B.A. & Sc. Freshman Program

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B.A. & Sc. Freshman Program

Students who need to complete 97-120 credits to fulfil their degree requirements are admitted to the Freshman Program. Students with specific career goals should consult an academic adviser about their choice of program within the B.A. & Sc. However, students intending to pursue further studies following the B.A. & Sc. should refer to the admissions requirements of particular programs for the appropriate prerequisite courses.

In particular, students should note the following:

  • The minimum freshman science requirements in the B.A. & Sc. may not satisfy the introductory science requirements of all medical/dental schools;
  • The Major Concentration in Psychology may not provide a sufficiently focused background for admission to many graduate programs in Psychology;
  • The Major Concentration in Chemistry is not certified by the Ordre des Chimistes du Québec. Students interested in pursuing a career in Chemistry in Quebec are advised to take an appropriate B.Sc. program in Chemistry.

For further details, refer to information about the B.A. & Sc. Freshman Program at www.mcgill.ca/science/student/newstudents.

Programs, Courses and University Regulations—2016-2017 (last updated Feb. 23, 2016) (disclaimer)

Bachelor of Arts and Science (B.A. & Sc.) - Freshman Program (30 credits)

Students who need to complete 97-120 credits to fulfil their degree requirements are admitted to the Freshman Program. Students with specific career goals should consult an academic adviser about their choice of program within the B.A. & Sc. However, students intending to pursue further studies following the B.A. & Sc. should refer to the admissions requirements of...

For more information, see Freshman Program (30 credits).

Bachelor of Arts & Science—2016-2017 (last updated Feb. 23, 2016) (disclaimer)