Whatever your main or ultimate objective in coming to Queen’s on the exchange program, your aim in the Faculty of Arts and Science should include the acquisition of the principal components of a liberal education. By considering your own interests, abilities and weaknesses, and by seeking good academic advice, you should be able to plan a program of study that will provide a rich and broad basis for your term(s) on the exchange program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
Students are responsible for ensuring that their course registrations are accurate and complete, and that the courses in which they register are appropriate to their degree and will meet the requirements for transfer credit at their home institution.
While every effort is made to place students in the courses requested, it is not always possible to fulfill all requests. To maximize entry to courses, partners should continue to select students who may have greater flexibility in their academic program while on the exchange program. When selecting courses, students are encouraged to explore all options in the Social Sciences, Natural and Physical Sciences, and the Humanities when selecting courses.
Consult the individual department websites using the links provided on the course offerings webpage to find out about the course offerings for the 2013-14 academic year. Please note that some courses are not offered every year so it is important to check the department website or the course timetable on SOLUS (Queen's NetID required) for the most up-to-date information. Once you have determined your course selections, use the Exchange Student Course Selection form below to submit your courses to the International Programs Office (IPO) for course registration.
Please click here for more information about courses at Queens including course terminology, structure, weighting and semester dates.