We will assess your academic record to determine which qualifying courses are best for you.
Block 1 - French
During your first semester, you will be asked to take the Test de français Laval-Montréal.
- If you score 60% or higher, you do not have to take any French courses.
- If you score below 60%, you will need to take FRN-1900 Grammaire et rédaction (3 credits out of program).
If you did not complete your primary or secondary education in French, you will have to take the Test de connaissance du français tout public (TCF-TP). Depending on your score, you may need to take some French second language courses (maximum of 3 credits) as part of your qualifying courses.
Block 2 - General education
- GPL-0901 Insertion universitaire en milieu francophone nord-américain (3 credits)
- PHI-0100 Développement de la pensée critique (3 credits)
- HST-0101 Dissertation historique (3 credits)
- LIT-0100 Panorama des littératures française et québécoise (3 credits)
Block 3 - Complementary courses
- GPL-0150 Découvrir le Québec: un nouveau milieu de vie (3 credits)
- STT-0150 Statistique (3 credits), see note
- ECN-0100 Économie dans un contexte nord-américain (3 credits)
- MET-0100 Initiation à la méthodologie de recherche en sciences humaines (3 credits)
- SOC-0100 Introduction à la sociologie (3 credits)
- POL-0100 Concepts de base en science politique (3 credits)
- PSY-0100 Introduction à la psychologie (3 credits)
After reaching an agreement with your program direction, you can choose which program courses you would like to take, up to a maximum of 6 credits (including a 3-credit language course).
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