Dr Daniel Kolakofsky, Dept of Microbiology and Molecular Medicine, University of Geneva School of Medicine. Chair: Dr Vidal
Public lecture: Dr. Elizabeth Cannon, Dean, Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary. Sponsored by Women in Scholarship Committee, Royal Society of Canada. Reception to follow.
Deadline to apply to graduate on Minerva for all Undergraduate students and Graduate students in all non-thesis programs...
(certificates, diplomas, master's non-thesis) who expect to complete their program requirements at the end of the Winter 2007 term (Spring 2007 convocation).
Summer Term registration opens for Undergraduate students entering U3/ U4 year; Continuing Education returning students; and Graduate students...
Undergraduate students should refer to the summer course calendar for all Management course priority registration dates. Graduate students should confirm dates with individual departments.
Summer Term registration opens for all Undergraduate students and Continuing Education newly admitted and special students...
Undergraduate students should refer to the summer course calendar for all Management course priority registration dates.
Summer Undergraduate Management courses open to all McGill students and Special and Visiting students
(certificates, diplomas, master's non-thesis) who expect to complete their program requirements at the end of the Summer 2007 term (Fall 2007 convocation) to apply to graduate on Minerva.
Registration for Fall 2007 and Winter 2008 using Minerva begins for all students entering the graduating (U3/ U4) year of their program...
(excluding Law and courses offered by the Desautels Faculty of Management, except as noted below), and all students in Graduate degree programs, except for Continuing Education.
Registration for Fall 2007 and Winter 2008 in Management courses begins for undergraduate students entering their graduating (U3/ U4) year:
B.Com.; Minors in Management, Technological Entrepreneurship, Minor in Marketing, Construction Engineering and Management; B.A. Joint Honours Economics and Finance; B.A. Faculty Program or Major in Industrial Relations; B.A. Major Concentration in Contemporary German Studies; Major in Agricultural Economics and B.Ed. in Kinesiology.