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For people who like to ask questions, Science leads to answers. What makes Science at McGill special is the potent combination of internationally renowned professor-researchers and bright and accomplished students. McGill Science professors work closely with all levels of...
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About the Faculty of Science The Faculty of Science aims to be a leader in finding solutions critical to economic and human development, including key questions in the environmental sciences, new materials, and new technologies. To help us achieve these goals, the...
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History of the Faculty of Science The study of science at McGill goes back almost two centuries, when the lower campus was a rough and muddy cow pasture and the University struggled to establish itself. In 1855, the job of principal was given to a Nova Scotia–born...
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Programs and Teaching in Science The Faculty of Science is committed to providing outstanding teaching and research facilities. The Faculty draws on its involvement in cutting-edge research to ensure teaching excellence at the undergraduate level. Professors...
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For people who like to ask questions, science leads to answers. What makes Science at McGill special is the potent combination of internationally renowned professor-researchers and bright and accomplished students. McGill Science professors work closely with all levels of...
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About the Faculty of Science (Undergraduate) Location Location Dawson Hall 853 Sherbrooke Street West Montreal QC H3A 0G5 Canada Telephone: 514-398-5442 Faculty website: www.mcgill.ca/science Science Office for Undergraduate Student...
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Administrative Officers for Faculty of Science Dean R. Bruce Lennox; B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D.(Tor.) (Tomlinson Professor of Chemistry) Associate Dean (Academic) Tamara Western; B.Sc.(Dal.), Ph.D.(Br. Col.) Director of Advising Services Nicole Allard; B.A.(W...
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Science Office for Undergraduate Student Advising (SOUSA) The Science Office for Undergraduate Student Advising (SOUSA) provides ongoing advice and guidance on academic issues related to programs, degree requirements, registration, course change, withdrawal,...
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Faculty Admission Requirements for the Faculty of Science For information about admission requirements for the B.Sc., please refer to the Undergraduate Admissions Guide, found at www.mcgill.ca/applying. For information about inter-faculty transfers,...
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Faculty Degree Requirements for the Faculty of Science Each student in the Faculty of Science must be aware of the Faculty regulations as stated in this publication and on the McGill, Science, and SOUSA websites. While departmental and faculty...
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Minimum Credit Requirement for Bachelor of Science Degree The minimum credit requirement for your degree is determined at the time of acceptance and is specified in your letter of admission. Students are normally admitted to a four-year degree...
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Advanced Standing Advanced Standing of up to 30 credits may be granted to students who obtain satisfactory results in International Baccalaureate, French Baccalaureate, Advanced Levels, Advanced Placement tests, or the Diploma of Collegial Studies (DCS). Quebec...
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Equivalencies for Non-Basic Science Courses Note that equivalencies for some non-basic science courses, such as CHEM 212 and CHEM 222 and PSYC 204, are granted on a per-CEGEP basis. In some cases, a grade greater than the minimum passing grade may be required. For...
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Readmission after Interruption of Studies for a Period of Five Consecutive Years or More If you are readmitted after interrupting your studies for a period of five consecutive years or more, you may be required to complete a minimum of 60 credits and satisfy...
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Residency Requirements for Faculty of Science Degrees To obtain a B.Sc. degree, you must satisfy the following residency requirements: a minimum of 60 credits of courses used to satisfy the B.Sc. degree requirements must be taken and passed at McGill, exclusive...
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Time and Credit Limit for the Completion of the Degree for the Faculty of Science If you need 96 or fewer credits to complete your degree requirements, you are expected to complete your degree in no more than eight terms after your initial registration for...
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Program Requirements for the Faculty of Science The Faculty of Science offers a vast array of study and research opportunities at the undergraduate level, and it is very important that you familiarize yourself with all the alternatives open to you before deciding on a...
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Liberal, Major, and Honours Programs As a Science student, if you need 96 or fewer credits to complete your degree requirements, you are required to select your courses in each term with a view to timely completion of your degree and program requirements....
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Minor and Minor Concentration Programs for the Faculty of Science In addition to the liberal, major, and honours degree programs, as a student in the Faculty of Science, you may select a minor or approved minor concentration program. These are coherent...

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