Summer Studies

students at conference fall 2013

The Summer term at McGill covers the months of May to August. During that period a wide array of credit courses from McGill degree programs are offered. Most are month-long courses with lectures four or five days a week. These courses are usually accepted for transfer credit by other universities.

Students taking Summer Studies courses to complete their graduation requirements at McGill will receive their degrees at the Fall Convocation (normally held in November).

It is the student's responsibility to follow the University and faculty regulations. When registering, students must not exceed the maximum credits permitted by their faculty.

Summer 2016 course information will be available on these sites: Summer Studies and Calendars.


The following WMST courses will be offered in the Spring/Summer Semester, 2016:

IGSF is thrilled to announce that WMST 200, the required introductory Women's Studies course will be offered in May 2016!

WMST 200 Course not available

WMST 462 Course not available

WMST 494 Course not available

Note: Advisor Approval Required for WMST 462 and WMST 494


The following SDST courses will be offered in the Spring/Summer Semester, 2016:

SDST 450 Course not available

SDST 499 Course not available

Note: Advisor Approval Required for SDST 450 and SDST 499



The following Complementary Course(s) will be offered in the Spring/Summer Semester, 2016:
Updates ongoing. Check back soon!

RELG 271 Sexual Ethics 3 Credits
    Offered in the:
  • Fall
  • Winter
  • Summer

Note: THIS COURSE DOES NOT COUNT FOR WOMEN'S STUDIES. It counts toward SDST only. 

WMST 200 Course not available


In addition, the following courses at Concordia University also qualify as complementary courses:

WSDB 498/1 - Seminar in Women's Studies: Marxism and Feminism

WSDB 398/1 - Selected Topics in WSDB: Feminism and Comedy

 

If you are interested in enrolling in a course at Concordia University, you will need to enrol in the Quebec Inter-University Transfer (CREPUQ) system, which permits concurrent registration at McGill and another Quebec institution for one or more courses which will count towards a degree at the student's home university.