Freshman Course Selection

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Below you will find links to the complete list of required Freshman courses for the various Macdonald Campus undergraduate degrees; note that for most students, this is the standard full-time set of courses in freshman year. It is certainly not advisable to take any additional courses beyond what appears in this list, as these courses already constitute a full load.

AP credits, transfer credits and such, are dependent upon the receipt of the appropriate documentation; such credits are normally determined by the beginning of the fall semester, and are reflected in your Minerva record. Until such time, you should register for the standard set of courses listed below. In any case, time blocks are set aside during Orientation week when you may speak with your with your freshmanadvisor [dot] macdonald [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Freshman Program Advisor) before finalizing your course choices.)

B.Sc. (Agricultural and Environmental Sciences):

All Majors EXCEPT Agricultural Economics

For a complete list of courses:

Bachelor of Science (Agricultural and Environmental Sciences) (B.Sc.(Ag.Env.Sc.)) - Freshman Program (30 Credits)

 

B.Sc. (Agricultural and Environmental Sciences):

Agricultural Economics Major ONLY

For details:

Bachelor of Science (Agricultural and Environmental Sciences) (B.Sc.(Ag.Env.Sc.)) - Freshman Program (30 Credits)

 

B.Sc. (Nutritional Sciences) and
Concurrent Degrees: B.Sc.(Food Science)/B.Sc.(Nutritional Sciences)

BSc (Nutritional Sciences): for a complete list of courses:

Bachelor of Science (Nutritional Sciences) (B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.)) - Freshman Program (30 Credits)

NOTE for those planning to continue in the BSc(NutrSc) Dietetics Major: Students entering from the Freshman Program should be aware that a CGPA of 3.00 or higher is mandatory to progress into U1 Dietetics.

BSc (Food Science)/BSc(Nutritional Sciences): for a complete list of courses:
Concurrent Bachelor of Science Food Science (B.Sc. (F.Sc.)) and Bachelor of Science Nutritional Sciences (B.Sc. (Nutr.Sc.)) - Freshman Program (Concurrent) (30 Credits)
 

B.Sc. (Food Science)

For a complete list of courses:
Bachelor of Science (Food Science) (B.Sc.(F.Sc.)) - Freshman Program (30 Credits)
 

B.Eng. (Bioresource)

For a complete list of courses:
Bachelor of Engineering (Bioresource) (B.Eng.(Bioresource)) - Freshman Program (30 Credits)