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|First Year Courses||Credit Hours|
|BIOL 1020 Biology 1: Principles and Themes||3|
BIOL 1020 Biology 1: Principles and Themes and
BIOL 1030 Biology 2: Biological Diversity, Function and Interactions or both
BIOL 1000 Foundations of Life and
BIOL 1010 Biological Diversity and Interactions
|PSYC 1200 Introduction to Psychology or
SOC 1200 Introduction to Sociology
|STAT 1000 (M) Basic Statistical Analysis||3|
|Total Credit Hours||24|
|Minimum Credit Hours:||24 credit hours of specific coursework. See the Applicant Information Bulletin.|
|Minimum Course Load:||
University 1 may be completed on a full-time or part-time basis; however, priority is given to full-time students [24 credit hours over one Regular Session (September - April)].
All admission requirements must be met by the end of April in the year of application.
|W Requirement:||Required for admission.|
|M Requirement:||Required for admission, and will be met by STAT 1000 (M).|
|Minimum GPA:||3.0 with no grade less than 'B' in required courses for students who complete a minimum of 24 credit hours in two consecutive terms. Students who have completed less than 24 credit hours in two consecutive terms, but have completed 24 credit hours in total, must have a GPA of 3.5 with no grade less than 'B+' in the required courses. See the Applicant Information Bulletin for details. Admission is competitive - a higher than minimum GPA is often required and varies each year depending on the applicant pool.|
Basic CPR Certification for Health Care Providers (through Heart and Stroke Foundation) is required prior to admission.
A Criminal Record Check, Child Abuse Registry Check, and Adult Abuse Registry Check are required and must be submitted prior to the start of classes in September.
A combination of grades (67%) and interview (33%). In previous years, Manitoba residents have filled all available admission seats and are given priority for selection. Eligible applicants will be considered in the following priority:
Applicants may be considered for admission under different categories. See the Applicant Information Bulletin.
Canadian Indigenous applicants who meet all admission requirements may be given special consideration. See the Applicant Information Bulletin for details.