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McGill Scholarships and Awards For students who hold renewable scholarships and awards, these may be retained for up to one year while on exchange, however will not be eligible for McGill's yearly in-course scholarships and awards. For further information,...
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McGill’s Mobility Bursaries for Exchanges The University recognises that the additional costs of going on an official McGill University exchange may be difficult for some students to assume on their own. Thanks to the Quebec government’s Programme de mobilité...
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McGill’s Enriched Educational Opportunities (EEO) Bursaries The EEO Bursary Program is administered by the Scholarships & Student Aid Office, to help defray costs or forgone earnings for students who wish to participate in Field Semesters, Field Courses, as...
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Further Information about Global Learning Opportunities offered to McGill students For more details regarding the global learning opportunities offered to McGill students as well as application procedures, deadlines, eligibility criteria, etc,. visit McGill Abroad'...
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In September 2005, the Faculties of Arts and of Science introduced the Bachelor of Arts and Science degree. The Bachelor of Arts and Science (B.A. & Sc.) is a special and unique degree that is jointly offered by McGill’s two largest faculties: the Faculty of Arts and...
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About the Bachelor of Arts and Science (Undergraduate) In September 2005, the Faculties of Arts and of Science introduced the Bachelor of Arts and Science degree. The Bachelor of Arts and Science (B.A. & Sc.) is a special and unique degree that is jointly offered...
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Administrative Officers for Bachelor of Arts and Science For a listing of administrative officers in the Faculty of Arts, refer to Faculty of Arts > Undergraduate > About Arts (Undergraduate) > Administrative Officers and for those in the Faculty of...
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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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Degree Admission Requirements for Bachelor of Arts and Science For information about admission requirements to the B.A. & Sc., refer to the Undergraduate Admissions Guide, found at mcgill.ca/applying. For information about interfaculty or inter-...
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Degree Requirements for Bachelor of Arts and Science Each student pursuing a B.A. & Sc. must be aware of the regulations as stated in this section of this publication, on the McGill website, and on the Science Office for Undergraduate Student Advising...
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Minimum Credit Requirement for Bachelor of Arts and Science You must complete the minimum credit requirement for the degree as specified in your letter of admission. Students are normally admitted to a four-year degree requiring the completion of...
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Residency Requirement for Bachelor of Arts and Science Degree To obtain a B.A. & Sc., you must satisfy the following residency requirements: a minimum of 60 credits of courses used to satisfy the B.A. & Sc. requirements must be taken and passed at...
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Time and Credit Limit for Completion of the Degree for Bachelor of Arts and 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...
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Departmental Programs for Bachelor of Arts and Science Degree If you are pursuing a B.A. & Sc., other than those registered in the Freshman program, you are required to have an approved program (multi-track, joint honours, interfaculty, honours), and...
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Course Requirements All required and complementary courses used to fulfil program requirements, including the Freshman program, must be completed with a grade of C or better. If you fail to obtain a satisfactory grade in a required course, you must...
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Course Overlap Policy You will not receive additional credit towards your degree for any course that overlaps in content with a course for which you have already received credit at McGill, CEGEP, at another university, or Advanced Placement exams, Advanced...
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Courses Outside the Faculties of Arts and of Science The following regulations apply to students in the B.A. & Sc. who want to take courses outside the Faculties of Arts and of Science: Regardless of your minimum credit requirement toward your...
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Distance Education Courses A maximum of 6 credits of courses taught through distance education may be used as electives toward the B.A. & Sc. degree at McGill. Courses taught through distance education from institutions other than...
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Courses in English as a Second Language (ESL) ESL courses are only open to students whose primary language is not English and who have studied for fewer than five years in English-language secondary institutions. As a student in the B.A. & Sc., you...
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Registration for First-Year Seminars Registration for First-Year Seminars is limited to students in their first year of study at McGill, i.e., newly admitted students in U0 or U1. These courses are designed to provide a closer interaction with professors and...

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