Recruitment and Admissions
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General policy: Graduates with a minimum cumulative ‘B’ average will be considered for admission to the Faculty of Arts & 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: www.trentu.ca/transfer.
Seneca Program: Computer Programming and Analysis - (Optional Co-op)
Degree: Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Computing and Information Systems
Graduates of this 3 year diploma program who have an academic average of ‘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: email@example.com.
Seneca Program: Liberal Arts University Transfer
Degree: Bachelor of Arts Honours
Qualified Seneca students who have completed two years of the Liberal Arts program are welcome to apply for admission to a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree at Trent University, and will be assessed for specific transfer credits under the terms of the agreement between the two institutions. Seneca students may enroll in Trent University courses during specific academic terms while they are still students at Seneca. The Trent University component of the program is available at the Oshawa and Peterborough campuses. For further information, please contact Camille Soucie in the School of Arts & Science at 416.491.5050 ext. 22309, or the Admissions Office at Trent University: firstname.lastname@example.org.