The Maple League provides our students with even better chances for resilience, engagement, and success thanks to collaborative and innovative opportunities offered through this consortium.
MAPLE LEAGUE COURSES
What are Maple League Courses?
Each year, Maple League Courses are offered by our host universities, with online availability, for Maple League students to register and attend.
Maple League Courses for Fall 2023 and Winter 2024
FREN 3871 French Detective Fiction / Le polar en français (Winter 2024) Offered by Mount Allison:
This course examines the nature of crime novels and varied social and literary issues. It explores detective fiction in the French and Francophone tradition, from authors such as Georges Simenon Fred Vargas, and Chrystine Brouillet.
GREE 2013 Intermediate Greek I (Fall 2023) Offered by Acadia
The study of classical Greek, continuing with the reading approach of Elementary Greek I and II. After a period of review, students begin the study of advanced aspects of grammar and syntax. GREE-1113 with minimum grade B- required - Must be completed prior to taking this course.
GREE 2023 Intermediate Greek II (Winter 2024) Offered by Acadia
Completion of the study of advanced aspects of Greek grammar and syntax begun in Intermediate Greek I
GREE-2013 with minimum grade B- required - Must be completed prior to taking this course.
LAT 301 Advanced Latin I - Selection from Roman Authors Offered by Bishop's
In this course we will finish the grammar in Dickey's Learn Latin from the Romans (chapters 54-61), and read substantial sections from Plautus's comic play Casina.
PHY 474 Cosmology (Fall 2023) Offered by Bishop's
Topics to be studied include: cosmology, inflation, dark energy, compact objects, relativistic fluid dynamics, gravitational lensing, and gravitational waves. See Physics 574 Students who take this course for credit may not receive credit for Physics 574.
If you are faculty member wishing to offer a seat in your online accessible classroom please contact the Maple League to join the list.
How to register for Maple League Courses
Maple League Courses are taken by ML students as Visiting students under a Maple League letter of permission process. The following form must be completed by the student and sent to their home institution for approval and processing.
Students must receive approval from their home institution in order to use the course to satisfy degree requirements. Do not assume that the course can be substituted. Check first!
For Fall and Winter Courses, tuition for Maple League Courses is paid to your home institution. For full time students in good standing there are no additional fees required.
For Spring and Summer Courses, fees are paid to the host institution, additional fees will be required.
Once you have downloaded the visiting student application form, you may print and fill out the form by hand or complete it electronically as a fillable PDF. (We recommend adding your name to the file name when you save the file as: “[LastName], [FirstName] Maple League Visiting Student Application”
Submit the form by email to your home university’s Registrar’s Office. Your home university is the university where you are normally enrolled in an academic program.
Mount Allison: firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Francis Xavier: email@example.com
Your home university’s Registrar will coordinate submission of the form to the host university (the university offering the course). Tuition will be payable to the home university once your registration is confirmed.
Your academic advisor or program/department chair can answer questions about how your chosen course(s) will fit with your specific program and academic profile.
With respect to grades, for courses taken in the Fall and Winter semesters, the grades are sent directly to the Registrar at the appropriate institution for processing. For spring and summer courses, students are responsible for having an official transcript sent to their home institution.
If you have any other questions, please contact your home and host registrar.