Articulation Agreements With College Of The North Atlantic

The Department of Advanced Education, Skills and Labour develops an annual online transfer guide that includes the transfer of credit agreements for courses and programs within the province`s post-conference system. RRU agrees to facilitate the block transfer of students from the College of the North Atlantic with appropriate conditions in the RRU programs within the School of Environment and Sustainability, which are listed below. Under this agreement, NAC applicants who meet the requirements set out below are allowed to be admitted to the RRU with a full block transfer, provided that all other access criteria are met (in accordance with the program`s admission requirements on the RRU website) and remain available in the RRU program. Access to all RRU programs is on a competitive basis. As a candidate for a transfer contract, you must meet our general conditions of access or be considered a qualified transfer student in accordance with the rules established by your home institution in an articulation contract. Below is a summary of the current transfer agreements with Dalhousie. The transfer guide is published annually by the Department of Advanced Education and Skills. It offers a list of course/block transfers available to students who transfer credits from one institution to another within the public post-post-post-agreement system. Newfoundland and Labrador has a credit transfer mechanism between Memorial University and the College of the North Atlantic, which has been in existence for over 20 years. New agreements are regularly signed between post-funding public bodies in the Netherlands and those in other parts of Canada and around the world. In addition, there are transfer agreements between Memorial University and the Newfoundland and Labrador public school system (International Baccalaureate (IB) and Advanced Placement (AP), the Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Basic Education Program (Level III) and the public school system, the Apprenticeship and Trades Certification Division, the Department of Advanced Education, Skills and Labour with the College of the North Atlantic and Marine Institute and between Memorial Uni versity and the `Atlantic School of Business School (Chartered Professional Accountants Education Programme.

Students who are graduates of the College of the North Atlantic`s two-year Adventure Tourism Diploma Program or who are in the final semester of this program may apply to the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with a major in environmental studies or tourism studies offered by the Grenfell campus. Students who have completed the College of the North Atlantic`s two-year Hospitality Management Diploma program or who are in the final semester of this program may apply for entry to the B.A., Major in Tourism Studies degree, offered by the grenfell Campus. For more information on these two agreements, click here. CNA-Q graduates have also managed to transfer course points to other universities where pathways to degrees are not yet fully established. Students are encouraged to talk to career guidance when they have a potential bachelor`s/specific degree or university in mind. In addition, pupils are encouraged to contact the Higher Council of Education, where appropriate, for further information on the Council`s programmes and procedures. This guide is designed as a tool that can be used in conjunction with other post-secondary guidance resources available in each of the specific higher education institutions that make up the consortium. The document lists the programs available at appropriate colleges and institutions that agree to recognize these transfer programs in bulk to a new training certificate. Registrars, counselors, high school teachers, university professors, and especially students and graduates of high school and post-secondary institutions will find the guide as a good source of reference to inform and assist on issues related to the transfer of credits from Atlantic Community Colleges to other institutions of higher learning.

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