Expect a B average, or 3.0.
- Degrees may be awarded with a division/classification standing: First Class; Second Class Upper; Second Class Lower; and Third Class (Pass).
- Some degrees are given classification as “honours” degrees. “Honours,” as compared to an “ordinary” or “pass” degree, will refer more to the depth of study in a particular discipline, not quality of study.
- Check transcripts for detailed information on grading systems used.
SUGGESTED DEGREE EQUIVALENCE:
Equivalent to US Bachelor’s:
Bachelor's Degree in: Arts & Sciences, Education, Engineering, Laws, Nursing, or Pharmacy - comparable to a bachelor's degree in the United States.
Equivalent to US Master's:
Master's degree - comparable to a master's degree in the United States.
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery - comparable to a first professional degree in medicine in the United States.
Postgraduate Diplomas and Certificates - are offered after one year of full-time postgraduate studies. Combined with a 3-year Bachelor’s degree, would be comparable to a U.S. bachelor’s degree.