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 +11.2 Master'​s Program
 +A grade of B- or better must normally be obtained in each course credited towards the master'​s degree. A candidate may, with the support of the departmental graduate supervisor/​associate chair (graduate affairs) and the approval of the Dean of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs, be allowed a grade of C+ in 1.0 credit. Some programs do not permit the C+ option and apply a B- minimum rule. (The department of Systems and Computer Engineering upholds the B- rule and does not make exceptions)
  
 +Full-Time Continuation
 +Full-time master'​s students who fail to achieve a weighted GPA of 7.0 after two terms of study, or to maintain it subsequently,​ will be required to withdraw from the program. In the event of special or extenuating circumstances,​ the student may apply through the program graduate supervisor/​associate chair (graduate affairs) to the Dean of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs for permission to continue in the program.
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 +Part-Time Continuation
 +Part-time master'​s students who fail to achieve or maintain a weighted GPA of 7.0 after completing 2.0 credits, or to maintain it subsequently,​ will be required to withdraw from the program. In the event of special or extenuating circumstances,​ the student may apply through the program graduate supervisor/​associate chair (graduate affairs) to the Dean of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs for permission to continue in the program.
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 +11.3 Doctoral Program
 +Doctoral students must obtain a grade of B- or better in each course credited towards the degree.
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 +11.4 Departmental Evaluation
 +In addition to the above requirements,​ departments will undertake a periodic evaluation of a student'​s progress in his or her overall program to determine whether that progress is satisfactory. In the event that progress is deemed unsatisfactory,​ the program graduate supervisor may recommend to the Dean of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs that the student be required to withdraw.
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