Centennial College-University of Guelph
Bachelor of Commerce-Marketing
An articulation agreement between the Bachelor of Commerce program at the University of Guelph and the Co-op Marketing Diploma at Centennial College facilitates the transfer of students between the two institutions. Students are provided with the opportunity to complete the degree at the University of Guelph and the diploma from Centennial College. Applicants transferring from the College may begin their studies at the University commencing in the Winter semester, in the second year of the Marketing major. Interested students should direct their enquiries to the program counsellor for the B.Comm. program.
Durham College-University of Guelph
Bachelor of Science-Food Science
The University of Guelph and Durham College have signed an articulation agreement which will allow students graduating with a minimum 3.0 GPA from the three-year Food and Drug Technology program at Durham College to be admitted to the Bachelor of Science program at the University of Guelph with 15 specific semester transfer credits. Interested students should direct their enquiries to the Food Science departmental advisor.
Redeemer College-University of Guelph
Bachelor of Science
The articulation agreement between the University of Guelph and Redeemer College makes available up to five places annually for students from Redeemer who have completed a minimum of two years of the science program with special emphasis in Chemistry and who have achieved a 'B' average or better on the Guelph grading scale. Applicants must be recommended by the Redeemer faculty for transfer. Students admitted with 20 or more credits from Redeemer may expect to graduate within two calendar years with an honours B.Sc. degree. Interested students should contact either the program counsellor for the College of Physical and Engineering Science or the Chair of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Seneca College-University of Guelph
Bachelor of Science
An articulation agreement with Seneca College enables graduates with a minimum B+ average, from the following three-year diploma programs, to transfer to the Bachelor of Science program at the University of Guelph with 15 semester transfer credits:
Students should contact the program counsellor for further information.
|1996-97 Undergraduate Calendar
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