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Nipissing University

100 College Drive, P.O. Box 5002

North Bay, Ontario, Canada P1B 8L7

705.474.3450 ext. 4516

admissions@nipissingu.ca

nipissingu.ca/collegetransfer

Heather Brown, Associate Registrar, Admissions

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Transfer credit will be considered for a course completed at Seneca provided a grade of B or higher was achieved. A course with a grade
of C may be considered only when there are an equal number of course equivalents with A grades. The granting of transfer credits will
vary depending on the degree program and major to which the applicant is admitted. Nipissing University residency requirements
apply. Program-specific subject requirements must still be met in order to be considered for some programs.


Seneca Program: Business Administration - Management , Business Administration - Financial Planning , Accounting and Finance , Business Administration - Entrepreneurship and Small Business , Business Administration - International Business , Business Administration - Purchasing and Supply Management , Business Administration - Marketing , Business Administration - Human Resources

Degree: Bachelor of Business Administration, Honours Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Commerce (four-year), Bachelor of Commerce (three-year)

Graduates of a three-year Business Administration diploma with a cumulative 72% overall average can be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Business Administration degree or the Honours Bachelor of Business Administration degree with transfer credits to a maximum of 60 credits. Admitted students would be able to complete their program at Nipissing University in North Bay.

Graduates of a three-year Business Administration diploma with a cumulative 72% overall average can be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (four-year degree) with transfer credits to a maximum of 60 credits. Admitted students would be able to complete their program through one of our college partners or online as an independent learner.

Graduates of a three-year Business Administration diploma with a cumulative 72% overall average can be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (three-year degree) with transfer credits to a maximum of 45 credits. Admitted students would be able to complete their program through one of our college partners or online as an independent learner.


Seneca Program: Business , Accounting and Payroll , Accounting , Business - Marketing , Business - Insurance , Business - International Business

Degree: Bachelor of Business Administration, Honours Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Commerce (four-year), Bachelor of Commerce (three-year)

Graduates of a two-year Business Administration diploma with a cumulative 72% overall average can be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Business Administration degree or the Honours Bachelor of Business Administration degree with transfer credits to a maximum of 42 credits. Admitted students would be able to complete their program at Nipissing University in North Bay.

Graduates of a two-year Business Administration diploma at an Ontario CAAT with a cumulative 72% overall average can be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (four-year degree) with transfer credits to a maximum of 42 credits. Admitted students would be able to complete their program online as an independent learner.

Graduates of a two-year Business Administration diploma at an Ontario CAAT with a cumulative 72% overall average can be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (three-year degree) with transfer credits to a maximum of 30 credits. Admitted students would be able to complete their program online as an independent learner.


Seneca Program: Early Childhood Education

Degree: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Education

Graduates with a minimum cumulative 70% overall average are eligible for admission with transfer credit to a maximum of 30 credits (1 year). Applicants are also eligible for admission consideration to Nipissing’s Concurrent Education program.

Admissions consideration for Concurrent Education (Early Childhood Education (ECE Graduates)) requires the successful completion of an ECE diploma with a minimum cumulative 75% overall average and be eligible for admission consideration to Nipissing University’s Bachelor of Arts (BA) Honours Specialization degree program based on their ECE diploma. Applicants must present a minimum of 70% in one semester of English or Communications at the college level (not Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) Program courses) or ENG4U from high school with a minimum grade of 70%. A minimum 60% in one semester of Mathematics (not Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) Program courses or Statistics) at the college level or a 3U or 3M Mathematics from high school with a minimum grade of 60% is also required.


Seneca Program: Police Foundations , Law Clerk

Degree: Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Criminal Justice (Legal Studies and Administration Stream or Policing Stream)

Graduates of these 2-year diploma programs with a cumulative average of 75% or better can be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice program (Legal Studies and Administration or Policing) with transfer credit to a maximum of 45 credits (1.5 years). Other programs can be applied to with a 70% average and a maximum of 30 credits of transfer credit granted.


Seneca Program: Social Service Worker - Immigrants and Refugees , Social Service Worker - Gerontology , Social Service Worker

Degree: Bachelor of Arts

Graduates with a cumulative 70% overall average or better will be considered for admission to a Bachelor of Arts program with transfer credit to a maximum of 30 credits (1 year).


Seneca Program: Child and Youth Care

Degree: Bachelor of Arts (Child and Family Studies)

Graduates with a cumulative 70% overall average or better will be considered for admission to a four-year Bachelor of Arts in Child and Family Studies with transfer credit to a maximum of 60 credits (2 years).

Graduates with a cumulative 70% overall average or better will be considered for admission to a three-year Bachelor of Arts in Child and Family Studies with transfer credit to a maximum of 45 credits (1.5 years).


Seneca Program: Social Service Worker - Immigrants and Refugees , Social Service Worker , Child and Youth Care , Social Service Worker - Gerontology

Degree: Bachelor of Social Work

Graduates with a minimum cumulative 70% overall average or better will be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Social Work program with transfer credit to a maximum of 30 credits (1 year).

During Year 2 of the Bachelor of Social Work program, students must apply for admission consideration to the professional years (Years 3 and 4) of the program. Admission to the 1st or 2nd year of the program does not guarantee acceptance into the professional years.


Seneca Program: Social Service Worker - Immigrants and Refugees , Social Service Worker - Gerontology , Social Service Worker

Degree: Bachelor of Arts (Honours Specialization or Specialization in Social Welfare and Social Development)

Graduates with a minimum cumulative 70% overall average or better will be considered for admission to a Bachelor of Arts (Honours Specialization or Specialization in Social Welfare and Social Development) program with transfer credit as follows:

3.0 GPA – 30 credits

3.5 GPA – 36 credits

3.7 GPA – 45 credits

4.0 GPA – 60 credits

*Meeting the minimum requirements will not guarantee admission to programs


Seneca Program: Graphic Design

Degree: Bachelor of Fine Arts or Bachelor of Art (Major or Specialization in Fine Art – Studio stream)

Graduates of an advanced 3-year diploma program in Graphic Design with a minimum cumulative 70% overall average or better will be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) or the Bachelor of Arts (BA) Major or Specialization in Fine Arts (Studio stream) with transfer credit to a maximum of 54 credits (2.75 years). All students admitted to the BFA are required to successfully complete the BFA Portfolio Assessment the year prior to the final year of study in order to be eligible to remain in the BFA program.


Seneca Program: Fire Protection Engineering Technology , Electromechanical Engineering Technology - Automation , Computer Systems Technology , Mechanical Engineering Technology - Industrial Design , Chemical Laboratory Technology - Pharmaceutical , Computer Engineering Technology , Chemical Engineering Technology , Electronics Engineering Technology , Civil Engineering Technology , Mechanical Engineering Technology - Building Sciences , Environmental Technology

Degree: Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Commerce

Graduates of a 3-year Technology advanced diploma with a minimum cumulative 70% overall average or higher will be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) with transfer credit to a maximum of 60 credits (2 years) or to the Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) with transfer credit up to a maximum of 45 credits (1.5 years).