Depending on your academic background, the average undergraduate program at Concordia takes three or four years to complete.
This table shows the time required to complete an undergraduate program at Concordia. Estimates are based on you taking a full course load.
While there are exceptions (see below), Concordia offers three and four year Bachelor’s degrees depending on your academic background. Here’s why:
The extra academic year Quebec CEGEP graduates do before starting university allows them to complete many programs in three years.
Certain programs require more time for all students to finish. These include:
Most students entering Concordia from a secondary school outside Quebec are admitted to the ECP. This requires the completion of 30 credits in addition to the regular 90 or 120 credit degree programs.
The MEP usually requires the completion of 18 additional credits. This program is reserved for Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
Please see Mature Entry Program for admission requirements.
The information provided is for reference purposes. Please refer to the Undergraduate Calendar for official information.
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