Whatever your goals and current situation, the School of Continuing Studies has something for you! Browse programs and courses, as well as how to apply and register, here, and learn more about what's offered through various areas of study.
Undergraduates can find info for the 2016–17 academic year on the eCalendar—see our new website for all program requirements; course availability; departmental & advising contacts; and other academic information!
Start planning your summer: browse all courses offered for the Summer 2016 term. Discover the various Field, Exchange, and Special Study courses available during summer, offering practical hands-on experiences to complement your learning!
Do not miss your chance to apply to the short courses on infectious disease given by internationally known faculty from the McGill Summer Institute in Infectious Diseases and Global Health!
The Faculty of Education is offering three new Special Topics courses in Health, Science, and Art & Social Media. The deadline to apply for these new courses is this Friday Sept, 18 at noon. Education students will find all the pertinent details in their McGill email accounts. We are now accepting applications for these three new Faculty of Education Special Topics courses.
The Undergraduate and Health Sciences eCalendars have been updated; browse to your faculty or school section to see what's new! This update reflects mid-year changes to undergraduate/professional programs, courses, and information for all faculties & schools. As always, academic advisors are also available to answer quesions and guide you towards academic success!
Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies program and course information is available on the 2015-16 eCalendar! Browse through your faculty or school's grad section to see what's offered, or search all programs and courses to find yours!
Undergraduates can find the most up-to-date info on their programs & courses at mcgill.ca/study; this year's eCalendar—with registration, academic, and other info for the 2015–16 academic year—is now online!
The undergraduate eCalendar, which includes new programs, courses, and faculty information, has been updated! Browse to your faculty or school to find the most up-to-date offerings at www.mcgill.ca/study.
Speaker: Dr. Beverly Baker
DISETalks! is a well-attended forum for members of the DISE community, both students and faculty, to come together and share their work on research and/or pedagogy. In DISE we are fortunate to have a group of students and faculty who use a wide range of research and pedagogical approaches and methodologies. DISETalks! celebrates this diversity and aims to provide a forum for members of the DISE community to share and to learn from one another.