BC Student Outcomes surveys tens of thousands of former post-secondary students across BC every year. Key findings from the surveys can be found on the BC Student Outcomes Dashboard.
1. BC high school graduation (or equivalent)
2. at least a 2.0 (60%) grade point average calculated on:
1. Students who have completed 30 credits or a 30-credit credential may be considered for admission into year two of the program but must complete ABA 100, 101, 200 and 201.
2. Students who have completed an Associate of Arts or Science, 60 credits, or a 60-credit credential plus documentation of at least 300 hours of BCBA-supervised ABA experience may be considered for admission into year three of the program and will be deemed to have met the requirements of ABA 100, 101, 200 and 201.
3. If English is not your primary language, you must meet one of:
Applicants also have to satisfy CapilanoU's institution admission requirements as listed below.
Students must meet one of the following:
Students who do not qualify under one of the above requirements may submit a request for a waiver of the English Language Requirement form to the attention of Admissions in the Registrar's Office.
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The General Admission Requirements information can be found here:
For full details on the admission requirements for these programs click here.
The general admission requirements for International Students can be found here.
High school students with superior academic records may apply for limited admission which will allow enrollment in one or two university transfer courses while still attending secondary school.
The application must be co-signed by the applicant's parent or legal guardian and must be accompanied by a letter of recommendation from the school principal or designate, and an official copy of the secondary school academic record. Inquiries should be directed to the Registrar's Office.
Training in a program like this one can lead to different careers. Related occupations are presented to show potential career options, not definite outcomes.
Follow the links to learn more about these careers on WorkBC's career profiles.