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Undergraduate Calendar overview
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Multi-term (A/B) courses
Multi-term courses, or A/B courses, are courses that usually span from September to AprilLearn more about Multi-term (A/B) coursesDetails on multi-term courses
Student Choice Initiative
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Level II program selection
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Transfer and exchange students
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Electives and minors
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Listener/auditor non-credit enrolment
Interested in taking university courses at McMaster, but not for credit?Learn more about Listener/auditor non-credit enrolmentBecome a listener/auditor
Personal Interest Course (PIC)
The Personal Interest Course (PIC) option is designed to encourage students to explore interests outside of their program without affecting their cumulative GPALearn more about Personal Interest Course (PIC)Learn more about PIC
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