Elder, P. Faloutsos, J. Gryz, R. Hornsey, M. R. M. Jenkin, H. Jiang, Y. Lian, M. Litoiu, J. Ostroff, G. Tourlakis, J. Tsotsos, F. van Breugel, M. Aboelaze, J. Amanatides, M. Baljko, G. Cheung, A. Eckford, H. Farag, E. Ghafar-Zadeh, P. Godfrey, J. Jiang, M. Kyan, J. Lam, Y. Lesperance, S. MacKenzie, S. Magierowski, A. Mirzaian, U. T. Nguyen, S. Pisana, A. Rezaei-Zare, E. Ruppert, A. M. Sodagar, M. Spetsakis, Z. Stachniak, V. Tzerpos, N. Vlajic, P. Wang, R. P. Wildes, J. Xu, M. A. Brubaker, S. Datta, G. Grau, A. Hooshyar, H. Kassiri, H. Khazaei, E. Papangelis, A. Sadeghi-Naini, P. Srikantha, H. Tabassum, R. Urner, S. Wang. McGill’s status as a settler-colonial institution. Deferred standing may be granted or denied. All petitions are to be submitted online via the Lassonde Academic Petitions website. F. Additional elective credits, as required for an overall total of at least 120 credits. This includes the 3000 and 4000 level credits in the major and minor listed above. 21 credits chosen from humanities, natural science and social science courses, with the constraint that at least 6.00 credits must be chosen from each of humanities, social science and natural science areas, but no more than 9.00 credits should be in any one of the three areas. Reciprocally, all York students in this Dual Degree program must satisfy a modified non-science requirement in lieu of the current non-science requirements of the Lassonde School of Engineering, as follows: they must complete at York University six further non-science credits in addition to the earned 12 credits in language and culture courses. Bachelor with one declared major in computer science or digital media. Upper-level credits: at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above. Honours Major/Minor (Lassonde School of Engineering / Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies inter-Faculty) with a declared science major in one of computer science or earth and atmospheric science and any declared liberal arts and professional studies minor with the exception of information technology. exited Engineering students, will be contacted prior to being switched to a Bachelor program and given an opportunity to consult the Lassonde Student Welcome and Support Centre to discuss their program options. At least 3 of the 12 (maximum of 9 credits) credits must be taken in the humanities or social sciences, defined by the following areas: Anthropology, Humanities, English, History, Linguistics and Languages, Philosophy, Social Science, Modes of Reasoning and Gender and Women's Studies**. Choice of major and minor is subject to timetabling constraints. F. Additional elective credits, as required, for an overall total of 120 credits. Option to graduate with a Bachelor program. Honours Double Major (Lassonde School of Engineering / Faculty of Health inter-Faculty) with a declared major in computer science and a second major in one of health studies, kinesiology and health science or psychology. Please note that the Undergraduate Calendar is available solely online and constitutes At least 6 of these credits must be in the 3000 or 4000 level. The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department offers courses leading to a Bachelor of Arts (BA), a Bachelor of Science (BSc) and an international Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science (iBA and iBSc). If a student is unable to write a final exam or submit a final culminating assignment, they may wish to pursue deferred standing. Honours Double Major (Lassonde School of Engineering / Faculty of Health inter-Faculty) with a declared science major in computer science or earth and atmospheric science and a declared health major in health studies, kinesiology and health science or psychology. at least 30 credits which are outside computer science, mathematics, statistics and information technology. Failure to meet the GPA requirements while on debarment warning will result in students being Debarred for 24 months. The undergraduate and graduate Academic Calendars are available by selecting the appropriate link below. Participation in the co-op option is recommended to students in all Honours Computer Science programs, but is not a degree requirement. d) Satisfy the program of study requirements specified in the Lassonde School of Engineering Programs of Study section for the bachelor program declared. Students who wish to return to the University after a debarment decision may petition to continue their studies or must apply to be re-admitted after the 24-month debarment period. c) Satisfy the Senate academic standards for bachelor programs - refer to Academic Standards for Bachelor and Honours Programs in the Lassonde School of Engineering Regulations Governing Examinations and Academic Standards section of the Faculty Rules.