Following completion of the evaluation, students will be advised of the courses that are outstanding for their program and may be required to meet with their Undergraduate Program Director.
All other students requiring assistance should contact Student Academic Services for an appointment with an advisor: by telephone at (514) 848-2424 EXT 3055 -or- come see us at 1515 St. Catherine West (EV Building) EV002.125.
Passing courses required to fulfill curriculum requirements is not sufficient to graduate as there is also an academic performance requirement (Grade Point Average) in most degree and certificate programs.
Students must satisfy all program requirements and be in acceptable standing. The standing of potential graduates who have attempted less than 12 credits since their last assessment are determined on the basis that these credits constitute an extension of the last assessment period. Students who fail to meet acceptable standing but meet conditional standing will have the following options:
In their final year, students with high standing may apply for permission through the Dean's Office to register for a limited number of graduate courses offered by the Faculty in lieu of some courses in the undergraduate program. In order to take graduate level courses, students must recieve approval from their undergraduate program director.