Once in the program, you must earn at least a B- to pass each course. Learn more about the program’s required and elective courses.
You must have an overall average of at least a B to graduate from the program.
You will also participate in a transition program during the two weeks before classes start. The program includes career development opportunities, financial modelling workshops and a math/statistics review which covers the basic aspects of differential and integral calculus, linear algebra, and statistics and probability.
You will also be required to complete a career development preparation course. The purpose of this course is to equip students with the necessary tools to aid in your summer and graduate employment search process.