Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Informations essentielles

Conformément à la plus récente directive du gouvernement du Québec, l’Université demeurera fermée au moins jusqu’au 1er mai. Toutes les bibliothèques et les installations sportives seront fermées durant cette période. Toutes les activités de l’Université McGill nécessitant une présence en personne, sur le campus ou ailleurs, sont annulées. Tous les cours pouvant être offerts en ligne seront disponibles à compter du 30 mars. Les étudiants ne seront pas tenus d’être présents sur le campus d’ici la fin de la session d’hiver 2020; en d’autres termes, il n’y aura pas de cours en classe ni d’examens en personne. Visitez le site web Le point sur le coronavirus pour en savoir plus.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Essential information

In accordance with the Quebec government’s latest directive, the University will remain closed until at least May 1. All libraries and athletic facilities are closed during this period. All McGill in-person events, on or off campus, are cancelled. All courses that can be taught using remote instruction will be available starting March 30. There will be no in-person classes and no in-person sit-down examinations for the Winter 2020 term. Students will not be required to be physically on campus for the rest of the term. Visit the Coronavirus update website八戒网站免费观看视频 for more information.


Welcome to McGill's eCalendar 2020–2021

This eCalendar lists programs, courses, and other important information for the 2020–2021 academic year. PDF compilations of eCalendar content appear on the right-hand side where available, though PDF content is static and may not reflect the most recent program and course changes. The various sections (Undergraduate, Continuing Studies, Health Sciences, Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies, and Summer Studies八戒网站免费观看视频) are published here throughout the year.

Tools & Tips

Browse by “Faculties & Schools”

  • Use the page for a site overview, and to browse academic units within each school or faculty.
  • See specific information (admissions, academic requirements, regulations, and more) for units within a faculty, and browse programs associated with that faculty.
  • Use the breadcrumbs under the banner to navigate—you can see in which section of the eCalendar you are.

Find a program

  • Select from the top menu, or
  • Use the top search bar to search the entire site, or a specific faculty, with sortable results displayed in tabbed categories. Using "quotes" gives more specific results.
  • Fine-tune your search results by filtering on:
    • Faculty
    • Level
    • Academic unit
    • Degree

Find a course

  • Select from the top menu, or
  • Use the top search bar to search the entire site or a specific faculty, and sort results by Title or Relevance.
  • Looking for a specific course? Use quotes (e.g., “MUAR 211”).
  • For each course, the “Related Programs” block lists programs in which the course appears.
  • Fine-tune your search results by filtering on:
    • Faculty
    • Level
    • Department
    • Subject
    • Course level
    • Term
    • Instructor

Browse the faculties & schools page for an overview of academic units within each faculty or school, and jump straight to the information you're looking for.

Search by all courses, all programs, the entire eCalendar, or within a specific faculty, or visit Minerva Class Schedule for complete class scheduling info.

Regulations & Resources contains general university information and policies for students such as grading & GPA, admissions, and application procedures.

Also available through the official McGill AppUs

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Acknowledging Traditional Territory

L’Université McGill est sur un emplacement qui a longtemps servi de lieu de rencontre et d’échange entre les peuples autochtones, y compris les nations Haudenosaunee et Anishinabeg. McGill honore, reconnaît et respecte ces nations à titre d’intendant traditionnel des terres et de l’eau sur lesquelles nous nous réunissions aujourd’hui.

McGill University is located on land which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. McGill honours, recognises and respects these nations as the traditional stewards of the lands and waters on which we meet today.


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