Institution: University of New Brunswick Saint John - Faculty of Business
Information: Bachelor of Applied Management Degree
NBCC graduates of any 2 year diploma program with a GPA of 70% or greater receive 2 years full credit toward this degree and will be eligible to enter year 3 of the 4 year Bachelor of Applied Management (BAM) program.
Humber CollegeArticulation Period: Information:
Bachelor of Social Science - Criminal Justice
Students with appropriate pre-requisites and grades (min. 65%) may be eligible for admission into advance semesters.
Griffith UniversityArticulation Period:
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Griffith University will grant up to one and a half (1.5) years of advanced standing (i.e., entry into the fourth semester) of the Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice degree to graduates of the Criminal Justice Programs. Students may enroll online or on-campus, and additional information about online enrollment can be found at: http://studyonline.open.edu.au/griffith/criminology/
Athabasca UniversityArticulation Period: Information:
Graduates from NBCC's two year Criminal Justice: Corrections program may receive 45 credits towards the following Athabasca Programs:
Bachelor of Professional Arts in Human Services (BPA-HSRV)
Bachelor of Professional Arts in Governance, Law & Management (BPA-GLM).
Bachelor of Professional Arts in Communications Studies (BPA-CMNS).
Cape Breton UniversityArticulation Period: Information:
Bachelor of Arts Community Studies Degree (BACS).
NBCC graduates with a minimum grade of 65% can receive up to a maximum of 45 credit hours of transfer towards the 90 credits required for CBU's 3 year BACS degree and a maximum of 51 credit hours of transfer towards the 120 credits required for CBU's 4 year BACS degree
St. Thomas UniversityArticulation Period: Information:
Bachelor of Applied Arts in Criminal Justice.
NBCC graduates with a minimum cumulative GPA of 70% can receive 2 years credit.
Dalhousie UniversityArticulation Period: Information:
Bachelor of Technology (Small Business Management).
Students who have completed a non-business two-year technical/technology diploma program from NBCC and having a minimum cumulative average of 70% may apply for admission to the first year of the two year post-diploma Bachelor of Technology (Small Business Management) program at Dalhousie's Faculty of Agriculture (the "BTECH Program").