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University Arts Bridging Certificate

Overview 

PROGRAM IS CURRENTLY UNDER REVIEW - NWCC IS NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME 

Academic Bridging is designed for individuals who have not completed their Grade 12 Dogwood and/or require academic upgrading in order to continue their studies.  The program is intended to bridge the gap between a student’s prior education and the requirements of first year university level courses.

Students who successfully complete this Bridge Program and meet minimum grade requirements will receive a guaranteed seat in their identified program the following year, with credits towards their Adult Dogwood and College Degree Program. Students with a minimum “C+” (2.33 GPA) average will be guaranteed a seat in general University Credit studies or the SSW Certificate Program. *(Students applying for the SSW Certificate Program must meet all other prerequisites for the program).

Program Outline 

ENGL 190-3-Introduction to University Writing 
ENGL 101-3-University Writing 
FNST 101-3-Introduction to First Nations Studies 
SSW 112-3-Interpersonal Communications 
ENGL 050-4-Provincial English 
MATH 0401-2-Advanced Math 1
MATH 0402-2-Advanced Math 2 
EDCP 050-3- Education and Career Planning 

 

 

Career Opportunities 

Students who successfully complete this Bridge Program and meet minimum grade requirements will receive a guaranteed seat in their identified program the following year, with credits towards their Adult Dogwood and College Degree Program. Students with a minimum “C+” (2.33 GPA) average will be guaranteed a seat in general University Credit studies or the SSW Certificate Program. *(Students applying for the SSW Certificate Program must meet all other prerequisites for the program).

Admission Requirements 

Existing CCP Entrance Requirements: 

Be at least 18 years of age, OR have already earned Grade 12 standing OR be 17 years of age and out of public school for at l;east one year, OR have written recommendation from a local high school principal, AND meet with an NWCC Educational Advisor or CCP Coordinator to ensure they have chose the correct courses or programs. AND

  • ENGL 040 or ENGL 045 or ENGL 043 or Placement at the Provincial Level English (Grade 12); AND 
  • SCIE 030 or SCIE 033 or Science 10 and MATH 0301/0302 or MATH 032 or MATH 033 or Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10 
Dates and Locations 
Program Length  Location  Start Date  End Date
8 months  Terrace  TBA TBA

 

Program Fees 
FEES Per Credit Full Time (31 Weeks)
Tuition: $93.94 $2113.65
*Student Association Fee Per Semester $31.38 $62.76
*Canadian Federation of Students Fee Per Semester  $8.82 $17.64
Technology Fee: $3.74 $84.15
Registration Fee: $1.88 $42.30
Infrastructure Fee: $0.56 $12.60
**Books: $0.00 $200.00
**Supplies/Clothing: $0.00 $50.00
Total:   $2583.10

Fees are effective as of July, 2015 

*Please note that these are approximate costs and may vary depending on courses taken.

You may be able to apply for help to pay your fees. Please come to the college and ask an advisor about financial assistance or funding that may be available.

Books may be available in the library or may be purchased second hand.