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FULL-TIME REGISTRATION ROAD MAP

STEP THREE: HOW TO NAVIGATE MYHUMBER AND OTHER IMPORTANT ITEMS

Terms of Registration

Registering into classes creates a bill that you are responsible for paying. If you make changes to that registration, your bill may be amended. By registering at Humber, you agree to the following:

If you do not agree with the Terms of Registration, you must withdraw from all of your classes prior to the last day to drop for refund.

Breadth Elective Info (Degree Programs)

Registration for degree programs will take place on Monday, April 5th. Please check the registration website for your specific registration time. The following details are extremely important for your registration:

When your degree registration window opens, please be aware that the upper-level breadth elective courses will be restricted to students who are enrolled in semester 5 through 8 of their degree program. You can identify lower and upper level electives through your Academic Progress on MyHumber by clicking on DEGE. Typically upper level courses have codes in the 3000s and 4000s (e.g. HIST 3300, SOCI 3000, SCIE 3200).

These restrictions ensure that upper-level electives are available to students in the upper semesters of their program. The restrictions will remain in place until Monday, April 19th, when registration in all breadth electives will open.

As part of your degree program, you are required to complete breadth elective course requirements to be eligible to graduate as indicated on your Academic Progress on MyHumber.

Breadth courses are divided into three categories:

  1. Society, Culture & Commerce
  2. Science & Technology
  3. Arts & Humanities

Students must take a minimum number of lower-level courses in two of the three categories and a minimum number of upper-level courses in two of the three categories. Please review the Level and Category requirements that are outlined at the bottom of your Academic Progress on MyHumber.

It is strongly recommended that students take a lower-level course in a breadth category prior to taking an upper-level course in the same breadth category.