Admissions - Application Process

Canadian Students

This page will show you how to apply to Acadia and what information you’ll need to send us. We will base this on what you tell us about yourself. You can correct or complete the information below.

 

When and What you need to Apply

When to Apply

You can apply to Acadia any time after October 1. However, you need to apply by March 1st if you want to be considered for an entrance scholarship. If you are selected to receive an entrance scholarship, we will notify you by mid-April.

What you'll need

To apply, you will need:

  • $40 CDN application processing fee, which you can pay online with a credit card.
  • Upload an unofficial transcript of your grade 11 results and current grade 12 results, or provide your final high school transcript (if available).

When and What you need to apply to Education

When to Apply

Applications for the 2023-2024 year will open in November 2022.

What you'll need

To apply, you will need:

  • $35 CDN application processing fee, which you can pay online with a credit card.
  • Official transcripts for all post-secondary institutions you have attended, except Acadia. High school transcripts are not required.
  • Supplemental Form (PDF) - As soon as your application has been processed, you can find this form by logging in to your Status Portal.
  • Referee Form - You should provide the electronic referee form link to each of your three referees, who may then complete and submit the form to us directly.
For full admissions requirements, including the Elementary and Secondary program streams, please visit the School of Education’s requirements page.

Admissions Guidelines for Alberta

  • Minimum overall average of 70% (75% for Biology and Kinesiology)
  • English 30-1
  • Four additional Grade 12 (30, 30-1 or 31) courses

Check our list of Grade 12 courses that can be used for admission and scholarship consideration
Accepted Courses

Admissions Guidelines for British Columbia

  • Minimum overall average of 70% (75% for Biology and Kinesiology)
  • English Studies 12 or English 12 First Peoples
  • Four additional Grade 12 university preparatory courses

Check our list of Grade 12 courses that can be used for admission and scholarship consideration
Accepted Courses

Admissions Guidelines for Manitoba

  • Minimum overall average of 70% (75% for Biology and Kinesiology)
  • Senior 4 English (40S)
  • Four additional Senior 4 (40S) courses

Check our list of Grade 12 courses that can be used for admission and scholarship consideration
Accepted Courses

Admissions Guidelines for New Brunswick

  • Minimum overall average of 70% (75% for Biology and Kinesiology)
  • Grade 12 English (120, 121 or 122)
  • Four additional Grade 12 (120, 121 or 122) university preparatory courses

Check our list of Grade 12 courses that can be used for admission and scholarship consideration
Accepted Courses

Admissions Guidelines for Newfoundland & Labrador

  • Minimum overall average of 70% (75% for Biology and Kinesiology)
  • English 3201
  • Four additional Grade 12 university preparatory (3000-level) courses

Check our list of Grade 12 courses that can be used for admission and scholarship consideration
Accepted Courses

Admissions Guidelines for Nova Scotia

  • Minimum overall average of 70% (75% for Biology and Kinesiology)
  • English 12 or English 12: African heritage
  • Four additional Grade 12 Academic or Advanced courses
  • Math at Work is not an academic course and cannot be accepted as a Mathematics requirement or additional academic course.

Check our list of Grade 12 courses that can be used for admission and scholarship consideration
Accepted Courses

Admissions Guidelines for Northwest Territories

  • Minimum overall average of 70% (75% for Biology and Kinesiology)
  • English 30-1
  • Four additional Grade 12 (30, 30-1 or 31) courses

Check our list of Grade 12 courses that can be used for admission and scholarship consideration
Accepted Courses

Admissions Guidelines for Nunavut

  • Minimum overall average of 70% (75% for Biology and Kinesiology)
  • English 30-1
  • Four additional Grade 12 (30, 30-1 or 31) courses

Check our list of Grade 12 courses that can be used for admission and scholarship consideration
Accepted Courses

Admissions Guidelines for Ontario

  • Minimum overall average of 70% (75% for Biology and Kinesiology)
  • Grade 12 university-level English (ENG4U)
  • Four additional Grade 12 university (U)- or university/college (M)- level courses

Check our list of Grade 12 courses that can be used for admission and scholarship consideration
Accepted Courses

Admissions Guidelines for Prince Edward Island

  • Minimum overall average of 70% (75% for Biology and Kinesiology)
  • Grade 12 English (621 or 611)
  • Four other grade 12 (621 or 611) courses

Check our list of Grade 12 courses that can be used for admission and scholarship consideration
Accepted Courses

Admissions Guidelines for Quebec

  • CEGEP English courses (2)
  • Minimum average of 70% (75% for Biology and Kinesiology)

Normally, one year of CEGEP study is considered equivalent to Nova Scotia Grade 12 for admission purposes. Students who complete the two-year CEGEP program with a 70% average and receive the DEC will be admitted to the second year of a four-year program. Exceptions may be made for very capable Quebec Secondary V applicants.

Admissions Guidelines for Saskatchewan

  • Minimum overall average of 70% (75% for Biology and Kinesiology)
  • Grade 12 English (English A30 and B30)
  • Four additional Grade 12 (30 level) courses

Check our list of Grade 12 courses that can be used for admission and scholarship consideration
Accepted Courses

Admissions Guidelines for Yukon

  • Minimum overall average of 70% (75% for Biology and Kinesiology)
  • English Studies 12 or English 12 First Peoples
  • Four additional Grade 12 university preparatory courses

Check our list of Grade 12 courses that can be used for admission and scholarship consideration
Accepted Courses

Admissions Guidelines for International Baccalaureate Students

The IB Diploma is accepted as a credential for admission to degree programs. IB final and predicted results may be used to consider applicants for both early fall and regular admission, as well as entrance scholarship.

  • IB Diploma including IB English with an overall score of 24 or better.
  • Students admitted to Acadia University with a score of 30 or higher on the IB Diploma will receive 30 hours of university credit.
  • Students who have completed IB courses but do not possess the Diploma will be considered based on their coursework. Acadia gives individual credit for IB courses completed at the higher level with grades of 5, 6 or 7.
Courses required for admission to certain programs (see "Specific program admission guidelines" below) must be completed with a 4 or better.

Requirements for Applied Science

  • Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 31 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Chemistry 30 is required for the certificate program (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Physics 30 recommended


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Applied Science

  • Precalculus 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Chemistry 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Physics 12 recommended.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Applied Science

  • Precalculus Math 40S (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Chemistry 40S (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Applied Science

  • Grade 12 Precalculus A (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Grade 12 Chemistry (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Grade 12 Physics recommended


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Applied Science

  • Mathematics 3200 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Chemistry 3202 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Physics 3204 recommended.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Applied Science

  • Precalculus 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Chemistry 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Physics 12 recommended.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Applied Science

  • Advanced Functions MHF4U (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Chemistry SCH4U (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Physics SPH4U recommended

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Applied Science

  • Mathematics 621B or 611 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Chemistry 621 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Physics 621 recommended


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Applied Science

  • CEGEP Precalculus Mathematics
  • CEGEP Chemistry is required for the certificate program (applicants without CEGEP Chemistry will be considered individually).
  • CEGEP Physics recommended.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Applied Science

  • Precalculus 30 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Chemistry 30 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Physics 30 is recommended.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Biology

  • Mathematics 30-1 or 30-2 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Chemistry 30 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Biology

  • Foundations of Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12
  • Chemistry 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Biology

  • Applied Mathematics 40S or Precalculus Mathematics 40S
  • Chemistry 40S (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Biology

  • Grade 12 Foundations of Mathematics or Precalculus A and B
  • Grade 12 Chemistry (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Biology

  • Mathematics 3200 or 3201
  • Chemistry 3202 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Biology

  • Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12
  • Chemistry 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Biology

  • Math of Data Management MDM4U or Advanced Functions MHF4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Biology

  • Mathematics 621A, 621B or 611
  • Chemistry 621 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Biology

  • CEGEP Mathematics (minimum grade of 60 % is required)
  • CEGEP Chemistry (minimum grade of 60 % is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Biology

  • Foundations of Math 30 or Precalculus 30
  • Chemistry 30 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Business Administration

  • English 30-1 with a minimum 70%
  • Mathematics 30-1, 30-2 or 31


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Business Administration

  • English 12 with a minimum grade of 70%
  • Foundations of Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Business Administration

  • English 40S with a minimum 70%
  • Applied Mathematics 40S.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Business Administration

  • Grade 12 English with minimum 70%
  • Grade 12 Foundations of Mathematics or Precalculus A and B.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Business Administration

  • English 3201 with a minimum 70%
  • Mathematics 3200 or 3201.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Business Administration

  • Grade 12 English with a minimum 70%
  • Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Business Administration

  • English (ENG4U) with a minimum 70%
  • Math of Data Management (MDM4U) or Advanced Functions (MHF4U)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Business Administration

  • English 621 with a minimum 70%
  • Mathematics 621A, 621B or 611.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Business Administration

  • CEGEP English with a minimum 70%
  • CEGEP Mathematics.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Business Administration

  • English 30 with a minimum 70%
  • Foundations of Math 30 or Precalculus 30.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Canadian Studies

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Chemistry

  • Mathematics 30-1 or 31 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Chemistry 30 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Chemistry

  • Precalculus 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Chemistry 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Chemistry

  • Mathematics 40S Precalculus
  • Chemistry 40S


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Chemistry

  • Grade 12 Precalculus A and B (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Grade 12 Chemistry (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Chemistry

  • Mathematics 3200
  • Chemistry 3202 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Chemistry

  • Precalculus 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Chemistry 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Chemistry

  • Advanced Functions MHF4U (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Chemistry SCH4U (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Chemistry

  • Mathematics 621B or 611 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Chemistry 621 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Chemistry

  • CEGEP Precalculus Mathematics
  • CEGEP Chemistry (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Chemistry

  • Precalculus 30 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Chemistry 30 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Classical Studies

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Community Development

  • Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Community Development

  • Foundations of Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Community Development

  • Applied Mathematics 40S or Precalculus Mathematics 40S


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Community Development

  • Grade 12 Foundations of Mathematics or Precalculus A and B


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Community Development

  • Mathematics 3200 or 3201


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Community Development

  • Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Community Development

  • Math of Data Management (MDM4U) or Advanced Functions (MHF4U)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Community Development

  • Mathematics 621A, 621B or 611


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Community Development

  • CEGEP Mathematics


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Community Development

  • Foundations of Math 30 or Precalculus 30


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Computer Science

  • Mathematics 30-1 or 31 with a minimum of 60% (applicants with only Mathematics 30-2 will be required to successfully complete the non-credit Math 0120 Advanced Pre-University Mathematics in the first semester of the program)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Computer Science

  • Precalculus 12 with a minimum grade of 60%. (applicants with only Foundations of Mathematics 12 will be required to successfully complete the non-credit Math 0120 Advanced Pre-University Mathematics in the first semester of the program)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Computer Science

  • Precalculus Mathematics 40S


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Computer Science

  • Grade 12 Precalculus A and B with a minimum grade of 60%. (applicants with only Grade 12 Foundations of Mathematics will be required to successfully complete the non-credit Math 0120 Advanced Pre-University Mathematics in their first semester)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Computer Science

  • Mathematics 3200 with a minimum grade of 60%. (applicants with only Mathematics 3201 will be required to successfully complete the non-credit Math 0120 Advanced Pre-University Mathematics in the first semester of the program).


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Computer Science

  • Precalculus 12 with a minimum grade of 60% (applicants with only Mathematics 12 will be required to successfully complete the non-credit Math 0120 Advanced Pre-University Mathematics in the first semester of the program)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Computer Science

  • Advanced Functions (MHF4U) with a minimum grade of 60% (applicants with only MDM4U will be required to successfully complete the non-credit Math 0120 course in the first semester of the program)

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Computer Science

  • Mathematics 621B or 611 with a minimum grade of 60% (applicants with only Mathematics 621A will be required to successfully complete the non-credit Math 0120 Advanced Pre-University Mathematics in the first semester of the program)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Computer Science

  • CEGEP Precalculus Mathematics with a minimum grade of 60%
  • Students with CEGEP Mathematics must complete Math 0120 in the first semester of the program


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Computer Science

  • Precalculus 30 with a minimum grade of 60% (applicants with only Foundations of Mathematics 30 will be required to successfully complete the non-credit Math 0120 Advanced Pre-University Mathematics in the first semester of the program)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Economics

  • Bachelor of Arts: Mathematics 30-1, 30-2 or 31
  • Bachelor of Science: Mathematics 30-1 or 31 with a minimum of 60%.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Economics

  • Bachelor of Arts: Foundations of Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12
  • Bachelor of Science: Precalculus 12 with a minimum grade of 60%.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Economics

  • Precalculus Mathematics 40S


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Economics

  • Bachelor of Arts: Grade 12 Foundations of Mathematics or Precalculus A and B
  • Bachelor of Science: Precalculus A and B with a minimum grade of 60%.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Economics

  • Bachelor of Arts: Mathematics 3200 or 3201
  • Bachelor of Science: Mathematics 3200 with a minimum grade of 60%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Economics

  • Bachelor of Arts: Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12
  • Bachelor of Science: Precalculus 12 with a minimum grade of 60%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Economics

  • Bachelor of Arts: Math of Data Management (MDM4U) or Advanced Functions (MHF4U)
  • Bachelor of Science: Advanced Functions with a minimum grade of 60%

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Economics

  • Bachelor of Arts: Mathematics 621A, 621B or 611
  • Bachelor of Science: Mathematics 621B or 611 with a minimum grade of 60%.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Economics

  • Bachelor of Arts: CEGEP Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Science: CEGEP Precalculus with a minimum grade of 60%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Economics

  • Bachelor of Arts: Foundations of Math 30 or Precalculus 30
  • Bachelor of Science: Precalculus 30 with a minimum grade of 60%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Education

A recognized Bachelor's degree with a minimum 2.67 (70%) GPA in the last three years (90 credit hours) of undergraduate study.

Requirements for Engineering

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for English

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental & Sustainability Studies

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Geoscience

  • Mathematics 30-1, 30-2 or 31
  • Chemistry 30 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Geoscience

  • Foundations of Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12
  • Chemistry 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Geoscience

  • Applied Mathematics 40S or Precalculus Mathematics 40S
  • Chemistry 40S (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Geoscience

  • Grade 12 Foundations of Mathematics or Precalculus A and B
  • Grade 12 Chemistry (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Geoscience

  • Mathematics 3200 or 3201
  • Chemistry 3202 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Geoscience

  • Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12
  • Chemistry 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Geoscience

  • Math of Data Management MDM4U or Advanced Functions MHF4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Geoscience

  • Mathematics 621A, 621B or 611
  • Chemistry 621 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Geoscience

  • CEGEP Mathematics
  • CEGEP Chemistry (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Geoscience

  • Foundations of Math 30 or Precalculus 30
  • Chemistry 30 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Science

  • Mathematics 30-1, 30-2 or 31
  • Chemistry 30 with a minimum grade of 60%.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Science

  • Foundations of Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12
  • Chemistry 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Science

  • Applied Mathematics 40S or Precalculus Mathematics 40S
  • Chemistry 40S (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Science

  • Grade 12 Foundations of Mathematics or Precalculus A and B
  • Grade 12 Chemistry (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Science

  • Mathematics 3200 or 3201
  • Chemistry 3202 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Science

  • Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12
  • Chemistry 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Science

  • Math of Data Management MDM4U or Advanced Functions MHF4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U (minimum grade of 60% is required)

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Science

  • Mathematics 621A, 621B or 611
  • Chemistry 621 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Science

  • CEGEP Mathematics
  • CEGEP Chemistry (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Science

  • Foundations of Math 30 or Precalculus 30
  • Chemistry 30 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for French

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Geology

  • Mathematics 30-1, 30-2 or 31
  • Chemistry 30 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Geology

  • Foundations of Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12
  • Chemistry 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Geology

  • Applied Mathematics 40S or Precalculus Mathematics 40S
  • Chemistry 40S (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Geology

  • Grade 12 Foundations of Mathematics or Precalculus A and B
  • Grade 12 Chemistry (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Geology

  • Mathematics 3200 or 3201
  • Chemistry 3202 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Geology

  • Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12
  • Chemistry 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Geology

  • MMath of Data Management MDM4U or Advanced Functions MHF4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Geology

  • Mathematics 621A, 621B or 611
  • Chemistry 621 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Geology

  • CEGEP Mathematics
  • CEGEP Chemistry (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Geology

  • Foundations of Math 30 or Precalculus 30
  • Chemistry 30 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for German

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for History

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Kinesiology

  • Mathematics 30-1, 30-2 or 31


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Kinesiology

  • Foundations of Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Kinesiology

  • Applied Mathematics 40S or Precalculus 40S


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Kinesiology

  • Grade 12 Foundations of Mathematics or Precalculus A and B


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Kinesiology

  • Mathematics 3200 or 3201


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Kinesiology

  • Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Kinesiology

  • Mathematics of Data Management (MDM4U) or Advanced Functions (MHF4U).


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Kinesiology

  • Mathematics 621A, 621B or 611


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Kinesiology

  • CEGEP Mathematics


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Kinesiology

  • Foundations of Math 30 or Precalculus 30


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Law & Society

  • TBA


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Law & Society

  • TBA


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Law & Society

  • TBA


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Law & Society

  • TBA


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Law & Society

  • TBA


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Law & Society

  • TBA


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Law & Society

  • TBA

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Law & Society

  • TBA


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Law & Society

  • TBA


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Law & Society

  • TBA


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics & Statistics

  • Mathematics 30-1 or 31 with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics & Statistics

  • Precalculus 12 with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics & Statistics

  • Applied Mathematics 40S or Precalculus 40S with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics & Statistics

  • Grade 12 Precalculus A and B with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics & Statistics

  • Mathematics 3200 with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics & Statistics

  • Precalculus 12 with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics & Statistics

  • Advanced Functions (MHF4U) with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics & Statistics

  • Mathematics 621B or 611 with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics & Statistics

  • CEGEP Precalculus Mathematics with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics & Statistics

  • Precalculus 30 with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics Education

  • Mathematics 30-1 or 31 with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics Education

  • Precalculus 12 with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics Education

  • Applied Mathematics 40S or Precalculus 40S with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics Education

  • Grade 12 Precalculus A and B with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics Education

  • Mathematics 3200 with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics Education

  • Precalculus 12 with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics Education

  • Advanced Functions (MHF4U) with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics Education

  • Mathematics 621B or 611 with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics Education

  • CEGEP Precalculus Mathematics with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics Education

  • Precalculus 30 with a minimum 70%


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music Therapy

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music Therapy

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music Therapy

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music Therapy

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music Therapy

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music Therapy

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music Therapy

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music Therapy

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music Therapy

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music Therapy

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Nutrition & Dietetics

  • Mathematics 30-1, 30-2 or 31
  • Chemistry 30 (minimum grade of 60% required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Nutrition & Dietetics

  • Foundations of Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12
  • Chemistry 12 (minimum grade of 60% required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Nutrition & Dietetics

  • Applied Mathematics 40S
  • Precalculus 40S
  • Chemistry 40S.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Nutrition & Dietetics

  • Grade 12 Foundations of Mathematics or Precalculus A and B
  • Grade 12 Chemistry (minimum grade of 60% required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Nutrition & Dietetics

  • Mathematics 3200 or 3201
  • Chemistry 3202 (minimum grade of 60% required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Nutrition & Dietetics

  • Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12
  • Chemistry 12 (minimum grade of 60% required)
  • Physics 12 recommended


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Nutrition & Dietetics

  • Math of Data Management MDM4U or Advanced Functions MHF4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Nutrition & Dietetics

  • Mathematics 621A, 621B or 611
  • Chemistry 621 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Nutrition & Dietetics

  • CEGEP Mathematics
  • CEGEP Chemistry (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Nutrition & Dietetics

  • Foundations of Math 30 or Precalculus 30
  • Chemistry 30 (minimum grade of 60% is required)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Philosophy

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Physics

  • Mathematics 30-1 or 31
  • Physics 30 recommended.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Physics

  • Precalculus 12 (minimum grade of 60% is required)
  • Physics 12 recommended.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Physics

  • Senior 4 Mathematics 40S Precalculus
  • Senior 4 Physics 40S recommended


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Physics

  • Grade 12 Precalculus A and B
  • Grade 12 Physics recommended


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Physics

  • Mathematics 3200 (minimum grade of 60% required)
  • Physics 3204 recommended


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Physics

  • Precalculus 12 (minimum grade of 60% required)
  • Physics 12 recommended


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Physics

  • Advanced Functions (MHF4U)
  • Grade 12 Physics (SPH4U) recommended.

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Physics

  • Mathematics 621B or 611
  • Physics 621 recommended


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Physics

  • CEGEP Precalculus Mathematics (minimum grade of 60% required)
  • CEGEP Physics recommended


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Physics

  • Precalculus 30 (minimum grade of 60% required)
  • Physics 30 recommended


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Politics

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Psychology

  • Mathematics 30-1 or 30-2


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Psychology

  • Foundations of Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Psychology

  • Applied Mathematics 40S or Precalculus 40S


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Psychology

  • Grade 12 Foundations of Mathematics or Precalculus A and B


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Psychology

  • Mathematics 3200 or 3201


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Psychology

  • Mathematics 12 or Precalculus 12


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Psychology

  • Grade 12 Math of Data Management (MDM4U) or Advanced Functions (MHF4U)

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Psychology

  • Mathematics 621A or 621B


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Psychology

  • CEGEP Mathematics


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Psychology

  • Foundations of Math 30 or Precalculus 30


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Sociology

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Spanish

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Theatre

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Theology

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Women's & Gender Studies

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Applied Science

  • IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL) or Applications and Interpretations (SL or HL).
  • IB Physics recommended.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Biology

  • IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL) or Applications and Interpretations (SL or HL)
  • IB Chemistry


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Business Administration

  • IB English
  • IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL) or Applications and Interpretations (SL or HL)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Canadian Studies

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Chemistry

  • IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL) or Applications and Interpretations (SL or HL)
  • IB Chemistry


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Classical Studies

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Community Development

  • IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL) or Applications and Interpretations (SL or HL)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Computer Science

  • IB Mathematics


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Economics

  • IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL) or Applications and Interpretations (SL or HL)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Engineering

  • IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL) or Applications and Interpretations (SL or HL)
  • IB Physics recommended


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for English

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental & Sustainability Studies

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Geoscience

  • IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL) or Applications and Interpretations (SL or HL)
  • IB Chemistry


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Environmental Science

  • IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL) or Applications and Interpretations (SL or HL)
  • IB Chemistry


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for French

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Geology

  • IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL) or Applications and Interpretations (SL or HL)
  • IB Chemistry


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Germany

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for History

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Kinesiology

  • IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL) or Applications and Interpretations (SL or HL)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Law & Society

  • TBA


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics & Statistics

  • IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL) or Applications and Interpretations (SL or HL)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Mathematics Education

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Music Therapy

  • All prospective music students will complete a School of Music application. For students interested in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Therapy degrees, a live (or recorded) audition is required with the application.


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Nutrition & Dietetics

  • IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL) or Applications and Interpretations (SL or HL)
  • IB Chemistry


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Philosophy

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Physics

  • IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL) or Applications and Interpretations (SL or HL)
  • IB Physics recommended


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Politics

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Psychology

  • IB Mathematics Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL) or Applications and Interpretations (SL or HL)


When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Sociology

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Spanish

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Theatre

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Theology

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Requirements for Women's & Gender Studies

When choosing your high school courses, you should note that several courses taken in the first year of university have secondary school prerequisites. Generally, students continuing university work in subjects available in secondary school are advised to have senior year secondary school standing in those subjects.

Mature Student Requirements

Not all paths lead to starting university immediately after high school. If you are a mature student, our small classes and the strong level of interaction between our faculty and students may be the right fit for you.

A mature student is someone who:

  • plans to study on a full-time basis
  • has been out of high school for a minimum of four years
  • does not meet the published academic admission guidelines

As a mature applicant, you will need to provide:

  • transcripts of all academic work completed, such as your high school transcript and transcripts from any courses or programs you took at other universities or colleges
  • two letters of reference from employers
  • a resume
  • an outline of your future plans

    and to be present for interviews if required.

We may encourage you to take up to 18 credit-hours of specified courses as an independent part-time student. A typical Fall or Winter course is 3 credit-hours, and a full-year course is 6 credit-hours.

If you achieve grades of C- or better in each of those courses, we will admit you to a degree program, and the credits you earned will count towards your program.

Send official transcripts by mail to:

Admissions Office
Acadia University
15 University Ave
PO Box 7
Wolfville NS
B4P 2R6 Canada

References, your future plans, and other supporting documents can be emailed to admissions@acadiau.ca

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Applying for Readmission Requirements

If you would like to return to Acadia for further studies, you will need to re-apply if:

  • you have been absent from Acadia for one academic year or longer
  • you graduated from the program you were admitted for
  • you were subject to academic dismissal

If you were dismissed from Acadia and you are re-admitted, you will have an academic standing of probation.

What you’ll need to apply:

  • $40 CDN application processing fee
  • All official transcripts for studies completed at any other institutions
  • An up-to-date resume outlining your work experience, volunteer activities, and educational background

If you are reapplying after a period of academic dismissal, you also need to include a cover letter and letter of reference. Your cover letter should explain why you feel you did not perform well at Acadia in the past and why you would do better if readmitted.

Send official documents (transcripts from other institutions, etc.) by mail to:

Admissions Office
Acadia University
15 University Ave
PO Box 7
Wolfville NS
B4P 2R6
Canada

Resumes, cover letters, and other documents may be emailed to admissions@acadiau.ca

Homeschool Student Requirements

Homeschooled students are welcome to apply to Acadia. We review these applications on a case-by-case basis. You will be asked to provide documentation such as:

  • a cover letter
  • course grades
  • outlines of the curriculum covered in your schooling, including a list of books/textbooks
  • completion of specific program required courses
  • any external test scores or transcripts, and grades, cover letters, etc.

Please send official documents (such as external test scores or transcripts) by mail to:

Admissions Office
Acadia University
15 University Ave
PO Box 7
Wolfville NS
B4P 2R6
Canada

Transfer Student Requirements

Acadia welcomes students from other universities who are interested in transferring to Acadia or in taking select courses here. Acadia’s small town environment, student research opportunities, and strong student-faculty interaction may offer the right fit for you.

  • $40 CDN application processing fee
  • All official mid-year or final university transcripts

Letter of Permission

If you would like to take one or more courses at Acadia while you continue to attend your home university, you will need a Letter of Permission. Complete our application form and have your university’s Registrar send us a letter of permission and an official transcript. The letter of permission establishes that your home university will recognize the credits that you plan to earn at Acadia.

Transferring to Acadia

If you would like to transfer to Acadia and earn your degree here, please complete the admission application and ask your current university to send us your transcript for evaluation.

Transfer credits will normally be given for individual courses which are applicable to your intended undergraduate degree program of study. Courses must have a minimum grade of C- to be eligible for transfer credit.

Most of our programs require you to have a 2.0 GPA. The following programs require a 2.5 GPA:

  • Biology
  • Business Administration
  • Computer Science
  • Environmental Science
  • Kinesiology
  • Psychology
  • Nutrition
  • Community Development
  • Applied Science (Engineering)

Please have transcripts and other official documents mailed to:

Admissions Office
Acadia University
15 University Ave
PO Box 7
Wolfville NS B4P 2R6
Canada

Other applicable documents may be emailed to admissions@acadiau.ca

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After you've applied

We’ll email you to let you know we received your application. If we need more information, we’ll post a request to your application status. Once you’ve sent in all the required documents, we’ll make an admission decision within 3 to 4 business days.

Your next steps

  • Are you ready? If you’ve applied and been admitted, you can accept your offer to confirm that you plan to come to Acadia.
  • Once you’ve accepted your offer, you can apply for a room in Residence.