Undergraduate Admissions Requirements

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Area of study:

Applied Arts

Programs available at: Fredericton

The University of New Brunswick’s Fredericton campus offers a Bachelor of Applied Arts. This four-year integrated degree program offers a unique combination of academic and practical study. You will learn the advanced reasoning, research and writing skills of a traditional liberal arts education at UNB. In addition to hands-on studio art courses offered by the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design, one of Canada's most respected fine craft and design schools.

+ Region: Alberta

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

  • English 30 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Four Electives – Group 1
  • One Elective - Group 1 or 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 65%

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: British Columbia

British Columbia Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 4 electives - Group 1
  • 1 elective - Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 65%

British Columbia Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computer Education 11
  • Computer Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Geography 11
  • Geography 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Law 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Physics 12
  • Principle of Math 12
  • Math 11 - for admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Social Studies 11
  • Social Studies 12
  • Sociology 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Stats 12

Group 2

  • Accounting 12

Group 3

  • Art 11
  • Art 12
  • Music 11
  • Music 12
  • Theatre Arts 12
  • Drama 12

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 12

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Manitoba

Manitoba requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 4 electives- Group 1
  • 1 elective-Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 65%

Group 1

  • Biology 40
  • Chemistry 40
  • Computer Education 30
  • Computer Education 40
  • Economics 40
  • French 40
  • Geography 30
  • Geography 40
  • Geology 40
  • History 30
  • History 40
  • Latin 40
  • Law 40
  • Math 30- For admissions to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 40
  • Physics 40
  • Political Science 40
  • Sociology 40
  • Social Studies 30
  • Social Studies 40
  • Spanish 40
  • Stats 40
  • World Issues 40

Group 2

  • Accounting 40

Group 3

  • Art 30
  • Art 40
  • Music 30
  • Music 40
  • Theatre Arts 40
  • Drama 40

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health & Physical Education 40

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: New Brunswick

New Brunswick Requirements

  • English 122/Francais 10411 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Four electives - Group 1
  • One elective - Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 65%

New Brunswick Electives

Group 1

  • Anglais 22411
  • Biology 122
  • Biologie 53411/53421
  • Calculus 120
  • Canadian Literature 120
  • Chemistry 122
  • Chimie 52411
  • Computer Science 110 or 120
  • Co-op Education 120
  • Droit 86411
  • Economics 120
  • Economie 44411
  • Education Cooperative 88411
  • Espagnol 23411
  • FILA 120
  • Francais 10421
  • French 122
  • Geography 110
  • Geographie du Monde 41411
  • Geography 110
  • Geography 120
  • Geology 120
  • Histoire 42311
  • Histoire 42411
  • History 112
  • History 122
  • Intro. Sc. Informatique 87411
  • Info. Appli. 81311/81911
  • Institutions Politiques, Economiques et Jurdiques 43411
  • Introduction to Environmental Science 120
  • Journalism 120
  • Latin 120
  • Law 120
  • Mandarin 120
  • Mathematique 30411C
  • Mathematique 30421C
  • Physics 122
  • Physique 51411/51421
  • Political Science 120
  • Popular Music 120
  • Pre-Calculus A 120
  • Pre-Calculus B 120
  • Pre-Calculus 110 or Foundations of Mathematics 120 (for admission to Arts and Applied Arts only)
  • Psychology 120
  • Reading Tutor 120
  • Science 122
  • Science de L'Environnement 54411
  • Sociology 12
  • Sociology 120
  • Spanish 120
  • Statistique 31411
  • Stats 120
  • World Issues 120
  • Writing 110

Group 2

  • Introduction to Accounting 120
  • Accounting 120
  • Accounting 120 (computerized)
  • Business Organization & Management 120
  • Comptabilité 84411
  • Marketing 122
  • Native Studies 120

Group 3

  • Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies - For admission to Renaissance College only.
  • Art 110
  • Art 120
  • Art 91411
  • Communications 120 (Media Studies 120)
  • Étude des Médias 11411
  • FI Techniques in Fine Arts 110
  • FI Techniques in Communication 120
  • Music 110 or Music 120
  • Musique 92411
  • Theatre Arts 120 (Drama 120)
  • Theatre 93411

Group 4

  • Computer Aided Drafting 120
  • Dessin Industrial 67311
  • Electricite 61311
  • Introduction to Electronics 110
  • Micro Electronics 120

Group 5

  • Ed Physique 71411
  • Health & Physical Education 120

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland Requirements

  • English 3201 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 4 electives - Group 1
  • 1 elective - Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 65%

Newfoundland Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 3201
  • Calculus 4225
  • Chemistry 3202
  • Communications Technology 2104
  • Communications Technology 3104
  • Computer Technology 3200
  • Environmental Science 3205
  • French 3200
  • French 3201
  • Global Economics 3103
  • Global Issues 3205
  • Geology 3202
  • Math 3204
  • Math 3207
  • Physics 3204
  • Psychology 4220
  • Statistics 3104
  • World History 3201
  • World Geography 3200 or 3202
  • Geography 2200 or 2202
  • Calculus 4225

Group 2

  • No applicable courses

Group 3

  • Art 2200
  • Art 3200
  • Music 2200
  • Music 3200

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Physical Education Leadership 3100
  • Physical Education Leadership 3101

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 4 electives - Group 1
  • 1 elective - Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 65%

Group 1

  • African Canadian Studies 11
  • Pre-Calculus Math 12
  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computing Science 12
  • Computer Related Studies 12
  • Co-op Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Gaelic 12
  • Global Geography 11
  • Global Geography 12
  • Geology 12
  • German 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Latin 12
  • Law 12
  • Math (Academic) 12
  • Math (Advanced) 12
  • Oceans 11
  • Physics 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Sociology 12

Group 2

  • Business Management 12
  • Gaelic Studies 11

Group 3

  • Art 11
  • Art 12
  • Music 11
  • Music 12
  • Theatre Arts 12
  • Drama 12

Group 4

  • Film and Video Production 12

Group 5

  • Health and Human Services 12
  • Physical Education Leadership 12

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Nunavut

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

  • English 30 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Four Electives – Group 1
  • One Elective - Group 1 or 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 65%

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Ontario

Ontario requirements

  • English 4U (min. grade of 60%)
  • Four Electives – Group 1
  • One Elective Group 1 or 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 65%

Ontario Electives

Group 1

  • Math MCV4U
  • Math MGA4U
  • English EAE4U
  • English Literature ETS 4U
  • Writer’s Craft EWC4U
  • Biology SBI4U
  • Math MHF4U
  • Math MCB4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U
  • Computer Engineering ICE 4M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS3M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS4M
  • Economics CIA4U
  • Environmental Science SES4U
  • French FSF4U
  • Geography CGR4M
  • Geography CGO4M
  • Geography CGD3M
  • Geography CGF3M
  • Geography CGW4U
  • Geography CGU4U
  • History CHA3U
  • History CHW3M
  • History CHI4U
  • History CHY4U
  • History LVV4U
  • Law CLN4U
  • Math MDM 4U
  • Math MCF3M - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math MCR3U - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Physics SPH4U
  • Political Science CPW4U
  • Sociology HSP3M
  • Sociology HRT3M
  • Sociology HHG4M
  • Sociology HHS4M
  • Sociology HSB4M
  • Sociology HZT4U
  • Sociology HFA4M

Group 2

  • Accounting BAT4M
  • Business BBB4M
  • Business BOH4M
  • Native Studies NDG4M
  • Native Studies NDW4M

Group 3

  • Art AVI3M
  • Art AVI4M
  • Music AMU3M
  • Music AMU4M
  • Drama ADA4M
  • Dance ATC4M
  • Drama ADA 3M

Group 4

  • Technology TDJ3M
  • Technology TGJ4M

Group 5

  • Exercise Science PSE4U

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island Requirements

  • English 621 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Four Electives – Group 1
  • One Elective Group 1 or 2 or 3,
  • Minimum admission average - 65%

Prince Edward Island Electives

Group 1

  • Pre Calculus Math 611B
  • Calculus Math 611A
  • Biology 621
  • Botany 621
  • Chemistry 621
  • Computer Studies 521
  • Computer Studies 621
  • Economics 621
  • Conservation 521
  • French 621
  • Geography 521
  • Geography 621
  • Global Studies 521
  • Global Studies 621
  • Geology 621
  • History 521
  • History 621
  • Modern World Survey 521
  • Law 521
  • Math 521A - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 521B - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 621A
  • Math 621B
  • Physics 621
  • Political Science 621
  • Psychology 621
  • Sociology 621
  • Spanish 621
  • Oceanography 621

Group 2

  • Accounting 621
  • Business Organization & Management 621

Group 3

  • Art 521
  • Art 621
  • Music 521
  • Music 621
  • Theatre Arts 521
  • Theatre Arts 621
  • Drama 521
  • Drame 621

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Physical Education Leadership 621

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Quebec

Quebec Requirements

  • English 516 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Four Electives – Group 1
  • One Elective Group 1 or 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 65%

Quebec Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 534
  • Honours Chemistry 554
  • Chemistry 534
  • Computer Science 534
  • Computer Science 434
  • Economics 514
  • French 536
  • History 414
  • World History 514
  • Math 436 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 536
  • Honours Physics 554
  • Physics 534

Group 2

  • No applicable group two electives

Group 3

  • Art 424
  • Art 524
  • Music 442
  • Music 542
  • Theatre Arts - Drama 534

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 512

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 4 electives - Group 1
  • 1 elective- Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 65%

Saskatchewan Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Calculus 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20- For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 30
  • Physics 30
  • Political Science 30
  • Sociology 30
  • Social Studies 30
  • Spanish 30
  • Stats 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Northwest TerritoriesYukon

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

  • English 30 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Four Electives – Group 1
  • One Elective - Group 1 or 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 65%

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

General notes

1. The admission average is your overall average of high school marks of university preparatory courses for admission to your selected program of study.

2. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to any program.

3. A pass at the high school level is required for each subject counted for admission (unless otherwise specified).

4. To count for admission a subject must be taken at the Grade 12 "academic" level" (N.B. level 2) unless otherwise specified; level 1, French Immersion, and advanced courses are satisfactory substitutes (where they exist). Courses taken at the "general" or "open" levels will not be accepted for admission purposes.

5. Students whose first language is French must offer French in place of English in the required subjects and may offer English as an elective.

Program-specific notes

• Bachelor of Applied Arts available at UNB Fredericton only.

• Students applying for the Bachelor of Applied Arts apply directly to the Admissions Office at UNB Fredericton. Students are asked to indicate in their application their intention to begin either with the Faculty of Arts at UNB Fredericton or at NBCCD.

Additional notes

Please consult the general admissions notes for more information.



Area of study:

Applied Management

Programs available at: Saint John

The University of New Brunswick offers the Bachelor of Applied Management programs (General Business, Accounting, E-Commerce and Hospitality and Tourism) at UNB Saint John.

+ Region: Alberta

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories Electives

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 2 electives - Group 1
  • 1 elective-Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 75%.

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: British Columbia

British Columbia Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 4 electives - Group 1
  • 1 elective - Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 65%

British Columbia Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computer Education 11
  • Computer Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Geography 11
  • Geography 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Law 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Physics 12
  • Principle of Math 12
  • Math 11 - for admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Social Studies 11
  • Social Studies 12
  • Sociology 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Stats 12

Group 2

  • Accounting 12

Group 3

  • Art 11
  • Art 12
  • Music 11
  • Music 12
  • Theatre Arts 12
  • Drama 12

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 12

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Manitoba

Manitoba Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 4 electives- Group 1
  • 1 elective-Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 65%

Manitoba Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 40
  • Chemistry 40
  • Computer Education 30
  • Computer Education 40
  • Economics 40
  • French 40
  • Geography 30
  • Geography 40
  • Geology 40
  • History 30
  • History 40
  • Latin 40
  • Law 40
  • Math 30- For admissions to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 40
  • Physics 40
  • Political Science 40
  • Sociology 40
  • Social Studies 30
  • Social Studies 40
  • Spanish 40
  • Stats 40
  • World Issues 40

Group 2

  • Accounting 40

Group 3

  • Art 30
  • Art 40
  • Music 30
  • Music 40
  • Theatre Arts 40
  • Drama 40

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 40

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: New Brunswick

New Brunswick Requirements

  • English 122/Francais 10411 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Pre-Calculus A 120/Mathematique 30331C* (min. grade of 60%)
  • Pre-Calculus B 120/Mathematique 30411C (min. grade of 60%)
  • Two electives - Group 1
  • One elective - Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 75%
  • *Mathematique 30411B is acceptable for admission. However UNB strongly recommends Mathematique 30331C as the preferred pre-requisite to Mathematique 30411C

New Brunswick Electives

Group 1

  • Anglais 22411
  • Biology 122
  • Biologie 53411/53421
  • Calculus 120
  • Canadian Literature 120
  • Chemistry 122
  • Chimie 52411
  • Computer Science 110 or 120
  • Co-op Education 120
  • Droit 86411
  • Economics 120
  • Economie 44411
  • Education Cooperative 88411
  • Espagnol 23411
  • FILA 120
  • Francais 10421
  • French 122
  • Geography 110
  • Geographie du Monde 41411
  • Geography 110
  • Geography 120
  • Geology 120
  • Histoire 42311
  • Histoire 42411
  • History 112
  • History 122
  • Intro. Sc. Informatique 87411
  • Info. Appli. 81311/81911
  • Institutions Politiques, Economiques et Jurdiques 43411
  • Introduction to Environmental Science 120
  • Journalism 120
  • Latin 120
  • Law 120
  • Mandarin 120
  • Mathematique 30411C
  • Mathematique 30421C
  • Physics 122
  • Physique 51411/51421
  • Political Science 120
  • Popular Music 120
  • Pre-Calculus A 120
  • Pre-Calculus B 120
  • Psychology 120
  • Reading Tutor 120
  • Science 122
  • Science de L'Environnement 54411
  • Sociology 12
  • Sociology 120
  • Spanish 120
  • Statistique 31411
  • Stats 120
  • World Issues 120
  • Writing 110

Group 2

  • Introduction to Accounting 120
  • Accounting 120
  • Accounting 120 (computerized)
  • Business Organization & Management 120
  • Comptabilité 84411
  • Marketing 122
  • Native Studies 120

Group 3

  • Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies - For admission to Renaissance College only.
  • Art 110
  • Art 120
  • Art 91411
  • Communications 120 (Media Studies 120)
  • Étude des Médias 11411
  • FI Techniques in Fine Arts 110
  • FI Techniques in Communication 120
  • Music 110 or Music 120
  • Musique 92411
  • Theatre Arts 120 (Drama 120)
  • Theatre 93411

Group 4

  • Computer Aided Drafting 120
  • Dessin Industrial 67311
  • Electricite 61311
  • Introduction to Electronics 110
  • Micro Electronics 120

Group 5

  • Ed Physique 71411
  • Health & Physical Education 120

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland Requirements

  • English 3201 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Adv. Math 2200 or Acad. Math 2201 (min. grade of 65%)
  • Adv. Math 3200 or Acad. Math 3201 (min. grade of 65%)
  • 2 electives - Group 1
  • 1 elective - Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Newfoundland Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 3201
  • Calculus 4225
  • Chemistry 3202
  • Communications Technology 2104
  • Communications Technology 3104
  • Computer Technology 3200
  • Environmental Science 3205
  • French 3200
  • French 3201
  • Global Economics 3103
  • Global Issues 3205
  • Geology 3202
  • Math 3204
  • Math 3207
  • Physics 3204
  • Psychology 4220
  • Statistics 3104
  • World History 3201
  • World Geography 3200 or 3202
  • Geography 2200 or 2202
  • Calculus 4225

Group 2

  • No applicable courses

Group 3

  • Art 2200
  • Art 3200
  • Music 2200
  • Music 3200

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Physical Education Leadership 3100
  • Physical Education Leadership 3101

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Adv. Math 12 or Acad. Math 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Pre-Calc Math 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 2 electives - Group 1
  • 1 elective - Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Nova Scotia Electives

Group 1

  • African Canadian Studies 11
  • Pre-Calculus Math 12
  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computing Science 12
  • Computer Related Studies 12
  • Co-op Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Gaelic 12
  • Global Geography 11
  • Global Geography 12
  • Geology 12
  • German 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Latin 12
  • Law 12
  • Math (Academic) 12
  • Math (Advanced) 12
  • Oceans 11
  • Physics 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Sociology 12

Group 2

  • Business Management 12
  • Gaelic Studies 11

Group 3

  • Art 11
  • Art 12
  • Music 11
  • Music 12
  • Theatre Arts 12
  • Drama 12

Group 4

  • Film and Video Production 12

Group 5

  • Health and Human Services 12
  • Physical Education Leadership 12

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Nunavut

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories Electives

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 2 electives - Group 1
  • 1 elective-Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 75%.

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Ontario

Ontario requirements

  • English 4U (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math MCV4U plus one of MHF4U, MDM4U, MCF3M or MCR3U (min. grade of 60%)
  • Two electives - Group 1
  • One elective, Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 75%
  • We accept Math MCB4U & MGA4U (min. grade of 60%)

Ontario Electives

Group 1

  • Math MCV4U
  • Math MGA4U
  • English EAE4U
  • English Literature ETS 4U
  • Writer’s Craft EWC4U
  • Biology SBI4U
  • Math MHF4U
  • Math MCB4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U
  • Computer Engineering ICE 4M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS3M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS4M
  • Economics CIA4U
  • Environmental Science SES4U
  • French FSF4U
  • Geography CGR4M
  • Geography CGO4M
  • Geography CGD3M
  • Geography CGF3M
  • Geography CGW4U
  • Geography CGU4U
  • History CHA3U
  • History CHW3M
  • History CHI4U
  • History CHY4U
  • History LVV4U
  • Law CLN4U
  • Math MDM 4U
  • Math MCF3M - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math MCR3U - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Physics SPH4U
  • Political Science CPW4U
  • Sociology HSP3M
  • Sociology HRT3M
  • Sociology HHG4M
  • Sociology HHS4M
  • Sociology HSB4M
  • Sociology HZT4U
  • Sociology HFA4M

Group 2

  • Accounting BAT4M
  • Business BBB4M
  • Business BOH4M
  • Native Studies NDG4M
  • Native Studies NDW4M

Group 3

  • Art AVI3M
  • Art AVI4M
  • Music AMU3M
  • Music AMU4M
  • Drama ADA4M
  • Dance ATC4M
  • Drama ADA 3M

Group 4

  • Technology TDJ3M
  • Technology TGJ4M

Group 5

  • Exercise Science PSE4U

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island Requirements

  • English 621 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 521A or Math 521B, 1 of: Math 621A, Math 621B, Math 611A or Math 611B (min. grade of 60%)
  • 2 electives - Group 1
  • 1 elective-Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Prince Edward Island Electives

Group 1

  • Pre Calculus Math 611B
  • Calculus Math 611A
  • Biology 621
  • Botany 621
  • Chemistry 621
  • Computer Studies 521
  • Computer Studies 621
  • Economics 621
  • Conservation 521
  • French 621
  • Geography 521
  • Geography 621
  • Global Studies 521
  • Global Studies 621
  • Geology 621
  • History 521
  • History 621
  • Modern World Survey 521
  • Law 521
  • Math 521A - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 521B - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 621A
  • Math 621B
  • Physics 621
  • Political Science 621
  • Psychology 621
  • Sociology 621
  • Spanish 621
  • Oceanography 621

Group 2

  • Accounting 621
  • Business Organization & Management 621

Group 3

  • Art 521
  • Art 621
  • Music 521
  • Music 621
  • Theatre Arts 521
  • Theatre Arts 621
  • Drama 521
  • Drame 621

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Physical Education Leadership 621

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Quebec

Quebec Requirements

  • English 516 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 436 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 536 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 2 electives - Group 1
  • 1 elective-Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Quebec Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 534
  • Honours Chemistry 554
  • Chemistry 534
  • Computer Science 534
  • Computer Science 434
  • Economics 514
  • French 536
  • History 414
  • World History 514
  • Math 436 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 536
  • Honours Physics 554
  • Physics 534

Group 2

  • No applicable group two electives

Group 3

  • Art 424
  • Art 524
  • Music 442
  • Music 542
  • Theatre Arts - Drama 534

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 512

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 12-including Pre-Calc (min. grade of 60%)
  • 2 electives - Group 1
  • 1 elective- Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Saskatchewan Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Calculus 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20- For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 30
  • Physics 30
  • Political Science 30
  • Sociology 30
  • Social Studies 30
  • Spanish 30
  • Stats 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Northwest TerritoriesYukon

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories Electives

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 2 electives - Group 1
  • 1 elective-Group 1, 2 or 3
  • Minimum admission average 75%.

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

General notes

1. The admission average is your overall average of high school marks of university preparatory courses for admission to your selected program of study.

2. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to any program.

3. A pass at the high school level is required for each subject counted for admission (unless otherwise specified).

4. To count for admission a subject must be taken at the Grade 12 "academic" level" (N.B. level 2) unless otherwise specified; level 1, French Immersion, and advanced courses are satisfactory substitutes (where they exist). Courses taken at the "general" or "open" levels will not be accepted for admission purposes.

5. Students whose first language is French must offer French in place of English in the required subjects and may offer English as an elective.

Program-specific notes

Bachelor of Applied Management (BAM)

Students must have successfully completed a two-year diploma from a recognized college, with an average of 70%, and no grade below 65% in specific courses identified by the Faculty of Business at UNB Saint John.

Bachelor of Applied Management in Accounting (BAMAC)

Students must have successfully completed the two-year Business Technology program with the Accounting Option at the New Brunswick Community College (NBCC), or an equivalent program, with an average of 70%.

Bachelor of Applied Management in Electronic Commerce (BAMEC)

Students must have successfully completed the two-year Business Technology program with the e-Business Option at the New Brunswick Community College (NBCC), or an equivalent program, with an average of 70%.

Bachelor of Applied Management in Hospitality and Tourism (BAMHT) (2+2)

Students must have successfully completed a two-year Hospitality and Tourism program with a recognized partner college with an average of 70%, as well as micro-economics and macro-economics credits.

Additional notes

Please consult the general admissions notes for more information.



Area of study:

Computer Science

Programs available at: Fredericton | Saint John

The University of New Brunswick offers a Bachelor of Computer Science at UNB Fredericton and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science at UNB Saint John.

+ Region: AlbertaNunavutNorthwest TerritoriesYukon

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 12 - Including Pre-Calculus (min. grade of 60%)
  • One of Biology 12, Physics 12 or Chemistry 12 (min. grade of 65%)
  • One Elective - Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • One Elective - Group 1 or 2 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum Admission average - 75%

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: British Columbia

British Columbia Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 65%)
  • Math 12- including Pre-Calc (min. grade of 65%)
  • One of Biology 12, Chemistry 12 or Physics 12 (min. grade of 65%)
  • 1 elective- Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 1 elective- Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

British Columbia Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computer Education 11
  • Computer Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Geography 11
  • Geography 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Law 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Physics 12
  • Principle of Math 12
  • Math 11 - for admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Social Studies 11
  • Social Studies 12
  • Sociology 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Stats 12

Group 2

  • Accounting 12

Group 3

  • Art 11
  • Art 12
  • Music 11
  • Music 12
  • Theatre Arts 12
  • Drama 12

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 12

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Manitoba

Manitoba Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 65%)
  • Math 12- including Pre-Calc (min. grade of 65%)
  • Chemistry 12, and one of (Grade 12 Physics, Biology, Geology or another provincially approved science)
  • 1 elective- Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Manitoba Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 40
  • Chemistry 40
  • Computer Education 30
  • Computer Education 40
  • Economics 40
  • French 40
  • Geography 30
  • Geography 40
  • Geology 40
  • History 30
  • History 40
  • Latin 40
  • Law 40
  • Math 30- For admissions to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 40
  • Physics 40
  • Political Science 40
  • Sociology 40
  • Social Studies 30
  • Social Studies 40
  • Spanish 40
  • Stats 40
  • World Issues 40

Group 2

  • Accounting 40

Group 3

  • Art 30
  • Art 40
  • Music 30
  • Music 40
  • Theatre Arts 40
  • Drama 40

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 40

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: New Brunswick

New Brunswick Requirements

  • English 122/Francais 10411 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Pre-Calculus A 120/Mathematique 30311C* (min. grade of 65%)
  • Pre-Calculus B 120/Mathematique 30411C (min. grade of 65%)
  • One of Biology 122/Biologie 53421, Physics 122/Physique 51411 or Chemistry 122/Chimie 52411** (min. grade 65%)
  • One Elective - Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • One Elective - Group 1 or 2 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%
  • *Mathematique 30411B is acceptable for admission. However UNB strongly recommends Mathematique 30331C as the preferred pre-requisite to Mathematique 30411C.
  • **Biologie 53421 and Physique 51421 are acceptable for admission.

New Brunswick Electives

Group 1

  • Anglais 22411
  • Biology 122
  • Biologie 53411/53421
  • Calculus 120
  • Canadian Literature 120
  • Chemistry 122
  • Chimie 52411
  • Computer Science 110 or 120
  • Co-op Education 120
  • Droit 86411
  • Economics 120
  • Economie 44411
  • Education Cooperative 88411
  • Espagnol 23411
  • FILA 120
  • Francais 10421
  • French 122
  • Geography 110
  • Geographie du Monde 41411
  • Geography 110
  • Geography 120
  • Geology 120
  • Histoire 42311
  • Histoire 42411
  • History 112
  • History 122
  • Intro. Sc. Informatique 87411
  • Info. Appli. 81311/81911
  • Institutions Politiques, Economiques et Jurdiques 43411
  • Introduction to Environmental Science 120
  • Journalism 120
  • Latin 120
  • Law 120
  • Mandarin 120
  • Mathematique 30411C
  • Mathematique 30421C
  • Physics 122
  • Physique 51411/51421
  • Political Science 120
  • Popular Music 120
  • Pre-Calculus A 120
  • Pre-Calculus B 120
  • Psychology 120
  • Reading Tutor 120
  • Science 122
  • Science de L'Environnement 54411
  • Sociology 12
  • Sociology 120
  • Spanish 120
  • Statistique 31411
  • Stats 120
  • World Issues 120
  • Writing 110

Group 2

  • Introduction to Accounting 120
  • Accounting 120
  • Accounting 120 (computerized)
  • Business Organization & Management 120
  • Comptabilité 84411
  • Marketing 122
  • Native Studies 120

Group 3

  • Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies - For admission to Renaissance College only.
  • Art 110
  • Art 120
  • Art 91411
  • Communications 120 (Media Studies 120)
  • Étude des Médias 11411
  • FI Techniques in Fine Arts 110
  • FI Techniques in Communication 120
  • Music 110 or Music 120
  • Musique 92411
  • Theatre Arts 120 (Drama 120)
  • Theatre 93411

Group 4

  • Computer Aided Drafting 120
  • Dessin Industrial 67311
  • Electricite 61311
  • Introduction to Electronics 110
  • Micro Electronics 120

Group 5

  • Ed Physique 71411
  • Health & Physical Education 120

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland Requirements

  • English 3201 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Adv. Math 2200 or Acad. Math 2201 (min. grade of 65%)
  • Adv. Math 3200 or Acad. Math 3201 (min. grade of 65%)
  • One of Biology 3201, Chemistry 3202 or Physics 3204 (min. grade of 65%)
  • 1 elective - Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 1 elective - Group 1 or 2 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average of 75%

Newfoundland Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 3201
  • Calculus 4225
  • Chemistry 3202
  • Communications Technology 2104
  • Communications Technology 3104
  • Computer Technology 3200
  • Environmental Science 3205
  • French 3200
  • French 3201
  • Global Economics 3103
  • Global Issues 3205
  • Geology 3202
  • Math 3204
  • Math 3207
  • Physics 3204
  • Psychology 4220
  • Statistics 3104
  • World History 3201
  • World Geography 3200 or 3202
  • Geography 2200 or 2202
  • Calculus 4225

Group 2

  • No applicable courses

Group 3

  • Art 2200
  • Art 3200
  • Music 2200
  • Music 3200

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Physical Education Leadership 3100
  • Physical Education Leadership 3101

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Adv. Math 12 or Acad. Math 12 (min. grade of 65%)
  • Pre-Calc Math 12 (min. grade of 65%)
  • One of Biology 12, Chemistry 12 or Physics 12 (min. grade of 65%)
  • 1 elective - Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 1 elective - Group 1 or 2 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Nova Scotia Electives

Group 1

  • African Canadian Studies 11
  • Pre-Calculus Math 12
  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computing Science 12
  • Computer Related Studies 12
  • Co-op Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Gaelic 12
  • Global Geography 11
  • Global Geography 12
  • Geology 12
  • German 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Latin 12
  • Law 12
  • Math (Academic) 12
  • Math (Advanced) 12
  • Oceans 11
  • Physics 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Sociology 12

Group 2

  • Business Management 12
  • Gaelic Studies 11

Group 3

  • Art 11
  • Art 12
  • Music 11
  • Music 12
  • Theatre Arts 12
  • Drama 12

Group 4

  • Film and Video Production 12

Group 5

  • Health and Human Services 12
  • Physical Education Leadership 12

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Ontario

Ontario requirements

  • English 4U (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math MCV4U and Math MHF4U (min. grade of 65%)
  • One of Biology SBI4U, Physics SPH4U or Chemistry SCH4U (min. grade of 65%)
  • One elective - Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • One elective - Group 1 or 2(min. grade of 60%)
  • We accept Math MCB4U & MGA4U (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Ontario Electives

Group 1

  • Math MCV4U
  • Math MGA4U
  • English EAE4U
  • English Literature ETS 4U
  • Writer’s Craft EWC4U
  • Biology SBI4U
  • Math MHF4U
  • Math MCB4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U
  • Computer Engineering ICE 4M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS3M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS4M
  • Economics CIA4U
  • Environmental Science SES4U
  • French FSF4U
  • Geography CGR4M
  • Geography CGO4M
  • Geography CGD3M
  • Geography CGF3M
  • Geography CGW4U
  • Geography CGU4U
  • History CHA3U
  • History CHW3M
  • History CHI4U
  • History CHY4U
  • History LVV4U
  • Law CLN4U
  • Math MDM 4U
  • Math MCF3M - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math MCR3U - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Physics SPH4U
  • Political Science CPW4U
  • Sociology HSP3M
  • Sociology HRT3M
  • Sociology HHG4M
  • Sociology HHS4M
  • Sociology HSB4M
  • Sociology HZT4U
  • Sociology HFA4M

Group 2

  • Accounting BAT4M
  • Business BBB4M
  • Business BOH4M
  • Native Studies NDG4M
  • Native Studies NDW4M

Group 3

  • Art AVI3M
  • Art AVI4M
  • Music AMU3M
  • Music AMU4M
  • Drama ADA4M
  • Dance ATC4M
  • Drama ADA 3M

Group 4

  • Technology TDJ3M
  • Technology TGJ4M

Group 5

  • Exercise Science PSE4U

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island Requirements

  • English 621 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 521A or Math 521B (min. grade of 65%)
  • One of Math 621A, Math 621B, Math 611A, or Math 611B (Min. grade of 65%)
  • One of Biology 621, Physics 621 or Chemistry 621 (min. grade of 65%)
  • One elective - Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • One elective - Group 1 or 2 (min. grade 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Prince Edward Island Electives

Group 1

  • Pre Calculus Math 611B
  • Calculus Math 611A
  • Biology 621
  • Botany 621
  • Chemistry 621
  • Computer Studies 521
  • Computer Studies 621
  • Economics 621
  • Conservation 521
  • French 621
  • Geography 521
  • Geography 621
  • Global Studies 521
  • Global Studies 621
  • Geology 621
  • History 521
  • History 621
  • Modern World Survey 521
  • Law 521
  • Math 521A - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 521B - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 621A
  • Math 621B
  • Physics 621
  • Political Science 621
  • Psychology 621
  • Sociology 621
  • Spanish 621
  • Oceanography 621

Group 2

  • Accounting 621
  • Business Organization & Management 621

Group 3

  • Art 521
  • Art 621
  • Music 521
  • Music 621
  • Theatre Arts 521
  • Theatre Arts 621
  • Drama 521
  • Drame 621

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Physical Education Leadership 621

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Quebec

Quebec Requirements

  • English 516 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 436 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 536 (min. grade of 60%)
  • One of Biology 534, Physics 534, or Chemistry 534 (min. grade 65%)
  • One Elective - Group 1 (min. grade 60%)
  • One Elective - Group 1 or 2 (min. grade 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Quebec Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 534
  • Honours Chemistry 554
  • Chemistry 534
  • Computer Science 534
  • Computer Science 434
  • Economics 514
  • French 536
  • History 414
  • World History 514
  • Math 436 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 536
  • Honours Physics 554
  • Physics 534

Group 2

  • No applicable group two electives

Group 3

  • Art 424
  • Art 524
  • Music 442
  • Music 542
  • Theatre Arts - Drama 534

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 512

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 65%)
  • Math 12-including Pre-Calc (min. grade of 65%)
  • One of Biology 12, Chemistry 12 or Physics 12 (min. grade of 65%)
  • 1 elective - Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 1 elective- Group 1 or 2 (min.grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Saskatchewan Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Calculus 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20- For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 30
  • Physics 30
  • Political Science 30
  • Sociology 30
  • Social Studies 30
  • Spanish 30
  • Stats 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

General notes

  1. The admission average is your overall average of high school marks of university preparatory courses for admission to your selected program of study.
  2. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to any program.
  3. A pass at the high school level is required for each subject counted for admission (unless otherwise specified).
  4. To count for admission a subject must be taken at the Grade 12 "academic" level" (N.B. level 2) unless otherwise specified; level 1, French Immersion, and advanced courses are satisfactory substitutes (where they exist). Courses taken at the "general" or "open" levels will not be accepted for admission purposes.
  5. Students whose first language is French must offer French in place of English in the required subjects and may offer English as an elective.

Program-specific notes

Applicants who do not meet the admission requirements for direct entry to the degree program, but offer a minimum admission average of 60% (and other conditions as may be required by the admitting faculty) may be given conditional admission to the appropriate faculty in an entrance program to the extent that capacity allows. Students with high academic standing may be considered for admission to the Bachelor of Science program if they present any two of three grade 12 Sciences. e.g. Biology/ Chemistry; Biology/Physics; Physics/Chemistry.

Additional notes

Please consult the general admissions notes for more information.



Area of study:

Health Sciences

Programs available at: Saint John

The University of New Brunswick offers a Bachelor of Health Sciences at UNB Saint John. Students must complete the first year of a Bachelor of Science program to qualify for the BHS program.

The application process for the BHS takes place in mid-January. Prior to the application process, you’ll choose one of the four streams. Applications to the BHS program will be assessed, interviews conducted and notifications sent out towards the end of March. The number of seats is limited, thereby making these programs competitive.

+ Region: Alberta

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11
  • Math 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Physics 12
  • One elective – Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: British Columbia

British Columbia Requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11
  • Math 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Physics12
  • 1 elective - Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

British Columbia Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computer Education 11
  • Computer Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Geography 11
  • Geography 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Law 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Physics 12
  • Principle of Math 12
  • Math 11 - for admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Social Studies 11
  • Social Studies 12
  • Sociology 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Stats 12

Group 2

  • Accounting 12

Group 3

  • Art 11
  • Art 12
  • Music 11
  • Music 12
  • Theatre Arts 12
  • Drama 12

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 12

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Manitoba

Manitoba Requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11
  • Math 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Physics 12
  • 1 elective- Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Manitoba Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 40
  • Chemistry 40
  • Computer Education 30
  • Computer Education 40
  • Economics 40
  • French 40
  • Geography 30
  • Geography 40
  • Geology 40
  • History 30
  • History 40
  • Latin 40
  • Law 40
  • Math 30- For admissions to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 40
  • Physics 40
  • Political Science 40
  • Sociology 40
  • Social Studies 30
  • Social Studies 40
  • Spanish 40
  • Stats 40
  • World Issues 40

Group 2

  • Accounting 40

Group 3

  • Art 30
  • Art 40
  • Music 30
  • Music 40
  • Theatre Arts 40
  • Drama 40

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 40

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: New Brunswick

New Brunswick Requirements

  • English 122/Francais 10411
  • Pre-Calculus A 120/Mathematique 30331C*
  • Pre-Caculus B 120/Mathematique 30411C
  • Chemistry 122/Chimie 52411
  • Physics 122/Physique 51411**
  • One Elective Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%
  • *Mathematique 30411B is acceptable for admission. However UNB strongly recommends Mathematique 30331C as the preferred pre-requisite to Mathematique 30411C.
  • **Physique 51421 is acceptable for admission.

New Brunswick Electives

Group 1

  • Anglais 22411
  • Biology 122
  • Biologie 53411/53421
  • Calculus 120
  • Canadian Literature 120
  • Chemistry 122
  • Chimie 52411
  • Computer Science 110 or 120
  • Co-op Education 120
  • Droit 86411
  • Economics 120
  • Economie 44411
  • Education Cooperative 88411
  • Espagnol 23411
  • FILA 120
  • Francais 10421
  • French 122
  • Geography 110
  • Geographie du Monde 41411
  • Geography 110
  • Geography 120
  • Geology 120
  • Histoire 42311
  • Histoire 42411
  • History 112
  • History 122
  • Intro. Sc. Informatique 87411
  • Info. Appli. 81311/81911
  • Institutions Politiques, Economiques et Jurdiques 43411
  • Introduction to Environmental Science 120
  • Journalism 120
  • Latin 120
  • Law 120
  • Mandarin 120
  • Mathematique 30411C
  • Mathematique 30421C
  • Physics 122
  • Physique 51411/51421
  • Political Science 120
  • Popular Music 120
  • Pre-Calculus A 120
  • Pre-Calculus B 120
  • Psychology 120
  • Reading Tutor 120
  • Science 122
  • Science de L'Environnement 54411
  • Sociology 12
  • Sociology 120
  • Spanish 120
  • Statistique 31411
  • Stats 120
  • World Issues 120
  • Writing 110

Group 2

  • Introduction to Accounting 120
  • Accounting 120
  • Accounting 120 (computerized)
  • Business Organization & Management 120
  • Comptabilité 84411
  • Marketing 122
  • Native Studies 120

Group 3

  • Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies - For admission to Renaissance College only.
  • Art 110
  • Art 120
  • Art 91411
  • Communications 120 (Media Studies 120)
  • Étude des Médias 11411
  • FI Techniques in Fine Arts 110
  • FI Techniques in Communication 120
  • Music 110 or Music 120
  • Musique 92411
  • Theatre Arts 120 (Drama 120)
  • Theatre 93411

Group 4

  • Computer Aided Drafting 120
  • Dessin Industrial 67311
  • Electricite 61311
  • Introduction to Electronics 110
  • Micro Electronics 120

Group 5

  • Ed Physique 71411
  • Health & Physical Education 120

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland Requirements

  • English 3201
  • Adv. Math 2200 or Acad. Math 2201
  • Adv. Math 3200 or Acad. Math 3201
  • Chemistry 3202
  • Physics 3204
  • 1 elective - Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average of 75%

Newfoundland Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 3201
  • Calculus 4225
  • Chemistry 3202
  • Communications Technology 2104
  • Communications Technology 3104
  • Computer Technology 3200
  • Environmental Science 3205
  • French 3200
  • French 3201
  • Global Economics 3103
  • Global Issues 3205
  • Geology 3202
  • Math 3204
  • Math 3207
  • Physics 3204
  • Psychology 4220
  • Statistics 3104
  • World History 3201
  • World Geography 3200 or 3202
  • Geography 2200 or 2202
  • Calculus 4225

Group 2

  • No applicable courses

Group 3

  • Art 2200
  • Art 3200
  • Music 2200
  • Music 3200

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Physical Education Leadership 3100
  • Physical Education Leadership 3101

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Nunavut

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11
  • Math 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Physics 12
  • One elective – Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Ontario

Ontario requirements

  • English 4U
  • Math MCV4U
  • Math MHF4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U
  • Physics SPH4U
  • One elective – Group 1 or 2
  • We will accept Math MCB4U & MGA4U
  • Minimum admission average of 75%

Ontario Electives

Group 1

  • Math MCV4U
  • Math MGA4U
  • English EAE4U
  • English Literature ETS 4U
  • Writer’s Craft EWC4U
  • Biology SBI4U
  • Math MHF4U
  • Math MCB4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U
  • Computer Engineering ICE 4M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS3M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS4M
  • Economics CIA4U
  • Environmental Science SES4U
  • French FSF4U
  • Geography CGR4M
  • Geography CGO4M
  • Geography CGD3M
  • Geography CGF3M
  • Geography CGW4U
  • Geography CGU4U
  • History CHA3U
  • History CHW3M
  • History CHI4U
  • History CHY4U
  • History LVV4U
  • Law CLN4U
  • Math MDM 4U
  • Math MCF3M - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math MCR3U - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Physics SPH4U
  • Political Science CPW4U
  • Sociology HSP3M
  • Sociology HRT3M
  • Sociology HHG4M
  • Sociology HHS4M
  • Sociology HSB4M
  • Sociology HZT4U
  • Sociology HFA4M

Group 2

  • Accounting BAT4M
  • Business BBB4M
  • Business BOH4M
  • Native Studies NDG4M
  • Native Studies NDW4M

Group 3

  • Art AVI3M
  • Art AVI4M
  • Music AMU3M
  • Music AMU4M
  • Drama ADA4M
  • Dance ATC4M
  • Drama ADA 3M

Group 4

  • Technology TDJ3M
  • Technology TGJ4M

Group 5

  • Exercise Science PSE4U

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island Requirements

  • English 621
  • Math 521A or Math 521B
  • One of: Math 621A, Math 621B, 611A or 611B
  • Chemistry 621
  • Physics 621
  • One elective – Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Prince Edward Island Electives

Group 1

  • Pre Calculus Math 611B
  • Calculus Math 611A
  • Biology 621
  • Botany 621
  • Chemistry 621
  • Computer Studies 521
  • Computer Studies 621
  • Economics 621
  • Conservation 521
  • French 621
  • Geography 521
  • Geography 621
  • Global Studies 521
  • Global Studies 621
  • Geology 621
  • History 521
  • History 621
  • Modern World Survey 521
  • Law 521
  • Math 521A - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 521B - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 621A
  • Math 621B
  • Physics 621
  • Political Science 621
  • Psychology 621
  • Sociology 621
  • Spanish 621
  • Oceanography 621

Group 2

  • Accounting 621
  • Business Organization & Management 621

Group 3

  • Art 521
  • Art 621
  • Music 521
  • Music 621
  • Theatre Arts 521
  • Theatre Arts 621
  • Drama 521
  • Drame 621

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Physical Education Leadership 621

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Quebec

Quebec Requirements

  • English 516
  • Math 436
  • Math 536
  • Chemistry 534
  • Physics 534
  • One elective – Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Quebec Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 534
  • Honours Chemistry 554
  • Chemistry 534
  • Computer Science 534
  • Computer Science 434
  • Economics 514
  • French 536
  • History 414
  • World History 514
  • Math 436 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 536
  • Honours Physics 554
  • Physics 534

Group 2

  • No applicable group two electives

Group 3

  • Art 424
  • Art 524
  • Music 442
  • Music 542
  • Theatre Arts - Drama 534

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 512

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11
  • Math 12-including Pre-Calc
  • Chemistry 12
  • Physics 12
  • 1 elective - Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Saskatchewan Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Calculus 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20- For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 30
  • Physics 30
  • Political Science 30
  • Sociology 30
  • Social Studies 30
  • Spanish 30
  • Stats 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Requirements

  • English 12
  • Adv. Math 12 or Acad. Math 12
  • Pre-Calc Math 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Physics 12
  • 1 elective - Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admissions average of 75%

Group 1

  • African Canadian Studies 11
  • Pre-Calculus Math 12
  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computing Science 12
  • Computer Related Studies 12
  • Co-op Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Gaelic 12
  • Global Geography 11
  • Global Geography 12
  • Geology 12
  • German 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Latin 12
  • Law 12
  • Math (Academic) 12
  • Math (Advanced) 12
  • Oceans 11
  • Physics 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Sociology 12

Group 2

  • Business Management 12
  • Gaelic Studies 12

Group 3

  • Art 11
  • Art 12
  • Music 11
  • Music 12
  • Theatre Arts 12
  • Drama 12

Group 4

  • Film and Video Production 12

Group 5

  • Health and Human Services 12
  • Physical Education Leadership 12

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Northwest Territories

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11
  • Math 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Physics 12
  • One elective – Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Yukon

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11
  • Math 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Physics 12
  • One elective – Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

General notes

1. The admission average is your overall average of high school marks of university preparatory courses for admission to your selected program of study.

2. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to any program.

3. A pass at the high school level is required for each subject counted for admission (unless otherwise specified).

4. To count for admission a subject must be taken at the Grade 12 "academic" level" (N.B. level 2) unless otherwise specified; level 1, French Immersion, and advanced courses are satisfactory substitutes (where they exist). Courses taken at the "general" or "open" levels will not be accepted for admission purposes.

5. Students whose first language is French must offer French in place of English in the required subjects and may offer English as an elective.

Program-specific notes

Senior-year Mathematics, Chemistry and another approved science are required courses for admission to these programs. An average of the marks in senior Math, Chemistry, and the best other science course must be at least 75%.

Applicants who do not meet the admission requirements for direct entry to the Bachelor of Science degree program, but offer a minimum admission average of 70% (and other conditions as required by the admitting Faculty) may be given conditional admission in an entrance program to the extent that capacity allows.

Students intending to take the Bachelor of Health Science (BHS) degree are required to take grade 12 academic Chemistry and Physics. Students who present only Chemistry will be considered at the discretion of the Faculty.

Students with high academic standing may be considered for admission if they present any two of three grade 12 Sciences, e.g. Biology/Chemistry; Biology/Physics; Physics/ Chemistry, etc. 

Students intending to enroll in MATH 1003, Introduction to Calculus I, must take a Placement Test which will be administered during Orientation week in September. Materials to prepare for this test are available online at http://math.unb.ca/ready as well as from the Mathematics Departments in New Brunswick High Schools and UNB. Based on their test scores, and the regulations set out by the Mathematics Departments, students will be required to take: a Pre-Calculus course (Math 0863 UNBF or Math 1863 UNBSJ), a special section of Math 1003 that covers the material of the course over two semesters, or a regular (one semester) section of Math 1003.

Additional notes

Please consult the general admissions notes for more information.



Area of study:

Science and Computer Science

Programs available at: Fredericton

The University of New Brunswick offers both a 5-year Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Computer Science concurrent degree program at the Fredericton campus.

+ Region: Alberta

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories Requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Chemistry 12
  • One of Grade 12 Physics, Biology, Geology or another provincially-approved science
  • One elective - Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: British Columbia

British Columbia Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 12- including Pre-Calc (min. grade of 60%)
  • Chemistry and one of (Grade 12 Physics, Biology, Geology or another provincially approved science)
  • 1 elective- Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

British Columbia Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computer Education 11
  • Computer Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Geography 11
  • Geography 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Law 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Physics 12
  • Principle of Math 12
  • Math 11 - for admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Social Studies 11
  • Social Studies 12
  • Sociology 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Stats 12

Group 2

  • Accounting 12

Group 3

  • Art 11
  • Art 12
  • Music 11
  • Music 12
  • Theatre Arts 12
  • Drama 12

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 12

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Manitoba

Manitoba Requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 12- including Pre-Calc (min. grade of 60%)
  • Chemistry 12, and one of (Grade 12 Physics, Biology, Geology or another provincially approved science)
  • 1 elective- Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Manitoba Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 40
  • Chemistry 40
  • Computer Education 30
  • Computer Education 40
  • Economics 40
  • French 40
  • Geography 30
  • Geography 40
  • Geology 40
  • History 30
  • History 40
  • Latin 40
  • Law 40
  • Math 30- For admissions to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 40
  • Physics 40
  • Political Science 40
  • Sociology 40
  • Social Studies 30
  • Social Studies 40
  • Spanish 40
  • Stats 40
  • World Issues 40

Group 2

  • Accounting 40

Group 3

  • Art 30
  • Art 40
  • Music 30
  • Music 40
  • Theatre Arts 40
  • Drama 40

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 40

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: New Brunswick

New Brunswick Requirements

  • English 122/Francais 10411
  • Pre-Calculus A 120/Mathematique 30331C* (min grade of 60%)
  • Pre-Calculus B 120/Mathematique 30411C (min grade of 60%)
  • Chemistry 122/Chimie 52411
  • One of Grade 12 Physics, Biology, Geology or another provincially-approved science
  • One elective - Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%
  • *Mathematique 30411B is acceptable for admission. However UNB strongly recommends Mathematique 30331C as the preferred pre-requisite to Mathematique 30411C.

New Brunswick Electives

Group 1

  • Anglais 22411
  • Biology 122
  • Biologie 53411/53421
  • Calculus 120
  • Canadian Literature 120
  • Chemistry 122
  • Chimie 52411
  • Computer Science 110 or 120
  • Co-op Education 120
  • Droit 86411
  • Economics 120
  • Economie 44411
  • Education Cooperative 88411
  • Espagnol 23411
  • FILA 120
  • Francais 10421
  • French 122
  • Geography 110
  • Geographie du Monde 41411
  • Geography 110
  • Geography 120
  • Geology 120
  • Histoire 42311
  • Histoire 42411
  • History 112
  • History 122
  • Intro. Sc. Informatique 87411
  • Info. Appli. 81311/81911
  • Institutions Politiques, Economiques et Jurdiques 43411
  • Introduction to Environmental Science 120
  • Journalism 120
  • Latin 120
  • Law 120
  • Mandarin 120
  • Mathematique 30411C
  • Mathematique 30421C
  • Physics 122
  • Physique 51411/51421
  • Political Science 120
  • Popular Music 120
  • Pre-Calculus A 120
  • Pre-Calculus B 120
  • Psychology 120
  • Reading Tutor 120
  • Science 122
  • Science de L'Environnement 54411
  • Sociology 12
  • Sociology 120
  • Spanish 120
  • Statistique 31411
  • Stats 120
  • World Issues 120
  • Writing 110

Group 2

  • Introduction to Accounting 120
  • Accounting 120
  • Accounting 120 (computerized)
  • Business Organization & Management 120
  • Comptabilité 84411
  • Marketing 122
  • Native Studies 120

Group 3

  • Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies - For admission to Renaissance College only.
  • Art 110
  • Art 120
  • Art 91411
  • Communications 120 (Media Studies 120)
  • Étude des Médias 11411
  • FI Techniques in Fine Arts 110
  • FI Techniques in Communication 120
  • Music 110 or Music 120
  • Musique 92411
  • Theatre Arts 120 (Drama 120)
  • Theatre 93411

Group 4

  • Computer Aided Drafting 120
  • Dessin Industrial 67311
  • Electricite 61311
  • Introduction to Electronics 110
  • Micro Electronics 120

Group 5

  • Ed Physique 71411
  • Health & Physical Education 120

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland Requirements

  • English 3201
  • Adv. Math 2200 or Acad. Math 2201 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Adv. Math 3200 or Acad. Math 3201 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Chemistry 3203, and one of (Physics 3204, Biology 3201 or another provincially approved science)
  • 1 elective - Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average of 75%

Newfoundland Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 3201
  • Calculus 4225
  • Chemistry 3202
  • Communications Technology 2104
  • Communications Technology 3104
  • Computer Technology 3200
  • Environmental Science 3205
  • French 3200
  • French 3201
  • Global Economics 3103
  • Global Issues 3205
  • Geology 3202
  • Math 3204
  • Math 3207
  • Physics 3204
  • Psychology 4220
  • Statistics 3104
  • World History 3201
  • World Geography 3200 or 3202
  • Geography 2200 or 2202
  • Calculus 4225

Group 2

  • No applicable courses

Group 3

  • Art 2200
  • Art 3200
  • Music 2200
  • Music 3200

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Physical Education Leadership 3100
  • Physical Education Leadership 3101

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Requirements

  • English 12
  • Adv. Math 12 or Acad. Math 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Pre-Calc Math 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Chemistry 12, and one of (Grade 12 Physics, Biology, Geology or another provincially approved science)
  • 1 elective - Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Nova Scotia Electives

Group 1

  • African Canadian Studies 11
  • Pre-Calculus Math 12
  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computing Science 12
  • Computer Related Studies 12
  • Co-op Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Gaelic 12
  • Global Geography 11
  • Global Geography 12
  • Geology 12
  • German 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Latin 12
  • Law 12
  • Math (Academic) 12
  • Math (Advanced) 12
  • Oceans 11
  • Physics 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Sociology 12

Group 2

  • Business Management 12
  • Gaelic Studies 11

Group 3

  • Art 11
  • Art 12
  • Music 11
  • Music 12
  • Theatre Arts 12
  • Drama 12

Group 4

  • Film and Video Production 12

Group 5

  • Health and Human Services 12
  • Physical Education Leadership 12

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Nunavut

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories Requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Chemistry 12
  • One of Grade 12 Physics, Biology, Geology or another provincially-approved science
  • One elective - Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Ontario

Ontario requirements

  • English 4U
  • Math MCV4U (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math MHF4U (min. grade of 60%)
  • We accept Math MCB4U & MGA4U (min. grade 65%)
  • Chemistry SCH4U (min. grade of 60%)
  • One of Physics SPH4U, Biology SBH4U or another provincially-approved science.
  • One elective Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average of 75%

Ontario Electives

Group 1

  • Math MCV4U
  • Math MGA4U
  • English EAE4U
  • English Literature ETS 4U
  • Writer’s Craft EWC4U
  • Biology SBI4U
  • Math MHF4U
  • Math MCB4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U
  • Computer Engineering ICE 4M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS3M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS4M
  • Economics CIA4U
  • Environmental Science SES4U
  • French FSF4U
  • Geography CGR4M
  • Geography CGO4M
  • Geography CGD3M
  • Geography CGF3M
  • Geography CGW4U
  • Geography CGU4U
  • History CHA3U
  • History CHW3M
  • History CHI4U
  • History CHY4U
  • History LVV4U
  • Law CLN4U
  • Math MDM 4U
  • Math MCF3M - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math MCR3U - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Physics SPH4U
  • Political Science CPW4U
  • Sociology HSP3M
  • Sociology HRT3M
  • Sociology HHG4M
  • Sociology HHS4M
  • Sociology HSB4M
  • Sociology HZT4U
  • Sociology HFA4M

Group 2

  • Accounting BAT4M
  • Business BBB4M
  • Business BOH4M
  • Native Studies NDG4M
  • Native Studies NDW4M

Group 3

  • Art AVI3M
  • Art AVI4M
  • Music AMU3M
  • Music AMU4M
  • Drama ADA4M
  • Dance ATC4M
  • Drama ADA 3M

Group 4

  • Technology TDJ3M
  • Technology TGJ4M

Group 5

  • Exercise Science PSE4U

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island Requirements

  • English 621 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Four Electives – Group 1
  • One Elective Group 1 or 2 or 3,
  • Minimum admission average - 65%

Prince Edward Island Electives

Group 1

  • Pre Calculus Math 611B
  • Calculus Math 611A
  • Biology 621
  • Botany 621
  • Chemistry 621
  • Computer Studies 521
  • Computer Studies 621
  • Economics 621
  • Conservation 521
  • French 621
  • Geography 521
  • Geography 621
  • Global Studies 521
  • Global Studies 621
  • Geology 621
  • History 521
  • History 621
  • Modern World Survey 521
  • Law 521
  • Math 521A - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 521B - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 621A
  • Math 621B
  • Physics 621
  • Political Science 621
  • Psychology 621
  • Sociology 621
  • Spanish 621
  • Oceanography 621

Group 2

  • Accounting 621
  • Business Organization & Management 621

Group 3

  • Art 521
  • Art 621
  • Music 521
  • Music 621
  • Theatre Arts 521
  • Theatre Arts 621
  • Drama 521
  • Drame 621

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Physical Education Leadership 621

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Quebec

Quebec Requirements

  • English 516
  • Math 436 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 536 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Chemistry 534
  • One of 534 Physics, Biology or Geology or another provincially-approved science
  • One elective - Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Quebec Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 534
  • Honours Chemistry 554
  • Chemistry 534
  • Computer Science 534
  • Computer Science 434
  • Economics 514
  • French 536
  • History 414
  • World History 514
  • Math 436 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 536
  • Honours Physics 554
  • Physics 534

Group 2

  • No applicable group two electives

Group 3

  • Art 424
  • Art 524
  • Music 442
  • Music 542
  • Theatre Arts - Drama 534

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 512

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 12-including Pre-Calc (min. grade of 60%)
  • Chemistry 12, and one of (Grade 12 Physics, Biology, Geology or another provincially approved science)
  • 1 elective - Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Saskatchewan Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Calculus 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20- For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 30
  • Physics 30
  • Political Science 30
  • Sociology 30
  • Social Studies 30
  • Spanish 30
  • Stats 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Northwest TerritoriesYukon

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories Requirements

  • English 12
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Chemistry 12
  • One of Grade 12 Physics, Biology, Geology or another provincially-approved science
  • One elective - Group 1 or 2
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

General notes

1. The admission average is your overall average of high school marks of university preparatory courses for admission to your selected program of study.

2. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to any program.

3. A pass at the high school level is required for each subject counted for admission (unless otherwise specified).

4. To count for admission a subject must be taken at the Grade 12 "academic" level" (N.B. level 2) unless otherwise specified; level 1, French Immersion, and advanced courses are satisfactory substitutes (where they exist). Courses taken at the "general" or "open" levels will not be accepted for admission purposes.

5. Students whose first language is French must offer French in place of English in the required subjects and may offer English as an elective.

Program-specific notes

Senior-year Mathematics, Chemistry and another approved science are required courses for admission to this program. An average of the marks in senior Math, Chemistry, and the best other science course must be at least 75%. Students who present only Chemistry will be considered at the discretion of the Faculty.

Additional notes

Please consult the general admissions notes for more information.



Area of study:

Education

Programs available at: Fredericton | Saint John

UNB Fredericton

Admission to the Bachelor of Education program at UNB Fredericton typically requires the completion of an undergraduate degree with a minimum cumulative grade point (CGPA) average of 2.7. Admission to the Bachelor of Education is highly competitive. The minimum CGPA stated may not be sufficient to secure a place. However, the Faculty of Education offers an admissions advantage program for secondary high school students and first-year UNB students.

School Years Pattern

Admission to the Bachelor of Education School Years program at UNB Fredericton typically requires the completion of an undergraduate degree with a minimum cumulative grade point (cgpa) average of 2.7. Admission to the B.Ed. is highly competitive and the minimum cgpa stated may not be sufficient to secure a place.

Elementary

Students must have completed at least 30 credit hours (10 term courses) in teachable subjects. This must include a minimum of three credit hours of course work from the first category listed below and the remaining 27 credit hours from at least four different categories (including English). (Note: For the 2017-18 academic year, students will also need a minimum of 3 ch in university level mathematics.)

  1. English
  2. Sciences
  3. Humanities
  4. Mathematics
  5. Languages
  6. The Arts
  7. Health and Physical Education
  8. Social Sciences

Secondary

Students must have completed at least 30 credit hours (10 term courses) in the first teachable area and 18 credit hours (6 term courses) in the second teachable area or they must have completed at least 24 credit hours (8 term courses) in each of two teachable areas. All applicants must have completed at least one term English course.

Consult the UNB Calendar for further information

NOTE: The Faculty of Education offers an admissions advantage program (FEAA) for secondary high school students and first-year UNB students.

Bachelor of Education for First Nations Students

A B.Ed. focusing on elementary education open to First Nations students who have successfully completed high school or equivalent.

Bachelor of Education in Adult Education

With both a 4-year program and a 60 ch consecutive degree program, our degrees in Adult Education are open to mature students interested in teaching adult learners or coordinating, developing, or managing programs of adult learning.

UNB Saint John

The concurrent Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Education program at UNB Saint John is available to students who have completed their first year of studies in the BA program. Students must apply for admission to the BEd program by the end of January in their first year at UNB Saint John.

+ Region: AlbertaBritish ColumbiaManitobaNew BrunswickNewfoundland and LabradorNova ScotiaNunavutOntarioPrince Edward IslandQuebecSaskatchewanNorthwest TerritoriesYukon



Area of study:

Engineering

Programs available at: Fredericton | Saint John

The University of New Brunswick offers a Bachelor of Science in Engineering. The first two-years of Engineering can be taken at either UNB Fredericton or UNB Saint John, while all eligible students must complete the final two years of the degree program at UNB Fredericton.

+ Region: Alberta

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math 12 - Including Pre-Calculus (min. grade of 70%)
  • Physics 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Chemistry 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • One elective - Group 1, 2 or 4 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%.

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: British Columbia

British Columbia Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math 12- including Pre-Calc (min. grade of 70%)
  • Physics 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Chemistry 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • 1 elective- Group 1, 2 or 4 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%

British Columbia Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computer Education 11
  • Computer Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Geography 11
  • Geography 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Law 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Physics 12
  • Principle of Math 12
  • Math 11 - for admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Social Studies 11
  • Social Studies 12
  • Sociology 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Stats 12

Group 2

  • Accounting 12

Group 3

  • Art 11
  • Art 12
  • Music 11
  • Music 12
  • Theatre Arts 12
  • Drama 12

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 12

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Manitoba

Manitoba Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math 12 - including Pre-Calc (min. grade of 70%)
  • Physics 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Chemistry 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • 1 elective- Group 1, 2 or 4 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Manitoba Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 40
  • Chemistry 40
  • Computer Education 30
  • Computer Education 40
  • Economics 40
  • French 40
  • Geography 30
  • Geography 40
  • Geology 40
  • History 30
  • History 40
  • Latin 40
  • Law 40
  • Math 30- For admissions to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 40
  • Physics 40
  • Political Science 40
  • Sociology 40
  • Social Studies 30
  • Social Studies 40
  • Spanish 40
  • Stats 40
  • World Issues 40

Group 2

  • Accounting 40

Group 3

  • Art 30
  • Art 40
  • Music 30
  • Music 40
  • Theatre Arts 40
  • Drama 40

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 40

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: New Brunswick

New Brunswick Requirements

  • English 122/Francais 10411 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Pre-Calculus A 120/Mathematique 30331C* (min. grade of 70%)
  • Pre-Calculus B 120/Mathematique 30411C (min. grade of 70%)
  • Physics 122/Physique 51411** (min. grade of 70%)
  • Chemistry 122/Chimie 52411 (min. grade of 70%)
  • One elective - Group 1, 2 or 4 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%
  • *Mathematique 30411B is acceptable for admission. However UNB strongly recommends Mathematique 30331C as the preferred pre-requisite to Mathematique 30411C.
  • **Physique 51421 is acceptable for admission.

New Brunswick Electives

Group 1

  • Anglais 22411
  • Biology 122
  • Biologie 53411/53421
  • Calculus 120
  • Canadian Literature 120
  • Chemistry 122
  • Chimie 52411
  • Computer Science 110 or 120
  • Co-op Education 120
  • Droit 86411
  • Economics 120
  • Economie 44411
  • Education Cooperative 88411
  • Espagnol 23411
  • FILA 120
  • Francais 10421
  • French 122
  • Geography 110
  • Geographie du Monde 41411
  • Geography 110
  • Geography 120
  • Geology 120
  • Histoire 42311
  • Histoire 42411
  • History 112
  • History 122
  • Intro. Sc. Informatique 87411
  • Info. Appli. 81311/81911
  • Institutions Politiques, Economiques et Jurdiques 43411
  • Introduction to Environmental Science 120
  • Journalism 120
  • Latin 120
  • Law 120
  • Mandarin 120
  • Mathematique 30411C
  • Mathematique 30421C
  • Physics 122
  • Physique 51411/51421
  • Political Science 120
  • Popular Music 120
  • Pre-Calculus A 120
  • Pre-Calculus B 120
  • Psychology 120
  • Reading Tutor 120
  • Science 122
  • Science de L'Environnement 54411
  • Sociology 12
  • Sociology 120
  • Spanish 120
  • Statistique 31411
  • Stats 120
  • World Issues 120
  • Writing 110

Group 2

  • Introduction to Accounting 120
  • Accounting 120
  • Accounting 120 (computerized)
  • Business Organization & Management 120
  • Comptabilité 84411
  • Marketing 122
  • Native Studies 120

Group 3

  • Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies - For admission to Renaissance College only.
  • Art 110
  • Art 120
  • Art 91411
  • Communications 120 (Media Studies 120)
  • Étude des Médias 11411
  • FI Techniques in Fine Arts 110
  • FI Techniques in Communication 120
  • Music 110 or Music 120
  • Musique 92411
  • Theatre Arts 120 (Drama 120)
  • Theatre 93411

Group 4

  • Computer Aided Drafting 120
  • Dessin Industrial 67311
  • Electricite 61311
  • Introduction to Electronics 110
  • Micro Electronics 120

Group 5

  • Ed Physique 71411
  • Health & Physical Education 120

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland Requirements

  • English 3201 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Adv. Math 2200 or Acad. Math 2201 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Adv. Math 3200 or Acad. Math 3201 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Chemistry 3203
  • Physics 3204 (min. grade of 70%)
  • 1 elective - Group 1, 2 or 4 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average of 75%

Newfoundland Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 3201
  • Calculus 4225
  • Chemistry 3202
  • Communications Technology 2104
  • Communications Technology 3104
  • Computer Technology 3200
  • Environmental Science 3205
  • French 3200
  • French 3201
  • Global Economics 3103
  • Global Issues 3205
  • Geology 3202
  • Math 3204
  • Math 3207
  • Physics 3204
  • Psychology 4220
  • Statistics 3104
  • World History 3201
  • World Geography 3200 or 3202
  • Geography 2200 or 2202
  • Calculus 4225

Group 2

  • No applicable courses

Group 3

  • Art 2200
  • Art 3200
  • Music 2200
  • Music 3200

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Physical Education Leadership 3100
  • Physical Education Leadership 3101

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Adv. Math 12 or Acad. Math 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Pre-Calc Math 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Chemistry 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Physics 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • 1 elective - Group 1, 2 or 4 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Nova Scotia Electives

Group 1

  • African Canadian Studies 11
  • Pre-Calculus Math 12
  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computing Science 12
  • Computer Related Studies 12
  • Co-op Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Gaelic 12
  • Global Geography 11
  • Global Geography 12
  • Geology 12
  • German 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Latin 12
  • Law 12
  • Math (Academic) 12
  • Math (Advanced) 12
  • Oceans 11
  • Physics 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Sociology 12

Group 2

  • Business Management 12
  • Gaelic Studies 11

Group 3

  • Art 11
  • Art 12
  • Music 11
  • Music 12
  • Theatre Arts 12
  • Drama 12

Group 4

  • Film and Video Production 12

Group 5

  • Health and Human Services 12
  • Physical Education Leadership 12

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Nunavut

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math 12 - Including Pre-Calculus (min. grade of 70%)
  • Physics 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Chemistry 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • One elective - Group 1, 2 or 4 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%.

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Ontario

Ontario requirements

  • English 4U (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math MCV4U (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math MHF4U (min. grade of 70%)
  • Chemistry SCH4U (min. grade of 70%)
  • Physics SPH4U (min. grade of 70%)
  • One elective - Group 1, 2 or 4 (min. grade of 60%)
  • We accept Math MCB4U & MGA4U (min. grade of 70%)
  • Minimum admission average of 75%

Ontario Electives

Group 1

  • Math MCV4U
  • Math MGA4U
  • English EAE4U
  • English Literature ETS 4U
  • Writer’s Craft EWC4U
  • Biology SBI4U
  • Math MHF4U
  • Math MCB4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U
  • Computer Engineering ICE 4M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS3M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS4M
  • Economics CIA4U
  • Environmental Science SES4U
  • French FSF4U
  • Geography CGR4M
  • Geography CGO4M
  • Geography CGD3M
  • Geography CGF3M
  • Geography CGW4U
  • Geography CGU4U
  • History CHA3U
  • History CHW3M
  • History CHI4U
  • History CHY4U
  • History LVV4U
  • Law CLN4U
  • Math MDM 4U
  • Math MCF3M - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math MCR3U - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Physics SPH4U
  • Political Science CPW4U
  • Sociology HSP3M
  • Sociology HRT3M
  • Sociology HHG4M
  • Sociology HHS4M
  • Sociology HSB4M
  • Sociology HZT4U
  • Sociology HFA4M

Group 2

  • Accounting BAT4M
  • Business BBB4M
  • Business BOH4M
  • Native Studies NDG4M
  • Native Studies NDW4M

Group 3

  • Art AVI3M
  • Art AVI4M
  • Music AMU3M
  • Music AMU4M
  • Drama ADA4M
  • Dance ATC4M
  • Drama ADA 3M

Group 4

  • Technology TDJ3M
  • Technology TGJ4M

Group 5

  • Exercise Science PSE4U

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island Requirements

  • English 621 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math 521A or Math 521B (min. grade of 70%)
  • One of: Math 621A, Math 621B, Math 611A or 611B (min. grade of 70%)
  • Physics 621 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Chemistry 621 (min. grade of 70%)
  • One elective - Group 1, 2 or 4 (min. grade of 60%).
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Prince Edward Island Electives

Group 1

  • Pre Calculus Math 611B
  • Calculus Math 611A
  • Biology 621
  • Botany 621
  • Chemistry 621
  • Computer Studies 521
  • Computer Studies 621
  • Economics 621
  • Conservation 521
  • French 621
  • Geography 521
  • Geography 621
  • Global Studies 521
  • Global Studies 621
  • Geology 621
  • History 521
  • History 621
  • Modern World Survey 521
  • Law 521
  • Math 521A - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 521B - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 621A
  • Math 621B
  • Physics 621
  • Political Science 621
  • Psychology 621
  • Sociology 621
  • Spanish 621
  • Oceanography 621

Group 2

  • Accounting 621
  • Business Organization & Management 621

Group 3

  • Art 521
  • Art 621
  • Music 521
  • Music 621
  • Theatre Arts 521
  • Theatre Arts 621
  • Drama 521
  • Drame 621

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Physical Education Leadership 621

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Quebec

Quebec Requirements

  • English 516 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math 436 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math 536 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Physics 534 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Chemistry 534 (min. grade of 70%)
  • One elective - Group 1, 2 or 4 (min. grade of 60%).
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Quebec Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 534
  • Honours Chemistry 554
  • Chemistry 534
  • Computer Science 534
  • Computer Science 434
  • Economics 514
  • French 536
  • History 414
  • World History 514
  • Math 436 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 536
  • Honours Physics 554
  • Physics 534

Group 2

  • No applicable group two electives

Group 3

  • Art 424
  • Art 524
  • Music 442
  • Music 542
  • Theatre Arts - Drama 534

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 512

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math 12- including Pre-Calc (min. grade of 70%)
  • Physics 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Chemistry 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • 1 elective- Group 1, 2 or 4 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Saskatchewan Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Calculus 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20- For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 30
  • Physics 30
  • Political Science 30
  • Sociology 30
  • Social Studies 30
  • Spanish 30
  • Stats 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Northwest TerritoriesYukon

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Math 12 - Including Pre-Calculus (min. grade of 70%)
  • Physics 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • Chemistry 12 (min. grade of 70%)
  • One elective - Group 1, 2 or 4 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%.

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

General notes

1. The admission average is your overall average of high school marks of university preparatory courses for admission to your selected program of study.

2. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to any program.

3. A pass at the high school level is required for each subject counted for admission (unless otherwise specified).

4. To count for admission a subject must be taken at the Grade 12 "academic" level" (N.B. level 2) unless otherwise specified; level 1, French Immersion, and advanced courses are satisfactory substitutes (where they exist). Courses taken at the "general" or "open" levels will not be accepted for admission purposes.

5. Students whose first language is French must offer French in place of English in the required subjects and may offer English as an elective.

Program-specific notes

Students should note that two years each of high school Chemistry and Physics will normally be required; students lacking these courses will be considered on an individual basis.

Only the first two years of Engineering are offered at UNB Saint John.

Students intending to enroll in MATH 1003, Introduction to Calculus I, must take a Placement Test which will be administered during Orientation week in September. Materials to prepare for this test are available online at http://math.unb.ca/ready as well as from the Mathematics Departments in New Brunswick High Schools and UNB.

Based on their test scores, and the regulations set out by the Mathematics Departments, students will be required to take: a Pre-Calculus course (Math 0863 UNBF or Math 1863 UNBSJ), a special section of Math 1003 that covers the material of the course over two semesters, or a regular (one semester) section of Math 1003.

Additional notes

Please consult the general admissions notes for more information.



Area of study:

Information Sciences

Programs available at: Saint John

The University of New Brunswick offers a Bachelor of Information Sciences at UNB Saint John.

+ Region: Alberta

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • One of Biology 12, Physics 12 or Chemistry 12 (min. grade of 65%)
  • One Elective - Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • One elective - Group 1 or 2 (min. Grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: British Columbia

British Columbia Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 65%)
  • Math 12 (min. grade of 65%)
  • 2 electives - Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 1 elective - Group 1 or 2 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%

British Columbia Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computer Education 11
  • Computer Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Geography 11
  • Geography 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Law 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Physics 12
  • Principle of Math 12
  • Math 11 - for admission to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Social Studies 11
  • Social Studies 12
  • Sociology 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Stats 12

Group 2

  • Accounting 12

Group 3

  • Art 11
  • Art 12
  • Music 11
  • Music 12
  • Theatre Arts 12
  • Drama 12

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 12

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Manitoba

Manitoba Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 11 (min.grade of 65%)
  • Math 12 (min. grade of 65%)
  • 2 electives - Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 1 elective- Group 1 or 2 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Manitoba Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 40
  • Chemistry 40
  • Computer Education 30
  • Computer Education 40
  • Economics 40
  • French 40
  • Geography 30
  • Geography 40
  • Geology 40
  • History 30
  • History 40
  • Latin 40
  • Law 40
  • Math 30- For admissions to Arts and Applied Arts only.
  • Math 40
  • Physics 40
  • Political Science 40
  • Sociology 40
  • Social Studies 30
  • Social Studies 40
  • Spanish 40
  • Stats 40
  • World Issues 40

Group 2

  • Accounting 40

Group 3

  • Art 30
  • Art 40
  • Music 30
  • Music 40
  • Theatre Arts 40
  • Drama 40

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group5

  • Health & Physical Education 40

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: New Brunswick

New Brunswick Requirements

  • English 122/Francais 10411 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Pre-Calculus A 120/Mathematique 30331C* (min. grade of 65%)
  • Pre-Calculus B 120/Mathematique 30411C (min. grade of 65%)
  • One of Biology 122/Biologie 53411, Physics 122/Physique 51411 or Chemistry 122/Chimie 52411 (min. grade 65%)**
  • One Elective - Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • One Elective - Group 1 or 2 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%
  • *Mathematique 30411B is acceptable for admission. However UNB strongly recommends Mathematique 30331C as the preferred pre-requisite to Mathematique 30411C.
  • **Biologie 53421 and Physique 51421 are acceptable for admission.

New Brunswick Electives

Group 1

  • Anglais 22411
  • Biology 122
  • Biologie 53411/53421
  • Calculus 120
  • Canadian Literature 120
  • Chemistry 122
  • Chimie 52411
  • Computer Science 110 or 120
  • Co-op Education 120
  • Droit 86411
  • Economics 120
  • Economie 44411
  • Education Cooperative 88411
  • Espagnol 23411
  • FILA 120
  • Francais 10421
  • French 122
  • Geography 110
  • Geographie du Monde 41411
  • Geography 110
  • Geography 120
  • Geology 120
  • Histoire 42311
  • Histoire 42411
  • History 112
  • History 122
  • Intro. Sc. Informatique 87411
  • Info. Appli. 81311/81911
  • Institutions Politiques, Economiques et Jurdiques 43411
  • Introduction to Environmental Science 120
  • Journalism 120
  • Latin 120
  • Law 120
  • Mandarin 120
  • Mathematique 30411C
  • Mathematique 30421C
  • Physics 122
  • Physique 51411/51421
  • Political Science 120
  • Popular Music 120
  • Pre-Calculus A 120
  • Pre-Calculus B 120
  • Psychology 120
  • Reading Tutor 120
  • Science 122
  • Science de L'Environnement 54411
  • Sociology 12
  • Sociology 120
  • Spanish 120
  • Statistique 31411
  • Stats 120
  • World Issues 120
  • Writing 110

Group 2

  • Introduction to Accounting 120
  • Accounting 120
  • Accounting 120 (computerized)
  • Business Organization & Management 120
  • Comptabilité 84411
  • Marketing 122
  • Native Studies 120

Group 3

  • Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies - For admission to Renaissance College only.
  • Art 110
  • Art 120
  • Art 91411
  • Communications 120 (Media Studies 120)
  • Étude des Médias 11411
  • FI Techniques in Fine Arts 110
  • FI Techniques in Communication 120
  • Music 110 or Music 120
  • Musique 92411
  • Theatre Arts 120 (Drama 120)
  • Theatre 93411

Group 4

  • Computer Aided Drafting 120
  • Dessin Industrial 67311
  • Electricite 61311
  • Introduction to Electronics 110
  • Micro Electronics 120

Group 5

  • Ed Physique 71411
  • Health & Physical Education 120

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland Requirements

  • English 3201 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Adv. Math 2200 or Acad. Math 2201 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Adv. Math 3200 or Acad. Math 3201 (min. grade of 65%)
  • 2 electives - Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 1 elective - Group 1 or 2 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average of 75%

Newfoundland Electives

Group 1

  • Biology 3201
  • Calculus 4225
  • Chemistry 3202
  • Communications Technology 2104
  • Communications Technology 3104
  • Computer Technology 3200
  • Environmental Science 3205
  • French 3200
  • French 3201
  • Global Economics 3103
  • Global Issues 3205
  • Geology 3202
  • Math 3204
  • Math 3207
  • Physics 3204
  • Psychology 4220
  • Statistics 3104
  • World History 3201
  • World Geography 3200 or 3202
  • Geography 2200 or 2202
  • Calculus 4225

Group 2

  • No applicable courses

Group 3

  • Art 2200
  • Art 3200
  • Music 2200
  • Music 3200

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Physical Education Leadership 3100
  • Physical Education Leadership 3101

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Adv. Math 12 or Acad. Math 12 (min. grade of 65%)
  • Pre-Calc Math 12 (min. grade of 65%)
  • 2 electives - Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • 1 elective - Group 1 or 2 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Nova Scotia Electives

Group 1

  • African Canadian Studies 11
  • Pre-Calculus Math 12
  • Biology 12
  • Calculus 12
  • Chemistry 12
  • Computing Science 12
  • Computer Related Studies 12
  • Co-op Education 12
  • Economics 12
  • Environmental Studies 12
  • French 12
  • Gaelic 12
  • Global Geography 11
  • Global Geography 12
  • Geology 12
  • German 12
  • History 11
  • History 12
  • Latin 12
  • Law 12
  • Math (Academic) 12
  • Math (Advanced) 12
  • Oceans 11
  • Physics 12
  • Political Science 12
  • Spanish 12
  • Sociology 12

Group 2

  • Business Management 12
  • Gaelic Studies 11

Group 3

  • Art 11
  • Art 12
  • Music 11
  • Music 12
  • Theatre Arts 12
  • Drama 12

Group 4

  • Film and Video Production 12

Group 5

  • Health and Human Services 12
  • Physical Education Leadership 12

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Nunavut

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories requirements

  • English 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 11 (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math 12 (min. grade of 60%)
  • One of Biology 12, Physics 12 or Chemistry 12 (min. grade of 65%)
  • One Elective - Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • One elective - Group 1 or 2 (min. Grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Alberta, Yukon and Northwest Territories electives

Group 1

  • Biology 30
  • Chemistry 30
  • Computer Education 20
  • Computer Education 30
  • Economics 30
  • French 30
  • Geography 20
  • Geography 30
  • History 20
  • History 30
  • Math 20 or Math 11 - For admission to Arts and Applied Arts only
  • Math 31
  • Political Science 30
  • Pure Math 30
  • Social Studies 20
  • Social Studies 30

Group 2

  • Accounting 30

Group 3

  • Art 20
  • Art 30
  • Music 20
  • Music 30
  • Theatre Arts 30
  • Drama 30

Group 4

  • No applicable courses

Group 5

  • Health and Physical Education 30

Notes: Please contact the Registrar's Office if you have questions about the list of elective courses or if you would like to recommend a course for consideration in this list.

+ Region: Ontario

Ontario requirements

  • English 4U (min. grade of 60%)
  • Math MCV4U and Math MHF4U (min. grade of 65%)
  • One of Biology, Physics SPH4U orChemistry SCH4U (min. grade of 65%)
  • One elective - Group 1 (min. grade of 60%)
  • One elective - Group 1 or 2(min. grade of 60%)
  • We accept Math MCB4U&MGA4U (min. grade of 60%)
  • Minimum admission average 75%

Ontario Electives

Group 1

  • Math MCV4U
  • Math MGA4U
  • English EAE4U
  • English Literature ETS 4U
  • Writer’s Craft EWC4U
  • Biology SBI4U
  • Math MHF4U
  • Math MCB4U
  • Chemistry SCH4U
  • Computer Engineering ICE 4M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS3M
  • Computer and Information Science ICS4M
  • Economics CIA4U
  • Environmental Science SES4U
  • French FSF4U
  • Geography CGR4M
  • Geography CGO4M
  • Geography CGD3M
  • Geography CGF3M
  • Geography CGW4U
  • Geography CGU4U
  • History CHA3U