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Summer Studies

Summer Studies

If you want to make up deficiencies in your background, or to accelerate your progress in your degree, you may do so by taking summer courses at McGill or at another institution.

Each summer, from early May to mid-August, many core courses and several elective courses are offered by the Desautels Faculty of Management for full credit. They are available to Management students, and to students from other faculties and universities who have the necessary course prerequisites. McGill also offers a number of summer courses in various disciplines at different levels. Information on summer courses is available from the BCom Student Affairs Office at 514-398-4068 or bcom [dot] mgmt [at] mcgill [dot] ca, or from the Summer Studies Office at 514-398-5212 or summer [dot] studies [at] mcgill [dot] ca.

You normally will be allowed to take only 6 credits in each of the two parts of Summer session. If you want to follow a full-time period of study, you will be permitted to enrol for more than 6 credits per part only with special permission of the Director, BCom program. In no circumstance will students be allowed to take more than 12 credits in either part of the Summer session, and students may take no more than 18 credits in a single summer.

If you want to pursue courses at another institution, credit will be granted for such courses only if they fit into your overall program, and if written permission to complete such courses for credit has been obtained in advance from the BCom Student Affairs Office. A course that overlaps with material already completed in your program, or a language course that does not substantially progress beyond corresponding language courses already taken, will not receive credit approval. See Transfer Credit and Advanced Standing for more information about transferring credits.

Desautels Faculty of Management—2012-2013 (last updated Mar. 19, 2012) (disclaimer)