As a CEGEP applicant you need at least one year of the D.E.C.Competitive admission averages vary by program. You must also meet our general entrance requirements.
|CEGEP Equivalent general entrance requirements|
|English 12||English 603 or French 601
|Academic Math 12||Math 201-105: Linear Algebra
Math 360-300: Quantitative Methods
|Pre-Calculus 12||Math 201-HSG: Intro to College Math
Math 201-NYA: Calculus I
Math 201-NYB: Calculus II
Math 201-NYC: Linear Algebra
Math 201-103: Calculus I
Math 201-203: Calculus II
|Chemistry 12||202-NYA: General Chemistry
202-NYB: Chemistry of Solutions
|Physics 12||203-NYA: Mechanics
203-NYB: Electricity and Magentism
203-NYC: Waves, Optics and Modern Physics
|Biology 12||101-NYA: Biology I|
If you have completed only one year of CEGEP study you are eligible for scholarship consideration. Visit Entrance Awards for more information about applying for our awards.
University credit for CEGEP
If you have completed more than one year of the D.E.C. you may receive university credit at Dalhousie. To view CEGEP work that has been assessed for transfer credit in the past, visit our Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table. If any of your courses are not listed on the Transfer Credit Equivalencies Table we may ask for a translated course description or course outline / syllabus. On receipt, we will review the class for possible transfer credit. To receive credit you need:
- to have confirmed your offer
- a final course grade of 60% or higher
- the course to be equivalent to one offered at Dalhousie
- the course to apply to your intended program of study
- to be within the time period to transfer to Dalhousie
If you completed any of your classes outside the time period to transfer to Dal, you will be required to request that these courses count towards your program.
Once our assessment is complete we will let you know which of your CEGEP courses transfer to your new program. You should arrange for translated transcripts with final grades to be sent to the Registrar's Office as soon as they are available.
Students with a current offer of admission should contact (902) 494-2450 or email email@example.com
Prospective students should contact firstname.lastname@example.org