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MSc registration

For new students:

  • After receiving e-mail confirmation from new students of having read the MSc newsletter, the MSc office will unblock your access and send you information on how to proceed with registering for courses directly online.
  • Registration is done through your MyConcordia portal under “my academic requirements” where your program structure/courses have been individually set up for you.
  • Qualifying Program students must e-mail the confirmation and include required undergraduate courses after verifying their schedules. The MSc office will then pursue registration of the undergraduate courses and unblock access for the student to register in graduate courses.
  • Should you wish to register for a course outside of your MSc program (i.e. Finance, Marketing, Management) you must complete the MSc Course Planning form and have it duly approved/signed by your MSc Department Representative.  Once the MSc office receives this form, you will be registered for those approved courses only. 

For returning students:

  • Returning MSc students can register online for your respective courses directly through your MyConcordia portal under “my academic requirements” where your program structure/courses have been individually set up for you.
  • Should you wish to take a course outside of your MSc program (i.e. Finance, Marketing, Management), you must complete the new MSc course planning form and have it approved by your Department Representative. Once the MSc office receives this form, you will be registered for those approved courses only. 

Schedules & forms

2018-2019 MSCA and MSCM Course Schedules Fall-Winter 2018-2019 MSc/MSCM Course Schedule
2018-2019 PhD Course Schedules Fall 2018 and Winter 2019 PhD Course schedules coming soon
MSc Course Planning Forms MSc Finance Course Planning Form
MSc Management Course Planning Form
MSc Marketing Course Planning Form

Department representatives

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