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Bachelor of Arts Degree Requirements

11. i) For graduation with a bachelor of arts degree students must have 90 credits and must have obtained the requisite cumulative average in the major and overall. Bachelor of arts degree students are eligible to enrol in a year according to the number of credits they have obtained (see below):



Year 1

Fewer than 24 credits

Year 2

Fewer than 54 credits

Year 3

At least 54 credits

ii) Students enrolled in a bachelor of arts degree program must maintain a cumulative average as follows:


Cumulative major average

Cumulative overall average










iii) A major in the bachelor program shall consist of 30 or more credits in the discipline chosen. (For specific requirements in each discipline, candidates should consult the schedule of courses offered in that discipline.)

iv) Authorization of advising documents: All second- and third-year candidates shall arrange their advising documents before the registration period with the department in which they intend to take their major subject.

v) Transfer from the bachelor to the Honours program: Students in the third year of a bachelor of arts degree program who have achieved Honours standing will be permitted to transfer to the Honours program. Students who have graduated in the bachelor of arts degree program may apply for admission to fourth year of an Honours program and, if re-admitted will be eligible to have their degree reclassified with Honours if their cumulative overall and major averages meet the fourth-year requirements.

vi) Students who fail to meet graduation requirements for the bachelor of arts degree or Honours degree may take up to 12 additional credits above the 2000 level, selected with the approval of the major department, for the purpose of raising their cumulative grade point average to the level required for graduation.

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