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Introductory Note: Students interested in completing the Engineering First-Year Transfer Program must apply for admission to OC's Associate of Science Degree program.Academic (minimum grade needed in bracket)
1. One of:
1. If you do not meet the English entrance requirements it's still possible to be admitted to the program. You will need to complete appropriate upgrading in your first year of studies.
2. Similarly, if you don't meet the Math requirements it's still possible to be admitted to the program. However:
Applicants also have to satisfy OC's Institutional Admission Requirements.
If English is not your first language, you must submit one of the following (minimum scores):
Verify with the institution directly
The following Citizenship and Immigration, Age, and English requirements apply.
For details on Transfer Student admission check here
For details on Mature Student admission check here.
For details on applying to Okanagan College check the Become a Student site here.
Graduates may be eligible for second year Engineering degree studies at UBC, UVic or SFU. Admission into these programs is extremely competitive. Interested students should contact the Faculty of Science Office at 250.470.6025 for full details.
Final Notes: Minimum grade point average and other requirements may apply. All transfer requirements should be confirmed with advising personnel at the intended institution.
Students may also wish to refer to the BC Council on Admissions & Transfer's BC Transfer Guide. This website offers details about transfer arrangements between post-secondary institutions in BC. This information includes course-to-course transfer opportunities.
Training in a program like this one can lead to different careers. Related occupations are presented to show potential career options, not definite outcomes.
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