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Dean's Honours List

Graduating "With Distinction - Dean's Honours List"

In recognition of outstanding academic records throughout their undergraduate careers, all students who graduate with a honours Bachelor of Computer Science (BCS) or Bachelor of Mathematics (BMath) degree, and have a Cumulative Average (CAV) of at least 87%, and do not have any Incomplete (INC), In Progress (IP), or Under Review (UR) grades are eligible to graduate "With Distinction - Dean's Honours List." In addition to having this notation appear on their official University transcripts and diplomas, such students have their names displayed in gold on the walls of the Mathematics & Computing Building (MC) corridor 4066.

Graduating "With Distinction"

In recognition of distinguished academic achievement throughout their undergraduate careers, all students who graduate with a honours BCS or BMath degree, either four-year honours or three-year general, and a CAV of at least 80%, and do not have any INC, IP, or UR grades are eligible to graduate "With Distinction." This notation appears on official University transcripts and diplomas.

Term Dean's Honours List

In recognition of outstanding academic achievement in an academic term, the designation "Term Dean's Honours List" is awarded to undergraduate Mathematics students who satisfy all of the following criteria for the term:

  • registered in an honours plan with a Term Average (TAV) of at least 87%;
  • normally enrolled in at least 2.5 units of courses with numeric or letter grades;
  • no excluded courses; and
  • no INC, IP, or UR grades.