University/College Combination Programs
College Transfer Credit Policies
Laurier Brantford provides Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and
Technology graduates with an opportunity to add to their occupational
and professional education. For admission under transfer credit
guidelines, students must achieve a minimum 75% overall average in one
of the programs included in the policy. Students who fall under the
transfer credit guidelines may apply to any Laurier Brantford honours
program (except in some cases the Journalism program) but, depending on
the transfer credits they receive, some programs are a better fit than
others. For transfer credit details and notes, refer to:
Transfer Credit Policies
Conversely, Conestoga College agrees that
students enrolled in the Honours Leadership (OL) program who have
successfully completed the required 100-level and 200-level courses in
Leadership with at least a 5.0 GPA in these courses shall be eligible to
enrol in the post-degree/post-diploma Human Resource Management program
through Conestoga College. Upon successful completion of the program
with an average of 70% or better, the student will receive transfer
credit as outlined above.
Students who complete Conestoga's three-year Print and Broadcast Journalism program with a B+ (75%) average will be granted admission into the Contemporary Studies BA program and advanced standing. Students admitted under this agreement will receive 7.0 transfer credits, including credit for CT222/JN222/MX222 and CT226/JN226/MX226 (or equivalent), and other courses as appropriate. No more than 3.0 credits will be granted at the senior level. These students are not eligible to register in, or graduate from Laurier Brantford's Journalism program.
Students who complete Conestoga's two-year General Arts and Science program with a B+ (75%) average will be granted admission into the Contemporary Studies BA program and one year advanced standing (i.e., 5.0 credits). Students admitted under this agreement will receive 5.0 junior credits.
Program Specific Articulation Agreements
On the basis of articulation agreements with Conestoga College,
students can combine their study at Laurier Brantford with diploma and
certificate programs available at Conestoga College. For more
information on these combined programs, refer to:
The Conestoga College components of these programs are the responsibility of the college and are governed by their rules and regulations. For more information on these programs, consult Conestoga's calendar.
Senate Revision April 15, 2014: OL212 renumbered from OL312; effective September 1, 2014.