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Trent University

Recruitment and Admissions
1600 West Bank Drive
Peterborough, Ontario, Canada K9J 7B8
  1 888.739.8885
 liaison@trentu.ca
 trentu.ca

Trent University Durham
55 Thornton Road
Oshawa, Ontario, Canada L1J 5Y1
 905.435.5100
 durham@trentu.ca
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General policy: Graduates with a minimum cumulative 65% C+ average will be considered for admission to the Faculty of Arts and Science. Transfer credit may be awarded for academic courses; assessment is based upon grades and course content. More information about the Trent University Transfer Credit policy can be found at the following website: trentu.ca/transfer.


Seneca Program: Arts and Science - University Transfer

Degree: Bachelor of Science (Honours)

Graduates of Seneca’s 2-year Arts and Science diploma with a minimum average of 70%/3.0 GPA will be granted 7.5 credits towards a 4-year Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree with multiple major opportunities at Trent University. Students planning on enrolling in the pathway must take a minimum of 0.5 credits, to a maximum of 1 credit at Trent University while continuing their studies at Seneca. Students will be eligible to enroll in a Trent course following their second semester at Seneca. For more information contact the Program Co-ordinator, Seneca, Adam Phillips, at 416.491.5050 ext. 33841.


Seneca Program: Computer Programming and Analysis

Degree: Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Computing and Information Systems

Graduates of this 3-year diploma program who have an academic average of 75%/B+ or higher are eligible to transfer to the third year of Trent University’s 4-year Bachelor of Science in Computing and Information Systems. For details contact the Student Advisor, School of Computer Studies, Seneca or the Admissions Office at Trent University: admissions@trentu.ca.


Seneca Program: Liberal Arts University Transfer

Degree: Bachelor of Arts (Honours)

Graduates of Seneca’s 2-year Liberal Arts diploma with a minimum average of 70%/3.0 GPA will be granted 7.5 credits towards a 4-year Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree with multiple major opportunities at Trent University. Students planning on enrolling in the pathway must take a minimum of 0.5 credits, to a maximum of 1 credit at Trent University while continuing their studies at Seneca. Students will be eligible to enrol in a Trent course following their second semester at Seneca. For more information contact Program Co-ordinator, Seneca, Denise Wales at 416.491.5050 ext. 22587.


Seneca Program: Police Foundations

Degree: Bachelor of Science, Forensic Science or Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science, joint Major in Forensic Science

Graduates of the 2-year Police Foundations diploma program who have an academic average of 75%/B+ or higher are eligible to transfer to the second year of Trent University’s 4-year Bachelor of Science, Forensic Science or Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science, joint Major in Forensic Science. For details contact the Admissions Office at Trent University: admissions@trentu.ca.


Seneca Program: Business Administration - Entrepreneurship and Small Business

Degree: Marketing and Entrepreneurship Post-Graduate Certificate

Graduates of the 3-year Business Administration – Entrepreneurship and Small Business advanced diploma program that have an academic average of 75%/B+ or higher are eligible to apply for admission to Trent’s 1-year (5.0 credit) post graduate certificate in Marketing and Entrepreneurship. For details contact the Admissions Office at Trent University: admissions@trentu.ca.


Seneca Program: Social Service Worker

Degree: Bachelor of Social Work

Graduates of Seneca’s two-year Social Service Worker diploma program with a minimum overall average of 75% (B+) are eligible to apply and will be granted 6.0 credits towards a four-year Bachelor of Social Work degree at Trent University. This agreement accepts students into year-two of the Bachelor of Social Work program. Students are required to apply for entry into year-three of the program in order to continue with the professional years of the Bachelor of Social Work program. Students who are not accepted will need to choose an alternative major to continue with their university studies. Admission to the professional years is limited and competitive. For more information contact the Admissions Office at Trent University: admissions@trentu.ca.