Agreement Details, Application Process & Contact Information

Agreement Details, Application Process & Contact Information


 


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Multi-College Agreement: Colleges of Applied Arts and Technologies - Early Childhood Education (ECE) Programs & Brock University Early Childhood Education:


 

First phase of study: Any Ontario Public College ECE program
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Early Childhood Education degree from Brock University. A minimum 75% cumulative average on a 2-year Early Childhood Education (ECE) diploma from any Ontario public college (or equivalent out of province or international training), is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement. Successful applicants must also be in ‘Good Standing’ or in the process of being assessed for ‘good standing’ with the Ontario College of Early Childhood Educators. Eligible applicants will be awarded 7.0 credits.
Applicants may receive up to 10.0 credits toward this 20.0 credit degree if, in addition to the ECE diploma, they have completed university credits in certain Humanities, Sciences, and/or Social Sciences (to be determined at the discretion of the Admissions Office).
Transfer credit eligibility: CHYS 1F90, CHYS 2P10, 4.0 Year One unspecified elective credits, 1.5 Year Two unspecified elective credits. Total credits = 7.0 out of 20.0 credits required to complete degree.
Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BED Early Childhood Education
Year Code: Advanced Standing

 

Contact Information:
Program Information: bece@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/education/futurestudents/early-childhood-education

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Multi-College Agreement: Any Ontario College of Applied Arts and Technologies – Police Foundations Diploma & Brock University Psychology, Sociology, Geography or Political Science:


 

First phase of study: Any Ontario Public College Police Foundations Diploma Program
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts Psychology, Sociology, Geography or Political Science degree from Brock University. A minimum 75% cumulative average in the Police Foundations Diploma program is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement. Eligible applicants will be awarded 5.0 credits.
Transfer credit eligibility: 1.5 Year One Social Science credits, 1.0 Year One Humanities, 0.5 Year Two Social Science credits, 2.0 Year Two unspecified elective credits. Total credits = 5.0 out of 20.0 credits required to complete degree.
Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BPY Psychology, BSO Sociology, BGE Geography, BPO Political Science
Year Code: Advanced Standing

Contact Information:
Student Contact: jramsay@brocku.ca                                                                                        brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs/policing

 

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Multi-College Agreement: Colleges of Applied Arts and Technologies - Recreation and Leisure Services Diploma & Brock University Recreation and Leisure Studies:


 

First phase of study:Any Ontario Public College Recreation and Leisure Services Diploma Program
Algonguin, Canadore, Centennial, Fanshawe, Loyalist, Mohawk, and Niagara: Obtain a 3-year (Pass) or 4-year Honours, or 4-year with Major Bachelor of Recreation and Leisure Studies degree from Brock University. A minimum 75% cumulative average in the Recreation and Leisure Services Diploma program is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement. Eligible applicants will be awarded 7.5 credits.
Niagara (Therapeutic Recreation Diploma): Obtain a 4-year with Major or 4-year Honours Bachelor of Recreation and Leisure Studies degree from Brock University. A minimum 80% cumulative average on the 2-year Niagara College Therapeutic Recreation Diploma is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement. Eligible applicants will be awarded 9.0 credits.
Conestoga, Fleming, Humber, and Seneca: Obtain a 3-year (Pass) or 4-year Honours, or 4-year with Major Bachelor of Recreation and Leisure Studies degree from Brock University. A minimum 75% cumulative average on the 2-year Recreation and Leisure Services Diploma program is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement. Eligible applicants will be awarded 6.5 credits.
Transfer credit eligibility: specific credit will be assigned at point of admission. 
Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BR Recreation and Leisure Studies
Year Code: Advanced Standing

Contact Information:
Student Contact: mfawkes@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/applied-health-sciences/academic-departments/rec-leisure

 

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Multi-College Agreement: Any Ontario College of Applied Arts and Technologies - Social Service Worker Diploma & Brock University Psychology or Women's Studies:


 

First phase of study: Any Ontario Public College Social Service Worker Diploma Program
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts Psychology or 4-year with Major in Psychology degree or Honours Women’s Studies degree from Brock University. A minimum 75% cumulative average in the Social Service Worker Diploma program is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement. Eligible applicants will be awarded 5 credits.
Transfer credit eligibility: 3.0 Year One Social Science credits, 2.0 Year Two Social Science credits. Total credits = 5.0 out of 20.0 credits required to complete degree.
Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BPY Psychology, or BWS Women's Studies
Year Code: Advanced Standing


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Anishinabek Educational Institute (affiliated with St. Clair College) Native Community Worker (Traditional Healing Methods) & Brock University Distinct and Diverse Communities (Aboriginal Stream):


 

First phase of study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts in Distinct and Diverse Communities or a 4-year with Major Bachelor of Arts in Distinct and Diverse Communities from Brock University and a Native Community Worker (Traditional Healing Methods) Diploma from the Anishinabek Educational Institute (affiliated with St. Clair College). Students attend Brock University during years 1, 2 and 4 while year 3 is completed at the Anishinabek Educational Institute. Brock students must have a minimum 70% major average and a cumulative 70% average at the end year 2 in the Distinct and Diverse Communities program to be eligible to proceed to the college.                                                                                                                                                        
Application to the articulation program is made during the winter term of Year 1 of the Brock Distinct and Diverse Communities program. Meeting minimum program requirements does not guarantee admission

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) current Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) all other applicants entering Year 1 at Brock University
OUAC Code: BDC Distinct and Diverse Communities
Year Code: First Year

Contact information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

 

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Anishinabek Educational Institute (affiliated with St. Clair College) Native Community Worker (Traditional Healing Methods) & Brock University Distinct and Diverse Communities (Aboriginal Stream):


 

First phase of study: College
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts in Distinct and Diverse Communities or a 4-year with Major Bachelor of Arts in Distinct and Diverse Communities from Brock University. A minimum 75% cumulative average on the Anishinabek Educational Institute (affiliated with St. Clair College) Native Community Worker (Traditional Healing Methods) Diploma is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement. Eligible applicants will be awarded 5.0 credits.

Transfer credit eligibility: 3.0 Year One Social Science credits, 2.0 Year Two Social Science credits. Total credits = 5.0 out of 20.0 credits required to complete degree.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BDC Distinct and Diverse Communities
Year Code: Advanced Standing

Contact Info:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

 

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Durham College Child and Youth Worker and Brock University Child and Youth Studies:


 

First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts Child and Youth Studies degree from Brock University and a 3-year Child and Youth Worker diploma from Durham College. Students attend Brock University for years 1, 2, and 3, while years 4 and 5 are completed at Durham College. Brock students must have a minimum 75% major average and a cumulative 70% average at the end of year 3 in the Child and Youth Studies program to be eligible to proceed to the college.
Application to the articulation program is made during winter term of Year 1 of the Brock Child and Youth Studies program.  Meeting minimum program requirements does not guarantee admission

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) current Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) all other applicants entering Year 1 at Brock University       OUAC Code: BD Child and Youth Studies

Year Code: First Year

Contact Info:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/chys.html

 

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Durham College Child and Youth Worker and Brock University Child and Youth Studies:


 

First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts in Child and Youth Studies degree from Brock University. A minimum 75% cumulative average in the Durham College Child and Youth Worker Advanced Diploma program is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement.  Eligible applicants will be awarded 7.0 credits.

Transfer credit eligibility: 3.0 Year One Social Science credits, 4.0 Year Two Social Science credits. Total credits = 7.0 out of 20.0 credits required to complete degree.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BD Child and Youth Studies
Year Code: Advanced Standing

Contact Info:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/chys.html

 

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Durham College Human Services Worker & Brock University Psychology:


 

First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts with Major Psychology degree from Brock University and a 2-year Social Services Worker diploma from Durham College. Students attend Brock University for years 1, 2, and 4 while year 3 is completed at Durham College. Brock students must have a minimum 70% major average and a cumulative 70% average at the end of year 2 in the Psychology program to be eligible to proceed to the college.
Application to the articulation program is made during the winter term of Year 1 of the Brock Psychology program.  Meeting minimum program requirements does guarantee admission

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) current Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) all other applicants entering Year 1 at Brock University
OUAC Code: BPY Psychology
Year Code: First Year

Contact information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs
brocku.ca/social-sciences/undergraduate-programs/psychology

 

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Fanshawe College Advanced Film Making & Brock University Film Studies:


 

First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts with Major in Film Studies degree from Brock University and an Advanced Film Making Graduate Certificate from Fanshawe College. Students attend Brock University during years 1, 2 and 3, while year 4 is completed at Fanshawe College. Brock students must have a minimum 70% major average and a cumulative 70% average at the end of year 3 in the Film Studies program to be eligible to proceed to the college.

Application to the articulation program is made during the winter term of Year 1 of the Brock Film Studies program. Meeting minimum program requirements does not guarantee admission.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) current Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) all other applicants entering Year 1 at Brock University

OUAC Code: BF Film Studies
Year Code: First Year

Contact Info:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs


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Fanshawe College Advanced Film Making & Brock University Film Studies:


 

First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts with Major in Film Studies degree from Brock University. A minimum 75% cumulative average in the Fanshawe College Advanced Film Making Graduate Certificate program is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement.  Eligible applicants will be awarded 5.0 credits.

Transfer credit eligibility: 3.0 Year One Social Science credits, 2.0 Year Two Social Science credits. Total credits = 5.0 out of 20.0 credits required to complete degree.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BF Film Studies
Year Code: Advanced Standing

Contact Info:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs


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Fanshawe College Broadcast Journalism – Television News & Brock University Film Studies:


 

First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts with Major in Film Studies degree from Brock University and a Broadcast Journalism – Television News Graduate Certificate from Fanshawe College. Students attend Brock University during years 1, 2 and 3, while year 4 is completed at Fanshawe College. Brock students must have a minimum 70% major average and a cumulative 70% average at the end of year 3 in the Film Studies program to be eligible to proceed to the college.

Application to the articulation prorgram is made during the winter term of Year 1 of the Brock Film Studies program. Meeting minimum program requirements does not guarantee admission

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) current Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) all other applicants entering Year 1 at Brock University
OUAC Code: BF Film Studies
Year Code: First Year

Contact Info:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

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Fanshawe College Broadcast Journalism – Television News & Brock University Film Studies:


 

First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts with Major in Film Studies degree from Brock University. A minimum 75% cumulative average in the Fanshawe Broadcast Journalism – Television News Graduate Certificate program is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement.  Eligible applicants will receive 5.0 credits.

Transfer credit eligibility: 3.0 Year One Social Science credits, 2.0 Year Two Social Science credits. Total credits = 5.0 out of 20.0 credits required to complete degree.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BF Film Studies
Year Code: Advanced Standing

Contact Info:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs


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Fanshawe College Visual Effect and Editing for Contemporary Media & Brock University Film Studies:


 

First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts with Major in Film Studies degree from Brock University and a Visual Effect and Editing for Contemporary Media Graduate Certificate from Fanshawe College. Students attend Brock University during years 1, 2 and 3, while year 4 is completed at Fanshawe College. Brock students must have a minimum 70% major average and a cumulative 70% average at the end of year 3 in the Film Studies program to be eligible to proceed to the college. Application to the articulation program is made during the winter term of Year 1 of the Brock Film Studies program.  Meeting minimum program requirements does not guarantee admission.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) current Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) all other applicants entering Year 1 at Brock University    OUAC Code: BF Film Studies
Year Code: First Year

Contact Info:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs


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Fanshawe College Visual Effect and Editing for Contemporary Media & Brock University Film Studies:


 

First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts with Major in Film Studies degree from Brock University. A minimum 75% cumulative average in the Fanshawe College Visual Effect and Editing for Contemporary Media Graduate Certificate program is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement. Eligible applicants will be awarded 5.0 credits.

Transfer credit eligibility: 3.0 Year One Social Science credits, 2.0 Year Two Social Science credits. Total credits = 5.0 out of 20.0 credits required to complete degree.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BF Film Studies
Year Code: Advanced Standing
Contact Info:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

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Fanshawe College Theatre Arts & Brock University Dramatic Arts:


 

First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts Dramatic Arts degree. A minimum 70% cumulative average on the Fanshawe College Theatre Arts diploma is required for entry to Brock via the articulation agreement.  Eligible applicants will be awarded up to 10 credits. Applicants are encouraged to discuss course selection with the appropriate individual at the college to ensure maximum transfer credit.   

Transfer credit eligibility: specific credit assigned at point of admission.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BT Dramatic Arts
Year Code: Advanced Standing                                                                                                                                   

Contact Info:                                                                                                                    dramatic.arts@brocku.ca
905.688.5550 x 5255
brocku.ca/dramatic_arts/
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/dart.html


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George Brown College Contemporary Labour Perspectives/Post-Graduate Human Resources Management & Brock University Labour Studies (with co-major):


First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts in Labour Studies (with co-major) from Brock University, a Contemporary Labour Perspectives Certificate, and a Post-Graduate Human Resources Management Certificate from George Brown College. Students attend Brock University during years 1 and 2, and 4 while year 3 is completed at George Brown College. Brock students must have a minimum 70% major average, and an overall 70% average at the end of their second year in the Labour Studies (with co-major) program to be eligible.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) out of province and international secondary school students
OUAC Code: BLB Labour Studies
Year Code: First Year
Admission to the articulation program is competitive. Application is made during Year 1 of the Brock Labour Studies (with co-major) program.

Contact Info:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/labr.html

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Lambton College Pharmacy Technician & Brock University Community Health:


First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 3-year Bachelor of Arts (Pass) Community Health degree from Brock University and a Pharmacy Technician diploma from Lambton College. Students attend Brock University during years 1 and 4, while years 2 and 3 are completed at Lambton College. Students must maintain a 60% overall average to be awarded both credentials.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) out of province and international secondary school students
OUAC Code: BAH Community Health
Year Code: First Year
Admission to the articulation program is competitive. Application is made during Year 1 of the Brock Community Health program.

Contact Info:
Student Contact: Student contact: fmacleod@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/applied-health-sciences/academic-departments/comm-health-sciences

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Lambton College Pharmacy Technician & Brock University Community Health:


First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 3-year Bachelor of Arts (Pass) Community Health degree from Brock University upon completion of the Lambton College Pharmacy Technician diploma. 5.0 non-specified Brock elective credits granted upon transfer with an overall 70% final average.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BAH Community Health
Year Code: First Year
 
Contact Info:
Student Contact: Student contact: chscadvisor@brocku.ca

www.brocku.ca/applied-health-sciences/academic-departments/comm-health-sciences/academic-programs/bachelor-comm-health-pass

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Loyalist College Nursing & Brock University Nursing:


First Phase of Study:College
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Science Nursing degree. 10.0 credits granted upon successful completion of the first 2 years at Loyalist College. Years 3 and 4 completed at Brock University.

Application Process:
Entry to years 3 and 4 at Brock University is automatic. No application is required for those students that successfully complete years 1 and 2 at Loyalist College.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: nursing@brocku.ca
905-688-5550 ext. 4660
brocku.ca/applied-health-sciences/academic-departments/nursing
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/nurs.html

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Mohawk College Chemical Engineering Technology & Brock University Chemistry:


First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 3-year Pass or 4-year Honours Bachelor of Science Chemistry degree. 6.5 credits granted upon transfer with the 2-year Mohawk College diploma in Chemical Engineering Technology  with an overall 78% final average.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BJC Chemistry
Year Code: Advanced Standing
Additionally, applicants must submit a letter directly to the Admissions office at Brock University indicating that they are applying under the articulation agreement. The applicants OUAC reference number must be included in the letter.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: srothste@brocku.ca
905 688-5550 ext. 4602
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/chem.html

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Mohawk College Computer Science Technology - Software Development & Brock University Computer Science:


First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 3-year Pass or 4-year Honours (or with Major) Bachelor of Science Computer Science degree. Up to 7.5 credits granted upon transfer with the Mohawk College diploma in Computer Science Technology - Software Development with a minimum 3.5 GPA (80%), and a minimum 'B' in each of the required college courses.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BG Computer Science
Year Code: Advanced Standing
Additionally, applicants must submit a letter directly to the Admissions office at Brock University indicating that they are applying under the articulation agreement. The applicants OUAC reference number must be included in the letter.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: coord@cosc.brocku.ca
905 688-5550 ext. 3157
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/cosc.html

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Mohawk College Insurance Studies & Brock University Economics:


First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Brock University and an Insurance Studies Diploma from Mohawk College. Students attend Brock University during years 1 and 2, and 4 while year 3 is completed at Mohawk College. Brock students must have a minimum 70% major average, and an overall 70% average at the end of their second year in the Economics program to be eligible.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) out of province and international secondary school applicants
OUAC Code: BEC Economics

Contact Information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/econ.html

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Mohawk College Insurance Studies & Brock University Economics:


First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts Honours in Economics degree from Brock University. 5.0 credits granted upon transfer with the Mohawk College Insurance Studies Diploma (3.0 upon admission, an additional 2.0 after completion of 12.5 Brock credits). A minimum 75% cumulative average in the Insurance Studies Diploma program is required for consideration.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BEC Economics
Year Code: Advanced Standing
Additionally, applicants must submit a letter directly to the Admissions office at Brock University indicating that they are applying under the articulation agreement. The applicants OUAC reference number must be included in the letter.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/econ.html

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Mohawk College Public Relations & Brock University Communication Studies:


First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts Communication Studies degree from Brock University and a 1-year post-degree certificate from Mohawk College. Students attend Brock University for years 1 and 2, attend Mohawk College in year 3, and complete year 4 at Brock University. Eligible Brock students must have an overall average of at least 70%, as well as a minimum 70% major average in order to attend Mohawk College in year 3.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) out of province and international secondary school applicants
OUAC Code: BUC – Media and Communication Studies or BUD Business Communication Studies
**Important note: applicants who apply to either of these programs and wish to complete this collaborative program will graduate with a Bachelor of Arts – Communication Studies (the degree will not specify “Media and Communication” or “Business Communication”).

Contact Information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

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Mohawk College Public Relations & Brock University Media and Communication Studies or Business Communication Studies:


First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in Media and Communication Studies or Business Communication Studies from Brock University. 5.0 credits granted upon transfer with the Mohawk College Public Relations post-graduate certificate (3.0 upon admission, an additional 2.0 after completion of 12.5 Brock credits). A minimum 75% cumulative average in the Public Relations post-graduate certificate program is required for consideration.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BUC – Media and Communication Studies or BUD Business Communication Studies
Year Code: Advanced Standing
Additionally, applicants should submit a letter directly to the Admissions office at Brock University indicating that they are applying under the articulation agreement. The applicants OUAC reference number must be included in the letter.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

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Mohawk College Labour Studies Certificate & Brock University Labour Studies/Co-Major:


First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts in Labour Studies/co-major degree (Economics, History, Political Science or Sociology) from Brock University and a Labour Studies Joint Certificate from Mohawk College. Students attend both institutions concurrently during year 2, 3 and 4. Brock students who have completed year 1 with a major minimum average of 70% and an overall average of 70% may apply to enter the joint program.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) out of province and international secondary school applicants
OUAC Code: BLB Labour Studies
Year Code: First Year
Admission to the joint program is competitive.
Application is made during Year 1 of the Brock Labour Studies/co-major program.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

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Mohawk College Labour Studies Certificate & Brock University Labour Studies/Co-Major:


First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 3-year Pass or 4-year Honours Bachelor of Labour Studies/Co-major degree (Co-major options include Economics, History, Political Science or Sociology.) 5.0 credits granted upon transfer with completion of the Mohawk College Labour Studies Certificate with an overall 70% final average (3.0 upon admission, an additional 2.0 after completion of 12.5 Brock credits in the specific major).

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BLB Labour Studies
Year Code: First Year
 

Contact Information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

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Niagara College Computer Programmer/Analyst & Brock University Computer Science:


First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 3-year Pass or 4-year Honours Bachelor of Science Computer Science degree. Up to 7.0 credits granted upon transfer with the Niagara College diploma in Computer Programmer/Analyst with minimum GPA of 3.5 (80%) and a minimum of B in each of the required college courses. Applicants are encouraged to discuss course selection with the appropriate individual at the college to ensure maximum transfer credit.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BG Computer Science
Year Code: Advanced Standing
Additionally, applicants must submit a letter directly to the Admissions office at Brock University indicating that they are applying under the articulation agreement. The applicants OUAC reference number must be included in the letter.

Contact Info:
Student Contact: coord@cosc.brocku.ca
905 688-5550 ext. 3157
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/COSC.html

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Niagara College Dental Hygiene & Brock University Community Health:


First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a three-year Bachelor of Arts (Pass) in Community Health from Brock University and a diploma in Dental Hygiene from Niagara College. Students attend Brock University first year, years 2 and 3 are completed at Niagara College, and year 4 at Brock University. Entry to year 2 at Niagara College requires completion of specific Brock credits with a minimum grade of 65% in each of Community Health Science 1F90, Mathematics 1F92, and Biology 1F25. The Dental Hygiene program in limited in enrolment and highly competitive, therefore meeting minimum eligibility requirements does not guarantee admission.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) out of province and international secondary applicants
OUAC Code: BAH Community Health

Contact Info:
Student Contact: chsadvisor@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/applied-health-sciences/academic-departments/comm-health-sciences

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Niagara College Dental Hygiene & Brock University Community Health:


First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a three-year Bachelor of Arts (Pass) Community Health degree from Brock University. Up to 5.0 credits granted upon transfer from the Niagara College Dental Hygiene diploma program with a minimum 70% average.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BAH Community Health
Year Code: Advanced Standing
Additionally, applicants should submit a letter directly to the Admissions office at Brock University indicating that they are applying under the articulation agreement. The applicants OUAC reference number must be included in the letter.

Contact Info:
Student Contact: chsadvisor@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/applied-health-sciences/academic-departments/comm-health-sciences

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Niagara College General Arts and Science & Brock University General Studies:


First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 3-year Pass Bachelor of Arts General Studies degree. 6.0 unspecified credits and SOCI 1F90 granted upon completion of Brock's CANA 1F91 course at a minimum 70% and successful completion of Niagara College's 2-year diploma in General Arts and Science with an overall minimum 70% final average. Additionally, Niagara College Sociology courses must be completed at a minimum 70% (SOC 100, 200, 104).

Application Process:
Niagara College applicants apply using an internal application that can be accessed by contacting Coordinator, GAS Transfer Program, Niagara College (see contact information).

Contact Info:
Brock University Student Contact: admissions@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/gene.html
Niagara College Student Contact: jepost@niagaracollege.ca
905 641-2252, ext. 4035
niagaracollege.ca/programs/gasut_gen/

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Niagara College Geographic Information Systems - Geospatial Management (Post Graduate) & Brock University Geography:


First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science Geography with Concentration in Geomatics degree from Brock University and a post-graduate certificate in Geographic Information Systems-Geospatial Management from Niagara College. Students attend Brock University for years 1, 2 and 4 while year 3 is completed at Niagara College. The Niagara College post-graduate certificate must be completed at a minimum 70% overall average.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) out of province and international secondary applicants
OUAC Code: BGE Geography (Arts)
OUAC Code: BO Physical Geography (BSc)
Year Code: First Year

Contact Info:
Student Contact: geography@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/undergraduate-programs/geography
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/geog.html

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Niagara College Advanced Lasers & Brock University Physics (Applied Optics and Laser Technology Concentration):


First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Science in Physics degree (concentration in Applied Optics and Laser Technology) from Brock University and the Advanced Lasers Graduate Certificate from Niagara College. Students attend Brock University for years 1, 2 and 4 while year 3 is completed at Niagara College.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) out of province and international secondary applicants
OUAC Codes: BJP Physics
Year Code: First Year
Applicants may enter the Physics program and select the concentration in Applied Optics and Laser Technology option at the beginning of first year. Applicants may also apply to enter the program at the completion of Year 1 at Brock.

Contact Info:
Student Contact: Shyamal.bose@brocku.ca
physics.brocku.ca/
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/phys.html

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Sault College Social Service Worker (Native Specialization) & Brock University Distinct and Diverse Communities (Aboriginal Stream):


First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts in Distinct and Diverse Communities degree from Brock University. 5.0 credits granted upon transfer with the Sault College Social Service Worker (Native Specialization) Diploma (3.0 upon admission, an additional 2.0 after completion of 12.5 Brock credits). A minimum 75% cumulative average in the Social Service Worker (Native Specialization) Diploma is required for consideration.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BDC Distinct and Diverse Communities
Year Code: First Year
Additionally, applicants must submit a letter directly to the Admissions office at Brock University indicating that they are applying under the articulation agreement. The applicants OUAC reference number must be included in the letter.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

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Sault College Social Service Worker (Native Specialization) & Brock University Distinct and Diverse Communities (Aboriginal Stream):


First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts in Distinct and Diverse Communities degree from Brock University. 5.0 credits granted upon transfer with the Sault College Social Service Worker (Native Specialization) Diploma (3.0 upon admission, an additional 2.0 after completion of 12.5 Brock credits). A minimum 75% cumulative average in the Sault College Social Service Worker (Native Specialization) Diploma is required for consideration.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BDC Distinct and Diverse Communities
Year Code: First Year
Additionally, applicants must submit a letter directly to the Admissions office at Brock University indicating that they are applying under the articulation agreement. The applicants OUAC reference number must be included in the letter.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

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Seneca College Paralegal OR Law Clerk & Brock University Political Science:


First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Brock University and a Law Clerk Diploma or Paralegal Diploma from Seneca College. Students attend Brock University during years 1 and 2, and 4 while year 3 is completed at Seneca College. Brock students must have a minimum 70% major average, and an overall 70% average at the end of their second year in the Political Science program to be eligible.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) out of province and international secondary school applicants
OUAC Code: BPO Political Science
Year Code: First Year
Admission to the articulation program is competitive. Application is made during Year 1 of the Brock Political Science program.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

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Seneca College Paralegal OR Law Clerk & Brock University Political Science:


First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts in Political Science degree from Brock University. 5.0 credits granted upon transfer with the Seneca College Law Clerk Diploma or Paralegal Diploma (3.0 upon admission, an additional 2.0 after completion of 12.5 Brock credits). A minimum 75% cumulative average in the diploma program is required for consideration.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BPO Political Science
Year Code: Advanced Standing
Additionally, applicants must submit a letter directly to the Admissions office at Brock University indicating that they are applying under the articulation agreement. The applicants OUAC reference number must be included in the letter.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

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Sheridan College Computer Systems Technology-Software Development and Network Engineering & Brock University Computer Science:


First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 3-year Pass or 4-year Honours (or with Major) Bachelor of Science Computer Science degree from Brock University. Up to 10.0 credits granted upon transfer with the Sheridan College diploma in Computer Systems Technology-Software Development and Network Engineering with a minimum 3.5 GPA (75%), and a minimum 'B' in each of the required college courses.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BG Computer Science
Year Code: First Year
Additionally, applicants must submit a letter directly to the Admissions office at Brock University indicating that they are applying under the articulation agreement. The applicants OUAC reference number must be included in the letter.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: coord@cosc.brocku.ca
905 688-5550 ext. 3157
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/COSC.html

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Sheridan College Arts Fundamentals & Brock University Visual Arts:


First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 3-year Pass or 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts Visual Arts degree. Up to 3.0 credits granted upon transfer with the 1-year Sheridan College diploma in Arts Fundamentals with an overall 75% final average. Any transferred credits must be completed at a minimum 70% average.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BR Visual Arts
Year Code: First Year
Additionally, applicants must submit a letter directly to the Admissions office at Brock University indicating that they are applying under the articulation agreement. The applicants OUAC reference number must be included in the letter.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: acunning@brocku.ca
905 688-5550 ext. 5279
brocku.ca/visualarts/
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/visa.html

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Sheridan College Telecommunications Technology Ontario & Brock University Computing and Network Communications Co-op:


First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Science Computer Science from Brock University and 3-year Telecommunications Technology Ontario diploma from Sheridan College. Students attend Brock University during years 1 and 2, year 3 is completed at Sheridan College, while year 4 is completed at both institutions. One term is completed at Sheridan College in year 5.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) out of province and international secondary school applicants
OUAC Code: BGN Computing and Network Communications Co-op
Year Code: First Year

Contact Information:
Student Contact: coord@cosc.brocku.ca
905 688-5550 ext. 3157
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/cncc.html
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/COSC.html

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Sheridan College Accelerated Diploma in Psychology - Social Services Worker & Brock University Psychology:


First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts with Major in Psychology degree from Brock University and a 2-year Social Services Worker diploma from Sheridan College. Students attend Brock University for years 1, 2 and 4 while year 3 is completed at Sheridan College. Brock students must have a minimum 70% Psychology average, and an overall 70% average at the end of their second year in the Psychology program to be eligible.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form:(www.ouac.on.ca) out of province and international secondary school applicants
OUAC Code: BPY Psychology
Year Code: First Year
Admission to the articulation program is competitive. Application is made during Year 1 of the Brock Psychology program.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/psyc.html

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Sheridan College Emergency Management & Brock University Political Science or Communication Studies:


First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts Honours in Political Science degree or a 4-year Bachelor of Arts Honours in Communications Studies degree from Brock University and an Emergency Management Certificate from Sheridan College. Students attend Brock University for years 1, 2 and 4 while year 3 is completed at Sheridan College. Brock students must have a minimum 70% major average, and an overall 70% average at the end of their second year in the Political Science or Communications Studies program to be eligible.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BPO Political Science or BUC – Media and Communication Studies or BUD Business Communication Studies
**Important note: applicants who apply to OUAC application codes BUC or BUD and wish to complete this collaborative program will graduate with a Bachelor of Arts – Communication Studies (the degree will not specify “Media and Communication” or “Business Communication”).
Year Code: First Year
Admission to the articulation program is competitive. Application is made during Year 1 of the Brock Political Science or Communications Studies program.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/poli.html
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/comm.html

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Sheridan College Emergency Management & Brock University Political Science or Media and Communication Studies or Business Communication Studies::


First Phase of Study: College
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts Honours in Political Science or Media and Communication Studies or Business Communication Studies degree from Brock University. 5.0 credits granted upon transfer with the Sheridan College Emergency Management Certificate (3.0 credits upon admission, an additional 2.0 after completion of 12.5 Brock credits).

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BPO Political Science or BUC – Media and Communication Studies or BUD Business Communication Studies
Year Code: First Year
Additionally, applicants must submit a letter directly to the Admissions office at Brock University indicating that they are applying under the articulation agreement. The applicants OUAC reference number must be included in the letter.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/poli.html
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/comm.html

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Sheridan College Social Service Worker & Brock University Women's Studies:


First Phase of Study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts in Women's Studies degree from Brock University and a Social Service Worker Diploma from Sheridan College. Students attend Brock University for years 1, 2 and 4 while year 3 is completed at Sheridan College. Brock students must have a minimum 70% major average, and an overall 70% average at the end of their second year in the Women's Studies program to be eligible.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form (www.ouac.on.ca) Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form (www.ouac.on.ca)out of province and international secondary school applicants
OUAC Code: BWS Women's Studies
Year Code: First Year
Admission to the articulation program is competitive. Application is made during Year 1 of the Brock Women's Studies program.

Contact Information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/wise.html

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St. Clair College / Windsor University Liberal Arts & Brock University Social Sciences:


First phase of study: College
Obtain a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in a Social Sciences major from Brock University and a 2-year Liberal Arts diploma from St. Clair College. Students attend St. Clair College for years 1 and 2. During year 2 they concurrently complete 1.0 credit at Windsor University. In years 3 and 4 students attend Brock University. 6.0 credits granted upon transfer to Brock University with the St. Clair College diploma (4.0 upon admission, an additional 2.0 after completion of 11.5 Brock credits).

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: program applied to depends on first-year course taken at Windsor University
OUAC Year Code: First Year
Additionally, applicants MUST submit a letter directly to the Admissions office at Brock University indicating that they are applying under this specific articulation agreement. The applicants OUAC reference number must be included in the letter.

Contact information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

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St. Lawrence College Behavioural Science Technology & Brock University Psychology:


First phase of study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts with Major in Psychology or 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts Psychology degree from Brock University and a Behavioural Science Technology BA Option advanced diploma from St. Lawrence College. Students attend Brock University for years 1, 2, and 4 while year 3 is completed at St. Lawrence College. Brock students must have an overall average of 75% and a Psychology average of 75% at the completion of their second year in the Psychology program.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BPY Psychology
Year Code: First Year
Admission to the articulation program is competitive. Application is made during Year 1 of the Brock Psychology program.

Contact information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

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St. Lawrence College Behavioural Science Technology & Brock University Psychology:


First phase of study: College
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts with Major in Psychology or 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts Psychology degree from Brock University upon completion of a Behavioural Science Technology Advanced Diploma from St. Lawrence College with a minimum 75% overall average. Receive 3.0 first-year Social Science transfer credits toward the Psychology degree. After successful completion of 12.5 credits toward the 20-credit degree, students can apply for an additional 2.0 non-specified transfer credits.

Application Process:
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca)
OUAC Code: BPY Psychology
Year Code: First Year

Additionally, applicants must submit a letter/email directly to the Admissions office at Brock University indicating that they are applying as part of this transfer arrangement. The applicants OUAC reference number must be included in the letter/email (admissions@brocku.ca).

Contact information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs

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Yukon College Liberal Arts (Arts and Science University Studies division) and Brock University Psychology:


First phase of study: College
Enter a 4-year Bachelor of Arts with Major in Psychology or 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts Psychology degree at Brock University after the completion of 2 years at Yukon College in the Liberal Arts program (applicants must complete specific courses in Psychology as per the agreement with Brock University). 10.0 credits granted upon transfer for those Yukon College students with a minimum 60% Psychology average, and a 60% overall average for entry to the Psychology with Major program. 10.0 credits granted upon transfer for those Yukon College students with a minimum 75% Psychology average, and a 70 overall average for entry to the Honours Psychology program.

Application Process:
Yukon College applicants apply using the OUAC 105D application at www.ouac.on.ca.

Contact information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/psyc.html

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Yukon College Liberal Arts (Arts and Science University Studies division) and Brock University Psychology:


First phase of study: Brock University
Obtain a 4-year Bachelor of Arts with Major in Psychology or 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts Psychology degree at Brock University. After the completion of 1 year at Brock University, students transfer to the Liberal Arts program at Yukon College for Year 2 and return to Brock University for
year 3. Credits granted upon transfer back to Brock for Yukon College courses completed with a minimum 60% average.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) out of province and international secondary school applicants
OUAC Code: BPY Psychology
Year Code: First Year
Admission to the articulation program is competitive.
Application is made via the Psychology department during Year 1 of the Brock Psychology program for students wishing to complete Year 2 at Yukon College.

Contact information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/psyc.html

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Yukon College Women's and Gender Studies (Arts and Science University Studies division) and Brock University Women's Studies:


First phase of study: College
Enter a 4-year Bachelor of Arts Honours Women's Studies degree at Brock University after the completion of 2 years at Yukon College in the Women's and Gender Studies program (applicants must complete specific courses as per the agreement with Brock University). 10.0 credits granted upon transfer for those Yukon College students with a minimum 70% Women's Studies average, and a 70% overall average for entry to the Women's Studies Accelerated program.

Application Process:
Yukon College applicants apply using the OUAC 105D application at www.ouac.on.ca.

Contact information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/wise.html

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Yukon College Women's and Gender Studies (Arts and Science University Studies division) and Brock University Women's Studies:


First phase of study: Brock University
Enter a 4-year Honours Bachelor of Arts Women's Studies degree at Brock University. After the completion of 1 year at Brock University, students transfer to the Women’s and Gender Studies program at Yukon College for Year 2 and return to Brock University for year 3. Credits granted upon transfer back to Brock for Yukon College courses completed with a minimum 60% average.

Application Process:
OUAC 101 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) Ontario secondary school applicants
OUAC 105 application form: (www.ouac.on.ca) out of province and international secondary school applicants
OUAC Code: BWS Women's Studies
Year Code: First Year
Admission to the articulation program is competitive.
Application is made via the department during Year 1 of the Brock Women’s Studies program for students wishing to complete Year 2 at Yukon College.

Contact information:
Student Contact: jo.stewart@brocku.ca
brocku.ca/social-sciences/collaborative-programs
brocku.ca/webcal/current/undergrad/wise.html

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