All information is available online for you to be able to self-serve. This link guides you through every step (a video tutorial is also available at the bottom of their page).
Registration in specific course sections is on a first-come first-serve basis. Students are strongly recommended to register for the Fall and Winter terms at the beginning of the registration cycle.
1) Pop-up that "your pre-requisites are not met"
a) If you are registering for a course for the 1st time and are getting this pop-up message, please come to the BCEE Reception at S-EV 6139 to speak to a BCEE Advisor (you may drop-in at reception - there is no need to take an appointment);
b) If you are registering for a course that you have previously failed one (1) or two (2) times, and are getting this pop-up message, please come to the BCEE Reception at S-EV 6139 to speak to a BCEE Advisor (you may drop-in at reception - there is no need to take an appointment);
c) HOWEVER, if you are registering for a course that you have previously failed three (3) times, and are getting this pop-up message, you must fill out a particular student request form directly at the Student Academic Services at EV002.125 (we will not be able to help at the departmental level);
2) Pop-up that you have an "account balance"
If you are getting this pop-up message, please go to the Birks Student Service Center at LB001.185 - until you no longer see this pop-up, registration cannot be done by our BCEE Advisors. Note that it takes about five (5) days after payment of any amount due for the pop-up message to disappear.
3) For any other types of registration blocks, please go to Student Academic Services at EV002.125.
How many courses?
Full-time students take from 4 to 6 courses per semester, depending on the following factors:
- The amount of time you have for study: each lecture hour needs an average of about two hours of “outside” work while each laboratory hour needs about one-half hour of “outside” work.
- The nature of the courses: more time is needed for the supporting courses.
- Your learning skills, which you can improve through Student Learning Services.
- Your current GPA and the target GPA. See acceptable GPA.
In general, it is a much better strategy to take fewer courses but learn them well. Learn well the supporting courses, and you will learn faster and more effectively the subsequent courses. Success in the fundamental courses of the first year is therefore particularly crucial.
What order should I take my courses in?
You should adhere to the Standard Course Sequences in order to avoid scheduling conflicts or lack of pre-requisites.
Click here for the specific Building Engineering course sequence.
Click here for the specific Civil Engineering course sequence.
Out-of-sequence students may encounter scheduling conflicts, lack of prerequisites, or finding certain courses not offered. Thus, out-of-sequence students should try to get back into sequence as soon as possible. To avoid the problem in the first place, you should make extra effort to pass the pre-requisite courses.
To ease the preceding difficulties, many common core courses are offered in the evening, or in both fall and winter semesters, or in the summer as well. The Tentative Course Schedule may be used as a guide in your planning.
BCEE contacts regarding Undergraduate Matters
Quick reminders for each step of your undergraduate degree
All information is available online for you to be able to self-serve. This link guides you through every step.
If you get a pop-up that says you have an "account balance", please go to the Birks Student Service Center at LB001.185 - until this is resolved, no registration can be done by our BCEE Advisors.
Exceptionally, between September 13 and September 17: In case of any other system blocks or advising question with a September 17 firm delay, please drop in by the BCEE Reception as of 9am, September 14 and 17. We will be assigning numbers on a first come first serve basis. The last number will be given at 3pm on Monday, September 17, 2018. We will only help students with these types of issues during those 2 days.
Normally : In case of any other system blocks, please make an appointment with our Graduate Advisor by clicking this link. These appointments are made through an ONLINE FORM (no in-person request will be accepted to set up an appointment - it is done on a first come, first serve basis online). This form will email you back a timestamped confirmation of your request. Our receptionist will email you back with your appointment date and time (AM or PM).
*The lounge area will be reserved for students who already have an appointment for the day.
- Class schedule
- ENCS Course list
- Engineering course descriptions
- Registration form
- Course change form: Drop/Add
When you are not registered for any course, not on leave of absence, and you have not applied for graduation, then you MUST register as CIP (Continuing In Program).
Course Selection Tables
To register for ENGR 6991, you (i) need a faculty advisor, and (ii) present a signed Project and Report Request Form with your registration. This form is available in EV-6.139.
MASc & PhD students
- Registration Guide for MASc and PhD Students
- Guidelines on Research Student Supervision
- Graduate Studies Handbook
Consult with your thesis supervisor on course selection and get his/her signature of approval on the Registration Form.
The following courses need NOT be registered:
- ENGR 8901: MASc thesis
- ENCS 8501: PhD Comprehensive Examination
- ENCS 8511: Doctoral Research Proposal
- ENCS 8911: PhD thesis
Ph.D. students may register for ENCS 8011 (Ph.D. Seminar) only after they have completed ENCS 8511 (Doctoral Research Proposal).
Verification & correction
- Verify course registration: MyConcordia Portal
- Report all errors immediately: GPD's Office
- Course change form: Drop/Add [PDF]
- Student Request Form A [PDF]
- Frequently Asked Questions
Graduate Thesis information
- Students must submit the thesis to the Thesis Office at least 6 weeks before the defence date for PhD thesis and 3-weeks for M.A.Sc thesis.
- Once the BCEE-Graduate Program Advisor receives copies of the thesis (sent by the Thesis Office), the student may choose to distribute the thesis copies to the examiners if s/he so wishes, but makes sure that an Examiner's Report form is in every box.
- The Graduate Program Advisor will deliver a copy to the Chair of the Examination Committee together with other required documents.
Can only be made by thesis supervisors.
BCEE contacts regarding all graduate issues
|Graduate Program Director||Dr. Fariborz Haghighat||3192||EV006.email@example.com|
|Graduate Programs Advisor||Ms. Jenny Drapeau||3205||EV006.firstname.lastname@example.org**|
**Registration requests sent via email will NOT be processed. Due to the volume of inquiries that we receive, it may take several days to respond to your email during a busy period.
(In all emails, please include your student ID number or your application number. Also refrain from sending multiple copies of the same message so that we can provide you with better service).