Students in the Schulich School of Business’s MBA, IMBA, MPA, MBA/MFA/MA, MBA/JD, and Post-MBA Diploma in Advanced Management programs will find the following pages and links useful when enrolling in courses.
- Academic policies are outlined in the Graduate Student Handbook. You may also meet with an academic advisor to assist you with your course selection.
- Information on courses and specializations can be found here.
- Ensure you have a Passport York Account before your enrolment date.
- By accepting the tuition fees during this online registration and enrolment process, you are deemed to be registered.
Part-time or Full-time Status
Please note that the number of credits you can enrol in is determined by your status in the program.
Full-time: Enrolment in a maximum of 18.00 credit hours per term (15.00 credit hours until Priority Wait List deadline)
Part-time: Enrolment in a maximum of 7.50 credit hours per term
Deadline to submit the Enrolment Status Change form
- Winter 2014 - January 2, 2014
- Summer 2014 - April 23, 2014
- Fall 2014 - September 3, 2014
- Winter 2015 - January 7, 2015
When to Enrol in Courses
Enrolment access dates and times are determined by credits earned in the program, with priority access given to students with the most credits. We encourage students to enrol in classes as soon as their access period begins to enable them to most effectively plan their program.
Students can find out the date they are able to enrol by logging in to the Access dates and times system.
- Summer access dates are posted in early March.
- Fall & Winter access dates are posted in early June.
How to Enrol in Courses
To enrol in classes, all students must use a Passport York account to log in to the York Registration and Enrolment system. Click to enable your Passport York account
Students locate the catalog numbers for the courses they are permitted to enrol in using the Schulich Course Offerings
pages for the appropriate term (Fall, Winter, Summer). A catalog number is the 6 digit number attached to a course: eg. ACTG 5100 3.00 Section G had S37K01 as its catalog number in Winter 2010.
Students then use these catalog numbers to enrol via the York Registration and Enrolment system.
Enrolment with Instructor Permission
During the second week of classes, students may enrol into courses with the permission of the instructor only. The wait list will no longer be in effect. A completed Enrol with Instructor Permission Form
must be submitted to Student Services by the specified deadline. After the second week of classes, students will no longer be able to add themselves to courses and are not permitted to attend courses for which they are not formally enrolled.
- Students may only request instructor permission during the period indicated on the form. Prior to this period, enrolment into courses will only be allowed by receiving permission from the wait list.
- Instructors are not required to grant permission to students even if there is still space in the course.
- Instructors will consider if you have attended their first and/or second class when granting permission.
- Students should ask the instructor to complete this form before or after class. Email requests may take instructors some time to respond which can result in missing the submission deadline.
Individual Study – 6900 x.xx Series Elective
A maximum of 6.00 credits may be taken towards a degree program.
- Complete the Individual Study form with an approved course topic, title and supervising faculty member signature
- Submit completed form to W262, Schulich, by the start of term
A maximum of 6.00 credits may be taken towards a degree program out of Faculty.
Elective Courses at Other York University Faculties
- Students can seek permission from the Director of Student Services to take the equivalent of 6.00 credit-hours of courses in other graduate faculties at York, including those offered by the Faculty of Environmental Studies, the Faculty of Fine Arts, the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies (e.g. Economics, Mathematics) and Osgoode Hall Law School.
- Complete the Graduate Courses at York form, include course description and a rationale for taking the course outside Schulich, and submit to Schulich Student Services, W262, Seymour Schulich building. Contact the faculty enrolment office ahead of time to ensure space availability.
- If the request is approved by both Faculties, you will be contacted via email to enrol online in the course
Elective Courses Outside York University
- For courses at other Ontario Universities, complete an OVGS (Ontario Visiting Graduate Student) application available in Schulich Student Services, W262, Seymour Schulich building. Include course description and a rationale for taking course outside Schulich, and submit to Schulich Student Services. If request is approved by both Universities, you should work with host school to ensure your enrolment is successful. Any fees resulting from your enrolment must be paid to York University.
- Application must be received well in advance of the term start to ensure approvals have been obtained. Contact the host school ahead of time to ensure space availability
- For courses at universities outside of Ontario, submit a written request, including the course description, syllabus, and a rationale for taking the course outside of Schulich, to Melissa Judd, Director, Student Services, W262, Seymour Schulich Building, or email@example.com. If course is approved, a Letter of Permission will be issued to the host institution. Please note that you will be subject to the fees charged by the host institution.
- Requests must be received well in advance of the term start to ensure approvals have been obtained. Contact the host school ahead of time to ensure space availability.
- Students in the Post MBA diploma program are not eligible to take Individual Studies or courses out of Faculty.
- For students in the MBA/JD and MBA/MA/MFA joint degree programs, courses taken out of Faculty cannot count towards the 45 credit-hours of Schulich School of Business courses required to graduate.
(INTL 54xx 0.00 Series Business Communication & Culture courses)
- IMBA language courses are open to Schulich graduate students
- not for degree credit
- $500.00 per course, per term
- taught at intermediate and/or advanced proficiency levels by native speakers
- exposes students to business practices & use of language in business contexts in countries and regions where the languages are spoken
- ESL (English as a second language), French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Mandarin
- proof of language level is due three (3) weeks before start of term
- contact IMBA office in N203, Schulich, 416.736.5942 for more information
Financial Engineering Diploma (Stand Alone) - Enrolment and Registration
Students in this part time program follow a precise schedule of courses. Information about courses and academic policies are outlined in the Graduate Student Handbook
and in more detail on the Financial Engineering Diploma (Stand Alone) website