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Winter 2018 Undergraduate Calendar


UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE AGREEMENTS

FOR STUDENTS FROM ALL COLLEGES OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY (CAAT)

DURHAM COLLEGE
FANSHAWE COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY
GEORGIAN COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY
LAMBTON COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY
MOHAWK COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY
ST. CLAIR COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY
SENECA COLLEGE
SHERIDAN COLLEGE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ADVANCED LEARNING
SIR SANDFORD FLEMING COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY
UNIVERSITY - TO - COLLEGE AGREEMENTS WITH ST. CLAIR COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY
FORMAL UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE AGREEMENTS WITH OTHER INSTITUTIONS (in Ontario, Brunei, China, Egypt, Hong Kong, United States, Malaysia, Singapore, India)

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS (including from a College of Applied Arts and Technology, from Another University, from Lambton College's International Foundation Year, Academic Transfer Credit – Courses)

CANADIAN COLLEGES AND RECOGNIZED UNIVERSITIES
Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BEngTech): Graduates from three-year diploma programs in Engineering Technology from Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology (CAATs) or comparable degrees from other provinces, and individuals with a degree in a technical/science area from a recognized university who are seeking technology designation are eligible to apply to the Bachelor of Engineering Technology program. Applicants with university degrees may be eligible to receive up to four courses of advanced standings upon admission. (For more details click BEngTech)

FOR STUDENTS FROM ALL COLLEGES OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY

From a College of Applied Arts and Technology: Applicants who have completed a minimum of one year of a CAAT diploma program that is academic in nature with a minimum cumulative average of B (3.0) at the CAAT will be considered for admission to First Year of an appropriate program. Applicants who have graduated from a three-year CAAT program that is academic in nature with a minimum cumulative average of B (3.0) at the CAAT will be considered for admission to Second Year of an appropriate program.

General Liberal Arts and Professional Studies for Career Professionals Degree Completion Program (for Graduates of Qualifying CAAT (or equivalent) Diploma Programs)
Students who have graduated from an approved CAAT college diploma (or equivalent) with a suggested cumulative average of 3.0 (70%) or higher in their final ten courses will be considered for admission. Approved CAAT college diploma programs include: Border Services, Business programs, Dental Hygiene, Developmental Service Worker, Early Childhood Education, Educational Support, Engineering, General Arts and Science, Journalism, Liberal Arts, Liberal Studies, Music – Industry Arts, Paramedic, Police Foundations, Protection, Security, and Investigation, Recreation and Leisure Services, Social Service Worker.

General Liberal Arts and Professional Studies for Career Professionals Degree Completion Program (for Graduates of Qualifying CAAT (or equivalent) Advanced Diploma Programs)
Students who have graduated from a CAAT college advanced diploma with a suggested cumulative average of 3.0 (70%) or higher in their final ten courses will be considered for admission. Approved Advanced Diploma Programs include: Business Administration, Child and Youth Care/Child and Youth Worker, Computer Science or Computer Programming or Information Technology, Dental Hygiene (the province has recently changed the program to an advanced diploma, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Engineering, Massage Therapy, Medical Laboratory Science, Respiratory Therapy, Sport and Recreation Management.

1) Business Programs (Three Year Diploma): Students may enter the Honours Business Administration program after completing a three-year College business diploma program with a minimum cumulative average of B- or better and a minimum grade of B- in each transferable course or minimum cumulative average of B- for each grouping of transferrable courses and in the case of one to one transfers of specified 3rd and 4th years courses, an A- average. Such graduates may be granted up to twenty semester course credits towards the Bachelor of Commerce - Honours Business Administration degree.

2) Business Programs (Two Year Diploma):Graduates of two-year diploma programs in business from any College of Applied Arts and Technology with a cumulative average of B- may transfer to the Odette School of Business Administration at the University of Windsor subject to the following:
(a)Applicants will be granted a maximum of two terms' credit towards the Bachelor of Commerce program.
(b)A remedial course in mathematics may be necessary in order for transfer students to pursue the first-year Mathematics course required in the Bachelor of Commerce program.

3) General Arts and Science Diploma and Liberal Arts and Science Diploma programs (Two Year Diploma): Graduates of General Arts and Science diploma programs, Liberal Arts and Science diploma programs, and equivalent diploma programs may receive transfer credit for up to ten courses. Transfer credit is awarded for approved courses with a minimum grade of B (3.0). Refer to the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences for current approved course lists.

4) Computer Science or Computer Programming or Information Technology (Three Year Diploma): Graduates of a three-year Computer Science or Computer Programming or Information Technology Diploma program from a college of applied Arts and Technology (CAAT), that is broadly equivalent to the three-year Diploma program T861 (Computer Systems Technology – Networking) offered by St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology at Windsor, Ontario, with a grade-point average of at least 3.0 out of 4.0 (or a cumulative average of at least a B grade), are eligible, within 10 years of graduation, for admission to Bachelor of Computer Science (General) degree program offered by the School of Computer Science at the University of Windsor under the provisions of this agreement. Graduates of CAAT program, specified above, applying to the University of Windsor for the Bachelor of Computer Science (General) Degree Program more than 10 years after completing the Diploma Program, with a grade point average of at least 3.0 out of 4.0 (or a cumulative average of at least a B), will require the approval of the Director of the School of Computer Science. In addition to the appropriate three-year Diploma and grade point average, applicants to the Bachelor of Computer Science (General) Degree Completion Program are required to have successfully completed Grade 12U Advanced Functions. The successful completion of Grade 12U Calculus and Vectors is strongly recommended. Students admitted to the Bachelor of Computer Science (General) Degree Completion Program will obtain the equivalent of 1.5 years of Advanced Standing (or awarded 15 course transfers). Additional credit for courses taken toward the CAAT Diploma will not be permitted. Students are required to complete fifteen (15) courses at the University of Windsor in fulfillment of the requirements of the Bachelor of Computer Science (General) Degree Completion Program. (Please refer to the Bachelor of Computer Science (General )or Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours Applied Computing) degree programs for more details.)

5) Bachelor of Computer Science (General) and (Honours Applied Computing) (Co-op) for Qualifying Ontario CAAT (or equivalent) Students with 2 Years of Study at CAAT (or equivalent) diploma program

6) Diploma in Protection, Security and Investigation (formerly Law and Security) (Two Year Diploma): Graduates of the two-year Diploma in Protection, Security and Investigation program with a cumulative average grade of B or better may receive credit equivalent to five courses (15.00 credits) toward a B.A. or B.S.W. degree. Transfer credit is awarded for approved courses with a minimum grade of B- or better.

7) Child and Youth Care (formerly Child and Youth Worker), Developmental Services Worker, Early Childhood Education, Educational Support, Social Services Worker: Graduates of these College of Applied Arts and Technology diploma programs with an overall B average or better may be admitted into second year of the Disability Studies program. Graduates of related Education, Community and Social Services programs may be admitted with Disability Studies Program Coordinator (or their designate) approval. (Please refer to the BA Honours in Disability Studies for College of Applied Arts and Technology Graduates for more details)

8) Early Childhood Education Diploma: Students who have completed the Diploma in Early Childhood Education with an overall average of at least B (3.0) will normally receive a minimum of ten course equivalents toward a B.A. or B.S.W degree in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Students will receive credit on the basis of a General Approved Course List or for courses on a Specific Approved Course List that they passed with a minimum grade of C. Refer to the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences for approved course lists. Students must meet all regular requirements for the program they choose; the number of course credits applied toward program requirements will vary depending on program choice. Students whose Early Childhood Education diploma program includes transfer credits for previously completed university courses will normally receive a minimum of 10 university credits in accordance with the above provisions.

NB: Should changes in the courses offered or required at either institution necessitate changes to the specific courses mentioned in the agreement, with the agreement of the respective Deans’ offices the list of course included in the agreement can be modified by the appropriate University of Windsor Department in consultation with the Registrar’s office. The changes have to be submitted to the appropriate Faculty.

9) Developmental Services Worker Diploma: Graduates of the Developmental Services Worker program who have a cumulative grade point average equivalent to B (3.0) or better will normally receive credit equivalent to a minimum of ten courses toward a B.A. or B.S.W. degree in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Students will receive credit on the basis of a General Approved Course List or for courses on a Specific Approved Course List that they passed with a minimum grade of C. Refer to the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences for approved course lists. Students must meet all regular requirements for the program they choose; the number of course credits applied toward program requirements will vary depending on program choice. Students whose Developmental Services Worker diploma program includes transfer credits for previously completed university courses will normally receive a minimum of 10 university credits in accordance with the above provisions.

NB: Should changes in the courses offered or required at either institution necessitate changes to the specific courses mentioned in the agreement, with the agreement of the respective Deans’ offices the list of course included in the agreement can be modified by the appropriate University of Windsor Department in consultation with the Registrar’s office. The changes have to be submitted to the appropriate Faculty.

10) Child and Youth Care (formerly Child and Youth Worker Diploma): Students who have completed the Child and Youth Care Diploma program with a cumulative average grade of B (3.0) or better will normally receive a minimum of 15 university credits toward a B.A. or B.S.W. degree in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Students will receive credit on the basis of a General Approved Course List or for courses on a Specific Approved Course List that they passed with a minimum grade of C. Refer to the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences for approved course lists. Students must meet all regular requirements for the program they choose; the number of course credits applied toward program requirements will vary depending on program choice. Students whose Child and Youth Care diploma program includes transfer credits for previously completed university courses will normally receive a minimum of 15 university credits in accordance with the above provisions.

NB: Should changes in the courses offered or required at either institution necessitate changes to the specific courses mentioned in the agreement, with the agreement of the respective Deans’ offices the list of course included in the agreement can be modified by the appropriate University of Windsor Department in consultation with the Registrar’s office. The changes have to be submitted to the appropriate Faculty.

11) Child and Youth Care Diploma (formerly Child and Youth Worker Diploma): Graduates of all Ontario College Child and Youth Care diploma programs completed in 1996 or later with a cumulative average equivalent to a B (73%) or better will be eligible for entry into Disability Studies and Psychology Degree Completion Programs for CYC Graduates and are eligible to apply for entry into the Honours Bachelor of Social Work for CYC Graduates. Completion of these programs will normally require three semesters of full-time study (for General BA degree completion programs) or four semesters of full-time study (for Honours BA and BSW degree completion programs). Students may enroll in these programs in Summer, Fall or Winter semesters. Students are strongly advised to consult with a Disability Studies, Psychology or Social Work academic advisor before registering for courses in these programs. (Disability Studies Degree Complete Program for CYC Graduates; Psychology Degree Complete Program for CYC Graduates; Social Work Degree Complete Program for CYC Graduates)

12) Social Service Worker Diploma: Students who have completed a Social Service Worker Diploma program recognized by and making them eligible for registration with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers with a cumulative average grade of B (3.0 or 70%) or better will normally receive a minimum of 10 university credits toward a B.A. degree or B.S.W. degree in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Students will receive credit on the basis of a General Approved Course List or for courses on a Specific Approved Course List that they passed with a minimum grade of C (or 63%). Refer to the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences for approved course lists. Students must meet all regular requirements for the program they choose; the number of course credits applied toward program requirements will vary depending on program choice. Students whose Social Service Worker diploma program includes transfer credits for previously completed university courses will normally receive a minimum of 10 university credits in accordance with the above provisions.

NB: Should changes in the courses offered or required at either institution necessitate changes to the specific courses mentioned in the agreement, with the agreement of the respective Deans’ offices the list of course included in the agreement can be modified by the appropriate University of Windsor Department in consultation with the Registrar’s office. The changes have to be submitted to the appropriate Faculty.


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DURHAM COLLEGE

1) Human Kinetics Degree Completion Program:
Bachelor of Human Kinetics (Honours Kinesiology) with Sport Management Major for Graduates of Durham College's Sport Management Program

FANSHAWE COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY

1) Fine Art Program: Graduates of Fanshawe College who have completed a three-year Fine Art program may apply for transfer into an appropriate level of the Honours Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Arts) program. Transfer students must satisfy University regulations for transfer from CAATs and meet the academic requirements and standards of the B.F.A. program. Completion of the B.F.A. program in Visual Arts will normally require four terms of academic work or the equivalent at the University of Windsor. For further information, contact Visual Arts.

2) Recreation and Leisure Services Program: Students who have completed the two-year Recreation and Leisure Services Diploma Program at Fanshawe College with a cumulative average grade of B may receive up to ten Kinesiology credits to be determined by the Faculty of Human Kinetics, provided they passed the respective college courses with a grade of B- or better.

3) General Arts and Science Certificate: Applicants who have completed the General Arts and Science Program (university preparation program) at Fanshawe College with a minimum cumulative average of B (3.0) will be considered for admission to First Year of an appropriate program. Should changes in course content warrant updates to the course equivalencies, the Office of the Registrar in collaboration with the applicable department will have these
reassessments completed and updates applied where applicable.

4) Degree Completion Programs:
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Honours) with Autism and Behavioural Sciences (ABS) Post-Graduate Certificate program
Bachelor of Arts in Developmental Psychology (Honours) with Autism and Behavioural Sciences (ABS) Post-Graduate Certificate program

GEORGIAN COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY

1) Fine Arts Program: Graduates of the three-year Diploma program in Fine Arts with a cumulative average of 2.7 (B) may gain admission to the third year of the B.F.A. Visual Arts program. Two letters of recommendation, a letter of intent and a successful portfolio are also required.

LAMBTON COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY

Note: Lambton College students who have completed Lambton College Communications I (ENG 1113) will receive transfer credit for University of Windsor Effective Writing I (01-01-150); and, Lambton College students who have completed Lambton College Communications II (ENG 2113) will receive transfer credit for University of Windsor Effective Writing II (01-01-151), on the understanding that transfer credits given for one or both of these courses will not increase the number of transfer credits to which they are entitled according to the articulation or degree completion agreement nor decrease the number of courses they must complete in order to earn a University of Windsor degree.

1) Chemical Engineering Technology Program: A student may enter a Bachelor of Science program after completing the three-year Diploma in Chemical Engineering Technology. Depending upon the selected level and area of study, the student may receive the equivalent of seventeen courses from Chemistry and Biochemistry.

2) Environmental Technology Program: A student may enter a Bachelor of Science program after completing the three-year Diploma in Environmental Technology. Depending upon the selected level and area of study, the student may receive the equivalent of nineteen courses from Chemistry and Biochemistry.

3) Medical Laboratory Science Program: Graduates of the three-year Diploma in Medical Laboratory Science with a 3.0 G.P.A. (75 percent or equivalent) may receive the equivalent of seventeen semester course credits towards the Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, or General Science.

4) Industrial Hygiene Technology Program: A student may enter a Bachelor of Science program after completing the three-year Diploma in Industrial Hygiene Technology. Depending upon the selected level and area of study, the student may receive the equivalent of up to sixteen courses towards a Biological Sciences Degree, or up to twenty courses towards a Biochemistry degree.

5) Massage Therapy Program: A student may enter the Bachelor of Human Kinetics (Movement Sciences) program after completing the three-year Diploma in Massage Therapy with a minimum cumulative average equivalent to a B or better and a minimum cumulative grade of B or better for each college course or group of college courses for which transfer credit may be granted. Up to ten transfer credits may be given.

6) Police Foundations Program: A graduate of the two-year Diploma in Police Foundations program with a cumulative average grade of B or better and at least a grade of B- in specified College courses may receive up to one year (ten courses) of credit towards a B.A. or B.S.W. degree program in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

7) Human Kinetics Degree Completion Program:
Bachelor of Human Kinetics (Honours Kinesiology) with Sport Management Major for Graduates of Lambton College's Sport and Recreation Administration program

8) Graduates of the One-Year Pre-Health Science-Nursing Program: A student with a minimum grade point average of 2.7 (B) and a minimum average of 2.7 (B) in BIO 120, BIO 220, CHM 125 and CHM 225, will be considered for admission to the B.Sc.N. program.

9) General Arts and Science Psychology Program: Students who have completed a two year high affinity General Arts and Science Psychology Stream diploma at Lambton College with a minimum cumulative average of 3.0 (Lambton College B) may enrol in any Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Social Work program offered at the University of Windsor. Students will receive the equivalent of up to 14 semester courses for all courses included in the Agreement on which they received a minimum average grade of 3.0 ) (Lambton College B).

10) Liberal and Professional Studies Degree Completion Programs
General Liberal Arts and Professional Studies (for Lambton College Liberal Studies Transfer Students) (formerly General Arts and Science University (GASU) transfer students)
Honours Liberal Arts and Professional Studies (for Lambton College Liberal Students Transfer Students) (formerly General Arts and Science University (GASU) transfer students)

11) Degree Completion Programs:
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Honours) with Autism and Behavioural Sciences (ABS) Post-Graduate Certificate program
Bachelor of Arts in Developmental Psychology (Honours) with Autism and Behavioural Sciences (ABS) Post-Graduate Certificate program


MOHAWK COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY

1) Medical Laboratory Science Program: Graduates of the three-year Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology with a 3.0 G.P.A. (75% or equivalent) may receive the equivalent of seventeen semester course credits towards the Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, or General Science.

ST. CLAIR COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY

Note: Applicants who have graduated from a St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology program for which a transfer agreement exists with the University of Windsor who have completed St. Clair College Foundations of Academic Writing I (FAW 100) and/or St. Clair College Foundations of Academic Writing II (FAW 105) will receive transfer credit for University of Windsor Effective Writing I (01-01-150) and/or University of Windsor Effective Writing II (01-01-151). These transfer credits will be included in the maximum number of transfer credits specified in the existing transfer agreement.

1) Diploma in Journalism and BA Communication, Media and Film : St. Clair College graduates of the Diploma in Journalism with a minimum B-(2.7) average who have successfully completed the St. Clair courses may receive up to 10 course credits toward the requirements of a BA (General or Honours) in Communication, Media, and Film, from the University of Windsor. Credit will be awarded only if the St. Clair course was completed with a grade of B- (2.7) or better.Transfer students have to fulfill the regular degree requirement for the General or Honours BA (single or combined) in Communication, Media, and Film, including the residency and senior course requirement.

2) Chemical Engineering Technology Program: A student may enter a Bachelor of Science program after completing the three year Diploma in Chemical Engineering Technology. Depending upon the selected level and area of study, the student may receive the equivalent of seventeen semester course credits from Chemistry and Biochemistry.

3) Medical Laboratory Science Program: Graduates of the three-year Diploma in Medical Laboratory Science with a 3.0 G.P.A. (75% or equivalent) may receive the equivalent of seventeen semester course credits towards the Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, or General Science.

4) Business Administration Information Systems: Graduates of this program with a 3.0 G.P.A. or better, who have completed specific courses will be considered for admission to the General Bachelor of Computer Science on an individual basis, subject to the approval of the Dean of Science, and may receive up to fifteen semester course equivalents.

5) Mechanical Engineering Technology - Automotive Product Design Program: Graduates of the Mechanical Engineering Technology - Automotive Product Design program in the year 2001 or later, with a cumulative G.P.A. of B or better, with B grades in the fifteen core diploma program subjects, and with no grades below C on their College record, will be granted advanced standing in 14 semester courses towards the Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering (Automotive Engineering Option) degree. See department for list of courses.

6) One-Year Pre-Health Science - Nursing Program: Students at St. Clair College who successfully complete the one-year Pre-Health Science-Nursing certificate with a minimum overall grade point average of 2.7 (B) and a minimum science subject average of 2.7 (B) in GAS 11, GAS 21, GAS 11A and GAS 21A, will be considered for admission to the B.Sc.N. program.

7) Dental Hygiene Diploma: Students who have completed the two-year Diploma in Dental Hygiene with a cumulative average grade of B may receive up to five university credits for the following courses (or their equivalents), to apply toward any degree program in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, provided they passed the respective college courses with a grade of B- or better: Communication Across Cultures, Anatomy and Physiology II, Ethics and Professionalism, Basic Psychology, Three additional Dental Hygiene courses with a B average.

8) Police Foundations Program: A graduate of the two-year Diploma in Police Foundations program with a cumulative average grade of B or better and at least a grade of B- in specified College courses may receive up to one year (ten courses) of credit towards a B.A. or B.S.W. degree program in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

9) Civil Engineering Technology Program: Students who have completed the three-year Diploma Program at St. Clair College in Civil Engineering Technology with a cumulative average grade of B (70%) or better may receive credit for up to 16 specified semester courses provided they have passed the respective college courses with a grade of B (70%) or better.

10) Social Work and Disability Studies Degree Completion Programs

11) Psychology Degree Completion Programs

12) Chemical Laboratory Technology Program: Students who graduate from the Chemical Laboratory Technology Program with a cumulative GPA of (3.0) or better will be awarded seventeen (17) semester transfer credits towards the Bachelor of Science (Honours Chemistry and Honours Chemistry with Thesis), or awarded sixteen (16) credits towards the Bachelor of Science (Honours Biochemistry and Honours Biochemistry with Thesis).

13) Degree Completion Programs:
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Honours) with Autism and Behavioural Sciences (ABS) Post-Graduate Certificate program
Bachelor of Arts in Developmental Psychology (Honours) with Autism and Behavioural Sciences (ABS) Post-Graduate Certificate program


SENECA COLLEGE

1) Liberal Arts Diploma (Two Year Diploma): Graduates of the two-year Liberal Arts diploma program from Seneca College may receive transfer credit for up to ten courses. Transfer credit is awarded for approved courses with a minimum grade of B.

SHERIDAN COLLEGE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND ADVANCED LEARNING

1) Craft and Design Program: Graduates of Sheridan College who have completed a three-year Craft and Design program may apply for transfer into an appropriate level of the Honours Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Arts) program. Transfer students must satisfy University regulations for transfer from CAATs and meet the academic requirements and standards of the B.F.A. program. Completion of the B.F.A. program in Visual Arts will normally require four terms of academic work or the equivalent at the University of Windsor. For further information, contact Visual Arts.

SIR SANDFORD FLEMING COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY

1) One-Year General Arts and Science Program: Students who have completed the one-year certificate in General Arts and Science from Sir Sandford Fleming with a cumulative average grade of B may receive up to five university course credits, provided they passed the respective college courses with a grade of B- or better. The course credits received will be applicable to any BA/BSW program in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, and students would have to meet all regular requirements for the respective major of their choice.

UNIVERSITY - TO - COLLEGE AGREEMENTS WITH ST. CLAIR COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY
University of Windsor graduates may obtain advanced standing into certain diploma programs offered by St. Clair College.

FORMAL UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE AGREEMENTS WITH OTHER INSTITUTIONS

ONTARIO

Academy Of Learning
Graduates of selected Academy of Learning diploma programs with a cumulative average of seventy-five percent or better may receive advanced standing (transfer credit) for specified courses in Computer Science and/or Business Administration provided that they qualify for admission under any of the policies listed under "Admission Requirements".

McMaster University
Students who have successfully completed the Labour Studies Certificate program will receive five 100-level unspecified course credits in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science programs at the University of Windsor. Students will still have to qualify for admission to the University based on the normal admission standards and students will be able to register in any program within the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science.

National Theatre School
Graduates of the National Theatre School three-year Certificate program in Acting may gain admission to the third year of the B.F.A. in Acting program. A letter of recommendation from the Head of the National Theatre School and a successful placement audition are required. Completion of the B.F.A. will normally require four semesters of full-time study. Students may be required to take certain academic courses, as well as performance courses at the first or second year level if their audition indicates a need for such courses. Students who graduated from the National Theatre School two or more years prior to application to the University of Windsor are subject to a placement audition before they can be covered by this agreement.

BRUNEI

University Brunei Darussalam (UBD)
Honours Biology and Biotechnology program: Students will be admitted into this program at UBD with three A-levels or equivalent in Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematics with grades of C, or higher. Students completing specified UBD courses with a cumulative average of C+ (65%) or higher and who have completed the University of Windsor course 03-59-263-91 (Distance Education version of Organic Chemistry of Biomolecules) with a grade of B- or higher, will be eligible for transfer directly into the third year of the Honours Biology and Biotechnology program at the University of Windsor. Students must meet the University of Windsor's English language competency requirements and admission requirements before enrolling in 03-59-263-91. Successful transfer students will be considered to have all the prerequisites necessary for continuation in the program, and will receive credit for nineteen specified University of Windsor courses.

CHINA

Anshan University of Science and Technology
Anshan will accept students into a program leading to a degree granted by that institution. This program will be designed so as to provide the Anshan students with the option of transferring to the University of Windsor, to complete 10 or more University of Windsor credits and to be granted a University of Windsor Bachelor of Arts (Economics) or Bachelor of Arts (Honours Economics).

Students who complete at least one year of an undergraduate program at Anshan University of Science and Technology, with a G.P.A. of 7.0 (C+) or its equivalent at Anshan University, can apply for admission to an undergraduate program in Economics at the University of Windsor. Transferring students whose native language is not English must complete an English Proficiency Test administered by either the English Language Institute of the University of Michigan or, Test of English as a Foreign Language (T.O.E.F.L.)

Bachelor of Commerce (Honours Business Administration) for Students from Southwestern University Finance and Economics, China.
Students who complete the required courses as specified in Appendix A, earn the required credit at SWUFE, and study at least one year at the Study Abroad Institute of SWUFE will be eligible to receive up to 10 transfer credits towards the Honours Bachelor of Business Administration degree program. Students must achieve a minimum of 70% average (or equivalent) of the required SWUFE courses to be eligible for admission to the University of Windsor Honours Bachelor of Business Administration program; transfer credits will only be granted for courses with grades of 70% (or equivalent) and higher.

Political Science Degree Completion Programs
General Political Science for Hebei Law and Politics College Graduates
Honours Political Science for Hebei Law and Politics College Graduates


HONG KONG

Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)
Students who have completed the two-year Associate Degree program of the College of International Education at HKBU with a cumulative average grade of B and who are otherwise admissible to the University of Windsor, including meeting the University of Windsor's English competency requirements, will receive University of Windsor credits, up to a total of twenty (20) semester courses, provided they passed the respective college courses with a grade of C- or better. Students will not be restricted to enrolling in a specific program but must present the necessary prerequisites for entry into the program of their choice.

UNITED STATES

Broward Community College
Students who have completed a minimum of 60 credit hours in either the Arts or Science streams of the Centre for American Education (CAE) program with a cumulative average grade of B and who are otherwise admissible to the University of Windsor, including meeting the University of Windsor's English competency requirements, will receive University of Windsor credits, up to a total of twenty semester courses, provided they passed the respective college courses with a grade of C- or better. Students will not be restricted to enrolling in a specific program but must present the necessary prerequisites for entry into the program of their choice.

Owens College
A student who completes an Associate degree at Owens Community College with a grade point average of 2.7 or higher will be accepted by the University of Windsor with advanced standing in up to 20 semester courses in a Bachelor's degree program.

MALAYSIA

Kolej Damansara Utama (KDU) College
Students who have completed a minimum of 60 approved credit hours in either the Arts or Science stream of the School of American University Studies program at any campus of KDU (Malaysia) with a cumulative average grade of B and who are otherwise admissible to the University of Windsor, including meeting the University of Windsor's English competency requirements, will receive University of Windsor credits, up to a total of twenty semester courses, provided they passed the respective college courses with a grade of C- or better. Students will not be restricted to enrolling in a specific program but must present the necessary prerequisites for entry into the program of their choice.

Taylor’s College
A student who completes the American Degree Program at Taylor's College with a G.P.A. of 2.7 (B-) or higher will be accepted by the University of Windsor with advanced standing in up to 20 semester courses in an appropriate Bachelor's degree program. Excluded from this agreement is any provision for transfer from the Engineering Stream in the American Degree Program to the Bachelor of Applied Science degree at the University of Windsor.

SINGAPORE

Overseas Family College
Students who have completed the two-year Diploma program at Overseas Family College with a cumulative average grade of B and who are otherwise admissible to the University of Windsor, including meeting English competency requirements, will receive University of Windsor credits, up to a total of twenty, provided they passed the respective college courses with a grade of C- or better. Students will not be restricted to enrolling in a specific program. The course credits received will be applicable to any Bachelor's program providing the degree requirements of that program allow it. Students will have to meet all regular requirements for the major of their choice.

INDIA

Ansal Institute of Technology
Students who complete two years of study at Ansal Institute of Technology following a prescribed list of courses as defined by this agreement (contact Office of the Registrar for details) may be eligible to enter the third year of the Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours) degree. Students will be required to have obtained a grade of at least 2.4 (C-) or greater in every course taken at AIT, a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.8 (B-) or greater over all computer science courses taken at AIT and, satisfied the University of Windsor’s English competency requirements to be eligible for consideration under this agreement.