University of Guelph 2003-2004 Undergraduate Calendar

IV--Admission Information

Articulation Agreements

Alfred College

Bachelor of Commerce-Hotel and Food Administration

Graduates with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (B+) from the two-year Food, Nutrition and Risk Management Diploma Program may apply to transfer to the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce program. Applicants must have completed an OAC credit or equivalent in Mathematics and English. Upon admission, up to 6.00 advanced standing credits may be transferred. Interested students should contact the program counselor for the Bachelor of Commerce program.

Algonquin College

Bachelor of Commerce-Hotel and Food Administration

The articulation agreement between the University of Guelph and Algonquin College provides an opportunity for graduates from the two-year Hotel and Restaurant Management Diploma Program with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (B+) to be considered for admission to the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce program with 6.00 advanced standing credits. Applicants will be required to have completed an OAC credit or equivalent in Mathematics and English. Interested students should contact the Bachelor of Commerce program counselor.

Associate Diploma Programs - University of Guelph

Bachelor of Commerce Program - Agricultural Business

Graduates of the Diploma in Agriculture Program and the Diploma in Horticulture Program may transfer to the Bachelor of Commerce Program provided they have achieved a cumulative average of 70% or higher in the Diploma Program. In addition, Diploma students must have completed the OAC admission requirements, or equivalent, for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce Program. To receive specific advanced standing degree credits, a minimum B (70%) standing is required in each diploma course. Students are eligible to receive a maximum of 4.00 credits. Diploma students may also obtain credit for any passed degree courses which they completed as Diploma students. Applicants should contact the program counselor for the Bachelor of Commerce Program for information regarding transfer credit.

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Program

Graduates of the Diploma in Agriculture Program and the Diploma in Horticulture Program may transfer to the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture program provided they have achieved a cumulative 70% or higher in the Diploma Program. To receive degree credit, a student must have a minimum "B" standing (70%) in the diploma course(s) specified. Upon admission to the degree program, credit will also be considered for any degree courses successfully completed while in the Diploma program.

Atlantic Tourism and Hospitality Institute

Bachelor of Commerce-Hotel and Food Administration

The University of Guelph and Atlantic Tourism and Hospitality Institute have signed an articulation agreement which will allow students graduating from the 2 year Hotel and Restaurant Management program with a minimum 3.0 (B+) cumulative grade point average and who have completed an OAC or equivalent course in Mathematics and English to be admitted to the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce program with 10.00 transfer credits. Interested students should contact the Bachelor of Commerce program counselor for further information.

Canadore College

Bachelor of Commerce-Hotel and Food Administration

The articulation agreement between the University of Guelph and Canadore College provides an opportunity for graduates from the three-year Hotel, Resort and Restaurant Administration Program with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (B+) to be considered for admission to the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce program with 11.00 advanced standing credits. Applicants will be required to have completed an OAC credit or equivalent in Mathematics and English. Interested students should contact the Bachelor of Commerce program counselor.

Centennial College

Bachelor of Commerce-Hotel and Food Administration

The University of Guelph will make up to five places available for admission into the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce Program for graduates of the three-year Hospitality and Tourism Administration Program at Centennial College. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 (B+) grade point average and have completed an OAC credit or equivalent in Mathematics and English. Upon admission, students will be granted 11.00 transfer credits towards the degree. Interested students should contact the Bachelor of Commerce program counselor for further information.

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 Management major. Interested students should direct their enquiries to the program counselor for the Bachelor of Commerce program.

Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning

Bachelor of Arts-Career Development Practitioner Certificate

The Career Development Practitioner Program is a joint university degree/ college certificate program that will allow participants to concurrently complete a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Guelph and the Career Development Practitioner Certificate from Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning. Some courses may be taken by Distance Education or on a Letter of Permission from Wilfrid Laurier University or the University of Waterloo.

Bachelor of Commerce-Agricultural Business, Housing and Real Estate Management, Hotel and Food Administration, Management Economics in Industry and Finance, Marketing Management

The University of Guelph will make up to 3 spaces available annually in the above programs to qualified graduates from the following programs at Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning: Business Administration - Marketing, Management Studies, Accounting; General Business; Food and Beverage Management; Computer Programmer/Analyst. Applicants to the degree program must have completed an OAC credit or equivalent in English and Calculus (or other OAC Mathematics for HAFA).

The number of advanced standing transfer credits will vary depending upon the program completed at Conestoga. Prospective applicants should contact the Bachelor of Commerce program counselor.

Durham College

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 grade point average 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 7.50 specific transfer credits. Interested students should direct their enquiries to the Food Science departmental advisor.

Fanshawe College

Bachelor of Applied Science-Child Studies

The University of Guelph and Fanshawe College have signed an articulation agreement which will allow ten students graduating from the two-year Early Childhood Education Diploma Program to be admitted to the Child Studies major of the Bachelor of Applied Science program with 5.00 transfer credits.

Applicants must have an ECE Diploma with a minimum graduating average of B and not less than 10 academic courses (exclusive of field-placement courses) with a final course grade of A and an OAC credit or equivalent in at least one Mathematics and Biology. Interested students should contact the Bachelor of Applied Science program counselor for further information about admission and the additional waiver of program requirements for specific courses.

Bachelor of Landscape Architecture

An articulation agreement between Fanshawe College and the University of Guelph provides up to five (5) places per year for graduates of the Landscape Design program (Landscape Design Diploma) who have a minimum cumulative grade point average of B (70.00%). Actual number accepted will be based on qualifications of applicants and existing class size. Applicants are required to possess OAC or equivalent credits in Mathematics, Biology, and English. Upon admission, Fanshawe College students will receive 10.00 transfer credits. A minimum of 10.00 credits must be completed at the University of Guelph. Prospective applicants should contact the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture program counselor for further information.

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences

The University of Guelph and Fanshawe College have signed an articulation agreement which will place up to ten students graduating from the three year programs in Environmental Technology and Environmental Science Laboratory Technology in the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences program at Guelph. Applicants must have a minimum B+ (75%) grade point average. Successful applicants will receive, upon admission, ten (10.00) transfer credits. Details of the application process are available from the B.SC. (Env.) program counselor's office.

Interested students should contact the program counselor for further information prior to submitting a formal application for admission.

Georgian College Institute of University Partnerships and Advanced Studies

Bachelor of Commerce-Hotel and Food Administration

The articulation agreement between the University of Guelph and Georgian College Institute of University Partnerships and Advanced Studies makes available up to five places for graduates of the three-year Hotel and Resort Administration program. Successful applicants with a minimum 3.0 (B+) grade point average who have completed an OAC credit or equivalent in Mathematics and English will be admitted with 11.00 transfer credits to the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce program. Interested students should contact the Bachelor of Commerce program counselor for further information.

Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning

Bachelor of Commerce-Hotel and Food Administration

The University of Guelph and Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning have signed an articulation agreement which will allow students graduating from the two-year Hospitality and Restaurant Management program with a minimum 3.0 (B+) grade point average and who have completed an OAC or equivalent Mathematics and English to be admitted to the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce program with 6.00 transfer credits. Up to five places will be made available. Interested students should contact the Bachelor of Commerce program counselor.

Kemptville College

Bachelor of Commerce-Hotel and Food Administration

Graduates from the two-year Food and Nutrition Diploma Program with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (B+) may apply to transfer to the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce program. Applicants must have completed an OAC credit or equivalent in Mathematics and English. Upon admission up to 6.00 advanced standing credits may be transferred. Interested students should contact the program counselor for the Bachelor of Commerce program.

La Salle College - Quebec

Bachelor of Commerce-Hotel and Food Administration

The articulation agreement between the University of Guelph and La Salle College makes available up to five places for graduates of the two-year Foodservice and Restaurant Management and the two-year Hotel Management programs. Successful applicants with a minimum 3.0 (B+) grade point average who have completed an OAC credit or equivalent in Mathematics and English will be admitted with 7.50 transfer credits to the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce program. Prospective applicants should contact the Bachelor of Commerce program counselor for further information.

Bachelor of Commerce-Hotel and Food Administration

The articulation agreement between the University of Guelph and La Salle College makes available up to five places for graduates of the three-year Hotel and Restaurant Management program. Successful applicants with a minimum 3.0 (B+) grade point average who have completed an OAC credit or equivalent in Mathematics and English will be admitted with 7.50 transfer credits to the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce program. Prospective applicants should contact the Bachelor of Commerce program counselor for further information.

Loyalist College

Bachelor of Applied Science-Child Studies

The University of Guelph and Loyalist College have signed an articulation agreement which will allow ten students graduating from the two-year Early Childhood Education Diploma program to be admitted to the Child Studies major of the Bachelor of Applied Science program with 5.00 transfer credits. Applicants must have an ECE Diploma with a minimum graduating average of B and not fewer than 10 academic courses (exclusive of field-placement courses) with a final course grade of A and an OAC credit or equivalent in at least one Mathematics and Biology. Interested students should contact the Bachelor of Applied Science program counselor for further information about admission and the additional waiver of program requirements for specific courses.

Bachelor of Commerce-Hotel and Food Administration

The University of Guelph and Loyalist College have signed an articulation agreement which will allow students graduating from the 2 year Hotel and Restaurant Management program with a minimum 3.0 (B+) cumulative grade point average and who have completed an OAC or equivalent course in Mathematics and English to be admitted to the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce program with 6.00 transfer credits. Interested students should contact the Bachelor of Commerce program counselor for further information.

Niagara College

Bachelor of Commerce-Hotel and Food Administration

The University of Guelph will make up to five places available for admission into the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce program for graduates of the three-year Hospitality Program at Niagara College. Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 (B+) grade point average and have completed an OAC credit in Mathematics and English. Upon admission, students will be granted 8.50 transfer credits. Applicants are advised to contact the program counselor for the Bachelor of Commerce program for additional information.

Nipissing University

The Senate of Nipissing University has committed to admit no fewer than 20 Child Studies graduates from the Bachelor of Applied Science program at the University of Guelph to their Primary/Junior Bachelor of Education program. Applicants must have a minimum overall standing of B in the major. Interested students should contact Nipissing directly about admissions and preferred electives.

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology

The articulation agreement between the University of Guelph and the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) will provide up to six (6) places per year for graduates of the Landscape Architecture Program at NAIT, with a minimum cumulative average of B (70%), to be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture program at the University of Guelph. Applicants are required to possess OAC or equivalent credits in Mathematics, Biology, and English. Upon admission, students will receive 10.00 transfer credits.

Prospective applicants should contact the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture program counselor for further information.

Province of British Columbia

Bachelor of Commerce - Hotel and Food Administration

The University of Guelph will make available up to ten places annually for admission into the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce Program for graduates from the Province of British Columbia's two-year Hospitality Management Diploma programs at Camosun College, College of New Caledonia, University College of the Cariboo, Douglas College, Malaspina University College, North Island College, Okanagan University College, Selkirk College, and Vancouver Community College.

Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 (B+) cumulative grade point average and must have completed an OAC or equivalent course in Mathematics and English. Upon admission students will be granted up to 10.00 transfer credits on the basis of having completed all college core courses as well as specified electives. Interested students should contact the Bachelor of Commerce program counselor for further information.

Red River College

Bachelor of Commerce - Hotel and Food Administration

The University of Guelph and Red River Community College have signed an articulation agreement which provides an opportunity for the graduates from the two-year Hotel and Restaurant Administration program who have a minimum 3.0 (B+) cumulative grade point average and who have completed an OAC or equivalent course in Mathematics and English to be considered for admission to the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce program with up to 10.00 transfer credits. Interested students should contact the Bachelor of Commerce program counselor for further information.

Redeemer College

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 minimum B average on the University of Guelph grading scale. Applicants must be recommended by Redeemer College faculty for transfer. Students admitted with 10.00 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 counselor for the College of Physical and Engineering Science or the Chair of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.

Seneca College

Bachelor of Commerce - Hotel and Food Administration

The articulation agreement between the University of Guelph and Seneca College provides an opportunity for graduates from the Travel and Hospitality Option of the Travel and Tourism Studies Diploma Program with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (B+) to be considered for admission to the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce program with 3.00 advanced standing transfer credits. Applicants must have completed an OAC credit or equivalent in Mathematics and English. Prospective applicants should contact the Bachelor of Commerce program counselor.

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 7.50 transfer credits: Biological Research Technologist, Chemical Technology, Laboratory Technology-Industrial Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical (Chemical) Technology.

Students should contact the program counselor for the College of Physical and Engineering Science for further information.

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences

The articulation agreement between the University of Guelph and Seneca College makes available up to ten (10) places per year for graduates of the three year program, primarily, but not exclusively, from the Chemical Technology Diploma Program in the School of Biological Sciences and Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Technology. Seneca College graduates will have the option of entering the Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Environmental Monitoring and Analysis, Environmental Protection, or Environmetrics majors in the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences degree program.

Candidates require a minimum cumulative grade point average of B+ (75%) to be considered for admission. Applicants must possess the equivalent to OAC Calculus, Chemistry, Biology, and Physics. Upon admission students will be granted 10.00 transfer credits. Prospective applicants should contact the program counselor for the B.Sc. (Env.) program for further information regarding choice of major and degree completion requirements prior to making a formal application for admission.

Sir Sanford Fleming College

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences

The articulation agreement between the University of Guelph and Sir Sanford Fleming College makes available up to ten (10) places per year for graduates of the three year program, primarily, but not exclusively, from the Cartographic Technology, Ecosystem Management Technology, Fish and Wildlife Technology, Terrain and Water Resources Technology, Geotechnical Engineering Technology, and Minerals Engineering Technology programs. Sir Sanford Fleming College graduates will have the option of entering the Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Ecology, Environmental Geography, Environmental Protection, or Natural Resources Management majors in the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences degree program.

Candidates require a minimum cumulative grade point average of B+ (75%) to be considered for admission. Applicants must possess the equivalent to OAC Calculus, Chemistry, Biology, and Physics. Upon admission students will be granted 10.00 transfer credits. Prospective applicants should contact the program counselor for the B.Sc. (Env.) program for further information regarding choice of major and degree completion requirements prior to making a formal application for admission.

Six Nations Polytechnic

The University of Guelph, along with four other universities, has entered into a partnership with Six Nations Polytechnic in the community of Six Nations to offer first-year transfer credits at any of the universities within the consortium if the student is admitted. Applicants should contact Admission Services about admission requirements and specific transfer credits.

St. Lawrence College

Bachelor of Commerce - Hotel and Food Administration

The University of Guelph and St. Lawrence College have signed an articulation agreement which will allow students graduating with a minimum 3.0 (B+) grade point average from the two-year Hotel and Restaurant Management program to be admitted to the Hotel and Food Administration major of the Bachelor of Commerce program with 5.00 advanced standing transfer credits. Applicants must have completed an OAC credit or equivalent in Mathematics and English. Interested students should contact the Bachelor of Commerce program counselor.


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