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SUMMER 2021:

Summer 2021 Course Selection opens March 24th at 6:00 am



The Summer Session at OISE consists of two 6-week terms. May-June and July-August.  The term Intersession is historically used for the May-June session.  Instructors compensate for any classes that may fall on a holiday.

  • 20215F refers to the first term (May to June) of the summer session which runs from Monday, May 03, 2021 to June 11, 2021 
  • 20215S refers to the second term (July to August) of the summer session which runs from Monday, July 05, 2021 to August 13, 2021
  • MT program core Summer Courses are not listed here. They are required, will be added automatically and may have slightly different sessional dates which will be provided by the MT program.

  • Instructor approval required information found here (under "Enrolling in Courses" section)

  • Hover over Special Topics course titles for course descriptions if available

  • Full-time students can take no more than 2 half-courses in each term of the Summer session  *Part-time students can take no more than 1 half-course in the summer session (i.e., one in the May/June term OR one in the July/August term)       
    (MED students - be aware of how taking summer courses may effect your 
    minimum degree fee)

  • Newly admitted students can not start in the summer, they only begin their program in the Fall/Winter session.

  • Important information on Summer Session registration and fees is available here.

  • All masters students: avoid the shock of a large bill at graduation; learn about your minimum degree fee, and what part-time status, summer courses, program transfers and fast tracking can mean.

Delivery Modes in 2021-2022 

Delivery Mode Code Explanation
SYNC A course is considered Online Synchronous if online attendance is expected at a specific time for some or all course activities, and attendance at a specific location is not expected for any activities or exams.
Asynchronous ASYNC A course is considered Asynchronous if it has no requirement for attendance at a specific time or location for any activities or exams. Components may be online or remote (e.g. reading, writing, etc.). An asynchronous offering is not “self-paced” – there are deadlines/milestones that must be met, but the student can do the work at any time of day or night that suits them.


Enrolment Control information/release dates:

Spring (F) or Summer (S) courses

From March 24 at 6 am to April 5
Spaces may be reserved for specific group(s) of students as stated in the individual Course Comment.

On April 6 Course enrolment is not available; it will reopen at 12 am on April 7
You can add a course to your enrolment cart, but you won’t be able to take any other action. You cannot enrol, drop, modify, or join the waitlist until April 7 at 12 am.

From April 7 at 12 am
Any unused spaces are open to other OISE students unless stated otherwise in the individual Course Comment.


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