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3.7 Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation - Graduation


1. Successful completion of the approved program with a minimum overall grade point average of 2.00.

2. The 120 units required for graduation must all have been completed within 10 years of first enrolment for the degree to be awarded. For post-diploma students, the 60 units required for graduation must all have been completed within 10 years of first enrolment for the degree to be awarded.

3. A maximum of 18 units in the degree may be graded a "D" or "D+".

4. Students with CG grades in courses counting towards their BCR degree will not be eligible for consideration for convocation medals.

5. A maximum of 1 3-unit CG grade may be used towards degree requirements for the two-year, post-diploma BCR degree program.

Degrees "With Distinction"

The notation "With Distinction" will be inscribed on the permanent record and graduation parchment of any BCR student with a grade point averages of at least 3.60 over the last 60 units taken for the degree. Courses showing a CG grade are excluded from this calculation. Courses from other institutions as well as the University of Calgary can be used in this calculation.

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