Right here at Seneca, we are making it easy for you to go even further by transferring your existing diploma credits to a Seneca honours bachelor degree.
Seneca offers many transfer options that allow you to transfer from a Seneca diploma program into a Seneca degree.
Review the possible pathway opportunities here.
If you are a current Seneca student or recent Seneca graduate (within the last semester), please use the following steps to apply to a Seneca degree program:
1. Complete a Diploma to Seneca Degree – Pathways Transfer form. This form is also available at the Registration Office, a degree program co-ordinator/program chair, or your student adviser.
2. Once you have completed your portion of the form, bring it to your student adviser, program co-ordinator or program chair who will complete the remaining portion of the form and submit it for processing.
Please note: Submitting this form is not a guarantee of admission to a degree program.
Other applicants, including Seneca diploma graduates from more than one semester ago, graduates from other colleges, or students wishing to start in semester one of a degree program, should apply through the Ontario Colleges website.
More about Seneca degrees
A Seneca honours bachelor degree offers the theory and practical experience that employers value and provides students with the foundation required to pursue further education. Seneca degree students benefit from work-integrated learning opportunities, expert faculty and a curriculum connected to industry needs.
Each of Seneca’s degrees has been assessed and approved by the Post-Secondary Education Quality Assessment Board (PEQAB) in association with the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. Each degree is reviewed and renewed every 5-7 years by PEQAB to ensure program quality. All Seneca degrees are considered equivalent to a four-year 120-credit honours degree.
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Seneca Advanced Diploma to Seneca Honours Bachelor of Commerce Degree
“After completing my diploma, I transitioned into Seneca’s Bachelor of Commerce degree program in International Accounting & Finance. The degree put the icing on the cake and provided more depth and breadth in the subject area. Once I completed my degree, I started my new job as an accountant at the firm where I did my co-op placement.”