
MATH 104Intro Calculus for Arts&SocSciOn CampusUW 
MATH 106Applied Linear Algebra 1On CampusUW 
MATH 109Mathematics for AccountingOn CampusUW 
MATH 114Linear Algebra for ScienceOn CampusUW 
MATH 115Linear Algebra (Eng)On CampusUW 
MATH 116Calculus 1 for EngineeringOn CampusUW 
MATH 117Calculus 1 for EngineeringOn CampusUW 
MATH 124Calc and Vector Alg for KinOn CampusUW 
MATH 127Calculus 1 for the SciencesOn CampusUW 
MATH 127Calculus 1 for the SciencesOnlineONLN 
MATH 128Calculus 2 for the SciencesOn CampusUW 
MATH 128Calculus 2 for the SciencesOnlineONLN 
MATH 135Algebra for Hons MathematicsOn CampusUW 
MATH 136Linear Algebra 1 (Hon Math)On CampusUW 
MATH 136Linear Algebra 1 (Hon Math)OnlineONLN 
MATH 137Calculus 1 for Honours MathOn CampusUW 
MATH 138Calculus 2 For Honours MathOn CampusUW 
MATH 145Algebra (Advanced Level)On CampusUW 
MATH 147Calculus 1 (Advanced Level)On CampusUW 
MATH 207Cal 3 (Non-Specialist Level)On CampusUW 
MATH 215Linear Alg for EngineeringOn CampusUW 
MATH 217Calculus 3 (Chemical Eng)On CampusUW 
MATH 218Differential Equations (Eng)On CampusUW 
MATH 225Applied Linear Algebra 2On CampusUW 
MATH 227Calculus 3 for Honours PhysicsOn CampusUW 
MATH 228Differ Equations (Phys&Chem)On CampusUW 
MATH 229Intro to Combinator (Non-Spec)On CampusUW 
MATH 235Linear Algebra 2 (Hon Math)On CampusUW 
MATH 237Calculus 3 for Honours MathOn CampusUW 
MATH 239Intro to CombinatoricsOn CampusUW 
MATH 245Linear Algebra 2 (Adv Level)On CampusUW 
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MATH 249Intro to Combinatorics (Adv)On CampusUW 
 
ME 100Intro to Mech Eng. Practice 1On CampusUW 
ME 200ASeminarOn CampusUW 
ME 200BSeminarOn CampusUW 
ME 201Advanced CalculusOn CampusUW 
ME 202Statistics for EngineersOn CampusUW 
ME 203Ordinary Differential EquationOn CampusUW 
ME 212DynamicsOn CampusUW 
ME 219Mech of Deformable Solids 1On CampusUW 
ME 220Mech of Deformable Solids 2On CampusUW 
ME 230Control of Prop of MaterialsOn CampusUW 
ME 235Materials Science & EngOn CampusUW- for Management Eng'g students
ME 250Thermodynamics 1On CampusUW Section #1 for ME students
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ME 262Microprocessors&Digital LogicOn CampusUW 
ME 269Electromech Dev & Power ProcOn CampusUW 
ME 300BSeminarOn CampusUW 
ME 322Mechanical Design 1On CampusUW 
ME 353Heat Transfer 1On CampusUW 
ME 360Intro to Control SystemsOn CampusUW 
ME 362Fluid Mechanics 2On CampusUW 
ME 380Mech Eng Design WorkshopOn CampusUW 
ME 400ASeminarOn CampusUW 
ME 401Law for Professional EngineerOn CampusUW- not a 4th year ME Technical Elective; counts as a List D c.s.e.
ME 423Mechanical Design 2On CampusUW 
ME 435Industrial MetallurgyOn CampusUW 
ME 436Welding & Joining ProcessesOn CampusUW 
ME 456Heat Transfer 2On CampusUW 
ME 459Energy ConversionOn CampusUW 
ME 481Mechanical Engineering Prj 1On CampusUW 
ME 547Robot Manip: Kinemat,Dyn,ContrOn CampusUW
ME 548Num Control of Mach Tools 1On CampusUW 
ME 559Finite Element MethodsOn CampusUW 
ME 561Fluid Power Control SystemsOn CampusUW 
ME 566CFD for Engineering DesignOn CampusUW 
ME 599Special Topics in Mech EngBuilding Energy PerformanceOn CampusUWheld with CIVE 497/ME 760
 
MEDVL 115Crusading in the Middle AgesOn CampusSTJCross listed with HIST 115
MEDVL 250RIslamic Civ. Late Antiq.-1300On CampusREN 
 
MNS 10Materials & NanosciencesOn CampusUW
MNS 101Materials and NanosciencesOn CampusUW 
MNS 211Chemistry and the Solid StateOn CampusUW 
MNS 321Properties of MaterialsOn CampusUW
MNS 331BiomaterialsOn CampusUW 
 
MSCI 100Management Eng. ConceptsOn CampusUWReserved for 1A MGTE
MSCI 200ASeminarOn CampusUWReserved for 2A MGTE
MSCI 211Organizational BehaviourOn CampusUWSome spaces reserved for Engineering Students
MSCI 211Organizational BehaviourOnlineONLN 
MSCI 240Algorithms & Data StructuresOn CampusUWReserved for 2A MGTE
MSCI 261Eng. Econ: Fin Mgt for Eng'sOn CampusUWVery limited space available for students outside the reserve group of 2B Chemical Engineering
MSCI 262Managerial & Cost AccountingOn CampusUWMost spaces reserved for 2A MGTE
MSCI 271Advanced Calc. & Num. MethodsOn CampusUWReserved for 2A MGTE
MSCI 300BSeminarOn CampusUWReserved for 3B MGTE
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MSCI 331Intro to OptimizationOn CampusUW 
MSCI 332Deterministic Opt. Mod. & MethOn CampusUWMost spaces reserved for 3B MGTE
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MSCI 342Principles of Software Eng.On CampusUWReserved for 3B MGTE
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MSCI 422Econ. Tech. ChangeOn CampusUWSome spaces reserved for 3B MGTE
MSCI 432Prod. and Serv Op.Mgmnt.On CampusUW 
MSCI 446Data Warehousing & MiningOn CampusUWMost spaces reserved for 3B MGTE
 
MTE 100Mechatronics EngineeringOn CampusUW 
MTE 200ASeminarOn CampusUW 
MTE 200BSeminarOn CampusUW 
MTE 201Exp. Meas. & Stat. AnalysisOn CampusUW 
MTE 202Ordinary Differential EquationOn CampusUW 
MTE 203Advanced CalculusOn CampusUW 
MTE 204Numerical MethodsOn CampusUW 
MTE 219Mechanics of Deformable SolidsOn CampusUW 
MTE 220Sensors and InstrumentationOn CampusUW 
MTE 241Intro:CompStruct&Real-TimeSysOn CampusUW 
MTE 262Microprocessors Digital LogicOn CampusUW 
MTE 400ASeminarOn CampusUW 
MTE 420Pwr Electronics & Motor DrivesOn CampusUW
MTE 481MTE Eng. Design ProjectOn CampusUW4A Mechatronics Core Project Course
MTE 545Intro to MEMS FabricationOn CampusUW
 
MTHEL 131Intro to Actuarial PracticeOn CampusUWFall section is reserved for 1st year students.
MTHEL 300Prof Comm in Stat and ActscOn CampusSTJHeld with ENGL 378
 
MUSIC 100Understanding MusicOn CampusCGC 
MUSIC 110Music in Cultural ContextsOn CampusCGC 
MUSIC 111Fundamentals of Music TheoryOn CampusCGC 
MUSIC 116Music EnsembleOn CampusCGCAudition required
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MUSIC 140Popular Music & CultureOn CampusCGC 
MUSIC 216Music EnsembleOn CampusCGCAudition required
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MUSIC 222Conducting 1On CampusCGC 
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MUSIC 231Music CognitionOn CampusCGC 
MUSIC 232Music as a Global PhenomenonOn CampusCGC 
MUSIC 253Cathedral & Court:Music to1600On CampusCGC 
MUSIC 256Music Since 1900On CampusCGC 
MUSIC 270Music Theory 1On CampusCGC 
MUSIC 275Music & TechnologyOn CampusCGC 
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MUSIC 317Music EnsembleOn CampusCGC 
MUSIC 326Music StudioOn CampusCGC 
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MUSIC 364Worship and its MusicOn CampusCGCHeld with CMW 364 Held with RS 358 Held with TS 653
MUSIC 370Music Theory 3 (19th C)On CampusCGC 
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MUSIC 381Directed Studies in MusicOn CampusCGCDepartment Consent Required
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MUSIC 492Senior Honours ThesisOn CampusCGC 
 
NE 100Introduction to NanotechnologyOn CampusUW 
NE 101Nanotechnology Eng. PracticeOn CampusUW 
NE 109Nanotech Impact Socty EnvirmntOn CampusUW 
NE 111Intro to Engineering ComputingOn CampusUW 
NE 112Linear Algebra for Nano EngOn CampusUW 
NE 121Chemical PrinciplesOn CampusUW 
NE 201Nanotoxicology; Nano Eng PracOn CampusUW 
NE 215Probability and StatisticsOn CampusUW
NE 216Adv Calculus 1 for Nano EngOn CampusUW 
NE 220LMaterials Sci. & Eng. LabOn CampusUW 
NE 224Biochemistry for NanoOn CampusUW 
NE 232Quantum MechanicsOn CampusUW 
NE 241ElectromagnetismOn CampusUW 
NE 302Nano Engineering PracticeOn CampusUW 
NE 307Introduction to NanosystemsOn CampusUW 
NE 330LMacromolecular Science LabOn CampusUW 
NE 335Soft NanomaterialsOn CampusUW 
NE 336Micro and Nanosystem Computer-On CampusUW 
NE 340LMicrofab & Thin-film Tech LabOn CampusUW 
NE 345Photonic Materials and DevicesOn CampusUW 
NE 352Surfaces and InterfacesOn CampusUW 
NE 353Nanoprobing and LithographyOn CampusUW 
NE 408Nanosystems Design ProjectOn CampusUW 
NE 451Simulation MethodsOn CampusUW 
NE 454ANano-instrumentation Lab 1On CampusUWDept consent required to drop
NE 454BNano-electronics Laboratory 1On CampusUWDept consent required to drop
NE 454CNanobiosystems Laboratory 1On CampusUWDept consent required to drop
NE 454DNanostructured Materials Lab 1On CampusUWDept consent required to drop
NE 461Micro and Nano-instrumentationOn CampusUW 
NE 471Nano-electronicsOn CampusUW 
NE 481Nanomed & NanobiotechOn CampusUW 
NE 491Nanostructured MaterialsOn CampusUW 
 
PACS 101Peace is Everybody's BusinessOn CampusCGC 
PACS 201Roots of Conflic,Viol.&PeaceOn CampusCGC 
PACS 202Conflict ResolutionOn CampusCGC Held with LS 271
PACS 202Conflict ResolutionOnlineONLN Held with LS 271
PACS 312Quest for Peace in Lit & FilmOn CampusCGC 
PACS 314Conflict Resol'n in the SchoolOn CampusCGC 
PACS 318Peace-building, Human RightsOn CampusCGC 
PACS 323Neg'n Theories & StrategiesOn CampusCGCHeld with LS 319 
PACS 327Cult'l Approach. Confl Res'nOn CampusCGC 
PACS 329Restorative JusticeOn CampusCGC 
PACS 331Trauma, Healing, Conf. Res'nOn CampusCGC 
PACS 390InternshipOn CampusCGC 
PACS 391Conf. Res'n SkillsWorkshop 2On CampusCGC 
PACS 391Conf. Res'n SkillsWorkshop 1On CampusCGC 
PACS 395PACS Travel CourseOn CampusCGC 
PACS 398Directed Readings in PACSOn CampusCGC 
PACS 399Directed Readings in PACSOn CampusCGC 
PACS 401Senior Research SeminarOn CampusCGC 
 
PD 1Co-op FundamentalsOnlineONLNOnline course Reserved for co-op students only Reserved for non-Engineering students only
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PD 22Professionalism/Ethics in EngOnlineONLNOnline course Reserved for co-op students only Anti-requisite: ECE 290
 
PDPHRM 2Communication for PharmacyOn CampusUW 
PDPHRM 3Drug Distribution for PharmacyOn CampusUW 
PDPHRM 4Patient Safety for PharmacyOn CampusUW 
PDPHRM 5Patient Care for PharmacyOn CampusUW 
PDPHRM 6Drug Information for PharmacyOn CampusUW 
PDPHRM 7Interprofessional RelationsOn CampusUW 
PDPHRM 8Pharm Practice - Mgmt & LdrshpOn CampusUW 
 
PHARM 323Patient Focused Care 7On CampusUW 
PHARM 324Patient Focused Care 8On CampusUW 
PHARM 330Professional Practice 6On CampusUW 
PHARM 351Mgmt: Community Pharm PractOn CampusUW 
PHARM 352Mgmt: Pharm Pract in OrganiznsOn CampusUW 
PHARM 353Entrepreneurship in PharmacyOn CampusUW 
PHARM 370Personal Financial MgmtOn CampusUW 
PHARM 375Substance Abuse and DependencyOnlineONLN 
PHARM 376Pharm Pract in Diverse PopulnsOn CampusUW 
PHARM 379Ethical Decision-MakingOn CampusUW 
PHARM 464Adv Therapeutics in OncologyOn CampusUW 
PHARM 472Commun Pract in Changing EnvOn CampusUW 
PHARM 474Hospital PharmacotherapeuticsOn CampusUW 
PHARM 475Ambulatory PharmacotherapyOn CampusUW 
PHARM 495Adv Patient Focused CareOnlineONLN 
PHARM 496Advanced Professional PracticeOnlineONLN 
PHARM 497Clinical 1 Direct Patient CareOn CampusUW 
PHARM 498Clinical 2 Direct Patient CareOn CampusUW 
PHARM 499Clinical Rotation 3: ElectiveOn CampusUW 
 
PHIL 100JIntroduction to PhilosophyOn CampusSTJ 
PHIL 110APhilosophy:Knowledge & RealityOn CampusUW 
PHIL 110APhilosophy:Knowledge & RealityOnlineONLN 
PHIL 110BPhilosophy: Ethics and ValuesOn CampusUW 
PHIL 118JThe Moral LifeOn CampusSTJ 
PHIL 145Critical ThinkingOn CampusUW 
PHIL 145Critical ThinkingOnlineONLN 
PHIL 200JAristotelian LogicOn CampusSTJ 
PHIL 201Philosophy of Sex and LoveOn CampusUW 
PHIL 202Gender IssuesOnlineONLNHeld with WS 222
PHIL 206Philosophy of SportOn CampusUW
PHIL 215Professional & Business EthicsOn CampusUWheld with ARBUS 202
PHIL 215Professional & Business EthicsOnlineONLNheld with ARBUS 202
PHIL 216Probability & Decision MakingOn CampusUW 
PHIL 220Moral IssuesOn CampusUW 
PHIL 221EthicsOn CampusUW 
PHIL 226Biomedical EthicsOn CampusUW 
PHIL 230JGod and PhilosophyOn CampusSTJ 
PHIL 240Introduction to Formal LogicOnlineONLN 
PHIL 251Metaphysics and EpistemologyOn CampusUW 
PHIL 256Intro to Cognitive ScienceOn CampusUWheld with PSYCH 256
PHIL 258Intro to Philosophy of ScienceOn CampusUWheld with SCI 267
PHIL 265The Existentialist ExperienceOnlineONLN 
PHIL 271Special TopicsScience in SocietyOn CampusUW Topic: Science and Society
PHIL 283Great Works:Ancient & MedievalOn CampusSTJHeld with CLAS 261
PHIL 284Great Works: ModernOn CampusUW 
PHIL 327Philosophy of LawOn CampusUWHeld with LS 351
PHIL 327Philosophy of LawOn CampusSTJ Held with LS 351
PHIL 331Philosophy of ArtOn CampusUW Held with FINE 338
PHIL 350Theories of KnowledgeOn CampusUW 
PHIL 371Special TopicsIntro to Substructural LogicsOn CampusUWTopic: Introduction to Substructural Logics
PHIL 380History Ancient PhilosophyOn CampusUWHeld with CLAS 361
PHIL 402Studies in Feminist PhilosophyOppression and Human NatureOn CampusUWHeld with WS 422 Topic: Oppression and Human Nature
PHIL 422Studies in Political PhilJustice and DisabilityOn CampusUWHeld with PHIL 673 Topic: Justice and Disability
PHIL 447Seminar in Cognitive ScienceCognition and the ProfessionsOn CampusUWheld with PSYCH 447 and PHIL 673 Topic: Cognition and the Professions
 
PHYS 10Physics SeminarOn CampusUW 
PHYS 111Physics 1On CampusUW 
PHYS 111LPhysics 1 LabOn CampusUW 
PHYS 115MechanicsOn CampusUW 
PHYS 121MechanicsOn CampusUW 
PHYS 121LMechanics LabOn CampusUW 
PHYS 131LMechanics LabOn CampusUW 
PHYS 224Electromagnetism for Life PhysOn CampusUW 
PHYS 224LElectricity & Magnetism LabOn CampusUW 
PHYS 225Modeling Life PhysicsOn CampusUW 
PHYS 232LMeasurement LaboratoryOn CampusUW 
PHYS 236Computational Physics 1On CampusUW 
PHYS 256Geometrical & Physical OpticsOn CampusUW
PHYS 256LOptics LaboratoryOn CampusUW 
PHYS 275PlanetsOn CampusUW 
PHYS 342Electricity and Magnetism 2On CampusUW 
PHYS 358Thermal PhysicsOn CampusUW Cross-listed with ECE 403
PHYS 360AModern Physics Laboratory 1On CampusUWHeld with PHYS 360B, PHYS 460A, PHYS 460B
PHYS 360BModern Physics Laboratory 2On CampusUWHeld with PHYS 360A, PHYS 460A, PHYS 460B
PHYS 363Intermediate Classical MechaniOn CampusUW 
PHYS 364Mathematical Physics 1On CampusUW 
PHYS 380Molecular & Cellular Biophys.On CampusUW 
PHYS 434Quantum Physics 3On CampusUW 
PHYS 437AResearch ProjectOn CampusUW 
PHYS 442Electricity and Magnetism 3On CampusUW 
PHYS 454Quantum Theory 2On CampusUWHeld with AMATH 473, AMATH 673
PHYS 460AAdvanced Laboratory 1On CampusUWHeld with PHYS 360A, PHYS 360B, PHYS PHYS 460B
PHYS 460BAdvanced Laboratory 2On CampusUWHeld with PHYS 360A, PHYS 360B, PHYS PHYS 460A
PHYS 461NanophysicsOn CampusUW 
PHYS 474GalaxiesOn CampusUW 
PHYS 475CosmologyOn CampusUW 
PHYS 491Special Topics in Life PhysOn CampusUW 
 
PLAN 100The Evolution of PlanningOn CampusUW 
PLAN 102Professional CommunicationOn CampusUW 
PLAN 104Perspectives on PlanningOn CampusUW 
PLAN 105Intro to Planning AnalysisOn CampusUW 
PLAN 210Urban Plan Design & the EnvOn CampusUW 
PLAN 281Introduction to G.I.S.On CampusUWPlanning students should be registering in this course in the winter term!
PLAN 300Planning TheoryOn CampusUW 
PLAN 309Site Planning & Design StudioOn CampusUW 
PLAN 320Economic Analyses for Reg PlanOn CampusUW 
PLAN 340Ecology-Based Policy-MakingOn CampusUW Planning 453 will not be offered this fall, so to meet your degree requirements please select 340.
PLAN 351Multivariate StatisticsOn CampusUW 
PLAN 362Reg Plan & Econ DevelopmentOn CampusUW 
PLAN 387Spatial DatabasesOn CampusUW 
PLAN 418Spatial DemographyOn CampusUW 
PLAN 440Urban Services PlanningOn CampusUW 
PLAN 474Special Topics in PlanningAggregate Res Plan, Dev & MgmtOn CampusUWTitle: Aggregate Res Plan, Dev & Mgmt
PLAN 481Geographic Info Sys ProjectOn CampusUW 
PLAN 485Proj,Prob.& Readings PlanningOn CampusUWA Contract must be agreed to with supervisor.
 
PMATH 330Intro to Mathematical LogicOn CampusUW 
PMATH 331Applied Real AnalysisOn CampusUWheld with AMATH 331
PMATH 336Introduction to Group TheoryOn CampusUW 
PMATH 340Elementary Number TheoryOn CampusUW 
PMATH 347Groups and RingsOn CampusUW 
PMATH 351Real AnalysisOn CampusUW 
PMATH 433Model Theory and Set TheoryOn CampusUWStudents wishing to take PMATH 733 should pre-enrol for PMATH 433. These students will be transferred to PMATH 733 if they have the correct pre-requisites, when enrollment for Fall courses takes place
PMATH 445Rep of Finite GroupsOn CampusUWStudents wishing to take PMATH 745 should pre-enrol for PMATH 445. These students will be transferred to PMATH 745, if they have the correct pre-requisites, when enrollment for Fall courses takes place.
PMATH 451Measure & IntegrationOn CampusUWheld with PMATH 651
PMATH 453Functional AnalysisOn CampusUWStudents wishing to take PMATH 753 should pre-enrol for PMATH 453. These students will be transferred to PMATH 753, if they have the correct pre-requisites, when enrollment for Fall courses takes place.
PMATH 465Geometry of ManifoldsOn CampusUWheld with PMATH 665
 
PORT 101Introduction to Portuguese 1On CampusUW 
 
PSCI 100Intro to GovernmentOn CampusUW 
PSCI 231Government and BusinessOn CampusUW 
PSCI 252Global SouthOn CampusUW 
PSCI 255Comparative Political EconomyOn CampusUW 
PSCI 264American Government & PoliticsOn CampusUW 
PSCI 283International Political Econ.On CampusUW 
PSCI 299Beyond the ClassroomOn CampusUW 
PSCI 331Public AdministrationOn CampusUW 
PSCI 353Politics in RussiaOn CampusUW 
PSCI 359Politics of South AsiaOn CampusUW 
PSCI 363Canadian Constitutional LawOn CampusUWheld with LS 363
PSCI 389Global GovernanceOn CampusUW held with LS 366
PSCI 428The State and Economic LifeOn CampusUW 
PSCI 456Ethnic Conflict & Confl ResolOn CampusUW 
PSCI 461Canadian National PoliticsOn CampusUW 
PSCI 462Politics of Indigenous PeoplesOn CampusUWheld with LS 462
PSCI 472Women and Public PolicyOn CampusUW 
PSCI 490Special SubjectsThe American ElectionOn CampusUW 
PSCI 499ASpecial Honours EssayOn CampusUW 
PSCI 499BSpecial Honours EssayOn CampusUW 
 
PSYCH 101Introductory PsychologyOn CampusUWSpaces will be reserved for year one students.
PSYCH 101Introductory PsychologyOn CampusSTJSpaces will be reserved for year one students in the Faculty of Arts.
PSYCH 101Introductory PsychologyOnlineONLNSpaces will be reserved for those pursing degrees by online study only.
PSYCH 101RIntroductory PsychologyOn CampusRENPriority enrollment for Social Development Studies (SDS) Majors.
PSYCH 207Cognitive ProcessesOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 207Cognitive ProcessesOnlineONLNPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 211Developmental PsychologyOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 212REducational PsychologyOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for Social Development Studies (SDS) Majors.
PSYCH 213RExceptional ChildrenOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for Social Development Studies (SDS) Majors.
PSYCH 218Psychology of Death & DyingOn CampusSTJHeld with HLTH 218 and GERON 218. Spaces will be reserved for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 226RPositive PsychologyOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for Social Development Studies (SDS) Majors.
PSYCH 230Psychology and LawOn CampusSTJHeld with LS 272. Spaces will be reserved for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor as well as those in academic plans in Legal Studies.
PSYCH 232The Psychology of EvilOn CampusSTJPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor
PSYCH 238Organizational PsychologyOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor as well those in the Human Resources Management (HRM) academic plans.
PSYCH 253Social PsychologyOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor
PSYCH 253Social PsychologyOnlineONLNPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major, Psychology Minor, as well as General Social Development studies students pursuing degrees by online studies only, and others pursing degrees by online studies only.
PSYCH 256Intro to Cognitive ScienceOn CampusUWPSYCH 256 is heldwith PHIL 256, and is offered by the Philosophy Department. A few spaces will be reserved for Psychology Majors and Psychology Minors.
PSYCH 257PsychopathologyOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 261Physiological PsychologyOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 291Basic Research MethodsOn CampusUWStudents who have not successfully completed a first year university math course (e.g., MATH 103 or MATH 127), Ontario 4U Math (e.g., Math of Data Management), Grade 12 Math from a province other than Ontario, or an approved equivalent will be required to take MATH 103 (Algebra) concurrently with PSYCH 291 Fall 2015. Only current Psychology Majors and applicants to the Psychology Major will be permitted to enrol in PSYCH 291. Enrolment requests by applicants will be reviewed when the admission decisions are made for the Psychology Major in May. Applicants, please see the following website for further details (e.g., application documents required): https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/future-undergraduate-students/applying-psychology-programs/current-waterloo-students
PSYCH 306PerceptionOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 307Human NeuropsychologyOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 312RLearning DisabilitiesOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for Social Development Studies (SDS) Majors
PSYCH 315Psychology of AdolescenceOn CampusSTJPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 318Psychosexual OrganizationOn CampusSTJPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major as well as the Sexuality, Marriage, and Family (SMF) Major.
PSYCH 320Language DevelopmentOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 336Introduction to Clinical PsychOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 340Training and DevelopmentOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor as well those in the Human Resources Management (HRM) academic plans.
PSYCH 342Psychology of Groups and TeamsOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 349RCross-Cultural PsychologyOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for Social Development Studies (SDS) Majors. Held with SWREN 349R.
PSYCH 350Political PsychologyOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 354Interpersonal RelationsOn CampusSTJPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 356PersonalityOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 356RPersonalityOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for Social Development Studies (SDS) Majors.
PSYCH 363Special SubjectsLanguage & Children's LearningOn CampusUW 
PSYCH 391Advanced Data AnalysisOn CampusUWPlease enrol in one (only one) of PSYCH 393, 395, 397, 399, 484 concurrently with PSYCH 391. See notes regarding priority enrolment: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/policies/psychology-department-policies/priority-enrolment-advanced-research-methods-courses-psych
PSYCH 393Res in Development PsychologyOn CampusUWEnrolment in more than one of PSYCH 393, 395, 397, 399 is not allowed (antirequisites). See notes regarding priority enrolment: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/policies/psychology-department-policies/priority-enrolment-advanced-research-methods-courses-psych
PSYCH 395Research in Social PsychologyOn CampusUWEnrolment in more than one of PSYCH 393, 395, 397, 399 is not allowed (antirequisites). See notes regarding priority enrolment: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/policies/psychology-department-policies/priority-enrolment-advanced-research-methods-courses-psych
PSYCH 397Res-Person. & Clinical PsychOn CampusUWEnrolment in more than one of PSYCH 393, 395, 397, 399 is not allowed (antirequisites). See notes regarding priority enrolment: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/policies/psychology-department-policies/priority-enrolment-advanced-research-methods-courses-psych
PSYCH 398RIndependent StudyOn CampusRENDepartment consent and separate application required. Visit https://uwaterloo.ca/social-development-studies/current-students/department-consent-courses for more information. Contact sds@uwaterloo.ca to inquire about application.
PSYCH 399Res in Indust./Organiz. PsychOn CampusUWEnrolment in more than one of PSYCH 393, 395, 397, 399 is not allowed (antirequisites). See notes regarding priority enrolment: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/policies/psychology-department-policies/priority-enrolment-advanced-research-methods-courses-psych
PSYCH 399RIndependent StudyOn CampusRENDepartment consent and separate application required. Visit https://uwaterloo.ca/social-development-studies/current-students/department-consent-courses for more information. Contact sds@uwaterloo.ca to inquire about application.
PSYCH 447Seminar in Cognitive ScienceCognition and Social ChangeOn CampusUWPSYCH 447 is heldwith PHIL 447, and is offered by the Philosophy Department.
PSYCH 451Child & Youth PsychologyOn CampusSTJ 
PSYCH 453Hons Seminar: Develop PsychLanguage & Social DisadvantageOn CampusUWIf necessary, priority enrolment will be given to those in fourth year. See the expanded PSYCH 453 description: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/psychology-courses/psychology-course-content
PSYCH 457Hon Sem-Person. & Clinical PsyAnxiety DisordersOn CampusUWPriority enrolment will be given to those in fourth year. See the expanded PSYCH 457 description: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/psychology-courses/psychology-course-content
PSYCH 458Hon Sem in CognitionPsychology of Economic DecisioOn CampusUWIf necessary, priority enrolment will be given to those in fourth year. See the expanded PSYCH 458 description: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/psychology-courses/psychology-course-content
PSYCH 461Hon Sem Cognitive NeuroscienceCog. Neuroscience of MemoryOn CampusUWIf necessary, priority enrolment will be given to those in fourth year. See the expanded PSYCH 461 description: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/psychology-courses/psychology-course-content
PSYCH 470Topics in Applied PsychologyAdolescent Brain & BehaviourOn CampusUWIf necessary, priority enrolment will be given to those in fourth year. See the expanded PSYCH 470 description: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/psychology-courses/psychology-course-content
PSYCH 490RSpecial StudiesOn CampusRENDepartment consent and separate application required. Visit https://uwaterloo.ca/social-development-studies/current-students/department-consent-courses for more information. Contact sds@uwaterloo.ca to inquire about application.
PSYCH 499AHonours Thesis - Part 1On CampusUWYou must submit a course application form for PSYCH 499A enrolment. Discuss with your potential thesis supervisor regarding whether or not you should enrol in PSYCH 499B concurrently with PSYCH 499A. See the following website for further details regarding PSYCH 499 enrolment and responsibilities: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/psychology-courses/honours-thesis-psych-499
PSYCH 499BHonours Thesis - Part 2On CampusUWSee the following website for details regarding PSYCH 499B (and PSYCH 499C) enrolment and responsibilities. https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/psychology-courses/honours-thesis-psych-499
PSYCH 499CHonours Thesis - Part 3On CampusUW
 
REC 100Intro to Recreation & LeisureOnlineONLN 
REC 101Intro to Rec & Leisure ServOn CampusUW 
REC 120Program ManagementOn CampusUW 
REC 201Diversity and LeisureOn CampusUW 
REC 202History of Western SportOn CampusUWHeld With HIST 205
REC 213High Performance OrganizationsOn CampusUW 
REC 230Outdoor Rec & Resources MgmtOn CampusUW 
REC 252Ther Rec: Phys DisabilitiesOn CampusUW 
REC 253Practicum in Therapeutic RecOn CampusUW 
REC 270Res Design Appl to Leis StudOn CampusUW 
REC 306Health Issues for WomenOn CampusUWHeld With WS 306
REC 312Practicum in Rec, Sport & TourOn CampusUW 
REC 313Mobilizing ResourcesOn CampusUW 
REC 356Leisure and CommunityOn CampusUW 
REC 357TR Theories and EvidenceOn CampusUW 
REC 371Quantitative Leisure ResearchOn CampusUW 
REC 375International ExchangeInternational Exchange ProgramOn CampusOFFPlease contact your academic advisor to discuss options.
REC 380Tourism AnalysisOn CampusUW 
REC 405Leisure and Well-beingOn CampusUW 
REC 450Internship for Therapeutic RecOnlineUW 
REC 471AHonours ThesisOn CampusUW 
REC 471BHonours ThesisOn CampusUW 
REC 475Dircted Study in Special TpcsBusiness ManagementOn CampusUW 
REC 475Dircted Study in Special TpcsLeisure & Well-BeingOn CampusUW 
REC 475Dircted Study in Special TpcsUrban & Municipal RecreationOn CampusUW 
REC 475Dircted Study in Special TpcsTourism/Commercial RecreationOn CampusUW 
REC 475Dircted Study in Special TpcsParks & Outdoor RecreationOn CampusUW 
REC 475Dircted Study in Special TpcsHuman Development & TROn CampusUW 
REC 475Dircted Study in Special TpcsCultural Policy/Leis BehaviourOn CampusUW 
 
REES 220Fairy Tales, Then and NowOn CampusUWTaught in English.
REES 261Languages and Society IOn CampusUWTaught in English.
REES 271Russian Thought and CultureOn CampusUWTaught in English.
REES 273Croatian Culture & LiteratureOn CampusUWTaught in English.
REES 495Reading Course Approved TopicsOn CampusUWDepartment consent required. Please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219).
 
RS 100Religions of the EastOn CampusUW 
RS 110Religions of the WestOn CampusSTP 
RS 111Relationships in Bible: OTOn CampusUWheld with JS 120
RS 112Power & Corrup: Old TestamentOn CampusUW
RS 114Jews and JewishnessOnlineONLNheld with JS 114
RS 121EvilOn CampusSTJ 
RS 121EvilOnlineONLN 
RS 122Sacred Beauty: Religion & ArtsOn CampusCGC 
RS 130Big Ideas of the BibleOn CampusCGCheld with JS 131
RS 133New Testament Greek 1On CampusSTP 
RS 150Christian EthicsOn CampusSTJ 
RS 170Religion and Popular CultureOn CampusREN 
RS 180Love and FriendshipOn CampusSTJ 
RS 180Love and FriendshipOnlineONLN 
RS 201Religion in East AsiaOn CampusRENHeld with EASIA 205R.
RS 235Jesus:Life & LegacyOn CampusCGC 
RS 245The Catholic Church in CanadaOn CampusSTJHeld with HIST 234
RS 250History of Christian ThoughtOn CampusREN 
RS 251Catholic Social ThoughtOn CampusSTJ 
RS 260How to Study ReligionOn CampusREN 
RS 266Death and DyingOn CampusSTP 
RS 270RReligion in Popular FilmOnlineONLNHeld with FINE 252.
RS 283Current Ethical IssuesOn CampusSTJDepartment Consent Required Beyond Borders students only
RS 312Muslim Lives and PracticesOn CampusUW 
RS 343Reformation HistoryOn CampusCGCHeld with HIST 379
RS 358Worship and its MusicOn CampusCGCHeld with CMW 364 Held with MUSIC 364 Held with TS 653
RS 398Dir Readings: Special SubjectsOn CampusCGC 
RS 499Senior SeminarOn CampusSTJ 
 
RUSS 101Elementary Russian IOn CampusUWStudents with previous knowledge of the Russian language please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice. RUSS 101 is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability.
 
SCBUS 123Science & Business Workshop 1On CampusUW 
SCBUS 223Science & Business Workshop 2On CampusUW 
SCBUS 225Organizational BehaviourOn CampusUW 
SCBUS 323Technology Develop Workshop 3On CampusUW 
SCBUS 423Senior Science & Bus Wrkshp4On CampusUW 
 
SCI 200Energy - Its Development, UseOn CampusUW 
SCI 206Physics of How Things WorkOn CampusUW 
SCI 237Exploring the UniverseOn CampusUW 
SCI 238Introductory AstronomyOnlineONLN 
SCI 267Intro to Philosophy of ScienceOn CampusUWheld with PHIL 258
SCI 395Science Study Abroad ProgramOn CampusOFFInterested students must contact the Science Undergraduate office for enrollment
 
SDS 131RSocial Ideas,Policy,Pol PractOn CampusREN 
SDS 131RSocial Ideas,Policy,Pol PractOnlineONLN 
SDS 150RLifespan Proc: Normal EventsOn CampusREN 
SDS 150RLifespan Proc: Normal EventsOnlineONLN 
SDS 205RHistory of Education in CanadaOn CampusRENHeld with HIST 225
SDS 210RChildren's Rights in CanadaOnlineONLNHeld with LS 273
SDS 220RChanging Concepts of ChildhoodOn CampusREN 
SDS 231RIntroduction to Social PolicyOn CampusREN 
SDS 250RSocial StatisticsOn CampusRENPriority enrollment for SDS majors. Held with SWREN 250R.
SDS 312RHomelessness & Public PolicyOn CampusRENHeld with SWREN 312R.
SDS 331RSocial Inequality, Social JustOn CampusREN 
SDS 353RThe Evolution of Family LawOn CampusRENHeld with LS 374.
SDS 354RValues & Contemporary FamilyOn CampusREN
SDS 355RResilience and Social SupportOn CampusREN 
SDS 398RIndependent StudyOn CampusRENDepartment consent and separate application required. Visit https://uwaterloo.ca/social-development-studies/current-students/department-consent-courses for more information. Contact sds@uwaterloo.ca to inquire about application.
SDS 399RIndependent StudyOn CampusRENDepartment consent and separate application required. Visit https://uwaterloo.ca/social-development-studies/current-students/department-consent-courses for more information. Contact sds@uwaterloo.ca to inquire about application.
SDS 400RComparative Social PolicyOnlineONLN 
SDS 425REquity and EducationOn CampusREN 
SDS 431RRadical Ideology & Soc PolicyOn CampusREN 
SDS 440ROptimal LivingOn CampusREN 
SDS 450RSenior Sem in Special TopicsParticipatory Action ResearchOn CampusRENHeld at Cntr for Cmmnty Based Rsrch (73 King St. W. Kitchener)
SDS 490RSpecial StudiesOn CampusRENDepartment consent and separate application required. Visit https://uwaterloo.ca/social-development-studies/current-students/department-consent-courses for more information. Contact sds@uwaterloo.ca to inquire about application.
SDS 495RResearch ApprenticeshipOn CampusRENDepartment consent and separate application required. Visit https://uwaterloo.ca/social-development-studies/current-students/department-consent-courses for more information. Contact sds@uwaterloo.ca to inquire about application.
SDS 499ASenior Honours Essay/ThesisOn CampusRENDepartment consent and separate application required. Visit https://uwaterloo.ca/social-development-studies/current-students/department-consent-courses for more information. Contact sds@uwaterloo.ca to inquire about application.
SDS 499BSenior Honours Essay/ThesisOn CampusRENDepartment consent and separate application required. Visit https://uwaterloo.ca/social-development-studies/current-students/department-consent-courses for more information. Contact sds@uwaterloo.ca to inquire about application.
 
SE 101Intro to Methods Software EngOn CampusUW 
SE 201SeminarOn CampusUW 
SE 212Logic and ComputationOn CampusUW 
SE 302SeminarOn CampusUW 
SE 380Intro to Feedback ControlOn CampusUW
SE 390Design Project PlanningOn CampusUW 
SE 464Software Desgn & ArchitecturesOn CampusUW 
 
SEQ 1Co-op Sequence 1On CampusUW 
SEQ 2Co-op Sequence 2On CampusUW 
SEQ 3Co-op Sequence 3On CampusUW 
SEQ 4Co-op Sequence 4On CampusUW 
SEQ 5DDCo-op Sequence Double DegreeOn CampusUW 
SEQ 6CACo-op Sequence Chartered AccOn CampusUW 
 
SI 101RIntroduction to Arabic 1On CampusRENStudents seeking to take their first Arabic course should contact Amir Al-Azraki - aaliazraki@uwaterloo.ca to obtain a language placement/assessment form.
SI 121RIslam in the WorldOn CampusREN 
SI 201RIntermediate Arabic 1On CampusRENStudents seeking to take their first Arabic course should contact Amir Al-Azraki - aaliazraki@uwaterloo.ca to obtain a language placement/assessment form.
SI 221RIslam, West & Modern WorldOn CampusREN 
SI 231RCalligraphy to Conceptual ArtOn CampusRENHeld with FINE 275 Held with EASIA 231R
SI 250RIslamic Civ. Late Antiq.-1300On CampusRENHeld with MEDVL 250R
SI 301RAdvanced Arabic 1On CampusREN 
SI 315RIslam, Women & Modern WorldOn CampusREN
 
SMF 101Relationships and FamiliesOn CampusSTJ 
SMF 200Special Topics in SMFFamily Relations After DivorceOn CampusSTJTopic: Family Relations After Divorce
SMF 204Intro to Human SexualityOn CampusSTJ 
SMF 208Systemic TherapiesOn CampusSTJ 
SMF 214Constructing EroticsOn CampusSTJ 
SMF 220Research MethodsOn CampusSTJ 
SMF 301Comm. & Counselling SkillsOn CampusSTJ 
SMF 305Social Issues & ControversiesOn CampusSTJ 
SMF 306Formation & MaintenanceOn CampusSTJ 
SMF 310Sexual and Relational EthicsOn CampusSTJ 
SMF 460Practicum Professional EthicsOn CampusSTJDepartment Consent Required Held with SMF 490
SMF 490Practicum Professional EthicsOn CampusSTJDepartment Consent Required Held with SMF 460
SMF 494Seminar in SexualityOn CampusSTJ 
 
SOC 101Introduction to SociologyOn CampusUWReserved for Year 1 Arts students
SOC 101Introduction to SociologyOn CampusSTJ Spaces reserved for First Year students
SOC 101Introduction to SociologyOn CampusCGC 
SOC 101RIntroduction to SociologyOn CampusRENPriority enrollment for Social Development Studies majors
SOC 201Victims & SocietyOn CampusUW 
SOC 207RSociology of EducationOn CampusREN 
SOC 221Research MethodsOn CampusUWReserved for SOCIOLOGY majors and minors only Held with LS 221
SOC 224RPoverty Canada & Social ConseqOn CampusRENHeld with SWREN 224R
SOC 225Games and GamersOn CampusUW 
SOC 227CriminologyOn CampusUW Held with LS 227
SOC 229Selected Topics in CriminologyOn CampusSTJHeld with LS 229
SOC 248Health, Illness and SocietyOn CampusUW 
SOC 280Social StatisticsOn CampusUWReserved for SOCIOLOGY majors only Held with LS 280
SOC 302Contemporary TheoryOn CampusUW 
SOC 306Juvenile JusticeOn CampusUWHeld with LS 306
SOC 310Social NetworksOn CampusUW 
SOC 322Field Research MethodsOn CampusUWReserved for SOCIOLOGY majors. Held with LS 322
SOC 325Sexuality and the LawOn CampusUWReserved for SOCIOLOGY majors. Held with LS 325
SOC 327Policing in a Democratic SocOn CampusSTJHeld with LS 327
SOC 342Mobility and RegulationOn CampusUW 
SOC 369JThe Sociology of CommunityOn CampusSTJ 
SOC 370Sociology of LawOn CampusUW Held with LS 300
SOC 398RIndependent StudyOn CampusRENDepartment consent and separate application required. Visit Visit https://uwaterloo.ca/social-development-studies/current-students/department-consent-courses for more information. Contact sds@uwaterloo.ca to inquire about application.
SOC 399RIndependent StudyOn CampusRENDepartment consent and separate application required. Visit Visit https://uwaterloo.ca/social-development-studies/current-students/department-consent-courses for more information. Contact sds@uwaterloo.ca to inquire about application.
SOC 406Contemp Sociological TheoryOn CampusUWReserved for 4A SOCIOLOGY majors
SOC 420Seminar in Social InequalityOn CampusUWReserved for 4A SOCIOLOGY majors
SOC 424Seminar in Sociology of HealthOn CampusUW Reserved for 4A SOCIOLOGY majors
SOC 490RSpecial StudiesOn CampusRENDepartment consent and separate application required. Visit Visit https://uwaterloo.ca/social-development-studies/current-students/department-consent-courses for more information. Contact sds@uwaterloo.ca to inquire about application.
SOC 498Directed StudiesOn CampusUWDepartment consent required Supervisor Required
SOC 499ASenior Honours EssayOn CampusUWDepartment consent required Supervisor Required
SOC 499BSenior Honours EssayOn CampusUWDepartment consent required Supervisor Required
 
SOCWK 120RIntroduction to Social WorkOn CampusRENPriority enrollment for Social Development Studies (SDS) majors. Held with SWREN 120R.
SOCWK 120RIntroduction to Social WorkOnlineONLNHeld with SWREN 120R.
SOCWK 220RSoc Wk Indiv-Theory & Pract 1On CampusRENHeld with SWREN 220R.
SOCWK 221RSocial Group WorkOn CampusRENHeld with SWREN 221R.
SOCWK 222RCommunity Organization 1On CampusRENHeld with SWREN 222R.
SOCWK 300RCanadian Social Welfare PolicyOn CampusRENHeld with SWREN 300R.
SOCWK 321RSocial Work With FamiliesOnlineONLNHeld with SWREN 321R.
SOCWK 322RItnl Perspective Community OrgOn CampusREN
SOCWK 357RFamily ViolenceOnlineONLN 
SOCWK 398RIndependent StudyOn CampusRENDepartment consent and separate application required. Visit https://uwaterloo.ca/social-development-studies/current-students/department-consent-courses for more information. Contact sds@uwaterloo.ca to inquire about application.
SOCWK 399RIndependent StudyOn CampusRENDepartment consent and separate application required. Visit https://uwaterloo.ca/social-development-studies/current-students/department-consent-courses for more information. Contact sds@uwaterloo.ca to inquire about application.
SOCWK 490RSpecial StudiesOn CampusRENDepartment consent and separate application required. Visit https://uwaterloo.ca/social-development-studies/current-students/department-consent-courses for more information. Contact sds@uwaterloo.ca to inquire about application.
 
SPAN 101Introduction to Spanish 1On CampusUW 
SPAN 101Introduction to Spanish 1OnlineONLN 
SPAN 102Introduction to Spanish 2On CampusUW 
SPAN 150Hisp World Through Lit and ArtOn CampusUW 
SPAN 201AIntermediate Spanish 1On CampusUW 
SPAN 223WEarly Spanish Literature (WLU)On CampusWLU 
SPAN 301ASpanish in Context 1On CampusUW 
SPAN 390Intro to Spanish Bus TranslatOn CampusUW 
SPAN 400Truths and Competing RealitiesOn CampusUW 
SPAN 401WAdv Comp & Conversation I(WLU)On CampusWLU 
SPAN 445History of Spanish LanguageOn CampusUW 
SPAN 451WStylistics & Prof Writing(WLU)On CampusWLU 
 
SPCOM 100Interpersonal CommunicationOn CampusUWpriority enrollment for first year SPCOM majors
SPCOM 101Theories of CommunicationOn CampusUWintroductory course for all interested students
SPCOM 102Introduction to PerformanceOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 204Leadership, Teams, & CommOn CampusUWall space reserved for ARBUS students
SPCOM 220Performance StudiesOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 223Public SpeakingOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 226Intercultural CommunicationOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 227LeadershipOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 300Special Topics Digital DesignOn CampusUWHeld with DAC 300 and ENGL 303
SPCOM 324Small Group CommunicationOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 399Communication InquiryOn CampusUW
SPCOM 401Gender CommunicationOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 432Conflict ManagementOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 475Communication EthicsOn CampusUW
SPCOM 490Selected SeminarsInternational CommunicationOn CampusUW 
 
STAT 202Intro Stats for ScientistsOn CampusUW 
STAT 206Statistics for Software EngineOn CampusUW 
STAT 220Probability (Nonspecialist )On CampusUW 
STAT 221Statistics (Nonspecialist)On CampusUWHeld-with STAT 231.
STAT 230ProbabilityOn CampusUW 
STAT 231StatisticsOn CampusUW 
STAT 240Probability (Advanced Level)On CampusUW 
STAT 322Sam & Experimen Des (Nonspec)On CampusUW 
STAT 330Mathematical StatisticsOn CampusUW 
STAT 331Applied Linear ModelsOn CampusUW 
STAT 332Sampling & Experimental DesignOn CampusUW 
STAT 333Applied ProbabilityOn CampusUW 
STAT 334Prob Models for Bus & AccOn CampusUW 
STAT 337Intro to Medical StatisticsOn CampusUW 
STAT 341Computational Stats & Data AnaOn CampusUW 
STAT 371Lin Models and Process for BusOn CampusUW 
STAT 372Survey SamplingOn CampusUW 
STAT 373Regre and Forecast Met in FinOn CampusUW 
STAT 430Experimental DesignOn CampusUWHeld with STAT 830
STAT 431Gen Lin Models & ApplicationsOn CampusUWHeld with STAT 831
STAT 433Stochastic ProcessesOn CampusUWHeld with STAT 833
STAT 441Stat Learning-ClassificationOn CampusUWCross-listed with CM 763 Held with STAT 841
STAT 442Data VisualizationOn CampusUWCross-listed with CM 762 Held with STAT 842
STAT 443ForecastingOn CampusUW 
 
STV 100Society, Tech & Values: IntroOn CampusUW 
STV 202Design and SocietyOn CampusUW 
STV 203Biotechnology and SocietyOn CampusUW 
STV 400Society, Tech & Values:Sr ProjOn CampusUW 
 
SVENT 225PSocial Entrep: Social ChangeOn CampusSTP 
SVENT 325PSocial Entrep: Social VentureOn CampusSTP
 
SYDE 101Intro to Systems Design EngOn CampusUW 
SYDE 101LGraphics LabOn CampusUW 
SYDE 111Fundamental Eng. Math 1On CampusUW 
SYDE 113Matrices and Linear SystemsOn CampusUW 
SYDE 121Digital ComputationOn CampusUW 
SYDE 161Introduction to DesignOn CampusUW 
SYDE 181Physics 1 (Statics)On CampusUW 
SYDE 182Physics 2 (Dynamics)On CampusUWFor MTE
SYDE 202SeminarOn CampusUW 
SYDE 212Probability and StatisticsOn CampusUW 
SYDE 252Linear Systems & SignalsOn CampusUW 
SYDE 262Eng. Economics of DesignOn CampusUW 
SYDE 286Mechanics of Deformable SolidsOn CampusUW 
SYDE 292Circuits,Instrument'n & MeasurOn CampusUW 
SYDE 292LCirc., Instr., Measuremnts LabOn CampusUW 
SYDE 401SeminarOn CampusUW 
SYDE 411Optimization and Num MethodsOn CampusUW 
SYDE 461Systems Design Workshop 2On CampusUW 
SYDE 533Conflict ResolutionOn CampusUW 
SYDE 543Cognitive ErgonomicsOn CampusUW 
SYDE 553Advanced DynamicsOn CampusUW 
SYDE 575Image ProcessingOn CampusUW 
 
UNIV 101Strtgs & Skills Acad SuccessOn CampusUWDepartment consent required
 
VCULT 100World Cinema & Visual CultureOn CampusUW Cross-listed with FINE 102
VCULT 101Art History and Visual CultureOn CampusUW Cross-listed with FINE 101
VCULT 300Visual Culture in TheoryOn CampusUW Level at least 3A
VCULT 400Visual Culture SeminarOn CampusUWAt least 3B Visual Culture Honours students Department consent required
 
WKRPT 100Work-term ReportOn CampusUW
WKRPT 200Work-term ReportOn CampusUW
WKRPT 201Work-term ReportOn CampusUW
WKRPT 300Work-term ReportOn CampusUW
WKRPT 301Work-term ReportOn CampusUW
WKRPT 400Work-term ReportOn CampusUW
WKRPT 401Work-term ReportOn CampusUW
 
WS 101Intro to Women's StudiesOn CampusUW 
WS 108EWomen in LiteratureOn CampusSTJHeld with ENGL 108E
WS 202Women Across CulturesOn CampusUW 
WS 205Gender, Culture and TechnologyOn CampusUW 
WS 206Women and the LawOn CampusUWHeld with LS 201
WS 222Gender IssuesOnlineONLNHeld with PHIL 202
WS 302Thinking Through GenderOn CampusUW 
WS 306Health Issues for WomenOn CampusUWHeld with REC 306
WS 422Studies in Feminist PhilosophyOppression and Human NatureOn CampusUWHeld with PHIL 402 TOPIC: Oppression and Human Nature
WS 499ASenior Honours ThesisOn CampusUW Senior Honours Thesis

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