Course Selection & Waivers

WINTER 2022 COURSE SELECTION PERIOD

PLEASE SELECT COURSES AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AFTER YOUR WINDOW OPENS.  FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN NOT BEING ABLE TO REGISTER IN NEEDED AND WANTED COURSES. 

If a course is full when you go onto WebAdvisor, please check WebAdvisor again later and register when spaces become available.  

Please see Helpful Hints and FAQ's for additional information about course enrolment:

https://www.uoguelph.ca/registrar/courseselectionfaq

In the Department of Family Relations & Applied Nutrition (FRAN), the Undergraduate Program Assistant, Lorraine Weir, is responsible for signing course waivers (for courses requiring instructor consent, prerequisite/restriction waivers in certain circumstances, section overload, etc.).  Instructors in the FRAN department do NOT sign course waivers.  Lorraine’s email address is fran.undergraduate@uoguelph.ca.  

When requesting to be waived into a course:  

  1. Using your uoguelph.ca account   2. State you student ID# and program.   You can download the Course Waiver Request form.

Please notefran.undergraduate@uoguelph.ca email is monitored Monday - Friday, 8:30am to 4:00.      Due to concerns with COVID-19, University of Guelph employees are working remotely and there can be delays.

Here's what is helpful to know about obtaining a signed course waiver:

  • Waivers are not required for 1st year courses.  Watch WebAdvisor for spaces to open up.
  • Some courses are restricted to BASc majors only. Waivers will not be signed for courses that are restricted in this way.
  • For other courses, there are Priority Access restrictions, which may be lifted during the course selection period depending on available space.  Details of which courses have Priority Access restrictions are below. Please note that we will not sign course waivers while Priority Access restrictions are in place.
  • Generally speaking, courses/sections that are full/closed cannot be overloaded.  .
  • If you receive a completed and appropriately signed waiver, you will need to submit it to Enrolment Services for processing during the course enrolment period. You may email the waiver to es@uoguelph.ca.  You will not be registered for the course until you have emailed the waiver to Enrolment Services and see the course on your class timetable. The last day to submit a waiver is September 21, 2021 however, it is strongly recommended to submit as soon as possible.

W22 Course Offerings: Continue to monitor WebAdvisor as sometimes a spot may open up before course selection deadline on January 14, 2022.

ALL COURSES FOR WINTER 22 BEING OFFERED

FRHD*1010*DE, Human Development: Priority Access to BASc majors

FRHD*1020*DE, Couple and Family Relationships: Priority Access to BASc majors 

FRHD*1100*DE, Life, Health & Well-Being: Priority Access to first year students.

FRHD*2040, Pinciples of Program Design for Children: Restricted to BASc: CYF, CYF:C, CSTU majors. .

FRHD*2100, Development of Human Sexuality: Priority Access to BASc majors 

FRHD*2260, Infant Development: Priority Access to BASc majors 

FRHD*2400, Introduction to Human Services: Restricted to BASc: CYF, CYF:C, ADEV, ADEV:C, FSHD majors

FRHD*3040, Parenting and Intergenerational Relationships: Priority Access to BASc majors 

FRHD*3090, Poverty and Health: Priority Access to BASc majors

FRHD*3190*DE, Administration of Programs for Children: Priority Access to BASc majors  

FRHD*3200, Practicum I: Child: Restricted to BASc majors.

FRHD*3250, Practicum I: Youth: Restricted to BASc majors.

FRHD*3290, Practicum I: Adult: Restricted to BASc majors.

FRHD*3400, Communication and Counselling Skills: Priority Access to BASc majors    

FRHD*3500, Research Internship: Restricted to instructor consent required. 

FRHD*4200, Issues in Human Sexuality: Priority Access to BASc majors 

FRHD*4250, Aging and Health: Priority Access to BASc majors 

FRHD*4260, Social Policy and Gerontology: Priority Access to BASc majors 

FRHD*4290, Practicum II Adult Development: Restricted to BASc.

FRHD*4320, Social Policies for Children, Youth and Families: Priority Access to BASc majors 

FRHD*4330, Practicum II Child: Restricted to students in CYF, CYF:C or CSTU major

FRHD*4340, Practicum II: Youth: Restricted to students in CYF, CYF:C or CSTU major

FRHD*4350, Practicum III: Child: Restricted to students in CYF, CYF:C or CSTU major

FRHD*4400, Youth, Risk & Resilience: Priority Access to BASc majors   

FRHD*4810, Thesis I: Instructor consent required.

FRHD*4910, Thesis II: Instructor consent required.

NUTR*1010, Introduction to Nutrition: Priority Access to BASc major 

NUTR*1020, Professional Practice in Applied Nutrition: Restricted to BASc: AHN major.

NUTR*3070, Nutrition & Physical Activity Intervention: Restricted to BASc: AHN major.

NUTR*3090, Clinical Nutrition: Restricted to BASc: AHN major.

NUTR*3110,  Food Security: Restricted to BASc: AHN major.

NUTR*3150, Aging and Nutrition: Priority Access to BASc major 

NUTR*3500, Research Internship in AHN: Instructor consent required.

NUTR*4810, Applied Nutrition Thesis I: Instructor consent required.

NUTR*4910, Applied Nutrition Thesis II: Instructor consent required.

NUTR*4850, Field Experience in Nutrition Education: Instructor consent required.

NUTR*4900*01, Select Topics in Human Nutrition: Restricted to BASc: AHN major.

NUTR*4900*01 with John Dwyer, Title: Epidemiology of physical activity and sedentary behaviours  Description: This course examines the prevalence, trends, and correlates of physical activity and sedentary behaviours. It is non-clinical.

NUTR*4900*02, Select Topics in Human Nutrition:  Restricted to BASc: AHN major.

NUTR*4900*02 with Laura Forbes,  Title:Nutrition During Pregnancy  Description: This course will examine the scientific literature to see how dietary patterns and intake of different nutrients affects the health of pregnant mothers and their offspring. It is non-clinical.

NUTR*4900*03, Select Topics in Human Nutrition:  Restricted to BASc: AHN major.

NUTR*4900*03 with Andrea Buchholz,  Title: Clinical Nutrition  Description: This course will investigate recent and exciting research in the area of medicla nutrition therapy.  Research articles have been carefully (and lovingly) selected by Dr. B to represent research approaches in a variety of "hot" clinical areas such as intermittent energy restriction and cardiometabolic risk, vitamin D status of COVID patients and the use of cannabis in cancer.  It is clinical