Admission

Entrance Requirements for Canadian Students

Reflecting our emphasis on students, our admission process is simple to understand and personalized. If you have any questions, there are a number of ways to receive assistance:

Bachelor of Arts

The Bachelor of Arts program is open to high school applicants, transfer applicants, returning students, and adult learners.

Bachelor of Applied Arts

The Bachelor of Applied Arts programs are offered in conjunction with the New Brunswick Community College.

Bachelor of Education

For consideration for this program, applicants must either hold a bachelor's degree from a recognized university or be a candidate for the degree by May 15 in their year of application . (Please Note: there is no direct entry to this program from high school).

 

Bachelor of Social Work

For consideration for this program, applicants must have completed a minimum of 60 credit hours in liberal arts courses from a recognized university. (Please Note: there is no direct entry to this program from high school).

 

Master of Social Work

Consideration for this program is restricted to individuals with a bachelor's degree.

Certificate Programs

Special admission requirements apply. (Please Note: there is no direct entry to this program from high school).