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3.2.3 Non-Matriculated Student Admission 2020/2021

3.2.3 Non-Matriculated Student Admission

Applicants who will be 20 years of age by the end of the semester in which they are seeking admission and who cannot present the normal high school qualifications may be admitted under reduced requirements. Please note that students presenting international high school credentials are ineligible for admission as non-matriculated students.

A. Bachelor of Arts Programs

Non-matriculated applicants who seek admission to three- or four-year Bachelor of Arts degree programs must normally present a minimum admission average of 60% with a passing grade in each subject.

Applicants are reminded that admission is competitive; meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to Bachelor of Arts programs. Applicants are encouraged to apply early since the number of non-matriculated students admitted to Bachelor of Arts programs is limited. [Approved by the Faculty Council of the Faculty of Arts in April, 2020]

To be considered for admission, non-matriculated applicants must normally present the following course requirement:

  1. English Language Arts 30-1, or a minimum grade of C in three credits of university-level English.

B. Bachelor of Management Program

Non-matriculated applicants who seek admission to the four-year Bachelor of Management degree program must normally present a minimum admission average of 65%. Applicants are reminded that admission is competitive; meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to the program. Applicants are encouraged to apply early since the number of non-matriculated students admitted to this program is limited.

To be considered for admission, non-matriculated applicants must normally present the following course requirements or its equivalents:

  1. English Language Arts 30-1, or three credits of university-level English.
  2. Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2

Note:

  1. Specific university-level equivalents (refer to Table 3.2.1.B) may be used to substitute for high school course deficiencies.

C. Bachelor of Science Programs

Non-matriculated applicants who seek admission to three- or four-year Bachelor of Science degree programs must normally present a minimum admission average of 60% with a passing grade in each subject. Applicants are reminded that admission is competitive; meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to the program. Applicants are encouraged to apply early since the number of non-matriculated students admitted to this program is limited.

To be considered for admission, non-matriculated applicants must normally present the following course requirements:

  1. English Language Arts 30-1, or three credits of university-level English.
  2. Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2
  3. Two subjects from Group C

Note:

  1. Applicants should keep in mind that their chosen program may contain courses for which there are specific grade 12 prerequisites that must be met in addition to the subjects used for admission.
  2. Applicants pursuing a Biology concentration or major are strongly encouraged to present Biology 30 and
    Chemistry 30.
  3. Applicants pursing a Chemistry concentration or major are strongly encouraged to present Chemistry 30.
  4. Applicants pursuing an Environmental Science concentration or major are strongly encouraged to present Biology 30 and Chemistry 30.
  5. Specific university-level equivalents (refer to Table 3.2.1.B) may be used to substitute for high school course deficiencies.

D. Bachelor of Management & Bachelor of Science in Chemistry Dual Degrees Program

Non-matriculated applicants who seek admission to the Bachelor of Management & Bachelor of Science in Chemistry Dual Degrees program must normally present a minimum admission average of 65% with a passing grade in each subject.

Applicants are reminded that admission is competitive; meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to the program. Applicants are encouraged to apply early since the number of non-matriculated students admitted to this program is limited.

To be considered for admission, non-matriculated applicants must normally present the following course requirements:

  1. English Language Arts 30-1, or a minimum grade of C in three credits of university-level English.
  2. Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2
  3. Two Subjects from Group C

Note:

  1. Applicants should keep in mind that their chosen program may contain courses for which there are specific grade 12 prerequisites that must be met in addition to the subjects used for admission.
  2. Applicants pursuing a Chemistry major are strongly encouraged to present Chemistry 30.
  3. Specific university-level equivalents (refer to Table 3.2.1.B) may be used to substitute for high school course deficiencies.