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Fee Policies Related to Registration Refer to University Regulations & Resources > Graduate > Fees; particular attention should be paid to Fees and Withdrawal from the University. Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2021-...
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Summer Registration Detailed summer registration information will be available in the middle of March in individual departments and at mcgill.ca/gps/students/registration/dates. Course Registration Students taking summer courses register on Minerva...
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Courses Taken in the School of Continuing Studies In the Fall and Winter terms, students may add credit courses (500 level or higher) offered through the School of Continuing Studies (SCS) directly on Minerva. Please see mcgill.ca/importantdates for...
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Courses Taken as Extra to a Program Courses that you choose to take outside your program may be classified as "extra" provided that you choose this option at the time of registration. The course will be designated as "extra" ("RX" at the time of...
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Registration for Two Degree Programs Concurrently No student may register in two degree programs or in two departments or faculties or two institutions concurrently without special permission granted by the Graduate Admissions Committee (composed of the...
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Late Registration If you fail to register during the normal registration period, you can register within the period designated by the University for late registration with the payment of a late registration fee. For late registration fees, see Late...
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Course Change Period You may make changes to your course registrations (add or drop courses), subject to the requirements and restrictions of your program and individual courses from the opening date of registration until the end of the Course Change period. The...
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Course Withdrawal After the course change deadline in the Fall and Winter terms, there is a period of a few days during which you may withdraw, with a grade of W, and receive a full refund of course fees. After the Withdrawal (with refund) deadline, there...
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Withdrawal from a Degree Program You are withdrawn from the program if you have failed two courses for your program, or you failed the comprehensive examination. You may be withdrawn from the program if your progress is not satisfactory. Please see Failure...
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Course Information and Regulations The University reserves the right to make changes without prior notice to the information contained in this publication, including the revision or cancellation of particular courses or programs. At the time this publication was...
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Course Information and Regulations: Class Schedule Class Schedule for the upcoming Fall and Winter terms normally becomes available in March prior to the opening of advising. The Summer term schedule is normally published in early February. Class Schedule...
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Course Numbering Each McGill course is assigned a unique seven-character course “number”. The first four characters (subject code) refer to the unit offering the course. These codes were implemented in September 2002, replacing the three-number teaching unit codes...
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Multi-term Courses Most courses at McGill are single term (Fall or Winter or Summer) courses with final grades issued and any credits earned recorded at the end of that term. Single term courses are identified by a seven-character course number. A unit may, however,...
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Course Terminology Prerequisite: Course A is prerequisite to course B if a satisfactory pass in course A is required for admission to course B. Corequisite: Course A is corequisite to course B if course A must be taken concurrently with (or may have been taken prior...
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Auditing of Courses McGill does not permit auditing of courses. Note for Continuing Studies: You can register for a Continuing Studies course and opt to have it "non-evaluated". Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2021-2022 (last updated...
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University Withdrawal If you are considering withdrawing from the University, you are strongly encouraged to consult with your adviser and your Student Affairs Office (mcgill.ca/students/advising/advisordirectory) before making a final decision...
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Deadlines for University Withdrawal If you decide not to attend the term(s) you are registered in, you must officially withdraw from the University within the deadlines indicated. See Withdrawal (W) deadline dates at mcgill.ca/importantdates. If you drop...
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Consequences of University Withdrawal Any applicable fee refunds for the term of withdrawal will be according to Fees and Withdrawal from the University. Once you withdraw, you must return your ID card to the University as stated in Identification (ID)...
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Summer Studies for Graduate Students Detailed information about summer registration is available as of March at mcgill.ca/gps/students/registration/dates. The Class Schedule, available at mcgill.ca/students/courses, should be consulted for a complete...
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Program Requirements for Graduate Degrees Master's Degrees Master's Degrees Residency Requirements – Master's Degrees Refers to the period of time, measured in terms or years, necessary for the completion of the program. You are not permitted to...

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