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University of Calgary Calendar 2022-2023 Werklund School of Education 3. Werklund School of Education Regulations 3.2 Registration and Courses 3.2.1 Accuracy of Registration
3.2.1 Accuracy of Registration

Students are responsible for the completeness and accuracy of their registration and for arranging their course selections to meet all degree and program requirements as detailed in this Calendar. Any departure from standard degree and program requirements specified in this Calendar must receive prior written authorization by the Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs in Education or other designate of the Associate Dean.

Registration at all times should be appropriate to a student’s current degree program and pathway unless a student receives explicit permission from the Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs in Education. Students with inappropriate course selections may require extra courses and additional time to complete their degrees. Students are responsible for correctly registering in all courses.