Sir Wilfred Grenfell College

ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS WITH COLLEGE OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC

For Graduates of the Two-year Adventure Tourism Diploma Program

For Graduates of the Three-year Environmental Technology Diploma Program


FOR GRADUATES OF THE TWO-YEAR ADVENTURE TOURISM DIPLOMA PROGRAM

Students who have graduated from the two-year Adventure Tourism Diploma Program offered by the College of the North Atlantic, Corner Brook campus, or who are in their final semester of this program, can apply for entry with advanced standing into the Environmental Studies Degree Program offered by Sir Wilfred Grenfell College.

Students who are entering the Outdoor Environmental Pursuits concentration will be given unspecified credits for 33 credit hours towards the 120 credit hour degree program. There will be 9 credit hours towards the elective requirements of this degree, 6 credit hours towards the Environmental Studies core courses for the degree and 18 credit hours towards the concentration requirements. Included in these unspecified credit hours will be 3 credit hours for unspecified writing courses, 6 credit hours towards Group B, and 3 credit hours towards Group C, breadth of knowledge requirement. This combines for a total of 33 credit hours towards the Outdoor Environmental Pursuits concentration of the Environmental Studies Degree Program.

Students who are entering the Environmental Perspectives concentration will be given unspecified credit for 24 credit hours towards the 120 credit hour Degree program. There will be 12 credit hours towards the elective requirements of this degree, 6 credit hours towards the Environmental Studies core course requirements and 6 credit hours towards the concentration requirements. Included in these unspecified credit hours will be 3 credit hours for unspecified writing courses, 6 credit hours towards Group B, and 3 credit hours towards Group C, breadth of knowledge requirement. This combines for a total of 24 credit hours toward the Environmental Perspectives concentration of the Environmental Studies Degree Program.

Students gaining entry into the Environmental Studies Degree Program at SWGC will need to satisfy all other core program requirements specified by the Grenfell degree. As well, they need to satisfy all other credits in their concentration that remain.

Upon admission into the Environmental Studies Program, such students will be required to complete the following:

Core Program Requirements

- six credit hours from Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis Requirement (QRA)
- 27 credit hours in designated Writing courses (W)
- three credit hours from Group C, Breadth of Knowledge Requirement
- six credit hours from Group A, Breadth of Knowledge Requirement

Environmental Studies Core:

- Anthropology 3083
- Economics 2010
- Environmental Studies 2000, 3000, 4000(W), 4010, 4950(W)
- Environmental Science 2370
- Folklore 2600 (W)
- Geography 1001, 2102, 2220, 3325
- Philosophy 2809 (W)
- Political Science 3731

Additional Requirements (Based on Concentration):

Outdoor Environmental Pursuits
- 27 elective credit hours
- Human Kinetics and Recreation (HKR) 4575

or

Environmental Perspectives
- 24 elective credit hours
- 15 credit hours towards Environmental Perspectives concentration
- Geography 3901 and four of the following courses, at least two of which must be at the 3000 or 4000 level:
- Anthropology 3080
- Biology 2041
- Environmental Science 2371
- Folklore 2401
- Geography 2302
- Political Science 3550
- Religious Studies 3880
- Sociology 2120

FOR GRADUATES OF THE THREE-YEAR ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY DIPLOMA PROGRAM

Students who have graduated from the three-year Environmental Technology Diploma Program offered by the College of the North Atlantic, or who are in their final semester of this program, can apply for entry with advanced standing into the Environmental Science Degree Program offered at Sir Wilfred Grenfell College. Upon admission to the university, such students will enter the second year of either stream of the Environmental Science Degree Program.

They will be given unspecified credit for 45 credit hours towards the 120 credit-hour degree program. Included in these 45 credit hours will be 9 credit hours for unspecified writing courses, of which 6 credit hours will be at the 1000 level and three will be at the 2000 level. In addition, 6 of these credit hours will be for unspecified credit at the 2000 level satisfying Group B, breadth of knowledge requirement.

Students gaining entry into the Environmental Science Degree Program at SWGC will need to satisfy all other core program requirements specified for Grenfell degree programs. As well, they will need to satisfy all other course requirements specified for their specific stream in Environmental Science.

Upon admission into the second year of the Environmental Science Degree Program, students will be required to complete the following:

Core Program Requirements:

- Six credit hours from Group A Breadth of Knowledge Requirement

- 21 credit hours in additional designated Writing (W) courses which may include Environmental Science core and stream courses

Environmental Science Core:

- Biology 2600 (W)
- Environmental Science 4000 (W)
- Environmental Science 4950 (W) (students who intend to complete the honours option will complete Environmental Science 4951 (W) and Environmental Science 4959 (W))
- Statistics 2550 or equivalent

At least two of:

- Anthropology 3083
- Economics 2010
- Environmental Studies 3000
- Philosophy 2809 (W)
- Political Science 3731, 3550
- Religious Studies 3880 (W)

At least three of:

- Environmental Science 2261, 2360, 2370(W), 2371(W), 2430, 2450, 3072, 3470
- Environmental Studies 2000 or equivalent

Biology Stream:

- Biology 2010, 2122 (W)
- Chemistry 2300 or 2440 or 2400/2401
- Environmental Science 3110, 3130, 3131, 4132, 4140 ( or an equivalent field course)
- Six credit hours from Environmental Science 4069, 4131, 4133, 4240, 4479 (Honours students must complete 9 credit hours from this list)
- Three credit hours in an additional science or statistics laboratory course at the 2000 level or higher, excluding Environmental Science core courses

Chemistry Stream:

- Chemistry 2210(W), 2300, 2400, 2401
- Environmental Science 2261, 3210(W), 3211(W), 3260, 3261, 4230
- Six credit hours from Environmental Science 4069, 4131, 4240, 4249, 4479 (Honours students must complete 9 credit hours from this list)


Last modified on June 4, 2003 by R. Bruce

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