Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts, Education, Engineering including Architecture, Graduate Studies, Management, Music, Nursing, Religious Studies, Science, and Social Work. Individual faculties and departments set their own dates within this period.
Examination period for courses ending during the Winter term (Physical and Occupational Therapy 2nd and 3rd year students only)
Field course BIOL 331 begins and runs for 12 consecutive days. Students must contact the instructor well in advance for...
registration approval and instructions on getting to the field site.
Registration for 2003-2004 academic year using Minerva for all returning students (excluding courses offered by the Faculty of Management except as noted below), except for Continuing Education...
...Registration in Management courses for returning undergraduate students entering the first (U1) year of study: B.Com.; Minors in Management, Technological Entrepreneurship, Construction Engineering and Management; B.A. Faculty Program or Major in Industrial Relations, B.A. Joint Honours Economics and Finance, B.A. Major Concentration in Contemporary German Studies, and B.Ed. in Kinesiology
Students registering for WILD 401 report for class at 9:00 a.m. Field session lasts from Monday to Friday inclusive
for classes in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (excluding FMT), Arts, Continuing Education, Education (non-blocked courses), Engineering including Architecture, Graduate Studies, Law, Management, Music, Nursing, Physical and Occupational Therapy (2nd and 3rd year), Religious Studies, Social Work (BSW), Science.
Want a degree with a difference? In partnership with McGill's Student Exchanges & Study Abroad (SESA), the Faculty of Law is holding a general information session for their students interested in participating in an exchange during the 2006-2007 academic year.