will not receive credit toward your
degree for any course that overlaps in content with a course taken for credit
at McGill, CEGEP, or another university; advanced placement exams; Advanced Level
results; International Baccalaureate Diploma; or French Baccalaureate Diploma.
It is your
responsibility to consult with the BCom Student Affairs Office as to whether or not
credit can be obtained and to be aware of exclusion clauses specified in the
course descriptions in this publication.
Please refer to the following website for specific information about Advanced
Standing credits and McGill course exemptions:
Credit for Statistics courses will be given with the following
Credit will be given for
ONLY ONE of the following Statistics courses: AEMA 310, BIOL 373, ECON
227D1/ECON 227D2 (max. 3 credits), ECON 257D1/ECON 257D2, GEOG 202, GEOG 351, MATH
204, MATH 324, MATH 357, MGCR 271, MGCR 273, MIME 209, PSYC 204, SOCI 350.
Credit will be given for ONLY ONE of the following intermediate Statistics courses: MGSC 372, ECON 257D1/ECON 257D2, the combination of ECON 337 & ECON 338, ECON 467.
For 500-level Statistics
courses not listed above, you
must consult a student adviser to ensure that no significant overlap exists.
Where such overlap exists with a course for which you
have already received credit, credit will not be
Credit for Statistics
courses offered by faculties other than Management requires the permission of
the Director, BCom program.
PSYC 204 may not be taken if
a grade of 75% or better was received in an equivalent course completed at
Credit for computer courses offered by the School of Computer Science is governed by rules specified in its individual course descriptions.
Credit for Economics courses will be subject to the following
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