1 WELCOME TO THE McGILL MBA PROGRAM June 26, 2006 Dear New Part-time MBA Student: Welcome to the McGill Desautels Faculty of Management MBA Program. This registration package explains the registration procedure and also provides information on some program policies. You will find enclosed: General Information Concerning Registration... 1 What is Minerva?... 1 Student Number and PIN... 1 Important Key Dates... 1 Registration Reminders - New Students... 2 How to Register using Minerva... 2 Features of Minerva... 2 Registration: Student's Responsibility... 2 Registration Procedures... 4 Registration Confirmation Courses (REGN RCGR)... 4 MBA 1 Courses... 5 List of Prerequisites... 6 Exemption and/or Credit Applications... 7 Credits... 7 Withdrawal from program... 7 Important information concerning fees... 7 Copyright Fees... 8 Address... 8 Final Examinations... 8 Deferred Exams... 9 Final Grades... 9 General Informatoin I.D. Cards McGill Bookstore MBA Program Website Address & Uniform Address (UEA) New Student Policy All MBA Students" List serve MBA Computing Facilities Purchase of a Laptop Computer Information Systems and Technology Customer Services at McGill University Masters Programs Office i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc
2 APPENDICES: PHOTOS OF MASTERS PROGRAMS ADMINISTRATION CALENDAR OF DATES MBA 1 CLASS SCHEDULE MBA 1 ENCLOSED: TIME-SENSITIVE INFORMATION FOR MGCR-629 WHICH STARTS AUG. 29 TH. ORIENTATION SESSION FOR PART-TIME STUDENTS INVITATION PAGE ORIENTATION WEEK LETTER & REGISTRATION FORM FROM MBA STUDENT COUNCIL 2 ND ANNUAL MBA STUDENT ASSOCIATION GOLF INVITATIONAL FLYER MCGILL MBA PARTNERS CLUB PAMPHLET If you have any questions regarding your courses, please contact Grace Pawelec at i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc
3 GENERAL INFORMATION CONCERNING REGISTRATION WHAT IS MINERVA? McGill has been using the on-line bilingual registration and information system called Minerva since May As a newly admitted student you are already somewhat familiar with this system as you used it to apply into the MBA program. Before you are able to register, you must be sure to have confirmed your intention to come to McGill via Minerva. NEW students will have access to Minerva for registration commencing Wednesday, August 2 nd to Tuesday, September 5 th. You must register during this period to avoid the LATE REGISTRATION PENALTY OF $ Please check the Calendar of Dates carefully in the Appendices of this booklet. STUDENT NUMBER AND PERSONAL INFORMATION NUMBER (PIN) In order to access Minerva, you require a McGill student number and a Personal Identification Number (PIN). Students who have completed their undergraduate degree at McGill will keep their same 7-digit student number, with 11 in front to make it 9 digits. If you are attending McGill for the first time, your 9- digit student number will have been mailed to you by the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Office (GPSO) following your initial application. Should you have forgotten your PIN number or it had it disabled for any reason, please call the Minerva Helpline at to have it reset. IMPORTANT KEY DATES Aug. 2 Sept. 5 Aug. 31, Thurs. Registration period for all NEW MBA students via MINERVA. Deadline for cancellation of registration for the Fall Term (& Winter term, if applicable) via Minerva (Deposit, if applicable is nonrefundable for NEW students). Aug , Mon-Fri MBA Orientation Week BRONF: 151 Aug. 21, Mon. 6:00 p.m. Aug. 29, 30, & 31 st Tues., Wed. & Thurs. 09:00 17:00 Sept. 5, Tues. Desautels Faculty of Management Orientation for NEW PART-TIME students MGCR-629 Global Leadership: Redefining Success - an MBA 1 core course offered in special 3-day seminar format. Preparation required. Please check Professor Nancy J. Adler s enclosed syllabus for full details or contact course coordinator at: Deadline for NEW students to register without penalty. 1st Trimester lectures begin Change (add/drop) course period without penalties via Minerva. Sept. 6 Sept. 19 Sept. 4, Mon. Sept. 19, Tues. After Sept. 19 Late Registration via MINERVA with penalty fees: - $ Late fee - Full-time; - $ Late fee - Part-time students LABOUR DAY. Administrative Offices & Libraries closed. No Classes. Deadline for Course Change (drop/add) deadline for Fall Term, without penalty. Note: See details in Calendar of Dates. Students who have not registered, or had their registration cancelled, must come, in person, to the Masters Program Office (BRONF:300). All registration restrictions (if applicable) must be cleared by the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Office (GPSO) before registration will be permitted. A late registration fee will be charged as described in i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc 1
4 Sept above. REGISTRATION REMINDERS NEW STUDENTS 1) New students must sign, date and return the Authorization Acknowledgement and Consent form that was mailed to them in their Admissions packages, to the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Office (GPSO) (Admin. Bldg., room 400) as soon as possible. Additional forms will be available at the Graduate and Posdoctoral Studies Office for new students who have lost or misplaced their form. 2) New students must complete, sign, and return the Permanent Code Data Form, which was mailed to them in their Admissions packages, to the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Office (Admin. Bldg., room 400) with the appropriate documents attached. New students beginning in Fall 2006 have until mid-october to submit their Permanent Code Data Form along with the supporting documentation necessary to obtain or verify the Permanent Code. Failure to provide the necessary documents may result in the student being assessed at a higher fee rate, and/or the student s admission to, or registration in, the University to be rescinded. 3) All new students who are Canadian students or Permanent Residents and/or Quebec Residents must submit proof of this to the GPSO office, in order to confirm that they qualify for assessment of fees at the Canadian rate or at the Quebec rate. Students who do not provide this proof will be charged fees at the international rate. HOW TO REGISTER USING Minerva Minerva Helpline: (514) Features of MINERVA 1. Opens for registration for new students on August 2 nd at 8:00 a.m. 2. One-stop for registration and address change, fee assessment and record of grades (unofficial transcripts) 3. Order official transcripts 4. Up-to-date information on remaining space in course sections 5. Available 24 hours / 7 days, except for scheduled system maintenance periods as listed on the web at under System Hours. Minerva is user-friendly and easy to use if you carefully follow the instructions provided at each step. Should you wish to peruse the full details of the procedure to register, Step-by-step instructions on how to register online are posted on the Minerva website at the following page: REGISTRATION: STUDENT S RESPONSIBILITY While departments, faculty advisors and staff will provide advice and guidance, you, the student, has ultimate responsibility for: the completeness and correctness of your course selection and registration i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc 2
5 compliance with the completion of the program and degree requirements and observance of regulations and deadlines as outlined in the University Calendar. i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc 3
6 REGISTRATION PROCEDURES New students access MINERVA on the web at to register for the Fall 2006 (200609) and Winter 2007 (200701) sessions during the official registration dates: August 2 nd to September 5 th. Registration Confirmation Courses (REGN RCGR) Students are required to register for the REGN RCGR 0-credit registration confirmation course for each Fall and Winter semester. All MBA students must register for the Registration Confirmation Courses during the AUG. 2 nd SEPT. 5 th registration period: REGN RCGR (CRN: 2718) for the FALL session and REGN RCGR (CRN: 2662) for the WINTER session The easiest way to add these two numbers is by the Quick Add method. Failure to do this during this registration period will block you from accessing your sessions later in the year, incurring penalty fees. If you experience problems, please call the MINERVA Helpline at: (514) for technical assistance or Grace Pawelec in the Masters Programs Office at (514) , for questions relating to courses. i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc 4
7 MBA 1 Courses All the MBA 1 courses are mandatory, except where exemptions or credits have been granted. MBA 1 students may choose to take any MBA 1 core course (listed below) provided they have the prerequisite(s). Please be aware that MBA 1 core courses are offered by Module (or Trimester). When selecting courses please refer to the list of Prerequisites on the next page. Students will not be permitted to register in courses without the necessary prerequisites. Students should register for all 3 modules during the registration period : Aug. 2 nd to Sept. 5 th. The normal course load for part-time students who work during the day is two courses in each Module. You may select either day or evening sections. Aug. 29, 30, & 31, Tues, Wed. & Thurs. (9:00 to 5:00 p.m.) *MGCR-629 Global Leadership: Redefining Success See syllabus for full details. MODULE 1 September 5 November 17, 2006 (includes Exam week) Financial Accounting (MGCR-611) Managerial Economics (MGCR-613) Management Statistics (MGCR-614) **Managing People through Teamwork formerly HRM (MGCR-618) Integrative Core course (MGCR-628D1 & D2) MODULE 2 November 20, 2006 February 9, 2007 (includes Exam week) Organizational Behaviour (MGCR-612) Marketing (MGCR-616) Operations Management (MGCR-617) Elements of Modern Finance I (MGCR-641) Integrative Core course ( continues) MODULE 3 February 12 April 30, 2007 (includes Exam week) Information Systems (MGCR-620) Int l. Environment (MGCR-621) Organizational Strategy (MGCR-622) Management Accounting (MGCR-640) or Elements of Modern Finance 2 (MGCR-642 Integrative Core course ( concludes) The Integrative Core course (MGCR-628D1 & D2) runs throughout all three Modules. If you are unsure about what course(s) you may/must take, please call the MBA Program Office. *MGCR-629 Global Leadership: Redefining Success This core course is offered in a 3-day seminar-format only. It will run on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday August 29, 30, & 31, All students are encouraged to take the course at the beginning of their MBA program, including part-time students. Should you as a part-timer not be able to take it this year, you will need to create 3 full days in your schedule in August 2007 when it will be offered again. A pre-seminar letter to you from Professor Nancy J. Adler along with the course syllabus giving full details for the seminar is included in this package. Please read it now so you will be able to get the book, pre-class readings, and make other necessary preparations required of you during the summer in preparation for the first day of class on Aug. 29 th. Note that a number of the seminar preparations need to be taken care in early summer. **MGCR-618 Managing People Through Teamwork: Note the different format this course is offered. i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc 5
8 LIST OF PREREQUISITES Module 1 Prerequisite Global Leadership: Redefining Success (MGCR-629) - Financial Accounting (MGCR-611) - Managing People Thru Teamwork (MGCR-618) - Managerial Economics (MGCR-613) - Management Statistics (MGCR-614) - Integrative Core (MGCR-628D1 & D2) - Part-time students must have completed at least 2 courses from each module before taking this course. Module 2 Prerequisite Organizational Behaviour (MGCR-612) - Marketing (MGCR-616) - Operations Mgmnt (MGCR-617) - Mgmnt Statistics (MGCR-614) Elements of Modern Finance 1 (MGCR-641) - Financial Accounting (MGCR-611) Module 3 Prerequisite Information Systems (MGCR-620) - International Environment (MGCR-621) - Organizational Strategy (MGCR-622) - Organizational Beh (MGCR-612) Managerial Accounting (MGCR-640) - Financial Accounting (MGCR-611) or Elements of Modern Finance 2 (MGCR-642)* - Elements of Mod Fin I (MGCR-641) *Elements of Modern Finance 2 (MGCR-642) is mandatory for the Finance Concentration in Year 2. i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc 6
9 EXEMPTION AND/OR CREDIT APPLICATIONS Students may apply to the Masters Programs Office for exemption from MBA 1 courses. All exempted courses must be replaced by MBA 2 (2nd year) electives, ideally in the term for which the exemption was granted. MBA 2 courses are offered on a semester basis, September to December, and January to April so there will be some overlap with the trimester system. As a general guideline, students who hold a business (BBA, BCom) undergraduate degree with a major in a particular subject (e.g., marketing) will be granted an exemption for the corresponding core course (e.g., MGCR 616 Marketing). This is not an automatic exemption, students must apply. Students, including those from other undergraduate backgrounds, may also apply for any other exemptions, but please keep in mind that exemptions are granted on the basis of academic coursework (including the grade), and not work experience. Please also be prepared to provide a syllabus or course description (when possible) for the course(s) taken elsewhere. Note that if the undergraduate or other degree was completed more than 5-6 years ago, requests for exemptions are less likely to be granted. No exemptions will be given for the following courses: MGCR 618 Managing People Through Teamwork MGCR 628 Integrated Core MGCR 629 Global Leadership: Redefining Success Students seeking exemptions for courses offered in any module should complete an exemption form and bring it to the Masters Programs Office, to the attention of Grace Pawelec, by August 31st. Forms may be downloaded from: In some cases, students may also be asked to make an appointment with the professor of the course. Please allow 5 working days for processing of the exemption request. Students who have received an exemption for a course(s) for which they have already registered are responsible for removing the course from their records. This is done by going into Minerva and dropping the course. Failure to do so in a timely fashion may incur penalties. CREDITS Students who are transferring credits from another MBA program should contact the Masters Programs Office, prior to completing their registration. Students may obtain credit for no more than 15 credits. WITHDRAWAL FROM PROGRAM All students who have accessed MINERVA to register must drop all their courses via Minerva (see Important Key Dates) and withdraw officially from the University (i.e., fill out a Withdrawal Form available from the MBA program office) if they decide not to pursue the program for which they have registered (see Section 6.5 of the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies General Information, Regulations and Research Guidelines, " booklet). Otherwise they will be liable for all resulting tuition and other fees. IMPORTANT INFORMATION CONCERNING FEES New students will receive notification by to their official McGill address of their fee statement in the month following their registration on Minerva. Most students will receive this notification at the beginning of September and the fees will be due at the end of September. Students are responsible for viewing this statement and paying the bill by the due date. Failure of the student to check their on a regular basis will in no way constitute grounds for the reversal of interest charges and/or late payment fees, should the bill not be paid. Paper statements will NOT be produced. Details about e-billing are available at: If you have any questions regarding your fees contact the Student Accounts Office, James Administration Building, Room 301 or at i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc 7
10 COPYRIGHT FEES The academic community has certain obligations related to copyright. By law, and as a result of a license agreement between the University and Copibec, a copyright clearance agency, all copyrighted materials reproduced and distributed to students must be reported to Copibec, in order to ensure that royalties are remitted to the copyright holders. Without such a license agreement, it would be illegal to use material copied from books, magazines or other sources unless written authorization is obtained from the holder of rights for each document reproduced. Eastman Systems is the printer accredited by the University to reproduce materials, to fulfill the University's obligations to report the reproduction of these materials, and to remit the appropriate royalty fees to Copibec. Students accounts are charged directly for the copyright fee, separate from the course pack prepared and sold at Dave s, store in basement of the Samuel Bronfman Building where course packs are purchased. It is one way to ensure that the authors and editors collect their rightful royalties for the use of their works. Academic institutions have an important role to play in ensuring that intellectual property rights are protected and to help ensure that authors and editors are appropriately compensated for the reproduction of their copyrighted works. These charges are spread evenly over the number of students registered for the particular course using such materials. Address You can view the following addresses with Minerva. You can only change the mailing, permanent and employer addresses using Minerva. Mailing Permanent (home) Student Billing, IF NOT=MAILING McGill will use this address for mailing purposes. If left blank, the permanent address is used. All students must have a valid permanent address. McGill will use this as the current mailing address if no other addresses are provided. You may request that your bills be sent to a third party. This address is used by Student Accounts to direct a fee invoice to an address other than the "normal" mailing address. In addition, this address is used in the billing of a corporate or government sponsor who has agreed to cover a student's tuition. FINAL EXAMINATIONS MBA 1 (Trimester Courses) Final examination dates are included in each 10 week Trimester (9 weeks for lectures and 1 week for the final examination). The exam schedule will be posted on the glassed-in bulletin board beside the Master's Programs Office, Samuel Bronfman Building, Room 300. The exam schedule will also be available on the MBA Program webpage. No travel plans should be made without referring to the final exam schedule. i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc 8
11 MBA 2 (Semester Courses) The Final Examination Schedule will be available in October for the Fall term and in February for the Winter term. It will be posted on the glassed-in bulletin board beside the Master's Programs Office, Samuel Bronfman Building Room 300. The exam schedule will also be available on the MBA Program webpage. No travel plans should be made without referring to the final exam schedule. It is the student s responsibility to check the date, time and place of their examination. This information will not be given over the telephone. Please note that students must present their McGill I.D. Card for entry into examinations. DEFERRED EXAMS Only under extenuating circumstances such as a serious medical problem will students be permitted to defer final exams. Proof of the medical condition is required prior to, or on the day of, the exam by the completion of the Attending Physician's Statement form (available from MBA Program Office) by your physician. The other possible reason to allow for deferring of an exam is if you need to be out of town on company business. In such a case, you will need to provide the MBA office a letter from your employer confirming that you will be away on a business trip during the day of the exam. FINAL GRADES Final grades are obtained on Minerva, as well as a copy of your unofficial transcript. Official transcripts may be ordered on Minerva. Grades will not be given over the telephone. i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc 9
12 GENERAL INFORMATION I.D. CARDS Students registered at McGill are required to present a McGill ID card when writing examinations and using the libraries, Post-Graduate Students Society, and the computer laboratory. An ID card cannot be issued until at least 24 hours after the student has registered. When requesting the card, new students must present permanent code information and proof of legal status in Canada. International students must also show proof of health coverage (or confirmation of exemption). Contact International Student Services at (514) or consult their Website at for additional information. ID cards will not be issued if any of the above documents are missing. Registered students may obtain an ID card at these times and locations: August 2, 3, 7-10 and 14-17, 2006 Open 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (except Fridays and weekends) Canadian & Quebec students are encouraged to come during this period to avoid line-ups later in August. No international students can be carded before Aug. 18th. Place: Admissions, Recruitment & Registrar s Office (ARRO) James Administration Office, Room Sherbrooke St. West. Aug. 21 st to Sept. 1 st, 2006 Open 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., including weekends All students, including international students Lorne M. Trottier Building Cafeteria 3630 University Street Starting September 5 th, 2006 Normal office hours (9:00 to 5:00) Admissions, Recruitment & Registrar s Office (ARRO) James Administration Bldg., Room Sherbrooke St. West Further details or questions may be addressed at: or telephone: MCGILL BOOKSTORE is located at: 3420 McTavish Street (behind the Bronfman Bldg) (Tel.: ) Bookstore hours are: Monday Friday 09:00 18:00 Saturday 10:00-17:00 Sunday Closed You may find out what textbooks are required for your courses by doing the following: 1) Go to the basement of the bookstore. 2) Check under course number and professor in the management book requisition folder. If you have any problems, speak with the bookstore personnel at the counter. i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc 10
13 MBA Program Website Various information for internal students regarding the MBA program is posted and available for viewing on the program webpage located at the above mentioned website. Students should refer to this website throughout the year for the most up-to-date Class Schedules, exam schedules, course descriptions, various forms, guidelines and other information pertaining to current students in the program. To find it from click on MBA Program, Course Information, Course Schedules/Timetables. ADDRESS & Uniform Address (UEA) All students are assigned a McGill-issued address upon registering in the program. This address is the one that will be used by both the University administration and professors to communicate with you during your time in the program. This address is issued to you in McGill Uniform Address (UEA) format. The UEA is an address with an easy to remember format, namely You may verify your address on Minerva (under the Personal menu item). NEW STUDENT POLICY is one of the official means of communication between McGill University and its students. As with all official University communications, it is the student s responsibility to ensure that time-critical is accessed, read, and acted upon in a timely fashion. If a student chooses to forward University to another mailbox, it is that student s responsibility to ensure that the alternate account is viable. The above is the Policy Statement of the Student Policy approved at a meeting of the University Senate held September 17, 2003, and a meeting of the Board of Governors held September 29, The policy became effective January 1, Consult for procedures and additional information. All MBA Students List Serve Important information is communicated to all MBA students throughout the year via the list serve. This includes notices originating from the MBA administrative office, from the Management Career Centre and the MBA Student Council members. Each new student will be automatically subscribed at the beginning of the academic year to this private list with their McGill-issued address. There will be a test notice sent in early September should you not receive it - please contact me in person or send me an with your full name, student number and McGill address indicating that you were not put on the allmbstudents list serve and I will put you on manually. Please send your request to: Any technical questions regarding your should be directed to the IST Customer Services Helpline at or (they are located at Burnside Hall, Rm. 112). The IT support team of the Desautels Faculty of Management will be holding an information session during Orientation Week at which time your questions you may be answered. Meanwhile, you may wish to peruse the following web sites: i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc 11
14 Uniform Addres Read your messages Virtual Private Network (VPN) Configuring your client Library Services Online WEBMAIL: VPN: LIBRARY: MBA COMPUTING FACILITIES The MBA computer lab is located in the Samuel Bronfman Building in room 301. It is maintained by the Sandiford Computing Centre located in the same building in the basement, or the computer technicians in BRONF: 410. There is also a support person available at the lab for immediate assistance during certain periods (as posted on the MBA Lab Support Home Page (see below or inside the lab). The labs are available to all our MBA students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week throughout the academic year (students require special access for Bronfman Bldg. entrance after normal opening hours see below). The Help Desk is located at the Sandiford Computing Centre. Hours are posted on the door, or you may contact them at: The Computer Lab provides the student with the following services: Full Internet access access Printing facilities Scanner Digital camera usage A full reference and manual library Access to the Bronfman computer labs outside normal hours is possible via your McGill ID card. You need to be on the McGill security list. If you are planning to come to the lab after hours, you might want to test your card at the entrance door of Sherbrooke Street by swiping it at the machine posted on the East wall, to the right of the front door. When you swipe your card at the machine it initiates the green light to flash. If this does not happen, then you need to request after-hour access to the building by sending your request, with full name, student number and address to: Instructions on how to log onto the computers in the lab will be posted in the computer rooms. Additional instructions will be provided by the computer technical personnel during Orientation Week in August. i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc 12
15 Purchase of Laptop Computer The purchase of a laptop computer is not mandatory. In the event that a student would wish to purchase one, the following guidelines for the minimum requirements are being proposed by the computer technical personnel in the Desautels Faculty of Management. Category Minimum Requirements Comments Processor 1.5 Ghz or faster (2.0Ghz +) Hard Drive 40 Gigabytes (GB) or larger Media Drive Memory CD-R/RW or DVD+/-R/RW drive 512 Megabytes (MB) recordable CD or DVD disc drive as a floppy drive replacement 1GB - more is better Network Adapter Wired 10/100 Wireless Ethernet Adapter Operating System MS Windows XP Professional integrated or PCMCIA card b/g compatible Software Microsoft Office 2003 Information Systems and Technology Customer Services at McGill University Information Systems and Technology Customer Services (IST Customer Services) Help Desk Burnside Hall, Rm All questions regarding your McGill-issued address, how to access, reroute, etc. should be forwarded to the experts at the University-level IST office. IST also looks after your ELF account, when you eventually obtain one upon graduating. i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc 13
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17 MASTERS PROGRAMS OFFICE The Masters Programs Office administers the following programs: MBA Post MBA Certificate MBAJapan (Tokyo, Japan) Master in Manufacturing Management (MMM) (in partnership with McGill Faculty of Engineering) International Masters in Health Leadership (IMHL) (for established health professionals) Int l Masters Program in Practicing Management (IMPM) (consortium of 6 world-wide Universities) Graduate Diploma in Public Accountancy: Chartered Accountancy (CA) Program It is located on the third floor, Rm. 300, of the Samuel Bronfman Building (1001 Sherbrooke St. W.) The office is open: Monday to Friday 09:00 17:00 Professor Francesca Carrieri, Academic Director, MBA Program Nancy E. Wells, Director, Masters Programs Antoinette Molino, Assistant Director, MBA Admissions Pina Vicario, Admissions Assistant, MBA Program Grace Pawelec, Student Adviser, MBA Program: (available daily from 10:00 to 12:00 and 13:30 to 16:00 without an appointment) Anne Billyard, Administrator, MBAJapan Program Sabrina Masi, MBAJapan Program Caroline Brown, Administrator, Special Programs: MMM, IMHL, IMPM & Post MBA Certificate CA Program Director: Professor Philippe Levy Program Manager: Diana Rubin Program Coordinator: Elena Bouchard Ania Loboda, Admissions & Registration Clerk June 2006 i:\programs\mba\registration\mba_pt_06.doc 15
18 C A L E N D A R O F D A T E S M B A I McGILL UNIVERSITY Desautels Faculty of Management In order to avoid any misunderstanding, these dates will not be given over the telephone. AUGUST 2006 Aug. 2, Wed. to Sept. 5, Tues. Aug. 22, Tues. Aug. 21, Mon. to Aug. 25, Fri. Aug. 21, Mon 6:00 p.m. Aug. 29, 30 & 31 Tues, Wed., & Thurs. (09:00 to 17:00) Aug. 31, Thurs. FALL 2006 MBA 1 Sept. 4, Mon. Sept. 5, Tues. Sept. 6, Wed. to Sept. 19, Tues. Sept. 19, Tues. Sept. 26, Tues. Oct. 9, Mon. Oct. 10, Tues Registration period for NEW STDUDENTS. Late registration period for returning students with $50 late registration fee. Last day of the Summer 2006 session. Desautels Faculty of Management Orientation Week for all NEW students BRONF: 151 Desautels Faculty of Management Orientation for NEW PART-TIME students BRONF: 625 MGCR-629 Global Leadership: Redefining Success (prev. Ethics in Business ) core course with Professor Nancy J. Adler. Place: Centre Mont Royal (2200 Mansfield Ave) Deadline for cancellation of registration (admission) (i.e., withdrawal from the program) for the Fall Term. After this date, need to fill out withdrawal form. (Deposit, if applicable, is non-refundable for new students) LABOUR DAY. Administrative Offices and Libraries closed. No classes. Lectures begin Deadline for NEW students to register without a late registration fee, and for RETURNING students to register with a $50 late fee ($20 for Special & part-time). Late registration period with $100 late registration fee ($40 for Special & part-time students). Course change (Add/Drop) period for Fall (200609) Module 1 & 2 courses and multiterm courses that started in Sept Deadline for late registration with $100 late fee. Deadline to add Fall 2006(200609) courses that are in Modules 1 and 2 via Minerva. Deadline to drop 1 st Trimester and spanned (MGCR-628D1 & D2) courses that began in Sept (200609) via MINERVA, with a fee refund (less $100 minimum charges, in case of complete withdrawal from the University). After this date students receive a mark of "W" (Withdrawal), no refund, for Module 1 courses. Deadline to withdraw from Module 1 and spanned courses that began in Sept via MINVERA, with a mark of "W". After this date a mark of "J" will appear on the record and count as a failure. THANKSGIVING. Classes cancelled. Administrative offices & libraries closed. October 10 th does not follow the normal schedule. All lectures, labs, etc. that were not held on Monday, Oct. 9 th, 2006 because of Thanksgiving Day, have been rescheduled to Tues. Oct. 10 th, 2006.
19 Nov. 10, Fri. Nov. 13 Mon. to 17 Nov. Fri. Nov. 20, Mon. Last day of lectures in Trimester 1. FALL CONVOCATION. Classes as usual. Trimester 1 examination period. Module 2 courses begin (2nd Trimester = Nov. 20-Feb. 9, 2007, includes exam week) For Module 2, the term course changes, please consult the MBA Program office during Nov. 20 to Dec. 1 period. It will be done manually, without penalties. After Dec. 1 st, a W will show. Nov. 20 to Dec 1 st Course Change period for Module 2 (200609) courses via MBA Program Office, without penalties. The are to be done via Minerva. Dec. 8, Fri. Dec. 4, Mon. Dec. 22, Fri. Dec. 5, Tues. to Jan. 3, Wed., 2007 Dec. 25, Mon. to Jan. 2, Tues. incl. Last day to drop Module 2 courses with a W and late fee. After this date a J will show & count as a failure. Deadline for students who expect to complete their program requirements at the end of Fall 2006 term (Feb graduation) to apply to graduate on Minerva. Last day of lectures, 2nd Trimester, before Christmas break. Students should not make any travel arrangements without first confirming the exam schedule for all their courses Winter term registration period for NEW STUDENTS. CHRISTMAS / NEW YEAR'S - Administrative Offices closed. Library hours available at Reference Desks. WINTER 2007 MBA 1 Jan. 3, Wed Deadline for NEW students to register for Module 3 courses (Feb. 12 Apr. 30, 2007, includes exam week), without late registration fee. 2nd Trimester courses resume. Jan. 4, Thurs. to Jan. 16, Tues. NEW STUDENTS: Late Registration via Minerva with $100 late fee ($40 for Special and Part-time students). Course change for 3 rd Trimester courses ( term) via MINERVA. Afterwards students will need to make Trimester 3 changes via MBA Program office.. Jan. 9, Tues. University Orientation for new students (5:00 6:00 p.m. in Thomson House, 3650 McTavish Street) NEW STUDENTS: Last day for late registration with $100 late fee. Jan. 16, Tues. Last day to add/drop 3rd Trimester courses via MINVERA. After this date students must consult with the MBA office for any modifications to Mod. 3 courses.
20 Jan. 17, Wed. Feb. 2, Fri. Feb. 5, Mon. to Feb. 9, Fri. Desautels Faculty of Management - Orientation for NEW MBA students BRONFMAN BLD. from 18:00 to 20:00. Last day of lectures, 2nd Trimester. 2nd Trimester examination period. Feb. 12, Mon. Feb. 12, Mon. to Mar. 2, Fri. Feb. 18, Sun. to Feb. 24, Sat. Mar. 2, Fri. Mar. 9, Fri. TBA Apr. 6, Fri. & Apr. 9, Mon. Apr. 11, Wed Apr. 23, Mon. Apr. 24, Tues. to Apr. 30, Mon. May 21, Mon. Module 3 lectures begin (3rd Trimester = Feb. 12 Apr. 30, 2007, incl. exam week). Course change for 3 rd Trimester ( term) courses via the MBA Office, with fee refund. Afterwards students received a W, no refund. STUDY BREAK. Classes cancelled, except Dentistry, Medicine, Centre for Continuing Education non-credit courses. MBA administration office open. Last day to drop 3rd Trimester course, via the MBA Office, with a fee refund. After this date, students will receive a "W" on their student record, no refund. Deadline to withdraw from 3rd Trimester courses via the MBA Office with a "W" on the student's record, without refund. After this date, a "J" will appear on the record and count as a failure. Summer 2007 session registration opens. EASTER HOLIDAY. No classes or exams. Administrative offices closed. Wed. April 11 th will follow Monday schedule. All lectures, lab, etc. that were not held on Monday, April 9, 2007 because of Easter Monday have been rescheduled to Wednesday, April 11, 2007 Last day of lectures, 3rd Trimester. Examination period for Trimester 3 courses. VICTORIA DAY Classes cancelled. Administrative Offices and Libraries closed. It is IMPERATIVE to adhere to the DEADLINES as published in this Calendar of Dates as the MBA Program Office cannot waive penalties that may be assessed due to non-compliance. Make sure this Calendar of Dates for MBA 1 courses applies to you. Updated June 16, 2006
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