Prerequisite Checking and Priority Registration
Prerequisite checking went live December 2005 and will be active during the upcoming Priority Registration period.
In previous semesters if a student's academic coursework did not satisfy a course's prerequisites, the registration system gave a student a warning that the prerequisite was not met. However, the system would allow the student to book the class.
Now that prerequisite checking has been turned on, the registration system will allow a student to book a course if one of the two following conditions has been met:
A "CONDITIONALLY BOOKED" flag will be applied to a course if the student is currently enrolled in the prerequisite. After final grades have been submitted for the current term,
If you receive an error message that you believe is a mistake (i.e. you have met or are currently enrolled in a prerequisite for a course), then contact the department office. If you wish to request an exception to the prerequisite, contact the department office.
Work is in progress to have external coursework entered into Campus Management so that transfer work will be taken into account in prerequisite checking.