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General Arts and Science @ Canadian College

Available at: Canadian College (Vancouver)

Overview

Canadian College is affiliated with St. Lawrence College and delivers the 2-year diploma program in downtown Vancouver. Students can apply through Canadian College at http://canadiancollege.com/en/application.   


Graduates receive a Canadian College diploma and a St. Lawrence College diploma upon successful completion of the program.  Students will be registered at Canadian College under the Canadian College Designated Learning Institution number.  Students will be co-registered at St. Lawrence College.

The General Arts & Science Diploma provides a broad liberal arts curriculum that prepares students for the workforce, college programs, or transfer to university. Core courses provide a solid foundation in communications and interpersonal skills, computers, mathematics, analytical skills, science, and general education. Complementing these are varied electives such as Film, Addictions, Fitness, and Educational Psychology. All courses are chosen in consultation with the program coordinator, ensuring the right mix to meet each student’s interests and vocational goals.

You will take a number of core courses that provide a solid foundation in communica­tions and interpersonal skills, computers, mathematics, analytical skills, science, and general education. The remaining courses are electives, chosen in consultation with your program advisor. Diploma graduates are prepared to enter the workforce directly, or they may continue their studies at university.

Highlights

Lessons are designed to combine theory with practical experience, and studying at Canadian College provides a metropolitan experience to international students. Rich cultural diversity and easy access to job market are some of the benefits of the program in Vancouver. Students will enjoy small classes taught by highly qualified faculty and receive superb services by dedicated staff. 

Program Name

General Arts and Science @ Canadian College

Program Code

K0871

Credential

Ontario College Diploma

Start Dates

September

Program Duration

2 years

Location (Campus)

Canadian College (Vancouver)

Canadian Fees

Fees for this program are set by Canadian College and are available on their website at: http://canadiancollege.com/en/fees .

International Fees

Fees for this program are set by Canadian College and are available on their website at: http://canadiancollege.com/en/fees .

Additional Costs

Scholarships and Bursaries

Program Outline 2019-20

Course Requirements
COMM 12 Applied Communications I for Arts & Science
COMM 13 Applied Communications II for Arts & Science
COMM 5001 Communication, Professionalism and Leadership
COMP 222 Computer Application Fundamentals
GENE 36 Introduction to Nutrition
MATH 35 Business Mathematics
SOCI 10 Introductory Sociology

Articulation & Credit Transfer Opportunities

SLC graduates have many options to continue their studies with post-secondary institutions across Canada and around the world. Agreements between SLC and other institutions that are specific to this program are listed below. In addition, there are many credit transfer pathway agreements between colleges and universities within the province of Ontario. Please also visit www.ontransfer.ca to search for options relevant to your program area of study.



    Admission Requirements

    Secondary School Diploma including Math 11 and English 12, or equivalent. Students must meet one of the following language requirements:

    • Canadian College English Placement test, Pass

    • Smrt English English 140, Pass

    • St. Lawrence College ESL Advanced Level Certificate, Pass with 60%

    • IELTS 6.0 overall with a minimum score of 5.5 in each section

    • TOEFL 213 (computer-based test), TOEFL 78 (internet-based test)

    For more information about the English Proficiency test, click here.

    Prerequisites

    Health Requirements

    Testimonials

    The Electrical Engineering Technician program at St Lawrence College, Kingston Campus has given me a fantastic opportunity to expand my electrical knowledge. The program as a whole covers many different aspects of electrical, process control and electronics. One of the greatest things about this program is the size of our classes and the hands on work that is available to us. The faculty has created a great balance of theory and practical work within our program. Our teachers have a lot of experience in the electrical field and offer us a lot of support. They ensure our success by effectively explaining all content in a way everyone can understand. Though this program is 2 years long my time here has gone rather quickly. I am thankful for the career opportunities that are available to me after graduating in April of 2015. All in all this program is a great opportunity for anyone interested in the electrical field, regardless of previous experience or not.

    Jessica Nyysola, 2nd year Electrical Engineering Technician Program.



    Jessica Nyysola

    Program Contact

    Canadian College - http://canadiancollege.com/en/contact


    Admissions Information

    Canadian College - http://canadiancollege.com/en/contact



    Additional Information

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