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What is a Reading course (Phil 595)? How do I enroll in a section of Phil 595?

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What is a Reading course (Phil 595)? How do I enroll in a section of Phil 595?

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A. A reading course is a specially offered course that covers material not covered by the standard courses. It also has lower contact hours than a regular course (usually an hour a week), and correspondingly more readings (thus the name). Such courses must be specially arranged with the instructor. Enrollment in such a course is usually restricted to a small number of students. You must have permission from the instructor to enroll in a section of 595. Honours students in the fall term of their thesis year are required to enroll in a special section of 595 set up by their honours thesis supervisor. Enrollment in these sections of 595 are restricted to the honours student for whom the course was created.

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