What are context credits?
All students must include one credit (or two half-credits) from each of the list of Humanities, Social Sciences and Sciences courses to fulfil degree requirements. In some cases, a context credit may be part of the major program’s requirements.
Students in four-year professional programs must fulfil context requirements by the end of the third year of the program. All other students must have completed all three of the required context courses within the first 10 credits.
* In cases where subjects are listed under two categories, only one of the requirements may be satisfied by that course (e.g., GEOG 1F90 is taken to fulfil the requirement for the Social Sciences option, GEOG 1F91 may not be taken to fulfil the sciences requirement).
* History majors may not use a history credit to satisfy the social science context requirement.
For a complete list of context credits please click here.
Last update: 2008-06-18 16:05