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Direct entry requirements

Below is the admission requirements for the Direct Entry programs if different form the general admission requirements. The applications mentioned are in addition to the Undergraduate Application for Admission/Readmission.

Arts

Declaration of the Bachelor of Arts as a degree program can be made at the time of application to the University or by means of the Change of Academic Program form following admission to the University.

Business

The Faculty of Business Administration's direct-entry programs does not require the completion of a separate faculty application form. Students applying directly from high school need only to declare their intent to complete a business degree program by selecting the appropriate Term A/B program on the Undergraduate Application for Admission/Readmission.

Students applying after attending another post-secondary institution should select the pre-busienss option or one of the degree options if they meet the necessary requirements for admission beyond Term A/B.

Engineering


A Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science application must be submitted for the Fast Track program only. The Fast Track program is for "exceptionally" well prepared students who have advanced placements equivalent to University credit in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry and have an admission average of at least 80% in their final year of high school. A student wishing to apply for the fast track program must submit a Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Application by March 1.

All other students intending to complete the Bachelor of Engineering program need only to check the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Term A/B option on the Undergraduate Application for Admission/Readmission.


Fine Arts (Theatre)

A Fine Arts (Theatre) Application form must be submitted by April 30. Applicants must also undergo an audition/interview to the satisfaction of the department.
Enrollment in the program is limited and selection is competitive.

For further information on the application process visit the Fine Arts (Theatre) website.


Fine Arts (Visual)

A Fine Arts (Visual) Application form must be submitted by April 15. Applicants are also required to submit a portfolio of previous art work. Although it is assumed that applicants will have had no previous formal training in arts, evidence of suitability forstudy in the visual arts is required. Instructions for the submission of portfolios will be provided by the fine arts division upon request.

Enrollment in the program is limited and selection is competitive.

For further information on the application process visit the Fine Arts (Visual) website.


Forestry (first year)

The forestry curriculum is governed by a memordum of understanding between the University of New Brunswick (UNB) and Memorial University. Students can complete one year of prescribed courses at Grenfell Campus, Corner Brook, before admission into the second year of UNB's program.

Admission to the program is dependent upon the student having completed Advanced Level III Mathematics and Chemistry 3202 (or attaining at least 75% in Chemistry 2202) in high school. If these prerequisites are not met additional courses will need to be taken at SWGC.

A separate application form is not required when applying for this program, students interested in the program need only to complete the appropriate section on the Undergraduate Application for Admission/Re-admission. For further information on the forestry program visit the Grenfell Campus Forestry website.


Kinesiology

A School of Human Kinetics and Recreation Application form must be submitted by March 1. Applicants must have successfully achieved the following:

i) a score of at least 55 per cent on the Math Placement Test; and
ii) Level III science laboratory course with a grade of at least 70%.

Enrollment in the program is limited and selection is competitive.
Further information on the School of Human Kinetics and Recreations and its admission requirements can be found on their website.


Music

A School of Music Application form must be submitted by January 31. Applicants must demonstrate their musical competence and potential at an audition and an aural test . Detailed information on the audition requirements can be found at www.mun.ca/music/pros/aud.htm.

Enrollment in the program is limited and selection is competitive.

Further information on the School of Music and its admission requirements can be found on their website.


Nursing

A Bachelor of Nursing (Collaborative) Program Application form must be submitted by March 1. High School Advanced Math 3201 is preferred; in addition, high school science courses must include:

i) Biology 2201 and 3201 or their equivalents
ii) Chemistry 3202 or equivalent

Enrollment in the program is limited and selection is competitive.

Further information on the admission process can be found on the School of Nursing website.

Physical Education

A School of Human Kinetics and Recreation Application form must be submitted by March 1.

Enrollment in the program is limited and selection is competitive.

Further information on the School of Human Kinetics and Recreations and its admission requirements can be found on their website.


Recreation

A School of Human Kinetics and Recreation Application form must be submitted by March 1.
Enrollment in the program is limited and selection is competitive.

Further information on the School of Human Kinetics and Recreations and its admission requirements can be found on their website.


**Please contact the appropriate Faculty/School or the Academic Advising Centre if you require application forms**








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