Students will be considered for admission to semester 1 of the Co-operative Education program upon completion of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma, including 6 Ontario Academic Credits (or equivalent). Normally, an overall average of 70% on 6 Ontario Academic Course credits is the minimum required for consideration, but higher averages may be required for admission to individual programs where the demand for places by qualified applicants exceeds the supply of places available in those programs. Applicants to the co-operative Education programs must have Permanent Resident status in Canada or be Canadian citizens.
Specific Ontario Academic Course credit requirements for admission to the various degree programs are outlined following this section. In some cases, applicants may be required to submit a Background Information Sheet in support of their application. If a Background Information Sheet is required, Admission Services will forward the form directly to the applicant upon receipt of the application. Applicants who are refused admission to Co-operative Education will be considered for admission to the comparable regular degree program. Please refer to Co-operative Education Programs in Section X for further information.
|1999-2000 Undergraduate Calendar
Last revised: January 1999.