For all students in their last year of study, there's probably one date they should keep an eye on: Mar. 1, the deadline to apply to convocate. But what hoops do you need to jump through to get that degree and graduate?
To start, choosing courses that fit together within a program is important. Combined degrees are designed for five years of study, regular Bachelor's degrees are four-year programs, requiring 25 full-course equivalents, while general studies degrees require 20 full-course equivalents.