At Trent University, we make it easy for you to make the most of the college credits you have already earned. Our flexible college-to-university pathway options will help you open new doors, expand your options, and achieve your personal and academic goals.
Explore our two campuses in Peterborough and Durham, learn more about our popular academic programs such as Business, Psychology, Biomedical Science, and Forensic Science (or browse the complete list here), and discover how our flexible and interactive learning environment equips you for success in your career of choice.
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Seneca to Trent: Specific Transfer Agreements
With many transfer agreements and flexible pathway options, Trent University is a leader in helping students achieve degree completion goals. Specific transfer agreements between Trent and Seneca include:
- Police Foundations: Receive 5 transfer credits (1 year) towards BScFS Bachelor of Science, Forensic Science or BA or BSc Joint Major in Forensic Science.
- Computer Programmer Analyst – Computing & Information Systems, Computer Science, or Software Engineering: Receive 10 transfer credits (2 years) towards a BSc Honours, Computing Systems (specializations available).
- Liberal Arts Program: Receive 7.5 credits (1 year + 2.5 credit) towards a BA Honours. Please note: Integrated study allows for students to enter Trent with more than 7.5 credits and the possibility of completing in 2 years dependent upon study progression.
Visit our Campuses
Discover Trent University for yourself. Each time you visit our campuses, you are automatically entered in our draw to win your first-year tuition… FREE! Book a campus tour, offered six days a week, or attend one of our upcoming Open House events:
- Durham: Wednesday, March 16, 2015 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
- Peterborough: Friday, March 18, 2015 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Connect with Us
To discover more about Trent, visit the future student website or download a copy of our 2016 College and University Transfer Guide. You can also always contact our enrolment advisors. Join the conversation @DiscoverTrentU on Twitter and Facebook.
“My transfer path was very beneficial. It taught me a lot about myself and gave me great experiences.”