From UNB Saint John
Transfer from UNB Saint John(UNBSJ)
The Faculty of Arts at UNBF (UNB Fredericton) welcomes students from UNBSJ who are interested in transferring to the BA Program at UNBF. Your first step is to apply to transfer to UNBF, and to do this, you must complete a Transfer Request form. This form is available at the Registrar’s Office in Philip W. Oland Hall, Room 14 and online at the following link http://www.unbf.ca/registrar/forms.html
If you are not currently a UNBSJ student but were previously and you are applying to be readmitted to the Bachelor of Arts at UNBF, indicate that you wish to be readmitted to the Faculty of Arts at UNBF on your application. Admission applications are available at the Registrar’s Office in Philip W. Oland Hall at UNBSJ, and in Sir Howard Douglas Hall at UNBF and online at the following link https://www.unb.ca/application/
Students already registered or previously registered in a program at UNBSJ are not required to submit official transcripts from UNBSJ. However, UNBSJ students who have attended another post-secondary institution must have this institution send their official transcript directly to the Registrar’s Office at UNBF. Course descriptions for courses taken at any institution outside UNBSJ or UNBF may be requested for transfer credit assessment.
Students who have completed 30ch in the BA Program at UNBSJ are considered to have completed the Year 1 diversity requirements for the BA at UNBF, including Arts 1000.
Students who have completed 27ch or less in the BA Program at UNBSJ will be required to complete the Year 1 diversity requirements for the BA at UNBF, including Arts 1000.
Students who are in a degree program at UNBSJ other then the BA , will be required to complete the Year 1 diversity requirements for the BA at UNBF, including Arts 1000.
The BA Program at UNBF
To graduate with a BA from UNBF, you must complete the diversity requirements of Year 1 and Year 2, and complete a minimum of 120ch of which 51ch must be advanced-level courses. Advanced level courses in the Faculty of Arts are courses at the 3000/4000/5000 level.
As well, to graduate with a BA from UNBF, you must complete a Major or Honours program in one or two disciplines. A Major or an Honours program constitutes a concentration of courses in one or two disciplines. Students typically begin this concentration in one or two disciplines in the final 60ch of the degree. In some disciplines students must begin in their first year with foundation courses for the Major or Honours program. For further information about specific Majors, Honours and Minors program click on the relevant link below.
- Classics and Ancient History
- Culture and Language Studies
- Inderdepartmental Programs
- Centre for the Study of War and Society
- Media Arts & Cultures
- Muriel McQueen Fergusson Centre for Family Violence Research
- Political Science
Until you are settled into your BA Program at UNBF, your Faculty Advisor is Dr. Linda McNutt, Coordinator of Advising and First Year Experience in the Faculty of Arts. Questions about transferring, program requirements, and registration should be directed to Dr. McNutt.