Useful Links for Students in the McGill MBA Japan Program:
McGill University Library System http://www.mcgill.ca/library/
Minerva Course Registration System https://horizon.mcgill.ca/pban1/twbkwbis.P_WWWLogin
McGill University Homepage for My Courses, McGill E-mail, and MyMcGill www.mcgill.ca
At McGill, the official grade for a course is the letter grade. The correspondence between letter grade and percentage marks is uniform for graduate courses throughout the University, and is as follows:
|Grades||Grade Points||Numerical Scale of Marks|
|A||4.0||85 – 100%|
|A-||3.7||80 – 84%|
|B+||3.3||75 – 79%|
|B||3.0||70 – 74%|
|B-||2.7||65 – 69%|
|F (Fail)||0||0 – 64%|
Grades A through B- are termed satisfactory passes, and F a failure. Certain courses have been approved for Pass/Fail (P/F) grading.
Students must obtain grades of B- or better in courses used to fulfill program requirements.
A grade of K will be assigned to any student who does not write the final examination but is eligible for a deferred exam. A grade of K indicates that the course is incomplete, but this grade can be changed if the student does the necessary work in the prescribed time assigned by the instructor.
A grade of J will be assigned to any student who does not write the final examination and for any student who is not eligible for a deferred exam. A grade of J indicates that the student has failed the course due to not completing the material and represents a failing final grade in a course.
Students must repeat a failed Core course or an elective course required for the program.
If a student receives two failures during the program, s/he will be asked to withdraw from the MBA program regardless of the number of credits associated with each failed course.
In the case of repeated courses, both the original grade and the grade obtained on the repeat course will be included in the computation of the overall MBA CGPA.