University Regulations

G. RESIDENCE REQUIREMENTS FOR FIRST DEGREE

1. Candidates for their first Bachelor's degree shall have completed, as full-time and/or part-time students, a minimum of twenty-four credit hours through attendance at classes on the campus of a recognized university or university college.

NOTE: Notwithstanding Clause 1, Distance Education courses may be used to fulfil the Residence Requirements of the non-co-operative degrees of Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Commerce (Honours), Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours), Bachelor of Nursing (Post-RN), Bachelor of Maritime Studies and Bachelor of Technology.

2.a) Candidates shall complete at this University the last thirty credit hours required for the degree as full-time and/or part-time students.

b) Courses taken at universities/colleges which are included in formal institutional exchange agreements with this University are not subject to the requirements of Clause 2.a) above.

c) Courses taken at Francophone universities, as required under the Regulations for the French Immersion Option of the Degree of Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary), are not subject to the requirements of Clause 2.a) above and Clause 2.d) below.

d) Notwithstanding the requirement in Clause 2 above, where special circumstances warrant, and only if at least half the courses required for the degree are completed at this University, the appropriate Committee on Undergraduate Studies may permit candidates to complete not more than fifteen of the last thirty credit hours or equivalent required for the degree at another University, provided the courses which comprise those credit hours are approved by the appropriate Department.

3. Students who have taken courses in the subject of their Major at another University are required to complete at least twelve credit hours in that subject at this University.


Last modified on May 10, 2001 by MaryJane Puxley

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