Available Programs and Required Qualifications

All applicants are required to meet general admission requirements, which vary by admission route. In addition to these general admission requirements, some programs have additional admission requirements, as indicated below. Most programs in the Faculty of Arts and Science do not currently have any additional high school course admission requirements, but students admitted to some majors will need one or more specific high school courses to meet the prerequisite requirements for courses required in the program. See High School Prerequisites by Program.

Arts and Science

See Arts and Science in the Undergraduate Calendar and Course Catalogue for details.

Note: Effective Fall 2018, some majors will include specific high school course requirements. To view the 2018/2019 Admission Chart, please see www.uleth.ca/ross/admissions/undergrad/program-availability-2018.

Program(s)

Major(s)

Minimum Admission Average 1

Additional Admission Requirements 2

High School Applicants

Transfer Applicants

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

Bachelor of Arts and Science (BASc.).

All except Environmental Science

65%

2.00

None

Note: Effective for Fall 2018 admission, specific high school course requirements apply for some majors.

Bachelor of Science

Environmental Science

Competitive

Successful applicants usually present:

Biology 30
Chemistry 30
Mathematics 30-1

Pre-Professional Transfer Program in Engineering

Not applicable

75%

Competitive

Chemistry 30
English Language Arts 30-1
Mathematics 30-1
Mathematics 31
Physics 30

Pre-Nursing Pathway (B.A.)

General Social Sciences

65%

2.00

None

Post-Diploma Bachelor of Arts

Agricultural Studies

N/A

2.50 3

Approved college diploma

Post-Diploma Bachelor of Science

Agricultural Studies;
Computer Science;
Geography (with Concentration in Geographical Information Science)

N/A

2.50 3

Approved college diploma

Environmental Science

N/A

2.75 3

Approved college diploma

Note: Applicants with diploma GPA of 2.00 to 2.74 and related employment experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

1.
When the number of qualified applicants exceeds available spaces, the minimum admission average required may be higher.
2.
Equivalent courses will be accepted in lieu of the Alberta high school courses listed below. Transferable courses in the same discipline will be considered to meet Alberta high school admission requirements on a case-by-case basis.
3.
The admission average for post-diploma programs is the cumulative diploma GPA.


Education

See Part 8 – Education in the Undergraduate Calendar and Course Catalogue for details.

Note:
The Faculty of Education does not offer a B.Ed. degree alone, except after an approved degree. First degree students must be admitted to a Combined Degrees program in order to earn a B.Ed. (see Combined Degrees in the Undergraduate Calendar and Course Catalogue).

Program(s)

Major(s)

Minimum Admission Average 1

Additional Admission Requirements

Bachelor of Education After an Approved Degree (B.Ed. (After Degree))

All

2.50 2

Approved undergraduate degree
Minimum number of courses in an approved major
Minimum GPA of 2.50 in the major
Education 2500
Additional admission requirements apply for Native Education majors

Pre-B.Ed. (After Degree)

All

2.50 2

Approved undergraduate degree
Minimum number of courses in an approved major

Diploma in Education

Student Initiated

2.00

Teacher certification
Two years of teaching experience

 

1.
When the number of qualified applicants exceeds available spaces, the minimum admission average required may be higher.
2.
The average for admission to the Pre-B.Ed. (After Degree) and B.Ed. (After Degree) is calculated on the terms containing the most recent 20 courses (60.0 credit hours).


Fine Arts

See Fine Arts in the Undergraduate Calendar and Course Catalogue for details.

Program(s)

Major(s)

Minimum Admission
Average 1

Additional Admission Requirements

High School Applicants

Transfer Applicants

Bachelor of Fine Arts - Arts (B.F.A. - Art)

B.F.A. - Native American Art

Art History/Museum Studies

65%

2.00

None

Art Studio

65%

2.00

Portfolio

B.F.A. - Dramatic Arts

Performance;
Technical/Design

65%

2.00

None

B.F.A. - Multidisciplinary

Multidisciplinary

65%

2.00

None

B.F.A. - New Media

New Media

65%

2.00

Portfolio or essay alternative
Summary Questionnaire

Bachelor of Music (B.Mus.)

Digital Audio Arts

65%

2.00

Portfolio

Music

65%

2.00

Audition

Post-Diploma B.F.A. - Art (after a Two- or Three-year Diploma)

Art History/Museum Studies;
Art Studio

N/A

2.50 2

Approved college diploma
Portfolio

Post-Diploma B.F.A. - Dramatic Arts (after a Two- or Three-year Diploma)

Performance;
Technical/Design

N/A

2.50 2

Approved college diploma
Audition/portfolio

Post-Diploma B.F.A. - Multidisciplinary (after a Two- or Three-year Diploma)

Multidisciplinary

N/A

2.50 2

Approved college diploma

Post-Diploma B.Mus. (after a Two- or Three-year Diploma)

Music

N/A

2.50 2

Approved college diploma
Audition
1.
When the number of qualified applicants exceeds available spaces, the minimum admission average required may be higher.
2.
The admission average for post-diploma programs is the cumulative diploma GPA.


Health Sciences

See Health Sciences in the Undergraduate Calendar and Course Catalogue for details.

Program(s)

Major(s)

Minimum Admission Average 1

Additional Admission Requirements 2

High School Applicants

Transfer Applicants

Bachelor of Health Sciences (B.H.Sc.)

Aboriginal Health

65%

2.00

Biology 30
Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2
Spoken English Language Proficiency

Addictions Counselling

65%

2.00

Admission Statement
Spoken English Language Proficiency

Public Health

65%

2.00

Biology 30
Chemistry 30
English Language Arts 30-1
Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2
Spoken English Language Proficiency

Bachelor of Nursing (B.N.)

Nursing

Competitive

Biology 30
Chemistry 30
English Language Arts 30-1
Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2
A distinct Fifth Course
Spoken English Language Proficiency

Bachelor of Nursing After an Approved Degree (B.N. After Degree)

Nursing

Competitive

Approved undergraduate degree
6.0 credit hours in Human Anatomy and Physiology
3.0 credit hours in Microbiology
3.0 credit hours in Statistics
6.0 credit hours in Fine Arts or Humanities
6.0 credit hours in Social Sciences
Spoken English Language Proficiency

Post-Diploma B.H.Sc.

Addictions Counselling;
Public Health

N/A

3.00 3

Approved college diploma
Spoken English Language Proficiency

Post-Diploma Bachelor of Therapeutic Recreation (B.T.R.)

Therapeutic Recreation

N/A

2.00 3

Approved college diploma
Spoken English Language Proficiency
1.
When the number of qualified applicants exceeds available spaces, the minimum admission average required may be higher.
2.
Equivalent courses will be accepted in lieu of the Alberta high school courses listed below. Transferable courses in the same discipline will be considered to meet Alberta high school admission requirements on a case-by-case basis.
3.
The admission average for post-diploma programs is the cumulative diploma GPA.


Management

See Management in the Undergraduate Calendar and Course Catalogue for details.

Program(s)

Major(s)

Minimum Admission Average 1

Additional Admission Requirements 2

High School Applicants

Transfer Applicants

Bachelor of Management (B.Mgt.)

Quantitative Majors 3

65%

Competitive

Mathematics 30-1

Non-Quantitative Majors 3

65%

Competitive

Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2

Management Certificates

Certificates in Finance, Human Resources Management and Labour Relations, and Marketing

N/A

2.00

Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2

All other Certificates

N/A

2.00

None

Professional Diploma in Accounting (PDA)

Accounting

N/A

2.00

Approved undergraduate degree

Post-Diploma B.Mgt (20-Course)

All

N/A

Competitive 4

(3.00 guaranteed)

Approved college diploma

Post-Diploma B.Mgt (25-Course)

General Management

N/A

Competitive 4

(3.00 guaranteed)

Approved college diploma

Bachelor of Management (B.Mgt.) Second Degree

All

N/A

2.00

Approved undergraduate degree
1.
When the number of qualified applicants exceeds available spaces, the minimum admission average required may be higher.
2.
Equivalent courses will be accepted in lieu of the Alberta high school courses listed below. Transferable courses in the same discipline will be considered to meet Alberta high school admission requirements on a case-by-case basis.
3.
Quantitative Majors: Accounting, Economics, Finance
Non-Quantitative Majors: Computer Science, First Nations’ Governance, General Management, Human Resource Management and Labour Relations, International Management, Marketing, Political Science
4.
The admission average for post-diploma programs is the cumulative diploma GPA.


Combined Degrees

See Combined Degrees in the Undergraduate Calendar and Course Catalogue for details.

Note: Effective Fall 2018, some majors will include specific high school course requirements. To view the 2018/2019 Admission Chart, please see www.uleth.ca/ross/admissions/undergrad/program-availability-2018.

Program(s)

Major(s)

Minimum Admission
Average 1

Additional Admission Requirements 2

High School Applicants

Transfer Applicants

B.A./B.Mgt.

B.Sc./B.Mgt

Quantitative Management Majors 4

65%

2.00

Mathematics 30-1

Note: Effective for Fall 2018 admission, specific high school course requirements apply for some Arts and Science majors.

Non-Quantitative Management Majors 4

65%

2.00

Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2

Note: Effective for Fall 2018 admission, specific high school course requirements apply for some Arts and Science majors.

B.F.A. - New Media/B.Mgt.

Quantitative Management Majors 4

65%

2.00

Mathematics 30-1
Portfolio/Questionnaire

Non-Quantitative Management Majors 4

65%

2.00

Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2
Portfolio/Questionnaire

B.H.Sc./B.Mgt.

Quantitative Management Majors 4

65%

2.00

Biology 30
English Language Arts 30-1
Mathematics 30-1
Spoken English Language Proficiency

Non-Quantitative Management Majors 4

65%

2.00

Biology 30
English Language Arts 30-1
Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2
Spoken English Language Proficiency

Pre-B.A./B.Ed.

Pre-B.Sc./B.Ed.

All

65%

2.00

None

Note: Effective for Fall 2018 admission, specific high school course requirements apply for some Arts and Science majors.

B.A./B.Ed.

B.Sc./B.Ed.

All

N/A

2.50 3

20 transferable courses
Minimum number of courses in an approved major
Minimum GPA of 2.50 in major
Education 2500
Additional admission requirements apply for the Native Education major

Note: Effective for Fall 2018 admission, specific high school course requirements apply for some Arts and Science majors.

Pre-B.F.A. - Art/B.Ed.

Art

65%

2.00

Portfolio

B.F.A. - Art/B.Ed.

Art

N/A

2.50 3

20 transferable courses
Minimum number of courses in an approved major
Minimum GPA of 2.50 in major
Portfolio
Education 2500

Pre-B.F.A. - Dramatic Arts/B.Ed.

Dramatic Arts

65%

2.00

None

B.F.A. - Dramatic Arts/B.Ed.

Dramatic Arts

N/A

2.50 3

20 transferable courses
Minimum number of courses in an approved major
Minimum GPA of 2.50 in major
Education 2500

Pre-B.F.A. - New Media/B.Ed.

New Media

65%

2.00

Portfolio or essay alternative
Summary Questionnaire

B.F.A. - New Media/B.Ed.

New Media

N/A

2.50 3

20 transferable courses
Minimum number of courses in an approved major
Minimum GPA of 2.50 in major
Portfolio or essay alternative
Summary Questionnaire
Education 2500

Pre-B.Mus./B.Ed.

Music

65%

2.00

Audition

B.Mus./B.Ed.

Music

N/A

2.50 3

20 transferable courses
Minimum number of courses in an approved major
Minimum GPA of 2.50 in major
Audition
Education 2500

Pre-B.Mgt./B.Ed.

Quantitative Management Majors 4

65%

2.00

Mathematics 30-1

Non-Quantitative Management Majors 4

65%

2.00

Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2

B.Mgt./B.Ed.

Quantitative Management Majors 4

N/A

2.50 3

20 transferable courses
Minimum number of courses in an approved major
Minimum GPA of 2.50 in major
Mathematics 30-1
Education 2500

Non-Quantitative Management Majors 4

N/A

2.50 3

20 transferable courses
Minimum number of courses in an approved major
Minimum GPA of 2.50 in major
Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2
Education 2500

Pre-Post-Diploma B.F.A. -
Art/B.Ed.

Art

N/A

2.50 5

Approved college diploma
Portfolio

Pre-Post-Diploma B.F.A. - Dramatic Arts/B.Ed.

Dramatic Arts

N/A

2.50 5

Approved college diploma
Audition

Pre-Post-Diploma B.Mgt./B.Ed.

All

N/A

Competitive 5

(3.00 guaranteed)

Approved college diploma
1.
When the number of qualified applicants exceeds available spaces, the minimum admission average required may be higher.
2.
Equivalent courses will be accepted in lieu of the Alberta high school courses listed below. Transferable courses in the same discipline will be considered to meet Alberta high school admission requirements on a case-by-case basis.
3.
The GPA for admission directly to Combined Degrees with the Bachelor of Education is calculated on the terms containing the most recent 20 courses (60.0 credit hours).
4.
Quantitative Majors: Accounting, Economics, Finance
Non-Quantitative Majors: Computer Science, First Nations’ Governance, General Management, Human Resource Management and Labour Relations, International Management, Marketing, Political Science
5.
The admission average for post-diploma programs is the cumulative diploma GPA.