UPDATES/CHANGES TO THIS SCHEDULE WILL BE POSTED ON THE FACULTY OF FORESTRY NOTICE BOARD OUTSIDE THE FACULTY OFFICE.
The Forestry graduate courses shown are expected to be available for 2014-15, unless otherwise indicated, subject to minimum enrolment requirements and confirmation by the individual instructor(s) concerned. Courses may be withdrawn if minimum enrolment is not met. Staff contact information is shown below. Brief course descriptions are available via the Faculty’s website at http://www.forestry.utoronto.ca or from the Faculty office in a separate document.
NOTES RE COURSE AVAILABILITY AND ACCESS VIA SWS (“ROSI”)
ROSI COURSE ACCESS: Generally, Forestry courses are available for students to add directly to their programs via ROSI (unless a student’s home department prohibits direct course adds on ROSI and requires departmental signatures). However, all students (and, in particular, non-Forestry students) should consult directly with course instructors to confirm that course content and requirements are appropriate to the student’s background preparation, program goals and interests.
DIRECTED STUDIES COURSES: Students cannot add the following courses via ROSI:
FOR1412H Natural Resource Management 1
FOR1413H Natural Resource Management 2
FOR1900H Advanced Topics in Forestry 1
FOR1901H Advanced Topics in Forestry 2
For these courses, a “Request for Individual Reading and/or Research Course” form must be completed jointly by the student and the responsible Forestry staff instructor and submitted to the Graduate Administrator in ES1016L by the appropriate SGS course add deadline. Forms are available from the Faculty office and at http://www.sgs.utoronto.ca/Assets/SGS+Digital+Assets/current/Student+Forms/Reading_and_Research.pdf
KEY TO GRADUATE COURSE SCHEDULE:
“Academic activity code” includes a generic weighting of “H” (half course) or “Y” (full course). Forestry offers only half courses.
“Section code” identifies the course length/timing, i.e., “F” = begins and ends in fall, September to December; “S” = begins and ends in spring (winter), January to April; “Y” = begins in fall (September) and ends in winter (April).
Day/Time: M = Monday; T = Tuesday; W = Wednesday; R = Thursday; F = Friday; (irreg.) = classes held irregularly as identified by course instructor.
Location: ES = Earth Sciences Centre; SS = Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St. George Street; UC = University College