International Baccalaureate (IB) Program, 2005-2006

The International Baccalaureate (IB) program is administered by the International Baccalaureate Organization headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, with regional offices worldwide. IBO offers to schools programs at three levels: Diploma – in the final two years of the secondary school (16-19 age group); Middle Years – for students aged 11-16; and Primary Years – for students aged 3-12. In this province, Holy Heart of Mary High School offers the IB Diploma Program.

POLICIES OF MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS RESPECTING AWARDING OF CREDIT FOR THE INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMME

IB SUBJECT MUN CREDIT RECOMMENDED IB STANDING REQ’D
Biology
(Higher)
Biology 1001, 1002 (Students who have received a grade of "4" can have the requirements for Biology 1001, 1002 waived and may replace those courses with higher level Biology courses.) 5
Biology
(Standard)
No Credit  
Chemistry
(Higher)
Chemistry 1050, 1051
Chemistry 1010, 1011
Chemistry 1010
6
5
4
Chemistry
(Standard)
Chemistry 1010 5
Computer Science
(Higher)
To be evaluated on an individual basis. 4
Computer Science
(Standard)
To be evaluated on an individual basis. 4
Economics
(Higher)
Economics 2010, 2020, 3030 + 3 unspecified credit hours (2nd year level). 4
Economics
(Standard)
Economics – unspecified credit hours (2nd year level). 4
English
(Higher)
English 1080, 1101 4
English
(Standard)
No Credit  
Environmental Systems
(Standard)
Environmental Science 1000 4
French
(Higher)
French 1500, 1501 4
French
(Standard)
French 1500 4
Geography
(Higher)
Geography 1050, three unspecified credit hours (1st year level), 2001, 2102 4
Geography
(Standard)
No Credit  
History
(Higher)
Six unspecified credit hours (2nd year level) 4
History
(Standard)
Three unspecified credit hours (2nd year level) 4
Mathematics
(Higher)
Math 1000, 1001 4
Mathematics
(Standard)
Depends upon topics covered. To be evaluated on an individual basis. 4
Music
(Higher)
Music 1120, 2012 + 4 unspecified credit hours (1st year level) (Applied Music) 5
Music
(Standard)
Music 2012 5
Philosophy
(Higher)
Six unspecified credit hours. 4
Philosophy
(Standard)
Three unspecified credit hours. 4
Physics
(Higher)
Physics 1020, 1021 4
Physics
(Standard)
No Credit  
Psychology
(Higher)
Psychology 1000, 1001 + three unspecified credit hours 4
Psychology
(Standard)
Psychology 1000, 1001 4
Spanish
(Higher)
Spanish 1000, 1001 4
Spanish
(Standard)
Spanish 1000 4
Theatre Arts
(Standard)
No Credit  
Visual Art To be evaluated on an individual basis 4