Admission and Transfer - Bachelor of Science - The Faculty of Science - Faculties, Colleges, and Schools - Vancouver Academic Calendar 2. General Information. Application for admission to the Faculty must be made on- line. Procedures, policies, and admission requirements to UBC and the Faculty are specified in Admissions. Admission from Secondary School. Students interested in Science One must, in addition to applying for admission to the Faculty, also submit a formal application directly to the Science One office. Students interested in the Coordinated Science Program or in registering individually for courses need only to submit the general application for admission to the Faculty.
Admissibility is determined on the basis of a number of factors including performance in specific high school courses, the overall academic rigor of the program, evidence of relevant learning and achievements both in and out of school, and other indicators of suitability for the Bachelor of Science program at UBC. Details are available from the Faculty and you. Many students are admitted on the basis of interim grades to ensure that offers of admission meet the needs of both the applicant and the university for timely decision- making. Students who are admitted on interim grades and whose final grades drop below the final competitive admission average may be contacted by the Faculty and required to participate in workshops and peer support programs to facilitate academic success. Admission as a Post- Secondary Transfer.
Students applying to the Faculty of Science by transfer from other post- secondary institutions should note that at least 6. Major) or 6. 6 (for Honours) must be earned while registered in the UBC B.
Guaranteed Admissions. Transfer Credit; Cost of Study; Calendar. Welcome; Langara at a Glance. Engineering, Faculty of Applied Science, UBC. Transfer Credit; Cost of Study. UBC Faculty of Arts Graduation Requirements. Langara students can apply to UBC without completing the writing requirement. Program Specific Transfer; Flexible Pre-Majors; High School Transfer. The BC Transfer System enables you to receive credit at an institution for a course taken at. The UBC-Langara Aboriginal Transfer Program, which debuted earlier this year, is meant to encourage First Nations, M
Students transferring to UBC from BC colleges or other institutions may receive transfer credit for studies completed at the previous institution.
Sc. In some cases, university transferable coursework may satisfy these pre- requisites. Any transfer applicant who did not take Chemistry 1. Physics 1. 1 or acceptable equivalent from outside of BC must have taken transferable first- year courses as a replacement. These courses are critical to degree progression within the Faculty. A student with unsatisfactory standing from another post- secondary institution will not be admitted directly.
Successful completion of at least 3. An exception may be made for an applicant who meets the normal admission requirements for the Faculty of Science, but was given unsatisfactory standing and is not permitted to continue in the applicant's current program or institution because of failure to follow the prescribed program of study. In such a case, the applicant may appeal to the Undergraduate Admissions Office of Enrolment Services. Students admitted by transfer will be admitted to the year level that is appropriate according to the First- Degree Promotion Requirements. The Promotion Requirements are based on the number of credits completed (both total and in Science courses), degree of completion of the Lower- Level Requirements, and degree of completion of courses required for the chosen specialization.
Because there are limits on the number of credits attempted before attaining each year- level standing, students who have exceeded those limits without qualifying for the appropriate year- level will not be admitted. For details, see Promotion Requirements.
An applicant will not be assessed for admission if the transcript shows credit but no grade for any course that is: required for an admission evaluation. Lower- Level Requirements for the B. Sc., or. required for a specialization (major, etc.).
That applicant may appeal to their former institution for permission to reveal to the Undergraduate Admissions Office of Enrolment Services at UBC the grade commensurate with their achievement in the course(s). If in a particular year the competitive admission criterion is lower than 2. For more information, see transfer.
See Admissibility into UBC Degree Programs. Mature Applicants. Applicants who fall within the general criteria of Mature Applicant are not often suitable for admission to the B. Sc. See Second Degree Studies.
Appeals on Admission Decisions. Please refer to Appeals.
Transfer is based on course equivalency. If your courses match the content of the program to which you are applying, you will probably get transfer credit. Langara's Certificate in Arts & Science (Engineering) is a BCCAT articulated program providing courses to match the first year of engineering study at the University.