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Sir Wilfred Grenfell College (2006/2007)
7.6 Articulation Agreement With the College of the North Atlantic
7.6.1 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 Environmental Studies Program will be given a total of 60 credit hours towards the 120 credit-hour degree program. Of the 60 credit hours, students taking the Outdoor Environmental Pursuits Concentration will receive credit for EVST 2210, EVST 2220, EVST 3210, HKR 3555, and HKR 4555 as well as 18 unspecified credit hours towards the concentration requirements. Of the 60 credit hours, students taking the Environmental Perspectives Concentration will receive 21 unspecified credit hours towards the concentration requirements.

Students will receive 3 credit hours for unspecified writing courses, 6 unspecified credit hours towards the Group B and 6 credit hours towards Group C breadth of knowledge requirement. The remaining credit hours will be deemed to be unspecified electives.

In addition to the general requirements for the Sir Wilfred Grenfell College B.A. degree, students will be required to complete the following requirements for the Environmental Studies major:

Environmental Studies Core

  • Economics 2010
  • Environmental Studies 2000
  • Environmental Studies 3000
  • Environmental Studies 3001
  • Environmental Studies 4010
  • Environmental Studies 4950
  • Geography 2220
  • Philosophy 2809

Additional Requirements Based on Concentration

For Students taking the Outdoor Environmental Pursuits Option:

Fifteen credit hours of the following courses of which at least 9 credit hours must be at the 3000 or 4000 level:

  • Anthropology 3083
  • Biology 1001 and 1002
  • Biology 2041
  • Biology 2600
  • Chemistry 1001
  • Chemistry 1200
  • Earth Sciences 1000
  • Earth Sciences 1002
  • Environmental Science 2261
  • Environmental Science 2360
  • Environmental Science 2370
  • Environmental Studies 3010-3029
  • Environmental Studies 4000
  • Folklore 2600
  • Forestry 1010 and 1011
  • Geography 1001
  • Geography 2102
  • Geography 3325
  • Political Science 3731
  • Religious Studies 3880

For Students taking the Environmental Perspectives Concentration:

27 credit hours of the following courses of which 18 must be at the 3000 or 4000 level:

Note:

The required Philosophy 2809 and the optional Religious Studies 3550 can be used to fulfil the Group A breadth of knowledge requirement. The required Environmental Studies core courses will fulfil the Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis requirement.