Applicants must be completing grade 12 in Canada with a minimum overall average of 80% and an average of 80% in mathematics in the required number of senior-level grade 12 courses.
All applicants must have completed the required mathematics and English courses (or French if they attended a French-language school) and must meet the requirements to graduate in their home province or territory.
Doctoral programs require applicants to have completed a master's/magisteriate (or equivalent) with high standing (e.g., with honours, or a GPA of at least 3.5). Additional requirements apply.
Master's programs typically require applicants to have completed a bachelor's/baccalaureate (or equivalent) with high standing. High standing can be defined as honours, specialization, a GPA of at least 3.00, or other. It is always recommended to verify the requirements of specific programs as additional requirements apply.
Diploma and graduate certificate programs require applicants to have completed a bachelor's/ baccalaureate (or equivalent) with high standing. Additional requirements may apply.
Find out more here: http://www.concordia.ca/admissions/graduate/minimum-requirements.html
It is recommended to review the specific admission requirements of each program: http://www.concordia.ca/jmsb/programs/graduate.html