Students currently studying at a University outside of Quebec in an Engineering or Computer Science Program and who would like to take courses at Concordia University must get prior approval from the Student Academic Services Office of the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science.
To evaluate your request, please send us the following information:
When selecting your courses please consult our class schedule to see the course offering that are available by term: http://fcms.concordia.ca/fcms/asc002_stud_all.aspx. You can view our course descriptions here: http://registrar.concordia.ca/calendar/calendar2.html.
Please note that space in engineering courses is limited and priority for enrollment will be given to Concordia students. The Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science will not allow visiting students to register in any engineering courses without written permission from the student's home university.
Please note that the following courses are NOT open to visiting students:
BLDG 490, and CIVI 490;
COMP 490, COMP 492, COMP 495, and SOEN 490;
ELEC 430, ELEC 431, ELEC 432, ELEC 434, ELEC 435, ELEC 438, ELEC 490, and COEN 490;
ENGR 107, ENGR 108, ENGR 207, ENGR 208, ENGR 307, and ENGR 308;
INDU 490, MECH 490A, MECH 490B, and MECH 490C
Also note that undergraduate visiting students are not eligible to take graduate level courses.
Visiting students wishing to take courses offered in faculties or departments other than Engineering and Computer Science should contact the faculty or department offering the course directly.
Approval as to whether or not the courses can be taken will depend on receipt of the above items and whether or not there is sufficient space in the courses in question. Priority is to Concordia Students requiring the courses for their current program of study. For this reason it is important that all requests be submitted at least 4-6 weeks prior to the beginning of term.
Please note that submission of a Visiting Student form directly to the Office of the Registrar without prior Faculty approval does not guarantee that you will be allowed to take courses in the Faculty.
Dalia Radwan, Advisor Student Academic Services
Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science
1455 De Maisonneuve West, EV-2-119
H3G 1M8 Canada