Admissions Requirements

High school applicants must meet the following minimum requirements:

  • High school graduation
  • Minimum average of 70% on five successfully completed Grade 12 academic courses including Grade 12 academic English (or French for applicants from Francophone schools)
  • Four remaining Grade 12 academic electives from the list below

The following admissions requirements are for high school students considering applying to one of the following undergraduate degree programs: Please contact the Admission’s Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

Bachelor of Arts - Requirements & Electives

New Brunswick requirements

  • English 122
  • Four additional Grade 12 Academic Level Courses
  • Minimum admission average – 70%.

New Brunswick Electives

  • Advanced Math 120
  • Atlantic Literature 12
  • Biology 120
  • Business Organization & Management 120
  • Calculus 120
  • Canadian Literature 120
  • Chemistry 122
  • Communications 120 (Media Studies 120)
  • Economics 120
  • Environ. Studies 122
  • FILA 120
  • French 122
  • Geography 120
  • Geology 120
  • History 112
  • History 122
  • Journalism 12
  • Latin 120
  • Law 120
  • Marketing 122
  • Math 122
  • Math 112
  • Native Studies 120
  • Physics 122
  • Political Science 120
  • Psychology 120
  • Reading Tutor 120
  • Science 122
  • Sociology 12
  • Sociology 120
  • Spanish 120
  • Stats 120
  • World Issues 120
  • Writing 110
  • Foundational Mathematics 11
  • Financial and Workplace Mathematics 11
  • Foundations 12
  • Pre-Calculus 12A or 12B

Nova Scotia requirements

  • English 12
  • Four additional Grade 12 Academic Level Courses
  • Minimum admission average – 70%.

Nova Scotia Electives

  • Pre-Calculus Math 12
  • Biology 12
  • Business Management 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computing Science 12
  • Co-op Educ. 12
  • Economics 12
  • Envir. Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Gaelic 12
  • Global Geography 12
  • Geology 12
  • German 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Latin 12
  • Law 12
  • Math (Academic) 11
  • Math (Advanced) 11
  • Math (Academic) 12
  • Math (Advanced) 12
  • Oceans 11
  • Physics 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Spanish 12

Prince Edward Island requirements

  • English 621
  • Four additional Grade 12 Academic Level Courses
  • Minimum admission average – 70%.

Prince Edward Island Electives

  • Accounting 621
  • Pre-Calculus Math 611B
  • Calculus Math 611A
  • Biology 621
  • Botany 621
  • Business Organization & Management 621
  • Chemistry 621
  • Computer Studies 621
  • Economics 621
  • Conservation 521
  • French 621
  • Geography 621
  • Global Studies 621
  • Geology 621
  • History 521
  • History 621
  • Modern World Survey 521
  • Law 521
  • Math 521A
  • Math 521B
  • Math 621A
  • Math 621B
  • Physics 621
  • Political Science 621
  • Psychology 621
  • Sociology 621
  • Spanish 621
  • Oceanography 621

Newfoundland & Labrador requirements

  • English 3201
  • Four additional Grade 12 Academic Level Courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%

Newfoundland & Labrador Electives

  • Biology 3201
  • Calculus 4225
  • Chemistry 3202
  • Communications Technology 3104
  • Environmental Science 3205
  • French 3201
  • Global Economics 3103
  • Global Issues 3205
  • Geology 3202
  • Academic Math 2204.
  • Advanced Math 2205
  • Math 3204
  • Math 3205
  • Math 3207
  • Physics 3204
  • Psychology 4220
  • Statistics 3104
  • World History 3201
  • World Geography 3200 or 3202
  • Geography 2200 or 2202
  • Calculus 4225

Quebec requirements

  • English 516
  • Four additional Grade 12 Academic Level Courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%.
  • Quebec students must have one year of CEGEP (or post-secondary education)

Quebec Electives

  • Biology 534
  • Honours Chemistry 554
  • Chemistry 534
  • Computer Science 534
  • Economics 514
  • French 536
  • History 414
  • World History 514
  • Math 436
  • Math 536
  • Honours Physics 554
  • Physics 534

Ontario requirements

  • English 4U
  • Four additional Grade 12 Academic Level Courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

Ontario Electives

  • Accounting BAT4M
  • Business BBB4M
  • Business BOH4M
  • Math MCV4U
  • Math MGA4U
  • English EAE4U
  • English Literature ETS 4U
  • Writer’s Craft EWC4U
  • Biology SBI4U
  • Math MHF4U
  • Math MCB4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U
  • Computer Engineering ICE 4M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS3M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS4M
  • Economics CIA4U
  • Environmental Science SES4U
  • French FSF4U
  • Geography CGR4M
  • Geography CGO4M
  • Geography CGD3M
  • Geography CGF3M
  • Geography CGW4U
  • Geography CGU4U
  • History CHA3U
  • History CHW3M
  • History CHI4U
  • History CHY4U
  • History LVV4U
  • Law CLN4U
  • Math MDM 4U
  • Math MCF3M
  • Math MCR3U
  • Native Studies NDG4M
  • Native Studies NDW4M
  • Physics SPH4U
  • Political Science CPW4U
  • Sociology HSP3M
  • Sociology HRT3M
  • Sociology HHG4M
  • Sociology HHS4M
  • Sociology HSB4M
  • Sociology HZT4U
  • Sociology HFA4M
  • Business BBB4M
  • Business BOH4M
  • Native Studies NDG4M
  • Native Studies NDW4M

Manitoba requirements

  • English 40S
  • Four additional Grade 12 Academic Level Courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%

Manitoba Electives

  • Biology 40
  • Chemistry 40
  • Computer Education 40
  • Economics 40
  • French 40
  • Geography 40
  • Geology 40
  • History 30
  • History 40
  • Latin 40
  • Law 40
  • Math 30
  • Math 40
  • Physics 40
  • Political Science 40
  • Sociology 40
  • Social Studies 30
  • Social Studies 40
  • Spanish 40
  • Stats 40
  • World Issues 40

Saskatchewan requirements

  • English 12
  • Four additional Grade 12 Academic Level Courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%

Saskatchewan Electives

  • Accounting 30
  • Biology 30
  • Calculus 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20
  • Math 30
  • Physics 30
  • Political Science 30
  • Sociology 30
  • Spanish 30
  • Stats 30

Alberta, Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Yukon requirements

  • English 30
  • Four additional Grade 12 Academic Level Courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories Electives

  • Accounting 30
  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

British Columbia requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Four additional Grade 12 Academic Level Courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%

British Columbia Electives

  • Accounting 12
  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computer Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Geography 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Law 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Physics 12
  • Principles of Math 12
  • Math 11
  • Social Studies 12
  • Sociology 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Stats 12

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Business Administration

New Brunswick requirements

  • English 122
  • Foundations in Mathematics 11 or
  • Foundations in Mathematics 12
  • Three additional Grade 12 academic level courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

New Brunswick Electives

  • Accounting 120
  • Advanced Math 120
  • Atlantic Literature 12
  • Biology 120
  • Business Organization & Management 120
  • Calculus 120
  • Canadian Literature 120
  • Chemistry 122
  • Co-op Education 120
  • Communications 120 (Media Studies 120)
  • Conservation 521
  • Economics 120
  • Environ. Studies 122
  • FILA 120
  • French 122
  • Geography 120
  • Geology 120
  • History 112
  • History 122
  • Journalism 12
  • Latin 120
  • Law 120
  • Marketing 122
  • Math 122
  • Math 112
  • Native Studies 120
  • Physics 122
  • Political Science 120
  • Psychology 120
  • Reading Tutor 120
  • Science 122
  • Sociology 12
  • Sociology 120
  • Spanish 120
  • Stats 120
  • World Issues 120

Nova Scotia requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 11 or 12 (Academic)
  • Three additional Grade 12 academic level courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

Nova Scotia Electives

  • Pre-Calculus Math 12
  • Biology 12
  • Business Management 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computing Science 12
  • Computer Related Studies 12
  • Co-op Educ. 12
  • Economics 12
  • Envir. Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Gaelic 12
  • Global Geography 12
  • Geology 12
  • German 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Latin 12
  • Law 12
  • Math (Academic) 11
  • Math (Advanced) 11
  • Math (Academic) 12
  • Math (Advanced) 12
  • Oceans 11
  • Physics 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Spanish 12

Prince Edward Island requirements

  • English 621
  • Math 521A or Math 521B, 1 of: Math 621A, Math 621B, Math 611A or Math 611B
  • Three additional Grade 12 academic level courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

Prince Edward Island Electives

  • Accounting 621
  • Pre-Calculus Math 611B
  • Calculus Math 611A
  • Biology 621
  • Botany 621
  • Business Organization & Management 621
  • Chemistry 621
  • Computer Studies 621
  • Economics 621
  • Conservation 521
  • French 621
  • Geography 621
  • Global Studies 621
  • Geology 621
  • History 521
  • History 621
  • Modern World Survey 521
  • Law 521
  • Math 521A.
  • Math 521B
  • Math 621A
  • Math 621B
  • Physics 621
  • Political Science 621
  • Psychology 621
  • Sociology 621
  • Spanish 621
  • Oceanography 621

Newfoundland and Labrador requirements

  • English 3201
  • Academic Math 2204
  • Academic Math 3204
  • Two additional Grade 12 academic level courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

Newfoundland and Labrador Electives

  • Biology 3201
  • Calculus 4225
  • Chemistry 3202
  • Communications Technology 3104
  • Computer Technology 3200
  • Environmental Science 3205
  • French 3201
  • Global Economics 3103
  • Global Issues 3205
  • Geology 3202
  • Academic Math 2204
  • Advanced Math 2205
  • Math 3204
  • Math 3205
  • Math 3207
  • Physics 3204
  • Psychology 4220
  • Statistics 3104
  • World History 3201
  • World Geography 3200 or 3202
  • Geography 2200 or 2202
  • Calculus 4225

Quebec requirements

  • English 516
  • Math 436
  • Math 536
  • Two additional Grade 12 academic level courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%.
  • Quebec students must have one year of CEGEP (or post-secondary education)

 Quebec Electives

  • Biology 534
  • Honours Chemistry 554
  • Chemistry 534
  • Computer Science 534
  • Economics 514
  • French 536
  • History 414
  • World History 514
  • Math 436 -.
  • Math 536
  • Honours Physics 554
  • Physics 534

Ontario requirements

  • English 4U
  • Math MCV4U plus one of MHF4U, MDM4U, MCF3M or MCR3U
  • Two additional Grade 12 academic level courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%

Ontario Electives

  • Math MCV4U
  • Math MGA4U
  • English EAE4U
  • English Literature ETS 4U
  • Writer’s Craft EWC4U
  • Accounting BAT4M
  • Biology SBI4U
  • Business BBB4M
  • Business BOH4M
  • Math MHF4U
  • Math MCB4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U
  • Computer Engineering ICE 4M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS3M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS4M
  • Economics CIA4U
  • Environmental Science SES4U
  • French FSF4U
  • Geography CGR4M
  • Geography CGO4M
  • Geography CGD3M
  • Geography CGF3M
  • Geography CGW4U
  • Geography CGU4U
  • History CHA3U
  • History CHW3M
  • History CHI4U
  • History CHY4U
  • History LVV4U
  • Law CLN4U
  • Math MDM 4U
  • Math MCF3M
  • Math MCR3U
  • Native Studies NDG4M
  • Native Studies NDW4M
  • Physics SPH4U
  • Political Science CPW4U
  • Sociology HSP3M
  • Sociology HRT3M
  • Sociology HHG4M
  • Sociology HHS4M
  • Sociology HSB4M
  • Sociology HZT4U
  • Sociology HFA4M

Manitoba requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11 or
  • Math 12
  • Three additional Grade 12 academic level courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

Manitoba Electives

  • Biology 40
  • Chemistry 40
  • Computer Education 40
  • Economics 40
  • French 40
  • Geography 40
  • Geology 40
  • History 30
  • History 40
  • Latin 40
  • Law 40
  • Math 30
  • Math 40
  • Physics 40
  • Political Science 40
  • Sociology 40
  • Social Studies 40
  • Spanish 40
  • Stats 40
  • World Issues 40

Saskatchewan requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11 or
  • Math 12
  • Three additional Grade 12 academic level courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

Saskatchewan Electives

  • Accounting 30
  • Biology 30
  • Calculus 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 –
  • Math 30
  • Physics 30
  • Political Science 30
  • Sociology 30
  • Spanish 30
  • Stats 30

Alberta, Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Yukon requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11 or
  • Math 12
  • Three additional Grade 12 academic level courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%.
  • Accounting 30
  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

British Columbia requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11 or
  • Math 12
  • Three additional Grade 12 academic level courses
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

British Columbia Electives

  • Accounting 12
  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computer Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Geography 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Law 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Physics 12
  • Principles of Math 12
  • Math 11 –
  • Social Studies 12
  • Sociology 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Stats 12

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Science

New Brunswick requirements

  • English 122
  • Biology 122
  • Chemistry 122
  • Pre-Calculus 12A and 12B
  • One additional grade 12 Academic Level Course
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

New Brunswick Electives

  • Accounting 120
  • Advanced Math 120
  • Atlantic Literature 12
  • Biology 122
  • Calculus 120
  • Canadian Literature 120
  • Chemistry 122
  • Communications 120 (Media Studies 120)
  • Conservation 521
  • Economics 120
  • Environ. Studies 122
  • FILA 120
  • French 122
  • Geography 110
  • Geography 120
  • Geology 120
  • History 112
  • History 122
  • Journalism 12
  • Latin 120
  • Law 120
  • Math 122
  • Math 112
  • Native Studies 120
  • Physics 122
  • Political Science 120
  • Pre-Calculus 12A and 12B
  • Psychology 120
  • Reading Tutor 120
  • Science 122
  • Sociology 12
  • Sociology 120
  • Spanish 120
  • Stats 120
  • World Issues 120
  • Writing 110

Nova Scotia requirements

  • English 12
  • Advanced Math 12 or Academic Math 12
  • Chemistry 12,
  • Biology 12
  • One additional grade 12 Academic Level Course
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

Nova Scotia Electives

  • Pre-Calculus Math 12
  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computing Science 12
  • Computer Related Studies 12
  • Economics 12
  • Envir. Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Gaelic 12
  • Global Geography 12
  • Geology 12
  • German 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Latin 12
  • Law 12
  • Math (Academic) 11
  • Math (Advanced) 11
  • Math (Academic) 12
  • Math (Advanced) 12
  • Oceans 11
  • Physics 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Spanish 12

Prince Edward Island requirements

  • English 621
  • Math 521A or Math 521B
  • Chemistry 621,
  • Biology 621
  • One additional grade 12 Academic Level Course
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

Prince Edward Island Electives

  • Accounting 621
  • Pre-Calculus Math 611B
  • Calculus Math 611A
  • Biology 621
  • Botany 621
  • Chemistry 621
  • Computer Studies 621
  • Economics 621
  • Conservation 521
  • French 621
  • Geography 621
  • Global Studies 621
  • Geology 621
  • History 521
  • History 621
  • Modern World Survey 521
  • Law 521
  • Math 521A
  • Math 521B
  • Math 621A
  • Math 621B
  • Physics 621
  • Political Science 621
  • Psychology 621
  • Sociology 621
  • Spanish 621
  • Oceanography 621

Newfoundland and Labrador requirements

  • English 3201
  • Advanced Math 3205 or Academic Math 3204
  • Chemistry 3202
  • Biology 3201
  • One additional grade 12 Academic Level Course
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

Newfoundland and Labrador Electives

  • Biology 3201
  • Calculus 4225
  • Chemistry 3202
  • Communications Technology 3104
  • Computer Technology 3200
  • Environmental Science 3205
  • French 3201
  • Global Economics 3103
  • Global Issues 3205
  • Geology 3202
  • Academic Math 2204
  • Advanced Math 2205
  • Math 3204
  • Math 3205
  • Math 3207
  • Physics 3204
  • Psychology 4220
  • Statistics 3104
  • World History 3201
  • World Geography 3200 or 3202
  • Geography 2200 or 2202
  • Calculus 4225

Quebec requirements

  • English 516
  • Math 536
  • Chemistry 534
  • Biology 534
  • One additional grade 12 Academic Level Course
  • Minimum admission average 70%.
  • Quebec students must have one year of CEGEP (or post-secondary education)

Quebec Electives

  • Honours Chemistry 554
  • Chemistry 534
  • Computer Science 534
  • Computer Science 434
  • Economics 514
  • French 536
  • History 414
  • World History 514
  • Math 436
  • Math 536
  • Honours Physics 554
  • Physics 534

Ontario requirements

  • English 4U
  • Math MCV4U
  • Math MHF4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U
  • Biology SBI4U
  • One additional grade 12 Academic Level Course
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

Ontario Electives

  • Math MCV4U
  • Math MGA4U
  • English EAE4U
  • English Literature ETS 4U
  • Writer’s Craft EWC4U
  • Accounting BAT4M
  • Biology SBI4U
  • Business BBB4M
  • Business BOH4M
  • Business BBB4M
  • Business BOH4M
  • Math MHF4U
  • Math MCB4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U
  • Computer Engineering ICE 4M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS3M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS4M
  • Economics CIA4U
  • Environmental Science SES4U
  • French FSF4U
  • Geography CGR4M
  • Geography CGO4M
  • Geography CGD3M
  • Geography CGF3M
  • Geography CGW4U
  • Geography CGU4U
  • History CHA3U
  • History CHW3M
  • History CHI4U
  • History CHY4U
  • History LVV4U
  • Law CLN4U
  • Math MDM 4U
  • Math MCF3M
  • Math MCR3U
  • Physics SPH4U
  • Political Science CPW4U
  • Sociology HSP3M
  • Sociology HRT3M
  • Sociology HHG4M
  • Sociology HHS4M
  • Sociology HSB4M
  • Sociology HZT4U
  • Sociology HFA4M

Manitoba requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 12 – Including Pre-Calculus
  • Chemistry 12
  • Biology 12
  • One additional grade 12 Academic Level Course
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

Manitoba Electives

  • Accounting 40
  • Biology 40
  • Chemistry 40
  • Computer Education 30
  • Computer Education 40
  • Economics 40
  • French 40
  • Geography 40
  • Geology 40
  • History 30
  • History 40
  • Latin 40
  • Law 40
  • Math 30
  • Math 40
  • Physics 40
  • Political Science 40
  • Sociology 40
  • Social Studies 40
  • Spanish 40
  • Stats 40
  • World Issues 40

Saskatchewan requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 12 – Including Pre-Calculus
  • Chemistry 12
  • Biology 12
  • One additional grade 12 Academic Level Course
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

Saskatchewan Electives

  • Accounting 30
  • Biology 30
  • Calculus 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20
  • Math 30
  • Physics 30
  • Political Science 30
  • Sociology 30
  • Spanish 30
  • Stats 30

Alberta, Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Yukon requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 12 – Including Pre-Calculus
  • Chemistry 12
  • Biology 12
  • One additional grade 12 Academic Level Course
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories Electives

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

British Columbia requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 12 – Including Pre-Calculus
  • Chemistry 12,
  • Biology 12
  • One additional grade 12 Academic Level Course
  • Minimum admission average 70%.

British Columbia Electives

  • Accounting 12
  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computer Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Geography 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Law 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Physics 12
  • Principles of Math 12
  • Math 11
  • Social Studies 12
  • Sociology 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Stats 12

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American Students

Along with the completed Undergraduate Application for Admission package, applicants from the United States will be considered for admission based on:

  • The successful completion of an academic program from an accredited high school or other educational institution.
  • Minimum average of 70% on five successfully completed Grade 12 academic courses including Grade 12 academic English.

Entrance Requirements:

  • Bachelor of Arts: Grade 12 academic English, four additional grade 12 academic courses.
  • Bachelor of Business Administration: Grade 12 academic English, Grade 11 or 12 Academic Math, three additional grade 12 academic courses.
  • Bachelor of Science: Grade 12 academic English, Grade 12 academic Biology, Grade 12 academic Chemistry, Grade 12 academic Math, one additional grade 12 academic course.

United States Citizens and Legal Residents of the United States of America are able to process their application for student permits at their Canadian port of entry. It is imperative that a student:

  • be in possession of a completed application for study permit and supporting documentation as per the Immigration Canada website
  • be in possession of a letter of acceptance from Crandall University
  • have evidence of sufficient funds for all tuition and accommodation
  • have identification establishing U.S. citizenship or a U.S. alien resident card.

A document processing fee will be collected at the port of entry. Since immigration requirements are subject to change, students are strongly encouraged to contact the Canadian Consulate nearest them prior to crossing the border. For more information, please contact Immigration Canada.

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Transfer Students

Students who want to transfer to Crandall University from another institution must follow the application procedure stated previously. Both high school and post-secondary transcripts are required when a transfer applicant has completed post-secondary studies other than at the university level or with less than one year of university studies. For all other applicants with university experience, only the university transcript will be required. However, high school transcripts may be required for certain programs. Failure to provide the required transcripts prior to the end of the first semester may result in dismissal.

Once accepted, the student’s file will be evaluated by the Registrar’s Office for possible transfer credit. Post-secondary courses taken elsewhere are eligible for transfer credit provided the course complies with the standards established by Crandall University for its own courses and the grade obtained by the student is a pass in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding between Atlantic Canadian Colleges for the Encouragement of Transfer Agreements.

The maximum number of hours accepted for transfer credit from other institutions is 60 credit hours towards a degree of 120 credit hours. Within this 60 credit hour maximum, no more than 50% of a major is eligible for transfer towards a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree, and no more than 50% of required Business courses are eligible for transfer towards a Bachelor of Business Administration degree.

Check out the Credit Transfer Portal to see what NB university credits transfer to and from CrandallU.

To use the portal, select “Search Credits” from the menu, then select from the left-hand list the institution(s) where you have previously obtained credits.

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Early Fall Admission

Students who have achieved an overall average of 80% or above in grade 11 and are registered in grade 12 courses that satisfy the program requirements will be eligible for early fall admission. Admission would be conditional upon maintaining satisfactory final grade 12 results in June. The early application deadline is November 30. Applicants will receive a decision no later than December 31. Students who are applying for early fall admission should include their final grade 11 marks and a school approved list of courses they are taking in grade 12 (both semesters) with the application.

 

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Mature Students

Applicants who are at least 21 years of age and have been out of school for two or more years may be considered for admittance into a B.A., B.B.A. or B.Sc. program even though they may not meet the previously stated admission requirements. However, the applicant must be prepared to demonstrate sufficient ability to manage a university course load. Mature applicants are required to submit a letter of intent with their completed application. The letter of intent will outline educational background, employment history, and future plans.

Seniors (65 years of age and over) may enroll in courses for one-half the tuition costs. Courses may be audited by seniors at no charge to the individual.

Adults of all ages are encouraged to consider studying either part-time or full-time at Crandall University.

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Reactivation/ Re-admission

Students absent from Crandall University between one and five years are required to complete a reactivation form. To obtain a copy of this form, please contact the Admissions Office.

Students absent from Crandall University for more than five years are required to submit a new application.

Students who have been approved for re-admission are subject to the degree requirements at the time of re-admission.

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Homeschooled Students

Crandall University evaluates homeschooled applicants on an individual basis. Homeschooled applicants are required to meet the University’s general admissions requirements. The following documents and supplementary materials are required, along with an application, in order for the admissions office to complete a knowledgeable assessment.

The applicant must provide a list of the courses and grades that he/she completed in grades 10 through 12. This may be generated by an independent homeschooling agency or by the applicant’s parent(s)/guardian(s). The name of each course or subject covered should be indicated on the transcript document, along with the grade received in each course and the duration of the course including the number of hours and weeks.

It is recommended that the applicant provide a cover letter indicating the length of the homeschooling study, the pedagogy employed, curriculum choices, etc., used in education. The letter could also include a reflection on the homeschooling experience, as well as an outline of the applicant’s university plans1and career aspirations.

The applicant must provide a brief course description and syllabi of the courses studied with a list of the texts used. This is especially important for those students interested in Crandall’s science program.

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IB/AP Students

Crandall University grants university credit to students who have demonstrated exceptional ability within either the Advanced Placement program or the International Baccalaureate program. Students involved in either of these programs, who have received scores of four or five on Advanced Placement Examinations, or scores of five, six, or seven on the International Baccalaureate Examinations, may request an assessment for university credit up to a maximum of 30 credit hours. For Further information, contact the Registrar.

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