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First Nations Transition Program

For students who are lacking one or more of the 30-level courses, the one-year Health Sciences stream of the First Nations’ Transition Program prepares students for entry into the Health Sciences baccalaureate programs. Students take courses in mathematics, chemistry, biology, health sciences, writing, computers, and information literacy.

To be accepted to the Health Sciences stream of the First Nations’ Transition Program (FNTP), Alberta applicants must have:

- English Language Arts 20-1

And depending on the U of L program you want to pursue upon completion of the Transition Program, you may also require:

- Biology 20
- Chemistry 20
- Mathematics 20

The application deadline for the First Nations' Transition Program is June 1.

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