Timmins Campus

Algoma U at Northern College offers a unique learning opportunity, providing diploma-to-degree and university transfer students with the opportunity to accelerate their career path and transform their college foundation into a university degree.

Wether you are currently residing in Timmins or wanting to move North, students are given the opportunity to accelerate their career path and put themselves on a journey to professional success in an environment that is right for them. Algoma University at Northern College offers small class sizes, state-of-the-art facilities, fantastic faculty, personalized instruction, a warm welcoming campus community, supportive learning experiences and a wonderful backdrop of Northern Ontario.

Below you can explore all of the many opportunities available to our Timmins students. Come take a closer look!

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Contact Information
Main Phone: 705-235-3211 ext.2175
Toll Free: 1-888-ALGOMA-U
(1-888-254-6628)
Email: Timmins@algomau.ca

Northern College

Proud to be North. Proud to be Northern.

Northern College is Ontario’s postsecondary leader in student and employer satisfaction. Rooted in the Boreal forests of Ontario’s Northeast, Northern College is proud to offer the best skills-based, career-focused training to those with a mind for adventure and a drive for career results. For over 50 years, they’ve delivered the latest in-demand college courses to students across all four of its campuses, helping to shape the health and future of Ontario’s northeast.

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The method of course delivery is indicated in the course description. Some courses are delivered in-person by a qualified Algoma University instructor who travels to Timmins to teach the course. Some courses are delivered via interactive video conference from Algoma U’s home campus in Sault Ste. Marie. Some courses are taught by a qualified Algoma University instructor based in Timmins. All course instruction, examinations, and guest lectures will be available in Timmins.

Community development practitioners work alongside people in communities to effect change. They help communities identify common concerns and solutions, and build relationships with organizations and those in positions of power so that everyone can become involved in issues that affect their lives.

Want to learn more about this program? View the Community Development program page.

Empathy and understanding others intellectually, culturally, and emotionally is necessary to become a social worker. If you possess these skills, this program might be for you! The demand for social workers in Canada has risen significantly in recent years, and is even greater in northern Ontario as demand continues to outpace supply.

Want to learn more about our program? View the Social Work program page.

 

Algoma U is committed to ensuring that the transfer from college to university is as seamless as possible. Students have the opportunity to earn two credentials, combine theoretical and practical learning, gain experience at two institutions and achieve overall student success.

JOINT ADMISSION

Algoma University has a unique partnership with Northern College, Cambrian College & Confederation College which allows students to apply at any time during their studies for a conditional offer to their program of choice. Applying through the Joint Admission process allows students to avoid the application fee and reserves their spot in the program. On this page, you can view the general admission requirements, specific requirements for entry to your program as well as how to get started and apply. 

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2+2 AGREEMENTS

Qualifying students in eligible programs can complete their diploma studies at Northern College and move on to Algoma University to complete their degree in four years. Choose your program below and find out all you need to know about our pathway and transfers opportunities. 

GPA Required: 3.00-3.29

 

Transfer credits awarded: 57

 

Credits required for completion: 63

 

Degree earned: BBA

 

Campus: Sault Ste. Marie and Brampton

 

Required Courses for Completion of Bachelor Degree:

Fall [Semester 1]Winter [semester 2]Fall [semester 3]Winter [semester 4]
ADMN 1206 Management Skills and Secondary Research MethodsADMN 2017 Managing the Not-for-Profit OrganizationADMN 4046 Operations ManagementADMN 4076 International Business
ADMN 1207 Quantitative Management Decision-MakingADMN 2607 Introduction to Management ScienceADMN 4606 Business Strategy and Policy IADMN 4607 Business Strategy and Policy II
ADMN 2506 Business StatisticsADMN 3127 Services MarketingADMN 4876 Management of Small EnterprisesADMN 2406 Business Ethics
ADMN 3106 Cost Accounting IADMN 3107 Cost Accounting IIECON 1006 Introduction to Microeconomics3 credits, general electives
ADMN 3116 Finance IADMN 3117 Finance II3 credits, general electives3 credits, general electives
3 credits, general electives [recommended to complete during spring term]

GPA Required: 3.30+

 

Transfer credits awarded: 60

 

Credits required for completion: 60

 

Degree earned: BBA

 

Campus: Sault Ste. Marie and Brampton

 

Required Courses for Completion of Bachelor Degree:

Fall [semester 1]Winter [semester 2]Fall [semester 3]Winter [semester 4]
ADMN 1206 Management Skills and Secondary Research MethodsADMN 2017 Managing the Not-for-Profit OrganizationADMN 4046 Operations ManagementADMN 4076 International Business
ADMN 1207 Quantitative Management Decision-MakingADMN 2607 Introduction to Management ScienceADMN 4606 Business Strategy and Policy IADMN 4607 Business Strategy and Policy II
ADMN 2506 Business StatisticsADMN 3127 Services MarketingADMN 4876 Management of Small EnterprisesADMN 2406 Business Ethics
ADMN 3106 Cost Accounting IADMN 3107 Cost Accounting II3 credits, general electives3 credits, general electives
ADMN 3116 Finance IADMN 3117 Finance II3 credits, general electives3 credits, general electives

GPA Required: 3.00 – 3.29

 

Transfer credits awarded: 57

 

Credits required for completion: 63

 

Degree earned: BBA

 

Campus: Sault Ste. Marie and Brampton

 

Required Courses for Completion of Bachelor Degree at Algoma U:

Fall [semester 1]Winter [semester 2]Fall [semester 3]Winter [semester 4]
ADMN 1206 Management Skills and Secondary Research MethodsADMN 2017 Managing the Not-for-Profit OrganizationADMN 4046 Operations ManagementADMN 4076 International Business
ADMN 1207 Quantitative Management Decision-MakingADMN 2607 Introduction to Management ScienceADMN 4606 Business Strategy and Policy IADMN 4607 Business Strategy and Policy II
ADMN 2506 Business StatisticsADMN 3127 Services MarketingADMN 4876 Management of Small EnterprisesADMN 2406 Business Ethics
ADMN 3106 Cost Accounting IADMN 3107 Cost Accounting II3 credits, general electivesADMN 3137 Management of Human Resources
ADMN 3116 Finance IADMN 3117 Finance II3 credits, general electives3 credits, general electives
3 credits, general electives [recommended to complete during spring term]

GPA Required: 3.30+

 

Transfer credits awarded: 60

 

Credits required for completion: 60

 

Degree earned: BBA

 

Campus: Sault Ste. Marie and Brampton

 

Required Courses for Completion of Bachelor Degree at Algoma U:

Fall [semester 1]Winter [semester 2]Fall [semester 3]Winter [semester 4]
ADMN 1206 Management Skills and Secondary Research MethodsADMN 2017 Managing the Not-for-Profit OrganizationADMN 4046 Operations ManagementADMN 4076 International Business
ADMN 1207 Quantitative Management Decision-MakingADMN 2607 Introduction to Management ScienceADMN 4606 Business Strategy and Policy IADMN 4607 Business Strategy and Policy II
ADMN 2506 Business StatisticsADMN 3127 Services MarketingADMN 4876 Management of Small EnterprisesADMN 3137 Management of Human Resources
ADMN 3106 Cost Accounting IADMN 3107 Cost Accounting II3 credits, general electives3 credits, general electives
ADMN 3116 Finance IADMN 3117 Finance II3 credits, general electives3 credits, general electives

Graduates of the Computer Engineering Technician program are eligible to Algoma University’s Collaborative Online Bridging Program.

 

OPTION 1

GPA Required: 3.00+

 

Transfer credits awarded: 45

 

Credits required for completion: 45

 

Degree earned: BA Computer Science (General)

 

 

OPTION 2

GPA Required: 3.00+

 

Transfer credits awarded: 45

 

Credits required for completion: 75

 

Degree earned: BA Computer Science (Honours)

 

Campus: Sault Ste. Marie and Brampton

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