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3.5.1 School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape - Flexible Grade Option (CG Grade)

The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape will not permit the Flexible Grade Option (CG Grade) for any course offered by the School, with the exception of the following courses:

Architecture 201
Landscape Architecture 201
Planning 201

Courses/units associated with a CG grade will not be included when determining eligibility towards academic honours and awards including, but not limited to, the Dean's List or Degree "With Distinction".

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