To be awarded a three-year/Master degree, students must defend a thesis specific to each course of study.
Four exam sessions are scheduled for each academic year: a fall (November), winter (February) and summer (July) sessions plus an extra spring session (April).
Once the student has received approval for a topic from a supervisor, the student must submit a request for a thesis defence to the Academic Office.
To be approved for a thesis defence and receive a degree, the student must meet the minimum credit requirements laid out in the plan of study and be up to date with all tuition and fee payments. For additional information consult the Thesis Guidelines.