Step 5 - Log into the course selection website June 17 - 22

Log into our course selection website using your Waterloo userid (for example, rtgosling) and password and follow the directions there. You will need 30 minutes of uninterrupted time to complete your course selection. The website opens at 9:00 am EDT on June 17, 2020, and will close at 4:30 pm EDT on June 22, 2020.

  • Note: all non-math courses will be offered online only in Fall 2020.

Guide

Scroll below to find your admitted plan to confirm what you will be choosing yourself on the course selection website and what is predetermined for you.

Your admitted plan Guide to course selection website

1. The standard Computer Science course is CS 135.  If you are interested and you qualify, you may want to take the advanced CS course (CS 145).

2. Select your Algebra (MATH 135) and Calculus (MATH 137) course. Indicate your interest (if applicable) in any of the advanced courses (MATH 145, MATH 147).

3. You will be taking a communication course in the winter 2020 term. You will need to answer a series of diagnostic questions to help you determine which course is best suited for your first communication course. 

4. You will be automatically enrolled in BUS 111W and ECON 120W.

5. The co-op sequence will be chosen for Waterloo-based students (SEQ 5DD).

1. The standard Computer Science course is CS 115.  If you are interested and you qualify, you may want to take the advanced CS course (CS 145).

2. Select your Algebra (MATH 135) and Calculus (MATH 137) course. Indicate your interest (if applicable) in any of the advanced courses (MATH 145, MATH 147).

3. You will be taking a communication course in the winter 2020 term. You will need to answer a series of diagnostic questions to help you determine which course is best suited for your first communication course. 

4. You will be automatically enrolled in BUS 111W and ECON 120W.

5. The co-op sequence will be chosen for Waterloo-based students (SEQ 5DD).

1. The standard Computer Science (CS) course is CS 135.  If you are interested and you qualify, you may want to take the advanced CS course (CS 145).

2. Select your Algebra (MATH 135) and Calculus (MATH 137) course. Indicate your interest (if applicable) in any of the advanced courses (MATH 145 and/or MATH 147).

3. You will be taking a communication course in the fall term. You will need to answer a series of diagnostic questions to help you determine which course is best suited for your first communication course. You will be making a choice of two communication courses here.  We will place you into one of these courses for the fall term.

4. Select a non-mathematics course of your choice for the fall making sure to check the 1A and 2A plans charts to help with your non-mathematics course selection.

5. Students admitted to the co-op program must select a sequence SEQ course on a first-come-first-served basis. 

1. The standard Computer Science (CS) course is CS 135. If you are interested and you qualify, you may want to take the advanced CS course (CS 145).

2. Select your Algebra (MATH 135) and Calculus (MATH 137) course. Indicate your interest (if applicable) in any of the advanced courses (MATH 145 and/or MATH 147).

3. You will automatically be enrolled in AFM 101 and AFM 132.

4. You will automatically be placed into your co-op sequence  (SEQ 1).

1. Select your Computer Science course (CS 115, or CS 135). If you are interested and you qualify, you may want to take the advanced CS course (CS 145).

2. Select your Algebra (MATH 135) and Calculus (MATH 137) course. Indicate your interest (if applicable) in any of the advanced courses (MATH 145 and/or MATH 147). 

3. You will be taking a communication course in the fall and winter term. You will need to answer a series of diagnostic questions to help you determine which course is best suited for your first communication course. You will be making a choice of two communication courses here. We will place you into one of these courses for the fall term.

4. You will be taking COMM 101. You should choose this course as your non-math elective.

5. Students admitted to the co-op program must select a sequence SEQ course on a first-come-first-served basis. We do not recommend FARM students choosing sequence three as it will present difficulties in later terms.

1. Select your Computer Science course (CS 115, or CS 135). If you are interested and you qualify, you may want to take the advanced CS course (CS 145).

2. Select your Algebra (MATH 135) and Calculus (MATH 137) course. Indicate your interest (if applicable) in any of the advanced courses (MATH 145 and/or MATH 147). 

3. You will be taking a communication course in the fall and winter term. You will need to answer a series of diagnostic questions to help you determine which course is best suited for your first communication course. You will be making a choice of two communication courses here. We will place you into one of these courses for the fall term.

4. Select a non-mathematics course of your choice for the fall term making sure to check 2A plans charts to help you with your non-mathematics course selection.

5. Students admitted to the co-op program must select a sequence SEQ course on a first-come-first-served basis. 

1. Select your Computer Science course (CS 115, or CS 135). If you are interested and you qualify, you may want to take the advanced CS course (CS 145).

2. Select your Algebra (MATH 135) and Calculus (MATH 137) course. Indicate your interest (if applicable) in any of the advanced courses (MATH 145 and/or MATH 147). 

3. You will be taking a communication course in the fall and winter term. You will need to answer a series of diagnostic questions to help you determine which course is best suited for your first communication course. You will be making a choice of two communication courses here. We will place you into one of these courses for the fall term.

4. Choose a non-mathematics course from one of BUS 111WECON 101102 or AFM 101.

5. Students admitted to the co-op program must select a sequence SEQ course on a first-come-first-served basis. 

1. Select your Computer Science course (CS 115, or CS 135). If you are interested and you qualify, you may want to take the advanced CS course (CS 145).

2. Select your Algebra (MATH 135) and Calculus (MATH 137) course. Indicate your interest (if applicable) in any of the advanced courses (MATH 145 and/or MATH 147).

3. You will automatically be enrolled in AFM 101 and AFM 132.

4. You will automatically be placed into your co-op sequence  (SEQ 6CA).