Thank you for choosing the College of Engineering!
As a new student to the College of Engineering, you are requested to take note of a few things:
The Engineering Student Centre will be your main point of contact on things such as registration and course selection. We encourage you to come see us at 2A05 (Engineering Building):
Students who are new to the College of Engineering are required to submit a science elective. To do so, you will go to:
If you are a first-year student coming from high school, please note that the Engineering Student Centre will register you in your required classes for both terms. To do so, you must first submit your science elective choice.
If you are a transfer student and would like to have a timetable sent to you, please also go to the Engineering Tab/Channel in PAWS. Please note that the Engineering Student Centre will not register you in classes.
AP MATH 110.3
Upon further review, the College of Engineering will accept credit for AP MATH 110.3 (with a grade of 4 or higher), as fulfilling the MATH 123.3 First Year Common Core requirement.
Students with AP credit for MATH 110.3, however, are strongly recommended to take the MATH 123.3. This is to ensure that they have the best foundation possible to meet the academic demands of MATH 124.3.
We apologize for the confusion, and we encourage you to contact the Engineering Student Centre if you have questions or concerns. We may be reached at email@example.com or at (306) 966-5274.
MATH PLACEMENT TEST
If you are a student registered in MATH 123.3 for Term 1 of 2013-2014, you are expected to reserve a seat to write the MPT in the second week of July or the second week of August:
For further information, please visit http://math.usask.ca/placement/ .
JUNIOR HUMANITIES OR SOCIAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE
As part of the First Year Common Core, students will choose a 3-credit unit Junior Humanities or Social Science Elective in either Term 1 or Term 2.
Please note that students must register themselves in this class. Please choose an elective from the following:
HOW TO REGISTER FOR CLASSES
If the class section is already full, please keep trying on PAWS until the end of August for Term 1 classes and until end of December for Term 2 classes.
If you are still unable to register, please come to the Engineering Student Centre during the first week of classes.
If you are NOT planning to attend the College of Engineering for the 2013-2014 academic year:
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING ACADEMIC INFORMATION AND POLICIES:
As a new student to the College of Engineering, please familiarize yourself with our Academic Information and Policies:
ADDITIONAL CONTACTS FOR STUDENTS: