Foreign secretary Malcolm Rifkind will open the debate at 11.15am on the government-chosen topic in the City Chambers.
After speeches by opposition spokespersons and contributions by other members, the debate will be closed by the Scottish secretary Michael Forsyth, finishing at 1.30pm.
Business that day will open at 1030 am with oral questions to the secretary of state and his ministerial colleagues at the Scottish office covering all aspects of their responsibilities.
The last item on the committee's agenda will be a half-hour adjournment debate opened by Charles Kennedy MP on Skye Bridge Tolls.
A reply on behalf of the government will be given by Scottish office minister Lord James Douglas-Hamilton.