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University of Alberta Calendar 2016-2017
University of Alberta
   
 
  Dec 17, 2017
 
 
    
University of Alberta Calendar 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Augustana Faculty


Return to: Admission Requirements by Faculty  

 

Augustana Faculty has a residential policy that requires all students under the age of 21 to live in residence for their first year unless an approved exception has been granted. Information on this policy can be found at: www.augustana.ualberta.ca/services/residence/. See also Admission and Readmission Deadlines  and Residential Requirement .

Bachelor of Arts

  1. High School Requirements

Subject Requirements

  1. English Language Arts 30-1
  2. Three subjects from Group A or C (see additional requirements below for specific majors and minors)
  3. A subject from A, B, C or Physical Education 30, Aboriginal Studies 30, or other approved 30-level subject. A maximum of two 30-level Language other than English subjects may be presented for admission.

Mathematics 30-2 is acceptable for admission as a Group C subject, though some majors require Mathematics 30-1 as a prerequisite for courses (see Notes below). Only one of Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2 may be presented for admission.

For other approved 30-level subjects contact Augustana Faculty Prospective Student Office at www.augustana.ca/admissions/ or phone 1-800-661-8714.

Additional Requirements

  1. For a major in Biology, Biology 30 and Chemistry 30 are required.
  2. For a major in Chemistry, Chemistry 30 and Mathematics 30-1 are required.
  3. For a major in Computing Science and Economics, Mathematics 30-1 is required.
  4. For a major in Environmental Studies, Biology 30 and Mathematics 30-1 or 30-2 are required.
  5. For a major in Mathematics and Physics, Mathematics 30-1 and Physics 30 are required.
  6. For a major in Modern Languages, French 30 and German 30 are recommended.
  7. For a major in Psychology, Mathematics 30-1 or 30-2 is required.
  8. For a major or minor in Music, completion of a music questionnaire is required. Contact the Augustana Faculty Department of Music at (780) 679-1532 by April 15 for Fall Term and December 15 for Winter Term.
  1. Transfer Applicants
    Refer to Postsecondary Transfer Applicants , Bachelor of Arts and Postsecondary Applicants.
  2. Nonmatriculated Applicants

Subject Requirements

  1. English Language Arts 30-1. See additional requirements below for specific majors and minors.

Additional Requirements

  1. For a major in Biology, Biology 30 and Chemistry 30 are required.
  2. For a major in Chemistry, Chemistry 30 and Mathematics 30-1 are required.
  3. For a major in Computing Science and Economics, Mathematics 30-1 is required.
  4. For a major in Environmental Studies, Biology 30 and Mathematics 30-1 or 30-2 are required.
  5. For a major in Mathematics and Physics, Mathematics 30-1 and Physics 30 are required.
  6. For a major in Modern Languages, French 30 and German 30 are recommended.
  7. For a major in Psychology, Mathematics 30-1 or 30-2 is required.
  8. For a major or minor in Music, completion of a music questionnaire is required. Contact the Augustana Faculty Department of Music at (780) 679-1532 by April 15 for Fall Term and December 15 for Winter Term.

Bachelor of Management in Business Economics

  1. High School Requirements

Subject Requirements

  1. English Language Arts 30-1
  2. Mathematics 30-1
  3. Two subjects from Group A or C
  4. One subject from Group A, B, C, or Physical Education 30, Aboriginal Studies 30 or other approved 30-level subject.
    For other approved 30-level subjects contact Augustana Faculty Prospective Student Office at: www.augustana.ca/admissions/ or phone 1-800-661-8714.

Additional Requirements
For a minor in Music, completion of a music questionnaire is required. Contact the Augustana Faculty Department of Music at (780) 679-1532 by April 15 for Fall Term and December 15 for Winter Term.

  1. Transfer Applicants
    Refer to Postsecondary Transfer Applicants , Bachelor of Management in Business Economics, and Postsecondary Applicants.
  2. Nonmatriculated Applicants

Subject Requirements

  1. English Language Arts 30-1
  2. Mathematics 30-1

Additional Requirements
For a minor in Music, completion of a music questionnaire is required. Contact the Augustana Faculty Department of Music at (780) 679-1532 by April 15 for Fall Term and December 15 for Winter Term.

Bachelor of Music

  1. High School Requirements

Subject Requirements

  1. English Language Arts 30-1
  2. Three subjects from Group A or C
  3. A subject from A, B, C or Physical Education 30, Aboriginal Studies 30, or other approved 30-level subject. A maximum of two 30-level Language other than English subjects may be presented for admission.

Mathematics 30-2 is acceptable for admission as a Group C subject. Only one of Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2 may be presented for admission.

For other approved 30-level subjects contact Augustana Faculty Prospective Student Office at www.augustana.ca/admissions/ or phone 1-800-661-8714.

Additional Requirements
An audition and completion of music questionnaire are required. Contact the Augustana Faculty Department of Music at (780) 679-1532 by April 15 for Fall Term.

  1. Transfer Applicants
    Refer to Postsecondary Transfer Applicants , Bachelor of Music and Postsecondary Applicants
  2. Nonmatriculated Applicants

Subject Requirements

  1. English Language Arts 30-1

Additional Requirements
An audition and completion of music questionnaire are required. Contact the Augustana Faculty Department of Music at (780) 679-1532 by April 15 for Fall Term

Bachelor of Science

  1. High School Requirements

Subject Requirements

  1. English Language Arts 30-1
  2. Mathematics 30-1 (for a major in Physical Education, one subject from Group A or C may be presented in lieu of Mathematics 30-1. Only one of Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2 may be presented for admission).
  3. Two subjects from Group C (for a major in Computing Science, one subject from Group A may be presented in lieu of a second Group C subject; see additional requirements below for other specific majors and minors)
  4. One subject from Group A, B, C or Physical Education 30, Aboriginal Studies 30 or other approved 30-level subject.

For other approved 30-level subjects contact Augustana Faculty Prospective Student Office at: www.augustana.ca/admissions/ or phone 1-800-661-8714.

Additional Requirements

  1. For a major in Biology, Biology 30 and Chemistry 30 are required.
  2. For a major in Chemistry, Chemistry 30 is required.
  3. For a major in Environmental Science, Biology 30 and Chemistry 30 are required.
  4. For a major in Mathematics and Physics, Physics 30 is required.
  5. For a minor in Music, completion of a music questionnaire is required. Contact the Augustana Faculty Department of Music at (780) 679-1532 by April 15 for Fall Term and December 15 for Winter Term.
  1. Transfer Applicants
    Refer to Postsecondary Transfer Applicants , Bachelor of Science and Postsecondary Applicants
  2. Nonmatriculated Applicants

Subject Requirements

  1. English Language Arts 30-1
  2. Mathematics 30-1 (for a major in Physical Education, a subject from Group A or C may be presented in lieu of Mathematics 30-1. Only one of Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2 may be presented for admission).
    See additional requirements below for specific majors and minors.

Additional Requirements

  1. For a major in Biology, Biology 30 and Chemistry 30 are required.
  2. For a major in Chemistry, Chemistry 30 is required.
  3. For a major in Environmental Science, Biology 30 and Chemistry 30 are required.
  4. For a major in Mathematics and Physics, Physics 30 is required.
  5. For a minor in Music, completion of a music questionnaire is required. Contact the Augustana Faculty Department of Music at (780) 679-1532 by April 15 for Fall Term and December 15 for Winter Term.

Bachelor of Science (BSc)/Bachelor of Education (BEd) (Secondary) Combined Degrees Program (Augustana)

This program consists of ★150, normally completed in five years, to fulfill both degree requirements.

To gain admission to the Degrees program, students apply for admission to the Augustana Faculty, and are registered in that Faculty for the first three years of the program.

  1. High School Requirements

Subject Requirements

  1. English Language Arts 30-1
  2. Mathematics 30-1
  3. Two subjects from Group C (see additional requirements below for specific majors and minors)
  4. One subject from Group A, B, C or Physical Education 30, Aboriginal Studies 30 or other approved 30-level subject.

For other approved 30-level subjects, contact Augustana Faculty Prospective Student Office at: www.augustana.ualberta.ca/admissions/ or phone 1-800-661‑8714.

Additional Requirements

  1. For a major or minor in Biology, Biology 30 and Chemistry 30 are required.
  2. For a major or minor in Chemistry, Chemistry 30 is required.
  3. For a major or minor in General Sciences, Biology 30, Chemistry 30, and Physics 30 are required.
  4. For a major in Mathematics and Physics, Physics 30 is required.
  5. For a minor in Music: Choral, completion of a music questionnaire is required. Contact the Augustana Faculty Department of Music at (780) 679-1532 by April 15 for Fall Term and December 15 for Winter Term.
  6. For a major or minor in Physical Sciences, Chemistry 30 and Physics 30 are required.
  7. For a minor in Physics, Physics 30 is required.
  8. For a minor in Second Languages: French, French 30 is recommended.
  9. For a minor in Second Languages: German, German 30 is recommended.
  1. Transfer Applicants
    Refer to Postsecondary Transfer Applicants , and Postsecondary Applicants
    Note: An admission grade point average of at least 2.3 is required.
  2. Nonmatriculated Applicants

Subject Requirements

  1. English Language Arts 30-1
  2. Mathematics 30-1

See additional requirements below for specific majors and minors.

Additional Requirements

  1. For a major or minor in Biology, Biology 30 and Chemistry 30 are required.
  2. For a major or minor in Chemistry, Chemistry 30 is required.
  3. For a major or minor in General Sciences, Biology 30, Chemistry 30, and Physics 30 are required.
  4. For a major in Mathematics and Physics, Physics 30 is required.
  5. For a minor in Music: Choral, completion of a music questionnaire is required. Contact the Augustana Faculty Department of Music at (780) 679-1532 by April 15 for Fall Term and December 15 for Winter Term.
  6. For a major or minor in Physical Sciences, Chemistry 30 and Physics 30 are required.
  7. For a minor in Physics, Physics 30 is required.
  8. For a minor in Second Languages: French, French 30 is recommended.
  9. For a minor in Second Languages: German, German 30 is recommended.
  1. Admission to Year 4 in the Faculty of Education
    All qualified Year 3 Bachelor of Science (BSc)/Bachelor of Education (BEd) (Secondary) Combined Degrees Program (Augustana) students will be promoted to Year 4 in the Faculty of Education provided that:
    1. A minimum of ★90 applicable to this program has been successfully completed.
    2. An AGPA of at least 2.3 has been achieved. (See Admission Grade Point Average (AGPA) Calculation  regarding the definition and calculation of the AGPA.)
    3. A Major GPA of at least 2.3 has been achieved, calculated over all courses in the Major Subject (but not including prerequisite and supporting courses).
    4. Spoken English Requirement: Applicants must also meet a spoken English requirement. See Language Proficiency Requirements  “English Language Proficiency” for specific score requirements.

Students in Year 3 who have completed less than ★90 toward the BSc/BEd Degrees program but who have an AGPA and major GPA of at least 2.3 may:

  1. Remain in Year 3 of the BSc/BEd Degrees program in the Augustana Faculty for one additional year, or
  2. Apply to enter the Augustana BA or BSc degree program.

Out-of Province High School Applicants

Out-of-Province high school applicants should contact Augustana Faculty Prospective Student Office with inquiries regarding meeting high school subject requirements for admission.

Postsecondary Applicants

  1. Students with previous postsecondary studies: Students who have previous postsecondary studies will be considered for admission on the basis of meeting the minimum matriculation requirements including high school subjects and satisfactory performance in all attempted postsecondary work. A minimum AGPA of 2.0 is required for admission. (See also Transfer from a Postsecondary Institutions )
  2. Readmission or Internal Transfer: Students who have previously attended Augustana Faculty or another Faculty and have interrupted their studies by as much as an academic year or more must apply for readmission by submitting the Application for Admission, Readmission or Internal Transfer form. Current students who wish to transfer to another program within Augustana Faculty (i.e., BA to BSc) or to another Faculty must submit the Application for Admission, Readmission or Internal Transfer form. (See Admission and Readmission Deadlines  for application deadlines.)
  3. Admission or Readmission after being Required to Withdraw or having Failed to Clear Probation: A student, who has been required to withdraw or has failed to clear probation from Augustana Faculty, another university Faculty or postsecondary institution, will not be considered for admission or readmission until one full year has elapsed. Students are not required to complete a minimum amount of coursework at another institution prior to applying or reapplying. A student who is not permitted to continue in a program is treated in the same manner as a student who is required to withdraw.

    A student who has been required to withdraw on more than one previous occasion will not be considered for admission or readmission to Augustana Faculty.

    Students are advised to contact the Augustana Faculty Prospective Student Office before applying or reapplying.

Visiting Students

Students from other universities or colleges are eligible to be considered for admission to the Augustana Faculty as Visiting Students if

  1. They are degree program students at their home institution;
  2. Their home institution provides a letter of permission;
  3. Their academic record shows satisfactory standing;
  4. They have completed a minimum of ★24 or equivalent at the home institution.

Visiting Student status is granted for a 12 month period. To extend this period Visiting Students must reapply and present a new letter of permission from their home institution. Visiting Students must reapply each year and present a new letter of permission from their home institution.

Special Students

Special Students are those who have been permitted to register in one or more courses which are not being taken for credit toward a degree program. Priority in admission in the Augustana Faculty is given to applicants to degree programs. Special Students may not have access to all courses offered by Augustana departments. To be considered for admission as a Special Student in the Augustana Faculty, applicants must normally have received a university degree from an accredited postsecondary institution, and must present a competitive admission grade point average.

Audit Only Students (Auditors)

Audit Only Students (Auditors) are those registered in one or more courses, exclusively on a not-for-credit basis. Students wishing to register solely as auditing students in the Augustana Faculty are subject to the policies outlined in Auditors , and should refer to this section for further information.