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University of Calgary Calendar 2023-2024 Werklund School of Education 3. Werklund School of Education Regulations 3.2 Registration and Courses 3.2.2 Registration Planning and Consultation
3.2.2 Registration Planning and Consultation

Due to the non-standard nature of BEd Education (EDUC) courses, dates will not necessarily align with the Academic Schedule. Exceptions cannot be made for any commitments that are scheduled during course instruction time or the field experience in the BEd program. Students are advised not to make other commitments during the program, and are encouraged to consult with Education Student Advisors.

As students approach the completion of their programs, it is strongly recommended that students meet with a student advisor for a graduation check. Otherwise, a complete program audit is not done until a student applies for graduation when the consequences of any problems can be very serious, including denial of graduation, and therefore ineligibility for teacher certification.

Students should ensure that they comply with the dates and deadlines for registration as indicated in the Student Centre set by the University (see B. Registration in the Academic Regulations section of this Calendar) and allow sufficient time before these deadlines to plan their registration and consult with the student advisors.