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- Specific Faculty Information-

01 Faculty of Arts

The Arts Faculty at McGill provides

students with an opportunity to
explore the rich diversity of human
endeavour and creative expression.
The first year students entering U0
are required to finish the Freshman
Program, which allows students to
explore the various courses and
build a solid foundation for the
degree program.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A) program is
composed of 120 credits.

01 Faculty of Arts
Students claim their major
concentration on the second year
(U1). Students can design their
degree with various combinations of
major and minor concentrations, or
with honours program.
one major (36 credits) and at least
minor (18 credits)
major concentration is replaceable with
an honours program (60 credits)

two majors (+ optional minor)

Available Majors:
Anthropology Art History African Studies Canadian Studies Computer Science East Asian
Studies Economics English French Literature Geography German Studies Hispanic Studies
History Industrial Relations International Development Studies Linguistics Jewish Studies
Middle East Studies North American Studies Philosophy Political Science Psychology
Sociology Quebec Studies Womens Studies

02 Faculty of Science
The Faculty of Science at McGill University bridges areas from cognitive
science investigating how the brain works, to the galactic cosmology of
multidimensional brane worlds, and all points in between.

McGills Science Faculty is largely divided into two streams: Life (Biological,
Biomedical) Science and Physical (Earth, Math & Computer) Science (and
new third stream, Liberal Science). These streams require different
prerequisites at admission.
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) is composed of 120 credits.

02 Faculty of Science
All first year students entering U0 are
required to complete the freshman
program, and they can declare their
major on the second year. All
students are required to study at least
one major or honours program (with
an optional choice of minor, or joint
major/honours program).
Available Major:
Life Science: Anatomy & Cell
Biology Biochemistry Biology Microbiol
ogy And
Immunology Neuroscience Pharmacology
& Therapeutics Physiology Psychology
Physical Science: Atmospheric
Sciences Atmospheric
Chemistry Chemistry Computer
Earth & Planetary Sciences Earth System
Science Environment Geography
Mathematics & Statistics Physics
Software Engineering

Faculty of Agricultural and

03 Environmental Sciences

Located on McGill University's MacDonald Campus, the Faculty of Agricultural

and Environmental Sciences emphasizes the thrill of scientific investigation
through hands-on work, and it's a place where you'll gain the expertise you
need to help feed the planet and protect the environment.
Available Programs:
- Bachelor of Science in Agricultural & Environmental Sciences
- Bachelor of Engineering in Bioresource Engineering (B.Eng ((Bioresource))
- Bachelor of Science in Food Science (B.Sc (F.Sc))
- Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences (B.Sc. (Nutr.Sc.))

04 Ingram School of Nursing

The Ingram School of Nursing has been a pioneer in nursing education,
research and practice. It is recognized internationally for the
excellence and rigour of its academic programs and for the impressive
contributions made to the development of the nursing profession and
the delivery of health care.
As the basic preparation for a
nursing career, our Bachelor of
Science (Nursing) program offers
innovative courses that develop
fundamental nursing expertise
and skills and opens the door to a
variety of exciting career
opportunities (139 credits)

05 Bachelor of Arts & Science

The BA & Sc degree, jointly offered through the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of
Science, is designed for students who have clearly-defined interests in both Arts
and Science. While the degree provides a broad education that includes in-depth
study of disciplines in both faculties.
We provide three types of programs (120 credits)

The Multi-Track programs combine a Major Concentration in an Arts discipline with a

Major Concentration in a Science discipline.

The Interfaculty programs are interdisciplinary in nature. There are currently 3 such
programs: Environment, Cognitive Science, and Sustainability, Science and Society.

The Joint Honours programs are similar to the multi-track programs except that students
complete two Honours components, one in Arts and one in Science. The only Science
Joint Honours Components are in Mathematics and Psychology, but there are many Arts
Joint Honours Components to choose from.

06 Faculty of Engineering
Our programs qualify you for immediate employment in a wide range of
industries, and our extensive internship and co-op programs offer invaluable
professional experience before you graduate.
Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Bachelor of Software Engineering are
also available from this faculty.
First year students (U0) can enter into the Facultys General Management
program in their first year, or choose and start directly with their major
program (which can start in their second year).
Available major programs (138-148 credits)

Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Co-op Mining engineering
Co-op Materials Engineering

07 Desautels Faculty of Management

McGill's Desautels Faculty of

Management is among the most
international of today's leading
business schools, drawing students
and faculty members from every
continent and broadening its scope
to cover a range of global issues.
Our students also have great
internship opportunities and the
chance to participate in exchange
programs with business schools in
Europe, Asia, the U.S. and South

07 Desautels Faculty of Management

The degree offered by the Faculty is Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com),
which is is composed of 120 credits. It is the most flexible in Canada and
the most international in focus. Students complete a broadly-based core of
required courses, and choose from General Management, Majors and
Honours, or Major in International Management.
Available Major/Honours Program:
Accounting Economics (for Management
Students) Finance Information Systems International
management Labour-Management Relation Managing for
Sustainability Marketing Mathematics (for Management
Students) Organizational Behavior Statistics (for Management
Students) Strategic Management

08 Faculty of Education
The Faculty offers a variety of programs for both the kindergarten-elementary and the
secondary levels, as well as three specialist programs in second language, music and
physical and health education that prepare students to teach at both the elementary and
secondary level. Student teaching field experiences are at the heart of all our teacher
education programs.
The following BEd degree programs lead to teacher certification (150 credits)
B.Ed. Kindergarten & Elementary
B.Ed. Secondary: (English, Mathematics, Science & Technology or Social Sciences)
B.Ed. Physical and Health Education
B.Ed. Teaching English as a Second Language

09 Schulich School of Music

Renowned as Canada's largest music school,
Schulich School of Music offers world-class
research and production facilities - with 5
recording studios, 2 concert halls, recital halls,
computer and digital composition labs, and a
state-of-the-art music library at your disposal.

The B.Mus. curriculum includes individual lessons, ensemble participation,

and course work in music history, theory and analysis, and musicianship.
Students are also able to complete courses in the Faculties of Arts and
Available Major Streams:

Composition General Music (Faculty Program) Music History

Music Theory Performance (Keyboard [Piano, Organ, Harpsichord],
Voice, Orchestral Instruments, Early Music, Jazz, Classical Guitar)