2016-2017 B.B.R.M.

Please Read Carefully!

Once a Schedule of Studies is published, the University does not go back and “fix it” when courses are deleted or changed. To help you keep track of what you need to graduate, changes to your Schedule of Studies are listed below. Some students find it useful to review these changes with a copy of their Program/Academic Evaluation in front of them. This way you can mark off what you have completed and what you still need to complete. Please note that substitutions won’t always show up on your Program/Academic Evaluation. If you find errors on your Program/Academic Evaluation, or if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact your Program Counsellor.

Changes are listed for each major:

Changes for Environmental Management

The number of research/independent study courses has been reduced (from 12 to four). Courses remaining are: ENVS 4410ENVS 4420ENVS 4430ENVS 4510.

ENVS 4030 is a new course called Ecohydrology. It is offered in the Winter and requires 1 of (BIOL 2060, GEOG 3160) and 1 of (GEOG 2460, STAT 2040, STAT 2060, STAT 2120, STAT 2230).

ENVS 4350 will not be offered Fall 2019.

ENVS 2340 is no longer offered. You must complete an extra 0.50 credits from List A as a substitution. This means you must complete a total of 6.50 restricted electives, 3.50 from List A if you have not completed ENVS 2340. 

ENVM 1020 is changing to a second year course and will last be offered as ENVM 1020 Winter 2017. It will next be offered in Winter 2018 as ENVS 2080. If you still require ENVM 1020, you must take ENVS 2080 beyond Winter 2017. 

EDRD 4500 is no longer being offered. Please watch your 4000 level requirements from List A; there are quite a lot that require prerequisites that you will have to plan to take instead of this course. 

ENVS 3030 is no longer offered. 

EDRD 2650 will not be offered Fall 2019 and will only be offered in Winter moving forward.

ENVS 3000 is cancelled for Winter 2018. It should be offered Winter 2019. 

ENVS 4070 is cancelled for Winter 2018. It should be offered Winter 2019. 

EDRD 3450 is cancelled for Fall 2018. It should be offered Winter 2019. UPDATE - It is now only offered in the Winter, but is cancelled for Winter 2020.

Changes for Equine Management

CROP 3340 will move temporarily to the Winter and will be offered Winter 2020, not Fall 2019 (then next offered Fall 2020).

With changes to semester offerings of courses, the order of the courses you take is different from the published undergraduate calendar. Please follow this sequencing of courses:

2016-2017 Revised Schedule for Equine Management

Semester 1 – Fall 2016

BIOL*1050 [0.50] Biology of Plants & Animals in Managed Ecosystems

BIOL*1090 [0.50] Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology

ECON*1050 [0.50] Introductory Microeconomics

EQN*1010 [1.00] Introduction to Equine Management

Semester 2 – Winter 2017

ACCT*1220 [0.50] Introductory Financial Accounting

ANSC*1210 [1.00] Principles of Animal Care and Welfare

EQN*2040 [0.50] Equine Anatomy and Physiology

One of:

CHEM*1040 [0.50] General Chemistry I

CHEM*1100 [0.50] Chemistry Today

Semester 3 – Fall 2017

ENVS*2060 [0.50] Soil Science

EQN*2060 [0.50] Equine Event Management I

EQN*2200 [0.50] Equine Industry Trends and Issues I

1.00 electives or restricted electives

Semester 4 – Winter 2018

ACCT*2230 [0.50] Management Accounting

EQN*2050 [0.50] Introduction to Equine Nutrition

EQN*2070 [0.50] Equine Event Management II

EQN*2150 [0.50] Equine Facility Management and Design

0.50 electives or restricted electives

Semester 5 – Fall 2018

CROP*3340 [0.50] Managed Grasslands (as a subsitution for AGR*2030 Pasture Management which has been deleted). CROP 3340 can no longer be used as a restricted elective. ENVS 2060 will be the new prerequisite for CROP 3340.

ANSC*3080 [0.50] Agricultural Animal Physiology

STAT*2060 [0.50] Statistics for Business Decisions

1.00 electives or restricted electives

Semester 6 – Winter 2019 *

EQN*3050 [0.50] Equine Exercise Physiology

EQN*3060 [0.50] Equine Reproduction

1.50 electives or restricted electives

Semester 7 – Fall 2019

EQN*4500 [1.00] Equine Integrated Project *note this course will change to a 4000 level (from a 3000 level) in Fall 2018. The course listed in the Schedule of Studies is EQN 3500. 

EQN*3070 [0.50] Equine Health Management

EQN*4400 [0.50] Equine Industry Trends and Issues II

0.50 electives or restricted electives

Semester 8 – Winter 2020

EQN*4020 [0.50] Feeding the Performance Horse

2.00 electives or restricted electives

* EQN*3150 (first offered Winter 2018) can be used as restricted elective (under list 1, your science restricted electives) and must be taken with EQN*3050.

The rest of the requirements for your degree (including levels and restricted electives) must follow the published Schedule of Studies in the Undergraduate Calendar

Other Notes:

EDRD 3400 will not be offered Fall 2017 as it transitions to a Winter offering. 

CROP 3340 will move temporarily to the Winter and will be offered Winter 2020, not Fall 2019 (then next offered Fall 2020).

EQN 3150 and EQN 3050 are merging to create EQN 3250: Equine Exercise Physiology. EQN 3250 will be offered in Fall semesters. You will take EQN 3250 in Fall 2020 instead of taking EQN 3050 and EQN 3150 in Winter 2020. EQN 3250 will be worth 0.50 credits.

AGR 2030 is no longer offered. You will take CROP*3340 as a substitution for AGR*2030. CROP 3340 is now offered in Fall semesters. CROP 3340 can no longer be used as a restricted elective. 

EQN 3500 is changing to EQN 4500 in Fall 2018. 

ANSC 3090 is a new course starting Winter 2019. It's called "Vertebrate Ethology" and looks at animal behaviour. This course will eventually become a prerequisite for ANSC 4090 (Applied Animal Behaviour). ANSC 3090 can be used as a science restricted elective. *Update* The name is now "Principles of Animal Behaviour" and is offered in Fall semesters starting Fall 2019.

ANSC 4090 is moving to a Winter offering in Winter 2020 and will require ANSC 3090 as an additional prerequisite.

EQN 2060 and EQN 2070 are becoming a 1.00 credit course. It will be EQN 2080: Equine Event Management. EQN 2080 will be offered in Fall semesters starting Fall 2020.

EQN 3070 will move to a Winter offering after it is offered for the last Fall offering in Fall 2019.