The Undergraduate Chair might allow you to substitute another course. Otherwise look for an equivalent course at another institution, such as a correspondence course at Athabasca University; the following table shows Athabasca courses which are currently equivalent to (or might be used in lieu of) several CISC courses:
|CISC 102||MATH 309|
|CISC 124||COMP 308|
|CISC 220||COMP 325|
|CISC 221||COMP 314 (exclusion with CISC 324, and so only|
for students in COGS or BMCO or a COMP General)
|CISC 226||COMP 318|
|CISC 235||COMP 272|
|CISC 260||COMP 456 (exclusion with CISC 352, and so only|
for students in COMP or CSCI or COMA or SODE)
|CISC 320||COMP 306|
|CISC 322||COMP 410|
|CISC 324||COMP 314|
|CISC 325||COMP 482|
|CISC 332||COMP 378|
|CISC 352||COMP 456|
|CISC 365||COMP 372|
|CISC 435||COMP 347|
|CISC 454||COMP 390|
For alternatives to CISC-102/3.0, check out this page.
You must apply for a letter of permission from Arts and Science before registering for a course at another institution.
Courses that I want to take have schedule conflicts; what can I do?
If the conflict is relatively minor, you might get permission from both instructors to allow you to register in both courses. Otherwise you should look for alternatives: a section of one of the courses in another term or on-line, a course that is an exclusion to the one you wanted to take and is likely equivalent, or a course that you can take by correspondence at another institution, such as Athabasca University; see the table above.