WARNING: THE COURSES LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ASSESSED, AND SCIENCE STUDENTS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR THEM.
Course restrictions 2014-2015 General policy
While all courses offered at McGill have academic merit, not all are appropriate for credit towards the B.Sc. degree. Science students should consult the Science section of the eCalendar for the regulations governing which courses are open to them.
Enrolment of undergraduate students in 600-level courses
An undergraduate student will be permitted to take 600-level courses subject to the following conditions:
As a freshman student, you may wish to take a language course this year. The following regulations regarding language courses apply to students in the freshman year.
- No more than one 6-credit or 9-credit language course at an elementary level may be taken in the first year.
- You are permitted to take two language courses in the freshman year provided that they are at different levels, e.g., Elementary French and Intermediate German.
This page provides general advising information that is frequently sought by students enrolled in undergraduate programs of the Faculty of Science and the B.A.&Sc.
This page provides general course requirements that would be frequently sought by students enrolled in the B.A&Sc. and B.Sc. Please choose from the items below for suitable information.
Below please find important information and advice on upcoming events for all students who intend to return to McGill for the 2012-2013 academic year:
- How to locate your undergraduate eCalendar;
- SOUSA operating hours, location and contact information;
- Spring academic advising period dates;
- Which students should see faculty advisers and which should see academic advisers;
- What to bring to your departmental advising appointment;
This page provides links to general degree requirements in the eCalendar that are frequently sought by students enrolled in the Faculty of Science. Please choose from the items below for suitable information.