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SFU - 2015/2016 Admission Requirements for BC High Schools
Admission to SFU is competitive. In the past, the average for admission has ranged from 80% to 90%, depending on the program.

All students must write the English 12 provincial exam and meet BC high school graduation requirements.


Information on Distributed Learning courses: DL courses (i.e. distance learning/online learning courses) can be used to meet your admission requirements as long as the course is 100% complete by April 30th.

Your DL provider must report your grade to the ministry of Education to ensure SFU receives your official grade electronically in May.

DL courses completed after April 30 can be used to meet course pre-requisites but will not be used for admission purposes.
Information on Upgrading courses:

If you repeat an approved grade 11 or 12 course the higher course mark will be used for admission, either your first course attempt or your new mark.



GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:

• English 11 or francais premiere langue 11

• Language 11 (includes beginner’s language 11, American sign language 11 or 12, and language 12 courses)

• Science 11 (includes Applications of Physics 12, Biology 11, Chemistry 11, Earth Science 11, Forests 11, IB Environmental Systems 11, Principles of Physics 11)

• Foundations of Math 11 with a minimal grade of 60%, ( Pre-Calculus 11/Foundations of Math 12/ Pre-Calculus 12/Calculus 12 with a minimum grade of 60%)

• English 12 with a minimum final blended grade of 60%, (or English 12 First Peoples, or francais premiere langue 12 with a minimum final blended grade of 60%)

• Graduate from high school
Program Specific Requirements

English 12, Pre-Calculus 12, one of biology 12/Chemistry 12/Physics12,and one additional approved Grade 12 course.


Approved Grade 12 Courses

BC First Nations Studies 12, Calculus 12, Comparative Civilization 12, Economics 12, English Literature 12, Foundations of Math 12*, French 12 or francais langue seconde 12, German 12, History 12, Japanese 12, Law 12, Mandarin 12, Philosophy 12**, Pre-Calculus 12; Punjabi 12, Social Justice 12, Spanish 12, Sustainable Resources 12,

*Note: Philosophy 12 must be 4 credits
Science: Biology 12, Chemistry 12, Geography 12, Geology 12, Physics12
IB/AP: All Standard and Higher Level IB Courses, and all AP courses may be used in place of grade 12 courses
FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE:

Computing Science, Geographic Information Science, Software Systems

General Requirements

English 11 (or Francais premiere langue11); Language 11 (includes beginner’s language 11, American sign language 11 or 12, and language 12 courses); Science 11 (includes Applications of Physics 12, Biology 11, Chemistry 11, Earth Science 11, forests 11, IB Environmental systems 11, Physics 11)

Program -specific requirements:

English 12, Pre-Calculus 12, one of Biology12/Chemistry12/Physics 12, and one additional approved Grade 12 course


SFU – Zhejiang dual Degree Program

General requirements:

English language requirements

English 11 (or Francais premiere langue 11)

Language 11 (includes beginner’s language 11, American sign language 11 or 12, and language 12 courses)

Science 11 (includes applications of Physics 12, Biology 11, Chemistry 11, Earth Science 11, forests 11, IB Environmental Systems 11, Physics 11)

Foundations of Math 11 with a minimum grade of 60% (or Pre-Calculus 11/Foundations of Math 12/Pre-Calculus12 with a minimum grade of 60%)

English 12 with a minimum final blended grade of 60% (or English 12 first Peoples, or Francais premiere langue 12 with a minimum final blended grade of 60%)

Graduate from high school
Program-specific requirements

English 12, Pre-Calculus 12, one of biology12/Chemistry 122/Physics 12, and one additional approved Grade 12 course



Note: The SFU-Zhejiang University Computing Science Dual Degree Program is open to domestic and international students. A supplemental statement of interest is required. Prospective students from China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan, who do not hold Canadian citizenship, need to gain admission via Zhejiang University
Approved Grade 12 Courses

BC First Nations Studies 12, Calculus 12, Comparative Civilization 12, Economics 12, English Literature 12, Foundations of Math 12*, French 12 or francais langue seconde 12, German 12, History 12, Japanese 12, Law 12, Mandarin 12, Philosophy 12**, Pre-Calculus 12; Punjabi 12, Social Justice 12, Spanish 12, Sustainable Resources 12,

*Note: Philosophy 12 must be 4 credits
Science: Biology 12, Chemistry 12, Geography 12, Geology 12, Physics12
IB/AP: All Standard and Higher Level IB Courses, and all AP courses may be used in place of grade 12 courses

Engineering Science, Mechatronic Systems Engineering:

General Requirements +
Program –specific Requirements

English 12, Pre-Calculus 12, Chemistry 12, and Physics 12


Faculty of Arts and Social Science:

General Requirements +

Anthropology; Asia-Canada; Cognitive Science; Criminology; Economics; English; Explorations; First Nations; French;

French Cohort; Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies; Gerontology; Hellenic Studies; History; Humanities;

International Studies; Labour Studies; Languages; Latin American Studies; Linguistics; Philosophy; Political Science; Psychology; Sociology; World Literature


Program-specific requirements: English 12, and three additional approved grade 12 courses
Beedie School of Business:

General Requirements +

Accounting; Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Finance, Human Resource Management, International Business, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Operations Management


Program-specific Requirements: English 12, Pre-Calculus 12, and two additional, approved Gr. 12 courses.
Admission decisions for secondary students applying will be based on a combination of student’s academic performance and an assessment of their supplemental application form. For details, please see the Beedie School of Business Website
Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology:

General Requirements +
Program-specific Requirements:

Communication:

English 12 and three additional approved courses

IB/AP: All standard and higher level IB courses, and all AP courses, may be used in place of grade 12 courses.
Contemporary Arts:

English 12 and three additional approved courses. May require portfolio/audition; see: www.sfu.ca/sca


Interactive Arts and Technology:

English 12, Pre-Calculus 12 and two additional approved Grade 12 courses


Faculty of Education:

General Requirements +
Bachelor of General Studies:
Program-specific Requirements:

English 12 and three additional approved Grade 12 courses




Faculty of Environment
Bachelor of Arts: Archaeology, Geography, Geography – Environmental Specialty

General Requirements +


Program-specific Requirements

English 12 and three additional approved Grade 12 courses


Bachelor of Environment: Environmental Resource Management, Global Environmental Systems

General Requirements +


Program-specific Requirements:

English 12 and 3 other additional approved Grade 12 courses


Bachelor of Science: Environmental Science, Geographic Information Science, Physical Geography

General Requirements +


Program-specific Requirements

Chemistry 11, Physics11, English 12, Pre-Calculus 12 and 2 Science 12 courses


Faculty of Health Sciences:

Bachelor of Arts

General Requirements +


Program-specific Requirements

English 12 and three approved Grade 12 courses


Bachelor of Science:

General Requirements +


Program-specific Requirements:

English 12, Pre-Calculus 12, and two additional approved Grade 12 courses


Faculty of Science

Behavioral Neuroscience, Biological Sciences, Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences,

General Sciences, Life Sciences Year Two, Management and Systems Science, Mathematics, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry,

Physics, Statistics and Actuarial Science


General Requirements +
Program-specific Requirements:

Chemistry 11, Principles of Physics 11, English 12, Pre-Calculus 12 and two science 12 courses


English Language Requirements:
All applicants, regardless of country of origin or citizenship status, must demonstrate competence in the English language in

one of the following six ways, depending on where you are completing your education. (Note that enrollment in first-year writing intensive courses require higher grades than admission grades. See their FAQs)

1. Completion of the last three years of full-time secondary education in English in Canada or another country where the principal language of instruction is English. A minimum blended grade of 60% or C in one of English 12, English Literature 12 or English 12 First Peoples, or their equivalents, is required.

NOTE: a final, blended mark of 75% will permit enrolment in a writing-intensive (W) course.

2. Completion of the last four years of full-time secondary education in English at a recognized International school where the principal language of instruction in the country is not English. A minimum grade of C or 60% in senior

level English is required.

3. Completion of IB English A1/A2 or English Literature and Performance (HL or SL) with a minimum grade of 3.

4. Completion of a three unit transferable English course or certified W (writing intensive) course with a minimum

grade of C-

5. Completion of the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) with a minimum overall score of 6.5 with no part less than 6.0.

6. Completion of TOEFL IBT (Test of English as a Foreign language internet based test) with an overall score

of 88 or better with a minimum score of 20 in each of the four components (listening, speaking, writing, reading)


Quantitative and Analytical Skills Requirements:
All applicants to undergraduate programs must demonstrate their competence in quantitative and analytical skills in one

Of the following ways:


1. A minimum grade of 60% or C in the equivalents in a senior level math course or pre-calculus

2. A minimum score of 3 in IB HL or SL math studies;

3. A minimum D grade in GCE A/AS/O level math

4. A grade of C- or better in a 3-unit math or certified Q (quantitative) course that transfers to SFU (for college and university transfer students).


NOTE: A minimum grade of 70% is required in one of the acceptable Math courses used for admission in order to enroll directly in Q courses. For more information see new admission standards.

Additional Requirements:


Within the first three terms at SFU, students must either score at least 20/30 in our Q Placement Test, or achieve at least a C grade in the Foundations of Analytical and Quantitative Reasoning course (FAN X99-4)
Diverse Qualifications Admission – More than Grades
Of course, we want academically well-qualified students. But we’re also interested in those who meet our minimum admissions standards and have demonstrated commitment or excellence in other endeavors, or who have succeeded in their studies in spite of difficult circumstances.

Through our Diverse Qualifications program we select up to 10% of new students, taking these achievements into account. To be considered under this policy, you must meet the minimum admission average (67% for secondary school applicants or 2.00 for post-secondary transfer applicants). You must also the English Language requirement and the Quantitative and Analytical skills requirement as detailed below.


Note: If you have been required to withdraw from a recognized university, you are not eligible to apply under diverse Qualifications.

Prospective student athletes applying under the diverse Qualifications process should be aware that admission to the university under diverse Qualifications does not guarantee eligibility to play as a varsity athlete. Please discuss the varsity eligibility requirements for your particular sport with your prospective coach before applying.

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Personal Information Profile
Your personal information profile should include the following:


  • a description of your special accomplishments, special situation, hardships or difficulties, community service, etc., that you feel should be considered (be as detailed and explicit as possible, to a maximum of 250 words)

  • a clear description of your educational goals and the connection between your proposed program at SFU and the attainment of those goals (be as detailed and explicit as possible, to a maximum of 150 words)

  • a list and description of any awards, honours, or recognition you've received for either academic work or other activities

the name and address of your primary referee

the name and address of your secondary referee



  • a copy of the following statement, signed and dated by you: I certify that all information I have provided is true and complete and was prepared entirely by me. I consent to the disclosure of information I have given to the referees I have named, when necessary to verify my statements. I understand that any misrepresentation may result in cancellation of my admission or registration status.

J. Mulder, David Thompson/Killarney Secondary School

The above information is based on the 2015/2016 College and University calendars/websites and is intended as a guide. Users of this material are responsible for verifying the information is accurate and current
Admissions to UBC Vancouver/Okanagan for BC High School Student’s 2015-2016
GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
Admission to UBC requires successful completion of both general admission requirements that apply to all applicants, as well as program-specific requirements that depend on where you’re applying from and what program(s) you’re applying to.
The following are general admission requirements for all Canadian high school students applying to UBC’s Vancouver Campus.


  • English Language Admissions Standard (please refer to calendar for a comprehensive list of the nine ways to meet the English requirement for UBC).

  • Final grade of 70% in either Grade 11 or Grade 12 English (or equivalent course, including provincial examination where applicable)

  • Graduation from high school with a minimum average of 70% (or higher for many programs)

  • Completion of specific high school courses depending on where you’re applying from and what program(s) you’re applying to.


DISTRIBUTED LEARNING COURSES:

If you are currently taking, or plan to take Distributed Learning course (e.g, online courses, distance learning, or courses at another school) to meet your admission requirements, include these courses in the list of courses you will complete this year in the academic profile section of the UBC application, and do not provide an in-progress grade.

Completion dates for Distributed Learning Courses:


  • If you wish to use your Distributed Learning course in the calculation of your competitive admission average, the course MUST be 100% complete by February 01, 2016 and your Distributed Learning provider submit the final grade to the Ministry of Education so that it appears on your Ministry of Education Student Secure Web in time for you to self-report these grades in March/April.

  • Distributed learning courses completed by June 30, 2016 can be used to meet pre-requisites but will not be used in the calculation of your competitive admission average.


Submitting your grades

In the online application, you will be asked to provide some details about your current and most recent academics, including:



  • Courses you are currently taking or will complete during your final year of high school; and

  • Grades you’ve earned in Grade 11 and Grade 12 courses already completed.

Please note that for all currently attending BC high school applicants who have not yet graduated, your admission decisions will be based on a combination of the grades you self-report in March/April and your Personal Profile. After you have submitted your online application, you will be contacted with specific instructions on your next steps so please make sure to watch your email.
Grades for completed courses

When you are prompted to enter your grades for completed courses, use only final grades that are documented on your online Student Secure Web EdAccess account or your high school record. This means you may want to have your report card from the previous year handy when you complete the online application. Please not that all course and grade information submitted is always verified against official records from the BC Ministry of Education.


Next Step

  • Remember to check your email for instructions on next steps specific to you

  • Remember to check your Applicant status on your online Student Service Centre.

  • Remember to check out your important dates and deadlines.

J. Mulder, David Thompson/Killarney Secondary School

The above information is based on the 2015/2016 College and University calendars/websites and is intended as a guide. Users of this material are responsible for verifying the information is accurate and current.

Applicants from BC and Yukon high schools must satisfy the general admission requirements that all Canadian high

school students must satisfy, as well as the program specific requirements, listed in the table below.


PROGRAM

REQUIRED COURSES

GRADE 12



REQUIRED COURSES GRADE 11

Applied Biology

English 12 or English 12 First Peoples; Principles of Math 12 or Pre-Calculus 12;

One of Biology 12, Chemistry 12, Geology 12 or Physics 12 One other approved Grade 12 course



English 11; plus a Language 11; Principles of Math 11; Pre-Calculus 11 or Foundations of Mathematics 12 Two of Biology 11; Chemistry 11, or Physics 11, An approved Social Studies course

Arts (*1)

English 12 or English 12 First Peoples; Three other approved Grade 12 courses

English 11; plus a Language 11; One of the following: Principles of Math 11; Pre-Calculus 11 Or Foundations of Mathematics 12 An approved Science 11 course; An approved Social Studies 11 course Students intending to major in Economics must complete Principles of Math 12 or Pre-Calculus 12

Commerce

English 12 or English 12 First Peoples; Principles of Math 12 or Pre-Calculus 12; Two other approved grade 12 courses;

English 11; plus a Language 11; One of the following: Principles of Math 11; Pre-Calculus 11 Or Foundations of Mathematics 12 An approved Science 11 course An approved Social studies course

Dental Hygiene

English 12 or English 12 First Peoples; Biology 12; Chemistry 12; One other approved Grade 12 course;

English 11; plus a Language 11 Biology 11; Chemistry 11; One of the following: Principles of Math 11; Pre-Calculus 11 Or Foundations of Mathematics 12 An approved Social Studies course

Engineering

English 12 or English 12 First Peoples; Chemistry 12; Principles of Math 12 or Pre-Calculus 12; Physics 12

English 11; plus a Language 11; Chemistry 11 and Physics 11 One of the following: Principles of Mathematics 11, Pre-Calculus 11, or Foundations of Mathematics 12 An approved Social Studies course

Food Nutrition & Health



English 12 or English 12 First Peoples; Principles of Math 12 or Pre-Calculus 12; One of Biology 12; Chemistry 12; Geology 12 or Physics 12; One other approved Grade 12 course

English 11; plus a Language 11; One of the following: Principles of Math 11; Pre-Calculus 11 Or Foundations of Mathematics 12 Two of Biology 11, Chemistry 11 or Physics 11; An approved Social Studies 11

Forest Res Mgmt

Forest Operations; or Forest Science



English 12 or English 12 First Peoples; One of Principles of Math 12 or Pre-Calculus 12; One of Biology 12, Chemistry 12, or Physics 12; One other approved Grade 12 course

English 11; plus a Language 11; One of the following: Principles of Math 11; Pre-Calculus Or Foundations of Mathematics 12 Two of Biology 11, Chemistry 11 or Physics 11; An approved Social Studies course

International Economics

English 12 or English 12 First Peoples Principles of Math 12 or Pre-Calculus 12 Two other approved Grade 12 courses

English 11; plus a Language 11 One of the following: Principles of Math 11; Pre-Calculus Or Foundations of Mathematics 12 An approved Science 11 course An approved Social Studies course ;

Kinesiology

English 12 or English 12 First Peoples; One of Principles of Math 12 or Pre-Calculus 12; Biology 12; Chemistry 12; Geology 12; or Physics 12; Two other approved Grade 12 courses

English 11; plus a Language 11; One of the following: Principles of Math 11; Pre-Calculus Or Foundations of Mathematics 12 An approved Science 11 An approved Social Studies course

Media Studies

English 12 or English 12 First Peoples

One of geography 12, History 12, or English Literature 12

Portfolio submission

Two other approved Grade 12 courses



English 11 plus a language 11

One of the following: Principles of Math 11, Pre-Calculus 11 or Foundations of Math12

An approved Science 11 course

An approved social Studies course



Music

English 12 or English 12 First Peoples; Three other approved Grade 12 courses; An audition is also required

English 11; plus a Language 11; One of the following: Principles of Math 11; Pre-Calculus 11 or foundations of Mathematics 12 An approved Science 11; An approved Social Studies course

Natural Resources Conservation

English 12 or English 12 First Peoples; Principles of Math 12 or Pre-Calculus 12; One of Biology 12, Chemistry 12; or Physics 12 One other approved Grade 12 course

English 11; plus a Language 11; Chemistry 11 One of Biology 11; or Physics 11; One of the following: Principles of Math 11; Pre-Calculus 11 or Foundations of Mathematics 12 An approved Social Studies course

Science

B. Sc


English 12 or English 12 First Peoples; Principles of Math 12 or Pre-Calculus 12 (min 67%); Two other approved Grade 12 courses, including at least one of Biology 12; Chemistry 12; Geology 12 or Physics 12

English 11; plus a Language 11; Chemistry 11; and Physics 11; One of the following Principles of Math 11; Pre-Calculus 11 or Foundations of Mathematics 12 An approved Social Studies course

Wood Products Processing

English 12 or English 12 First Peoples; Principles of Math 12; or Pre-Calculus 12 one of Physics 12, Chemistry 12, Biology 12. One other approved Grade 12 course

English 11; plus a Language 11; One of the following: Principles of Math 11; Pre-Calculus Or Foundations of Mathematics 12 Chemistry 11, and Physics 11, An approved Social Studies course

*1 a language other than English at the Grade 12 level is recommended for all students planning to complete a Bachelor of Arts

degree. Students without a language 12 must take a language as part of their university studies.
What UBC means by “APPROVED GRADE 12 COURSES”

Applicants to UBC are required to write the BC Provincial Exams that are needed for graduation. BC Provincial Exam grades, including exams for English 12 or English 12 First Peoples, will be included only if they increase your admission average. However, in cases where a significant discrepancy exists (20% or more) between the course grade and the examination grade, UBC reserves the right to use the examination grade only.

The following courses are approved Grade 12 courses. They can be used to calculate your admissions average.
All Advanced Placement courses (AP Calculus cannot be used instead of Pre-Calculus12 or Principles of Mathematics 12 for programs that require Pre-Calculus 12 or Principles of Mathematics 12)

All International Baccalaureate courses (excluding Math Studies and AB Initio language courses)

* American Sign Language (ASL) 12

*BC First Nations Studies 12

* Biology 12 *Calculus 12 *Economics 12 *Law 12

*Chemistry 12 *English Literature 12 *English 12, or English 12 First Peoples (but not both) *French 12 or Francais Langue 12 (not both) *Geology 12 *German 12 * Geography 12 *History 12

*Japanese 12 *Mandarin 12 *Principles of Mathematics 12 or Pre-Calculus 12 (not both)

* Punjabi 12 *Spanish 12 *Halq’emeylem 12 *Heiltsuk 12 *Law 12

*Hul’q’umi’num’ 12 *Kwak’wala *liqwala/Kwakwala 12 *nsiylxcen (Okanagan language 12)

*Nte?kepmxcin *Upper St’at’imcets12 *Physics 12 * American Sign Language (ASL)12

*Nuu-chah-nulth 12 *Secwepemctsin (shuswap) *Shashishalhem 12 *Sim’algyax 12 *Tsek’ene 12
These courses taught in French can be used for admission, but Francais 12 cannot be used in place of English 12. All courses must be completed by June.
GRADE 11 MATH COURSES

This requirement may be satisfied with one of Principles of Mathematics 11, Pre-Calculus 11, IB Math Studies, or foundations of Mathematics 12.


GRADE 11 SCIENCE COURSES

This requirement may be satisfied with one of the following courses:

Biology 11; Chemistry 11; Earth Science 11; Physics 11; Applied Physics 11 and Applied Physics 12 (only if both courses have been successfully completed)
Grade 11 LANGUAGE 11 COURSES

Grade 11 Language courses at the beginner’s level are not accepted for admission. If you entered the BC school system after grade 9, you may be eligible for exemption from the Grade 11 Language course requirement. To apply for exemption, UBC needs a written statement from the school principal or counsellor indicating your date and grade of entry into the BC school system and UBC reference number. Statements must be emailed to language11.waiver@ubc.ca by February 15, 2016


If you have a diagnosed learning disability, you may be eligible for exemption from the Grade 11 Language requirement. To apply for exemption, please contact Access & Diversity.
UBC ENGLISH LANGUAGE ADMISSION STANDARD

English is the primary language of instruction at UBC. All prospective students are required to demonstrate a minimal level of English before they’re admitted.

There are nine ways to meet UBC’s minimum English standard for an undergraduate program. If you do not meet this requirement, you may be interested in one of our academic English development programs. Please refer to the UBC current calendar to review the nine ways to meet this requirement.


  • Achieve a grade of 70% or better on the Provincial examination portion of BC English 12 or English Literature 12 or the equivalent.

J. Mulder for David Thompson & Killarney Secondary School. The above information is based on the 2015/2016 College and University calendars/websites and

is intended as a guide. Users of this material are responsible for verifying the information is accurate and curre


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PROGRAM

GRADE 12 COURSES AND REQUIREMENTS

GRADE 11 COURSES AND REQUIREMENTS

ARTS

* English 12 or English 12 First Peoples

* Three other approved grade 12 courses





ENGINEERING

* English 12 or English 12 First Peoples

* Principles of Mathematics 12 OR Pre-Calculus 12

* Chemistry 12

* Physics 12






HUMAN KINETICS

* English 12 or English 12 First Peoples

* Biology 12

* one of Principles of Math 12 or Pre-Calculus 12

*One other approved Grade 12 course





*Chemistry 11

*Physics11



MANAGEMENT

* English 12 or English 12 First Peoples

* Principles of Math 12 or Pre-Calculus 12

* Two other approved Grade 12 courses





NURSING (BSN)

* English 12 or English 12 First Peoples

* Biology 12

*Chemistry 12

* One other approved Grade 12 courses




* One of Principles of Math 11, Pre- Calculus 11 or Foundations of Mathematics 12

* Chemistry 11

*Biology 11


SCIENCE

* English 12 or English 12 First Peoples

* Principles of Math 12 or Pre-Calculus 12 (min 67%)

* Two other approved Grade 12 courses including at least one of Biology 12, Chemistry 12, Geology 12, Geography 12 or Physics 12


* Chemistry 11

VISUAL ARTS (BFA)

*English 12 or English 12 First Peoples

*Three other approved examinable Gr. 12 courses

*Portfolio and letter of intent are required





INTERDISCIPLINARY PERFORMANCE (BFA)

* English 12 or English First Peoples

*Three other approved examinable Gr. 12 courses

*An audition and letter of intent are required




Please refer to UBC Vancouver information for all other admission information.


J. Mulder for David Thompson & Killarney Secondary School

The above information is based on the 2015/2016 College and University calendars/websites and is intended as a guide. Users of this material are

responsible for verifying the information is accurate and current.


UVIC - Victoria www.uvic.ca

ADMISSIONS - BRITISH COLUMBIA (includes YUKON): YEAR ONE
The academic qualifications for consideration from secondary school is high school graduation with a competitive admission average. The admission average is calculated using all required grade 12 courses. Each faculty determines their cutoff and it changes on an annual basis due to limits on enrollment and the competitiveness of certain programs. The actual cutoffs for the previous year are posted on the website and generally range from 75-90%.
Students graduating prior to June 2008 were required to write provincial examinations for all courses being used to meet admission requirements if an exam was offered for that course. Students graduating in June 2008 and beyond, must have written provincial examinations in any subject where it is mandatory in order to meet BC Graduation Program requirements. When a student elects to write an optional grade 12 provincial exam, the higher of the school mark or the blended grade (school mark and provincial exam result combined) will be used in the admission average calculation.

FACULTY

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

BUSINESS


English 11 & 12 or English 11 & 12 First Peoples

Pre-Calculus 11 and 12



Approved science 11 course

Approved Social Studies 11

Two approved academic 12 courses


CHILD and YOUTH CARE ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

HUMANITIES

SOCIAL SCIENCES


COMPUTER SCIENCE

English 11 & 12 or English 11 & 12 First Peoples

Foundations of Math 11 or Pre-calculus 11

Approved science 11

Approved social studies 11

Three approved academic 12 courses

English 11and 12, English12 First Peoples

Social Studies 11

Pre-Calculus11

Pre-calculus 12 with at least 65%

Approved Science 11 and 12

Approved academic 12 course



ENGINEERING

FINE ARTS

English 11 and 12 or English 12 First Peoples

Pre-calculus 11

Pre-calculus 12 with at least 73%

Chemistry11

Physics 11 & 12

Approved Social Studies 11

Approved academic 12 course (Chemistry 12 recommended)
English 11 or English 12: First Peoples 11 & 12

English 12 or English 12 first Peoples

Approved social studies 11

Three of foundations of Math 11 or Pre-calculus 11, approved science 11, approved language 11 or approved fine arts 11

Two approved academic 12 courses

One additional approved academic 12 or approved fine arts 12
















HEALTH INFORMATION SCIENCE

English 12 or English 12 First Peoples

Social Studies 11

Principles of Mathematics 12 or Pre-calculus 12, or Foundations of Math 12

(Principles of Math 12 or Pre-calculus 12 is required for students wishing to complete the combined Major in computer Science and Health Information Science)

Two approved academic 12 courses


SCIENCE

English 11

Principles of Mathematics 11, Pre-Calculus 11, Foundations of Mathematics 11

Social Studies 11

approved science 11 course

English 12 or English 12: First Peoples

three approved academic 12 courses















J. Mulder, David Thompson/Killarney Secondary School

The above information is based on the 2014/2015 College and University calendars/websites and is intended as a guide. Users of this material are responsible for verifying the information is accurate and current.


U.N.B.C. - Prince George; Terrace; Prince Rupert; South central; Peace River-Liard; Nass Valley - Affiliate www.unbc.ca
Provincial Admission Requirements for Applicants from BC and Yukon High Schools
English 12 or English first Peoples 12. Applications of Mathematics, BC First Nations studies, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Comparative Civilizations, Economics, English Literature, Francais, francais Language Seconde, Immersion, French, german, Geography, Geology, History, Japanese, Latin, Law, Mandarin, Math Foundation, Middle Earth, Physics, Pre-calculus, Principles of Mathematics, Punjabi, Social Justice, Spanish, Sustainable resources, Technical and Professional Communication, Writing. + 1 additional gr. 12 course.



DEGREE

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

RECOMMENDED COURSES AND/OR OTHER DETAILS

MINIMUM AVERAGE TO APPLY

ARTS

Provincial admission requirements




65%

COMMERCE

Provincial admission requirements

Pre-calculus 12 recommended for prerequisite purposes

65%

EDUCATION

90 credit hours of university course work for elementary. 4 year Bachelor for secondary

Please visit www.unbc.ca/education for specific information

2.33 GPA Competitive entry

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Provincial admission requirements including Pre-calculus 12, two approved Science 12 courses, and chemistry 11

Physics 12 and chemistry 12 are highly recommended

75% minimum, Competitive entry

HEALTH SCIENCES

Provincial admission requirements + Biology 12 (65% min), and Pre-calculus 11 (65% min)

Applicants to theBio-Medical stream are encouraged to take Pre-Calculus 12

65% min

NURSING

Provincial admission requirements including English 12 or English First Peoples 12 (67% min), Biology 12 (73% min within 5 years prior to the semester of admission to NCBNP), Principles of Math 11 (67% min) or Foundations of Math 11 (67% min), and chemistry 11 (67% min)

To apply, please contact our partner institutions:

Prince George/Quesnel: www.cnc.bc.ca terrace: www.nwcc.bc.ca



67% min Competitive entry

PLANNING

Provincial admission requirements

Pre-calculus 12 recommended for prerequisite purposes

65%

SCIENCE

Provincial admission requirements

Biology 11 & 12, Pre-calculus 12, and Physics 12 are recommended for many science degrees

65%

SOCIAL WORK

60 credit hours including FNST 100, SOCW 200, SOCW 201, and WMST 100

Must provide references and a statement of intent. Please visit www.unbc.ca/socialwork for complete details

2.67 GPA, Competitive entry

Approved Gr. 12 Courses: Applications of Mathematics, BC First Nations Studies, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Comparative Civilizations, Economics, English Literature, French, German, Geography, Geology, History, Japanese, Latin, Law, Mandarin, Math Foundations, Middle Earth, Physics, Pre-Calculus, Principles of Mathematics, Punjabi, Social Justice, Sustainable resources, Spanish, Technical and Professional Communications, Writing.
Approved AP and IB (all standard level and higher level) courses can be used in place of any approved Grade 12 Canadian high school course.
NURSING: UNBC’S partner institutions, the College of New Caledonia (CNC) & Northwest Community College (NWCC) are processing admissions to the Northern Collaborative Baccalaureate Nursing Program. If you wish to apply to the Prince George or Quesnel campuses, please apply through CNC: http://www.cnc.bc.ca/Exploring/Applying_toCNC.htm; if you wish to apply to our

Terrace campus, please apply through NWCC at:



http://www.nwcc.bc.ca/AdmissionRegistration/admission_application.cfm

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The above information is based on the 2014/20125 College and University calendars/websites and is intended as a guide. Users of this material are responsible for

verifying the information is accurate and current.



VANCOUVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE - Downtown, King Edward Campus
Admission requirements vary by program, and may include assessments or interviews; some programs have a competitive selection process, while others may require a portfolio. Detailed information for each program is available online on the VCC website at www.vcc.ca which includes the most up-to-date information on program content, admission requirements, prerequisites, tuition fees

And related costs.


Access Programs

Adult Basic Education (ABE)

Adult Upgrading

Basic Education

LINC _Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada

Health Sciences Upgrading Courses


APPRENTICESHIPS - Training areas include:

Baking and Pastry Arts (baker)

Culinary Arts (Cook)

Automotive Collision Repair Technician

Automotive Glass Technician

Automotive Paint and Refinishing Technician

Automotive Refinishing Prep Technician

Automotive Service Technician

Commercial Transport Vehicle Mechanic

Heavy Duty Mechanic


BUSINESS PROGRAMS:

Administrative Assistant

Applied Business Technology

Building Manager Certificate

Business and Technical Writing

Business leadership and Management

Executive Assistant

Leadership Certificate

Leadership Coaching Associate Certificate

Legal Administrative Assistant

Management Skills for Supervisors

Medical Office Assistant

Medical Transcriptionist

Office Administration

Paralegal Certificate

Wedding and Event Management Certificate


DESIGN PROGRAMS:

Digital Graphic Design

Fashion Merchandising Associate Certificate

Hair Design

Interior Design Certificate

Jewellery Art and Design

Kitchen and Bath Design Diploma

Makeup Artistry Certificate

Skin and body therapy

Gemmology + Jewellery


HUMAN SERVICES

Addiction Counselling Skills

Community counselling skills

Early childhood Care and Education

ECCE – Infant and Toddler

ECCE – Special Needs


HEALTH SCIENCES – Health Care Assistant

Acute Care skills

Health care Assistant

Health care assistant ESL

Dental Assisting – Certified

Dental Hygiene

Dental reception coordinator

Dental technology

Denturist

Access to Practical Nursing

Nursing (BScN) Advanced entry

Nursing (BScN) Year 1 Entry

Practical Nursing – LPN

Health Unit Coordinator

Medical Device Reprocessing technician

Medical Laboratory Assistant

Occupational/Physical therapist assistant

Pharmacy Technician

Speech and Hearing Support Personnel
HOSPITALITY - MANAGEMENT

Hospitality Management

Bachelor of Hospitality Management
HOSPITALITY - BAKING

Baking and Pastry Arts – Artisan Baking

Baking and Pastry Arts – Pastry

Baking and Pastry Arts ESL

Baking Foundation – High School Ace-It
HOSPITALITY – CULINARY ARTS

Asian Culinary Arts

Culinary Arts

Cylinart Arts ESL

Culinary Arts – High school Ace-It
INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

Online/eLearning Instruction

Provincial Instructor Diploma

TEFL Young Learners Certificate

TESOL Certificate (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)

TESOL Diploma (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)

TESOL Diploma – Fast track

Tutoring ESOL Certificate (English to Speakers of Other Languages)


MUSIC and DANCE

Bachelor of Applied Music

Bachelor of Performing Arts

Dance


Music
SIGN LANGUAGE STUDIES

ASL and Deaf studies

ASL and Deaf Studies Introductory Courses

STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

Adult Special Education

Applied technology for Visually Impaired

Career Awareness

Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Deaf and Hard of Hearing – Job Readiness

Food Service Careers

Office Administration for the Visually Impaired

Retail and Hospitality Careers (Adult Special Education)

Visually Impaired Adult Program


TECHNOLOGY

Drafting Technician - Architectural

Drafting Technician - Architectural - Civil/Structural

Drafting Technician – Steel Detailing

Networking Technology Certificate
TRANSPORTATION TRADES

Automotive Collision Repair Technician

Automotive Refinishing Prep Technician

Automotive Service Technician

Heavy Mechanical trades

Automotive refinishing Prep – Technician-High School Ace-It

Automotive Collision repair Technician – High School Ace-It
UNIVERSITY TRANSFER (CERTIFICATES and FIRST YEAR COURSES)

University Transfer Arts certificate

University Transfer Pathway to Health Sciences Certificate

University Transfer Science Certificate

University Transfer Computing Science and Software Systems

University Transfer (First Year Courses)

First –Year University Transfer Engineering
www.vcc.ca

J. Mulder, David Thompson/Killarney Secondary School

The above information is based on the 2014/2015 College and University calendars/websites and is intended as a guide. Users of this material are responsible for verifying the information is accurate and current.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The information in this booklet is to provide you with the basic information. Please refer to the calendar or website for more detailed

Information.

Application dates/cutoffs vary from institutions. Please refer to the calendar or website for the exact deadlines.
NON-ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS:
These are for selective entry/Career programs; these are part of the admission requirements.

 Portfolio

 Letter of Intent (essay)

 Reference Letters

 First Aid Certificates

 TB Skin Tests

 Criminal Record Search/Driver’s Abstract

 Interview

 Volunteer Hours/Work Experience
CO-OP EDUCATION:

Provides students with good work experience, employer contact, experience and skills within industry.



POST-SECONDARY CREDENTIALS:
Citation: Individual Courses that you take, usually anywhere up to 6 months in length, provides the opportunity for continuing

education, upgrading of skills. Courses may include computer courses, aromatherapy, Auto Cad, Nursing refresher

courses, early childhood specialty courses.
Certificate: Up to a One Year Program: (Max. 30 credits), students select courses to meet their individual needs and explore

Career objective and gain valuable workplace skills


Diploma: 2 Year prescribed program: (Max 60 credits), prepares students for entry-level positions, students have a more

enhanced knowledge and are better prepared for advancement. These credits are usually transferable toward the

Degree program.
Associate Degree: 2 Year Program: Max 60 credits of first and second year in a variety of academic areas

Students are required to complete a broad range of course offerings balanced with in-depth study in specific disciplines. Students who hold an Associate Degree are admitted to the University with priority over other transfer students.


Degree: 4 Year Program: Successfully completing 120 credits in a recognized post-secondary institution where specific

requirements have been met.


J. Mulder, David Thompson/Killarney Secondary School



The above information is based on the 2014/2015 College and University calendars/websites and is intended as a guide. Users of this material are responsible for verifying the information is accurate and current.



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