Degree Evaluation is a Minerva tool to help students and advisers compare the student's academic record with the requirements of a specific program. If you have access to Degree Evaluation on Minerva (www.mcgill.ca/minerva) you can review your progress within your current program. Also, if you are considering a program change, you can generate a "what-if" comparison of your academic record with the requirements of another program.
The presentation in the Degree Evaluation Report may have a different appearance than the requirements listed in this publication. For example, a long listing of courses may be grouped into one course "attribute" on the Minerva report.
Degree Evaluation also provides a central record of adviser/faculty-approved adjustments to your program of study, e.g., the replacement of one specified course with another or acceptance of a non-McGill course for credit.
Please note that Degree Evaluation is an advising tool only. A Degree Evaluation Report that indicates program requirements have been satisfied does NOT constitute approval to graduate.
For details regarding Degree Evaluation, including Reading a Degree Evaluation Report, see www.mcgill.ca/students/courses/plan/evaluation.