Intent To Register

Returning to Brescia in September 2018?

Don’t forget to submit your Intent to Register (ITR)…

All returning students need to complete their ITR in order to receive a web registration appointment to register your courses over the summer for Fall/Winter 2018–19.  ITR is available in your Student Center at student.uwo.ca as of February 1st.  Fill the form out by March 30th. If you change your mind during this process, we will use your last completed form for the adjudication process. This online form asks you three simple questions about your plan for September 2018:

1. What Faculty you will Register in:

  • Remember that Brescia University College is your Faculty!

2. What type of degree are you pursuing?

  • Bachelor of Arts Degree in Arts, Social Science, Health Science and Kinesiology
  • Bachelor of Arts (or Science) Human Ecology, Family Studies
  • Bachelor of Science (Foods and Nutrition)
  • Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies (BMOS)

3. What Modular Combination are you interested in doing?

  • Honors Specialization, Specialization, Majors and Minors

Do the following to prepare for Intent to Register:

  1. Think about what courses you are enjoying right now, and what you might want your remaining courses at University to look like
  2. Review Brescia’s programs and module options using Brescia’s Academic Department websites and Western’s 2017 Academic Calendar
  3. Attend the Intent to Register Showcase (Wed, March 7 & Thurs, March 8 from 10:30 – 2:30 in the Library Foyer)
  4. Check out our Degree Planning Presentation about Intent to Register to make sure you understand the process.
  5. Speak with an advisor or your professor if you have any questions about courses, modules or progression requirements.

Still Confused?

Check out our Degree Planning Presentation to help you explore your options. If you have filled ITR out before, but just need a refresher, here are Step by Step Tips of the Intent to Register form.

Ready to “Intent to Register”?

Click here for some tips for completing ITR. Once you have prepared to fill out your ITR, log into your Student Center account (www.student.uwo.ca) to access the online Intent to Register service and follow the instructions on the online process. It is important to submit your ITR in order to have an enrollment date to choose courses for September 2018. In May, when all final grades are in, we use your grades and your Intent to Register form to determine what program you are eligible for.  You will see the results of this adjudication on your Student Center accounts in late May.


Plan to attend the Intent to Register Showcase:

Wednesday, March 7th & Thursday, March 8th
10:30AM – 2:30PM

LIBRARY FOYER
Interested in a module at Brescia but have further questions? Plan to attend the Intent to Register Showcase! Faculty from each of our programs will be available to provide further information and answer your questions about possible courses, topics, and opportunities within each of the programs. Academic Advisors will also be available to assist with completing the Intent to Register form.  


For a quick question, email brescia@uwo.ca and put ITR in the subject line.

For an advising appointment, contact The Hive at 519-858-5151 or brescia@uwo.ca.

For ideas on what you will study in your upper years in any subject, ask your professor, the chair of the department, or friends you have in upper years of the program.

Overview: Brescia Modules with links to the Academic Calendar

SubjectModules Program Information
English
  • Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature
  • Specialization in English Language and Literature
  • Major in English Language and Literature
  • Minor in English Language and Literature
  • Minor in General English
  • Minor in English for Teachers
  • Family Studies
  • Honors Specialization in Family Studies (BSc)
  • Specialization in Family Studies (BSc)
  • Honors Specialization in Family Studies (BA)
  • Honors Specialization in Families and Communities (BA)
  • Honors Specialization in Nutrition and Families (BA)
  • Specialization in Family Studies (BA)
  • Specialization in Nutrition and Families (BA)
  • Major in Family Studies
  • Major in Nutrition and Families
  • Minor in Family Studies
  • Nutrition and Families modules can also be found on the Foods and Nutrition Academic page on the Brescia website.
    Foods and Nutrition
  • Honors Specialization in Nutrition and Dietetics (BSc)
  • Honors Specialization in Food Science and Technology (BSc)
  • Honors Specialization in Nutrition and Families (BA)
  • Honors Specialization in Food Management (BMOS)
  • Honors Specialization in Nutrition and Dietetics/HBA Combined Degree Program
  • Specialization in Foods and Nutrition (BSc)
  • Specialization in Nutrition and Families (BA)
  • Specialization in Food Management (BMOS)
  • Major in Nutrition and Families
  • Major in Food Management (BMOS)
  • Minor in Foods and Nutrition
  • Please note the specific progression requirements for Honors Specialization in Nutrition and Dietetics and the Specialization in Foods and Nutrition.
    French
  • Honors Specialization in French Language and Literature (admission discontinued)
  • Honors Specialization in French Linguistics and Literature (admission discontinued)
  • Honors Specialization in French Language and Linguistics (admission discontinued)
  • Honors Specialization in French Studies
  • Specialization in French Studies
  • Major in French Studies
  • Major in French for Teaching
  • Minor in French Studies
  • Health Sciences
  • Major in Health Sciences
  • Students wishing to pursue a major in Health Science must also pursue a major module offered at Brescia.

    As indicated in the Academic Calendar, Brescia students are eligible to enroll in any BA Major or Minor in Health Sciences if granted admission into the program.

    Community Rural Health Development is a joint program between Health Science and Sociology at Brescia. Information can be found under Sociology.
    History
  • Honors Specialization in History
  • Specialization in History
  • Major in History
  • Major in Power in History and Politics
  • Minor in History
  • Kinesiology
  • Major in Kinesiology
  • Students pursuing a Major in Kinesiology must also pursue a major module at Brescia.
    Leadership
  • Major in Leadership Studies
  • Management and Organizational Studies
    (BMOS)
  • Honors Specialization in Food Management
  • Honors Specialization in Nonprofit Management
  • Specialization in Food Management
  • Specialization in Consumer Behaviour
  • Specialization in Non-Profit Management
  • Major in Food Management*
  • Major in Accounting*
  • Major in Consumer Behaviour*
  • Major Modules in BMOS are available only as part of an Honors Double Major degree. The second major must be from a discipline other than MOS.

    Please note the specific progression requirements for BMOS and BMOS Honors degree modules.
    Philosophy
  • Major in Philosophy
  • Minor in Philosophy
  • Minor in Religious Studies and Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Major in Political Science
  • Major in Power and History in Politics
  • Minor in Political Science
  • Minor in Public Administration
  • Psychology
  • Honors Specialization in Psychology
  • Specialization in Psychology
  • Major in Psychology
  • Minor in Psychology
  • Religious Studies
  • Major in Religious Studies
  • Major in Spirituality and Community Leadership
  • Minor in Religious Studies
  • Minor in Religious Studies and Philosophy
  • Minor in Women and Christianity
  • Sociology
  • Honors Specialization in Sociology
  • Specialization in Sociology
  • Major in Sociology
  • Minor in Sociology
  • Minor in the Sociology of Gender
  • Criminal Justice
  • Honors Specialization in Community and Criminal Justice
  • Major in Criminal Justice
  • Minor in Criminal Justice
  • Community Development
  • Honors Specialization in Community Development in a Global Context
  • Honors Specialization in Community and Criminal Justice
  • Honors Specialization in Families and Communities
  • Major in Community Development
  • Minor in Community Development
  • Certificate in Community Development
  • Major in Spirituality and Community Leadership
  • Community Development modules require a Community Development Application for students entering their third year in the program.

    The application deadline is May 1, 2018.

    The Community Development Certificate program can be pursued concurrently with a degree. For more information on the Certificate program, see an Academic Advisor.
    Preliminary Year StudentsPreliminary Year Students must fill out a paper Intent to Register form with Jennifer Coghlin, Associate Registrar - Student Success for all campus ITRs (Brescia, Western, King's or Huron)