You are automatically registered for the Thesis activity every term (fall, winter and summer) from the initial registration to the end of your studies.
The program direction invites you to consult all the resources made available to you in the course outline for this activity in ZoneCours. You will find videos, guides, and slide shows intended to better prepare you and to accompany you in this activity.
Writing help tools and thesis models can be found on the library's website.
The grade obtained for the thesis does not influence the GPA calculation.
Register to this free three-hour seminar Responsible Conduct of Research: From Norms to Practice in the first term of your MSc program. This workshop is not for credit, but is mandatory and a prerequisite to the Research Workshop registration.
It is recommended to register for the research workshop before completing 21 MSc course credits. Consult the thesis Guidelines and requirements to prepare for this activity and learn about the requirements and the milestones of the thesis.
During this workshop, you must:
register your thesis topic to have it approved in HEC en ligne > Academic Progress > Thesis Portal;
To write your thesis in English, justify your request directly in your Thesis Portal. This approval is automatic for specializations in English.
To write your thesis in the form of articles, complete these three forms depending of your situation (see the decision tree in the thesis Guidelines and requirements) and submit them to the Academic Affairs office.
Make sure you are enrolled in the Master’s program in the term in which you are to submit your thesis, and that you have completed the online research workshop.
If your file is inactive and you have not exceeded the deadline of four years, complete the Short Administrative Request form. You will have to pay the tuition fees for the term in which you submit your thesis.
If you have exceeded the deadline, please contact your administration program.
To submit the final version of your thesis:
Your supervisor's approval must be received by the deadline.
The submitted version is the version evaluated by the jury and also made public by the library.
The submission process, the evaluation of your thesis and the graduation process can take up to 10 weeks. Please take this into consideration if you need to renew a study permit, submit a post-diploma permit application or confirm your attendance at convocation.
|Term of submission||Fall 2023||Winter 2024||Summer 2024|
|Deadlines||December 14, 2023||April 26, 2024||August 16, 2024|
Under article 3.4.2 of the academic rules and regulations, the jury may: