The School of Graduate Studies provides the most up-to-date course timetable information for graduate courses in all terms (Fall, Winter, Spring). Detailed course descriptions and program requirements are in the Graduate Academic Calendar. Please login to myTrent to register for courses.
In the timetable you can filter by term, location, program department and course level to see course schedules for Peterborough, Durham and Online. Please be advised that the timetable is subject to change and it is important to check back at the start of each term to confirm course location, day and time.
Your Choice is Key
The main thing about courses at Trent in the upcoming academic year is that almost all courses will be offered in a way that allows you to access content remotely or online. Even where in-person components exist, many courses will provide students with options to access content and learning material if they cannot be present.
Winter Term Update (November 11, 2020)
To allow faculty to adapt and prepare for the winter semester, the start of classes will be delayed from Wednesday, January 6 to Monday, January 11. The last day of classes and beginning of the winter exam period have also been extended. Other campus services will remain unchanged.
Winter Timetable Update
The winter academic timetable has been updated. Check the instructions column for updated information around the delivery of your winter term courses. As is normal every term, there may be minor changes to courses and/or sections between now and the start of term. Be sure to check back at the start of term to confirm course location, day and time. Students with questions about specific winter course offerings are encouraged to reach out to the academic department directly.
Although many winter term courses currently indicate in-person, the delivery methods of most courses will be updated gradually in the timetable between now and early November to reflect the multi-access learning approach recently announced for winter. Please note that most winter 2021 courses will shift to online or remote delivery with optional opportunities for students to participate in course components in-person if they are able. Although some courses will be offered in-person, students should be reassured that most of these courses will include options for remote or online learning for students unable to attend in-person. Only a very small number of courses will require mandatory in-person attendance, primarily those that cannot be offered in an alternate format. This multi-access approach has been developed to give students as much flexibility and choice as possible. Please check back for updates.
Course Registration Availability
Registration for graduate students begins on August 1, 2020.