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1. Other prerequisites depend on the courses chosen to make up your associate degree. For help with course planning contact a Selkirk counsellor.
2. If you don't meet the prerequisites it's still possible to be admitted to the program. This involves taking a combination of upgrading and university courses during your first year. This route of study will extend the length of your program.
Applicants also have to satisfy Selkirk's Institutional Admission Requirements.
If English is not your first language, you must provide one of the following (minimum scores):
Verify with the institution directly
You must meet the general admission requirements of the college as well as the specific admission requirements of your intended program.
If you have graduated from a BC Secondary School (or equivalent) you are eligible for general admission to Selkirk. You must also meet any admission requirements of your intended program.
If you have graduated from Secondary School (or equivalent) you are eligible for general admission to Selkirk. You must also meet any admission requirements of your intended program.
If you are at least 19 years old at the time of registration you are eligible for general admission to Selkirk. You must also meet any admission requirements of your intended program.
Applicants who do not qualify for admission to Selkirk in any of the other admission categories may still qualify for general admission in one of the following two ways:
You must also meet the specific admission requirements of your intended program.
Special Note: The program admission requirements for all Selkirk College programs are detailed separately in Education Planner.
Graduates may pursue a Bachelor of Arts Degree at several universities and universities in the province. Program electives will determine the subject areas that may be pursued, the type of program (eg-Major, Honours) and the possible receiving institutions.
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.
These links lead to occupational descriptions on WorkBC.