New Student Advising-Registration Sheet
No academic advising is necessary for the new students as the selected courses to register is indicated below.
You may begin registering for your courses on July 4th. Be sure to register for both Fall and Winter terms for Year 1. Please do not delay your registration.
- The registration system is accessed via Myconcordia with your netname and password. Once in MyConcordia, click on My Student Center and Select Enroll.
- Follow the steps to register for courses here "Course Registration". It is strongly recommended you read this information before you begin registering for classes.
- Courses offered for this academic year can be viewed on the Class Schedule.
Suggested plan for M.Des students
DART 600 Design Theory/Practice I (3 cr)
DART 601 Research Methods in Design (3 cr)
*DART 631 Special Topics in Visual Communication (3 cr. elective)
DART 610 Design Theory/Practice II (3 cr)
DART 611 Interdisciplinary Practices in Design (3 cr)
*DART 630 The Future Imaginary (3 cr. elective)
|Year 2||DART 620 Graduate Colloquium (3 cr.)||DART 690 Masters Research and Thesis (24 cr)|
For assistance please contact the department.
This 2 year (45 credit) program provides an opportunity for students to broaden their theoretical knowledge of design and focus on innovative research in areas of visual communication,the built environment, interactive design and design studies. If you plan to work during your course of study, we strongly encourage that you reduce your weekly commitments, in order to get most out of the program.
The Graduate Program Director requests all the students to be present at the Orientation session on Friday, September 8th from 2:00-4:00 pm in EV 6.720 (details will be emailed to students in early August). Please reserve this date in your calendar, as this is an important opportunity to ask questions and meet your cohort of peers in the program.
Please view the following websites for further information and resources
Graduate Studies Website:
The school of graduate studies website contains many necessary links for graduate students and is guide in helping them through the academic and administrative component of the graduate programs.
Design and Computation Arts M.Des website:
M.Des Program Website for additional information.
Please refer to the academic calendar for information on regulations and university policy. Important Dates: It is the student's responsibility to be aware of the "Important Dates" in the academic calendar regarding course registration ADD, DNE (Did not Enter), and DISC (Discontinue) dates.
Tuition Fee Calculator:
The tuition and fees website for the tuition fee calculator, the fee payment deadlines, how fees are billed, method of payment and other information.
Graduate Studies Handbook and Guidelines for Supervisors and Graduate Students:
Download the PDF's from this site.