Graduation Check

Note: This facility is in beta testing. Please report any error, bug, deficiency or desired feature by clicking here.

Use this utility to get the UPD's assessment of your readiness for graduation by email.

If you are not approaching graduation or if you are developing an academic plan, then please use the Progress Monitor utility instead. Either way, you will be able to get feedback from the UPD.

Start the Progress Monitor

Get Started

Each link below leads to the appropriate form, where you list the courses passed or in progress, and ask any questions that you may have. You get an email copy and a copy goes to the Undergraduate Program Director, who will assess your information, answer your questions and return the assessment to you by email. You can also request access to your submission to modify it and the UPD may ask for some modifications.

To choose the appropriate link in the table below, you need two pieces of information:

  • the degree you want
  • the academic year in which you joined the Faculty of Science; the academic year runs from September to August, so that Y16 starts with Fall term (F16), then continues in winter 2017 (W17) and summer 2017 (SU17), and Fall is when changes in program requirements and regulations take effect.

Be sure to read the tips below the table if you want to avoid delays, as you may be asked to make changes before your submission can be assessed.

Degree When you joined the FSc
90-credit BSc Chemistry as of F13F12-F13 or F09-F12
Honours Major BSc Chemistry as of F12 or F09-F12
Honours Major-Minor BSc with major in Chemistry as of F13, F12-F13 or F09-F12
Honours Double Major BSc with major in Chemistry as of F13, F12-F13 or F09-F12
Specialized Honours BSc Chemistry as of F12 or F09-F12
Specialized Honours BSc Chemistry - Pharmaceutical & Biological Chemistry stream all years
Specialized Honours BSc Biochemistry all years

Tips

  • Make sure to use course rubrics (e.g. BCHM) and course numbers. Clearly indicate transfer credits that are not associated with an exemption, as in "1000-level transfer credit 6.0".
  • Also be sure to properly segregate General Education courses from other non-science courses, and to keep any science-qualified course separated from the non-science types.
  • Some courses offered by other Faculties (e.g. PSYC, KINE, EECS and others) qualify as science courses. Check their course descriptions to be sure.
  • Finally, make sure to include the credit values of courses that are not worth 3 credits (e.g. PSYC 1010 6.0, HUMA 1100 9.0).

Please report any error, bug, deficiency or desired feature by clicking here.