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Regulations Governing Arts and Science Courses in the Commerce Program
Regulations Governing Arts and Science Courses in the Commerce Program
  1. In first year of the program (September-April), students normally take at least 6.0 units from the Faculty of Arts and Science. In second year, students must take one and a half full Arts and Science courses (or three half-courses) for a total of 9.0 units.                                                                                                                      Students may take additional Arts and Science courses in the second year of the program if they are registered in a dual degree program or under exceptional circumstances.
  2. In each of third and fourth year, students must take a minimum of 6.0 Arts and Science units and may take a maximum of 12.0 units.  In total, students may take a maximum of 39.0 total Arts and Science units towards their Bachelor of Commerce degree (not including ECON 110 - 6.0 units). Students must take a minimum of 27.0 Arts and Science units (not including ECON 110 - 6.0 units). Special regulations regarding economics, and mathematics and statistics courses are above.
  3. Course descriptions for all Arts and Science courses may be obtained from the Faculty of Arts and Science Calendar http://www.queensu.ca/artsci/academic-calendar


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