Graduation Requirements: After Three Years of an Honours Degree Program
For students admitted prior to September 1, 2007 without a lapse in registration of 18 months or more:
A student eligible to enter Year 4 of an
honours program, and not on probation, may elect to receive a general
degree with the subject area of their honours program for which there is an existing general-level major, provided:
- All the courses normally constituting the first three years of
the honours program must be completed.
- At least 75 percent of the total
number of courses required for the degree must be successfully
completed (normally 15.0 credits).
- The GPAs specified for continuation
in the honours program must also be achieved.
This policy does not apply to the
Honours Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program, the Honours
Bachelor of Music (BMus) program or any honours BA or BSc degree
program for which there is no existing general-level major.
Effective September 2005, students in honours BA and BSc programs for which there is no existing general-level major be allowed to graduate with a general degree without a major, if they meet the following requirements:
- having met the progression requirements for their program, they are eligible to enter Year 4 of their honours program
- all the courses normally constituting the first three years of their honours program are successfully completed
- a minimum of 15.0 credits are successfully completed.