Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Family and Community Social Services
Graduates of a 3-year Child and Youth Worker diploma from a recognized institution may be considered for admission with a minimum cumulative average of 75% upon completion of the diploma.
Students may be granted up to 5.0 credits for a completed 3-year Child and Youth Worker diploma from a recognized institution with a minimum cumulative average of 75%. This is equivalent to approximately 10 courses.
Credits that must be achieved at the receiving institution
Students applying from a 3-year Child and Youth Worker diploma from a recognized institution may be required to complete up to 15.75 credits.
Holders of the CAAT Fitness and Health Promotion
Holders of the CAAT Fitness and Health Promotion who successfully complete the requirements of the BASc Kinesiology Bridge Semester, including 3.0 specific science, math, kinesiology and elective credits, will be eligible to transfer into semester five of the regular program. A maximum of 5.0 credits may be transferred from the CAAT Fitness and Health Promotion diploma to the BASc degree program. For more information on application to the Bridge Semester, contact Admission Services. For information regarding specific courses in the Bridge Semester, please follow this link.