Admission with advanced standing

When we evaluate your application, we may grant you advanced standing if you have an enriched secondary school background, if you have studied in a high school or if you have taken courses in a postsecondary setting recognized by a ministry of education (Lycée, college, CEGEP or other university) whose courses match those offered at the University of Ottawa. We can only grant advanced standing for courses that meet the requirements of your chosen program of study.

Information IconTo receive your degree, you must complete more than half the credits for your program at the University of Ottawa. We can only grant you advanced standing for less than half the credits you require for your bachelor’s.
Canadian secondary school students who have participated in the Head Start program

If you have completed any university courses as part of the Head Start program offered by the University of Ottawa, they can count towards your degree.

Canadian and international secondary school students registered in the International Baccalaureate program

If you’re registered in the IB Diploma Program (external site), you can apply to be admitted to first year university if you have passed six subjects (including the prerequisite courses for the program you’ve chosen), with at least three at the higher level. Your combined grade in the six subjects must be 28 or higher, depending on the program you’ve chosen. We can grant you advanced standing for higher level courses in which you have achieved a grade of 5. The advanced standing you receive depends on the requirements of the program you’ve chosen.

International Baccalaureate (Quebec)

If you’ve studied in the IB Middle Years Programme (external site), you can apply for admission after Secondary V, but we will not grant you any advanced standing.

Canadian and international secondary school students who have taken Advanced Placement program courses

If you have taken Advanced Placement program (AP) courses, we might grant you advanced standing for AP courses in which you’ve achieved a score of at least 4 in your AP exam. We can grant you up to 30 units, depending on the requirements of the program you’ve chosen.

CEGEP students

You may receive up to 15 units of advanced standing if you’ve successfully completed 12 CEGEP courses. If you’ve completed more than 12 CEGEP courses, you can receive up to 30 units of advanced standing, which usually represents one year of study at the university level.

Advanced standing granted depends on the courses you’ve completed, the grades you have achieved and the program to which you are admitted.

Canadian college students

If you have completed at least two years of full-time study in the same Canadian college program, we might grant you advanced standing of up to 30 units, depending on the program you’re applying to.

You can also apply to the University of Ottawa after one year of college. However, we will not grant you any advanced standing.

For Ontario students, our agreements with colleges might allow for greater advanced standing.  The Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer has more information on college-university credit transfer in Ontario.

Telfer School of Management programs

Please note that the Telfer School of Management grants advanced standing for specific courses to college transfer students depending on the diploma they have completed.

Transfer students receive 45 unitsof advanced standing for a College of Applied Arts and Technology (CAAT) three-year diploma in business, 30 units of advanced standing for a CAAT two-year diploma in business and 15 units of advanced standing for a CAAT two or three-year non-business diploma.

See more on advanced standing granted to Telfer transfer students.

Students from Canadian universities

Applicants from other Canadian universities who wish to transfer to a University of Ottawa undergraduate program are evaluated based on their secondary and postsecondary studies. If you’ve received a grade of at least 60% in courses that meet the requirements of the program you’ve chosen, you can receive advanced standing.

University Credit Transfer Consortium

The University of Ottawa has joined with six other Ontario universities to make it easier for students to get credit for courses already completed. If you’ve completed any first-year arts, engineering or science degree course at McMaster University, Queen’s University, the University of Guelph, the University of Toronto, the University of Waterloo or Western University with a minimum grade of 60%, you will receive general, first-year units on admission to any direct-entry faculty at the University of Ottawa.

As well, within the seven-member University Credit Transfer Consortium, we grant specific course unitsfor over 20 first-year and second-year basic courses with the highest enrolment levels. Completing any of these courses at any consortium member university will meet the program prerequisite that the corresponding uOttawa course meets, subject to you meeting grade requirements.

Select a consortium university below to view courses eligible for credit transfers.

McMaster University
Course Topic
(Typical Credit Value)
McMaster UniversityUniversity of Ottawa 
(all courses 0.5 weight)
ANTHROPOLOGY
Introduction to Anthropology 
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

ANTHROP1AA3: Introduction to Anthropology: Sex, Food and Death (0.5);
ANTHROP1AB3: Introduction to Anthropology: Identity, Race and Power (0.5)

ANT1101: Social and Cultural Anthropology

or

ANT1501 : Anthropologie sociale et culturelle

BIOLOGY
Introduction to Biology: Organisms (0.5)

BIOLOGY1M03: Biodiversity, Evolution and Humanity (0.5)

BIO1130: Introduction to Organismal Biology

or

BIO1530 : Introduction à la biologie des organismes

BIOLOGY
Introduction to Biology: Cells (0.5)

BIOLOGY1A03: Cell and Molecular Biology (0.5)

BIO1140: Intro to Cell Biology

or

BIO1540 : Introduction à la biologie cellulaire

CHEMISTRY
Introduction to Chemistry 
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

CHEM1A03: Intro Chemistry 1 (0.5); CHEM1AA3: Intro Chemistry 2 (0.5)

CHM1311: Principles of Chemistry

or

CHM1711 : Principes de chimie

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Introduction to Programming (0.5)

COMP SCI1MD3: Introduction to Programming (0.5)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Introduction to Computing (no programming) (0.5)

COMP SCI1TA3: Elementary Computing and Computer Use (0.5)

 

ECONOMICS
Introduction to Microeconomics (0.5)
Introduction to Macroeconomics (0.5)

ECON1B03: Introductory Microeconomics (0.5); 
ECON1BB3: Introductory Macroeconomics (0.5)

ECO1102: Intro to Macroeconomics; ECO1104: Intro to Microeconomics

or

ECO1502 : Introduction à la macroéconomie;
ECO1504 : Introduction à la microéconomie

ENGINEERING
Calculus, 
parts 1 & 2

MATH 1ZA3: Engineering Mathematics I;
MATH 1ZB3: Engineering Mathematics II-A

MAT 1320: Calculus I;
MAT 1322: Calculus II

or

MAT 1720 : Calcul différentiel et intégral I;
MAT 1722 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II

ENGINEERING
Linear Algebra

MATH 1ZC3: Engineering Mathematics II-B

MAT 1341: Introduction to Linear Algebra

or

MAT 1741 : Introduction à l’algèbre linéaire

ENGINEERING
Computer Programming

ENGINEER 1D04: Engineering Computation

GNG1106: Fundamentals of Engineering Computation

or

GNG 1506 : Notions fondamentales du traitement de l’information en génie

ENGINEERING
Chemistry

CHEM 1E03: General Chemistry for Engineering I

CHM 1311: Principles of Chemistry

or

CHM 1711 : Principes de chimie

ENGINEERING
Physics: Electricity & Magnetism

Physics IE03: Waves, Electricity and Magnetic Fields

PHY 1124: Fundamentals of Physics for Engineers

or

PHY 1524 : Principes fondamentaux de physique pour ingénieurs

ENGINEERING
Mechanics

Physics 1D03: Introductory Mechanics

GNG1105: Engineering Mechanics

or

GNG 1505 : Mécanique pour ingénieurs

GEOGRAPHY
Introduction to Human Geography (0.5)
Introduction to Physical Geography (0.5)

GEOG1HA3: Human Geog: Society and Culture (0.5);
Earth Sc 1G03: Earth & the Environment (0.5)

GEG1301: The Physical Environment;
GEG1302: Places and Spaces of Human Activity

or

GEG1701 : L’environnement physique;
GEG1702 : Espaces et lieux de l'activité humaine

MATHEMATICS
Introduction to Calculus 1 (0.5)
Introduction to Calculus 2 (0.5)

MATH1A03: Calculus for Science I (0.5); 
MATH1AA3: Calculus for Science 2 (0.5);
MATH1LS3: Calculus for the Life Sciences I (0.5); MATH1LT3: Calculus for the Life Sciences 2 (0.5)

MAT1330: Calculus for the Life Sciences 1;
MAT1332: Calculus for the Life Sciences 2;
MAT1320: Calculus I;
MAT1322: Calculus 2;
MAT1325: Calculus II and an Introduction to Analysis

 

or

MAT1730 : Calcul différentiel et intégral pour les sciences de la vie I;
MAT1732 : Calcul différentiel et intégral pour les sciences de la vie II;
MAT1720 : Calcul différentiel et intégral I;
MAT1722 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II;
MAT1725 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II et introduction à l’analyse mathématique

MATHEMATICS
Linear Algebra (0.5)

MATH1B03: Linear Algebra 1 (0.5)

MAT1341: Introduction to Linear Algebra

or

MAT1741 : Introduction à l’algèbre linéaire

MATHEMATICS
Mathematics for Business/ Humanities/ Social Sciences (0.5)

MATH1M03: Calculus for Business, Humanities and the Social Sciences (0.5)

MAT1300: Mathematical Methods 1; 
MAT1302: Mathematical Methods 2; 
MAT1303: Mathematical Methods 3

or

MAT1700 : Méthodes mathématiques I;
MAT1702 : Méthodes mathématiques II;
MAT1703: Méthodes mathématiques III

PHYSICS
Introduction to Physics (Life Sciences)
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

PHYSICS 1L03: Physics of the Living Systems (0.5);
PHYSICS1BB3: Modern Physics for Life Sciences (0.5) (requires PHYSICS 1B03 – see below)

PHY1321: Physics 1; 
PHY1322: Principles of Physics 2

or

PHY1721 : Principes de physique I;
PHY1722 : Principes de physique II

PHYSICS
Introduction to Physics (Physical Sciences)
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

PHYSICS1B03: Mechanics and Waves (0.5);
PHYSICS1BA3: Introduction to Modern Physics (0.5)

PHY1121: Fundamentals of Physics 1;
PHY1122: Fundamentals of Physics 2

or

PHY1521 : Principes fondamentaux de physique I;
PHY1522 : Principes fondamentaux de physique II

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Introduction to Political Science
(2 x 0.5
or 1 x 1.0)

POLSCI 1G06: Politics and Government (1.0)

POL1101: Introduction to Political Science;
POL1102: Politics and Globalization

or

POL1501 : Introduction à la science politique;
POL1502 : Politique et mondialisation

PSYCHOLOGY
Introduction to Psychology
(2 x 0.5
or 1 x 1.0)

PSYCH 1X03: Introduction to Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour (0.5) ;
PSYCH 1XX3: Foundations of Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour (0.5)

PSY1101: Introduction to Psychology: Foundations; PSY1102: Introduction to Psychology: Applications

or

PSY1501 : Introduction à la psychologie: fondements;
PSY1502 : Introduction à la psychologie : applications

SOCIOLOGY
Introduction to Sociology
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

SOCIOL1A06: An Introduction to Sociology (1.0)

SOC1101: Principles of Sociology;

or

SOC1501: Eléments de sociologie

Students applying for credit transfer must be in good standing and have achieved a minimum course grade of 60% or equivalent in the courses to be transferred.

Queen's University
Course Topic
(Typical Credit Value)
Queen’s UniversityUniversity of Ottawa 
(all courses 0.5 weight)
ANTHROPOLOGY
Introduction to Anthropology 
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

Does not have Anthropology. Unspecified credit will be provided.

ANT1101: Social and Cultural Anthropology

or

ANT1501 : Anthropologie sociale et culturelle

BIOLOGY
Introduction to Biology: Organisms (0.5)

BIOL103: Introductory Biology of Organisms (0.5)

BIO1130: Introduction to Organismal Biology

or

BIO1530 : Introduction à la biologie des organismes

BIOLOGY
Introduction to Biology: Cells (0.5)

BIOL102: Introductory Biology of Cells (0.5)

BIO1140: Intro to Cell Biology

or

BIO1540 : Introduction à la biologie cellulaire

CHEMISTRY
Introduction to Chemistry 
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

CHEM112: General Chemistry (1.0)

CHM1311: Principles of Chemistry

or

CHM1711 : Principes de chimie

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Introduction to Programming (0.5)

CISC101: Elements of Computer Science (0.5)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Introduction to Computing (no programming) (0.5)

CISC 110: Elementary Computer Animation (0.5)

 

ECONOMICS
Introduction to Microeconomics (0.5)
Introduction to Macroeconomics (0.5)

ECON111: Introductory Microeconomics (0.5); ECON112: Introductory Macroeconomics (0.5)

or

ECON110: Intro to Economics/ Principles of Economics (1.0)

ECO1102: Intro to Macroeconomics; ECO1104: Intro to Microeconomics

or

ECO1502 : Introduction à la macroéconomie;
ECO1504 : Introduction à la microéconomie

ENGINEERING
Calculus, 
parts 1 & 2

APSC 171: Calculus I;
APSC 172: Calculus II

MAT 1320: Calculus I;
MAT 1322: Calculus II

or

MAT 1720 : Calcul différentiel et intégral I;
MAT 1722 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II

ENGINEERING
Linear Algebra

APSC 174: Linear Algebra

MAT 1341: Introduction to Linear Algebra

or

MAT 1741 : Introduction à l’algèbre linéaire

ENGINEERING
Computer Programming

APSC 142: Computer Programming for Engineers

GNG1106: Fundamentals of Engineering Computation

or

GNG 1506 : Notions fondamentales du traitement de l’information en génie

ENGINEERING
Chemistry

APSC 132: Chemistry and the Environment

CHM 1311: Principles of Chemistry

or

CHM 1711 : Principes de chimie

ENGINEERING
Physics: Electricity & Magnetism

APSC 112: Electricity and Magnetism

PHY 1124: Fundamentals of Physics for Engineers

or

PHY 1524 : Principes fondamentaux de physique pour ingénieurs

ENGINEERING
Mechanics

APSC 111: Mechanics

GNG1105: Engineering Mechanics

or

GNG 1505 : Mécanique pour ingénieurs

GEOGRAPHY
Introduction to Human Geography (0.5)
Introduction to Physical Geography (0.5)

GPHY101: Human Geography (0.5);
GPHY102: Earth System Science (0.5)

GEG1301: The Physical Environment;
GEG1302: Places and Spaces of Human Activity

or

GEG1701 : L’environnement physique;
GEG1702 : Espaces et lieux de l'activité humaine

MATHEMATICS
Introduction to Calculus 1 (0.5)
Introduction to Calculus 2 (0.5)

MATH121: Differential & Integral Calculus (1.0)

MAT1330: Calculus for the Life Sciences 1;
MAT1332: Calculus for the Life Sciences 2;
MAT1320: Calculus I;
MAT1322: Calculus 2;
MAT1325: Calculus II and an Introduction to Analysis

 

or

MAT1730 : Calcul différentiel et intégral pour les sciences de la vie I;
MAT1732 : Calcul différentiel et intégral pour les sciences de la vie II;
MAT1720 : Calcul différentiel et intégral I;
MAT1722 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II;
MAT1725 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II et introduction à l’analyse mathématique

MATHEMATICS
Linear Algebra (0.5)

MATH112: Introduction to Linear Algebra (0.5)

MAT1341: Introduction to Linear Algebra

or

MAT1741 : Introduction à l’algèbre linéaire

MATHEMATICS
Mathematics for Business/ Humanities/ Social Sciences (0.5)

MATH126: Differential and Integral Calculus (1.0)

MAT1300: Mathematical Methods 1; 
MAT1302: Mathematical Methods 2; 
MAT1303: Mathematical Methods 3

or

MAT1700 : Méthodes mathématiques I;
MAT1702 : Méthodes mathématiques II;
MAT1703: Méthodes mathématiques III

PHYSICS
Introduction to Physics (Life Sciences)
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

PHYS117: Introductory Physics (1.0)

PHY1321: Physics 1; 
PHY1322: Principles of Physics 2

or

PHY1721 : Principes de physique I;
PHY1722 : Principes de physique II

PHYSICS
Introduction to Physics (Physical Sciences)
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

PHYS106: General Physics (1.0)

PHY1121: Fundamentals of Physics 1;
PHY1122: Fundamentals of Physics 2

or

PHY1521 : Principes fondamentaux de physique I;
PHY1522 : Principes fondamentaux de physique II

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Introduction to Political Science
(2 x 0.5
or 1 x 1.0)

POLS110: Introduction to Politics and Government (1.0)

POL1101: Introduction to Political Science;
POL1102: Politics and Globalization

or

POL1501 : Introduction à la science politique;
POL1502 : Politique et mondialisation

PSYCHOLOGY
Introduction to Psychology
(2 x 0.5
or 1 x 1.0)

PSYC100: Principles of Psychology (1.0)

PSY1101: Introduction to Psychology: Foundations; PSY1102: Introduction to Psychology: Applications

or

PSY1501 : Introduction à la psychologie: fondements;
PSY1502 : Introduction à la psychologie : applications

SOCIOLOGY
Introduction to Sociology
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

SOCY122: Introduction to Sociology (1.0)

SOC1101: Principles of Sociology;

or

SOC1501: Eléments de sociologie

Students applying for credit transfer must be in good standing and have achieved a minimum course grade of 60% or equivalent in the courses to be transferred.

University of Guelph
Course Topic
(Typical Credit Value)
University of GuelphUniversity of Ottawa 
(all courses 0.5 weight)
ANTHROPOLOGY
Introduction to Anthropology 
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

ANTH1150: Introduction to Anthropology [0.5];
ANTH1120:
Biological Anthropology [0.5]

ANT1101: Social and Cultural Anthropology

or

ANT1501 : Anthropologie sociale et culturelle

BIOLOGY
Introduction to Biology: Organisms (0.5)

BIOL1070: Discovering Biodiversity [0.5]

BIO1130: Introduction to Organismal Biology

or

BIO1530 : Introduction à la biologie des organismes

BIOLOGY
Introduction to Biology: Cells (0.5)

BIOL1090: Intro to Molecular & Cellular Biology [0.5]

 

BIO1140: Intro to Cell Biology

or

BIO1540 : Introduction à la biologie cellulaire

CHEMISTRY
Introduction to Chemistry 
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

CHEM1040: General Chemistry I [0.5];
CHEM1050: General Chemistry 2 [0.5]

CHM1311: Principles of Chemistry

or

CHM1711 : Principes de chimie

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Introduction to Programming (0.5)

CIS1500: Introduction to Programming [0.5]

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Introduction to Computing (no programming) (0.5)

CIS1000: Introduction to Computer Applications [0.5];
CIS1200: Introduction to Computing [0.5]

 

ECONOMICS
Introduction to Microeconomics (0.5)
Introduction to Macroeconomics (0.5)

ECON1100: Introductory Macroeconomics [0.5];
ECON1050: Introductory Microeconomics [0.5]

ECO1102: Intro to Macroeconomics; ECO1104: Intro to Microeconomics

or

ECO1502 : Introduction à la macroéconomie;
ECO1504 : Introduction à la microéconomie

ENGINEERING
Calculus, 
parts 1 & 2

MATH 1200: Calculus I; 
MATH 1210: Calculus II

MAT 1320: Calculus I;
MAT 1322: Calculus II

or

MAT 1720 : Calcul différentiel et intégral I;
MAT 1722 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II

ENGINEERING
Linear Algebra

ENGG 1500: Engineering Analysis

MAT 1341: Introduction to Linear Algebra

or

MAT 1741 : Introduction à l’algèbre linéaire

ENGINEERING
Computer Programming

CIS 1500: Introduction to Programming

GNG1106: Fundamentals of Engineering Computation

or

GNG 1506 : Notions fondamentales du traitement de l’information en génie

ENGINEERING
Chemistry

CHEM 1040: General Chemistry 1

CHM 1311: Principles of Chemistry

or

CHM 1711 : Principes de chimie

ENGINEERING
Physics: Electricity & Magnetism

PHYS 1130: Physics with Applications

PHY 1124: Fundamentals of Physics for Engineers

or

PHY 1524 : Principes fondamentaux de physique pour ingénieurs

ENGINEERING
Mechanics

ENGG 1210: Engineering Mechanics I

GNG1105: Engineering Mechanics

or

GNG 1505 : Mécanique pour ingénieurs

GEOGRAPHY
Introduction to Human Geography (0.5)
Introduction to Physical Geography (0.5)

GEOG1200: Society and Space [0.5];
GEOG1300: Introduction to the Biophysical Environment [0.5]

GEG1301: The Physical Environment;
GEG1302: Places and Spaces of Human Activity

or

GEG1701 : L’environnement physique;
GEG1702 : Espaces et lieux de l'activité humaine

MATHEMATICS
Introduction to Calculus 1 (0.5)
Introduction to Calculus 2 (0.5)

MATH1200: Calculus I [0.5];
MATH1210: Calculus II [0.5];
MATH1080: Elements of Calculus I [0.5] (for non-physical science and non-engineering programs)

MAT1330: Calculus for the Life Sciences 1;
MAT1332: Calculus for the Life Sciences 2;
MAT1320: Calculus I;
MAT1322: Calculus 2;
MAT1325: Calculus II and an Introduction to Analysis

 

or

MAT1730 : Calcul différentiel et intégral pour les sciences de la vie I;
MAT1732 : Calcul différentiel et intégral pour les sciences de la vie II;
MAT1720 : Calcul différentiel et intégral I;
MAT1722 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II;
MAT1725 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II et introduction à l’analyse mathématique

MATHEMATICS
Linear Algebra (0.5)

MATH 2160: Linear Algebra [0.5]

 

MAT1341: Introduction to Linear Algebra

or

MAT1741 : Introduction à l’algèbre linéaire

MATHEMATICS
Mathematics for Business/ Humanities/ Social Sciences (0.5)

MATH1030: Business Mathematics [0.5]

MAT1300: Mathematical Methods 1; 
MAT1302: Mathematical Methods 2; 
MAT1303: Mathematical Methods 3

or

MAT1700 : Méthodes mathématiques I;
MAT1702 : Méthodes mathématiques II;
MAT1703: Méthodes mathématiques III

PHYSICS
Introduction to Physics (Life Sciences)
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

PHYS1070: Introductory Physics for Life Sciences [0.5]*;
PHYS1080: Physics for Life Sciences [0.5] *
*Mandatory lab component for both courses

PHY1321: Physics 1; 
PHY1322: Principles of Physics 2

or

PHY1721 : Principes de physique I;
PHY1722 : Principes de physique II

PHYSICS
Introduction to Physics (Physical Sciences)
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

PHYS1000: An Introduction to Mechanics [0.5];
PHYS1010: Introductory Electricity and Magnetism [0.5]

PHY1121: Fundamentals of Physics 1;
PHY1122: Fundamentals of Physics 2

or

PHY1521 : Principes fondamentaux de physique I;
PHY1522 : Principes fondamentaux de physique II

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Introduction to Political Science
(2 x 0.5
or 1 x 1.0)

POLS1150: Understanding Politics [0.5];
POLS1500: World Politics [0.5]

POL1101: Introduction to Political Science;
POL1102: Politics and Globalization

or

POL1501 : Introduction à la science politique;
POL1502 : Politique et mondialisation

PSYCHOLOGY
Introduction to Psychology
(2 x 0.5
or 1 x 1.0)

PSYC1000 [0.5]
*** another [0.5] will be granted as PSYC YR1 [0.5]

PSY1101: Introduction to Psychology: Foundations; PSY1102: Introduction to Psychology: Applications

or

PSY1501 : Introduction à la psychologie: fondements;
PSY1502 : Introduction à la psychologie : applications

SOCIOLOGY
Introduction to Sociology
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

SOC1100: Sociology [0.5]
*** another [0.5] will be granted as SOC YR1 [0.5]

SOC1101: Principles of Sociology;

or

SOC1501: Eléments de sociologie

Students applying for credit transfer must be in good standing and have achieved a minimum course grade of 60% or equivalent in the courses to be transferred.

University of Toronto
Course Topic
(Typical Credit Value)
University of Toronto University of Ottawa 
(all courses 0.5 weight)
ANTHROPOLOGY
Introduction to Anthropology 
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

STG-FAS: ANT100Y1: Introduction to Anthropology

UTM: ANT101H5: Introduction to Biological Anthropology and Archaeology;
ANT102H5: Introduction to Sociocultural and Linguistic Anthropology

UTSC: ANTA02H3: Introduction to Anthropology: Society, Culture and Language; ANTA01H3: Introduction to Anthropology: Becoming Human

ANT1101: Social and Cultural Anthropology

or

ANT1501 : Anthropologie sociale et culturelle

BIOLOGY
Introduction to Biology: Organisms (0.5)

STG-FAS: BIO120H1: Adaptation and Biodiversity

UTM: BIO153H5: Diversity of Organisms

UTSC: BIOA02H3: Life on Earth: Form, Function and Interactions

BIO1130: Introduction to Organismal Biology

or

BIO1530 : Introduction à la biologie des organismes

BIOLOGY
Introduction to Biology: Cells (0.5)

STG-FAS: BIO130H1: Molecular and Cell Biology

UTM: BIO152H5: Introduction to Evolution and Evolutionary Genetics

UTSC: BIOA01H3: Life on Earth: Unifying Principles

BIO1140: Intro to Cell Biology

or

BIO1540 : Introduction à la biologie cellulaire

CHEMISTRY
Introduction to Chemistry 
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

STG-FAS: CHM135H1: Chemistry: Physical Principles;
CHM138H1: Introductory Organic Chemistry

UTM: CHM110H5: Chemical Principles 1; 
CHM120H5: Chemical Principles 2

UTSC: CHMA10H3: Introductory Chemistry I: Structure and Bonding; CHMA11H3: Introductory Chemistry 2: Reactions and Mechanisms

CHM1311: Principles of Chemistry

or

CHM1711 : Principes de chimie

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Introduction to Programming (0.5)

STG-FAS: CSC108H1: Introduction to Computer Programming

UTM: CSC108H5: Introduction to Computer Programming

UTSC: CSCA08H3: Introduction to Computer Programming

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Introduction to Computing (no programming) (0.5)

STG-FAS: CSC104H1: The Why and How of Computing

UTM: CSC104H5: The Why and How of Computing

 

ECONOMICS
Introduction to Microeconomics (0.5)
Introduction to Macroeconomics (0.5)

STG-FAS: ECO100Y1: Introduction to Economics

UTM: ECO100Y5: Introduction to Economics

ECO1102: Intro to Macroeconomics; ECO1104: Intro to Microeconomics

or

ECO1502 : Introduction à la macroéconomie;
ECO1504 : Introduction à la microéconomie

ENGINEERING
Calculus, 
parts 1 & 2

MAT 186: Calculus I;
MAT 187: Calculus II

or

APS 162: Calculus I;
APS 163: Calculus II

MAT 1320: Calculus I;
MAT 1322: Calculus II

or

MAT 1720 : Calcul différentiel et intégral I;
MAT 1722 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II

ENGINEERING
Linear Algebra

MAT 188H1: Linear Algebra

MAT 1341: Introduction to Linear Algebra

or

MAT 1741 : Introduction à l’algèbre linéaire

ENGINEERING
Computer Programming

APS 106H1: Fundamentals of Computer Programming

GNG1106: Fundamentals of Engineering Computation

or

GNG 1506 : Notions fondamentales du traitement de l’information en génie

ENGINEERING
Chemistry

CHE 112: Physical Chemistry

CHM 1311: Principles of Chemistry

or

CHM 1711 : Principes de chimie

ENGINEERING
Physics: Electricity & Magnetism

ECE 110H1: Electrical Fundamentals

PHY 1124: Fundamentals of Physics for Engineers

or

PHY 1524 : Principes fondamentaux de physique pour ingénieurs

ENGINEERING
Mechanics

CIV 100H1: Mechanics

or

APS 160: Mechanics

GNG1105: Engineering Mechanics

or

GNG 1505 : Mécanique pour ingénieurs

GEOGRAPHY
Introduction to Human Geography (0.5)
Introduction to Physical Geography (0.5)

STG-FAS: GGR100H1: Introduction to Physical Geography;
GGR107H1: Environment, Food and People;
GGR112H1: Geographies of Globalization, Development and Inequality;
GGR124H1: Urbanization, Contemporary Cities and Urban Life

UTM: GGR111H5: Human Geography;
GGR112H5: Physical Geography
(formerly GGR117Y5)

UTSC: GGRA02H3: The Geography of Global Processes

GEG1301: The Physical Environment;
GEG1302: Places and Spaces of Human Activity

or

GEG1701 : L’environnement physique;
GEG1702 : Espaces et lieux de l'activité humaine

MATHEMATICS
Introduction to Calculus 1 (0.5)
Introduction to Calculus 2 (0.5)

STG-FAS: MAT135H1: Calculus 1(A); 
MAT136H1: Calculus 1(B)

UTM: MAT134Y5: Calculus for Life Sciences; 
MAT135Y5: Calculus

UTSC: MATA30H3: Calculus I for Biological and Physical Sciences; MATA35H3: Calculus II for Biological Sciences

 

MAT1330: Calculus for the Life Sciences 1;
MAT1332: Calculus for the Life Sciences 2;
MAT1320: Calculus I;
MAT1322: Calculus 2;
MAT1325: Calculus II and an Introduction to Analysis

 

or

MAT1730 : Calcul différentiel et intégral pour les sciences de la vie I;
MAT1732 : Calcul différentiel et intégral pour les sciences de la vie II;
MAT1720 : Calcul différentiel et intégral I;
MAT1722 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II;
MAT1725 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II et introduction à l’analyse mathématique

MATHEMATICS
Linear Algebra (0.5)

STG-FAS: MAT223H1: Linear Algebra

UTM: MAT223H5 Linear Algebra I

UTSC: MATA23H3: Linear Algebra I

MAT1341: Introduction to Linear Algebra

or

MAT1741 : Introduction à l’algèbre linéaire

MATHEMATICS
Mathematics for Business/ Humanities/ Social Sciences (0.5)

STG-FAS: 133Y1: Calculus and Linear Algebra for Commerce

UTM: MAT133Y5: Calculus and Linear Algebra for Commerce

UTSC: MATA32H3 Mathematics for Management I, MATA33H3 Mathematics for Management II

MAT1300: Mathematical Methods 1; 
MAT1302: Mathematical Methods 2; 
MAT1303: Mathematical Methods 3

or

MAT1700 : Méthodes mathématiques I;
MAT1702 : Méthodes mathématiques II;
MAT1703: Méthodes mathématiques III

PHYSICS
Introduction to Physics (Life Sciences)
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

STG-FAS: PHY131H1: Intro to Physics 1; PHY132H1: Intro to Physics 2

UTM: PHY136H5: Intro Physics 1; 
PHY137H5: Intro Physics 2

UTSC: PHYA11H3 Introduction to Physics IB; PHYA22H3 Introduction to Physics IIB

PHY1321: Physics 1; 
PHY1322: Principles of Physics 2

or

PHY1721 : Principes de physique I;
PHY1722 : Principes de physique II

PHYSICS
Introduction to Physics (Physical Sciences)
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

STG-FAS: PHY151H1: Foundations of Physics 1; PHY152H1: Foundations of Physics 2

UTM: PHY136H5: Introductory Physics 1; 
PHY137H5: Introductory Physics 2

UTSC: PHYA10H3  Introduction to Physics IA; PHYA21H3: Introduction to Physics IIA

PHY1121: Fundamentals of Physics 1;
PHY1122: Fundamentals of Physics 2

or

PHY1521 : Principes fondamentaux de physique I;
PHY1522 : Principes fondamentaux de physique II

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Introduction to Political Science
(2 x 0.5
or 1 x 1.0)

STG-FAS: POL101Y1: Democracy, Dictatorship, War, and Peace: An Introduction

UTM: For a 1.0-credit course, UTM awards two of:

POL111H5: Canada in Comparative Perspective;

POL112H5: Democracy in Theory and Practice;

POL113H5: Ideas and Ideologies;

POL114H5: Politics in the Global World

POL1101: Introduction to Political Science;
POL1102: Politics and Globalization

or

POL1501 : Introduction à la science politique;
POL1502 : Politique et mondialisation

PSYCHOLOGY
Introduction to Psychology
(2 x 0.5
or 1 x 1.0)

STG-FAS: PSY100H1: Introductory Psychology

UTM: PSY100Y5: Introductory Psychology

UTSC: PSYA01H3: Introductory Psychology Part 1; PSYA02H3: Introductory Psychology Part 2

PSY1101: Introduction to Psychology: Foundations; PSY1102: Introduction to Psychology: Applications

or

PSY1501 : Introduction à la psychologie: fondements;
PSY1502 : Introduction à la psychologie : applications

SOCIOLOGY
Introduction to Sociology
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

STG-FAS: SOC101Y1: Introduction to Sociology

SOC103H1: Introduction to Sociology Social Institutions and Processes

SOC102H1: Introduction to Sociology Social Inequalities

UTM: SOC100H5: Introduction to Sociology

UTSC: SOCA01H3: Introduction to Sociology 1; SOCA02H3: Introduction to Sociology 2

SOC1101: Principles of Sociology;

or

SOC1501: Eléments de sociologie

Students applying for credit transfer must be in good standing and have achieved a minimum course grade of 60% or equivalent in the courses to be transferred.

University of Waterloo
Course Topic
(Typical Credit Value)
University of WaterlooUniversity of Ottawa 
(all courses 0.5 weight)
ANTHROPOLOGY
Introduction to Anthropology 
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

ANTH101: Human and Cultural Evolution; ANTH102: Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology

ANT1101: Social and Cultural Anthropology

or

ANT1501 : Anthropologie sociale et culturelle

BIOLOGY
Introduction to Biology: Organisms (0.5)

BIOL112: Intro Biology 2

BIO1130: Introduction to Organismal Biology

or

BIO1530 : Introduction à la biologie des organismes

BIOLOGY
Introduction to Biology: Cells (0.5)

BIOL130, 130L: Introductory Cell Biology, Laboratory

BIO1140: Intro to Cell Biology

or

BIO1540 : Introduction à la biologie cellulaire

CHEMISTRY
Introduction to Chemistry 
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

CHEM120,120L: Phys & Chem Prop of Matter, Laboratory; 
CHEM123, 123L: Chem Reac, Equilibria, Kinetics, Laboratory

CHM1311: Principles of Chemistry

or

CHM1711 : Principes de chimie

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Introduction to Programming (0.5)

CS115: Introduction to Computer Science 1

or

CS135: Designing Functional Programs

 

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Introduction to Computing (no programming) (0.5)

CS100: Introduction to Computing through Applications

 

ECONOMICS
Introduction to Microeconomics (0.5)
Introduction to Macroeconomics (0.5)

ECON101: Intro to Microeconomics;
ECON102: Intro to Macroeconomics

ECO1102: Intro to Macroeconomics; ECO1104: Intro to Microeconomics

or

ECO1502 : Introduction à la macroéconomie;
ECO1504 : Introduction à la microéconomie

ENGINEERING
Calculus, 
parts 1 & 2

Math 116: Calculus 1 for Engineering;
Math 118: Calculus 2 for Engineering

MAT 1320: Calculus I;
MAT 1322: Calculus II

or

MAT 1720 : Calcul différentiel et intégral I;
MAT 1722 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II

ENGINEERING
Linear Algebra

Math 115: Linear Algebra for Engineering

MAT 1341: Introduction to Linear Algebra

or

MAT 1741 : Introduction à l’algèbre linéaire

ENGINEERING
Computer Programming

GenE 121: Digital Computation

GNG1106: Fundamentals of Engineering Computation

or

GNG 1506 : Notions fondamentales du traitement de l’information en génie

ENGINEERING
Chemistry

CHE 102: Chemistry for Engineers

CHM 1311: Principles of Chemistry

or

CHM 1711 : Principes de chimie

ENGINEERING
Physics: Electricity & Magnetism

PHYS 112: Physics 2

PHY 1124: Fundamentals of Physics for Engineers

or

PHY 1524 : Principes fondamentaux de physique pour ingénieurs

ENGINEERING
Mechanics

PHYS 115: Mechanics

GNG1105: Engineering Mechanics

or

GNG 1505 : Mécanique pour ingénieurs

GEOGRAPHY
Introduction to Human Geography (0.5)
Introduction to Physical Geography (0.5)

GEOG101: Geography and Human Habitat;
GEOG102: Geography and Our Planetary Environment

GEG1301: The Physical Environment;
GEG1302: Places and Spaces of Human Activity

or

GEG1701 : L’environnement physique;
GEG1702 : Espaces et lieux de l'activité humaine

MATHEMATICS
Introduction to Calculus 1 (0.5)
Introduction to Calculus 2 (0.5)

MATH127: Calculus 1 for the Sciences; 
MATH128: Calculus 2 for the Sciences

or

MATH137: Calculus 1 for Honours Mathematics; MATH1XX

MAT1330: Calculus for the Life Sciences 1;
MAT1332: Calculus for the Life Sciences 2;
MAT1320: Calculus I;
MAT1322: Calculus 2;
MAT1325: Calculus II and an Introduction to Analysis

 

or

MAT1730 : Calcul différentiel et intégral pour les sciences de la vie I;
MAT1732 : Calcul différentiel et intégral pour les sciences de la vie II;
MAT1720 : Calcul différentiel et intégral I;
MAT1722 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II;
MAT1725 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II et introduction à l’analyse mathématique

MATHEMATICS
Linear Algebra (0.5)

MATH114: Linear Algebra for Science

or

MATH136: Linear Algebra 1 for Honours Mathematics

MAT1341: Introduction to Linear Algebra

or

MAT1741 : Introduction à l’algèbre linéaire

MATHEMATICS
Mathematics for Business/ Humanities/ Social Sciences (0.5)

MATH103: Introductory Algebra for Arts and Social Science

or

MATH104: Introductory Calculus for Arts and Social Science

MAT1300: Mathematical Methods 1; 
MAT1302: Mathematical Methods 2; 
MAT1303: Mathematical Methods 3

or

MAT1700 : Méthodes mathématiques I;
MAT1702 : Méthodes mathématiques II;
MAT1703: Méthodes mathématiques III

PHYSICS
Introduction to Physics (Life Sciences)
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

PHYS111,111L: Physics 1, Laboratory;
PHYS112,112L: Physics 2, Laboratory

PHY1321: Physics 1; 
PHY1322: Principles of Physics 2

or

PHY1721 : Principes de physique I;
PHY1722 : Principes de physique II

PHYSICS
Introduction to Physics (Physical Sciences)
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

PHYS121,121L: Mechanics, Laboratory;
PHYS122,122L: Waves, Electricity, Magnetism, Laboratory

PHY1121: Fundamentals of Physics 1;
PHY1122: Fundamentals of Physics 2

or

PHY1521 : Principes fondamentaux de physique I;
PHY1522 : Principes fondamentaux de physique II

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Introduction to Political Science
(2 x 0.5
or 1 x 1.0)

PSCI101: Intro to Political Ideas

or

PSCI110: Intro to Politics in Contemporary World

POL1101: Introduction to Political Science;
POL1102: Politics and Globalization

or

POL1501 : Introduction à la science politique;
POL1502 : Politique et mondialisation

PSYCHOLOGY
Introduction to Psychology
(2 x 0.5
or 1 x 1.0)

PSYCH101: Introductory Psychology

or

PSYCH 121R: Introductory Psychology

PSY1101: Introduction to Psychology: Foundations; PSY1102: Introduction to Psychology: Applications

or

PSY1501 : Introduction à la psychologie: fondements;
PSY1502 : Introduction à la psychologie : applications

SOCIOLOGY
Introduction to Sociology
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

SOC101: Introduction to Sociology

or

SOC120R: Fundamentals of Sociology

SOC1101: Principles of Sociology;

or

SOC1501: Eléments de sociologie

Students applying for credit transfer must be in good standing and have achieved a minimum course grade of 60% or equivalent in the courses to be transferred.

Western University
Course Topic
(Typical Credit Value)
Western UniversityUniversity of Ottawa 
(all courses 0.5 weight)
ANTHROPOLOGY
Introduction to Anthropology 
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

ANTHROPOLOGY1025F/G: Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology (0.5); 1026F/G: Introduction to Biological Anthropology and Archaeology (0.5);
Anthropology1027A/B: Introduction to Linguistics (0.5);
Anthropology1020E: Many ways of being human (1.0)

ANT1101: Social and Cultural Anthropology

or

ANT1501 : Anthropologie sociale et culturelle

BIOLOGY
Introduction to Biology: Organisms (0.5)

BIOLOGY1001A/B: Biology 1 for Science (0.5)

BIO1130: Introduction to Organismal Biology

or

BIO1530 : Introduction à la biologie des organismes

BIOLOGY
Introduction to Biology: Cells (0.5)

BIOLOGY1002A/B: Biology 2 for Science (0.5)

BIO1140: Intro to Cell Biology

or

BIO1540 : Introduction à la biologie cellulaire

CHEMISTRY
Introduction to Chemistry 
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

CHEMISTRY1100A/B: Discovering Chemistry 1 (0.5); CHEMISTRY1200A/B: Discovering Chemistry 2 (0.5)

CHM1311: Principles of Chemistry

or

CHM1711 : Principes de chimie

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Introduction to Programming (0.5)

COMPUTER SCIENCE1026A/B: Computer Science Fundamentals I (0.5)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Introduction to Computing (no programming) (0.5)

COMPUTER SCIENCE1032A/B: Information Systems and Design (0.5)

 

ECONOMICS
Introduction to Microeconomics (0.5)
Introduction to Macroeconomics (0.5)

ECONOMICS1021A/B: Principles of Microeconomics (0.5); ECONOMICS1022A/B: Principles of Macroeconomics (0.5)

ECO1102: Intro to Macroeconomics; ECO1104: Intro to Microeconomics

or

ECO1502 : Introduction à la macroéconomie;
ECO1504 : Introduction à la microéconomie

ENGINEERING
Calculus, 
parts 1 & 2

Applied Math 1413: Applied Mathematics for Engineers I

or (for students with only a .5 course to transfer) one of:

Calculus 1000A/B: Calculus 1;
Calculus 1301A/B: Calculus 2

MAT 1320: Calculus I;
MAT 1322: Calculus II

or

MAT 1720 : Calcul différentiel et intégral I;
MAT 1722 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II

ENGINEERING
Linear Algebra

Applied Mathematics 1411A/B: Linear Algebra with Numerical Analysis for Engineering

MAT 1341: Introduction to Linear Algebra

or

MAT 1741 : Introduction à l’algèbre linéaire

ENGINEERING
Computer Programming

ENGSCI 1036A/B: Programming Fundamentals for Engineers

GNG1106: Fundamentals of Engineering Computation

or

GNG 1506 : Notions fondamentales du traitement de l’information en génie

ENGINEERING
Chemistry

Chemistry 1024A/B: Chemistry for Engineers

CHM 1311: Principles of Chemistry

or

CHM 1711 : Principes de chimie

ENGINEERING
Physics: Electricity & Magnetism

Physics 1402A/B: Physics for Engineering Students II

PHY 1124: Fundamentals of Physics for Engineers

or

PHY 1524 : Principes fondamentaux de physique pour ingénieurs

ENGINEERING
Mechanics

Physics 1401 A/B: Physics for Engineering Students I

GNG1105: Engineering Mechanics

or

GNG 1505 : Mécanique pour ingénieurs

GEOGRAPHY
Introduction to Human Geography (0.5)
Introduction to Physical Geography (0.5)

GEOGRAPHY1100: Fundamentals of Geography (1.0)
Geography 1300A/B: Physical Geography (0.5)
Geography 1400F/G: People, places and landscapes (0.5);
Geography 1500F/G: Society and Nature (0.5)

GEG1301: The Physical Environment;
GEG1302: Places and Spaces of Human Activity

or

GEG1701 : L’environnement physique;
GEG1702 : Espaces et lieux de l'activité humaine

MATHEMATICS
Introduction to Calculus 1 (0.5)
Introduction to Calculus 2 (0.5)

CALCULUS1000A/B: Calculus 1 (0.5);
CALCULUS1301A/B: Calculus 2 (0.5);
Calculus 1500A/B: Calculus I for the Mathematical Sciences (0.5);
MATH1501A/B: Calculus II for Mathematical and Physical Sciences (0.5)

MAT1330: Calculus for the Life Sciences 1;
MAT1332: Calculus for the Life Sciences 2;
MAT1320: Calculus I;
MAT1322: Calculus 2;
MAT1325: Calculus II and an Introduction to Analysis

 

or

MAT1730 : Calcul différentiel et intégral pour les sciences de la vie I;
MAT1732 : Calcul différentiel et intégral pour les sciences de la vie II;
MAT1720 : Calcul différentiel et intégral I;
MAT1722 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II;
MAT1725 : Calcul différentiel et intégral II et introduction à l’analyse mathématique

MATHEMATICS
Linear Algebra (0.5)

MATH1600A/B: Linear Algebra 1 (0.5)

MAT1341: Introduction to Linear Algebra

or

MAT1741 : Introduction à l’algèbre linéaire

MATHEMATICS
Mathematics for Business/ Humanities/ Social Sciences (0.5)

MATH1225A/B: Methods of Calculus (0.5);
MATH1229A/B: Methods of Matrix Algebra (0.5);
MATH1228A/B: Methods of Finite Mathematics (0.5)

MAT1300: Mathematical Methods 1; 
MAT1302: Mathematical Methods 2; 
MAT1303: Mathematical Methods 3

or

MAT1700 : Méthodes mathématiques I;
MAT1702 : Méthodes mathématiques II;
MAT1703: Méthodes mathématiques III

PHYSICS
Introduction to Physics (Life Sciences)
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

PHYSICS1028A/B: Physics for the Biological Sciences 1 (0.5); 
PHYSICS1029A/B: Physics for the Biological Sciences 2 (0.5)

PHY1321: Physics 1; 
PHY1322: Principles of Physics 2

or

PHY1721 : Principes de physique I;
PHY1722 : Principes de physique II

PHYSICS
Introduction to Physics (Physical Sciences)
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

PHYSICS 1301A/B: Introductory Physics 1 (0.5); 
PHYSICS 1302A/B: Introductory Physics 2 (0.5)

PHY1121: Fundamentals of Physics 1;
PHY1122: Fundamentals of Physics 2

or

PHY1521 : Principes fondamentaux de physique I;
PHY1522 : Principes fondamentaux de physique II

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Introduction to Political Science
(2 x 0.5
or 1 x 1.0)

POLITICAL SCIENCE1020E: Introduction to Political Science (1.0)

POL1101: Introduction to Political Science;
POL1102: Politics and Globalization

or

POL1501 : Introduction à la science politique;
POL1502 : Politique et mondialisation

PSYCHOLOGY
Introduction to Psychology
(2 x 0.5
or 1 x 1.0)

PSYCHOLOGY1000: Introduction to Psychology (1.0)

PSY1101: Introduction to Psychology: Foundations; PSY1102: Introduction to Psychology: Applications

or

PSY1501 : Introduction à la psychologie: fondements;
PSY1502 : Introduction à la psychologie : applications

SOCIOLOGY
Introduction to Sociology
(2 x 0.5 
or 1 x 1.0)

SOCIOLOGY1020: Intro to Sociology (1.0); 
SOCIOLOGY1021E: Intro to Sociology (1.0)

SOC1101: Principles of Sociology;

or

SOC1501: Eléments de sociologie

Students applying for credit transfer must be in good standing and have achieved a minimum course grade of 60% or equivalent in the courses to be transferred.

Students from a foreign university

The Admissions Office is responsible for examining your record and can grant you advanced standing based on the courses that you have passed. The advanced standing you receive depends on the requirements of the program you’ve chosen and the grades you have achieved. If you would like to have your file evaluated for possible advanced standing, we require proof of accreditation or recognition of the institution you studied at by its country’s ministry of education, as well as your official transcript.

Students from a lycée français

If you have received the Diplôme du baccalauréat général from a lycée recognized by the Agence pour l'enseignement français à l'étranger, you can receive advanced standing in an undergraduate program. The advanced standing we grant you depends on the program you’ve chosen and your grades.

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