The University of Waterloo

Course Selection Offerings List for Undergraduate Students

Winter 2016 (1161)

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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
ONLNR - Online - Renison
ONLN - Online
OFF - Off Campus
CGC - Conrad Grebel University Coll

SubjectCat NbrTitleTopicInstruction ModeCampusCourse Selection Notes
ACTSC 231Mathematics of FinanceOn CampusUW Two sections.
ACTSC 232Life Contingencies 1On CampusUW 
ACTSC 331Life Contingencies 2On CampusUW 
ACTSC 371Intro to InvestmentsOn CampusUW 
ACTSC 372Corporate FinanceOn CampusUW 
ACTSC 433Analysis of Survival DataOn CampusUWHeld with ACTSC 833.
ACTSC 446Mathematical Models in FinanceOn CampusUWHeld with ACTSC 846.
ACTSC 455Advanced Life Insurance PractiOn CampusUW Held with ACTSC 855.
ACTSC 462Intro Prop & Casualty PricingOn CampusUWThis course will be offered as an evening course.
 
AFM 101Intro to Financial AccountingOn CampusUW 
AFM 102Intro to Managerial AcctOn CampusUW 
AFM 121Intro to Global Financial MktsOn CampusUW 
AFM 123Accounting Info for ManagersOn CampusUW Held with ARBUS 102
AFM 131Intro to Business in N.A.On CampusUW 
AFM 131Intro to Business in N.A.OnlineONLN 
AFM 231Business LawOn CampusUW 
AFM 323Quantitative FoundationsOn CampusUW 
AFM 328Invest. Mgmt. - Junior AnalystOn CampusUWInstructor Consent Required
AFM 329Invest. Mgmt. - Senior AnalystOn CampusUWInstructor Consent Required
AFM 333International BusinessOn CampusUW 
AFM 341Accounting Information SystemsOn CampusUW 
AFM 362Taxation 1 - FoundationsOn CampusUW 
AFM 372Corporate Finance 2On CampusUW 
AFM 373Cases & Apps in Corp FinanceOn CampusUW 
AFM 391Intermed Financial Account 2On CampusUW 
AFM 422Mngmt Financial InstitutionsOn CampusUW
AFM 423Topics in Fin EconometricsOn CampusUW
AFM 424Equity InvestmentsOn CampusUW 
AFM 428Invst. Mgmt.-Jr. Portfolio MgrOn CampusUWInstructor Consent Required
AFM 429Invst. Mgmt - Sr Portfolio MgrOn CampusUWInstructor Consent Required
AFM 433Business StrategyOn CampusUW 
AFM 475Fixed Income SecuritiesOn CampusUW 
AFM 491Advanced Financial AccountingOn CampusUW 
 
AHS 100Healthy LifestyleOn CampusUW 
AHS 150Foundations Human Anat/PhysOnlineONLN 
 
AMATH 231Calculus 4On CampusUW 
AMATH 242Intro to Computational MathOn CampusUWHeld with CM 271 and CS 371
AMATH 250Intro Differential EquationsOn CampusUW 
AMATH 331Applied Real AnalysisOn CampusUWHeld with PMATH 331
AMATH 332Applied Complex AnalysisOn CampusUW Held with PMATH 332
AMATH 342Compu Methods for Diff EquatOn CampusUW 
AMATH 350Diff Equ for Bus and EconOn CampusUW 
AMATH 353Partial Diff Equations 1On CampusUW 
AMATH 361Continuum MechanicsOn CampusUW 
AMATH 373Quantum Theory 1On CampusUW 
AMATH 382Comp Modelling of Cellular SysOn CampusUWHeld with BIOL 382
AMATH 451Intro to Dynamical SystemsOn CampusUW 
AMATH 455Control TheoryOn CampusUWHeld with AMATH 655
AMATH 475Intro to General RelativityOn CampusUWHeld with AMATH 675 and PHYS 476
AMATH 495Reading CourseOn CampusUWHeld with AMATH 900
 
ANTH 100Intro to AnthropologyOn CampusUW 
ANTH 201Archaeological AnthropologyOn CampusUWHeld with CLAS 221
ANTH 202Social & Cultural AnthropologyOn CampusUW 
ANTH 272Issues-Cont Native Comm/CanadaOn CampusSTPHeld with NATST 272
ANTH 322Archaeology of the Great LakesOn CampusUW 
ANTH 347Medical AnthropologyOn CampusUW 
ANTH 361Primate ConservationOn CampusUW 
ANTH 382Contemporary ChinaOn CampusUW 
ANTH 391Reading in AnthropologyOn CampusUWDepartment Consent Required
ANTH 455Skeletal Biology and ForensicsOn CampusUWHeld with ANTH 655 
ANTH 498CapstoneOn CampusUW 
ANTH 499AHonours EssayOn CampusUWDepartment Consent Required
ANTH 499BHonours EssayOn CampusUWDepartment Consent Required
 
APPLS 304RSecond Lang Teaching MethodOn CampusREN 
APPLS 306RSecond Lang Assessment/TestingOn CampusREN 
 
ARBUS 102Accounting Info for ManagersOn CampusUWArts and Business first year students only.
ARBUS 200EntrepreneurshipOn CampusUW 
ARBUS 202Professional & Business EthicsOn CampusUW 
ARBUS 300Practical Business SkillsOn CampusUW 
ARBUS 301International BusinessOn CampusUWCross-listed and held with AFM 333.
ARBUS 302Principles/Market&Consum FinOn CampusUWArts and Business, Year 3 and up. Cross-listed and held with ECON 344.
ARBUS 400Strategy & Program IntegrationOn CampusUW 
 
ARCH 113Visual & Digital Media 2On CampusUWOffered at Cambridge Campus| Architecture students only| Enrol for lecture and lab
ARCH 126Environmental Building DesignOn CampusUWOffered at Cambridge Campus| Architecture students only| Pre-Requisite Arch 125
ARCH 143Ancient World & Fnds of EuropeOn CampusUWOffered at Cambridge Campus| Architecture students only|
ARCH 173Building Construction 2On CampusUWOffered at Cambridge Campus| Architecture students only| Non-Architecture students require instructor consent| Pre- requisite Arch 172
ARCH 193Design StudioOn CampusUWOffered at Cambridge Campus| Architecture students only|
ARCH 328Architecture and UrbanismOn CampusUWOffered at Cambridge Campus | Architecture students only|| At least 3A level | Elective offering | Enrolment Cap 10
ARCH 331Working with WoodOn CampusUWOffered at Cambridge Campus | Architecture students only| | At least 3A level | Elective offering | Enrolment Cap 15
ARCH 343Enlight, Romanticism & 19th COn CampusUWOffered at Cambridge Campus| Architecture students only| Pre requisite Arch 342
ARCH 346Competitions in ArchitectureOn CampusUWOffered at Cambridge Campus| Architecture students only| Instructor Consent Required
ARCH 347Philosophy in ArchitectureOn CampusUWOffered at Cambridge Campus | Architecture students only| At least 3A level | Elective offering | Enrolment Cap 10
ARCH 362Steel & Concrete: D, S & COn CampusUWOffered at Cambridge Campus| Architecture students only| Pre requisite Arch 260 and Arch 276
ARCH 364Building ScienceOn CampusUWOffered at Cambridge Campus| Architecture students only|
ARCH 385Architectural ResearchEcosystem Desg-Urban LandscapeOn CampusUWOffered at Cambridge Campus | Architecture students only| Department consent required | At least 3A level | Elective offering | Enrolment Cap 6
ARCH 392Design StudioOn CampusUWOffered at Cambridge Campus| Architecture students only
 
ARTS 101Foundations for WritingOn CampusUWDepartment consent required.
ARTS 111Career DevelopmentOn CampusUW 
ARTS 280Statistics for Arts StudentsOn CampusUW 
 
AVIA 101Prof Pilot Program Course IOn CampusUW 
AVIA 204Prof Pilot Program Course IVOn CampusUW 
AVIA 307Prof Pilot Program Course VIIOn CampusUW 
AVIA 310Human Factors in AviationOn CampusUW 
AVIA 374Special Topics in AviationOn CampusUW
 
BET 100Essentials of EntrepreneurshipOnlineONLN 
BET 300Foundations, Venture CreationOn CampusUWFinal admission is contingent on successful interview. More information can be found here: https://uwaterloo.ca/conrad-business-entrepreneurship-technology/undergraduate-students/undergraduate-courses
BET 310Entrprise Coop Entre Plan ExecOn CampusUWIs only available to students who have completed an enterprise co-op work term. 
BET 320Intro to Commercialization MgtOn CampusUW 
BET 400Growing Early-stage VenturesOn CampusUW 
BET 410BCap Entre Plan Exec Part 2On CampusUW 
BET 411Capstone Entrepreneurhsip PlanOn CampusUW 
BET 412Adv.Topics in EntrepreneurshipOn CampusUW 
BET 420Social Entrepreneurship & CSROn CampusUW 
 
BIOL 101Biology in the Modern WorldOn CampusUW 
BIOL 120Intro:Plant Struct & FunctionOn CampusUW 
BIOL 130Intro Cell BiologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 165Diversity of LifeOn CampusUW 
BIOL 211Intro Vertebrate ZoologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 239GeneticsOn CampusUW 
BIOL 241Intro to Applied MicrobiologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 273Principles of Human Physio 1On CampusUW 
BIOL 273LHuman Physiology 1 LabOn CampusUW 
BIOL 280Introduction to BiophysicsOn CampusUW Cross-listed with PHYS 280
BIOL 302Functional HistologyOn CampusUW Will be offered in Winter terms only starting Winter 2016.
BIOL 331Advanced Cell BiologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 335LMolecular Biology TechniquesOn CampusUW 
BIOL 341Fundamentals of ImmunologyOn CampusUWAnti-req to BIOL 441 Immunology. BIOL 341 Fundamentals of Immunology, will be required for the following courses starting Fall 2016: BIOL 441 Advances in Immunology, BIOL 442 Virology, BIOL 444 Bacterial Pathogenesis (formerly Microorganisms of Disease) & BIOL 472 Cell Biology of Human Disease.
BIOL 346Microbial Ecology & DiversityOn CampusUW 
BIOL 348LLab Methods in MicrobiologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 351Aquatic EcologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 359Evolution 1: MechanismsOn CampusUWBIOL 250 recommended
BIOL 360Evolution 2: Fossil RecordOn CampusUW Cross-listed with EARTH 336
BIOL 361Biostatistics & Exptl DesignOn CampusUW 
BIOL 365Methods in BioinformaticsOn CampusUWBIOL 365 Methods in Bioinformatics (formerly Resources in Bioinformatics), has a new pre-req effective Winter 2016: BIOL 239 & one of BIOL 266, CHEM 140 or CS 136.
BIOL 371Comparative Animal Physiolgy 2On CampusUW 
BIOL 373Principles of Human Physio 2On CampusUW 
BIOL 373LHuman Physiology 2 LabOn CampusUW 
BIOL 382Comp Modelling of Cellular SysOn CampusUW Cross-listed with AMATH 382
BIOL 383Tropical EcosystemsOn CampusUW Cross-listed with ERS 383
BIOL 414ParasitologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 428Plant Molecular GeneticsOn CampusUW 
BIOL 431Bacterial Molecular GeneticsOn CampusUW 
BIOL 432Molecular Biotechnology 2On CampusUW 
BIOL 433Plant BiotechnologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 442VirologyOn CampusUWBIOL 341 Fundamentals of Immunology, is a new Pre-req for BIOL 442 Virology, effective Winter 2017
BIOL 449Public Health MicrobiologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 450Marine BiologyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 457Analysis of CommunitiesOn CampusUW 
BIOL 465Structural BioinformaticsOn CampusUWBIOL 465 Structural Bioinformatics (formerly Current Topics in Bioinformatics) has a new pre-req effective Winter 2016: CHEM 237, & one of BIOL 266/BIOL 366 or BIOL 365. If missing CHEM 237, please see Dr. McConkey or the Biology Undergraduate Office
BIOL 467Plant-Bacterial InteractionsOn CampusUW 
BIOL 477LTechniques in Animal PhysiolgyOn CampusUW 
BIOL 484Advanced Eukaryotic GeneticsOn CampusUW 
BIOL 487Computational NeuroscienceOn CampusUWcross listed with SYDE 552
BIOL 489Arctic EcologyOn CampusUW 
 
BME 102SeminarOn CampusUW
BME 122Data Structures and AlgorithmsOn CampusUW 
BME 162Human Factors in BiomedicalOn CampusUW 
BME 182Physics II - DynamicsOn CampusUW 
BME 184Engineering BiologyOn CampusUW 
BME 184LEngineering Biology LabOn CampusUW 
 
BUS 111WIntro to Bus Organization(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 121WFunct Areas of Orgnzat'n(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 127WIntro to Financial Acc (WLU)On CampusWLU Open to Double Degree Students Only
BUS 231WBusiness Law (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only
BUS 247WManagerial Accounting (WLU)On CampusWLU Open to Double Degree Students Only
BUS 283WFinancial Management 1 (WLU)On CampusWLU Open to Double Degree Students Only
BUS 288WOrganizat'nal Behaviour 1(WLU)On CampusWLU Open to Double Degree Students Only
BUS 352WIntro to Marketing (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 353WIntro Risk Mang't & Ins. (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 354WHuman Resources Managemen(WLU)On CampusWLU  Open to Double Degree Students Only
BUS 357WTaxation (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 362WBuilding & Managing Pro(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 385WOperations Management 1 (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
BUS 387WIntermediate Accounting 1(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 393WFinancial Management 2 (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only
BUS 395WOperations Management 2 (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only
BUS 397WIntermediate Account 2 (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 398WOrganizat'nal Behaviour 2(WLU)On CampusWLU  Open to Double Degree Students Only
BUS 403WEntrepreneurial Finance(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 405WProcurem't & Supply Mgt (WLU)On CampusWLU  Open to Double Degree Students Only
BUS 412WServices Marketing Mgt (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 413WPers. Fin. Plan. & Manage(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 419WProperty & Liabil Insur (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 421WManage Family Enterprise(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 422WMarketing Research (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
BUS 423WOptions, Futures & Swaps(WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
BUS 429WCapital Market Issues in (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
BUS 432WConsumer Behaviour (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
BUS 433WMgmt of Financial Inst (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 435WSupply Chain Management(WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
BUS 443WInternational Fin'l Mgt (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 445WInfo Systems for Supply(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 448WStategic Comp in Canada(WLU)On CampusWLU Open to Double Degree Students Only 
BUS 449WFixed Income Analysis (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 451WLegal Env: Bus in Canada (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 452WMarketing Strategy (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 453WWorking Capital Management(WLUOn CampusWLU 
BUS 455WTransport & Facilities (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 457WFinancial Account Theory (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 462WBusiness-to-Bus Marketing(WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
BUS 463WAdv Corporate Finance (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 464WLabour Relations (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 466WAdvanced Taxation (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 467WAdvanced Management Acct (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 469WGlobal Marketing Mgmt (WLU)On CampusWLU Open to Double Degree Students Only 
BUS 470WBrand Communication (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
BUS 472WMarketing Communications(WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only
BUS 473WInvestment Management (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 477WAuditing (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
BUS 481WBusiness Policy 1 (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 483WLife and Health Insurance(WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 486WInfo Sys Dev, Control & AuditOn CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
BUS 487WAdvanced Accounting (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
BUS 488WLeadership (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
BUS 491WBusiness Policy 2 (WLU)On CampusWLU 
BUS 495QWBusiness Analytics (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
 
CHE 101Chemical Eng'g Concepts 2On CampusUW 
CHE 121Engineering ComputationOn CampusUW 
CHE 161Engineering BiologyOn CampusUW 
CHE 200Equilibrium Stage OperationsOn CampusUW 
CHE 201SeminarOn CampusUW 
CHE 220Process Data AnalysisOn CampusUW 
CHE 230Physical Chemistry 1On CampusUW 
CHE 290Chemical Engineering Lab 1On CampusUW 
CHE 298Directed Research ProjectOn CampusUW 
CHE 301SeminarOn CampusUW 
CHE 302SeminarOn CampusUW 
CHE 312Math of Heat & Mass TransferOn CampusUW 
CHE 313Appl of Heat & Mass TransferOn CampusUW 
CHE 314Chemical Reaction EngineeringOn CampusUW 
CHE 322Num Methd Process Anls DesgnOn CampusUW 
CHE 330Chemical Eng ThermodynamicsOn CampusUW 
CHE 331Electrochemical EngineeringOn CampusUW 
CHE 390Chemical Engineering Lab 3On CampusUW 
CHE 391Chemical Engineering Lab 4On CampusUW 
CHE 398Directed Research ProjectOn CampusUW 
CHE 399Directed Research ProjectOn CampusUW 
CHE 402SeminarOn CampusUW 
CHE 425Strategies for Process ImproveOn CampusUW 
CHE 483Group Design ProjectOn CampusUW 
CHE 499Elective Research ProjectOn CampusUW 
CHE 514Fundamentals of Petroleum ProdOn CampusUW 
CHE 522Adv Process Dynamics & ControlOn CampusUW 
CHE 524Process Control LaboratoryOn CampusUW 
CHE 543Polymer Production:On CampusUW 
CHE 562Advanced Bioprocess EngOn CampusUW 
CHE 564Food Process EngineeringOn CampusUW 
CHE 571Industrial EcologyOn CampusUW 
CHE 572Air Pollution ControlOn CampusUW 
CHE 574Industrial WastewaterOn CampusUW 
 
CHEM 120Phys & Chem Prop of MatterOn CampusUW 
CHEM 123Chem Reac,Equilibria,KineticsOn CampusUW 
CHEM 123LChemical Reactions Lab 2On CampusUW 
CHEM 140Scientific CalculationsOn CampusUW 
CHEM 212Structure and BondingOn CampusUW 
CHEM 220LAnalytical Chemistry Lab 1On CampusUW 
CHEM 221Multi-Component AnalysisOn CampusUW 
CHEM 224LAnalytical Chemistry Lab 2On CampusUW 
CHEM 233Fundamentals of BiochemistryOn CampusUW 
CHEM 237Intro BiochemistryOn CampusUW 
CHEM 237LIntro Biochemistry LabOn CampusUW 
CHEM 254Intro Chemical ThermodynamicsOn CampusUW 
CHEM 262Organic Chem for EngineeringOn CampusUWfor Chemical Engineering and Nanotechnology Engineering students.
CHEM 262LOrg Chem Lab for Eng'gOn CampusUWfor students currently enrolled in CHEM 262
CHEM 265Organic Chemistry 2On CampusUW 
CHEM 265LOrganic Chemistry Lab 1On CampusUW 
CHEM 267Basic Organic Chemistry 2On CampusUW 
CHEM 267LOrganic Chemistry LabOn CampusUW 
CHEM 313Main Group & Solid State ChemOn CampusUW 
CHEM 313LInorganic Chemistry Lab 1On CampusUW 
CHEM 335LAdvanced Biochemistry LabOn CampusUW 
CHEM 340Intro Computational ChemistryOn CampusUW 
CHEM 350Chemical KineticsOn CampusUW 
CHEM 357Physical BiochemistryOn CampusUW 
CHEM 360Organic Chemistry 3On CampusUW 
CHEM 360LSenior Organic Chemistry LabOn CampusUW 
CHEM 381Medicinal and Bioorganic ChemOn CampusUW 
CHEM 392AResearch Project 1On CampusUWResearch Project for Exchange Students. Instructor permission required.
CHEM 392BResearch Project 2On CampusUWResearch Project for Exchange Students. Instructor permission required.
CHEM 410Spec Topics in Inorganic ChemChem Inorg Solid St MaterialsOn CampusUW 
CHEM 420Spec Topics in Analytical ChemBioanalytical ChemistryOn CampusUW 
CHEM 430Special Topics in BiochemistryEnzyme MechanismsOn CampusUW 
CHEM 433Advanced BiochemistryOn CampusUW 
CHEM 450Spec Topics in Physical ChemUltrafast SpectroscopyOn CampusUW 
CHEM 450Spec Topics in Physical ChemAtomic and Molecular ClustersOn CampusUW 
CHEM 460Special Topics in Organic ChemPhysical-Organic ChemistryOn CampusUWThis course only requires Chem 265. If you require a course requisite override for Chem 360, please contact mgreavet@uwaterloo.ca for course selection.
CHEM 470Special Topics in Polymer ChemPolymer Prop - PolymerizationOn CampusUW 
CHEM 481Rational Drug DesignOn CampusUW
CHEM 494AResearch ProjectOn CampusUWPermission from Chemistry Chair is required.
CHEM 494BResearch ProjectOn CampusUWPermission from Chemistry Chair is required.
CHEM 496Advanced Research ProjectOn CampusUWAdvanced Research Project for Exchange Students. Instructor permission required.
 
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/renison/sites/ca.renison/files/uploads/files/ChineseCourse2.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 CampusRENStudents who have knowledge of Chinese, written or spoken, should submit an application form. Form is found at: https://uwaterloo.ca/renison/sites/ca.renison/files/uploads/files/ChineseCourse2.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 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/renison/sites/ca.renison/files/uploads/files/ChineseCourse2.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 Students who have knowledge of Chinese, written or spoken, should submit an application form. Form is found at: https://uwaterloo.ca/renison/sites/ca.renison/files/uploads/files/ChineseCourse2.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 201RSecond-Year Chinese 1On CampusREN Students who have knowledge of Chinese, written or spoken, should submit an application form. Form is found at: https://uwaterloo.ca/renison/sites/ca.renison/files/uploads/files/ChineseCourse2.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 202RSecond-Year Chinese 2On CampusREN Students who have knowledge of Chinese, written or spoken, should submit an application form. Form is found at: https://uwaterloo.ca/renison/sites/ca.renison/files/uploads/files/ChineseCourse2.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 272RChinese Culture and SocietyOn CampusREN 
CHINA 302RThird-Year Chinese 2On CampusREN Students who have knowledge of Chinese, written or spoken, should submit an application form. Form is found at: https://uwaterloo.ca/renison/sites/ca.renison/files/uploads/files/ChineseCourse2.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 310RChinese for Business SettingsOn CampusRENStudents who have knowledge of Chinese, written or spoken, should submit an application form. Form is found at: https://uwaterloo.ca/renison/sites/ca.renison/files/uploads/files/ChineseCourse2.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 390RIntroduction to TranslationOn CampusREN 
 
CIVE 105Mechanics 2On CampusUW 
CIVE 121Computational MethodsOn CampusUW 
CIVE 153Earth EngineeringOn CampusUW 
CIVE 199SeminarOn CampusUW 
CIVE 303Structural Analysis 1On CampusUW 
CIVE 331Advanced Math. for Civil EngrsOn CampusUW 
CIVE 342Transport Principles & ApplOn CampusUW 
CIVE 353Geotechnical Engineering 1On CampusUW 
CIVE 375Water Quality EngineeringOn CampusUW 
CIVE 381HydraulicsOn CampusUW 
CIVE 398SeminarOn CampusUW 
CIVE 401Civil Engineering Project 2On CampusUW 
CIVE 415Structural SystemsOn CampusUW 
CIVE 422Finite Element AnalysisOn CampusUW 
CIVE 440Transit Planning & OpOn CampusUW 
CIVE 460Engineering BiomechanicsOrthopaedic BioengineeringOn CampusUW 
CIVE 497Special Topics in Civil EngLow-Energy Building SystemsOn CampusUW 
CIVE 499SeminarOn CampusUW 
CIVE 505Structural DynamicsOn CampusUW
CIVE 507Building Science & TechnologyOn CampusUW 
CIVE 542Pavement Structural DesignOn CampusUW 
CIVE 554Geotechnical Engineering 3On CampusUW 
CIVE 583Design of Urban Water SystemsOn CampusUW 
CIVE 596Construction EngineeringOn CampusUW 
 
CLAS 104Classical MythologyOn CampusUW 
CLAS 201Ancient Greek SocietyOn CampusUW 
CLAS 221Archaeological AnthropologyOn CampusUW 
CLAS 241Surv. of Greek Art & Architec.On CampusUW 
CLAS 251Greek HistoryOn CampusUW 
CLAS 261Great Works:Ancient & MedievalOn CampusUW 
CLAS 327Astrology and MagicOn CampusUW 
CLAS 361History Ancient PhilosophyOn CampusUW 
CLAS 486Senior SeminarRepts of the Hellenistic EastOn CampusUW 
 
CO 227Intro to Optimiza (Non-Spec)On CampusUW 
CO 250Introduction to OptimizationOn CampusUW 
CO 250Introduction to OptimizationOnlineONLN 
CO 255Intro Optimization (Adv Level)On CampusUW 
CO 327Deter OR Models (Non-Spec)On CampusUW 
CO 331Coding TheoryOn CampusUW 
CO 353Computational Discrete OptimizOn CampusUW 
CO 367Nonlinear OptimizationOn CampusUW 
CO 370Deterministic Op. Res. ModelsOn CampusUW 
CO 372Portfolio Optimization ModelsOn CampusUW 
CO 434Combinatorial DesignOn CampusUW
CO 481Intro Quantum Info ProcessingOn CampusUW 
CO 487Applied CryptographyOn CampusUW 
 
COGSCI 300IntelligenceOn CampusUW 
 
COMM 231Business Law for Math StudentsOn CampusUWCOMM 231 is the new course name/number for MTHEL 100 (effective Fall 2011).
COMM 321Interm Accounting for FinanceOn CampusUW 
COMM 400Entrepren,Tech&Emerg Info EconOn CampusUWCOMM 400 is the new course name/number for MTHEL 400 (effective Winter 2012).
COMM 421Financial Statement AnalysisOn CampusUW 
COMM 432Electronic BusinessOn CampusUW 
 
CROAT 102Elementary Croatian IIOn CampusUWCROAT 102 is NOT open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with knowledge of the Croatian language who have not taken CROAT 101 please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
CROAT 102Elementary Croatian IIOnlineONLNCROAT 102 is NOT open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with knowledge of the Croatian language who have not taken CROAT 101 please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
CROAT 202Intermediate Croatian IIOn CampusUWStudents with knowledge of the Croatian language who have not taken CROAT 201 please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
 
CS 100Intro Computing through ApplOnlineONLN 
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 138Intro to Data Abstr and ImplemOn CampusUWSE students only.
CS 146Elem Alg Des and Data Abst AdvOn CampusUW 
CS 230Intro to Computers & Comp SysOn CampusUW 
CS 240Data Structures & Data MgmtOn CampusUWIn W16, the Cheriton School of Computer Science will be offering a pilot version of an enriched CS240, taught by Dr. Therese Biedl. If you are interested in enrolling in this section, please do not enroll in the course, just email your student id number to cs-uops@cs, with the subject "W65 CS240 Enriched". You will then be block enrolled into the appropriate section. The description of the course follows: CS 240 (Enriched) Prereq: (CS 245 or SE 212), (CS 246 (mark 80) or 247 (mark 80)), (one of STAT 206 (mark 80), 230 (mark 80), 240); Computer Science students only. Antireq: CS 240, CS 234, ECE 250, SE 240 In this course we enhance the standard data structures curriculum with advanced data structures such as treaps, van Emde Boas trees, R-trees, Fractional Cascading and Arithmetic Compression. We also take a deeper look into the analysis of standard data structures, such as MTF heuristic, Interpolation search and Hashing. Recommended for students seeking a challenge beyond the standard material.
CS 241Foundations of Sequential ProgOn CampusUW 
CS 245Logic and ComputationOn CampusUW 
CS 246Object-Oriented Software DevelOn CampusUW 
CS 251Computer Organization & DesignOn CampusUW 
CS 330Management Information SystemsOn CampusUWStratford Campus-GBDA students only
CS 330Management Information SystemsOn 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 365Models of ComputationOn CampusUW 
CS 370Numerical ComputationOn CampusUW 
CS 371Intro to Computational MathOn CampusUW 
CS 430Applications Software EngOn CampusUW 
CS 436Networks and Distr Comp SystemOn CampusUW 
CS 442Principles of Programming LangOn CampusUW 
CS 444Compiler ConstructionOn CampusUW 
CS 445Software Req:Specif & AnalysisOn CampusUW 
CS 446Software Design, ArchitecturesOn CampusUW 
CS 447Software Test/QualAssur& MaintOn CampusUW 
CS 448Database Systems ImplementatioOn CampusUW 
CS 450Computer ArchitectureOn CampusUW 
CS 452Real-Time ProgrammingOn CampusUW 
CS 454Distributed SystemsOn CampusUW 
CS 456Computer NetworksOn CampusUW 
CS 458Computer Security and PrivacyOn CampusUW 
CS 462Formal Languages & ParsingOn CampusUW 
CS 467Intro Quantum Info ProcessingOn CampusUW 
CS 473Medical Image ProcessingOn CampusUW 
CS 476Num Comp for Fin ModelingOn CampusUW 
CS 482Comp Tech: Biol Sequence AnalOn CampusUW 
CS 485Mach Learning:Stat & Comp FounOn CampusUW 
CS 486Intro Artificial IntelligenceOn CampusUW 
CS 487Intro to Symbolic ComputationOn CampusUW 
CS 488Intro to Computer GraphicsOn CampusUW 
CS 489Advanced Topics in Comp SciComputational AudioOn CampusUWPrerequisite: Scientific Computation (CS370, or equivalent). Matlab programming an asset. Evaluation: Assignments (60%), Final project (40%) Details (TBA): http://cs.uwaterloo.ca/~mannr This course will provide a self contained introduction to sound processing by computer. It is aimed at senior undergraduates with a strong interest in applied math and scientific computation and looking for a project based course. The course will begin with a brief introduction to human hearing, acoustics and electronics. We will then cover analog to digital and digital to analog conversion, followed by time and frequency domain analysis of signals (Fourier transform). Given this foundation a number of practical problems will be studied, including: Sound analysis (time frequency and wavelet representation), sound synthesis (amplitude and frequency modulation) and System identification (measure frequency response of circuits, microphones, speakers). Optional topics (lecture and/or project material) include: Digital signal processing (z-transform), audio compression (MP3), digital audio hardware and software systems, and acoustics simulation.
CS 489Advanced Topics in Comp SciBig Data InfrastructureOn CampusUWThis course provides an introduction to infrastructure that makes data-intensive computing (aka "big data") possible, covering abstractions, frameworks, and algorithms. We¿ll discuss processing of many types of data (textual, relational, graph, etc.) as well as different styles of computation (batch, online, etc.). We'll be working extensively with MapReduce, Spark, noSQL, and other emerging open-source frameworks for distributed processing. For more details, see https://cs.uwaterloo.ca/~cs-uops/blog_info/W16_CS489-bigdata.pdf.
CS 489Advanced Topics in Comp SciComplexity of Comp. ProblemsOn CampusUWPrereq: CS 341 is required. CS 360 or CS 365 are recommended but not required. This course will introduce techniques for establishing fundamental limitations of algorithms for solving computational problems in various settings. Specifically, we will learn and apply methods for determining the minimum time and space requirements of deterministic and randomized algorithms, approximation algorithms, sublinear-time algorithms, streaming algorithms, and parallel algorithms. This course will be of interest to students who wish to understand the mathematical foundations of computer science and its connections to different topics in combinatorics, probability theory, information theory, and complexity theory. https://cs.uwaterloo.ca/~eblais/CS489/
CS 490Information Systems ManagementOn CampusUW 
CS 492Social Implications of CompOn CampusUW 
 
DAC 201Design Dig: Images & HypertextOn CampusUW 
DAC 300Special Topics Digital DesignOn CampusUW 
DAC 302Machinima:Digital StorytellingOn CampusUW 
DAC 309User Experience DesignOn CampusUW 
DAC 329Digital PresentationsOn CampusUW 
 
DRAMA 102Introduction to PerformanceOn CampusUW 
DRAMA 200Theatre and Perf in ContextOn CampusUW 
DRAMA 207Production Participation 2Upstart - PerformanceOn CampusUWUPSTART - performance
DRAMA 207Production Participation 2Upstart - DramaturgyOn CampusUWUpstart - dramaturgy
DRAMA 207Production Participation 2Upstart - Production MgmtOn CampusUWUpstart - production management
DRAMA 220Performance StudiesOn CampusUWDRAMA 220 is cross-listed with SPCOM 220
DRAMA 222Performing the BodyOn CampusUWAudition required
DRAMA 244Technical Production 2On CampusUW 
DRAMA 248Management for the ArtsOn CampusUW 
DRAMA 301Performance CreationOn CampusUW 
DRAMA 307Production Participation 4Upstart - DramaturgyOn CampusUWUpstart - dramaturgy
DRAMA 307Production Participation 4Upstart - Production MgmtOn CampusUWUpstart - production management
DRAMA 307Production Participation 4Upstart - PerfromanceOn CampusUWUpstart - performance
DRAMA 322Approaches to Acting: BodyOn CampusUWAudition required
DRAMA 378Black Theatre and PerformanceOn CampusUW 
DRAMA 379Virtual Theatre & PerformanceOn CampusUW 
DRAMA 387Shakespeare 2OnlineONLNDRAMA 387 is cross-listed with ENGL 363
DRAMA 407Production Participation 8Upstart - PerformanceOn CampusUWUpstart- performance
DRAMA 407Production Participation 8Upstart - DramaturgyOn CampusUWUpstart - dramaturgy
DRAMA 407Production Participation 8Upstart - Production MgmtOn CampusUWUpstart - production management
DRAMA 417Production Participation 10Upstart - PerformanceOn CampusUWUpstart - performance
DRAMA 417Production Participation 10Upstart - DramaturgyOn CampusUWUpstart - dramaturgy
DRAMA 417Production Participation 10Upstart - Production MgmtOn CampusUWUpstart - production management
 
DUTCH 101Elementary Dutch IOnlineONLNDUTCH 101 is NOT open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with knowledge of the Dutch language please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
DUTCH 102Elementary Dutch IIOn CampusUWDUTCH 102 is NOT open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with knowledge of the Dutch language who have not taken DUTCH 101 please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
DUTCH 202Intermediate Dutch IIOn CampusUWDUTCH 202 is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability.Students with knowledge of the Dutch language who have not taken DUTCH 201 please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
 
EARTH 122Intro Environmental SciencesOn CampusUWMay be taken without the lab
EARTH 122LIntro Environmental Sci LabOn CampusUWmust take earth 122 if taking lab
EARTH 221Geochemistry 1On CampusUW 
EARTH 232PetrographyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 238Intro Structural GeologyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 281Geol. Impacts on Human HealthOn CampusUW 
EARTH 321Intro to GeomicrobiologyOn CampusUW
EARTH 332Metamorphic PetrologyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 333Intro SedimentologyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 336Evolution 2: Fossil RecordOn CampusUW
EARTH 358Earth System ScienceOn CampusUW 
EARTH 390Methods in Geological MappingOn CampusOFF 
EARTH 435Advanced Structural GeologyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 436AHonours ThesisOn CampusUW 
EARTH 436BHonours ThesisOn CampusUW 
EARTH 437Rock MechanicsOn CampusUW 
EARTH 438Engineering GeologyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 439Flow and Transport Fract RocksOn CampusUW 
EARTH 456Numerical Meth in HydrogeologyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 459Chemical HydrogeologyOn CampusUW 
EARTH 460Applied Geophysics 2On CampusUW 
EARTH 471Mineral DepositsOn CampusUW 
EARTH 490Field CourseOn CampusOFF 
EARTH 499Research ProjectOn CampusUW 
 
EASIA 201RIntroduction to East AsiaOn CampusREN 
EASIA 231RCalligraphy to Conceptual ArtOn CampusRENCross listed with FINE 275 and SI 231R.
EASIA 275RReligion and Japanese FilmOn CampusRENCross-listed with RS 275
EASIA 301RPolitical Economy of East AsiaOn CampusREN 
 
ECE 100BECE PracticeOn CampusUW 
ECE 103Discrete MathematicsOn CampusUW 
ECE 106Physics of Electrical Eng 2On CampusUW 
ECE 124Digital Circuits and SystemsOn CampusUW 
ECE 155Eng. Design, Embedded SystemsOn CampusUW 
ECE 327Digital Hardware SystemsOn CampusUWOnly pre-enroll into this course you are using ECE 327 as an elective or to clear a failure. Computer Engineering students do not need to pre-enroll into this course as it is a core course for them.
ECE 331Electronic DevicesOn CampusUWOnly pre-enroll into this course if you are using ECE 331 as an elective or to clear a failure. Electrical Engineering students do not need to pre-enroll into this course as it is a core course for them.
ECE 351CompilersOn CampusUWOnly pre-enroll into this course if you are using ECE 351 as an elective or to clear a failure. Computer Engineering students do not need to pre-enroll into this course as it is a core course for them.
ECE 356Database SystemsOn CampusUWOnly pre-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 pre-enroll into this course as it is a core course for them.
ECE 358Computer NetworksOn CampusUWOnly pre-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 pre-enroll into this course as it is a core course for them.
ECE 361Power Systems and ComponentsOn CampusUWOnly pre-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 pre-enroll into this course as it is a core course for them.
ECE 375Electromagnetic Fields & WavesOn CampusUWOnly pre-enroll into this course if you are using ECE 375 as an elective or to clear a failure. Electrical Engineering students do not need to pre-enroll into this course as it is a core course for them.
ECE 404Geometrical & Physical OpticsOn CampusUW 
ECE 405Intro to Quantum MechanicsOn CampusUW 
ECE 406Algorithm Design and AnalysisOn CampusUW 
ECE 409Cryptography & System SecurityOn CampusUW 
ECE 415Multimedia Processing & CodingOn CampusUW 
ECE 416Advanced Topics in NetworkingOn CampusUW 
ECE 423Embedded Computer SystemsOn CampusUW 
ECE 433Fab Tech for Micro & Nano DevOn CampusUW 
ECE 444Integrated Analog ElectronicsOn CampusUW 
ECE 451Software Req:Specif & AnalysisOn CampusUW 
ECE 453Software Test/QualAssur& MaintOn CampusUW 
ECE 457BComputational IntelligenceOn CampusUW 
ECE 459Programming for PerformanceOn CampusUW 
ECE 464HV Eng & Power Sys ProtectionOn CampusUW 
ECE 467Power Syst Op & MarketsOn CampusUW 
ECE 474Radio and Wireless SystemsOn CampusUW 
ECE 477Photonic Devices and SystemsOn CampusUW 
ECE 488Multivariable Control SystemsOn CampusUW 
ECE 499Engineering ProjectOn CampusUW 
 
ECON 100Principles of EconomicsOn CampusUW 
ECON 101Intro to MicroeconomicsOn CampusUW 
ECON 102Intro to MacroeconomicsOn CampusUW 
ECON 102Intro to MacroeconomicsOnlineONLN 
ECON 140WIntro.To Macroeconomics (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
ECON 201Microeconomic Theory 1On CampusUW 
ECON 202Macroeconomic Theory 1On CampusUW 
ECON 211Intro to Mathematical EconOn CampusUW 
ECON 220Principles of EntrepreneurshipOn CampusUW 
ECON 221Statistics for EconomistsOn CampusUW 
ECON 231Intro to International EconOn CampusUW 
ECON 250WInt Macroec Anlys for Mgt(WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
ECON 254Economics of SportOn CampusUW 
ECON 260WInt Microec Anal for Mgt (WLU)On CampusWLUOpen to Double Degree Students Only 
ECON 301Microeconomic Theory 2On CampusUW 
ECON 302Macroeconomic Theory 2On CampusUW 
ECON 304Monetary EconomicsOn CampusUW 
ECON 321Intro to EconometricsOn CampusUW 
ECON 332International FinanceOn CampusUW 
ECON 344Principles/Market&Consum FinOn CampusUW 
ECON 351Labour EconomicsOn CampusUW 
ECON 361Cost Benefit Analys&Proj EvalOnlineONLN 
ECON 371Business Finance 1On CampusUW 
ECON 372Business Finance 2On CampusUW 
ECON 401Microeconomic Theory 3On CampusUW 
ECON 402Macroeconomic Theory 3On CampusUW 
ECON 412Game TheoryOn CampusUW 
ECON 421EconometricsOn CampusUW 
ECON 422Topics in EconometricsOn CampusUW 
ECON 451Law and EconomicsOn CampusUW 
ECON 452Topics in Labour EconomicsOn CampusUW 
ECON 472Senior Honours EssayOn CampusUWPermission granted from Economics Department. Must attend information session. Application forms need to be filled out and returned to HH 214
ECON 483Special TopicsTopics in Cdn Economic HistoryOn CampusUW 
ECON 484Special TopicsTopics in Numerical MethodsOn CampusUW 
ECON 484Special TopicsEconomic GrowthOn CampusUW 
 
EMLS 101ROral Commun - Acad PurposesOn CampusREN 
EMLS 102RError Correct - Acad WritingOn CampusREN 
EMLS 103RPhonetics - Eng PronunciationOn CampusREN 
EMLS 104RReading & Listening AcademicOn CampusREN 
EMLS 110RCrit Expression Can. AcademicOn CampusREN 
EMLS 129RWritten Academic EnglishOn CampusREN 
EMLS 129RWritten Academic EnglishOnlineONLN 
 
ENBUS 112Op Sustainable Dev in BusinessOn CampusUW 
ENBUS 302Strategies for Env and BusOn CampusUW 
ENBUS 307Industrial Ecology Life CycleOn CampusUW
ENBUS 402BEnvironment & Business ProjectOn CampusUW 
ENBUS 409Special Topics ENV & BusinessOn CampusUW 
ENBUS 410Engaging StakeholdersOn CampusUW 
ENBUS 414Sustainability Small & Med EntOn CampusUW 
 
ENGL 100AFictionOn CampusUW 
ENGL 101AIntro to Literary StudiesOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 101BIntro to Rhetorical StudiesOn CampusUW 
ENGL 101BIntro to Rhetorical StudiesOnlineONLN 
ENGL 104Rhetoric in Popular CultureOn CampusUW 
ENGL 108AThe SuperheroOn CampusUW 
ENGL 108AThe SuperheroOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 108DDigital LivesOn CampusUW 
ENGL 108FThe RebelOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 108HIsolation & AlienationOn CampusUW 
ENGL 108MYouth & AdolescenceOn CampusUW 
ENGL 109Intro to Academic WritingOn CampusUW 
ENGL 109Intro to Academic WritingOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 109Intro to Academic WritingOnlineONLN 
ENGL 119Communications in Math & CSOn CampusUW 
ENGL 119Communications in Math & CSOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 140RThe Use of English 1On CampusREN 
ENGL 190ShakespeareOn CampusUW 
ENGL 190ShakespeareOnlineONLN 
ENGL 200ASurvey of British Literature 1OnlineONLN 
ENGL 200BSurvey of British Literature 2On CampusUW 
ENGL 200BSurvey of British Literature 2On CampusSTJ 
ENGL 200BSurvey of British Literature 2OnlineONLN 
ENGL 201The Short StoryOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 202AThe Bible & Literature 1OnlineONLN 
ENGL 208AForms of FantasyOn CampusUW 
ENGL 208BScience FictionOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 208CStudies in Children's LitOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 208CStudies in Children's LitOnlineONLN 
ENGL 208NSex & Marriage in Lit.On CampusSTJ 
ENGL 210EGenres of Tech CommunicationOn CampusUW 
ENGL 210FGenres of Business CommunicatOnlineONLN 
ENGL 210GGrant WritingOn CampusUW 
ENGL 213Literature and the LawOn CampusSTJHeld with LS 292 
ENGL 247American Lit. & Pop CultureOn CampusUW 
ENGL 251ACriticism IOnlineONLN 
ENGL 251BCriticism 2On CampusUW 
ENGL 251BCriticism 2On CampusSTJ 
ENGL 251BCriticism 2OnlineONLN 
ENGL 275Fiction and FilmOn CampusUW 
ENGL 280Literatures of MigrationOn CampusREN 
ENGL 291Global LiteraturesOn CampusUW 
ENGL 292Contemp Issues Lang,Writ& RhetOnlineONLN 
ENGL 293Intro to Digital Media StudiesOn CampusUW 
ENGL 295Social MediaOn CampusUW 
ENGL 303Special Topics Digital DesignOn CampusUWHeld with DAC 300, SPCOM 300.
ENGL 306AIntro to LinguisticsOn CampusUW 
ENGL 306AIntro to LinguisticsOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 306FIntro to SemioticsOn CampusUW 
ENGL 309CContemporary RhetoricOn CampusUW 
ENGL 310BChaucer 2On CampusSTJ 
ENGL 313Early Canadian LiteratureOn CampusUW 
ENGL 315Modern Canadian LiteratureOnlineONLN 
ENGL 322Postcol Lit of the AmericasOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 335Creative Writing 1On CampusSTJ 
ENGL 336Creative Writing 2On CampusSTJ 
ENGL 344Modern American LiteratureOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 345American Lit in a Global ConOnlineONLN 
ENGL 363Shakespeare 2OnlineONLN 
ENGL 365Selected StudiesOn CampusUW 
ENGL 366Selected StudiesOn CampusUW 
ENGL 392AInformation DesignOn CampusUW 
ENGL 392BVisual RhetoricOn CampusUW 
ENGL 408BThe Discourse of AdvertisingOn CampusUW 
ENGL 430ALit of Romantic Period 1On CampusSTJ 
ENGL 460DContemporary UK and Irish LitOn CampusSTJ 
ENGL 470AContemporary Critical TheoryOn CampusUW 
ENGL 486Topics Lits Modern to ContempOn CampusUW 
ENGL 492Topics Hist Theory of RhetoricOn CampusUW 
ENGL 495ASupervision of Honours EssayOn CampusUW 
ENGL 495BSupervision of Honours EssayOn CampusUW 
 
ENVE 221Advanced CalculusOn CampusUW 
ENVE 224Probability & StatisticsOn CampusUW 
ENVE 275Environmental ChemistryOn CampusUW 
ENVE 298SeminarOn CampusUW 
ENVE 375Water Quality EngineeringOn CampusUW 
ENVE 391Law & Ethics for Env Eng.On CampusUW 
ENVE 399SeminarOn CampusUW 
ENVE 401Environmental Eng Project 2On CampusUW 
ENVE 499SeminarOn CampusUW 
ENVE 573Contaminant TransportOn CampusUW 
ENVE 577Eng'g Solid Waste ManagementOn CampusUW 
 
ENVS 131Comm'n for Enviro ProfessionsOn CampusUW 
ENVS 178Intro to Env Research MethodsOn CampusUW 
ENVS 195Intro to Environmental StudiesOn CampusUW 
ENVS 200Field EcologyOn CampusUW 
ENVS 220Ecological EconomicsOn CampusUW 
ENVS 374Special Topics in EnvironmentCreating a social ventureOn CampusUWInstructor consent required. Contact Tania Del Matto (tdelmatt@uwaterloo.ca) for consent and more information on this course.
ENVS 401Aboriginal Law & Nat. Res. DevOn CampusUW 
ENVS 469Landscape Ecology, RestorationOn CampusUW 
 
ERS 111Env Analysis IIOn CampusUW 
ERS 215Env Assessment IOn CampusUW 
ERS 294Sacred Earth:Religion & EcolOn CampusUWHeldwith: RS 285
ERS 317Waste ManagementOn CampusUW 
ERS 365Water GovernanceOn CampusUW 
ERS 375Spec Read/Sem on Sel TopicsOn CampusUWWildlife Ecology and Management/B. Fedy
ERS 383Tropical EcosystemsOn CampusUW heldwith BIOL 383
ERS 404Global Environmentl GovernanceOn CampusUWheldwith PSCI 432
ERS 410Env Analysis VIOn CampusUW 
ERS 411BEnv Research Project IIIOn CampusUW 
ERS 412BEnv Research Project IIIOn CampusUW 
ERS 413Sr Honours Research SeminarOn CampusUW 
ERS 415Env Assessment IIIOn CampusUW 
ERS 461Food Systems & SustainabilityOn CampusUWHeldwith GEOG 461
ERS 473Special TopicsOn CampusUWEvidence-Based Decision-Making. heldwith INTEG 475/GEOG 474/ERS675/GEOG 675
 
FINE 100Studio FundamentalsOn CampusUW Reserve: Year 1 Arts students 18
FINE 112Modern Art 1874-1945On CampusUW 
FINE 130Intro to Digital ImagingOnlineONLNReserve: Year 1 Arts Students 40 Reserve: Arts Students 10 Reserve: Adult/PTS Students 10
FINE 150Appreciation and ExpressionOn CampusUWCourse them is based on instructor media. Instructors switch sections at the term mid-point.
FINE 202PaintingOn CampusUW Reserve: 2A FINE Students 12
FINE 204Topics in Studio PracticeOn CampusUWReserve: 2A FINE Students 12
FINE 204Topics in Studio PracticeArt, Science & Hist of ColourOn CampusUWHeld with - INTEG 275 Reserve: 2A FINE Students 12
FINE 222Principles of SculptureOn CampusUWReserve: 2A FINE Students 12
FINE 225Observational DrawingOn CampusUWReserve: 2A FINE Students 12
FINE 226Experimental DrawingOn CampusUWReserve: 2A FINE Students 12
FINE 227PhotographyOn CampusUWReserve: 2A FINE Students 12
FINE 228Digital ImagingOn CampusUWReserve: 2A FINE Students 12
FINE 231Mixed MultiplesOn CampusUWReserve: 2A FINE Students 12
FINE 242Surv. of Roman Art & Architec.On CampusUWHeld with CLAS 242
FINE 243Top Fine Arts Exper. LearningOn CampusOFF 
FINE 257Visual Media, the Digital TurnOn CampusUW 
FINE 262Global Queer CinemaOn CampusUWHeld with WS 262
FINE 271Ceramics - Material PracticeOn CampusUWReserve: 2A FINE Students 12
FINE 275Calligraphy to Conceptual ArtOn CampusRENHeld with EASIA 231R and SI 231R
FINE 301Advanced Studio PracticeOn CampusUW 
FINE 303Honours Art History ResearchOn CampusUW 
FINE 304Topics in Studio PracticeStudio Practice - AOn CampusUW 
FINE 319Contemporary ArtOn CampusUW 
FINE 343Tops in Fine Arts Exper. LearnOn CampusOFF 
FINE 362German Film ClassicsOn CampusUWHeld with GER 362
FINE 392Selected Subjects in Fine ArtsOn CampusUW 
FINE 396Methods in the History of ArtOn CampusUW 
FINE 404Topics in Studio PracticeOn CampusUW 
FINE 473Honours Studio Thesis 2On CampusUW 
FINE 475Honours Studio Practicum 2On CampusUW 
FINE 491Hon Film Studies Thesis 2On CampusUW 
FINE 497Honours Art Hist Thesis 2On CampusUW 
 
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 1OnlineONLN 
FR 192BFrench Language 1: Module 2On CampusUW 
FR 192BFrench Language 1: Module 2On CampusSTJ 
FR 192BFrench Language 1: Module 2OnlineONLN 
FR 197Culture & Lit: Origins to 1715On CampusUW 
FR 197Culture & Lit: Origins to 1715OnlineONLN 
FR 203Intro to Phonetics of FrenchOn CampusUW 
FR 203Intro to Phonetics of FrenchOn CampusSTJ 
FR 250AIntermediate Spoken FrenchOn CampusUW 
FR 251French Language 2: Module 1On CampusUW 
FR 251French Language 2: Module 1OnlineONLN 
FR 252French Language 2 Module 2On CampusUW 
FR 263Major Works 1 - FranceOn CampusUW 
FR 292French Civilization 2OnlineONLN 
FR 297Culture & Lit: 1715 to PresentOn CampusUW 
FR 297Culture & Lit: 1715 to PresentOnlineONLN 
FR 36721st-Century French LiteratureOn CampusUW 
FR 400Advanced TranslationOn CampusSTJ 
FR 403Topics in LinguisticsOn CampusUW 
FR 452Advanced French LanguageOn CampusUW 
FR 473Aspects of French CanadaOn CampusUW 
 
GBDA 102Int'l Bus & Cross Cult ManageOn CampusUW*Open to GBDA students only **At the Stratford Campus
GBDA 202Digital Media Project 2On CampusUW*2nd year GBDA students only ** At the Stratford Campus
GBDA 204Applied LeadershipOn CampusUW*2nd Year GBDA Students only
GBDA 205Quantitative MethodsOn CampusUW* 2nd Year GBDA students only
GBDA 228Digital ImagingOn CampusUW*2nd Year GBDA Students only ** At the Stratford Campus
GBDA 302Global Digital Project 2On CampusUW3rd year GBDA students only * at the Stratford Campus
GBDA 305Global Development & BusinessOn CampusUW3rd year GBDA students only *at the Stratford Campus
GBDA 306Comparative EthicsOn CampusUW3rd year GBDA students only *At the Stratford Campus
GBDA 365Study AbroadOn CampusUW3rd year GBDA students only
GBDA 402Cross-Cultural Digital Bus 2On CampusUW4th year GBDA students only
GBDA 404Extended E-Portfolio 2On CampusUW4th year GBDA students only
 
GENE 123Electrical EngineeringOn CampusUW 
GENE 404Interdisciplinary Dsgn Proj 2On CampusUWstudents need instructor's approval and signature on override form in order to enrol in this course
GENE 411Engineering Law and EthicsOn CampusUW 
GENE 499Special Topics in 4th Yr Eng.On CampusUWstudents need instructor's approval and signature on override form in order to enrol in this course
 
GEOE 298SeminarOn CampusUW 
GEOE 399SeminarOn CampusUW 
GEOE 401Geological Engineering Des 2On CampusUW 
GEOE 499SeminarOn CampusUW 
 
GEOG 101Geography & Human HabitatOn CampusUW 
GEOG 102Geog & Our Planetary EnvironOn CampusUW 
GEOG 203Env & Dev Global PerspectiveOn CampusUW 
GEOG 209HydroclimatologyOn CampusUW 
GEOG 233Geography of TourismOn CampusUW
GEOG 271Earth/Space Remote SensingOn CampusUW 
GEOG 281Introduction to G.I.S.On CampusUW 
GEOG 293Prof & Scholarly Practice GeogOn CampusUW 
GEOG 306Dimensions of Natural HazardsOn CampusUW 
GEOG 318Spatial AnalysisOn CampusUW
GEOG 323Perspectives on Int'l TourismOn CampusUW 
GEOG 333Recreation GeographyOn CampusUW 
GEOG 340Settlements of Rural CanadaOn CampusUW 
GEOG 368Conser.Res Mgmt Built EnvironOn CampusUW 
GEOG 387Spatial DatabasesOn CampusUW 
GEOG 391Field ResearchOn CampusUW 
GEOG 407Environmental HydrologyOn CampusUW
GEOG 409Energy Balance ClimatologyOn CampusUW 
GEOG 452Resource Management ProjectOn CampusUW 
GEOG 461Food Systems & SustainabilityOn CampusUW 
GEOG 471Remote Sensing ProjectOn CampusUW 
GEOG 474Special Topics in GeographyOn CampusUW
GEOG 475Independent Study of Selec TopGeography of BritainOn CampusUW 
GEOG 481Geographic Info Sys ProjectOn CampusUW
GEOG 487Mgmt Issues in Geog Info SysOn CampusUW 
GEOG 490AHonours Thesis PreparationOn CampusUW 
GEOG 490BHonours Thesis CompletionOn CampusUW 
 
GER 101Elementary German IOn CampusUWGER 101 is NOT open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Antireq: 4U German Students with knowledge of the German language please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
GER 101Elementary German IOnlineONLNGER 101 is NOT open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Antireq: 4U German Students with 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 knowledge of the German language who have not taken GER 101 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 knowledge of the German language who have not taken GER 101 please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
GER 201Intermediate German IOnlineONLNGER 201 is NOT open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with knowledge of the German language who have not taken GER 102 please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
GER 202Intermediate German IIOn CampusUWGER 202 is NOT open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with knowledge of the German language who have not taken GER 201 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 knowledge of the German language who have not taken GER 201 please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
GER 212Integrative Language Sem. IIOn CampusUWFormerly GER 204.
GER 272German Culture: PeopleOnlineONLNTaught in English.
GER 303German Through MediaOnlineONLN 
GER 334Exploring German LiteratureOn CampusUWPrereq: One of GER 203, 204, 211, 212
GER 362German Film ClassicsOn CampusUWTaught in English. Prereq: Level at least 2A Cross-listed with FINE 362
GER 385Behind the Iron CurtainOn CampusUWTaught in English. Cross-listed with REES 385.
GER 420Topics in Language PedagogyLanguage learning in Web 2.0On CampusUWTaught in English. Cross-listed with REES 420
GER 431Senior SeminarVolksstuckOn CampusUWCoreq: GER 331 or 334. Held with GER 620/720
 
GERON 210Development, Aging and HealthOn CampusUWheld with HLTH 210/KIN 210
GERON 352Sociology of AgingOn CampusUWheld with HLTH 352/KIN 352/SOC 352/REC 362
GERON 400Multidiscipl Seminar on AgingOn CampusUWheld with HLTH 400
 
GRK 102Introductory Ancient Greek 2On CampusUW 
GRK 202Selections from Greek AuthorsOn CampusUW 
 
HIST 105Rock 'n' Roll and US HistoryOn CampusUW 
HIST 109Ten Days That Shook the WorldOn CampusUW 
HIST 111History of Western World IIOn CampusCGC 
HIST 113Canadian Business HistoryOn CampusSTJ 
HIST 200History & FilmOnlineONLN 
HIST 203Methods of Applied HistoryOn CampusUW 
HIST 205History of Western SportOn CampusUWHeld with REC 202
HIST 209Canadian Medical HistoryOn CampusUW 
HIST 212The Computing SocietyOn CampusUWHeld with STV/ENG
HIST 226Canada in World War IIOn CampusUW 
HIST 230Introduction to Middle EastOn CampusUW 
HIST 232A History of Peace MovementsOn CampusCGCHeld with PACS 203
HIST 235History of ChristianityOn CampusSTJHeld with RS 240
HIST 236Law & Society in Middle AgesOn CampusSTJHeld with LS 236
HIST 242Greek HistoryOn CampusUWHeld with CLAS 251
HIST 250Intro to Historical ThinkingOn CampusUW 
HIST 254Canada Since 1867On CampusUW 
HIST 260Europe: 410-1303On CampusSTJHeld with MEDVL 260
HIST 263Europe in the 19th CenturyOn CampusUW 
HIST 275Modern World Historical PerspOn CampusUW 
HIST 291Special Topics in HistoryEnvironmental HistoryOn CampusUW 
HIST 291Special Topics in HistoryJFK: Decision-maker and mythOn CampusUW 
HIST 304Heresy: Late Medieval EuropeOn CampusSTJHeld with MEDVL 304 Held with RS 342
HIST 312The First World WarOn CampusUW 
HIST 318Modern History of SexualityOn CampusSTJHeld with SMF 318
HIST 321Human Rights in HistoryOn CampusUW 
HIST 340European Society: 1789-1914On CampusUW 
HIST 347Witches, Wives, and WhoresOn CampusUWHeld with WS 347
HIST 348The Radical ReformationOn CampusCGCHeld with RS 344 Held with TS 642
HIST 350Canada and the AmericasOn CampusSTJ 
HIST 358Nazi GermanyOn CampusUW 
HIST 380History of the Canadian NorthOn CampusSTJ 
HIST 391Special Topics in HistoryOn CampusSTJTopic: Canada and the Cold War
HIST 401BEuropeanOn CampusUW 
HIST 403BCanadianOn CampusUW 
HIST 403BCanadianOn CampusSTJ 
HIST 409BAmericanOn CampusUW 
 
HLTH 102Introduction to Health 2On CampusUW 
HLTH 173Contemporary Health Issues 1Health InformaticsOn CampusUW 
HLTH 173Contemporary Health Issues 1Contemporary Issues in HLTH 1On CampusUW 
HLTH 203Systems Thinking for HealthOn CampusUW 
HLTH 210Development, Aging and HealthOn CampusUWheld with GERON 210/KIN 210
HLTH 253Demographic Change in CanadaOn CampusUWheld with SOC 253
HLTH 260Social Determinants of HealthOn CampusUW 
HLTH 302Cultrl & Cmunity CompetencyOn CampusUW 
HLTH 305Community DevelopmentOn CampusUW 
HLTH 330Health InformaticsOn CampusUW 
HLTH 340Environ Toxic & Public HealthOn CampusUW 
HLTH 352Sociology of AgingOn CampusUWheld with GERON 352/KIN 352/SOC 352/REC 362
HLTH 360Psychology of HealthOn CampusUW 
HLTH 400Multidiscipl Seminar on AgingOn CampusUWheld with GERON 400
HLTH 405International ExchangeOn CampusOFF 
HLTH 410Health PolicyOn CampusUW 
HLTH 420Health Environment & PlanningOn CampusUWheld with PLAN 432/GEOG 432
HLTH 432AHonours Thesis (A)On CampusUW 
HLTH 432BHonours Thesis (B)On CampusUW 
HLTH 433Advanced Experimental MethodsOn CampusUW 
HLTH 435Knowledge ExchangeOn CampusUW 
HLTH 461PsychoneuroimmunologyOn CampusUW 
HLTH 473Contemporary Issues in HealthEnvironmental Genetics & HlthOn CampusUW 
HLTH 473Contemporary Issues in HealthNeuroscience Aging and HlthOn CampusUW 
HLTH 473Contemporary Issues in HealthFound of Hlth and Hlth ResOn CampusUWDepartment Consent required
HLTH 473Contemporary Issues in HealthGeriatric AssessmentOn CampusUWDepartment Consent required
 
HRM 200Basic Human Resources MgmtOn CampusUW 
HRM 200Basic Human Resources MgmtOnlineONLN
HRM 301Strategic Human Resources MgtOn CampusUW 
HRM 303CompensationOn CampusUW
HRM 305Health and SafetyOn CampusUW 
HRM 307Labour RelationsOn CampusUW 
HRM 400Hon Sem in Human Resources MgtOn CampusUW 
 
HUMSC 102Grt Dialogues: Pol. & MrltyOn CampusSTJ 
HUMSC 201Reason and FaithOn CampusSTJ 
HUMSC 401Athens,Jerusalem,&Tech SocietyOn CampusSTJ 
 
INDEV 101Issues in Int'nl DevelopmentOn CampusSTP 
INDEV 202Acct'ng for Development OrgsOn CampusSTP 
INDEV 212Problem-solving for DevOn CampusSTP 
INDEV 303Marketing/Comm Dev AgentsOn CampusSTP 
INDEV 308Intro Social EntrepreneurshipOn CampusSTP 
INDEV 402International Dev Placement 2On CampusUWUW WEB course to be taken by 4C students while on their International Field Placement
 
INTEG 10Knowledge Integration SeminarOn CampusUW 
INTEG 121Intro Design & Problem SolvingOn CampusUW 
INTEG 221Social Nature of KnowledgeOn CampusUW 
INTEG 230Museum: Prep and Field TripOn CampusUW 
INTEG 275Special Topics Knowledge IntegSocial Research MethodOn CampusUW 
INTEG 321Museum: Practicum & PresentOn CampusUW 
INTEG 375Special Topics Knowledge IntegData Visualization & Info DesiOn CampusUW 
INTEG 420Senior Research Project AOn CampusUW 
INTEG 421Senior Research Project BOn CampusUW 
INTEG 452BReal world Problem Solving BOn CampusUW 
INTEG 475Special Topics Knowledge IntegEvidence-Based Decision MakingOn CampusUW Evidence-Based Decision Making. heldwith GEOG 474/ERS 675/GEOG 675
 
INTST 101Intro to International StudiesOn CampusUW 
 
ITAL 101Intro to Italian Language 1On CampusSTJ 
ITAL 102Intro to Italian Language 2On CampusSTJ 
ITAL 202Intermediate Italian 2On CampusSTJ
 
ITALST 292Culture & Civilization 2On CampusSTJ 
ITALST 360Dante's Divine ComedyOn CampusSTJ 
 
JAPAN 101RFirst Year Japanese 1On CampusREN JAPAN 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.
JAPAN 102RFirst Year Japanese 2On CampusREN JAPAN 102R is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with knowledge of the Japanese language who have not taken JAPAN 101R or JAPAN 111R, please contact EAS@uwaterloo.ca for an assessment.
JAPAN 201RSecond Year Japanese 1On CampusREN JAPAN 201R is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with knowledge of the Japanese language who have not taken JAPAN 102R or JAPAN 112R, please contact EAS@uwaterloo.ca for an assessment.
JAPAN 202RSecond Year Japanese 2On CampusREN JAPAN 202R is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with knowledge of the Japanese language who have not taken JAPAN 201R, please contact EAS@uwaterloo.ca for an assessment.
JAPAN 272RJapanese Culture and SocietyOn CampusREN 
JAPAN 301RThird Year Japanese 1On CampusREN JAPAN 301R is not open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with knowledge of the Japanese language who have not taken JAPAN 202R, please contact EAS@uwaterloo.ca for an assessment.
JAPAN 302RThird-Year Japanese 2On CampusREN JAPAN 302R is not open to students with native or near-native ability. Students with knowledge of the Japanese language who have not taken JAPAN 301R, please contact EAS@uwaterloo.ca for an assessment.
 
JS 120Relationships in Bible: OTOn CampusUWCross listed as RS 111
JS 215Visions of Israel in JudaismOn CampusUW
JS 233The Holocaust and FilmOn CampusUWCross listed as RS 272
 
KIN 1Disc of Behavioural IssuesOn CampusUW 
KIN 10Ergonomics Option SeminarOn CampusUW 
KIN 100Human Anatomy: Limbs & TrunkOn CampusUW 
KIN 100LHuman Anatomy LabOn CampusUW 
KIN 101Biophysical Evaluation LabOn CampusUW 
KIN 140LSport Injury Management LabOn CampusUW 
KIN 205Muscle Phys in Exercise & WorkOn CampusUW 
KIN 210Development, Aging and HealthOn CampusUWheld with GERON 210/HLTH 210
KIN 221Advanced BiomechanicsOn CampusUW 
KIN 222Statistical Tech Applied KinOn CampusUW 
KIN 242Intro to Movement DisordersOn CampusUW 
KIN 250Sociology of Physical ActivityOn CampusUW 
KIN 307Methods in Physiological ResOn CampusUW 
KIN 330Research DesignOn CampusUW 
KIN 342Nutrition and AgingOn CampusUW 
KIN 352Sociology of AgingOn CampusUWheld with GERON 352/HLTH 352/SOC 352/REC 362
KIN 356Human Perceptual Motor PerformOn CampusUW 
KIN 372International ExchangeOn CampusUW 
KIN 391Research ApprenticeshipOn CampusUW 
KIN 404Phys of Obesity and DiabetesOn CampusUW 
KIN 408Cardiovasc Phys & PathophysOn CampusUW
KIN 420Occupational BiomechanicsOn CampusUW 
KIN 427Low Back DisordersOn CampusUWHeldwith Kin 727
KIN 431Research ProposalKinesiologyOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalErgonomicsOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalRehabilitationOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalGerontologyOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalNutritionOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalMotor ControlOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalMovement DisordersOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalAnatomyOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalOccupational HealthOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalSports MedicineOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalPsychology of Human MovementOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalSociology of Physical ActivityOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalPsycho Motor BehaviourOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalWork PhysiologyOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalBiochemistryOn CampusUW 
KIN 431Research ProposalBiomechanicsOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectKinesiologyOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectErgonomicsOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectRehabilitationOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectGerontologyOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectNutritionOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectMotor ControlOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectMovement DisordersOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectAnatomyOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectOccupational HealthOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectSports MedicineOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectPsychology of Human MovementOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectSociology of Physical ActivityOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectPsycho Motor BehaviourOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectWork PhysiologyOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectBiochemistryOn CampusUW 
KIN 432Research ProjectBiomechanicsOn CampusUW 
KIN 433Senior EssayKinesiologyOn CampusUW 
KIN 433Senior EssayCardiac RehabilitationOn CampusUW 
KIN 433Senior EssayGerontologyOn CampusUW 
KIN 433Senior EssayNutritionOn CampusUW 
KIN 433Senior EssayMotor ControlOn CampusUW 
KIN 433Senior EssayMovement DisordersOn CampusUW 
KIN 433Senior EssayAnatomyOn CampusUW 
KIN 433Senior EssayOccupational HealthOn CampusUW 
KIN 433Senior EssaySports MedicineOn CampusUW 
KIN 433Senior EssayPsychology of Human MovementOn CampusUW 
KIN 433Senior EssaySociology of Physical ActivityOn CampusUW 
KIN 433Senior EssayPsycho Motor BehaviourOn CampusUW 
KIN 433Senior EssayWork PhysiologyOn CampusUW 
KIN 433Senior EssayBiochemistryOn CampusUW 
KIN 433Senior EssayBiomechanicsOn CampusUW 
KIN 446Advanced NutritionOn CampusUW 
KIN 457Cognit, Perceptual&Motor AssesOn CampusUW 
KIN 470Seminar in KinesiologyIssues in Exercise PhysiologyOn CampusUW 
KIN 470Seminar in KinesiologyContemp Issues in KinesiologyOn CampusUW 
KIN 470Seminar in KinesiologyIssues in Biomech & ErgoOn CampusUW 
KIN 470Seminar in KinesiologyIssues in Nutrition & AgingOn CampusUW 
KIN 470Seminar in KinesiologyIssues Neurosci & NeurorehabOn CampusUW 
KIN 470ESem in Integrative ErgonomicsIssues in Biomech & ErgoOn CampusUW 
KIN 471Contemp Issues in KinesiologyEx Mgmt for disease&disabilityOn CampusUW 
KIN 471Contemp Issues in KinesiologyForensic BiomechanicsOn CampusUW
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsKinesiologyOn CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsOccupation & Envir PhysiologyOn CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsPsycho-Motor Behaviour 1On CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsWork Physiology 2On CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsErgonomicsOn CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsSocial Sciences: SociologyOn CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsRehabilitationOn CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsSocial Sciences: Psychology 2On CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsSocial Sciences: Psychology 1On CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsAnatomyOn CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsCoachingOn CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsTeachingOn CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsOccupational HealthOn CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsSports MedicineOn CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsInternshipOn CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsHabilitationOn CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsPsycho-Motor Behaviour 2On CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsWork Physiology 1On CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsBiomechanics 2On CampusUW 
KIN 472Directed Study in Special TpcsBiomechanics 1On CampusUW 
KIN 491Clinic Kin-Sports Inj AssessOn CampusUW 
KIN 492BClin Kin: Cardiac Rehab PractOn CampusUW 
KIN 493Clin Kin: Mvmnt Assess PractOn CampusUW 
KIN 494Integrative Ergonomics PractOn CampusUW 
 
KOREA 101RFirst-Year Korean 1On CampusREN Not open to students with native, near-native or similary advanced ability.
KOREA 102RFirst-Year Korean 2On CampusREN Not open to students with native, near-native or similary advanced ability.
KOREA 201RSecond Year Korean 1On CampusREN Not open to students with native, near-native or similary advanced ability.
KOREA 202RSecond-Year Korean 2On CampusREN Not open to students with native, near-native or similary advanced ability.
KOREA 272RKorean Culture and SocietyOn CampusREN 
 
LAT 102Introductory Latin 2On CampusUW 
LAT 202Selections from Latin AuthorsOn CampusUW 
LAT 381Medieval LatinOn CampusUW 
LAT 490Sr Studies in Lat: Sel. TopicsRoman Legal TextsOn CampusUW 
 
LS 101Introduction to Legal StudiesOnlineONLNSt. Jerome's course
LS 202Criminal LawOn CampusSTJ 
LS 221Research MethodsOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies majors only Held with SOC 221
LS 222Juvenile DelinquencyOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with SOC 222
LS 229Selected Topics in CriminologyOn CampusSTJReserved for Legal Studies students Held with SOC 229
LS 229Selected Topics in CriminologyOnlineONLNReserved for Legal Studies students Held with SOC 229
LS 236Law & Society in Middle AgesOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with HIST 236
LS 240TerrorismOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with SOC 240
LS 263Organized CrimeOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with SOC 263
LS 271Conflict ResolutionOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with PACS 202
LS 273Children's Rights in CanadaOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with SDS 210R
LS 280Social StatisticsOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies majors only Held with SOC 280
LS 292Literature and the LawOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with ENGL 213
LS 300Sociology of LawOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies majors Held with SOC 370
LS 319Neg'n Theories & StrategiesOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with PACS 323
LS 322Field Research MethodsOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with SOC 322
LS 325Sexuality and the LawOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with SOC 325
LS 327Policing in a Democratic SocOn CampusSTJReserved for Legal Studies students Held with SOC 327
LS 331Human Rights in HistoryOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with HIST 321
LS 344Restorative JusticeOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with PACS 329
LS 351Philosophy of LawOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with PHIL 327
LS 372Criminal ProfilingOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with PSYCH 330
LS 374The Evolution of Family LawOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with SDS 353R
LS 401Law, Culture, and RightsOn CampusSTJReserved for Honours Legal Studies majors only
LS 402Leg Auth and SubjectivityOn CampusSTJReserved for Honours Legal Studies majors only
LS 403Socio-Legal Responses to CrimeOn CampusUWReserved for year 4 Legal Studies majors only
LS 403Socio-Legal Responses to CrimeOn CampusUWReserved for year 4 Legal Studies majors only
LS 425Crossing Borders: Law Glob DevOn CampusUWReserved for 4A Legal Studies majors only Held with SOC 425
LS 462Politics of Indigenous PeoplesOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with PSCI 462
LS 463Rights and Public PolicyOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with PSCI 463
LS 492Communication & Social JusticeOn CampusUWReserved for Legal Studies students Held with SPCOM 430
LS 498Directed Readings in Legal StuOn CampusUWRequires Instructor Consent
 
MATBUS 470DerivativesOn CampusUWMath/Business, Math/CA and FARM students may substitute MATBUS 470 in place of ACTSC/STAT 446 to satisfy their plan degree requirements.
MATBUS 471Fixed Income SecuritiesOn CampusUW 
MATBUS 472Risk ManagementOn CampusUW 
 
MATH 103Intro Algebra for Arts&Soc SciOnlineONLN 
MATH 104Intro Calculus for Arts&SocSciOn CampusUW 
MATH 104Intro Calculus for Arts&SocSciOnlineONLN 
MATH 106Applied Linear Algebra 1On CampusUW 
MATH 118Calculus 2 for EngineeringOn CampusUW 
MATH 119Calculus 2 for EngineeringOn 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 146Linear Algebra 1 (Adv Level)On CampusUW 
MATH 148Calculus 2 (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 225Applied Linear Algebra 2OnlineONLN 
MATH 228Differ Equations (Phys&Chem)On CampusUW 
MATH 235Linear Algebra 2 (Hon Math)On CampusUW 
MATH 237Calculus 3 for Honours MathOn CampusUW 
MATH 239Intro to CombinatoricsOn CampusUW 
MATH 247Calculus 3 (Advanced Level)On CampusUW 
MATH 249Intro to Combinatorics (Adv)On CampusUW 
 
ME 100BSeminarOn CampusUW 
ME 101Intro to Mech. Eng. Practice 2On CampusUW 
ME 115Structure & Prop of MaterialsOn CampusUW 
ME 200ASeminarOn CampusUW 
ME 201Advanced CalculusOn CampusUW 
ME 202Statistics for EngineersOn CampusUW 
ME 219Mech of Deformable Solids 1On CampusUW 
ME 230Control of Prop of MaterialsOn CampusUW 
ME 269Electromech Dev & Power ProcOn CampusUW 
ME 300ASeminarOn CampusUW 
ME 300BSeminarOn CampusUW 
ME 303Adv Engineering MathematicsOn CampusUW 
ME 321Kinematics & Dyn of MachinesOn CampusUW 
ME 322Mechanical Design 1On CampusUW 
ME 340Manufacturing ProcessesOn CampusUW 
ME 351Fluid Mechanics 1On CampusUW 
ME 353Heat Transfer 1On CampusUW 
ME 354Thermodynamics 2On CampusUW 
ME 360Intro to Control SystemsOn CampusUW 
ME 362Fluid Mechanics 2On CampusUW 
ME 380Mech Eng Design WorkshopOn CampusUW 
ME 400BSeminarOn CampusUW 
ME 452Energy Transfer in BuildingsOn CampusUW 
ME 482Mech Eng Design Project 2On CampusUW 
ME 524Advanced Dynamics & VibrationsOn CampusUW 
ME 526Fatigue and Fracture AnalysisOn CampusUW 
ME 531Physical Metallurgy App to MfgOn CampusUW 
ME 533Non-metallic and CompositeOn CampusUW 
ME 535Welding MetallurgyOn CampusUW 
ME 538Welding Design, FabricationOn CampusUW 
ME 547Robot Manip: Kinemat,Dyn,ContrOn CampusUW 
ME 555Computer-Aided DesignOn CampusUW 
ME 557Combustion 1On CampusUW 
ME 563TurbomachinesOn CampusUW 
ME 564AerodynamicsOn CampusUW 
ME 567Fire Safety EngineeringOn CampusUW 
ME 571Air PollutionOn CampusUW 
ME 598Special Topics in Mech EngEngineering BiomechanicsOn CampusUWEng'g Biomechanics - held with CIVE 460
 
MEDVL 260Europe: 410-1303On CampusUW
MEDVL 304Heresy: Late Medieval EuropeOn CampusUW
 
MNS 102Techniques for Materials SciOn CampusUW 
MNS 201LMaterials and Nanosciences LabOn CampusUW
MNS 221Physics and the Solid StateOn CampusUW
MNS 322Polymer MaterialsOn CampusUW 
 
MSCI 100BSeminarOn CampusUW Reserved for 1B MGTE
MSCI 121Intro to Computer ProgrammingOn CampusUWReserved for 1B MGTE
MSCI 131Work Design & Facilities PlanOn CampusUWReserved for 1B MGTE
MSCI 211Organizational BehaviourOnlineONLN 
MSCI 261Eng. Econ: Fin Mgt for Eng'sOn CampusUWReserved for Yr 1 MGTE and Yr 3 MTE
MSCI 300ASeminarOn CampusUWReserved for 3A MGTE
MSCI 311Organizational Design & TechOn CampusUWSome spaces reserved for Engineering students; One section reserved for 3A MGTE
MSCI 331Intro to OptimizationOn CampusUW 
MSCI 334Operations Plan & Invt'y CtrlOn CampusUWReserved for 3A MGTE
MSCI 400BSeminarOn CampusUWReserved for 4B MGTE
MSCI 402Management Eng. Des. Proj. 2On CampusUWReserved for 4B MGTE
MSCI 423Managing New Prod. & Proc.On CampusUW 
MSCI 431Stochastic Mod & MethOn CampusUWSome spaces reserved for 3A MGTE
MSCI 432Prod. and Serv Op.Mgmnt.On CampusUW 
MSCI 433Applic. of Management Eng.On CampusUWReserved for 4B MGTE
MSCI 435Advanced Opt. TechniquesOn CampusUWSome spaces reserved for 4B MGTE
MSCI 436Decision Support SystemsOn CampusUWReserved for 3A and 4B MGTE
MSCI 442Impact of InfoSys on Org & SocOn CampusUWSome spaces reserved for 3A and 4B MGTE
MSCI 444Info Systems Analysis & DesignOn CampusUWReserved for 3A MGTE
MSCI 454Technical EntrepreneurshipOn CampusUW 
MSCI 541Information Retrieval SystemsOn CampusUWSome spaces reserved for 3A and 4B MGTE. Held with MSCI 720.
MSCI 555Scheduling: Theory & PracticeOn CampusUWSome spaces reserved for 3A and 4B MGTE
 
MTE 100BSeminarOn CampusUW 
MTE 111Structure & Prop. of MaterialsOn CampusUW 
MTE 119StaticsOn CampusUW 
MTE 120CircuitsOn CampusUW 
MTE 140Algorithms and Data StructuresOn CampusUW 
MTE 200ASeminarOn CampusUW 
MTE 201Exp. Meas. & Stat. AnalysisOn CampusUW 
MTE 202Ordinary Differential EquationOn CampusUW 
MTE 219Mechanics of Deformable SolidsOn CampusUW 
MTE 262Microprocessors Digital LogicOn CampusUW 
MTE 300BSeminarOn CampusUW 
MTE 322Electromech. Machine DesignOn CampusUW 
MTE 360Automatic Control SystemsOn CampusUW 
MTE 380MTE Eng. Design WorkshopOn CampusUW 
MTE 400BSeminarOn CampusUW 
MTE 460Mechatronic System IntegrationOn CampusUW 
MTE 482MTE Engineering ProjectOn CampusUW 
 
MTHEL 131Intro to Actuarial PracticeOn CampusUWThis course will be offered as an evening course.
 
MUSIC 100Understanding MusicOn CampusCGC 
MUSIC 116Music EnsembleOn CampusCGCAudition required. See uwaterloo.ca/music for ensemble audition information prior to first day of classes.
MUSIC 117Music EnsembleOn CampusCGCAudition required. See uwaterloo.ca/music for ensemble audition information prior to first day of classes.
MUSIC 216Music EnsembleOn CampusCGCAudition required. See uwaterloo.ca/music for ensemble audition information prior to first day of classes.
MUSIC 217Music EnsembleOn CampusCGCAudition required. See uwaterloo.ca/music for ensemble audition information prior to first day of classes.
MUSIC 226Music StudioOn CampusCGCNote: Audition required. Contact music@uwaterloo.ca prior to first day of classes.
MUSIC 227Music StudioOn CampusCGCDepartment consent required
MUSIC 240Intro to JazzOn CampusCGC 
MUSIC 245World MusicOn CampusCGC 
MUSIC 246Soundtracks: Music in FilmOn CampusCGC 
MUSIC 255Romant Cent/Beethoven & BeyondOn CampusCGC 
MUSIC 260The SymphonyOn CampusCGC 
MUSIC 270Music Theory 1On CampusCGC 
MUSIC 271Music Theory 2On CampusCGCPrereq: Music 270
MUSIC 316Music EnsembleOn CampusCGCAudition required. See uwaterloo.ca/music for ensemble audition information prior to first day of classes.
MUSIC 317Music EnsembleOn CampusCGCAudition required. See uwaterloo.ca/music for ensemble audition information prior to first day of classes.
MUSIC 322Conducting 2On CampusCGC 
MUSIC 326Music StudioOn CampusCGCDepartment consent required
MUSIC 327Music StudioOn CampusCGCDepartment consent required
MUSIC 371Music Theory 4 (20th-Century)On CampusCGCPrereq: Music 370
MUSIC 380Directed Study in MusicOn CampusCGCDepartment consent required
MUSIC 381Directed Studies in MusicOn CampusCGCDepartment consent required
MUSIC 390Special Topics in Music 1Music & Peace, Music & WarOn CampusCGCHeld with MUSIC 391-01 Held with PACS 301-02
MUSIC 390Special Topics in Music 1Bali, Community, and New MusicOn CampusCGCHeld with MUSIC 391-02
MUSIC 391Special Topics in Music 2Music & Peace, Music & WarOn CampusCGCHeld with MUSIC 390-01 Held with PACS 301-02
MUSIC 391Special Topics in Music 2Bali, Community, and New MusicOn CampusCGCHeld with MUSIC 390-02
MUSIC 426Music StudioOn CampusCGCDepartment consent required
MUSIC 427Music StudioOn CampusCGCDepartment consent required
MUSIC 428Music StudioOn CampusCGC 
MUSIC 492Senior Honours ThesisOn CampusCGC 
 
NATST 272Issues-Cont Native Comm/CanadaOn CampusSTPHeld with ANTH 272
 
NE 102Nanomat Hlth Risk & NE PracOn CampusUW 
NE 113Intro to Computational MethodsOn CampusUW 
NE 122Org Chem for Nanotech EngOn CampusUW 
NE 125Intro to Materials Sci & EngOn CampusUW 
NE 131Physics for Nanotechnology EngOn CampusUW 
NE 402Nanotechnology Eng. PracticeOn CampusUW 
NE 409Nanosys Dgn Proj & SymposiumOn CampusUW 
NE 452Special Topics in NanoscaleMolecular ModellingOn CampusUWMolecular Modelling
NE 455LNanotech Eng. Adv. Lab 2On CampusUW 
NE 459Nano Eng Research ProjectOn CampusUW 
NE 469Spcl Top in Micro&NanoinstrumeDNA Biosensors&NanotechnologyOn CampusUWDNA Biosensors&Nanotechnology
NE 479Spcl Topics in NanoelectronicsOrganic ElectronicsOn CampusUWOrganic Electronics
NE 479Spcl Topics in NanoelectronicsMicrofluidic & Nanobiotech SysOn CampusUWMicrofluidic & Nanobiotech Sys
NE 489Spcl Topics Nanoscale BiosystNano-Bio InterfacingOn CampusUWNano-Bio Interfacing
NE 489Spcl Topics Nanoscale BiosystTopics in NanomedicineOn CampusUWTopics in Nanomedicine
NE 499Spcl Top Nanostructured MateriNanoMaterials & Sustain EnergyOn CampusUWNanoMaterials & Sustain Energy
NE 499Spcl Top Nanostructured MateriSupramolecular PolymerizationOn CampusUWSupramolecular Polymerization
 
PACS 101Peace is Everybody's BusinessOn CampusCGC 
PACS 201Roots of Conflic,Viol.&PeaceOnlineONLNConrad Grebel course
PACS 202Conflict ResolutionOn CampusCGC Held with LS 271
PACS 203A History of Peace MovementsOn CampusCGCHeld with HIST 232
PACS 301Special Topics: PAC Studies 1Music & Peace, Music & WarOn CampusCGCHeld with MUSIC 390-01 Held with MUSIC 391-01
PACS 301Special Topics: PAC Studies 1Refugees and Forced MigrationOn CampusCGC 
PACS 302Special Topics: PAC Studies 2Peace Through TourismOn CampusCGC 
PACS 316Violence, Non-violence,and WarOn CampusCGCHeld with PHIL 329
PACS 323Neg'n Theories & StrategiesOn CampusCGCHeld with LS 319
PACS 329Restorative JusticeOn CampusCGC Held with LS 344
PACS 333Advanced Mediation PracticeOn CampusCGC 
PACS 390Field Studies Peace & ConflictOn CampusCGCDepartment consent required
PACS 391Conf. Res'n SkillsWorkshop 2On CampusCGCConflict Resolution Skills: Workshop II
PACS 391Conf. Res'n SkillsWorkshop 1On CampusCGCConflict Resolution Skills: Workshop I 
PACS 398Directed Readings in PACSOn CampusCGC 
PACS 399Directed Readings in PACSOn CampusCGC 
PACS 401Senior Research SeminarOn CampusCGC 
PACS 402Senior Research SeminarOn CampusCGC 
 
PD 1Co-op FundamentalsOnlineONLNOnline course Reserved for co-op students only Reserved for non-Engineering students only
PD 2Critical Reflec'n & Rprt WrtngOnlineONLNOnline Course Reserved for co-op students only. Reserved for non-Engineering students only
PD 3CommunicationOnlineONLNOnline Course Reserved for co-op students only.
PD 4TeamworkOnlineONLNOnline Course Reserved for co-op students only.
PD 5Project ManagementOnlineONLNOnline Course Reserved for co-op students only.
PD 6Problem SolvingOnlineONLNOnline course Reserved for co-op students only.
PD 7Conflict ResolutionOnlineONLNOnline Course Reserved for co-op students only.
PD 8Intercultural SkillsOnlineONLNOnline Course Reserved for co-op students only.
PD 9Ethical Decision MakingOnlineONLNOnline Course Reserved for co-op students only.
PD 10Professional Resp in ComputingOnlineONLNOnline Course Reserved for co-op students only.
PD 20Eng'g Workplce Skills I:OnlineONLNOnline Course Reserved for Engineering students only
PD 21Eng'g Wrkplace Skills II:OnlineONLNOnline Course Reserved for Engineering students only
PD 22Professionalism/Ethics in EngOnlineONLNOnline Course Reserved for co-op students only.
 
PHARM 495Adv Patient Focused CareOn CampusUW
PHARM 496Advanced Professional PracticeOn CampusUW
PHARM 497Clinical 1 Direct Patient CareOn CampusUW
 
PHIL 100JIntroduction to PhilosophyOn CampusSTJ 
PHIL 110APhilosophy:Knowledge & RealityOn CampusUW 
PHIL 110BPhilosophy: Ethics and ValuesOn CampusUW 
PHIL 110BPhilosophy: Ethics and ValuesOnlineONLN 
PHIL 120JPhilosophy of Life and DeathOn 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 209Philosophy in LiteratureOn CampusUWTopic: Philosophy in Utopian Literature
PHIL 215Professional & Business EthicsOn CampusUWHeld with: ARBUS 202
PHIL 215Professional & Business EthicsOn CampusSTJHeld with ARBUS 202
PHIL 220Moral IssuesOnlineONLN 
PHIL 221EthicsOnlineONLN 
PHIL 224Environmental EthicsOn CampusUW 
PHIL 226Biomedical EthicsOn CampusUW 
PHIL 237Intro Philosophy of ReligionOn CampusSTP 
PHIL 240Introduction to Formal LogicOn CampusUW 
PHIL 250AGreat Works:Ancient & MedievalOn CampusUWHeld with: CLAS 261
PHIL 250BGreat Works: ModernOn CampusSTJ 
PHIL 255Philosophy of MindOn CampusUW 
PHIL 256Intro to Cognitive ScienceOnlineONLNHeld with: PSYCH 256
PHIL 271Special TopicsOn CampusUWTopic: Quantum Mechanics for Everyone
PHIL 318JPhilosophy of the FamilyOn CampusSTJ 
PHIL 327Philosophy of LawOn CampusUWHeld with: LS 351
PHIL 327Philosophy of LawOn CampusSTJ Held with LS 351
PHIL 329Violence, Non-violence,and WarOn CampusCGCHeld with PACS 316
PHIL 355Theories of RealityOn CampusUW 
PHIL 380History Ancient PhilosophyOnlineONLNHeld with: CLAS 361
PHIL 402Studies in Feminist PhilosophyOppression and Human NatureOn CampusUWHeld with: WS 422
PHIL 408Early 20th Century PhilosophyClassic PragmatismOn CampusUWHeld with: PHIL 673
PHIL 451JThomas AquinasOn CampusSTJ 
PHIL 455Studies in MetaphysicsFreedom and AgencyOn CampusUWHeld with: PHIL 673
 
PHYS 10Physics SeminarOn CampusUW 
PHYS 111Physics 1On CampusUW 
PHYS 111Physics 1OnlineONLN
PHYS 112Physics 2On CampusUW 
PHYS 112LPhysics Lab 2On CampusUW 
PHYS 122Waves, Electricity & MagnetismOn CampusUW 
PHYS 122LWaves, E & M LaboratoryOn CampusUW 
PHYS 124Modern PhysicsOn CampusUW 
PHYS 125Physics for EngineersOn CampusUW 
PHYS 132LWaves, E & M, Measurement LabOn CampusUW 
PHYS 175Introduction to the UniverseOn CampusUW 
PHYS 175LIntro to the Universe LabOn CampusUW 
PHYS 233Intro to Quantum MechanicsOn CampusUW 
PHYS 234Quantum Physics 1On CampusUW 
PHYS 239Computational Physics 2On CampusUW 
PHYS 242Electricity and Magnetism 1On CampusUW 
PHYS 242LElec. & Magnetism LabOn CampusUW 
PHYS 256Geometrical & Physical OpticsOn CampusUW 
PHYS 260LIntermediate Physics LabOn CampusUW 
PHYS 263Class Mech & Spec RelOn CampusUW 
PHYS 270Astronomical ObservationsOn CampusUW 
PHYS 270LAstronomical Observations LabOn CampusUW 
PHYS 280Introduction to BiophysicsOn CampusUWHeld with BIOL 280
PHYS 334Quantum Physics 2On CampusUW
PHYS 335Condensed Matter PhysicsOn CampusUW 
PHYS 342Electricity and Magnetism 2On CampusUW 
PHYS 359Statistical MechanicsOn CampusUW 
PHYS 360AModern Physics Laboratory 1On CampusUWHeld with PHYS 360B Held with PHYS 460A Held with PHYS 460B
PHYS 360BModern Physics Laboratory 2On CampusUWHeld with PHYS 360A Held with PHYS 460A Held with PHYS 460B
PHYS 365Mathematical Physics 2On CampusUW 
PHYS 370LAstronomy Laboratory 1On CampusUW 
PHYS 375StarsOn CampusUW 
PHYS 383Medical PhysicsOn CampusUW 
PHYS 391ElectronicsOn CampusUW
PHYS 393Physical OpticsOn CampusUW
PHYS 395Biophys of Therapeutic Meth.On CampusUW
PHYS 435Topics in Condensed MatterOn CampusUW 
PHYS 437AResearch ProjectOn CampusUW 
PHYS 437BResearch Project (Continued)On CampusUW 
PHYS 444Intro. to Particle PhysicsOn CampusUW
PHYS 460AAdvanced Laboratory 1On CampusUWHeld with PHYS 360A Held with PHYS 360B Held with PHYS 460B
PHYS 460BAdvanced Laboratory 2On CampusUWHeld with PHYS 360A Held with PHYS 360B Held with PHYS 460A
PHYS 467Intro Quantum Info ProcessingOn CampusUWHeld with CO 481 Held with CS 467
PHYS 468Quantum Information ProcessingOn CampusUW 
PHYS 476Intro to General RelativityOn CampusUWHeld with AMATH 475 Held with AMATH 675
PHYS 483Therapeutic Concepts in PhysOn CampusUW
 
PLAN 103Plan, Administration & FinanceOn CampusUW 
PLAN 110Vis Appr to Design & CommOn CampusUW 
PLAN 203Transportation Plan & AnalysisOn CampusUW 
PLAN 233People and PlansOn CampusUW 
PLAN 261Urban & Metro Plan & DevelopOn CampusUW 
PLAN 281Introduction to G.I.S.On CampusUW 
PLAN 341Conser.Res Mgmt Built EnvironOn CampusUW 
PLAN 353Spatial AnalysisOn CampusUW
PLAN 387Spatial DatabasesOn CampusUW 
PLAN 401Planners and Planning TribunalOn CampusUW 
PLAN 403Prof Pract/Public&Priv AdminOn CampusUW 
PLAN 405Integrated Planning ProjectOn CampusUW 
PLAN 409Urban Design StudioOn CampusUW 
PLAN 416Modelling the CityOn CampusUW 
PLAN 431Issues in HousingOn CampusUW
PLAN 432Health Environment & PlanningOn CampusUW 
PLAN 450Chang Form&Struct/Metro CanadaOn CampusUW 
PLAN 452Policy Analysis for PlannersOn CampusUW
PLAN 471Planning LawOn CampusUW 
PLAN 474Special Topics in PlanningUrban Plan & Dev. Trans ChinaOn CampusUW 
PLAN 477Freight Planning and PolicyOn CampusUW 
PLAN 478Transit Planning & OpOn CampusUW 
PLAN 480Theory & Practice Plan in UKOn CampusUWIf interested in this course, you must attend the information session held in September.
PLAN 481Geographic Info Sys ProjectOn CampusUW
PLAN 483Land Development PlanningOn CampusUW 
PLAN 485Proj,Prob.& Readings PlanningOn CampusUW 
PLAN 487Mgmt Issues in Geog Info SysOn CampusUW 
PLAN 490Senior Honours EssayOn CampusUW 
 
PMATH 331Applied Real AnalysisOn CampusUWHeld with AMath 331
PMATH 332Applied Complex AnalysisOn CampusUWHeld with AMath 332
PMATH 334Intro to Rings and FieldsOn CampusUW 
PMATH 340Elementary Number TheoryOn CampusUW 
PMATH 348Fields and Galois TheoryOn CampusUW 
PMATH 352Complex AnalysisOn CampusUW 
PMATH 365Elementary Diff GeometryOn CampusUW 
PMATH 370Chaos and FractalsOn CampusUW 
PMATH 399Reading in Pure MathOn CampusUWIntroduction to Real Analysis
PMATH 432First Order Logic and ComputOn CampusUWheld w/ PMATH 632
PMATH 446Intro to Commutative AlgebraOn CampusUWheld w/ PMATH 646
PMATH 450Lebesgue Integ and Fourier AnaOn CampusUWheld w/ PMATH 650
PMATH 451Measure & IntegrationOn CampusUWheld w/ PMATH 651
PMATH 464Intro to Algebraic GeometryOn CampusUWStudents wishing to take PMATH 764 should pre-enrol for PMATH 464. These students will be transferred to PMATH 764 if they have the correct pre-requisites when enrolment for Winter courses takes place
 
PORT 102Introduction to Portuguese 2On CampusUW 
 
PSCI 150Intro to Global PoliticsOn CampusUW 
PSCI 225Classics in Political ThoughtOn CampusUW 
PSCI 231Government and BusinessOn CampusUW 
PSCI 244Irrational/Rational ChoicesOn CampusUW 
PSCI 250State and NationOn CampusUW 
PSCI 259Government & Politics of AsiaOn CampusUW 
PSCI 264American Government & PoliticsOn CampusUW 
PSCI 283International Political Econ.On CampusUW 
PSCI 324Contemp Political PhilosophyOn CampusUW 
PSCI 334Public PolicyOn CampusUW 
PSCI 373Parties/Elections/MarketingOn CampusUW 
PSCI 387GlobalizationOn CampusUW 
PSCI 390Special StudiesUS Foreign Policy Post-9/11On CampusUW 
PSCI 403Topics in Politics & BusinessOn CampusUW 
PSCI 405Chinese Political EconomyOn CampusUW 
PSCI 452Comparative Political PartiesOn CampusUW 
PSCI 462Politics of Indigenous PeoplesOn CampusUW held with LS 462
PSCI 463Rights and Public PolicyOn CampusUW held with LS 463
PSCI 482Critical Security StudiesOn CampusUW 
PSCI 490Special SubjectsCanadian Politics in PracticeOn CampusUW 
PSCI 490Special SubjectsPolitics of AuthoritarianismOn CampusUW 
PSCI 499BSpecial Honours EssayOn CampusUW 
 
PSYCH 101Introductory PsychologyOn CampusUW 
PSYCH 101Introductory PsychologyOnlineONLN 
PSYCH 207Cognitive ProcessesOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 211Developmental PsychologyOn CampusUWPriority enrollment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 211Developmental PsychologyOnlineONLNPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 212Educational PsychologyOn CampusSTJPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 212REducational PsychologyOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for SDS majors
PSYCH 213RExceptional ChildrenOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for SDS majors
PSYCH 232The Psychology of EvilOn CampusSTJSpaces will be reserved for Psych Majors.
PSYCH 253Social PsychologyOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 253RSocial PsychologyOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for SDS majors
PSYCH 256Intro to Cognitive ScienceOnlineONLNSpaces will be reserved for those in the Psychology Major and Psychology Minor. PSYCH 256 held with PHIL 256.
PSYCH 257PsychopathologyOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 257RPsychopathologyOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for SDS majors 
PSYCH 261Physiological PsychologyOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 261Physiological PsychologyOnlineONLNPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 292Basic Data AnalysisOn CampusUWPsych Majors only. Math background required for enrolment: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/student-success#math-background-Psych292
PSYCH 312Learning DisabilitiesOnlineONLNPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor. A few spaces will also be reserved for those who are doing degrees by online study.
PSYCH 315Psychology of AdolescenceOn CampusSTJ
PSYCH 317Child PsychopathologyOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 330Criminal ProfilingOn CampusSTJPSYCH 330 is held with LS 372. Priority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major (see PSYCH 330) and Legal Studies students (see LS 372)
PSYCH 334RTheories Individual CounselOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for SDS majors 
PSYCH 335Developmental NeuropsychologyOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 338Organizational PsychologyOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor. Priority also for those enrolled in the HRM academic plans administered by the Department of Psychology.
PSYCH 339Personnel PsychologyOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor. Priority also for those enrolled in the HRM academic plans administered by the Department of Psychology.
PSYCH 340Training and DevelopmentOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor. Priority also for those enrolled in the HRM academic plans administered by the Department of Psychology.
PSYCH 349RCross-Cultural PsychologyOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for SDS majors. Held with SWREN 349R. 
PSYCH 356PersonalityOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 356RPersonalityOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for SDS majors 
PSYCH 361Evolutionary PsychologyOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor.
PSYCH 363Special SubjectsEvol. Persp. on Mental HealthOn CampusUWSee the Psychology website for the description and requisites for enrolment; https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/psychology-courses/psychology-course-content/psych-363-001-special-topics/winter-2016
PSYCH 363Special SubjectsLanguage & Children's LearningOn CampusUWSee the Psychology website for the description and requisites for enrolment; https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/psychology-courses/psychology-course-content/psych-363-002-special-topics/winter-2016
PSYCH 391Advanced Data AnalysisOn CampusUWThe majority of Honours Psychology majors should take PSYCH 391 Fall 2015 instead of Winter 2016. See Priority Enrolment for details; https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/policies/psychology-department-policies/priority-enrolment-advanced-research-methods-courses-psych#Psych-391-fall
PSYCH 394Res in Cognition and PerceptioOn CampusUWSee the priority enrolment instructions: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/policies/psychology-department-policies/priority-enrolment-advanced-research-methods-courses-psych
PSYCH 396Res in Beh NeuroscienceOn CampusUWSee the priority enrolment instructions: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/policies/psychology-department-policies/priority-enrolment-advanced-research-methods-courses-psych
PSYCH 398Research in MemoryOn CampusUWSee the priority enrolment instructions: 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 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 439Negotiation in the WorkplaceOn CampusUWPriority enrolment for those in the Psychology Major and the Psychology Minor. Priority also for those enrolled in the HRM academic plans administered by the Department of Psychology.
PSYCH 444RPsychological InterventionsOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for SDS majors 
PSYCH 451Child & Youth PsychologyOn CampusSTJDescription, requisites for enrolment, etc: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/courses/psychology-course-content/seminars-2015-2016
PSYCH 453Hons Seminar: Develop PsychBeing BilingualOn CampusUWDescription, requisites for enrolment, etc: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/courses/psychology-course-content/seminars-2015-2016
PSYCH 459Hon Sem - Close RelationshipsOn CampusSTJDescription, requisites for enrolment, etc: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/courses/psychology-course-content/seminars-2015-2016
PSYCH 461Hon Sem Cognitive NeuroscienceClassic Cases in NeuropsychOn CampusUWDescription, requisites for enrolment, etc: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/courses/psychology-course-content/seminars-2015-2016
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 CampusUWSee enrolment information: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/psychology-courses/honours-thesis-psych-499/course-enrolment-psych-499
PSYCH 499BHonours Thesis - Part 2On CampusUWSee enrolment information: https://uwaterloo.ca/psychology/current-undergraduate-students/psychology-courses/honours-thesis-psych-499/course-enrolment-psych-499
 
REC 151Foundations of TROn CampusUW 
REC 200Play, Creativity & Child DevOn CampusUW 
REC 202History of Western SportOn CampusUWheld with HIST 205
REC 205Social Psychology of LeisureOn CampusUW 
REC 215Marketing Rec & Sport ServOn CampusUW 
REC 251Develop/Emotional DisabilitiesOnlineONLN 
REC 253Practicum in Therapeutic RecOnlineUW 
REC 280Introduction to TourismOn CampusUW 
REC 312Practicum in Rec, Sport & TourOnlineUW 
REC 333Recreation GeographyOn CampusUWheld with GEOG 333
REC 351TR Facilitation TechniquesOn CampusUW 
REC 362Sociology of AgingOn CampusUWheld with GERON 352/HLTH 352/KIN 352/SOC 352
REC 375International ExchangeInternational Exchange ProgramOn CampusOFF 
REC 383Perspectives on Int'l TourismOn CampusUWheld with GEOG 323
REC 405Leisure and Well-BeingOn CampusUW 
REC 408Gender and LeisureOn CampusUW 
REC 413Advanced Sem in Rec&Sport BusOn CampusUW 
REC 420Prog Eval in Leisure ServicesOn CampusUW 
REC 450AInternship for Therapeutic RecOnlineUW 
REC 450BInternship for Therapeutic RecOnlineUW 
REC 455Adv. Sem: Therapeutic RecOn CampusUW 
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 
REC 480Adv Sem in Tour DevlopmentOn CampusUW 
 
REES 272Russian Thought and CultureOn CampusUWTaught in English.
REES 274Croatian Culture & LiteratureOn CampusUWTaught in English.
REES 385Behind the Iron CurtainOn CampusUWTaught in English. Cross-listed with GER 385
REES 420Topics in Language PedagogyOn CampusUWTaught in English. Cross-listed with GER 420
 
RS 100Religions of the EastOn CampusSTJ 
RS 100Religions of the EastOnlineONLN Conrad Grebel course
RS 110Religions of the WestOnlineONLN 
RS 111Relationships in Bible: OTOn CampusUWCross listed as JS 120
RS 121EvilOn CampusSTJ 
RS 170Religion and Popular CultureOn CampusSTJ 
RS 180Love and FriendshipOn CampusSTJ 
RS 202SikhismOn CampusUW
RS 203HinduismOn CampusUW 
RS 205Tibetan BuddhismOn CampusSTP 
RS 216IslamOn CampusSTJ 
RS 227Buddhism in North AmericaOn CampusREN 
RS 230Visions of Israel in JudaismOn CampusUW
RS 235Jesus:Life & LegacyOnlineONLN Conrad Grebel course
RS 236Paul: Life & LettersOn CampusSTP 
RS 240History of ChristianityOn CampusSTJHeld with HIST 235
RS 240History of ChristianityOn CampusCGCHeld with HIST 235
RS 250History of Christian ThoughtOn CampusSTP Held in Alumni Hall 201
RS 254Christian Sexual EthicsOn CampusSTJ 
RS 260The Study of ReligionOn CampusCGC 
RS 261Intro Philosophy of ReligionOn CampusSTPHeld with PHIL 237
RS 272The Holocaust and FilmOn CampusUW Cross listed as JS 233
RS 273Religion and the MediaOn CampusREN 
RS 275Religion and Japanese FilmOn CampusRENCross-listed with EASIA 275R
RS 282Christian FundamentalismOn CampusREN 
RS 284Women and the Great ReligionsOn CampusUW
RS 285Sacred Earth:Religion & EcolOn CampusSTJHeld with ERS 294
RS 291Special TopicsMuslim Lives & Practices WorldOn CampusUWSection 3: Muslim Practices in a Global Context
RS 342Heresy: Late Medieval EuropeOn CampusSTJ Held with HIST/MEDVL 304
RS 344The Radical ReformationOn CampusCGCHeld with HIST 348
RS 383Justice, Peace, & DevelopmentOn CampusSTJDepartment Consent Required Beyond Borders students only
RS 391Special TopicsOn CampusRENTopic: History of Christianity in Canada
RS 391Special TopicsOn CampusCGCSpecial Topic: TBA
RS 391Special TopicsViolence, War, Peace & the BibOn CampusCGCHeld with TS 690-01
RS 398Dir Readings: Special SubjectsOn CampusCGC 
 
RUSS 101Elementary Russian IOn CampusUWRUSS 101 is NOT open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with knowledge of the Russian language please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
RUSS 102Elementary Russian IIOn CampusUWRUSS 102 is NOT open to students with native, near-native or similar advanced ability. Students with knowledge of the Russian language who have not taken RUSS 101 please contact the Germanic & Slavic Studies Undergraduate Office (ML 219) for enrollment advice.
RUSS 202Intermediate Russian IIOn CampusUWPrereq: RUSS 201 or 251
 
SCBUS 122Management of Bus OrganizationOn CampusUWReserved for SCBUS students only
SCBUS 225Organizational BehaviourOn CampusUW Reserved for SCBUS students only
 
SCI 201Global WarmingOn CampusUW 
SCI 206Physics of How Things WorkOn CampusUW 
SCI 227Chemistry in SocietyOn CampusUWChemistry in Society: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
SCI 237Exploring the UniverseOn CampusUW 
SCI 238Introductory AstronomyOnlineONLN 
SCI 396Science Study Abroad ProgramOn CampusOFF Department consent required
 
SDS 131RSocial Ideas,Policy,Pol PractOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for SDS majors
SDS 131RSocial Ideas,Policy,Pol PractOnlineONLN 
SDS 150RLifespan Proc: Normal EventsOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for SDS majors
SDS 150RLifespan Proc: Normal EventsOnlineONLN 
SDS 205RHistory of Education in CanadaOn CampusRENCross-listed with HIST 225
SDS 210RChildren's Rights in CanadaOn CampusREN Cross-listed with LS 273
SDS 215REducation: Global PerspectivesOn CampusREN 
SDS 220RChanging Concepts of ChildhoodOn CampusREN 
SDS 240RArt & SocietyOn CampusREN 
SDS 250RSocial StatisticsOnlineONLNPriority enrolment for SDS majors
SDS 251RSocial ResearchOn CampusRENPriority enrolment for SDS majors
SDS 312RHomelessness & Public PolicyOn CampusRENHeld with SWREN 312R
SDS 331RSocial Inequality, Social JustOn CampusREN 
SDS 350RAdult Life Crises & EventsOn CampusREN 
SDS 353RThe Evolution of Family LawOn CampusRENCross-listed with LS 374
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 425REquity and EducationOn CampusREN 
SDS 431RRadical Ideology & Soc PolicyOn CampusREN 
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 496RApplied 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 102SeminarOn CampusUW 
SE 301SeminarOn CampusUW 
SE 350Operating SystemsOn CampusUW 
SE 402SeminarOn CampusUW 
SE 465Software Test & Quality AssurOn CampusUW 
SE 491Design Project 2On CampusUW 
SE 499ProjectOn CampusUW 
 
SI 101RIntroduction to Arabic 1On CampusREN Students must complete an Arabic Assessment Form, which is available online at: https://uwaterloo.ca/studies-in-islam/academic-programs/certificate-or-diploma-arabic-language
SI 102RIntroduction to Arabic 2On CampusREN Students must complete an Arabic Assessment Form, which is available online at: https://uwaterloo.ca/studies-in-islam/academic-programs/certificate-or-diploma-arabic-language
SI 121RIslam in the WorldOn CampusREN 
SI 202RIntermediate Arabic 2On CampusREN Students must complete an Arabic Assessment Form, which is available online at: https://uwaterloo.ca/studies-in-islam/academic-programs/certificate-or-diploma-arabic-language
SI 231RCalligraphy to Conceptual ArtOn CampusRENCross listed with FINE 275 and EASIA 231R.
SI 302RAdvanced Arabic 2On CampusREN Students must complete an Arabic Assessment Form, which is available online at: https://uwaterloo.ca/studies-in-islam/academic-programs/certificate-or-diploma-arabic-language
SI 315RIslam, Women & Modern WorldOn CampusREN 
 
SMF 204Intro to Human SexualityOn CampusSTJ 
SMF 205The Dark Side of SexualityOn CampusSTJ 
SMF 206Couples, Marriages, & FamiliesOn CampusSTJSt. Jerome's course 
SMF 207Parents, Children, Family Rel.On CampusSTJ 
SMF 230StatisticsOn CampusSTJ 
SMF 307Conflict, Crisis & DissolutionOn CampusSTJ 
SMF 309Sex TherapyOn CampusSTJ 
SMF 318Modern History of SexualityOn CampusSTJHeld with HIST 318
SMF 365SpecTopics in Human SexualityOn CampusSTJ 
SMF 461Practicum CapstoneOn CampusSTJDepartment Consent Required 
SMF 494Seminar in SexualityOn CampusSTJ 
 
SOC 101Introduction to SociologyOn CampusCGC 
SOC 101Introduction to SociologyOnlineONLN 
SOC 202Classical Sociological TheoryOn CampusUWReserved for Sociology majors and minors only
SOC 204RSociology of AdolescenceOn CampusREN 
SOC 221Research MethodsOn CampusUWReserved for Sociology majors only Held with LS 221
SOC 222Juvenile DelinquencyOn CampusUW Reserved for Legal Studies students Held with SOC 222
SOC 224RPoverty Canada & Social ConseqOnlineONLNR Priority enrolment for SDS majors. Held with SWREN 224R
SOC 229Selected Topics in CriminologyOn CampusSTJHeld with LS 229
SOC 229Selected Topics in CriminologyOnlineONLNHeld with LS 229 St. Jerome's course
SOC 240TerrorismOn CampusUWHeld with LS 240
SOC 248Health, Illness and SocietyOn CampusUW 
SOC 253Demographic Change in CanadaOn CampusUWHeld with HLTH 253 Level at least 2A
SOC 263Organized CrimeOn CampusUWHeld with LS 263
SOC 280Social StatisticsOn CampusUWReserved for Sociology majors only Held with LS 280
SOC 310Social NetworksOn CampusUWReserved for Sociology majors
SOC 322Field Research MethodsOn CampusUWReserved for Sociology majors Held with LS 322
SOC 325Sexuality and the LawOn CampusUW Reserved for Legal Studies students Held with LS 325
SOC 327Policing in a Democratic SocOnlineONLNHeld with LS 327 St. Jerome's course 
SOC 352Sociology of AgingOn CampusUWReserved for Sociology students Held with GERON 352/HLTH 352/REC 362
SOC 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.
SOC 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.
SOC 407Canadian Social ThoughtOn CampusUWReserved for 4A Sociology majors
SOC 408Contemp Debates Social TheoryOn CampusSTJHeld with SOC 708 Reserved for 4A Sociology majors
SOC 420Seminar in Social InequalityOn CampusUWReserved for 4A Sociology majors
SOC 425Crossing Borders: Law Glob DevOn CampusUWheld with LS 425 course to be approved witner 2015
SOC 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.
SOC 498Directed StudiesOn CampusUWRequires Instructor Consent
SOC 499ASenior Honours EssayOn CampusUWRequires Department Permission and Supervisor Consent
SOC 499BSenior Honours EssayOn CampusUWRequires Department Permission and Supervisor Consent
 
SOCWK 120RIntroduction to Social WorkOn CampusRENHeld 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 221RSocial Group WorkOnlineONLNHeld with SWREN 221R
SOCWK 222RCommunity Organization 1On CampusRENHeld with SWREN 222R
SOCWK 222RCommunity Organization 1OnlineONLNHeld with SWREN 222R
SOCWK 300RCanadian Social Welfare PolicyOnlineONLNHeld with SWREN 300R
SOCWK 301RUnderstand Diversity in CanadaOnlineONLNHeld with SWREN 301R
SOCWK 320RSocWk w/IndivTheory & Pract 2OnlineONLN 
SOCWK 321RSocial Work With FamiliesOn CampusRENHeld with SWREN 321R
SOCWK 321RSocial Work With FamiliesOnlineONLNHeld with SWREN 321R
SOCWK 356RDevelopmental DisabilitiesOn 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 102Introduction to Spanish 2On CampusUW 
SPAN 102Introduction to Spanish 2OnlineONLN 
SPAN 150Hisp World Through Lit and ArtOn CampusUW 
SPAN 201BIntermediate Spanish 2On CampusUW 
SPAN 223WEarly Spanish Literature (WLU)On CampusWLU 
SPAN 301BSpanish in Context 2On CampusUW 
SPAN 304WBusiness Spanish II (WLU)On CampusWLU 
SPAN 326Golden Age Sp-Text & Cult ContOn CampusUW 
SPAN 335WSpan & Latin Amer. Cinema(WLU)On CampusWLU 
SPAN 415The Hispanic TransatlanticOn CampusUW 
SPAN 450Theory and Practice of Trans.On CampusUW 
SPAN 490Advanced TranslationOn CampusUW 
 
SPCOM 100Interpersonal CommunicationOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 101Theories of CommunicationOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 111Leadership & CommunicationOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 220Performance StudiesOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 223Public SpeakingOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 225InterviewingOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 226Intercultural CommunicationOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 228Public CommunicationOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 300Special Topics Digital DesignOn CampusUW
SPCOM 325Organizational CommunicationOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 329Digital PresentationsOn CampusUWHeld with DAC 329
SPCOM 420PersuasionOn CampusUW 
SPCOM 430Communication & Social JusticeOn CampusUWSPCOM 430 is cross-listed with LS 492
SPCOM 491Selected SeminarsCommunication, Art & CultureOn CampusUW 
 
STAT 202Intro Stats for ScientistsOn CampusUW 
STAT 211Intro Stat & Sampling AccOn CampusUW 
STAT 220Probability (Nonspecialist )On CampusUW Held with STAT 230 (Section 2).
STAT 221Statistics (Nonspecialist)On CampusUW 
STAT 230ProbabilityOn CampusUW 
STAT 231StatisticsOn CampusUW 
STAT 241Statistics (Advanced Level)On CampusUW 
STAT 316Intro Stat Prob Solv by CompOn CampusUW 
STAT 321Regress & Forecast (Nonspecia)On CampusUW 
STAT 330Mathematical StatisticsOn CampusUW 
STAT 331Applied Linear ModelsOn CampusUWHeld with SYDE 334.
STAT 333Applied ProbabilityOn CampusUW 
STAT 340Computer Simul of Complex SysOn CampusUW 
STAT 371Lin Models and Process for BusOn CampusUW 
STAT 372Survey SamplingOn CampusUW 
STAT 431Gen Lin Models & ApplicationsOn CampusUW 
STAT 435Stat Methods Proc ImprovementsOn CampusUWHeld with STAT 835.
STAT 436Spatial Data in Hth ResearchOn CampusUWHeld with STAT 836.
STAT 437Longitudinal Data in Hlth ReseOn CampusUWHeld with STAT 837.
STAT 440Computational InferenceOn CampusUWCross-listed/ held with CM 761. Held with STAT 840.
STAT 443ForecastingOn CampusUW 
STAT 444Stat Learning-Function EstimOn CampusUWCross-listed/ held with CM 764. Held with STAT 844.
STAT 450Estimation&Hypothesis TestingOn CampusUWHeld with STAT 850.
STAT 454Sampling Theory and PracticeOn CampusUWHeld with STAT 854.
 
STV 201Society, Tech & Values: TopcsOn CampusUW 
STV 202Design and SocietyOn CampusUW 
STV 205Cybernetics and SocietyOn CampusUW 
STV 210The Computing SocietyOn CampusUW 
STV 400Society, Tech & Values:Sr ProjOn CampusUW 
 
SYDE 112Fundamental Eng. Math 2On CampusUW 
SYDE 114Numerical and Applied CalcOn CampusUW 
SYDE 182Physics 2 (Dynamics)On CampusUW 
SYDE 201SeminarOn CampusUW 
SYDE 211Advanced Eng. Math 1On CampusUW 
SYDE 223Data Structures & AlgorithmsOn CampusUW 
SYDE 261Design, Systems, and SocietyOn CampusUW 
SYDE 283Physics 3 (Elec, Mag & Opt)On CampusUW 
SYDE 285Materials ChemistryOn CampusUW 
SYDE 302SeminarOn CampusUW 
SYDE 312Applied Linear AlgebraOn CampusUW 
SYDE 322Software DesignOn CampusUW
SYDE 332Societal and Environmental SysOn CampusUW 
SYDE 334Applied StatisticsOn CampusUW 
SYDE 348User Centred Design MethodsOn CampusUW 
SYDE 352Intro to Control SystemsOn CampusUW 
SYDE 352LControl Systems LabOn CampusUW 
SYDE 362Systems Design Workshop 1On CampusUW 
SYDE 372Intro to Pattern RecognitionOn CampusUW 
SYDE 384Biological and Human SysOn CampusUW 
SYDE 402SeminarOn CampusUW 
SYDE 462Systems Design Workshop 3On CampusUW 
SYDE 522Machine IntelligenceOn CampusUW 
SYDE 531Design Opt Prob UncertaintyOn CampusUW 
SYDE 542Interface DesignOn CampusUW 
SYDE 544Biomed Measure Signal ProcessOn CampusUW 
SYDE 552Computational NeuroscienceOn CampusUW 
SYDE 556Simulating Neurobiological SysOn CampusUW 
 
WKRPT 100Work-term ReportOn CampusUW 
WKRPT 200Work-term ReportOn CampusUW 
WKRPT 300Work-term ReportOn CampusUW 
WKRPT 400Work-term ReportOn CampusUW 
 
WS 101Intro to Women's StudiesOn CampusUW 
WS 102Contemporary Women's IssuesOn CampusUWNo prerequisite
WS 201Images of WomenOn CampusUWNo prerequisite
WS 207Women and EntrepreneurshipOn CampusUW No prerequisite
WS 222Gender IssuesOnlineONLNHeld with PHIL 202
WS 261Women and the Great ReligionsOn CampusUWHeld with RS 284
WS 262Global Queer CinemaOn CampusUWHeld with FINE 262
WS 308Gender and LeisureOn CampusUWHeld with REC 408
WS 347Witches, Wives, and WhoresOn CampusUWHeld with HIST 347
WS 365Spec Topics in Women's StudiesReproduction and MotherhoodOn CampusUWTOPIC: Gender and Race in the Global Gaming Industry. Taught as a lecture course in Winter 2016.
WS 422Studies in Feminist PhilosophyOn CampusUWHeld with PHIL 402 TOPIC: Oppression and Human Nature
WS 499BSenior Honours ThesisOn CampusUWPrereq: WS 499A

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