The York Courses website is designed to provide a central location where information can be obtained on thousands of courses that are being taught and have been taught in the past at York University.
This site contains information about the current course timetables and the current exam schedules once they have been released. Descriptions for courses offered in the past several years are available from the "Course Search By..." link at the bottom of the grey bar on the left.
Before enrolling: you should read through the Important Dates pages to ensure that you are fully aware of the various course add/drop and start/end dates, and the financial impact of enrolling in and dropping courses. Instructions for using the Registration and Enrolment Module (REM) and troubleshooting help is also available on the Enrolment and Registration Guide page; you are particularly encouraged to check out the Faculty-Specific Enrolment Reminders section. If you have further questions contact Registrarial Services.
Course permissions are managed by the department offering the course. If you try enrolling in a course and see one of these messages, please use the Course Contact Directory to determine who to contact.
The spaces in this course are reserved.
The course is restricted from dropping.
The last day to add without permission from the department has passed.
For more information on your Faculty's rules, policies and your program of study, please visit to the Calendars Website.
To learn more about online and remote course delivery and what to expect in Fall/Winter 2021-2022, visit these FAQs.
Please note: Some courses will appear as (unscheduled) in the Visual Schedule Builder (VSB). Courses with no assigned day/time/duration are asynchronous and will appear blank or have zeroes in the Day / Time / Duration columns. As a result, the unscheduled course meetings will not appear in the schedule view on VSB.
Students should always confirm course meeting dates, times, and delivery modes via the Course Timetables website.
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