Program Advising

Program Advising Information

How to Use this Guide
This page offers advising and registration information to students who are new to a program and provides course suggestions for the first two semesters.

STEP 1: You're Accepted, now what?

Congrats!  We're excited that you will be joining the Mount Royal Community. Now that you're (conditionally) accepted, find out what you need to do next. 

  • Activate your MyMRU account: MyMRU is your online registration portal, fee payment system and one-stop information for all things Mount Royal.
  • Learn how to accept your offer: You can accept your offer (conditional or final) of admission using the Applicant tab in MyMRU.
  • Pay your $425 non-refundable Tuition deposit: This reserves your seat in your program and enables you to register for classes.
  • Read your program advising guide (choose your program link below) and find out what courses you need to take

Follow the steps under the "You're accepted, now what?" section to help you reserve your seat and activate your mymru.ca account.

STEP 2: Find your program link from the list of programs included on this page.

STEP 3: Read this guide thoroughly and pay close attention to the first-year course recommendations for your major and General Education information. You will likely need to read this information more than once. Give yourself time to understand the information and prepare for registration.

STEP 4: Identify courses you would like to take based on the recommendations included in your program guide. You can use the Academic Calendar to find brief course descriptions.

STEP 5: Start using the schedule of classes to plan and register in your courses. You can access the schedule of classes through your mymru.ca account, under the Register & Pay tab (Look Up Classes). Register early for the best course selection. For a complete overview of your program, consult mruGradU8.


Program Advising Information 

Bachelor Degrees

Diplomas

Certificates

Occupational Programs

Non-Credential Programs