Program or Block Transfer, 1999-2000

For the most part, credit transfer involving public post-secondary institutions in this province occurs on a course-by-course basis. There are, however, program or block transfer arrangements also available to students (see following tables). For more information consult the appropriate institutional calendar or Registrar/Student Service Offices.

Within the Province

Sending Institution Receiving Institution
Program or Block Block of Credit Granted
3 Year Engineering Technology Diploma Program completed at the College of the North Atlantic or Fisheries & Marine Institute with an overall average of 75%. 1st Year University at Memorial University with eligibility for application to Term 1, Bachelor of Engineering Degree Program.
3 Year Diploma Program in Nursing Education – R.N. completed in Hospital Schools of Nursing. 45 unspecified credit hours in the Bachelor of Nursing Program at Memorial University.
Graduates from MUN holding an appropriate Bachelor of Science degree. May be considered for advanced standing to the 2nd year of the Medical Laboratory program at the College of the North Atlantic. Limited spaces are available due to severe space restrictions.
A total of six (6) years of training and work experience in an occupational area. A maximum of 30 credit hours towards the Diploma/Degree of Bachelor of Education (Post Secondary) at Memorial University.
3 year Engineering Technology Diploma program in Naval Architecture or Marine System Design completed at the Fisheries & Marine Institute with an overall average of at least 75%. May be admitted to a Bridging Program offered by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial University and if successful will be promoted to academic Term 4 of the Ocean and Naval Architectural Engineering Degree Program.
Completion of a Diploma in either Nautical Science or Marine Engineering Technology at the Fisheries and Marine Institute. Entry into a 39 credit hour Bachelor of Maritime Studies (BMS) Degree Program at Memorial University.
Three-year Environmental Technology Diploma completed at the College of the North Atlantic (Corner Brook campus). 45 unspecified credit hours and entry into year 2 of the Environmental Science, Bachelor of Science degree program offered at Sir Wilfred Grenfell College.
Completion of the two-year Diploma in Community Recreation Leadership Program from the College of the North Atlantic. May be admitted with advanced standing to the Bachelor of Recreation (Co-op) Degree Program at Memorial University.
Graduates of a three year accredited diploma from the Fisheries & Marine Institute or the College of the North Atlantic in Health Sciences or Engineering Technology (or a similar diploma taken from a recognized university/college and acceptable to the Admissions Committee). Entry into a 39 credit hour Bachelor of Technology Degree Program at Memorial University.
Graduates of a three-year Business Management diploma program from the College of the North Atlantic 1May be considered for admission to Term 3 of the Bachelor of Commerce (Cooperative) Program at Memorial University1May be considered for admission directly into the Bachelor of Business Administration or the Bachelor of Commerce (non-Cooperative) Program. If admitted, they will be required to complete a minimum of forty-five credit hours beyond those used towards their College Diploma.
Two Year Adventure Tourism Diploma Program completed at the College of the North Atlantic (or who are in their final semester of the program). May be admitted with Advanced Standing into the Environmental Studies degree program offered by Sir Wilfred Grenfell College
Civil Engineering Technology Diploma Program from College of the North Atlantic with an overall average of at least 75%. May be admitted to a Bridging Program offered by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial University and if successful will be promoted to academic Term 4 of the Civil Engineering Degree Program.
Electrical Engineering Technology Diploma Program or Electronics Engineering Technology Diploma Program from College of the North Atlantic with an overall average of at least 75%. May be admitted to a Bridging Program offered by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial University and if successful will be promoted to academic Term 4 of the Electrical or Computer Engineering Degree Program.
Mechanical Engineering Technology (Power) Diploma Program or Mechanical Engineering Technology (HVAC) Diploma Program from College of the North Atlantic with an overall average of at least 75%. May be admitted to a Bridging Program offered by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial University and if successful will be promoted to academic Term 4 of the Mechanical Engineering Degree Program.

Outside the Province

Sending Institution Receiving Institution
Program or Block Block of Credit Granted
Primary Technology Common First Year completed at the College of the North Atlantic and Fisheries & Marine Institute. 12 credits toward study at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College.
3 year Petroleum Engineering Technology Program completed at the College of the North Atlantic. 65 credits toward a Bachelor of Technology at Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology.
2 year Environmental Technology Program completed at the College of the North Atlantic. 2 years of the 3 year Environmental Technology Program at the University College of Cape Breton.
2 year Forestry Resources Technology Program completed at the College of the North Atlantic. Advanced standing (11 courses) towards Bachelor of Science (Honors) in Forestry at Lakehead University.
Courses completed during first two years at Universities/Colleges that are ordinary members of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC) Course for course credit transfer at Memorial University to a maximum of 60 credit hours in accordance with the Pan-Canadian Protocol on the transferability of University credits.
Diploma of Applied Arts – Community Studies completed at the College of the North Atlantic. 1 year of 3-year Bachelor of Arts – Community Studies at the University College of Cape Breton.
Diploma of Applied Arts – Visual Arts completed at the College of the North Atlantic. Up to 2 years of 4 year Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.

1Specific course requirements will be determined on an individual basis at the time of admission.