Before applying for admission to Algoma U, be sure to review the admission requirements below. Using the menu options below, find the requirements that apply to you. If you have any questions, please reach out to us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org (Canadian Students) or email@example.com (International Students).
|Major||High School Prerequisites – 6 U/M level courses at the Grade 12 level including:||Min. Avg.||Minor||Campus|
|Accounting||ENG4U, two U/M Math|
(Data Management recommended)
|Biology||ENG4U, MHF4U, 2 U/M Sciences|
(Biology & Chemistry recommended)
Human Resources Management
|ENG4U, two U/M Math|
|Community Economic and Social Development||ENG4U||65%||•||SSM/BRAMP|
Mobile Software Engineering
Computer Games Technology
Computer Games Technology/Creative Arts
|For BCOSC: ENG4U, MHF4U,|
1 other U/M Math
For BSc: ENG4U, MHF4U,
2 other U/M Sciences
(Physics & Chemistry recommended)
|Economics||ENG4U, two U/M Math||65%||•||SSM|
|Engineering||ENG4U, MHF4U, SCH4U, SPH4U,|
1 additional 4U Science or Mathematics
1 additional 4U/M
(75% for Mechanical Engineering)
|Environmental Science||ENG4U, MHF4U, 2 U/M Sciences|
(Biology & Chemistry recommended)
|Finance and Economics||ENG4U, two U/M Math|
|Law and Justice||ENG4U||65%||•||SSM|
|Music||ENG4U + Interview||65%||•||SSM|
BSc: ENG4U, one U/M Math, two U/M Sciences (Physics & Chemistry recommended)
|Visual Arts||ENG4U + Portfolio||65%||•||SSM|
- Alberta: Five grade 12 courses numbered 30 or 31
- British Columbia and the Yukon: Four academic courses numbered 12 including English 12
- Manitoba: Five academic grade 12 courses at the 40 level
- New Brunswick: Five academic grade 12 courses numbered 121 or 122 (courses numbered 120 may be considered)
- Newfoundland: Six two-credit academic courses at level 3
- Nova Scotia: Five grade 12 courses at the 541 level (441 level courses may be considered)
- Nunavut/Northwest Territories: Five grade 12 courses numbered 30 or 31
- Prince Edward Island: Five grade 12 courses numbered 611 or 621
- Quebec: First year CEGEP with satisfactory standing
- Saskatchewan: Five academic courses in grade 12
- Yukon: Four grade 12 examinable courses (courses with % grades not letter grades)
International Baccalaureate Admission Guidelines (International Students)
- The IB Diploma with a minimum of 26 points is accepted for admission.
- Candidates with 28 points or higher in the IB Diploma qualify for scholarship consideration.
- Upon attainment of 28 points in the IB diploma, a minimum grade of 5 in either Standard (SL) or Higher (HL) Level courses is required for consideration of credit transfer.
International Baccalaureate Admission Guidelines (Domestic Students)
Students who have completed IB courses in a Canadian Secondary School will be considered for individual transfer credits. The IB diploma will not be required as long as the general admission requirements have been met (successful completion of six Grade 12 U/M courses, with specific grade requirements and OSSD or equivalent).
The following criteria is required to receive transfer credits:
- A minimum grade of 5 in either Standard (SL) or Higher (HL) level courses and must have achieved a minimum of 28 points in the IB diploma.
- Transfer credits may be given to a maximum of 30 credits, which is equivalent to year one of full-time study.
- Scholarship consideration will be based on completion of top six Grade 12 U/M courses (80%+ required).
To inquire about transfer credit eligibility, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
IB Students follow all other regular application procedures.
Applicants who have completed AP exams with a minimum final grade of 4 will be eligible to receive university credits for up to a maximum of 12 credits (four full courses).
To inquire about AP eligibility, please contact email@example.com.
- International applications are individually assessed on country-specific criteria.
- In general, we are looking for 5-6 traditional academic courses in the final year of senior secondary including English. Other course requirements will apply for certain programs.
- A minimum average of 65%/70% or country-specific equivalent
- Proof of language proficiency for non-native English speakers.
Recognition of Prior Learning
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