Business Administration Diploma to Honours Bachelor of Commerce Degree Transfer Program

Program Information

The Honours Bachelor of Commerce program includes learning experiences in:

  • General knowledge and skill areas that include communication abilities, ethical understanding and reasoning abilities, analytic skills, use of information technology, understanding of multicultural and diversity issues, and reflective thinking skills.
  • Management-specific knowledge and skill areas that include ethical and legal responsibilities in organizations and society; financial theories, analysis, reporting and markets; creation of value through the integrated production and marketing of goods, services, and information; group and individual dynamics in organizations; statistical data analysis and management science as they support decision-making processes throughout an organization; information technologies as they influence the structure and processes of organizations and economies, and as they influence the roles and techniques of management; domestic and global economic environments of organizations.
  • Developing capacities to lead in organizational situations; to apply knowledge in new and unfamiliar circumstances through a conceptual understanding of relevant disciplines; to adapt and innovate to solve problems, to cope with unforeseen events, and to manage in unpredictable environments.
  • Developing a commitment to an area of specialization and acquiring advanced knowledge in that area; developing advanced theoretical or practical skills for that area; devoting explicit attention to the role of the specialization area in managerial and organization contexts.

How the Transfer Program Works

You enter into Year 3 of the four-year Honours Bachelor of Commerce program, and can complete your degree in as little as two years. In Year 3, all students are required to select a major. We offer the following majors that you can complete: 

  • Accounting
  • Business Economics
  • Business Finance 
  • General Management
  • Human Resources Management/Industrial Relations
  • Information Systems
  • International Business
  • Marketing

At the time of application, you will need to select your major. If you are interested in multiple majors, feel free to submit additional applications. You get three choices as part of the base application fee.

The courses that you will complete as part of your degree are based on the major you select. If you would like to see course descriptions, refer to our Academic Calendar and select:

  1. Programs & Faculties from the menu,
  2. Undergraduate Programs from the Faculty of Business Administration section, 
  3. Honours Bachelor of Commerce College Transfer Program from the list of programs, and the
  4. Major you are interested in. 

Admission Requirements

To be consider for admission, you must:

  • Complete a three-year Business Administration Advanced Diploma from an accredited Canadian college, and
  • Achieve an overall average of at least 75%, which is based on your courses that are related to the business field.  

Depending on the college courses that you have completed, you may be required to complete makeup courses. Some makeup courses must be completed prior to the start of the program, while others can be completed as part of the program.  

Application Process

To apply, please:

  1. Use the Undergrad (105) application
    1. You may need to create an account first, if you have never applied using the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) before. 
    2. Find more information on applying via the 105 application
  2. Select the program Business (Pathways with All Ontario Colleges) (Thunder Bay & Orillia). The OUAC program code is AAU.
  3. As you proceed through the application process, use the Online Transcript Request to have your transcript(s) sent to us, if applicable: 
    1. We require all of your post-secondary transcripts (i.e. from all colleges and universities attended).
    2. We do not require your high school transcript.
    3. Some colleges do not add in progress courses to their transcripts. If you are currently completing courses, you are encouraged to upload a screenshot of your upcoming winter term courses to your myInfo account. You will receive your myInfo login credentials in an acknowledgement email from us upon receipt of your application (which can take a few days after you apply using the OUAC). 

Who Can I Contact If I Need Assistance?

If you have questions about the transfer program, makeup courses, and/or your application statuscontact Student Central.  

If you encounter issues with the application and/or requesting online transcripts, contact the OUAC

If you cannot access myInfo (our student information portal), try to recover your account first. If that does not work, contact Student Central.  

 

Fees

Learn more about the fees (e.g. application, transcript, document evaluation, etc.) that the OUAC charges

Learn more about the tuition & student fees for your transfer program. Keep in mind that the upcoming school year's fees are not available until June. Before June, you will most likely see last year's amounts. Refer to the Academic Year field if you are unsure.  

To help fund your education, learn more about our scholarships, bursaries and awards

If you are interested in applying for the Ontario Student Assistance Program, learn more about the program and its criteria

Other Important Information

Take a look at our College & University Transfer Guide

Check out our campus. You can take a virtual tour, or you can book a campus tour

We also host numerous events throughout the year. We encourage you to attend one of our events to learn more about the transfer program. 

Business Diploma to the Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Business Administration major) Degree Transfer Program

Program Information

The Honours Bachelor of Commerce program includes learning experiences in:

  • General knowledge and skill areas that include communication abilities, ethical understanding and reasoning abilities, analytic skills, use of information technology, understanding of multicultural and diversity issues, and reflective thinking skills.
  • Management-specific knowledge and skill areas that include ethical and legal responsibilities in organizations and society; financial theories, analysis, reporting and markets; creation of value through the integrated production and marketing of goods, services, and information; group and individual dynamics in organizations; statistical data analysis and management science as they support decision-making processes throughout an organization; information technologies as they influence the structure and processes of organizations and economies, and as they influence the roles and techniques of management; domestic and global economic environments of organizations.
  • Developing capacities to lead in organizational situations; to apply knowledge in new and unfamiliar circumstances through a conceptual understanding of relevant disciplines; to adapt and innovate to solve problems, to cope with unforeseen events, and to manage in unpredictable environments.
  • Developing a commitment to an area of specialization and acquiring advanced knowledge in that area; developing advanced theoretical or practical skills for that area; devoting explicit attention to the role of the specialization area in managerial and organization contexts.

How the Transfer Program Works

You enter into Year 3 of the four-year Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Business Administration major) program, and can complete your degree in as little as two years. You must complete a spring/summer bridging program (with a minimum 60% average) consisting of 2 full course equivalents of courses in order to enter the fall term.

To see the courses that are part of the program, refer to our Academic Calendar and select:

  1. Programs & Faculties from the menu,
  2. Undergraduate Programs from the Faculty of Business Administration section, and
  3. Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Business Administration Major) College Transfer Program from the list of programs. 

Admission Requirements

To be consider for admission, you must:

  • Complete a two-year Business Diploma from an accredited Ontario college, and
    • Your college diploma must state Business. For example, Business - Accounting or Business - Marketing
  • Achieve an overall average of at least 75%. 

Note: if you have completed a three-year Business Administration Advanced Diploma, refer to the transfer program information for three-year Business Administration Advanced Diploma graduates

Application Process

To apply, please:

  1. Use the Undergrad (105) application
    1. You may need to create an account first, if you have never applied using the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) before. 
    2. Find more information on applying via the 105 application
  2. Select the program Business (Pathways with All Ontario Colleges) (Thunder Bay & Orillia). The OUAC program code is AAU.
  3. As you proceed through the application process, use the Online Transcript Request, to have your transcript(s) sent to us, if applicable: 
    1. We require all of your post-secondary transcripts (i.e. from all colleges and universities attended).
    2. We do not require your high school transcript.
    3. Some colleges do not add in progress courses to their transcripts. If you are currently completing courses, you are encouraged to upload a screenshot of your upcoming winter term courses to your myInfo account. You will receive your myInfo login credentials in an acknowledgement email from us upon receipt of your application (which can take a few days after you apply using the OUAC). 

Who Can I Contact If I Need Assistance?

If you have questions about the transfer program, and/or your application statuscontact Student Central.  

If you encounter issues with the application and/or requesting online transcripts, contact the OUAC

If you cannot access myInfo (our student information portal), try to recover your account first. If that does not work, contact Student Central.  

Fees

Learn more about the fees (e.g. application, transcript, document evaluation, etc.) that the OUAC charges

Learn more about the tuition & student fees for your transfer program. Keep in mind that the upcoming school year's fees are not available until June. Before June, you will most likely see last year's amounts. Refer to the Academic Year field if you are unsure.  

To help fund your education, learn more about our scholarships, bursaries and awards

If you are interested in applying for the Ontario Student Assistance Program, learn more about the program and its criteria

Other Important Information

Take a look at our College & University Transfer Guide

Check out our campus. You can take a virtual tour, or you can book a campus tour

We also host numerous events throughout the year. We encourage you to attend one of our events to learn more about the transfer program. 

Business Administration Diploma to the Bachelor of Administration Degree Transfer Program

Program Information

The Bachelor of Administration program continues to serve those students interested in obtaining a broad-based business education with an emphasis on general administration and entrepreneurship. This program continues to provide a reasonable time frame for individuals employed full-time, seeking to complete a business degree on a part-time basis. Courses in this program are scheduled in the evenings, on a rotating basis, to permit students to take courses outside of regular work hours. For these reasons the program provides a vital service and linkage to the local business community.

The curriculum includes learning experiences in:

  • General knowledge and skill areas that include communication abilities, ethical understanding and reasoning abilities, analytic skills, use of information technology, understanding of multicultural; and diversity issues and reflective thinking skills.
  • Management-specific knowledge and skill areas that include ethical and legal responsibilities in organizations and society, financial theories, analysis, reporting and markets; creation of value through the integrated production and marketing of goods, services, and information; group and individual dynamics in organizations; statistical data analysis and management science as they support decision-making processes throughout an organization; information technologies as they influence the structure and processes of organizations and economies, and as they influence the roles and techniques of management; domestic and global economic environments of organizations.

How the Transfer Program Works

You enter into the final year of the three-year Bachelor of Administration program, and can complete your degree in as little as eight months. You are not required to complete makeup courses!

To see the courses that are part of the program, refer to our Academic Calendar and select:

  1. Programs & Faculties from the menu,
  2. Undergraduate Programs from the Faculty of Business Administration section, and
  3. One of the Bachelor of Administration College Transfer Program options. Select the option that matches your diploma program and campus of choice. 

Admission Requirements

To be consider for admission, you must:

  • Complete a three-year Business Administration Advanced Diploma from an accredited Canadian college in one of the areas below, and
  • Achieve an overall average of at least 70%, which is based on your courses that are related to the business field.  

Diploma Programs (i.e. majors) Accepted:

  • Accounting
  • General Business
  • Human Resources Management 
  • International Business
  • Marketing 

Other diploma programs will be considered for admission on a case-by-case basis. 

Application Process

To apply, please:

  1. Use the Undergrad (105) application
    1. You may need to create an account first, if you have never applied using the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) before. 
    2. Find more information on applying via the 105 application
  2. Select the program Business (Pathways with All Ontario Colleges) (Thunder Bay & Orillia). The OUAC program code is AAU.
  3. As you proceed through the application process, use the Online Transcript Request, to have your transcript(s) sent to us, if applicable: 
    1. We require all of your post-secondary transcripts (i.e. from all colleges and universities attended).
    2. We do not require your high school transcript.
    3. Some colleges do not add in progress courses to their transcripts. If you are currently completing courses, you are encouraged to upload a screenshot of your upcoming winter term courses to your myInfo account. You will receive your myInfo login credentials in an acknowledgement email from us upon receipt of your application (which can take a few days after you apply using the OUAC). 

Who Can I Contact If I Need Assistance?

If you have questions about the transfer program, diploma recognition, and/or your application statuscontact Student Central.  

If you encounter issues with the application and/or requesting online transcripts, contact the OUAC

If you cannot access myInfo (our student information portal), try to recover your account first. If that does not work, contact Student Central.  

Fees

Learn more about the fees (e.g. application, transcript, document evaluation, etc.) that the OUAC charges

Learn more about the tuition & student fees for your transfer program. Keep in mind that the upcoming school year's fees are not available until June. Before June, you will most likely see last year's amounts. Refer to the Academic Year field if you are unsure.  

To help fund your education, learn more about our scholarships, bursaries and awards

If you are interested in applying for the Ontario Student Assistance Program, learn more about the program and its criteria

Other Important Information

Take a look at our College & University Transfer Guide

Check out our campus. You can take a virtual tour, or you can book a campus tour

We also host numerous events throughout the year. We encourage you to attend one of our events to learn more about the transfer program. 

Business Diploma to the Bachelor of Administration Degree Transfer Program

Program Information

The Bachelor of Administration program continues to serve those students interested in obtaining a broad-based business education with an emphasis on general administration and entrepreneurship. This program continues to provide a reasonable time frame for individuals employed full-time, seeking to complete a business degree on a part-time basis. Courses in this program are scheduled in the evenings, on a rotating basis, to permit students to take courses outside of regular work hours. For these reasons the program provides a vital service and linkage to the local business community.

The curriculum includes learning experiences in:

  • General knowledge and skill areas that include communication abilities, ethical understanding and reasoning abilities, analytic skills, use of information technology, understanding of multicultural; and diversity issues and reflective thinking skills.
  • Management-specific knowledge and skill areas that include ethical and legal responsibilities in organizations and society, financial theories, analysis, reporting and markets; creation of value through the integrated production and marketing of goods, services, and information; group and individual dynamics in organizations; statistical data analysis and management science as they support decision-making processes throughout an organization; information technologies as they influence the structure and processes of organizations and economies, and as they influence the roles and techniques of management; domestic and global economic environments of organizations.

How the Transfer Program Works

You enter into the final year of the three-year Bachelor of Administration program, and can complete your degree in approximately one year, after the bridging program. If admitted, you must complete a spring/summer bridging program (with a minimum 60% average) in order to enter the fall term. The spring/summer term consists of four courses. If you did not complete an Ontario high school Grade 12 University-level Mathematics credit, or equivalent, you will need to complete Business 1036, instead of an open elective, during the spring/summer bridging program. 

To see the courses that are part of the program, refer to our Academic Calendar and select:

  1. Programs & Faculties from the menu,
  2. Undergraduate Programs from the Faculty of Business Administration section, and
  3. Bachelor of Administration - Transfer - Graduates of a 2 Year College Diploma

Admission Requirements

To be consider for admission, you must:

  • Complete a two-year Business Diploma from an accredited Ontario college, and
    • Your college diploma must state Business. For example, Business - Accounting or Business - Marketing
    • Graduates of a two-year College Business diploma program from outside Ontario will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
  • Achieve an overall average of at least 70%, which is based on your courses that are related to the business field.  

Application Process

To apply, please:

  1. Use the Undergrad (105) application
    1. You may need to create an account first, if you have never applied using the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) before. 
    2. Find more information on applying via the 105 application
  2. Select the program Business (Pathways with All Ontario Colleges) (Thunder Bay & Orillia). The OUAC program code is AAU.
  3. As you proceed through the application process, use the Online Transcript Request, to have your transcript(s) sent to us, if applicable: 
    1. We require all of your post-secondary transcripts (i.e. from all colleges and universities attended).
    2. We do not require your high school transcript.
    3. Some colleges do not add in progress courses to their transcripts. If you are currently completing courses, you are encouraged to upload a screenshot of your upcoming winter term courses to your myInfo account. You will receive your myInfo login credentials in an acknowledgement email from us upon receipt of your application (which can take a few days after you apply using the OUAC). 

Who Can I Contact If I Need Assistance?

If you have questions about the transfer program, diploma recognition, and/or your application statuscontact Student Central.  

If you encounter issues with the application and/or requesting online transcripts, contact the OUAC

If you cannot access myInfo (our student information portal), try to recover your account first. If that does not work, contact Student Central.  

Fees

Learn more about the fees (e.g. application, transcript, document evaluation, etc.) that the OUAC charges

Learn more about the tuition & student fees for your transfer program. Keep in mind that the upcoming school year's fees are not available until June. Before June, you will most likely see last year's amounts. Refer to the Academic Year field if you are unsure.  

To help fund your education, learn more about our scholarships, bursaries and awards

If you are interested in applying for the Ontario Student Assistance Program, learn more about the program and its criteria

Other Important Information

Take a look at our College & University Transfer Guide

Check out our campus. You can take a virtual tour, or you can book a campus tour

We also host numerous events throughout the year. We encourage you to attend one of our events to learn more about the transfer program. 

Business Administration Advanced Diploma to the Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Business Administration major) Degree Transfer Program

Program Information

The Honours Bachelor of Commerce program includes learning experiences in:

  • General knowledge and skill areas that include communication abilities, ethical understanding and reasoning abilities, analytic skills, use of information technology, understanding of multicultural and diversity issues, and reflective thinking skills.
  • Management-specific knowledge and skill areas that include ethical and legal responsibilities in organizations and society; financial theories, analysis, reporting and markets; creation of value through the integrated production and marketing of goods, services, and information; group and individual dynamics in organizations; statistical data analysis and management science as they support decision-making processes throughout an organization; information technologies as they influence the structure and processes of organizations and economies, and as they influence the roles and techniques of management; domestic and global economic environments of organizations.
  • Developing capacities to lead in organizational situations; to apply knowledge in new and unfamiliar circumstances through a conceptual understanding of relevant disciplines; to adapt and innovate to solve problems, to cope with unforeseen events, and to manage in unpredictable environments.
  • Developing a commitment to an area of specialization and acquiring advanced knowledge in that area; developing advanced theoretical or practical skills for that area; devoting explicit attention to the role of the specialization area in managerial and organization contexts.

How the Transfer Program Works

You enter into Year 3 of the four-year Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Business Administration major) program, and can complete your degree in as little as two years. 

To see the courses that are part of the program, refer to our Academic Calendar and select:

  1. Programs & Faculties from the menu,
  2. Undergraduate Programs from the Faculty of Business Administration section, and
  3. Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Business Administration Major) - 3-Year College Transfer

Admission Requirements

To be consider for admission, you must:

  • Complete a three-year Business Administration Advanced Diploma from an accredited Canadian college in one of the areas below, and
  • Achieve an overall average of at least 75%, which is based on your courses that are related to the business field.  

Diploma Programs (i.e. majors) Accepted:

  • Accounting
  • General Business
  • Human Resources Management 
  • International Business
  • Marketing 

Application Process

To apply, please:

  1. Use the Undergrad (105) application
    1. You may need to create an account first, if you have never applied using the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) before. 
    2. Find more information on applying via the 105 application
  2. Select the program Business (Pathways with All Ontario Colleges) (Thunder Bay & Orillia). The OUAC program code is AAU.
  3. Choose your major from the Subject of Major Interest drop-down menu. 
  4. As you proceed through the application process, use the Online Transcript Request to have your transcript(s) sent to us, if applicable: 
    1. We require all of your post-secondary transcripts (i.e. from all colleges and universities attended).
    2. We do not require your high school transcript.
    3. Some colleges do not add in progress courses to their transcripts. If you are currently completing courses, you are encouraged to upload a screenshot of your upcoming winter term courses to your myInfo account. You will receive your myInfo login credentials in an acknowledgement email from us upon receipt of your application (which can take a few days after you apply using the OUAC). 

Who Can I Contact If I Need Assistance?

If you have questions about the transfer program, makeup courses, and/or your application statuscontact Student Central.  

If you encounter issues with the application and/or requesting online transcripts, contact the OUAC

If you cannot access myInfo (our student information portal), try to recover your account first. If that does not work, contact Student Central.  

Fees

Learn more about the fees (e.g. application, transcript, document evaluation, etc.) that the OUAC charges

Learn more about the tuition & student fees for your transfer program. Keep in mind that the upcoming school year's fees are not available until June. Before June, you will most likely see last year's amounts. Refer to the Academic Year field if you are unsure.  

To help fund your education, learn more about our scholarships, bursaries and awards

If you are interested in applying for the Ontario Student Assistance Program, learn more about the program and its criteria

Other Important Information

Take a look at our College & University Transfer Guide

Check out our campus. You can take a virtual tour, or you can book a campus tour

We also host numerous events throughout the year. We encourage you to attend one of our events to learn more about the transfer program. 

Film Production Diploma to Honours Bachelor of Arts (English major) Degree Transfer Program

Program Information

Studying literature enhances our understanding of the complex ways in which words produce meaning, and the equally complex ways in which literature produces meaning - and how we also produce meaning when we read. Writing and communicating effectively are invaluable assets in a wide variety of fields including: education, publishing, journalism, administration, business, politics, editing, publications research, novel writing, technical writing and law.

Students interested in studying English at Lakehead University will learn how to write and communicate effectively, think creatively and critically, construct valid arguments, analyze a wide variety of texts and arguments, develop distinctive aptitudes and intellectual abilities, and more about the diverse cultures and contexts in which we live our lives.

How the Transfer Program Works

You enter into Year 3 of the four-year Honours Bachelor of Arts (English major) program, and can complete your degree in as little as two years. 

To see the courses that are part of the program, refer to our Academic Calendar and select:

  1. Programs & Faculties from the menu,
  2. Undergraduate Programs from the Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities section, 
  3. English Programs from the list of programs, and
  4. Honours Bachelor of Arts (English Major) – Transfer – Confederation College Film Production Diploma

Admission Requirements

To be consider for admission, you must:

  • Complete Confederation College's two-year Film Production Diploma, and
  • Achieve a 70% overall final average.

Application Process

To apply, please:

  1. Use the Undergrad (105) application
    1. You may need to create an account first, if you have never applied using the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) before. 
    2. Find more information on applying via the 105 application
  2. Select the program English (Pathway with Confederation College) (Thunder Bay Campus only). The OUAC program code is ABR.
  3. As you proceed through the application process, use the Online Transcript Request to have your transcript(s) sent to us, if applicable: 
    1. We require all of your post-secondary transcripts (i.e. from all colleges and universities attended).
    2. We do not require your high school transcript.
    3. Some colleges do not add in progress courses to their transcripts. If you are currently completing courses, you are encouraged to upload a screenshot of your upcoming winter term courses to your myInfo account. You will receive your myInfo login credentials in an acknowledgement email from us upon receipt of your application (which can take a few days after you apply using the OUAC). 

Who Can I Contact If I Need Assistance?

If you have questions about the transfer program, and/or your application statuscontact Student Central.  

If you encounter issues with the application and/or requesting online transcripts, contact the OUAC

If you cannot access myInfo (our student information portal), try to recover your account first. If that does not work, contact Student Central.  

Fees

Learn more about the fees (e.g. application, transcript, document evaluation, etc.) that the OUAC charges

Learn more about the tuition & student fees for your transfer program. Keep in mind that the upcoming school year's fees are not available until June. Before June, you will most likely see last year's amounts. Refer to the Academic Year field if you are unsure.  

To help fund your education, learn more about our scholarships, bursaries and awards

If you are interested in applying for the Ontario Student Assistance Program, learn more about the program and its criteria

Other Important Information

Take a look at our College & University Transfer Guide

Check out our campus. You can take a virtual tour, or you can book a campus tour

We also host numerous events throughout the year. We encourage you to attend one of our events to learn more about the transfer program.

Computer Programming Diploma to Honours Bachelor of Science (Computer Science major) Degree Transfer Program for Confederation College Computer Programming Students

Program Information

Computer Science is a dynamic area that has and will continue to drive innovation. Therefore, a key part of our education is about the knowledge and skills needed in order to capture the new technologies of the future. The following are some of our educational aims:

  • Practical experience and theoretical understanding of design methods for the specification, programming and analysis of a wide range of computing systems.
  • The ability to plan and accomplish a substantial project.
  • Experience in co-operative working through team projects, with their demands on the management of partners and time. 
  • Skills in written and oral communication.
  • The ability and confidence to learn, unaided, new subjects and to locate and critically evaluate information.
  • High quality training at the graduate level for both industrial and further advanced study paths
  • An appreciation of the environmental impact of computer and network technologies and the skills to limit this impact with innovative approaches

Our Department is small enough to give undergraduate students direct access to the professors along with ample access to high-end computing equipment.  We cover a broad range of computer science material  including current object oriented software development technologies, web technologies, computer security, artificial intelligence, networking and  related hardware technology, computer graphics, and a range of theoretical computing topics. Additionally, we include in many of our courses examples relating to current areas of interest and employer demand such as game programming, internet applications, mobile programming  and computer security. 

How the Transfer Program Works

You enter into Year 3 of the four-year Honours Bachelor of Science (Computer Science major) program, and can complete your degree in as little as two years. You must complete two spring/summer term courses in order to enter the fall term.  

To see the structure of the program, as well as a list of courses, refer to our Academic Calendar and select:

  1. Programs & Faculties from the menu,
  2. Undergraduate Programs from the Faculty of Science & Environmental Studies section, 
  3. Computer Science Programs from the list of programs, and the
  4. Honours Bachelor of Science (Computer Science Major) - Transfer - Confederation College.

Admission Requirements

To be consider for admission, you must complete:

  • Confederation College's two-year Computer Programming Diploma with an overall average of at least 70%, and
  • Ontario high school's Grade 12 University-level Advanced Functions (MHF4U), or equivalent, with a minimum grade of 60%.  

Prior to entering the program, you will need to complete Mathematics 1271 - Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science 1431 - Computer Programming II during the spring/summer terms.

Application Process

To apply, please:

  1. Use the Undergrad (105) application
    1. You may need to create an account first, if you have never applied using the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) before. 
    2. Find more information on applying via the 105 application
  2. Select the program Computer Science (Pathways with Confederation College and Georgian College) (Thunder Bay & Orillia). The OUAC program code is AAV.
  3. Select your program and campus of choice using the Subject of Major Interest drop-down menu.
  4. As you proceed through the application process, use the Online Transcript Request to have your transcript(s) sent to us, if applicable: 
    1. We require all of your post-secondary transcripts (i.e. from all colleges and universities attended).
    2. We do not require your high school transcript.
    3. Some colleges do not add in progress courses to their transcripts. If you are currently completing courses, you are encouraged to upload a screenshot of your upcoming winter term courses to your myInfo account. You will receive your myInfo login credentials in an acknowledgement email from us upon receipt of your application (which can take a few days after you apply using the OUAC). 

Who Can I Contact If I Need Assistance?

If you have questions about the transfer program, makeup courses, and/or your application status, contact Student Central.  

If you encounter issues with the application and/or requesting online transcripts, contact the OUAC

If you cannot access myInfo (our student information portal), try to recover your account first. If that does not work, contact Student Central.  

Fees

Learn more about the fees (e.g. application, transcript, document evaluation, etc.) that the OUAC charges

Learn more about the tuition & student fees for your transfer program. Keep in mind that the upcoming school year's fees are not available until June. Before June, you will most likely see last year's amounts. Refer to the Academic Year field if you are unsure.  

To help fund your education, learn more about our scholarships, bursaries and awards

If you are interested in applying for the Ontario Student Assistance Program, learn more about the program and its criteria

Other Important Information

Take a look at our College & University Transfer Guide

Check out our campus. You can take a virtual tour, or you can book a campus tour

We also host numerous events throughout the year. We encourage you to attend one of our events to learn more about the transfer program.

Computer Programming Diploma to Honours Bachelor of Science (Computer Science major) Degree Transfer Program for Georgian College Computer Programming Students

Program Information

Computer Science is a dynamic area that has and will continue to drive innovation. Therefore, a key part of our education is about the knowledge and skills needed in order to capture the new technologies of the future. The following are some of our educational aims:

  • Practical experience and theoretical understanding of design methods for the specification, programming and analysis of a wide range of computing systems.
  • The ability to plan and accomplish a substantial project.
  • Experience in co-operative working through team projects, with their demands on the management of partners and time. 
  • Skills in written and oral communication.
  • The ability and confidence to learn, unaided, new subjects and to locate and critically evaluate information.
  • High quality training at the graduate level for both industrial and further advanced study paths
  • An appreciation of the environmental impact of computer and network technologies and the skills to limit this impact with innovative approaches

Our Department is small enough to give undergraduate students direct access to the professors along with ample access to high-end computing equipment.  We cover a broad range of computer science material  including current object oriented software development technologies, web technologies, computer security, artificial intelligence, networking and  related hardware technology, computer graphics, and a range of theoretical computing topics. Additionally, we include in many of our courses examples relating to current areas of interest and employer demand such as game programming, internet applications, mobile programming  and computer security. 

How the Transfer Program Works

You enter into Year 3 of the four-year Honours Bachelor of Science (Computer Science major) program, and can complete your degree in as little as two years. You must complete two spring/summer term courses in order to enter the fall term.  

To see the structure of the program, as well as a list of courses, refer to our Academic Calendar and select:

  1. Programs & Faculties from the menu,
  2. Undergraduate Programs from the Faculty of Science & Environmental Studies section
  3. Computer Science Programs from the list of programs, and the
  4. Honours Bachelor of Science in Computer Science -Transfer - Georgian College Computer Programmer Diploma.

Admission Requirements

To be consider for admission, you must complete:

  • Georgian College's two-year Computer Programming Diploma with an overall average of at least 70%,
  • Georgian College's course COMP 2006, and
    • If you did not complete COMP 2006, you may be required to complete makeup courses as part of your degree program.  
  • Ontario high school's Grade 12 University-level Advanced Functions (MHF4U), or equivalent, with a minimum grade of 60%.  
    • Note: Georgian College's MATH 1018 - Introduction to Technical Mathematics is equivalent to MHF4U.

Prior to entering the program, you will need to complete Mathematics 1271 - Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science 2412 - Data Structures during the spring/summer terms.

Application Process

To apply, please:

  1. Use the Undergrad (105) application
    1. You may need to create an account first, if you have never applied using the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) before. 
    2. Find more information on applying via the 105 application
  2. Select the program Computer Science (Pathways with Confederation College and Georgian College) (Thunder Bay & Orillia)The OUAC program code is AAV.
  3. Select your program and campus of choice using the Subject of Major Interest drop-down menu.
  4. As you proceed through the application process, use the Online Transcript Request to have your transcript(s) sent to us, if applicable: 
    1. We require all of your post-secondary transcripts (i.e. from all colleges and universities attended).
    2. We do not require your high school transcript.
    3. Some colleges do not add in progress courses to their transcripts. If you are currently completing courses, you are encouraged to upload a screenshot of your upcoming winter term courses to your myInfo account. You will receive your myInfo login credentials in an acknowledgement email from us upon receipt of your application (which can take a few days after you apply using the OUAC). 

Who Can I Contact If I Need Assistance?

If you have questions about the transfer program, makeup courses, and/or your application statuscontact Student Central.  

If you encounter issues with the application and/or requesting online transcripts, contact the OUAC

If you cannot access myInfo (our student information portal), try to recover your account first. If that does not work, contact Student Central.  

Fees

Learn more about the fees (e.g. application, transcript, document evaluation, etc.) that the OUAC charges

Learn more about the tuition & student fees for your transfer program. Keep in mind that the upcoming school year's fees are not available until June. Before June, you will most likely see last year's amounts. Refer to the Academic Year field if you are unsure.  

To help fund your education, learn more about our scholarships, bursaries and awards

If you are interested in applying for the Ontario Student Assistance Program, learn more about the program and its criteria

Other Important Information

Take a look at our College & University Transfer Guide

Check out our campus. You can take a virtual tour, or you can book a campus tour

We also host numerous events throughout the year. We encourage you to attend one of our events to learn more about the transfer program.

General Arts and Science (GAAS) Diploma to Bachelor of Arts & Sciences (Interdisciplinary Studies major) Degree Transfer Program

Program Information

Our Interdisciplinary Studies program is flexible in its design, allowing you to customize your educational experience. You will be encouraged to think beyond the confines of a traditional undergraduate degree and take a range of courses in different disciplines that are oriented to your individual career aspirations. 

 As a college transfer student transitioning into the Interdisciplinary Studies major, you will choose two of the following specializations: Political Science, Psychology or Sociology. You do not select these specializations at the time of application. 

How the Transfer Program Works

You enter into Year 3 of the three-year Bachelor of Arts & Sciences (Interdisciplinary Studies major) program, and can complete your degree in as little as one year. You will need to complete two full course equivalents in the spring/summer terms prior to entering Year 3. 

To see the courses that are part of the program, refer to our Academic Calendar and select:

  1. Programs & Faculties from the menu,
  2. Undergraduate Programs from the Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities section, 
  3. Interdisciplinary Studies Programs from the list of programs, and the
  4. BASc (Interdisciplinary Studies Major) College Pathways Program.  

Admission Requirements

To be consider for admission, you must:

  • Complete a two-year General Arts and Science (GAAS) Diploma from an accredited Ontario college, and
  • Achieve an overall average of at least 70%.

In addition, you must have completed the following courses as part of your college program:

  • At least two (2) one-semester courses of math, science, geography, or introductory psychology;
  • At least one (1) one-semester course in inquiry methods or senior academic research;
  • At least two (2) one-semester college courses of advanced academic content; and
  • At least two (2) introductory one-semester college courses in one (1) of the following disciplines: Anthropology, Biology, English Literature, Geography, General Science, History, Political Science, Psychology, or Sociology.

Access the list of accepted courses that satisfy the above requirements.

If you have not completed these courses, you may be considered for admission. If you are granted admission, you may need to complete additional courses at Lakehead University.

Application Process

To apply, please:

  1. Use the Undergrad (105) application
    1. You may need to create an account first, if you have never applied using the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) before. 
    2. Find more information on applying via the 105 application
  2. Select the program Interdisciplinary Studies (Pathways with All Ontario Colleges) (Orillia Campus only). The OUAC program code is ABD.
  3. Select Interdisciplinary Studies (BASc) (Orillia) from the Subject of Major Interest drop-down menu. 
  4. As you proceed through the application process, use the Online Transcript Request to have your transcript(s) sent to us, if applicable: 
    1. We require all of your post-secondary transcripts (i.e. from all colleges and universities attended).
    2. We do not require your high school transcript.
    3. Some colleges do not add in progress courses to their transcripts. If you are currently completing courses, you are encouraged to upload a screenshot of your upcoming winter term courses to your myInfo account. You will receive your myInfo login credentials in an acknowledgement email from us upon receipt of your application (which can take a few days after you apply using the OUAC).

Who Can I Contact If I Need Assistance?

If you have questions about the transfer program, and/or your application statuscontact Student Central.  

If you encounter issues with the application and/or requesting online transcripts, contact the OUAC

If you cannot access myInfo (our student information portal), try to recover your account first. If that does not work, contact Student Central.  

Fees

Learn more about the fees (e.g. application, transcript, document evaluation, etc.) that the OUAC charges

Learn more about the tuition & student fees for your transfer program. Keep in mind that the upcoming school year's fees are not available until June. Before June, you will most likely see last year's amounts. Refer to the Academic Year field if you are unsure.  

To help fund your education, learn more about our scholarships, bursaries and awards

If you are interested in applying for the Ontario Student Assistance Program, learn more about the program and its criteria.

Other Important Information

Take a look at our College & University Transfer Guide

Check out our campus. You can take a virtual tour, or you can book a campus tour

We also host numerous events throughout the year. We encourage you to attend one of our events to learn more about the transfer program. 

Liberal Arts Diploma to Bachelor of Arts & Sciences (Interdisciplinary Studies major) Degree Transfer Program

Program Information

Our Interdisciplinary Studies program is flexible in its design, allowing you to customize your educational experience. You will be encouraged to think beyond the confines of a traditional undergraduate degree and take a range of courses in different disciplines that are oriented to your individual career aspirations. 

 As a college transfer student transitioning into the Interdisciplinary Studies major, you will choose two of the following specializations: Political Science, Psychology or Sociology. You do not select these specializations at the time of application.

How the Transfer Program Works

You enter into Year 3 of the three-year Bachelor of Arts & Sciences (Interdisciplinary Studies major) program, and can complete your degree in as little as one year. You will need to complete two full course equivalents in the spring/summer terms prior to entering Year 3. 

To see the courses that are part of the program, refer to our Academic Calendar and select:

  1. Programs & Faculties from the menu,
  2. Undergraduate Programs from the Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities section, 
  3. Interdisciplinary Studies Programs from the list of programs, and the
  4. BASc (Interdisciplinary Studies Major) College Pathways Program.  

Admission Requirements

To be consider for admission, you must:

  • Complete a two-year Liberal Arts Diploma from an accredited Ontario college, and
  • Achieve an overall average of at least 70%.

In addition, you must have completed the following courses as part of your college program:

  • At least two (2) one-semester courses of math, science, geography, or introductory psychology;
  • At least one (1) one-semester course in inquiry methods or senior academic research;
  • At least two (2) one-semester college courses of advanced academic content; and
  • At least two (2) introductory one-semester college courses in one (1) of the following disciplines: Anthropology, Biology, English Literature, Geography, General Science, History, Political Science, Psychology, or Sociology.

Access the list of accepted courses that satisfy the above requirements.

If you have not completed these courses, you may be considered for admission. If you are granted admission, you may need to complete additional courses at Lakehead University.

Application Process

To apply, please:

  1. Use the Undergrad (105) application
    1. You may need to create an account first, if you have never applied using the Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) before. 
    2. Find more information on applying via the 105 application
  2. Select the program Interdisciplinary Studies (Pathways with All Ontario Colleges) (Orillia Campus only). The OUAC program code is ABD.
  3. Select Interdisciplinary Studies (BASc) (Orillia) from the Subject of Major Interest drop-down menu. 
  4. As you proceed through the application process, use the Online Transcript Request to have your transcript(s) sent to us, if applicable: 
    1. We require all of your post-secondary transcripts (i.e. from all colleges and universities attended).
    2. We do not require your high school transcript.
    3. Some colleges do not add in progress courses to their transcripts. If you are currently completing courses, you are encouraged to upload a screenshot of your upcoming winter term courses to your myInfo account. You will receive your myInfo login credentials in an acknowledgement email from us upon receipt of your application (which can take a few days after you apply using the OUAC).

Who Can I Contact If I Need Assistance?

If you have questions about the transfer program, and/or your application statuscontact Student Central.  

If you encounter issues with the application and/or requesting online transcripts, contact the OUAC

If you cannot access myInfo (our student information portal), try to recover your account first. If that does not work, contact Student Central.  

Fees

Learn more about the fees (e.g. application, transcript, document evaluation, etc.) that the OUAC charges

Learn more about the tuition & student fees for your transfer program. Keep in mind that the upcoming school year's fees are not available until June. Before June, you will most likely see last year's amounts. Refer to the Academic Year field if you are unsure.  

To help fund your education, learn more about our scholarships, bursaries and awards

If you are interested in applying for the Ontario Student Assistance Program, learn more about the program and its criteria.

Other Important Information

Take a look at our College & University Transfer Guide

Check out our campus. You can take a virtual tour, or you can book a campus tour

We also host numerous events throughout the year. We encourage you to attend one of our events to learn more about the transfer program. 

Pages