Summer Term registration opens for all Undergraduate students and Continuing Education newly admitted and special students...
Undergraduate students should refer to the summer course calendar for all Management course priority registration dates.
Summer Undergraduate Management courses open to all McGill students and Special and Visiting students
(certificates, diplomas, master's non-thesis) who expect to complete their program requirements at the end of the Summer 2007 term (Fall 2007 convocation) to apply to graduate on Minerva.
Registration for Fall 2007 and Winter 2008 using Minerva begins for all students entering the graduating (U3/ U4) year of their program...
(excluding Law and courses offered by the Desautels Faculty of Management, except as noted below), and all students in Graduate degree programs, except for Continuing Education.
Registration for Fall 2007 and Winter 2008 in Management courses begins for undergraduate students entering their graduating (U3/ U4) year:
B.Com.; Minors in Management, Technological Entrepreneurship, Minor in Marketing, Construction Engineering and Management; B.A. Joint Honours Economics and Finance; B.A. Faculty Program or Major in Industrial Relations; B.A. Major Concentration in Contemporary German Studies; Major in Agricultural Economics and B.Ed. in Kinesiology.
Registration for Fall 2007 and Winter 2008 using Minerva begins for all returning Continuing Education-Education students only
Online course evaluation period for Winter term: Evaluations available for completion on Mercury through Minerva
Public lecture: Me Suzanne Comtois, administrative law professor, Université de Sherbrooke, and spokesperson, SOS Parc Orford coalition. After a brief review of events leading up to the sale of a significant portion of Mont Orford park, Me Comtois will examine the legal and political methods chosen by citizens to oppose the project, and will also touch on the difficulties faced by citizens' groups who seek to protect the environment and, in so doing, must battle the government. This bilingual event is presented by Environmental Law McGill (ELM).
Representatives from Revenue Canada and Revenue Québec will be holding two tax information sessions for international students.
Dr. Anne-Claude Gingras, Dept of Medical Genetics and Microbiology, University of Toronto