To be eligible to take courses as a Continuing Student you will be expected to have an undergraduate university degree and at least a C average, with no failures, in your final year's work (or the equivalent, in the case of a degree taken through part-time studies), and academic records which are satisfactory to the Department and the Office of the Associate Dean of the appropriate Faculty.
If you are a graduate of a McMaster undergraduate degree program and wish to become a Continuing Student, you do not need to apply for admission. You may submit a registration. Registrants who have not attended courses for more than two years will need to contact the Office of the Registrar prior to attempting to register for courses.
Always assumed continuing meant through McMaster University's Centre for Continuing Education