Competitive Admission

Admission is considered competitive in programs where the number of qualified applicants regularly exceeds the number of seats available.

In these competitive programs, you may need to achieve a higher admission average or complete additional admission criteria. 

Application process

  • Familiarize yourself with the admission requirements listed on your program web site or in the Academic Calendar. Be sure to review both the academic requirements and any additional program-specific admission criteria.

  • Apply and submit your transcripts and documents as early as possible.

  • Follow the guidelines supplied by your program to ensure additional program-specific admission criteria meets expectations and deadlines.

Competitive programs




Arts and Cultural Management


Bachelor of Arts


Bachelor of Child and Youth Care


Bachelor of Commerce


Bachelor of Communication Studies


Bachelor of Design


Bachelor of Early Childhood Curriculum Studies


Bachelor of Music in Jazz and Contemporary Popular Music


Bachelor of Physical Education Transfer


Bachelor of Science


Bachelor of Science in Engineering Transfer


Bachelor of Science in Nursing


Bachelor of Social Work


Correctional Services


Emergency Communications and Response


Fine Art


Massage Therapy


Paralegal Studies


Police & Investigations – Investigative Studies Major


Police & Investigations – Police Studies Major


Psychiatric Nursing


Social Work


Special Needs Educational Assistant


Theatre Arts


Theatre Production


Therapist Assistant – Physical Therapist Assistant/Occupational Therapist Assistant Major


Therapist Assistant – Speech Language Pathologist Assistant Major