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MANY BACKGROUNDS. MANY PATHWAYS. MANY GOALS.

CONNECTED TO WHERE YOU WANT TO GO Graduating from High school Thinking about training for a great job? Wondering if you can afford college? Trying to figure out what career path to take?

PARENTS/GuaRDIANS Concerned about the costs of college? Wondering how a degree/diploma translates to a job? Ready to begin the application process?

CURRENT STUDENTS Wondering how to make your credential even more valuable? Concerned about financing your education? Searching for important dates in the school year?

COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY GRADS Determined to strengthen your academic credentials? Eager to improve your career prospects? Trying to gain a competitive advantage?

RETURNING TO EDUCATION Considering upgrading your skills? Thinking about the convenience of online learning? Wondering how to begin a second career?

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS About to begin college and living in a country outside Canada? Wondering about Algonquin’s

Connected in All Directions Applied learning responds closely to marketplace demands. Programs and courses are developed in concert with what employers need now and in the near future. Many of our students are hired soon after graduating. This Viewbook represents a collection of opportunities. Not only does it offer what you can learn, but how you can learn. From co-op engagements to graduate certificates to online programs, it’s important to know that you have options. There are many pathways to your future. For almost fifty years, Algonquin College has been growing. We’re proud of where we’ve been, where we are, and where we’re going. In fact, we are connected in all directions.

international partnerships/projects? Trying to learn English or another language?

TEACHERS/COUNSELLORS Need to know about campus tours? Trying to arrange a student presentation? Need more info about a specific program or course?

Front cover photo of Paramedic courtesy of the Ottawa Paramedic Service.

As you continue to discover new areas of interest, Algonquin College is connected with you every step of the way. Lifelong learning is more than just a slogan; it’s a way of life, an attitude, and one that will give you success and satisfaction.


PRIDE

CAREER SUCCESS

Photo of Michelle Valberg courtesy of Metroland Media.

MICHELLE VALBERG PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER MULTI AWARD-WINNER I followed my passion in photography and Algonquin College played an important role in helping me pursue my career path.”

FIND YOUR PATHWAY algonquinconnected.com/future


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81.5%

Algonquin Student satisfaction is the highest among Ontario’s largest colleges

The provincial government requires all colleges to gather and report on five Key Performance Indicators (KPIs): student satisfaction, graduate satisfaction, employer satisfaction, graduate employment rate, and graduation rate. Algonquin students are among the most satisfied in the province, rising 1.2% to 81.5% in 2013.

Get on the pathway to a successful career.

Great facilities and the latest technology.

Many opportunities for hands-on learning.


ConnectED To CAREER PATHWAYS

GET CONNECTED WITH YOUR PASSION Discover your interests High school students, talk to your Guidance Councilor.

Participate ACOV Jump Start Weeks (Pembroke) Campus Advantage Days (Pembroke) Fall Orientation Games Day (Pembroke) Fall Open House (Perth) Fall Open House (Ottawa) Winter Open House (Ottawa) Winter Open House (Perth) March Break (Ottawa) Spring Open House (Ottawa)

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At Algonquin College, we have programs and courses that meet current and future needs. From mobile learning to hands-on experience, from on-the-job placements to internships, we provide you with many pathways to success. Get connected via the College’s business partnerships and a growing alumni network. Develop your portfolio. Enhance your resume and ultimately secure employment in your field.

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BEST OF BOTH WORLDS

CONNECTED IN ALL DIRECTIONS

GET A DEGREE AT ALGONQUIN We offer specialized Bachelor’s Degrees. These four-year programs give you the perfect combination of theoretical knowledge and applied learning.

we’ll get you to where you want to go It’s about building networks and friendships, leveraging technology, and speaking with alumni and industry leaders. Algonquin College creates a learning environment that extends in all directions, giving you every opportunity to succeed.

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What’s a CoCurricular Record?

For those returning to college, we offer practical training with opportunities to upgrade skills to take you farther in your career or pursue new challenges.

It’s a great way for you to record your college-affiliated volunteer and leadership involvement. Not only is the Record complementary to your academic transcript, but to your résumé as well.

The Algonquin Experience is about providing pathways for your passion, with our student services helping you every step of the way. A combination of hands-on learning and theory make you a valuable prospect for employers. You are exposed to different ways of working, gaining perspective on your career and on life.

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THE FACILITIEs the campuses the programs the best Algonquin is the largest college in eastern Ontario That means you have options. Situated across beautiful campuses in Ottawa, Pembroke and Perth, for over 45 years Algonquin has provided an extensive range of hands-on learning programs, offering degrees, graduate certificates, advanced diplomas, diplomas, and certificates.

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Algonquin recently opened a campus in the City of Jazan, Jazan Province, Saudi Arabia. Our ‘Fourth Campus’ is the limitless, virtual territory of online studies and support. Mobile learning enhances your learning experience in and out of the classroom.

For more information: algonquinconnected.com/future

GOING MOBILE Mobile Learning Programs at the College mean that all students are expected to have and use a mobile device within their program of study. By learning with no-cost, popular, industry-standard software, you have an advantage as you enter the work place. How do you know if your program is a mobile learning program? algonquinconnected.com/mlearning


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YOUR PERFECT PATHWAY What do you wish to achieve? How do you get there? Many pathways arrive at the same goal. We may come from different educational backgrounds. Some already have certificates, others have earned diplomas. Some are returning to college, searching for a new direction for an undiscovered career. Others wish to upgrade skills to secure a more challenging job opportunity.

Extend Your Credentials By applying transfer credits, your Algonquin College diploma or degree can be credited towards a degree or another college — or even a master’s degree in certain disciplines.

Pathways are Also About How You Learn

EXPAND YOUR OPTIONS WITH NEW CREDENTIALS Degrees

4-year Bachelor Degrees

Collaborative Degrees

with Carleton University with University of Ottawa diplomas and certificates

3-year Advanced Diplomas 1-year Graduate Certificates 2-year Diplomas 1-year Certificates Online Options Apprenticeships International Opportunities

Study Abroad Study at Algonquin

For a list of educational institutions go to page 80.

You can study full-time on campus, or part-time, focussing on clinical/field, co-op work placements and apprenticeships.

Discover Mobile Learning It’s the next step. Use mobile devices to enhance your learning experience in and out of the classroom, obtain and work with course materials, and participate in collaborative online environments. Be sure to speak with a Counsellor. Get advice about the best pathway for you to follow.

RETURNING TO EDUCATION? Mature student? Check out the criteria.

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our ‘fourth campus’ At Algonquin, we embrace the dynamic possibilities of uniting technology and teaching. In fact, we have been offering online and hybrid courses since 2000. You receive a learning experience not defined by schedules and structures — but as a place where programs and services are accessible anyplace, anytime, anyway.

Mobile Learning Programs From Advanced Care Paramedic to Public Relations, Algonquin provides a long list of mobile learning programs. You have online access to course material, assignments, progress reports, and 24/7 access to a great collection of digital resources — plus software downloads that include Adobe and Microsoft products.

DIGITAL POWER WE increased overall Internet bandwidth from 500mbPS to 950mbPS in 2012–2013.

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ottawa campus canada’s capital Advantage Ottawa is the fourth largest city in Canada. It offers all the advantages of a big city, while remaining safe, clean, and easy to navigate. In fact, city buses arrive right on campus.

The federal government. High-tech companies. The Byward Market. Music festivals. Canada’s capital city has a unique combination of employment opportunities and pastimes. The campus is conveniently located next to College Square, a large retail and grocery complex. From our popular on-campus Restaurant International to visiting lecturers, you are connected with real-world, hands-on experience. Campus Transportation Located on Woodroffe Avenue, just across from the OC Transpo Baseline Transitway Station, Algonquin College is served by high-frequency, rapid transit service and many local west-end bus routes. In fact, Route 118 provides service on the campus.

Algonquin Centre for Construction Excellence (ACCE)

fitness The Fitness Zone is a state-of-the-art fitness centre located on the Ottawa Campus, dedicated to enhancing your quality of life through physical fitness. Get active by visiting our double gymnasium, the soccer dome and the aerobic/combative room.

Real-world, Hands-on Experience The Algonquin Centre for Construction Excellence (ACCE), with a floor space the size of over three football fields, allows for all construction and related design programs to be housed in a single location.

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PERTH CAMPUS A UNIQUE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Revitalized with a brand new facility that opened in Fall, 2011, the Algonquin College regional campus in Perth provides relevant, up-to-date learning environments for Specialty Trades, Business, and Community and Health Studies. The rural setting, small student population and small class sizes, contribute to high student success and retention rates in all programs. Situated between Ottawa and Kingston, and within an hour’s drive from each, the campus is home to 350 full-time students, with a unique and remarkable learning environment that is a signature characteristic of the Perth Campus.

Sudbury North Bay

Connected to History As a part of the Perth Campus, students in our specialty trades programs work on projects in local communities, where they are proud of the construction, enhancement and maintenance of a number of local buildings and public structures.

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SKILLS Applied hands-on learning.

94.1% employer satisfaction rate with algonquin college graduates

CAREER PLANNING Algonquin College Community Employment Services – Perth can assist with your career advancement. Whether you are upgrading your academic skills or are currently unemployed, we are here to help.

algonquinconnected.com/perth-employ

The Campus that Makes the Difference!

programs offered

In all of Perth Campus programs, you’ll experience hands-on and authentic learning projects linked to your theoretical studies. Students find ample opportunities in the region for applied and hands-on learning with our engaged community partners.

Diplomas Business Office Administration – Executive Health and Community Studies Early Childhood Education Police Foundations Social Service Worker Heritage Institute – Specialty Trades Carpentry and Joinery – Heritage Construction Carpentry – Advanced Housing Masonry – Heritage and Tranditional

Students engage in real-world learning by working in local communities through field placements with agencies, clinical placements in health care, and opportunities to work in various business settings. Perth area residents enjoy the benefits of the various construction projects tied to project cirriculum in the specialty trades programs. Join us and experience the benefits of studying at a small campus, in small classes with all the supports required for a sound college education.

LEED®

The Algonquin College Heritage Institute becomes Perth’s first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certified facility.

Certificates Business Office Administration – General (New) Health and Community Studies Personal Support Worker

Visit our program chart on page 45.

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PEmbroke CAMPUS Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley

Nestled along the shores of the historic Ottawa River, Pembroke is among the prettiest small cities in Canada and offers students a safe city environment that is walkable, friendly and affordable. Waterfront Campus The four-storey, 100,000 square foot building offers modern educational and physical fitness facilities and a variety of full-time programs, including Nursing, Business, Motive Power Technician, Radiation Safety, and the Environmental Technician programs. Part-time studies are also available. Sudbury North Bay

Pembroke

Our waterfront campus is a natural fit for some of Algonquin’s unique outdoor programming, including Outdoor Adventure, Outdoor Adventure Naturalist, Forestry Technician and Environmental Technician.

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Located 150 kilometres northwest of Ottawa, Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley is currently home to over 900 full-time students

Situated on the shores of the Ottawa River, just 90 minutes from Ottawa, Pembroke is surrounded by rural and rugged landscapes. A new waterfront campus offers a variety of general and outdoor programs.

SILVER

Pembroke campus wins silver from the Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education in the category Best Special Event for “Grand Opening of the New Waterfront Campus.”

Apprenticeship programs information: algonquinconnected.com/apprenticeships

Visit our program chart on page 45.

Come visit our new waterfront campus in Pembroke. Call Ellen at 613-735-4700 Ext. 2736

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programs offered degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing Diplomas Business (Co-op) Computer Systems Technician (Co-op) Early Childhood Education Environmental Technician (Co-op) Forestry Technician Motive Power Technician (Co-op/ Apprenticeship/Diploma) Office Administration – Executive Outdoor Adventure Outdoor Adventure Naturalist (Co-op) Police Foundations Practical Nursing Social Service Worker Certificates Construction Techniques Culinary Skills – Chef Training General Arts and Science – One Year Personal Support Worker Radiation Safety (Co-op) apprenticeships Carpenter the pembroke campus |

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Jazan CAMPUS saudi arabia

Algonquin College continues to grow internationally. We recently opened a campus in the City of Jazan, Jazan Province, Saudi Arabia. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has established the Colleges of Excellence (CoE), a model that offers quality vocational training programs through public/private partnerships with global, top-level training providers, focused on employer needs, enabling students to obtain world-class qualifications. Algonquin is proud to be among a select group of international education providers under the CoE model, bringing our experience in — and commitment to — applied education tailored to a digital world.

ADEL FAKEIH MINISTER OF LABOR AND CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF CoE Education has a tremendous impact on both the nation and the lives of individuals. Behind every great nation is a great system of education. In collaboration with our international partners, Colleges of Excellence will raise the bar in setting new standards for technical training in Saudi Arabia.”

programs offered Foundation Year Business – Accounting Business – Marketing Electrical Engineering Technician Mechanical Technician – Millwright Motive Power Technician Truck and Coach Technician Architectural Technician Contruction Engineering Technician Facilities Technicican Heating, Refridgeration and Air Conditioning Technician

1200 1,200 students are expected to enroll by September 1, 2013

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sources of financial aid There are three main sources of financial aid: loans, grants and bursaries. You may also qualify for scholarships, prizes and awards. While a scholarship may be based on high achievement, a bursary or a grant is often based on your need as a student at college. You can also apply to get financial aid for tuition, books and fees. Learn more at: algonquinconnected.com/financial-aid

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Many students also work on campus or nearby at College Square. Co-op work placements usually include paid work.

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Apply for OSAP and you may be considered for up to 10 grants and loans, including 30% off your Ontario Tuition. Talk to an Advisor: www.algonquinconnected.com/finance

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IMPORTANT DATES AND EVENTS Important Event dates 2013 Fall August 12-23 – ACOV Jump Start Weeks (Pembroke) August 28-30 – Campus Advantage Days (Pembroke) September 12 – Fall Orientation Games Day (Pembroke) November 6 – Fall Open House (Perth) November 7 – Fall Open House (Ottawa) 2014 Winter January 18 – Winter Open House (Ottawa) February 8 – Winter Open House (Perth) 2014 Spring March 8 – March Break Open House (Pembroke) March 10-14 – March Break (Ottawa) April 5 – Spring Open House (Ottawa) April 12 – Spring Open House (Perth)

IMPORTANT ACADEMIC DATES

Mature Students If you have not completed high school and are over 19 years of age on the program start date, you may qualify for admission as a mature student. If you are unsure of your college eligibility, you can meet with an Academic Referral Advisor.

algonquinconnected.com/referral

International Students Join students from over 100 countries who have made Algonquin College their home. See page 31.

algonquinconnected.com/international

2013 Fall September 3 – 2013 Fall Term classes begin (most programs) November 15 – 2014 Winter tuition fees due December 2 – Application processing begins for 2014-2015 admissions cycle December 14 – End of 2013 Fall Term 2014 Winter December 25, 2013 – January 1 – COLLEGE CLOSES January 6 – 2014 Winter Term classes begin (most programs) February 1 – Equal Consideration Date for 2014-2015 applications February 4 – Offers of Admission for 2014 Fall (non-highly competitive programs) February 17-21 – Study Break Week 2014 Spring March 4 – Offers of Admission for 2014 Fall (highlycompetitive programs) May 1 – 2014 Fall Applications – to confirm Offer of Admission to OCAS May 5 – 2014 Spring Term classes begin (most programs)

mature students

For mature students, returning to college presents special challenges. Contact an Academic Referral Advisor

SPEED IT UP WITH INTENSIVE PROGRAMS Intensive programs are often available for students who have completed previous postsecondary education and have previous work placement experience in a specific field.


WINNING Graphic Design Poster winner.

Business Management team top honours.

Carpentry Worldskills competition.


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CONGRATULATES... student success stories ... students Andrew Thomson, Tara Sisson, Jenna Marie Collins, and Coaches William Garbarino and Ian Anderson from our Business– Management & Entrepreneurship program, who bested competing teams to take top honours at the Vanier College BDC Case Challenge. ... Ian Blum, a graduate of our Animation program, who was an Animation Supervisor on the film Life of Pi that won a Visual Effects Oscar.

tara caldwell david bromley Graphic Design student wins Miami Fashion week poster design competition.

Cody malloch dan brigham Carpentry Apprenticeship student selected to represent Canada at 2013 Worldskills Competiton in Germany.

Andrew thomson tara sisson jenna marie collins william garbarino ian anderson Business Management & Entrepreneurship students take top honours at Vanier College BDC Case Challenge.

... Cody Malloch of our Carpentry Apprenticeship program, and Dan Brigham, Program Coordinator. Thanks to his own skills and Dan’s direction, Cody was selected to represent Canada for Carpentry at the 2013 WorldSkills Competiton in Leipzig, Germany.

More Information: algonquinconnected.com/sa

.... Tara Caldwell, a student in our Graphic Design program who, with support from Program Coordinator David Bromley, won the international poster design contest for Miami Fashion Week.

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I am enjoying my engineering technician program at Algonquin College because there’s a lot of hands-on projects and the professor is really helpful and caring.” Rim El-Mohtadi

Ideal combination of hands-on learning and theory.

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advanced technology Take an idea from conception to prototype The School of Advanced Technology at Algonquin College offers many postsecondary and apprenticeship programs designed to teach you how to apply new technologies in traditional and emerging fields.

Experienced Faculty Programs are taught by experienced and engaged faculty in a wide range of technician and technology disciplines. These programs are enhanced by industry partnerships, cooperative education and field work opportunities that give you the tools required to succeed in an advanced technology workforce. More Information: algonquinconnected.com/sat Apprenticeship programs information: algonquinconnected.com/apprenticeships

ADVANTAGES OF GRADUATE PROGRAMS

Advance your career. Education that fits your lifestyle. A stimulating learning environment. Learning for real life.

View an intro to one of our programs: algonquinconnected.com/vid-compsci

Programs Offered Degrees Bachelor of Information Technology (Network Technology) Bachelor of Information Technology (Photonics and Laser Technology) (Co-op) Graduate Programs Business Intelligence System Infrastructure (Co-op) Environmental Management and Assessment Geographic Information Systems (Co-op) Technical Writer (Co-op) Advanced Diplomas Biotechnology – Advanced (Co-op) Computer Engineering Technology – Computing Science (Co-op) Computer Systems Technology – Security Mechanical Engineering Technology Diplomas Aviation Management – General Arts and Science Computer Programmer (Co-op) Computer Systems Technician (Co-op) Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technician – Robotics Internet Applications and Web Development (Co-op) Manufactuturing Engineering Technician (NEW) Mobile Application Design and Development Motive Power Technician (Co-op) Water and Waste Water Technician Wireless/Mobility Telecommunication Engineering Technician (Co-op) Certificates Aviation Techniques – Aircraft Maintenance Apprenticeship Auto Body Repairer Automotive Painter Automotive Service Technician Automotive Service Technician (ASEP-GM) Commercial Vehicle and Equipment Microelectronics Manufacturer Truck and Coach Technician

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Y The Algonquin Centre for Construction Excellence (ACCE), with a floor space the size of over three football fields, allows for all construction and related design programs to be housed in a single location.

View an intro to one of our programs: algonquinconnected.com/vid-build-sci

One-of-a-kind living laboratory.

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The state-of-the-art Algonquin Centre for Construction Excellence, or ACCE, brings the next generation of carpenters, plumbers, architectural technicians, construction engineering technicians, and many other trades and professions under a single, green roof in this one-of-a-kind living laboratory.

From constructing bridges to designing more energyefficient buildings, skilled tradespeople play a vital role in the function of our society. New technologies and building methods are changing the rules of the game, quickly turning construction professions into specialized fields — demanding both hands-on and theoretical skills. More Information: algonquinconnected.com/acce Apprenticeship programs information: algonquinconnected.com/apprenticeships

GOING GREEN

The Algonquin Centre for Construction Excellence received LEED® Platinum certification from the Canada Green Building Council.

DEGREE Bachelor of Building Science Graduate Programs Green Architecture

An education that’s built to last

Learn New Technologies

Programs Offered

Advanced Diplomas Architectural Technology (Co-op) Electrical Engineering Technology Civil Engineering Technology (Co-op) Diplomas Architectural Technician (Co-op) Architectural Technician (Weekend Offering) (Co-op) Building Construction Technician (Co-op) Cabinetmaking and Furniture Technician (Co-op) Construction Engineering Technician (Co-op) Construction Engineering Technician (Weekend Offering) (Co-op) Electrical Engineering Technician Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician Powerline Technician (Co-op) Certificates Welding and Fabrication Techniques (Co-op) Welding and Fabrication Techniques (Weekend Offering) ApprenticeshipS Cabinetmaker Carpenter Electrician (Construction and Maintenance) Facilities Technician Plumber Refrigeration and A/C Systems Mechanic Residential A/C Systems Mechanic Residential and ICI A/C Sheet Metal Worker

Visit our program chart on page 45.

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We learned how to think on our feet, solve business challenges and present original ideas. Thanks to an education built to last and my immediately employable skills, I found my dream job.” Ashley Durbin, Business Administration

Excel in your chosen field.

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business Prepare for a career in the field of your choice Your business education at Algonquin College has three building blocks: knowledge, hands-on learning, and industry connections.

Learn. Study. Get Connected. As a student in the School of Business, your learning experience extends beyond the classroom, through work with live clients, field placements, work partnerships, clubs, co-ops and competitions — such as the annual Ontario Colleges’ Marketing Competition — that help enhance the knowledge and skills needed to excel in your chosen field. Students are taught a combination of relevant business theory and applied business skills, by dedicated professionals with connections to the business community. More Information: algonquinconnected.com/business Visit our program chart on page 45.

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Our postgraduate programs are scheduled for your convenience. Most programs have a combination of in-class and online learning with classes running in the evenings and on weekends.

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View an intro to one of our programs: algonquinconnected.com/vid-business

Programs Offered POSTGraduate Programs Financial Services Human Resources Management International Business Management Marketing and Business Intelligence Research Marketing Management Nonprofit Sector Management Organizational Quality Management Sport Business Management Degrees Bachelor of Applied Business (e-Business Supply Chain Management) (Co-op) Advanced Diplomas Business Administration with optional major specializations in Accounting Finance General Business Human Resources International Business (Co-op) Marketing Materials and Operations Management (Co-op) Diplomas Business – Accounting Business – Management and Entrepreneurship Business – Marketing Law Clerk Law Clerk (Intensive) Office Administration – Executive Office Administration – Legal Office Administration – Medical Paralegal Professional Accounting Certificates Court Support Services Office Administration – General


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My year in GAS was great. I didn’t students have much confidence in high school. collaborating Now I know what I can do! I am off to Graphic Design next year, with credits to transfer!” Shannon, Design Studies student

Explore your career options.

General arts

and science Explore your career options A General Arts and Science program gives you a wellrounded curriculum while helping you explore your options, offering a bridge to many careers.

Discover Your Potential You can earn a General Arts and Science (GAS) certificate in one year that gives you the skills or prerequisites required to apply to other college programs.

View an intro to one of our programs: algonquinconnected.com/vid-genarts

Programs Offered Diplomas General Arts and Science General Arts and Science – Aboriginal Studies General Arts and Science Year II Certificates General Arts and Science Community Studies Design Studies Environmental Studies Introduction to Concept Art Introduction to Fine Art Introduction to Music Industry Arts Justice Studies Media and Communication Studies Pre-Animation and Illustration Pre-Business Studies Pre-Health Sciences Pre-Nursing Pre-Technology Pre-Trades

With an optional second year in GAS, you receive a diploma and may be eligible to transfer credits to university or entry into another Algonquin diploma, advanced diploma or degree program. We have internal agreements with multiple Algonquin diploma programs for admissions, as well as Degree Pathways (Transfer Agreements) with Canadian, U.S. and Australian universities for entry into various arts and business degree programs.

More Information: algonquinconnected.com/genarts

Students build skills working hands-on.

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The Nursing Labs at Algonquin emulate the facilities in the industry, and this helped to prepare me for the real world. That’s why I chose Algonquin.”

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Authentic learning for real-life experiences.

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health and community studies AUTHENTIC LEARNING FOR REAL-LIFE EXPERIENCES We are leaders in healthy living education through living labs, on-site clinics and work-integrated learning opportunities.

Learning Opportunities Students have the opportunity to work in settings within the community through clinical or field placements. Selected programs offer opportunities in inter-professional learning experiences, camping events, and local and international community service projects.

More Information: algonquinconnected.com/hcs Visit our program chart on page 45.

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Algonquin’s first Medical Radiation Technology class graduated in December 2012 with an 87 percent graduation rate

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View an intro to one of our programs: algonquinconnected.com/vid-psw

Programs Offered Bachelor Degrees Bachelor of Science in Nursing Graduate Programs Clinically Intensive Orientation to Nursing in Ontario Orientation to Nursing in Ontario for Nurses Registered Nurse – Critical Care Program; Emergency Nursing; Mental Health Nursing; Perioperative Nursing; Registered Practical Nurse – Mental Health Nursing; Operating Room Advanced Diplomas Applied Museum Studies Child and Youth Worker Dental Hygiene Massage Therapy Massage Therapy (Intensive) Medical Radiation Technology Respiratory Therapy Diplomas Developmental Services Worker Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Education (Intensive) Fitness and Health Promotion Library and Information Technician Practical Nursing Practical Nursing – Foreign-Trained Nurse Practical Nursing (Certificate to Diploma) Recreation and Leisure Services Social Service Worker Social Service Worker (Intensive) Certificates Dental Assisting – Levels I and II Global Studies (GAP Year) Medical Device Reprocessing Orientation to Nursing in Ontario for Practical Nurses Personal Support Worker


Algonquin College’s Food and Nutrition Management program gave me the knowledge and networking opportunities to achieve a successful, rewarding and well-paying career in the healthcare sector.” Stephen Veaudry, Supervisor, Hospital Foodservices

Make valuable connections through work placements.

School of

hospitality and tourism World-class Experience All of the programs offered through the School of Hospitality and Tourism combine the theoretical knowledge and practical, hands-on experience that are in demand by today’s hospitality/tourism and wellness employers.

A High Demand for Graduates Our respected faculty use industry knowledge and experience to help you become hospitality and tourism leaders – providing you with the management and leadership skills you’ll need to excel within this dynamic global sector. Take advantage of the high demand for graduates in this growing field, and make valuable connections through work placements with our industry partners.

View an intro to one of our programs: algonquinconnected.com/vid-hosp-tour

Programs Offered degrees Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management (Co-op) graduate programs Event Management Food and Nutrition Management Diplomas Culinary Management Esthetician Hair Stylist Hospitality Management – Hotel and Restaurant Tourism and Travel Certificates Baking and Pastry Arts Bartending Culinary Skills - Chef Training Culinary Skills – Chef Training (Modified Delivery) Apprenticeship Assistant Cook Cook Institutional Cook Hairstylist

Visit our program chart on page 45.

More Information: algonquinconnected.com/hosp-tour Apprenticeship programs information: algonquinconnected.com/apprenticeships

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REAl-life learning labs

Develop your skills in our state-ofthe-art production kitchens and demo labs, and our full-service teaching restaurant and training travel agency.

A full-service teaching restaurant.

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Algonquin College graduate Ian Blum was an animation supervisor on the Oscar-winning film Life of Pi.

Take part in real-life assignments.

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media and design Design. Create. Inspire. We teach students to be graphic designers and animators, writers and actors, web designers and interior designers. We train professionals in advertising, broadcasting, journalism, entertainment and game development.

Get Hands-on Experience

Programs Offered Degrees Bachelor of Applied Arts (Interior Design)* (Co-op) Bachelor of Applied Arts (Interior Design)* Bachelor of Information Technology* (Interactive Multimedia and Design) (Bridging Program) Graduate Programs Interactive Multimedia Kitchen and Bath Design Scriptwriting Mobile and Social Media Management Advanced Diplomas Advertising and Marketing Communications Management Animation* Game Development Graphic Design*

More Information: algonquinconnected.com/media

Diplomas Interactive Multimedia Developer Interior Decorating Broadcasting – Radio Broadcasting – Television Horticultural Industries (Co-op) Journalism Music Industry Arts Photography Professional Writing Public Relations Theatre Arts

Visit our program chart on page 45.

CERTIFICATES Performance Arts (NEW)

Every program offers unique experiences. From taking part in real-life assignments, interacting with guest speakers and pitching your ideas to top industry professionals, to internships, awards competitions and fieldwork, you get hands-on experience at the School of Media and Design.

AWARD WINNING STUDENTS

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Graphic design student Tara Caldwell won the international 2013 Miami Fashion Week Graphic Artist Poster Competition.

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* This program requires a portfolio as part of the admission requirements. Visit our website for more information.


Y 2010 Algonquin College graduate Candice Boyle works for The Ottawa Paramedic Service as a Primary Care Paramedic.

View an intro to one of our programs: algonquinconnected.com/vidvictimology

An impressive range of training and technology facilities.

POLICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY

Programs Offered graduate CERTIFICATES Advanced Care Paramedic Victimology

INSTITUTE

Diplomas Community and Justice Services Paramedic Police Foundations Veterinary Technician

Real Learning for real-life careers Algonquin College is at the forefront of police and public safety and veterinary programs – through living labs, onsite clinics and work-integrated learning opportunities. We prepare caring individuals to provide community and justice services, support victims of crime, and provide health care to animals.

Impressive Facilities The Police and Public Safety Institute houses an impressive range of training and technology facilities, including living labs, ambulances, a pumper truck for firefighter training, fitness facilities and a state-of-the-art Animal Health Care Facility for our veterinary programs.

Certificates Pre-Service Firefighter Education and Training Veterinary Assistant

COREY BOWEN POLICE OFFICER

I chose Algonquin College as I was looking at getting into policing and I heard the Police Foundations was a good program to improve my knowledge of policing in Canada... Algonquin made me a better candidate and one of the reasons I was hired with the OPP.”

More Information: algonquinconnected.com/ppsi Visit our program chart on page 45.

100%

Pass rate for graduates of our Paramedic program taking the provincial certification exam over the past eleven years.

State-of-the-art animal health care.

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CENTRE for

continuing and online learning (CCOL) Choose how you want to connect Advance your skills with a certificate or diploma from the Centre for Continuing and Online Learning. Online and part-time program options give you the flexibility to work around your busy schedule. With well over 120 programs available full-time online, part-time online, and on campus, you can advance your career, no matter what your niche.

FULL-TIME ONLINE If you’re a self-directed and committed learner, full-time online programs give you an alternate, flexible way to achieve a diploma or certificate. These programs demand the same level of discipline, attention, and time as studying full-time on campus. Full-time online learning allows you to study from the comfort of your own home.

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RETURNING PART-TIME ONLINE TO EDUCATION? Part-time online learning allows

RETURNING PART-TIME ON TO EDUCATION? CAMPUS

you to around your busy Core to work all Mobile Learning schedule from the comfort of all Programs at the College is that your own home, or anywhere. students are expected to have and Youacan access yourwithin. courses use mobile device 24/7, and facilitators can answer questions. Algonquin is a member of OntarioLearn, a partnership of 24 Ontario Colleges that have combined their resources to increase your online learning options.

Core For to some all Mobile students, Learning learning Programs is easier face-to-face. at the College is that all students Studying are part-time expected onto have and use campus a mobile is alldevice aboutwithin. gaining skills through hands-on experience in specialized labs. Part-time on campus and online deliveries allow you to register on a courseby-course basis and balance your workload based on your active schedule.

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CENTRE

Need to become eligible for college? Through academic upgrading and advising, The Career and Academic Access Centre helps you prepare for further education, training and employment. Need to become college-eligible? Academic Upgrading’s Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate allows you to earn a Grade 12 equivalency. Courses are offered in English, math, biology, chemistry, computer skills and success strategies. Academic Referral Advisors meet with you one-on-one to discuss your academic goals and identify the steps necessary to reach them.

This is where you go to get started: algonquinconnected.com/caac

ACCES

career and academic acceSS

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The largest second-language training facility in Eastern Ontario.

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language institute

AMAZING “ RETURNING TO EDUCATION? The atmosphere at Algonquin

is just incredible. You’ll meet Core to all Mobile Learning Programs atpeople... the College is thatable all amazing Being students are expected to have and to get involved with the school use a mobile device within. lets you see how Algonquin can change people’s lives.”

Language skills you need for the life you want The Language Institute is the largest, most innovative second-language training facility in Eastern Ontario, offering you year-round, full-time and part-time language training and testing pathways. Essential Training Whether you are a newcomer to Canada, an international student, a prospective student, a current student, a government employee, or work with a corporation, the Language Institute can provide you with second language training in ESL, FSL, International Languages and American Sign Language. Algonquin College is an official test centre for IELTS, CAEL, TOEFL, and CELPIP.

Allison Burneau, First year student

programs offered American Sign Language General Arts and Science – English for Academic Purposes English as a Second Language Green roof filters water for Canadian Students English as a Second Language for International Students Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) French as a Second Language International Languages Occupation-Specific Language Training Teachers of English as a Second/Foreign Language

Visit our program chart on page 45.

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services

international student services Home away from home Algonquin College provides a welcoming environment for our international students. Join other students from over 100 countries who have made Algonquin College their home. Here to Help The International Education Centre helps guide you with the application process, including visas and study permits, supports your learning, and helps you settle into your new home.

More Information: algonquinconnected.com/intl

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Study Permit assistance and Academic Advising Services n Assistance in obtaining visas n Assistance in finding accommodation n Orientation to Algonquin College n Information on immigration policies and regulations in Canada n Airport Pickup n Organized social activities throughout the year n Counselling

STUDENT EMPLOYMENT To learn more visit: algonquinconnected .com/employment Student Commons Building

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services

services and support We offer the resources, services and support to help you succeed. Whether you’re looking for tips on adjusting to residence life, interested in activities to get more involved in the Algonquin community, or seeking job or volunteer opportunities, you’ll find the information you need through Student Support Services.

ABORIGINAL STUDENT SERVICES The Mamidosewin Centre provides a variety of cultural programs and services to Aboriginal students at Algonquin College. Aboriginal students may identify as any of the following: First Nations (Status or Non-Status), Inuit and Métis, as well as those with Aboriginal ancestry who are just discovering their heritage and want to learn more.

THE CENTRE FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES The Centre for Students with Disabilities is committed to ensuring that you have equal access to all educational opportunities and hopes that you will take advantage of our excellent services and resources.

students with Disabilities

health services

To learn more visit:

To learn more visit:

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n Centre for Students with Disabilities n Counselling Services n Employment Support Centre n Health Services n Mamidosewin Centre (Aboriginal Student Services) n Office of the Ombudsman n Residence Life n Learning Resource Centre n Student Affairs & Orientation n Student Success Services n Test Centre

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HEALTH SERVICES Friendly and experienced doctors and nurses are available on campus to provide primary health care and answer your health questions—ranging from the flu vaccine and birth control to emergency treatment for accidents and illness.

More Information: algonquinconnected.com/ studentservices


housing and

residence

off campus housing Affordable housing is available on or near the Ottawa, Perth and Pembroke Campuses. You can access our online housing list for help in making contact with landlords in the area. The Students’ Association maintains a listing of apartments, boarding and shared accommodations available for rent. When you don’t want to cook, various campus eateries will feed your cravings at breakfast, lunch and dinner.

ottawa campus View accommodations posted with the Students’ Association website. Be sure to check out tips to help with your housing search. More Info: algonquinconnected.com/housing

perth campus

GIGNUL HOUSING FOR ABORIGINAL STUDENTS Gignul, a non-profit Housing Corporation in Ottawa, working in partnership with other Aboriginal organizations, focuses on both shortand-long-term solutions, including supportive shelters to affordable, independent living. Some single student units are available. More Info: algonquinconnected.com/ mamidosewin-resources

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Sudbury North Bay

Montreal

Pembroke

pembroke campus The campus is located in a commercial and residential area with housing opportunities within walking distance of the campus.

Ottawa 1 HOUR

Perth Brockville

Midland Owen Sound

Peterborough

Kingston 4 HOURS

Barrie Oshawa

More Info: algonquinconnected.com/pembroke-housing

2 HOURS

Belleville

Toronto Kitchener Hamilton housing St. Catharines

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residence

Living in residence Living in Residence at the Ottawa Campus provides a unique opportunity to make new friends, join clubs, attend social events and fully immerse yourself in college life.

APPLY EARLY. WE ACCEPT APPLICATIONS YEAR ROUND. Most students are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis; however, we do hold a few spaces for special groups.

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residence amenities

residence fees include: n Common

lounges games rooms n movie lounge n workout room n Double-sized bed n Telephone line and voicemail n Three-piece bathroom n Kitchenette with sink, fridge and a microwave n On-site laundry facilities n Television in each room n Utilities n

Apply online at: algonquinconnected.com/res-rates

REZ life & more To learn more visit: www.algonquinrez.ca/

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Varsity AND

athletics

Keep active The Athletics Department offers a wide variety of leagues, tournaments and off-campus activities.

something for everyone Campus recreational sports are organized for students within a fair play environment. The Fitness Zone is a state-of-the-art fitness centre, located on the Ottawa Campus, dedicated to enhancing your quality of life through physical fitness. The Pembroke and Perth campuses also have new fitness facilities. Athletics, together with the Fitness Zone and Campus Rec (intramural sports), is funded by the Algonquin College Students’ Association.

GOLD The Algonquin WOMen’s Thunder basketball team wins GOLD medal at OCAA’s women’s championship!

varsity teams Men’s basketball Women’s basketball Men’s rugby Women’s rugby Men’s soccer Women’s soccer Men’s volleyball Women’s volleyball

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men’s basketball

March 2013 – the Algonquin Thunder wins an Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) bronze medal.

champions

Algonquin co-champion of Ontario Colleges Athletic Association women’s rugby for 2012-13.

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200+

YOU HAVE OVER 200 PROGRAMS TO CHOOSE FROM TO START YOUR CAREER PATH.

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Education that fits your lifestyle.

Real learning for real-life careers.


program INDEX 2014


full-time programs

AREA OF STUDY

page

Arts, Media and Design

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Business and Legal Studies Trades and Construction

48 48

Hospitality, Spa and Tourism

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Arts, Media and Design

48

Computer Technologies

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Engineering

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Health Studies

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Police and Public Safety Health Studies Computer Technologies Health Studies Trades and Construction Environmental Hospitality, Spa and Tourism Business and Legal Studies Hospitality, Spa and Tourism Business and Legal Studies Computer Technologies Trades and Construction Business and Legal Studies Arts, Media and Design Business and Legal Studies Arts, Media and Design Business and Legal Studies Business and Legal Studies Arts, Media and Design Business and Legal Studies Business and Legal Studies Health Studies Business and Legal Studies Arts, Media and Design Business and Legal Studies Language Computer Technologies Computer Technologies Police and Public Safety

46 47 53 54 56 59 59 59 60 60 65 66 67 67 68 68 69 70 71 72 73 73 74 76 77 78 78 78 79

BACHELOR Degrees Bachelor of Applied Arts (Interior Design) (Co-op) Bachelor of Applied Business (e-Business Supply Chain Management) (Co-op) Bachelor of Building Science – (Co-op) NEW Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management (Co-op) Bachelor of Information Technology – Network Technology (Co-op) (with Carleton) Bachelor of Information Technology (Interactive Multimedia and Design) (Co-op) (with Carleton) Bachelor of Information Technology (Photonics and Laser Technology) (Co-op) (With Carleton) Bachelor of Science in Nursing (with University of Ottawa)

graduate programs Advanced Care Paramedic Autism and Behavioural Science** Business Intelligence System Infrastructure (Co-op) Clinically Intensive Orientation to Nursing in Ontario Construction Project Management** Environmental Management and Assessment – NEW Event Management Financial Services Food and Nutrition Management Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation** Geographic Information Systems (Co-op) Green Architecture Human Resources Management Interactive Multimedia International Business Management Kitchen and Bath Design Marketing and Business Intelligence Research Marketing Management Mobile and Social Media Management – NEW Nonprofit Sector Management – NEW Organizational Quality Management Orientation to Nursing in Ontario for Nurses Performance Coaching** Scriptwriting Sport Business Management Teachers of English as a Second/Foreign Language Technical Writer* Technical Writer (Co-op) Victimology

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Arts, Media and Design Arts, Media and Design Community Services Trades and Construction Environmental Business and Legal Studies Business and Legal Studies Business and Legal Studies Business and Legal Studies Business and Legal Studies Business and Legal Studies

46 46 46 46 50 52 52 52 52 52 53

Business and Legal Studies Community Services Engineering

53 54 56

Computer Technologies Computer Technologies Health Studies Engineering Arts, Media and Design Arts, Media and Design Health Studies Health Studies Engineering Health Studies Health Studies

54 55 57 58 61 66 70 70 71 71 76

Trades and Construction Trades and Construction Aviation and Automotive Arts, Media and Design Arts, Media and Design Trades and Construction Business and Legal Studies Business and Legal Studies Business and Legal Studies Business and Legal Studies Business and Legal Studies Trades and Construction Trades and Construction Police and Public Safety Computer Technologies Computer Technologies Computer Technologies Trades and Construction Trades and Construction

46 46 47 50 50 50 51 51 51 51 51 53 53 54 55 55 55 56 56

Advanced diplomas Advertising and Marketing Communications Management Animation Applied Museum Studies Architectural Technology (Co-op) Biotechnology – Advanced (Co-op) Business Administration – Accounting* Business Administration – Finance Business Administration – General Business Business Administration – Human Resources* Business Administration – International Business (Co-op) Business Administration – Marketing Business Administration – Materials and Operations Management (Co-op) Child and Youth Worker* Civil Engineering Technology – (Co-op) Computer Engineering Technology – Computing Science (Co-op) Computer Systems Technology – Security Dental Hygiene Electrical Engineering Technology Game Development Graphic Design Massage Therapy Massage Therapy (Intensive) Mechanical Engineering Technology Medical Radiation Technology Respiratory Therapy

diplomas Architectural Technician (Co-op) Architectural Technician (Weekend Offering) (Co-op) Aviation Management – General Arts and Science Broadcasting – Radio Broadcasting – Television Building Construction Technician (Co-op) Business* Business (NSDP – Co-op) Business – Accounting* Business – Management and Entrepreneurship Business – Marketing* Cabinetmaking and Furniture Technician (Co-op) Carpentry and Joinery – Heritage Community and Justice Services* Computer Programmer (Co-op) Computer Systems Technician (Co-op) Computer Systems Technician (NSDP – Co-op) Construction Carpentry – Advanced Housing Construction Engineering Technician (Co-op)

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Trades and Construction Culinary Community Services Community Services Community Services Engineering Engineering Environmental Hospitality, Spa and Tourism Community Services Forestry General Arts and Science General Arts and Science Hospitality, Spa and Tourism Trades and Construction Arts, Media and Design Hospitality, Spa and Tourism Arts, Media and Design Arts, Media and Design Computer Technologies Arts, Media and Design Business and Legal Studies Business and Legal Studies Community Services Engineering Trades and Construction Arts, Media and Design and Computer Studies Aviation and Automotive Aviation and Automotive Arts, Media and Design Business and Legal Studies Business and Legal Studies Business and Legal Studies Outdoor Adventure Outdoor Adventure Business and Legal Studies Police and Public Safety Arts, Media and Design Police and Public Safety Trades and Construction Health Studies Health Studies Business and Legal Studies Arts, Media and Design Arts, Media and Design Community Services Community Services Community Services Arts, Media and Design

56 57 58 58 58 58 59 59 59 60 61 65 65 66 66 66 66 67 68 68 68 69 69 69 69 70 71

diplomas (Continued) Construction Engineering Technician (Weekend Offering) (Co-op) Culinary Management Developmental Services Worker Early Childhood Education* Early Childhood Education (Intensive) Electrical Engineering Technician Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technician – Robotics Environmental Technician (Co-op) Esthetician Fitness and Health Promotion* Forestry Technician General Arts and Science General Arts and Science – Year II Hair Stylist Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician Horticultural Industries (Co-op) Hospitality Management – Hotel and Restaurant Interactive Multimedia Developer Interior Decorating Internet Applications and Web Development (Co-op) Journalism Law Clerk Law Clerk (Intensive) Library and Information Technician Manufacturing Engineering Technician – NEW Masonry – Heritage and Traditional Mobile Application Design and Development Motive Power Technician (Co-op) Motive Power Technician (Co-op/Apprentice/Diploma) Music Industry Arts Office Administration – Executive* Office Administration – Legal Office Administration – Medical Outdoor Adventure Outdoor Adventure Naturalist (NSDP – Co-op) Paralegal Paramedic Photography Police Foundations* Powerline Technician (Co-op) Practical Nursing Practical Nursing – Foreign Trained Nurse (FTN) Professional Accounting Professional Writing Public Relations Recreation and Leisure Services Social Service Worker Social Service Worker (Intensive) Theatre Arts

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AREA OF STUDY

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Hospitality, Spa and Tourism Veterinary Environmental

78 78 79

Engineering

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Aviation and Automotive Culinary Hospitality, Spa and Tourism Trades and Construction Business and Legal Studies Culinary Culinary Health Studies

47 49 50 56 56 57 57 57

General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science General Arts and Science Health Studies Business and Legal Studies Health Studies Arts, Media and Design Community Services Police and Public Safety Environmental Veterinary Studies Trades and Construction

61 61 62 62 62 62 62 63 63 63 63 63 64 64 64 64 64 65 71 72 73 74 74 75 76 78 79

Trades and Construction

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diplomas (Continued) Tourism and Travel Veterinary Technician Water and Waste Water Technician Wireless/Mobility Telecommunication Engineering Technician (Co-op)

certificates Aviation Techniques - Aircraft Maintenance Baking and Pastry Arts Bartending Construction Techniques – NEW Court Support Services Culinary Skills – Chef Training Culinary SKills – Chef Training (Modified Delivery) Dental Assisting – Levels I and II General Arts and Science – Aboriginal Studies Community Studies Design Studies English for Academic Purposes (EAP) – NEW Environmental Studies Introduction to Concept Art Introduction to Fine Art Introduction to Music Industry Arts Justice Studies Media and Communication Studies Pre-Animation and Illustration Pre-Business Studies* Pre-Health Sciences Pre-Nursing Pre-Technology Pre-Trades General Arts and Science – One Year Global Studies (GAP Year) Medical Device Reprocessing – NEW Office Administration – General* Orientation to Nursing in Ontario for Practical Nurses Performing Arts – NEW Personal Support Worker* Pre-Service Firefighter Education and Training Radiation Safety (Co-op) Veterinary Assistant Welding and Fabrication Techniques – (Co-op) Welding and Fabrication Techniques (Weekend Offering)

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program chart 2014


2014-2015 FULL-TIME PROGRAM CHART

PROGRAM #

PROGRAM NAME

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

CAREERS

CAMPUS

START

DURATION

3005X01F

Advanced Care Paramedic Graduate Certificate

A community college Paramedic diploma or equivalent. An Advanced Emergency Medical Care Attendant Certificate (A-EMCA) in good standing, as recognized by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, Emergency Health Services Branch, Ontario. Applicants with pending status are eligible to apply. All applicants must complete an assessment through the Test Centre, and will be required to pay the current fee of $40.00 to $50.00 (subject to change). Applicants with more than 1,000 hours of paramedic (PCP) work experience (where references may be verified) and who have obtained a minimum mark of 70% have an additional 10% of their mark added to their selection examination grade. Applicants must possess an Ontario Class "F" driver's licence or equivalent prior to the start of classes. See www.algonquincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements including Police Records Check and Clinical Placement Eligibility.

Graduates are eligible to take the provincially administered Advanced Care Paramedic Examination and, if successful, may be employed as advanced care paramedics in Ontario. Graduates may also find employment in other jurisdictions across North America. Opportunities may arise in aeromedical transport, critical care, hospital emergency rooms, Emergency Management and education.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1456X01F

Advertising and Marketing Communications Management Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 70% or higher. Mathematics, Grade 11 (MBF3C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. Direct entry into second year: Applicants with a university degree may be admitted directly into second year. Applicants should contact the coordinator directly for more information.

Graduates may find employment with any organization that has a marketing, communication or promotion department. Opportunities exist in government, retail, manufacturing and service companies, public service agencies, and in the print, broadcast and new media industries. With experience, graduates may become self-employed or work in the creative and client-service departments of advertising agencies.

Ottawa

Fall

3 Years

1288X01F

Animation Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Portfolio required. Portfolio submission details can be found on the Algonquin College Animation website. www.algonquincollege.com/ mediaanddesign/program/animation

Graduates may be employed by animation or game studios as 2D or 3D animators, posers, location, character or prop designers, effects animators, clean-up artists, layout artists, background painters, scene compositors, modelers and riggers.

Ottawa

Fall

3 Years

0446C01F

Applied Museum Studies Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Complete a questionnaire which will be used in the selection of eligible applicants. Applicants with a recognized university degree may be admitted directly into Level 03 of the program. See www.algonquincollege.com for additional nonacademic requirements

Graduates may find employment in entrylevel technical and management positions in museums and galleries or other cultural/ heritage institutions. Graduates may also be employed as freelance museum contractors or as staff in antique or art shops.

Ottawa

Fall

3 Years

0188X01F

Architectural Technician Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

Fall Winter

2 Years

Architectural Technician (Weekend Offering) Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

0188X01F

Architectural Technology Advanced Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

Graduates may find employment in architects’ offices, with contractors in a number of capacities, in a drafting service office, as building material sales representatives, in facilities management, and in municipal, provincial and federal agencies dealing with construction, real estate and planning. Technology: Graduates may find employment with architects, engineers and contractors, and in municipal, provincial and federal agencies concerned with construction, real estate and facilities management.

Ottawa

0188W01F

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MAP4C with a grade of 60% or higher) or (Grade 11 MCF3M with a grade of 50% or higher) or equivalent. Applicants who have been out of school for a period of time are encouraged to take a refresher course in mathematics and/or basic computer skills prior to the start of classes. Refresher/upgrading courses are available through Academic Upgrading courses, the Centre for Continuing and Online Learning and through local school boards. Architectural Technology: students who have completed all of the course requirements equivalent to the Architectural Technician program of study are eligible to apply to the Architectural Technology program. The number of seats in the Technology program is limited. Should the number of students exceed the number of seats, selection will be based on academic performance in the program.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

3 Years

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

CAREERS

CAMPUS

START

DURATION

3017X09F

Autism and Behavioural Science Graduate Certificate

Applicants are required to provide proof of successful completion of a two-year Ontario College Diploma (minimum) or equivalent, or an approved diploma or degree program in a related discipline: behavioural science, early childhood education, child and youth worker, developmental services worker, social services worker, sociology, psychology, child studies and education. See algonguincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements, including Health Requirements, Police Records Check documentation, and Clinical Placement Eligibility.

Graduates of the program work predominantly with children and career opportunities may include ASD treatment teams, school boards, community agencies and family settings.

Online

Fall Winter Spring

1 Year

0438K01F

Aviation Management – General Arts and Science Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MAP4C with a grade of 60% or higher) or (Grade 11 MCF3M with a grade of 50% or higher) or equivalent. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places; applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. Applicants are required to complete a Category 1 Aviation Medical Exam prior to the start of the first term of this program.

Graduates may find employment with charter service companies as line pilots flying passengers and freight, land or sea-based and single or multi-engine airplanes. Graduates who choose an Instructor rating may begin teaching ab-initio students on the principles of safe aircraft operations. Flight instruction is an entry-level position and one that is currently in demand worldwide. Due to the recent increase in hiring within the airline industry many instructors have moved into the airlines leaving employment opportunities for graduates.

Ottawa

Fall Spring

2 Years

1503X01F

Aviation Techniques – Aircraft Maintenance Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MAP4C with a grade of 60% or higher) or (Grade 11 MCF3M with a grade of 50% or higher) or equivalent. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places; applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Graduates of this Aviation Technician – Aircraft Maintenance Ontario College Certificate program may find employment at an industry entry-level as an aviation technician. Graduates from the two-year Ontario College Diploma program may find work with aircraft maintenance organizations, aircraft manufacturing, research and development and in component repair and overhaul shops. Many employers recognize completion of the two-year program with higher pay due to the increased training and experience. Completion of the two-year program further satisfies the structured training requirement to be eligible for Transport Canada’s AME licence in accordance with the Canadian Aviation Regulations.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

6148X03F

Bachelor of Applied Arts – (Interior Design) Degree Co-op Degree Pathway

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with a minimum of six Grade 12U or M credits including at least one Grade 12U English and Grade 12U mathematics. An overall average of 65% in six Grade 12 U, or M, or OAC courses is required. Subject to competition, applicants may be required to present grades/ averages at 70%. Portfolio Required. See www.algonquincollege.com for Portfolio information and non-academic requirements.

This program graduates interior designers equipped to fulfill leadership roles within the profession on a national and international level. Graduates may find employment in interior design offices, architectural firms, government planning and facilities management offices, healthcare environments, educational environments or other design and built-environment related fields. Graduates have the skills to work on interdisciplinary, multi-cultural design teams in a variety of settings. Over time, and with suitable experience, some graduates may wish to develop their own firms. With this degree, graduates may also be able to continue their academic studies in interior design and related disciplines, such as environmental studies, environmental psychology and architecture.

Ottawa

Fall

4 Years

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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Bachelor of Applied Business (e-Business Supply Chain Management) Degree Co-op Degree Pathway

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) and six Grade 12 university (U) or university/college (M) courses, including one Grade 12 U English course and one Grade 12 U Mathematics course, with an overall minimum average of 70%. (Ontario Academic Courses (OAC) can replace or be used in combination with U or M courses.) Requirements for Mature Applicants without a high school diploma at the start of the program: Applicants must have completed at least one OAC or U Mathematics course and one OAC or U English Course.

Graduates of the program have been successful in securing employment in any supply chain function or related technology and are creative developers and appliers of new technology and business processes. On the supply side, graduates work in procurement, contract management, and supplier relationship management. On the demand side, graduates may be employed in forecasting, customer relationship management and distribution systems. Internal to an organization, graduates specialize in production and quality along with capacity/resource management. Related to the supply chain in general, graduates are business analysts, enterprise application consultants, project managers and logisticians. eSCM professionals are responsible for creating and executing the plans of organizations and using business analysis to improve processes in all industry sectors. They work at the core of every business to ensure efficiency and effectiveness. All people and all organizations form part of a supply chain. As these chains become more tightly woven, often through the use of technology, graduates of this program provide the leadership required by industry and society.

Ottawa

Fall

4 Years

1512X03F

Bachelor of Building Science Degree Co-op

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent with a minimum of six Grade 12 university (U) or university/college (M) courses. The six Grade 12 credits to include: one Grade 12 U English course, one Grade 12 U Mathematics course and one grade 12 U Science course (Physics preferred). A grade of 70% in the required courses and an overall average of 65% in the six Grade 12 U, or M courses. (Ontario Academic Courses (OAC) can replace or be used in combination with U or M courses.) Requirements for Mature Students: Grade 12 U or OAC English, Grade 12 U or OAC Mathematics and Grade 12 U or OAC Science. Minimum grade of 70% required in each course.

Graduates may work in architect's offices, engineering firms, contracting companies and government agencies and departments as researchers, junior analysts, project officers, building specialists, technical staff, architectural and construction project team leaders and consultants.

Ottawa

Fall

4 Years

6225X03F

Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management Degree Co-op

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with a minimum of six Grade 12 university (U) or university/college (M) courses, including one Grade 12 U or OAC English and one Grade 12 U or OAC mathematics course. A grade of 60% in the required courses and an overall average of 65% in six Grade U, or M, or OAC courses. Recommended courses: basic computer software applications. Requirements for Mature Applicants without a high school diploma at the start of the program: Grade 12 U or OAC English and Grade 12 U or OAC mathematics. A minimum grade of 65% in required courses.

The Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism prepares graduates for careers both in North America and globally. Career opportunities may include hotels, boutique properties, resorts, cruise lines, restaurants, suppliers to hospitality and tourism industry, event planning, casinos, government, civil society organizations and consulting firms.

Ottawa

Fall

4 Years

6178X01F

Bachelor of Information Technology – Network Technology Degree Co-op Degree Pathway

To be eligible for admission to the first year of the Bachelor of Information Technology (Network Technology), the applicant must have completed an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), with a minimum of six Grade 12 4U or 4M courses with an overall average of 70% or better. In addition, these courses must include: One Grade 12 4U English, One Grade 12 4U or 4M Science, Physics (SPH4U) recommended, One Grade 12 4U Math, either Calculus and Vectors (MCV4U) or Advanced Functions (MHF4U) are recommended. Full admission requirements can be found at: bitdegree.ca

Internet Network Specialist – Intermediate to Senior Level, Network Administrator – Intermediate to Senior Level, Network Analyst – Intermediate Level, Network Applications Programmer/Developer – Intermediate Level, Technical Sales Support – Intermediate to Senior Level, Advanced Studies and Applied Research in Communications and Networking and Training and Education.

Ottawa Carleton University

Fall

4 Years

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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6140X01F

Bachelor of Information Technology – Interactive Multimedia and Design Degree Co-op Degree Pathway

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), with a minimum of six Grade 12 4U or 4M courses. Your six Grade 12 4U or 4M courses must include one of Grade 12 4U Calculus (MCB4U) or Algebra (MGA4U). Grade 12 4U Physics and Enlgish are recommended. You are required to submit a portfolio of work that demonstrates your creativity and aptitude for visual design work. Creative work could include drawing, collage, graphic design, photography, set design and craft design (pottery, jewellery, etc.). There are no restrictions on the media that can be submitted. Generally, your portfolio and academic records are considered equally when you are evaluated for admission to the program.

Graduates may find employment as multimedia designers in the high-tech industry (small to large firms) developing products that are experienced through a computer-mediated environment, or application developers in design studios, medical, educational or corporate environments or government agencies. Opportunities may exist in the manufacturing, and development of information networks and systems; the design, installation, operation and management of information networks; software development for businesses; development of information networks and systems integrators; and in government services, business enterprises and public organizations.

Ottawa Carleton University

Fall

4 Years

1516X01F

Bachelor of Information Technology – Photonics and Laser Technology Degree Co-op Degree Pathway

For admission to the Photonics and Laser Technology program, you must have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent, including a minimum of six 4 U/M courses. Your six courses must include: 4U English, Advanced Functions, Physics, One credit from: Calculus and Vectors, Chemistry or Earth and Space Science. Note: Calculus and Vectors is recommended. For all applicants outside of Ontario, please visit www.admissions.carleton.ca/requirements.

Due to the inherent breadth of the training there is a wide employment area accessible to a Photonics and Laser Technology graduate. Graduates may find work in various areas of fibre optic telecommunications, working in companies that focus on network integration and operation, network security, optical transport and fibre optic system installation. Other companies that employ our graduates are involved in optical thin film coating, laser engineering and research, optical crystal manufacturing, integrated opto-electronic manufacture and testing, laser system installation and service and advanced optical component manufacturing.

Ottawa Carleton University

Fall

4 Years

0616X01F

Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree Co-op Degree Pathway

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with a minimum of six Grade 12 4U or 4M courses, including Biology SB14U and Chemistry SCH4U (with a minimum grade of 65% in each), English 4U and Functions 3M or Functions 3U or one 4U Mathematics course. Mature applicant status includes: Biology and Chemistry 4U or the equivalent (minimum 65% in each), plus Functions 3M or 3U or one 4U mathematics course. Mature status applies to applicants who have been out of full-time studies for a minimum of two years since high school. A Mature applicant must submit a resume of their non-academic activities and a written statement outlining why he/she feels they have the potential to succeed. These are minimum requirements only and are subject to change. Admission is not guaranteed. Entrance averages increase based on the number of applicants to the program. For this program, interested students must apply through the University Application Centre. Applications are available online at: www.ouac.on.ca/applications.

Employment settings: hospitals, rehabilitation centres, long-term care, health departments, community clinics, schools, private industry, government, developing countries and disaster-relief areas. The legislated Scope of Practice for nurses from the College of Nurses of Ontario is: “The practice of nursing is the promotion of health, and the assessment of, the provision of care for, and the treatment of health conditions by supportive, preventive, therapeutic, palliative and rehabilitative means in order to attain or maintain optimal function” (CNO 2004). Graduates must be licensed by the College of Nurses of Ontario in order to practise in Ontario.

Ottawa Pembroke University of Ottawa

Fall

4 Years

1201X01F

Baking and Pastry Arts Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent).Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants are selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Graduates may qualify for employment opportunities in commercial bakeries, catering companies, in-store bakeries, restaurants, hotels and resorts. Some graduates move on to open their own businesses.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

1 Year

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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Bartending Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Applicants must be 19 years of age or older prior to start of classes to be eligible to enter this program. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Graduates may find employment as bartenders in a variety of establishments including bars, restaurants, hotels, night clubs, resorts, cruise ships and convention centres. With further training, graduates may advance to positions as bar or food and beverage managers.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

15 Weeks

1020X01F

Biotechnology – Advanced (Previously Biotechnology Technologist) Advanced Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MAP4C with a grade of 60% or higher) or (Grade 11 MCF3M with a grade of 50% or higher) or equivalent. Biology Grade 11 or 12 (SB13C or equivalent) with a minimum grade of 60%; Chemistry Grade 11 or 12 (SCH3C or equivalent) OR Physics Grade 11 or 12 SPH3C or equivalent) with a minimum grade of 60%. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English, mathematics, biology and chemistry or physics.

Graduates are prepared for fascinating work in a variety of laboratory settings including bioresearch facilities, analytical laboratories, commercial biotechnology goods and services production, agricultural, government and academic labs. The skills graduates acquire are applicable to research and development, pharmaceutical production, food or other biotechnology product manufacturing and environmental protection.

Ottawa

Fall

3 Years

0380X01F

Broadcasting – Radio Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). All applicants must complete an assessment in written language proficiency and a quiz on Canadian and current events. Applicants will be required to pay the current fee of $40.00 to $50.00 (subject to change). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Graduates may find employment in radio stations as announcers, studio operators, writers, reporters, researchers and producers. Opportunities may also exist for graduates to work as audio technicians in production houses and in online audio content.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

0381X01F

Broadcasting – Television Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). All applicants must complete an assessment through the Test Centre, in written language proficiency and a quiz on Canadian and current events. Applicants will be required to pay the current fee of $40.00 to $50.00 (subject to change). Reference letters in support of your application may be sent as a Word document to media@ algonquincollege.com. Applicants may be asked to participate in an interview. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Graduates may find employment in television stations, media centres, production houses, and community cable systems as studio and field crew members, editors, motion graphic artists, directors, researchers and producers. Opportunities may also exist for graduates wishing to freelance or start their own production companies.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

6442X04F

Building Construction Technician Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MAP4C) or equivalent. Mathematics, (Grade 12 MCT4C) is recommended. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Graduates may find work as apprentice carpenters. Graduates may also apply for entry-level positions in the following occupations: construction framer, interior systems installer, exterior systems applicator, door and window installer, concrete form worker, deck and porch design/builder, junior estimator and assistant project manager.

Ottawa

Fall

45 Weeks

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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0306X04F

Business (NSDP) Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics (MCF3M or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Graduates of Business programs may work in a broad range of employment settings in all sectors of business and industry, both domestic and international, including manufacturers, retailers, medical facilities, financial institutions, government offices, consulting firms, and other large and small businesses. As this program is general in nature, it is designed to offer the widest possible choice of career opportunities upon graduation.

Pembroke

Fall

45 Weeks

0306X09F

Business Diploma

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics (MCF3M or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Graduates of Business Programs may work in a broad range of employment settings in all sectors of business and industry, both domestic and international, including manufacturers, retailers, medical facilities, financial institutions, government offices, consulting firms, and other large and small businesses. As this program is general in nature, it is designed to offer the widest possible choice of career opportunities upon graduation.

Online

Fall Winter Spring

42 Weeks

0214C01F

Business – Accounting Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. Note: Only year one is available online. The remainder of the program must be completed on campus.

Graduates may obtain employment in the accounting departments of all sizes of businesses, all levels of government and other types of organizations. Graduates within these organizations may pursue careers in various accounting disciplines including financial accounting, managerial accounting and taxation.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

Online

Fall* Winter* Spring*

2 Years

0242X01F

Business – Management and Entrepreneurship Diploma Degree Pathway

EEnglish, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 11 (MBF3C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) are the fastest growing sector of the economy, internationally and locally. Many graduates are interested in managing a small to medium-sized business or starting their own business. Employment may also be obtained in both the private and public sectors where strong leadership skills and the ability to adapt to change are required.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

2 Years

0214E01F

Business – Marketing Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 11 (MBF3C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. Full-time online program: year one online, year two on campus. Note: Only year one is available online. The remainder of the program must be completed on campus.

Graduates may be employed in a wide range of marketing activities, including sales (both business to business and retail), sales promotion, advertising, web marketing and social media, marketing research and planning, purchasing, customer service and product/ brand management. They may work with domestic and international retailing, manufacturing, service and wholesaling firms, and in government departments and agencies. In addition to employment in the public and private sectors, some graduates may choose to open their own business.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

Online

Fall Winter Spring

2 Years

0214C091F

0214E09F

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to. * Additional start dates available. See www.algonquincollege.com/ccol for full details.

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Business Administration – Accounting Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. For all on-campus Business Administration programs, apply to Business Administration (Core).

Graduates may find employment in many sectors of the accounting field, such as financial accounting, taxation, auditing, managerial accounting and financial management. Opportunities exist in a variety of work environments, including accounting firms, small and medium sized businesses, service organizations, government departments and financial institutions.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

3 Years

Online

Fall* Winter* Spring*

3 Years

0216X01F

Business Administration – Finance Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. For all on-campus Business Administration programs, apply to Business Administration (Core).

Graduates may find a range of employment opportunities in various financial institutions, such as banks, trust companies, credit unions, finance companies, mortgage and insurance companies, brokerage and investment firms, stock exchanges, mutual fund dealers, financial planning organizations, and other firms that provide financial products and services. Graduates may pursue career paths leading to investment sales, investment advising, personal banking, financial planning and insurance advising.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

3 Years

0216X01F

Business Administration – General Business Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). Applicants with International transcripts must provide proof of either: IELTS-International English Language Testing Service-Overall band of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each band; OR TOEFL-Internet-based (iBT)-overall 80, with the minimum of 20 in each component: Reading 20; Listening: 20 Speaking: 20, Writing: 20. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. For all on-campus Business Administration programs, apply to Business Administration (Core).

Graduates may find a range of employment opportunities in all levels of government, and private-sector organizations.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

3 Years

0216X01F

Business Administration – Human Resources Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. For all on-campus Business Administration programs, apply to Business Administration (Core).

Graduates may find employment in all industry sectors in areas as assistants, generalists, or specialists in human resources planning, recruitment and selection, compensation design and management, training and development, labour relations, advising, management and consulting.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

3 Years

Online

Fall* Winter* Spring*

3 Years

Business Administration – International Business Advanced Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. For all on-campus Business Administration programs, apply to Business Administration (Core).

Graduates may find themselves working with small and medium-sized companies, governments, and other international business organizations. The main types of jobs include potential, analyzing market intelligence, developing and managing international marketing promotional strategies and activities, and participating in management of international operations. Graduates may also work with international business applications, such as supply chain management, web based technology and finance.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

3 Years

0216X09F

0216X09F

0216X01F

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to. * Additional start dates available. See www.algonquincollege.com/ccol for full details.

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0216X01F

Business Administration – Marketing Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. For all Business Administration programs, apply to 0216X01F – Business Administration (Core).

Graduates may find employment in one of the many sectors of the marketing profession: marketing management, sales and sales management, marketing communications management, product management, marketing research and business-to-business marketing.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

3 Years

0216X01F

Business Administration – Materials and Operations Management Advanced Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. For all Business Administration programs, apply to 0216X01F – Business Administration (Core).

Graduates work with related computer systems and in business applications in inventory management, production scheduling, material planning (MRP), capacity planning production control, purchasing, distribution, traffic, project management and related technologies, such as SAP. Students may also work in the fields of Lean process improvements and Six Sigma Qualty analysis. For more information concerning related careers see www.apics.org, www.pmac.ca, www.citt. ca and www.asq.org.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

3 Years

1514X01F

Business Intelligence System Infrastructure Graduate Certificate Co-op

Ontario College Diploma, Ontario College Advanced Diploma, Degree (in areas of business, science, technology, engineering); or equivalent.

Graduates may find a variety of employment opportunities as BI specialists in IT technical support and customer service support. Training in database design and administration may also present job opportunities in those areas. Employment may be found in organizations of all sizes in both the public and private sectors. Depending on the previous education and experience of the students, graduates may be positioned to move into managerial positions.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

0575X04F

Cabinetmaking and Furniture Technician Diploma Co-op

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MAP4C) is recommended. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Graduates may find employment in furniture making and cabinetmaking, furniture repair refinishing and restoration, kitchen and commercial cabinetry, as well as boatbuilding and refitting. Other career options may include job estimating, sales of furniture, tools, hardware and machinery. Graduates are also well equipped for future selfemployment.

Ottawa

Fall

45 Weeks

0530X01F

Carpentry and Joinery – Heritage Diploma

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and Mathematics.

Graduates enter the workforce with an understanding of historical Canadian architecture and building construction methods that enable them to perform a wide range of carpentry tasks on renovation and restoration projects. Employment opportunities may be available in both private and public sectors including commercial, residential and general woodworking companies. Some graduates may prefer freelance opportunities.

Perth

Fall

2 Years

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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0476X01F

Child and Youth Worker Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway Highly Competitive

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a minimum grade of 65% or higher. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English. Eligibility for Direct Entry to Second Year: University degree in Social Sciences or a two-year diploma in a Human Services program. 300 hours of documented work or volunteer experience with children and youth in a recognized community agency. Full-time online program: year one online, years two and three on campus. See www.algonquincollege.com for non-academic requirements, including Health Requirements, Police Records Check and Field Placement Eligibility. Note: Only year one is available online. The remainder of the program must be completed on campus.

Graduates may secure employment in an ever increasing range of settings that promote optimal development of children, youth and their families. As part of an inter-professional team, child and youth workers are front-line professionals in residential care facilities, mental health treatment centres, shelters, school programs, therapeutic foster care environments, community-based services/ resource centres and youth criminal justice services.

Ottawa

Fall

3 Years

Online

Fall Winter Spring

3 Years

1605X01F

Clinically Intensive Orientation to Nursing in Ontario Graduate Certificate

NOTE: This is a progressive program; therefore, in each level of the program, theory and lab course requirements must be satisfactorily met before clinical practice can be accessed. See www.algonquincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements, including Police Records Check.

Employment may be found in a variety of settings including long-term care, acute care and community establishments, such as nursing homes, retirement homes and/ or non-profit agencies. Nurses must have current registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario to be eligible for employment.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

0466X01F

Community and Justice Services Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). All applicants must complete an assessment through the Test Centre, a reading comprehension test. Applicants will be required to pay the current fee of $40.00 to $50.00 (subject to change). Full-time online program: year one online, year two on campus. See www.algonquincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements including Police Records Check Documentation and Field Placement Eligibility. Note: Only year one is available online. The remainder of the program must be completed on campus.

Community-based agencies offering programs and support to youth and/or adults who need services related to issues such as mental health, addictions, employment, shelter and other life challenges. Justice-related agencies offering services to youth and/or adults who are in conflict with the law, or who are at risk of being in conflict. A variety of residential facilities providing shelter or transitional supportive housing. Services and programs serving and supporting victims of crime. Provincial or federal correctional institutions (note that all provincial and federal corrections require newly hired officers to take government-mandated training in addition to this diploma).

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

Online

Fall Winter Spring

2 Years

Computer Engineering Technology – Computing Science Advanced Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MCT4C) or (Grade 11 MCR3U) or equivalent. Applicants with (Grade 12 MAP4C with a grade of 60% or higher) or (Grade 11 MCF3M with a grade of 50% or higher) will be required to take additional preparatory mathematics as part of their program of study. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Graduates may find employment as systems, integration, and applications programmers and/or testers, and as customer service representatives providing training and product support to clients of high technology corporations. Graduates may also pursue careers in such diverse areas as game and multimedia development; GUI (graphical user interface) development; IT communications, IT security, real-time and database systems; web-based applications; and technical roles in all levels of government (federal, provincial, and municipal).

Ottawa

Fall Winter

3 Years

0476X09F

0466X09F

0006X01F

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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0336X01F

Computer Programmer Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent).Mathematics, (Grade 12 MAP4C) or equivalent. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places; applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. See www.algonquincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements including computer and mathematical skills.

Graduates may find a variety of employment opportunities as applications programmers and systems analysts who can work independently and as part of a team to analyze, design, code, debug, test, implement and maintain application systems. Training in web programming, business programming, database design and database administration may also present job opportunities in those areas. Employment may be found in organizations of all sizes in both the public and private sectors.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

2 Years

0150X01F

Computer Systems Technician Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MAP4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. Note: Applicants should have basic computer skills such as keyboard proficiency, Internet browsing and searching, and the use of an office software suite (word processing, spreadsheets, etc.) prior to the start of the program. The Mobile Learning Center Coach (C102) offers training in these skills if needed. See www.algonquincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements including basic computer and mathematical skills.

Graduates may find employment in a wide variety of areas, in the government, private and public sectors, at the junior/ entry-level in positions, such as network/ system installation, maintenance and/ or administration, and at the junior to intermediate level in positions, such as hardware/software sales and support, customer service support representative and technical support specialist.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

2 Years

0150X04F

Computer Systems Technician Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or MCF3M or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. Note: Applicants are encouraged to acquire basic computer skills such as keyboard proficiency and the use of an office software suite (word processing, spreadsheets, etc.) prior to the start of the program

Graduates may find employment as technical support specialists for PCs and Networks in a wide variety of corporate environments in the industrial, governmental and service sectors. Positions may also include system administration and maintenance for LAN/ WAN (Local Area Network/Wide Area Network), Internet/Intranet and Unix/Linux environments, hardware/software sales representatives, customer service support representatives, technical support specialists, network installation and implementation specialists.

Pembroke

Fall Winter

45 Weeks

0156X01F

Computer Systems Technology – Security Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway

Successful completion of Algonquin’s Computer Systems Technician (0150X01FWO) program requirements. For direct flow through students, a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher is required. Applicants who are not flowing directly from the Computer Systems Technician (0150X01FWO) program to the Computer Systems Technology – Security program OR applicants who have not completed a qualifying version of Algonquin’s Computer Systems Technician (0150X01FWO) program but with similar or equivalent knowledge/experience, will be assessed on an individual basis through an Advanced Standing application to the program’s Level 05. See www.algonquincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements including computer skills, completion of CCNA Explorer training or Certification.

Graduates may find employment in a variety of domains in the private, industrial, governmental and service sectors such as: Privately managed security firms; Security audit/penetration consulting firms; Law enforcement agencies (RCMP, OPP, local police forces, etc.) and associated security agencies (CSIS, CSE, etc); Information Technology consulting firms; Primary communications carriers and information service providers; and users of information networks, including government organizations; small, mediumsized and large business enterprises; public organizations (financial, health care, etc.).

Ottawa

Fall

3 Years

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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6785X01F

Construction Carpentry – Advanced Housing Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places; applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and Mathematics.

Graduates enter the workforce with the knowledge and skills required to perform a wide range of carpentry tasks on new construction, as well as the upgrading of existing buildings. Employment opportunities may be available in both private and public sectors, including commercial and residential construction focused on energy efficient, healthy buildings.

Perth

Fall

2 Years

0190X01F

Construction Engineering Technician Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

Fall Winter

2 Years

Construction Engineering Technician (Weekend Offering) Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

Graduates may find employment in many areas of the construction industry, including cost estimating of residential, commercial, and civil projects, surveying, project management, building inspection, materials testing and quality control and construction inspection. There is generally more opportunity for advancement for a graduate at the technologist level compared to the technician level.

Ottawa

0190W01F

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent).Mathematics, (Grade 12 MCT4C) or (Grade 11 MCR3U) or equivalent. Applicants with (Grade 12 MAP4C with a grade of 60% or higher) or (Grade 11 MCF3M with a grade of 50% or higher) will be required to take additional preparatory mathematics as part of their program of study. A background in science (especially physics and chemistry) is recommended. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. Technology: Students who have completed all course requirements equivalent to Construction Engineering Technician program of study are eligible to apply to the Civil Engineering Technology program.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

0192X01F

Civil Engineering Technology Advanced Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

Ottawa

Fall Winter

3 Years

1505X09F

Construction Project Management Graduate Certificate

A two-year community college diploma (minimum) in a construction or construction-related field or equivalent including minimum five years construction work related experience.

Graduates may find employment in a variety of construction project management positions. These positions include but are not restricted to project manager, site superintendent, project superintendent, construction manager and construction operations manager. The knowledge and skills acquired in this program position graduates for increasing levels of responsibilities in the completion of medium- and large-scale construction projects.

Online

Fall Winter Spring

1 Year

1519X01F

Construction Techniques Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MCT4C is recommended).

Graduates may find employment as apprentice carpenters, construction framers, interior systems installers, exterior systems applicators, renovators, door and window installers, concrete form workers, deck and porch design/builders, junior construction site supervisors or junior estimators.

Pembroke

Fall

1 Year

1206X01F

Court Support Services Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places; applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English. Note: Some employers may require minimum typing speeds in excess of 50 words per minute, and may also test potential candidates on skills such as (but not limited to) spelling, grammar and proofreading. Potential candidates may also be required to pass a criminal reference check prior to employment.

Graduates may obtain employment in a variety of professional and legal environments, such as provincially and municipally operated courts, official examiner offices, the Supreme Court of Canada and various tribunals. Graduates within these organizations may pursue careers, such as courtroom clerk/registrar, court monitor/transcriptionist and court services officer.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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0354X01F

Culinary Management Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants are selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

There is a strong demand for trained cooks and the food and beverage industry is now offering good salaries and working conditions to attract skilled personnel. Graduates may find employment in a wide range of career opportunities as cooks or assistant cooks in the food service departments of restaurants, hotels, motels, resorts, cruise ships, institutions and catering companies. The managerial content of this program enables graduates to progress into such diversified areas as food and beverage control, purchasing and receiving, as well as traditional employment areas, such as commis de cuisine, department chefs, junior sous-chefs, executive sous-chefs, chefs de cuisine and executive chefs de cuisine.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

2 years

0206X01F

Culinary Skills – Chef Training Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants are selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

1 Year

0206N01F

Culinary Skills – Chef Training (Modified Delivery) Certificate

There is a strong demand for trained cooks and the food and beverage industry is now offering good salaries and working conditions to attract skilled personnel. Graduates may find employment in a wide range of career opportunities as cooks or assistant cooks in the food service departments of restaurants, hotels, motels, resorts, cruise ships, institutions and catering companies. With further training, graduates may advance to positions as commis de cuisine, department chefs, junior sous-chefs, executive sous-chefs, chefs de cuisine and executive chefs de cuisine.

Online

Fall Winter Spring

1 Year

0608X01F

Dental Assisting (Levels I and II) Certificate Highly Competitive

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 60% or higher. Biology, Grade 11 or 12 (SBI3C or equivalent) with a grade of 60% or higher. Chemistry, Grade 11 or 12 (SCH3C or equivalent) with a grade of 60% or higher. All applicants must complete an assessment through the Test Centre, and will be required to pay the current fee of $50.00 (subject to change). Results from the HOAE assessment will be utilized to establish minimum eligibility and also ranked, with the highest ranked applicants given priority admission. See algonquincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements including Health Requirements, Police Record Check documentation, Clinical Placement Eligibility and specific forms that must be completed.

Upon successful completion of the NDAEB examination, graduates may find employment as dental assistants in general and specialty practices, community health settings, dental sales and dental supply companies

Ottawa

Fall Winter

1 Year

1927X01F

Dental Hygiene Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway Highly Competitive

English Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Mathematics Grade 11 or 12 (MBF3C or MAP4C equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Biology Grade 11 or 12 (SBI3C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Chemistry Grade 11 or 12 (SCH3C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. All applicants must complete an assessment through the Test Centre, and will be required to pay the current fee of $50.00 (subject to change). Results from the HOAE assessment will be utilized to establish minimum eligibility and also ranked, with the highest ranked applicants given priority admission. See algonquincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements, including First Aid and CPR Certification, Health Requirements, Police Records Check documentation, and Field Placement Eligibility.

Graduates may find employment as dental hygienists working in general and specialty practices, health care facilities, such as hospital dental clinics and lonnesses, agencies and associations. Long-term care facilities, community health settings, research and education, dental sales and dental supply companies.

Ottawa

Fall

3 Years

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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0436A01F

Developmental Services Worker Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher.Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available spaces, applicants will be selected on the basis of their Grade 12 English grades. NOTE: Although not required for entrance into the Developmental Services Worker program, a previous course in Biology (Grade 11 or equivalent) is recommended. See algonquincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements, including First Aid and CPR Certification, Health Requirements, Police Records Check documentation, and Field Placement Eligibility.

Graduates of the program may find employment in a variety of roles such as: educational assistant, developmental assistant, special needs worker, residential counsellor, employment specialist, life skills instructor, vocational instructor, family support worker and support network facilitator. Work settings include elementary and secondary schools, private homes, recreation programs, community residences, adult life skills programs, and local businesses, agencies and associations.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

0430X01F

Early Childhood Education Diploma Degree Pathway Highly Competitive

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English. See algonquincollege. com for additional non-academic requirements, including First Aid and CPR Certification, Health Requirements, Police Records Check documentation, and Field Placement Eligibility.

Graduates may find professional employment opportunities as educators in early learning and care programs (infant, toddler, preschool, school-age), nursery schools, resource and Ontario Early Years Centres, full-day kindergartens, programs run by community health agencies, and as home child care advisors. Opportunities in entrepreneurial areas (e.g. marketing of educational toys/ books/materials, consulting) are emerging. Graduates are required to register with the College of Early Childhood Educators to be eligible to apply for many jobs within the profession.

Ottawa

2 Years

Perth

Fall Winter Fall

Pembroke

Fall

2 Years

Online

Fall Winter Spring

2 Years

0430X09F

45 weeks

0398X05F

Early Childhood Education (Intensive) Diploma Degree Pathway Highly Competitive

Degree from a Canadian university in a related discipline (education, psychology, sociology, recreation) which includes at least one year-long course in psychology; OR Degree from a university outside Canada in a related discipline, which includes at least one year-long course in psychology; OR Community college diploma in one of the following programs, or equivalent human services program: Child and Youth Worker, Developmental Services Worker, Social Service Worker or Recreation. See algonguincollege.com for additional nonacademic requirements, including first aid and CPR certification, Health Requirements, Police Records Check documentation and Field Placement Eligibility.

Graduates may find professional employment opportunities as educators in early learning and care programs (infant, toddler, preschool, school-age), nursery schools, resource and Ontario Early Years Centres, full-day kindergartens, programs run by community health agencies and as home child care advisors. Opportunities in entrepreneurial areas (e.g. marketing of educational toys/books/materials, consulting, etc.) are emerging.

Ottawa

Fall

35 Weeks

0317X01F

Electrical Engineering Technician Diploma Degree Pathway

Technician: English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MCT4C) or (Grade 11 MCR3U) or equivalent. Applicants with (Grade 12 MAP4C with a grade of 60% or higher) or (Grade 11 MCF3M with a grade of 50% or higher) will be required to take additional preparatory mathematics as part of their program of study. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. Technology: Successful completion of Algonquin’s Electrical Engineering Technician program or equivalent. Plus the specified additional math courses. Applicants from other colleges should contact the program coordinator prior to applying to determine required bridging courses. Applicants who have not completed the Electrical Engineering Technician program may be given departmental approval to register for some courses in the Technology program, provided all prerequisites have been completed.

Graduates may find employment in the following areas: design and testing, manufacturing, installation and/or supervision, diagnostics and analysis of electrical, communication, utilities, and fire protection equipment and systems.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

2 Years

Ottawa

Fall Winter

3 Years

0318X01F

Electrical Engineering Technology Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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0550X01F

Electro-mechanical Engineering Technician – Robotics Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MAP4C) or equivalent. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Upon graduation, an EMET – Robotics Technician has a wide selection in terms of the areas of industry where they may find employment. Graduates can be found repairing, adapting and performing preventative maintenance in the manufacturing and service industry.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

2 Years

1517X01F

Environmental Management and Assessment Graduate Certificate

Ontario College Diploma, Ontario College Advanced Diploma or Degree in areas of environmental science, water and waste water, biotechnology; or equivalent with departmental approval. A degree in environmental studies with sufficient postsecondary training or equivalent in biology and chemistry laboratory procedures will also be considered.

Graduates may find employment in a variety of expanding fields, such as environmental research and site assessment, pollution prevention and control, water and waste water monitoring, regulatory compliance and policy development.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1212X04F

Environmental Technician Diploma Co-op

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MCT4C or MAP4C or equivalent). Biology Grade 11 (SBI3C or equivalent) is recommended. Chemistry Grade 12 (SCH4C or equivalent) is recommended. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and Mathematics. A current Standard First Aid and CPR certificate is preferred.

Graduates may find entry-level employment in the compliance and promotion sectors, as remediation technicians, in the areas of water and wastewater treatment operations, as contaminated site assessment technicians or working within the consulting industry as environmental practitioners.

Pembroke

Fall

45 Weeks

1103X04F

Esthetician Diploma

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants are selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Graduates may obtain employment in day or resort spas, salons, beauty institutes, health clubs, cruise ships and cosmetic firms. They may also be employed as sales representatives for manufacturers, distributors and retailers of esthetic products or may find opportunities for selfemployment.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

45 Weeks

0390X01F

Event Management Graduate Certificate

Successfully completed the equivalent of two years of a college diploma or two years of an university degree. Applicants who have not completed a university degree or college diploma may be considered based upon relevant event management work experience and/or post secondary credits achieved. Applicants will be assessed individually. Applicants without a diploma or degree. Applicants are required to complete an Eligibility Package.

Graduates may find employment locally, nationally or internationally, and work with a variety of event organizations, such as sports, arts, weddings, festivals, corporate, associations, convention centres, hotels, attractions, trade shows, government and non-profit organizations.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

1 Year

1308X01F

Financial Services Graduate Certificate

College diploma or degree, university diploma or degree in areas of finance, economics, business, marketing, social services, communications, or equivalent. Qualified applicants, who do not have a business-related diploma or degree, will be sent the Financial Services Eligibility Package via mail. Applicants will be required to complete and return the following three components: 1. A letter of intent, which requires the applicant to state their previous experience related to finance, banking or insurance, their program expectations and what skills, knowledge and attitudes they bring to the program; 2. Applicant’s Curriculum Vitae; 3. Copy of applicant’s transcript. Please contact the Program Coordinator for more information.

Graduates of the program may find employment as financial advisors in a broad range of financial institutions including retail banks, credit unions, financial planning offices, insurance companies, brokerage firms and other businesses dedicated to providing personal financial advice and services. Completion of the program leads to enhanced employability as graduates may become licensed to sell mutual funds by their employer.

Ottawa

Winter

1 Year

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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3010X01F

Fitness and Health Promotion Diploma Degree Pathway Highly Competitive

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Biology, Grade 11 or 12 (SB13C or equivalent) OR Chemistry, Grade 12 (SCH4C or equivalent) OR Health and Physical Education, Grade 12 (PLF4C, PSE4U, PPL4O, PAF40 or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English, and biology or chemistry or health and physical education. Full-time online program: year one online, year two on campus. See algonquincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements, including Police Records Check documentation, and Field Placement Eligib02ility. Note: Only year one is available online. The remainder of the program must be completed on campus.

Graduates may find employment in the fitness industry in a variety of settings including fitness and health clubs, YMCA/ YWCA, corporate recreation and fitness programs, and public and private fitness programs. Graduates may also find employment with community institutions for special populations, and municipal recreation departments. In addition, graduates may choose to become consultants or business entrepreneurs. They are prepared to meet the multi-dimensional demands of a growing market in fitness and health promotion.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

Online

Fall Winter Spring

2 Years

1204X01F

Food and Nutrition Management Graduate Certificate

A two-year diploma in Culinary Management or Hospitality Management or equivalent OR an undergraduate degree in Food or Nutrition Science OR consideration may be given to applicants with a one year college certificate in a culinary or hospitality program, if a minimum of 600 hours of hospitality related theory courses have been successfully completed. A program of study may be developed by the school, following an applicant assessment. The entire individualized study program must be successfully completed, to be eligible to graduate. Participants are responsible for all costs associated with such upgrading. Applicants who do not meet the basic course requirements may be required to take courses in Basic Accounting, English as a Second Language and Basic Principles and Practices of the Food Service Industry. Participants are responsible for all costs for such upgrading.

In the role of food and nutrition supervisor/ manager, graduates are qualified to manage various areas of nutritional care, food preparation and food service in healthcare, community or commercial settings. Responsibilities on the job may include diet calculations, diet and nutrition counselling, nutrition promotion, training of employees, food production, retail food and/or catering management, scheduling of food production and food workers, employee counselling and interdepartmental committee membership.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

1 Year

1801X09F

Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigations Graduate Certificate

Applicants are required to provide proof of a university degree or three-year college diploma in a related business area; or proof of sufficient work experience in the accounting, auditing or investigative fields. Examples of work experience recognized would be accounting, internal auditing, financial auditing, fraud examinations, investigation work, loss prevention, security reviews, financial risk analysis, compliance auditing, regulatory examinations and law enforcement work. Provide documentation that includes current resume/cv and a letter from an employer attesting to all relevant work experience (paid work only) in a related business/fraud investigations area (e.g., accounting, financial auditing, law/police enforcement, investigations and security). This documentation will be assessed for an equivalency to successful completion of a university degree or three-year college diploma.

Employment opportunities may include positions, such as forensic accounting/ litigation consultant, tax auditor, gaming investigator, insurance investigator and internal auditor. Graduates may find employment in the public or private sector in a variety of areas including fraud and economic loss quantification, expert witness testimony, criminal investigations and the rapidly evolving areas of computer fraud.

Online

Fall Winter Spring

1 Year

3010X09F

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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0108X04F

Forestry Technician Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 11 or 12 (MAP4C or MBF3C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Graduates are well-prepared to enter the workforce or to further their studies through university or the natural resources law enforcement (conservation officer) program. Geographic mobility is usually a prerequisite to employment with forestry companies, governments, private woodlot owners, hydro, municipalities, conservation authorities or resource consultants. Graduates may find entry-level work in the fields of tree marking, forest inventory, forest environment and ecosystem assessment, compliance monitoring, forest renewal, harvesting, parks, wildlife management, nature interpretation, arboriculture, bio-energy management and forest fire control. Self-employment as a forestry contractor or consultant is another avenue graduates may decide to pursue. Students have the opportunity to obtain industry-related certifications enhancing employment prospects.

Pembroke

Fall

47 Weeks

3013X01F

Game Development Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway Highly Competitive

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). A senior credit in physics is recommended. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Graduates may find employment as a game designer, game developer, game programmer, game engineer; graphic designer, graphic developer, graphic programmer, graphic engineer; software designer, software developer, software programmer, software engineer; animator, 2D/3D animator; concept artist, character artist; art director, technical director; 2D/3D artist; sound designer, sound engineer, sound technician; game tester; writer, author, scriptwriter, content developer; project manager; producer; level designer, scene designer, character designer, background designer; video designer, video engineer, video technician and instructor. Please note: Most opportunities in gaming exist outside of the Ottawa region.

Ottawa

Fall

3 Years

1438A01F

General Arts and Science – Aboriginal Studies Certificate or Diploma

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

This program is designed to assist students to further their education and/or select a career. Students entering the workforce can provide potential employers with well-developed learning abilities, a general knowledge gained in a wide variety of subjects, and a sense of personal and social responsibility.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year or 2 Years

1438B01F

General Arts and Science – Community Studies Certificate Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 60% or higher. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner, and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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1438J01F

General Arts and Science – Design Studies Certificate Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 60% or higher. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner, and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1438Y01F

General Arts and Science – English For Academic Purposes Certificate

To determine appropriate level of study, applicants to the EAP Canadian program are required to complete placement testing prior to the commencement of the program. The testing will be in the areas of reading, writing, grammar and speaking. A minimum of high-beginner level English knowledge is recommended for students of the EAP Canadian program. Students scoring below Level 1 will be placed in the Pre-EAP Canadian program.

Ottawa

Fall Winter Spring

1 Year

1438E01F

General Arts and Science – Environmental Studies Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner, and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1438U01F

General Arts and Science – Introduction to Concept Art Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Successful completion of a senior-level art course is recommended. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Winter

1 Year

1438F01F

General Arts and Science – Introduction to Fine Art Certificate Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner, and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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1438D01F

General Arts and Science – Introduction to Music Industry Arts Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner, and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1438P01F

General Arts and Science – Justice Studies Certificate Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

A General Arts and Science certificate or diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges, and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1438C01F

General Arts and Science – Media and Communication Studies Certificate Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1438G01F

General Arts and Science – Pre-Animation and Illustration Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 60% or higher. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1438Q01F

General Arts and Science – Pre-Business Studies Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 11 (MBF3C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. Applicants who have been out of school for a period of time are encouraged to take a refresher course in arithmetic and algebra prior to starting class. Refresher/ upgrading courses are available through Academic Upgrading, the Centre for Continuing and Online Learning and through local school boards.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

Online

Fall

1 Year

1438Q09F

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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General Arts and Science – Pre-Health Sciences Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 60% or higher. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner, and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1438N01F

General Arts and Science – Pre-Nursing Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Mathematics, Grade 11 (MBF3C or equivalent) with a grade of 60% or higher. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner, and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1438T01F

General Arts and Science – Pre-Technology Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 11 (MBF3C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner, and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1438V01F

General Arts and Science – Pre-Trades Certificate Highly Competitive

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 11 (MBF3C or equivalent) Applicants who have been out of school for a period of time are encouraged to take a refresher course in arithmetic and algebra prior to starting class. Refresher/ upgrading courses are available through Academic Upgrading, the Centre for Continuing and Online Learning and through local school boards. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner, and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1438M01F

General Arts and Science – One Year Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 11 (MBF3C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner, and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Pembroke

Fall

1 Year

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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0438W01F

General Arts and Science Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 ENG4C or equivalent. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner, and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Winter

2 Years

0438S01F

General Arts and Science – Year II Diploma Degree Pathway

Completion of a one year General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate, or the equivalent or permission of the department.

A General Arts and Science Ontario College Certificate or Ontario College Diploma demonstrates to employers, colleges and universities that graduates have the ability to learn at a postsecondary level, have enhanced skills in oral and written communication, can conduct research in a systematic manner, and are flexible and open to meeting new challenges. These are important attributes in a world where change is rapid and adaptability is an asset.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

2 Years

1588X01F

Geographic Information Systems Graduate Certificate Co-op Degree Pathway

Applicants must have a two- or three-year Ontario College Diploma or university degree in a related field, or equivalent with department approval. Applicants may be required to complete the English Language Assessment for Advanced Programs (ELAAP) administered by the Test Centre for which a fee of $40 will be charged. Programming experience is not a requirement for this program of study; however, applicants are encouraged to acquire basic programming experience prior to the start of the program of study.

Graduates may find employment in organizations, such as utility/resource management companies, survey/engineering/ environmental firms, software companies, or municipal, provincial or federal agencies. They may seek employment in jobs where GIS is a tool used within the discipline of their previous degree or diploma. Graduates may also find employment where information technology is the primary focus. The implementation of GIS in various business environments is growing rapidly. It is anticipated that there will be increased employment opportunities for GIS graduates in this sector.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1613X01F

Global Studies Certificate

Grade 12 English (ENG4C or equivalent) with grade of 65% or higher. Submission of Letter of Intent, and two Letters of Reference. See algonguincollege.com for additional nonacademic requirements, including Health Requirements, Police Record Check documentation, and travel documents and other forms.

The Global Studies program prepares students to enter the next phase of their education, thus encouraging students who are unsure of their future plans to pursue a higher education. Graduates of the program have developed the necessary skills, such as leadership, independence, communication, organization, and academic decision making in order to experience a smooth transition between secondary and postsecondary education. Graduates benefit from these skills in that they may be more motivated and effective as they transition into postsecondary education. Students have developed commonly required employability skills useful in the workplace. These skills may enhance graduates employability in their chosen field and may help with summer job placements.

Ottawa

Fall

26 Weeks

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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1400X01F

Graphic Design Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Submit a portfolio of 10-15 samples of your best work. A fee of $30 (subject to change) will be charged for portfolio assessment. Details of an additional layout/design test will be sent upon receipt of your application. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Graduates may pursue careers through a variety of entry-level positions in graphic design studios, advertising agencies, web publications, multimedia production houses, magazines, newspapers, printing houses, retail stores, television/entertainment industries, and government agencies or educational institutions. Graduates may also work as free-lancers providing print and/or digital design solutions to clients’ communication problems.

Ottawa

Fall

3 Years

1501X01F

Green Architecture Graduate Certificate

College Advanced Diploma in Architectural Technology. College Diploma in Architectural Technician, Building Construction Technician or Interior Design. This is an applied program that builds on knowledge and skills learned in previous studies or in the workplace. Applicants without a college diploma or degree may be considered on an individual basis.

Graduates may find employment with architects, engineers, Green Consultants and contractors, and in municipal, provincial and federal agencies concerned with construction, real estate and facilities management.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1104X04F

Hair Stylist Diploma

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants are selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Graduates may gain employment as hair stylists, colour technicians, or salon managers in salons and day or resort spas. They may also be employed as sales representatives for manufacturers, distributors and retailers of hairstyling products or may find opportunities for self-employment.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

45 Weeks

0590X04F

Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician Diploma

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MAP4C) or equivalent. Mathematics, (Grade 12 MCT4C) is recommended. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Graduates may find employment as service technicians, installers, or in parts or equipment sales with a variety of employers, such as residential and commercial heating, air conditioning and refrigeration contractors, wholesalers, public utilities, oil distribution companies and different levels of government.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

45 Weeks

1406X03F

Horticultural Industries Diploma Co-op

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

In addition to supervisory and project management opportunities, graduates may find employment in urban food production; nurseries and garden centers; park systems; landscape design, construction and maintenance firms; the tree care industry; sales and service; consulting; and teaching.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

0208X01F

Hospitality Management – Hotel and Restaurant Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 11 (MBF3C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants are selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Graduates may find a wide range of employment opportunities in the global hospitality and tourism industry. Career Opportunities may include front desk accommodation, guest service/ housekeeping, sales and marketing, banquets, transportation, food and beverage, attractions, events and conferences, tourism services and golf clubs. After a few years of experience, graduates may pursue a supervisory or management position with the above sectors of the industry.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

2 Years

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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1311X01F

Human Resources Management Graduate Certificate

Ontario College Diploma, Ontario College Advanced Diploma, Degree or equivalent.

Graduates may obtain employment in a variety of for profit and non-profit organizations, such as hi-tech, manufacturing and retail. Graduates within these organizations may pursue careers as human resources assistant, generalist or business partner.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

0300X01F

Interactive Multimedia Graduate Certificate

A community college diploma or university degree in a media related field; OR Related work experience must submit a detailed resume and portfolio demonstrating work generated on a computer. Contact the program coordinator for more details. Experience with Windows, Mac or Linus OS, and various software.

This program prepares students to work as multimedia designers and producers for agencies, corporations and institutions that use interactive media. There is a wide range of public and private sector employers, including design houses, advertising agencies, newspapers and magazines, educational institutions, the federal and provincial government, health care facilities, and the recreation and tourism industries. Employment opportunities may include flash animator, media director, video and audio technician, graphic layout designer, interactive designer, interface architect, web developer, project manager, videographer, web designer, production assistant, production coordinator, video producer, server-side programmer or Flash animator.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

1 Year

6149X01F

Interactive Multimedia Developer Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Interactive multimedia developers may be employed in a wide variety of positions which include animator, art director, audio and/ or video technician, e-commerce developer, executive producer, graphic designer or artist, interactive designer, interface designer, Internet coder or programmer, Internet designer or developer, lingo or director programmer, multimedia designer or developer, multimedia manager, multimedia author or editor or writer, multimedia systems analyst, new media designer or developer or author or programmer, project manager, production assistant, production coordinator, production director, programmer, technical project lead, video or web producer, web designer or developer.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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Interior Decorating Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Successfully complete a quick decor practice test. Submit a portfolio showing evidence of creative ability. A fee of $35 (subject to change) will be charged for portfolio assessment. Applicants who have a colour blindness condition will not be able to work effectively in this profession. Basic Drawing and computer skills in MS Word and Excel are an asset and strongly suggested. Interested applicants are welcome to address any portfolio-related inquiries to design@ algonquincollege.com. See www.algonquincollege.com for additional information on non-academic requirements including portfolio due date.

Graduates may initially be employed at an assistant level performing duties, such as proposal writing, sample selection, presentation board preparation, client interviews and colour consultations. They may produce written calculations and estimates for work rendered or provide advice for individual client needs.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

1306X01F

International Business Management Graduate Certificate

A college diploma (minimum) or university degree in business or a related area. It is strongly recommended that applicants have a foundation in marketing or some business-related work experience.

Upon completion graduates have the required skills that may enhance their opportunities in securing employment at a managerial level in public and private sectors globally. The pending CITP designation provides students with a unique opportunity that further enhances their employability.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

1 Year

3002X01F

Internet Applications and Web Development Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MAP4C) or equivalent. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. See algonguincollege.com for additional nonacademic requirements.

Graduates may work as team members to analyze business requirements, design, develop, and implement appropriate web solutions to the user community, assist with the acquisition, installation, use and troubleshooting of Internet applications and Internet services on a variety of platforms. Typical occupations toward which the program is directed include web administrator, Internet application developer, web application architect, web programmer, e-Commerce architect, e-Commerce developer and web specialist.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

0402X01F

Journalism Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). All applicants must complete an assessment through the Test Centre, in language, public affairs and writing. Applicants will be required to pay the current fee of $40.00 to $50.00 (subject to change). Entry to Second Year: Applicants with a university degree may be admitted directly into second year, provided they obtain a sufficiently high score on the English diagnostic and Journalism tests.

Graduates may find employment with news organizations, such as community and daily newspapers, online-based news media and news agencies. Employers with government and private sector communication departments, magazines and trade publications and public relations departments may also hire graduates. Opportunities may also exist for graduates wishing to freelance. Other positions in desktop publishing, web design and photography may also be available.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

1404X01F

Kitchen and Bath Design Graduate Certificate

Applicants who have graduated from one of the following are eligible: Bachelor of Applied Arts (Interior Design), Interior Decorating, Architectural Technician, Architectural Technology OR Diploma, degree or equivalent in the design field with manual drafting and computer aided drafting experience, plus a portfolio of sample design work showing evidence of creative ability, for which a fee of $35 will be charged for assessment. Applicants without a community college diploma or degree may be considered upon submission of a portfolio showing evidence of creative ability, for which a fee of $35 will be charged for assessment.

Graduates may find employment in the areas of kitchen and bath design, custom building and/or installation, plumbing and hardware supply.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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Law Clerk Diploma Degree Pathway

Fall Winter

2 Years

Law Clerk (Intensive) Diploma

Graduates have the skills and flexibility to apply their knowledge in a variety of entry-level positions within law offices, corporations, government legal departments and agencies, financial institutions, and court, registry and land title offices. The descriptions of legal skills, responsibilities, and settings indicate the abilities and environment in which the graduate may generally work, and are not intended to imply that the law clerk is practising law.

Ottawa

0220Z05F

Law Clerk: English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English. Law Clerk (Intensive): Completion of an accredited university degree or college diploma. Applicants with a degree/diploma from outside of Canada will be required to complete an English test. Applicants with substantial completion of a degree/diploma will be assessed on an individual basis and may be required to take additional courses.

Ottawa

Fall

45 Weeks

0440X01F

Library and Information Technician Diploma Degree Pathway Highly Competitive

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Word processing and Windows Operating System skills are recommended prior to beginning the program. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English. See algonguincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements, including Police Records Check documentation and Field Placement Eligibility.

Graduates may find employment at a variety of types of libraries, information centres, archives or in the field of records and information management. Employers range from school boards, universities, colleges, federal government departments, public libraries, non-profit organizations, law firms, hospitals and businesses. Duties may be limited to specific areas of technical or public service, or may cover the whole range of library activities, depending on the size of the library or information centre. A growing area of employment opportunity is in the information management field.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

1518X01F

Manufacturing Engineering Technician Diploma

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent is required). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MCT4C or equivalent) or Grade 11 (MCR3U) Applicants with (Grade 12 MAP4C with a grade of 60% or higher) or (Grade 11 MCF3M with a grade of 50% or higher) will be required to take additional preparatory mathematics as part of their program of study. Applicants are required to sign and return the Math Agreement for this prior to acceptance. Proficiency, Internet browsing and searching, and proficiency with an office software suite (word processing, spreadsheets, etc.) prior to the start of the program. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available spaces, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Graduates may find employment in positions, such as CNC programmers, production schedulers, CNC machinists, quality control inspectors, CAD designer and process engineers ranging from small manufacturing firms to large multi-national manufacturing corporations.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

1303X01F

Marketing and Business Intelligence Research Graduate Certificate

College diploma or degree, university diploma or degree in areas of business, marketing, event management, hospitality management, tourism and travel, social sciences, technology; or equivalent. See algonguincollege.com for additional nonacademic requirements.

Graduates may have opportunities to work in a wide variety of research settings across private and public business sectors.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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1310X01F

Marketing Management Graduate Certificate

The Marketing Management Program Eligibility package includes the following three components: A letter of intent, which requires the applicant to state their previous experience related to marketing, their program expectations and what skills, knowledge and attitudes they bring to the program; (the, research and industry have been removed, as this does not relate to this particular program.)

Graduates may obtain employment in a variety of for profit and non-profit organizations such as market analyst, retail manager, marketing manager, marketing consultant, marketing representative, product manager or brand manager.

Ottawa

Winter

1 Year

0746X04F

Masonry – Heritage and Traditional Diploma

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent).

Successful graduates gain a range of problem-solving and practical skills that may qualify them to seek entry-level employment in all areas of masonry construction and restoration. The craft of masonry is traditionally a life-long learning process and graduates are encouraged to enter an apprenticeship with a recognized journeyperson or licensed and experienced masonry company. With appropriate work experience, graduates may seek entry-level employment in the following exciting fields: apprentice and journeyman bricklayer, stonemason, stonecutter, restoration mason, masonry foreman, masonry conservator, masonry specification, fireplace and heater mason, refractory mason and landscape mason.

Perth

Fall

45 Weeks

0915X01F

Massage Therapy Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway

Fall

3 Years

Massage Therapy (Intensive) Advanced Diploma

Graduates must hold a credential as a Registered Massage Therapist to practise in Ontario. The process to obtain this registered credential includes taking a two part Provincial Certification examination. Students apply to the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) in the sixth level of the program to take the exam upon graduation. Successful candidates are then eligible to apply for registration with the CMTO. Graduates may find employment opportunities in private practice, chiropractic offices, multidisciplinary health care organizations, clinics, health clubs, fitness centres, athletic organizations, hotels, resorts, spas and industry.

Ottawa

0915Z05F

Massage Therapy: English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 60% or higher. Biology, Grade 11 or 12 (SB13C or equivalent) with a grade 65% or higher; OR Chemistry, Grade 11 or 12 (SCH3C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher; OR Science, Grade 11 or 12 (SNC3M or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher; OR Exercise Science, Grade 11 or 12 (PSE4U or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Intensive Program: Degree from a Canadian university in a related discipline (e.g. psychology, science, kinesiology, nursing) which includes at least one course in each of Introductory Psychology, Introductory Sociology, English (Communications) and the equivalent of two general education electives; OR Degree from a university outside Canada in a related discipline (e.g. psychology, science, kinesiology, nursing) which includes at least one course in each of Introductory Psychology, Introductory Sociology, English (Communications) and with equivalent of two general education electives; OR Community college diploma or advanced diploma (e.g. psychology, science, kinesiology, nursing) which includes at least one course in each of Introductory Psychology, Introductory Sociology, English (Communications and the equivalent of two general education electives; OR equivalent. See algonguincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements, including a Massage Techniques course, Health Requirements, Police Records Check documentation, Field Placement Eligibility, and specific forms that must be completed.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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0010X01F

Mechanical Engineering Technology Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MCT4C) or (Grade 11 MCR3U) or equivalent. Applicants with (Grade 12 MAP4C with a grade of 60% or higher) or (Grade 11 MCF3M with a grade of 50% or higher) will be required to take additional preparatory mathematics as part of their program of study. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Graduates may find employment in the manufacturing, aerospace and transportation industries. Graduates may be involved in product design and product testing; electronics and computer manufacturing; automation and control systems/processes and other diverse jobs that involve the transmission of power and energy in mechanical systems.

Ottawa

Fall

3 Years

1619X01F

Medical Device Reprocessing Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Accepted applicants must be in good health and submit a Health Assessment Form and an Immunization Form prior to the 6th week of term. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Graduates may seek employment opportunities as medical device reprocessing workers in healthcare facilities such as hospital medical device reprocessing departments, public and private endoscopic clinics, dental clinics and surgi-centres.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1615X01F

Medical Radiation Technology Advanced Diploma Highly Competitive

English Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Biology Grade 11 or 12 (SB13C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. OR Chemistry Grade 11 or 12 (SCH3C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. AND Physics Grade 11 or 12 (SPH3C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. See algonguincollege. com for additional non-academic requirements, including texting, First and CPR certification, Police Records Check documentation, Health Requirements and specific forms that must be completed.

Graduates may find employment in community and teaching hospitals, medical clinics, education and research settings and in private industry. Upon successful completion of the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (C.A.M.R.T.) national certification exam, graduates must register with the College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario (C.M.R.T.O.) to be eligible for employment in Ontario.

Ottawa

Fall

3 Years

1407X01F

Mobile and Social Media Management Graduate Certificate

Ontario College Diploma, Ontario College Advanced Diploma, Degree or equivalent combination of education and work experience. Potential candidates will be required to demonstrate a working knowledge of social media by submitting documented evidence of a current and active social media web presence.

Graduates may seek employment as online document specialists, web project managers, database specialists, production administrators, content writers, social media managers, project managers, and electronic publishers in public and private agencies, firms, and corporations that create and administer digital communication strategies. Graduates may also work as self-employed entrepreneurs in the digital publishing industry.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1515X01F

Mobile Application Design and Development Diploma

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MAP4C) or equivalent. Qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

There are many opportunities for graduates in both the public and private sector. They may be employed in a wide variety of positions which include ecommerce developer, interactive designer, interface designer, web designer, web developer, user experience designer, new media designer, production assistant, project manager, business analyst, mobile application usability tester, mobile application marketer, video and web production designer, technical project lead, programmer, online marketer, online advertising production worker, Internet search specialist, online entrepreneur, production coordinator, Actionscript developer, Flash animation designer, Flash developer, mobile application interaction designer or mobile application developer.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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Motive Power Technician Diploma Co-op

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. Students must have a valid driver’s license as required by employers at time of co-op.

Graduates may find employment as apprentice mechanics, technical advisors, parts or service management trainees, mechanical supervisors and warranty claims processors. A wide range of employment opportunities may exist, from small garages to large dealerships.

Ottawa

Fall

45 Weeks

Pembroke

Fall

45 Weeks

0557C08F

Motive Power Technician (Co-op, Apprentice, Diploma) 1405X04F

Music Industry Arts Diploma Highly Competitive

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Completion of a Supplemental Form and MP3 Recording. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Graduates may find employment as audio engineers, producers, personal managers, music publishers, disc jockeys and concert promoters. Opportunities may also exist for graduates wishing to start their own production companies.

Ottawa

Fall

45 Weeks

1309X01F

Non-Profit Sector Management Graduate Certificate

A two-year community college diploma (minimum) or equivalent. Applicants who have not completed a two-year community college diploma or a university degree may be considered based on relevant work experience and a personal interview.

Graduates may obtain employment in a variety of nonprofit organizations, such as charities, foundations and professional associations. Graduates may pursue a career as an executive director, administrative officer, program or project coordinator, funds developer, communications manager, marketing coordinator, volunteer coordinator or membership coordinator in nonprofit organizations.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

0210X01F

Office Administration – General Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Graduates are equipped with skills for a variety of office positions and may find employment in entry-level support staff or administrative positions.

Ottawa Perth - NEW Online

Fall/Winter Fall Fall* Winter* Spring*

1 Year 1 Year 1 Year

Office Administration – Executive Diploma Degree Pathway

Executive, Legal, Medical: students who have completed Algonquin College’s Office Administration – General certificate program, or equivalent, will be admitted directly into second year. Students returning to second year registering for the double diploma (Legal and Executive) are required to have a GPA of 2.0 with a recommendation of a GPA of 2.7. Interested applicants should contact the Financial, Office and Legal Studies Department. Executive program also available full-time online.

Executive: Graduates may find employment in any administrative field within the business sector or in different levels of government. Graduates typically find employment as administrative assistants or executive assistants. They may also work in general legal environments, such as communications, law and intellectual property. Legal: Graduates may find employment as legal assistants in a variety of work environments: law and real estate offices, patent and trademark offices, courts, municipal offices, legal departments of government and large corporations, insurance companies or in any general office environment. Medical: Graduates may find employment as medical office assistants in a variety of health-care environments.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

2 Years

Online

Fall Winter Spring

2 Years

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

Graduates may find employment in any administrative field within the private and public sectors (corporations, government, institutions and associations). Graduates typically find employment as administrative assistants in financial, legal, business or personnel administration. With further experience, they may progress to positions as administrative officers, senior executive assistants or office managers.

Perth Pembroke

Fall

45 Weeks

0210X09F

0210A01F

0210A09F 0210B01F

Office Administration – Legal Diploma Degree Pathway

0210F01F

Office Administration – Medical Diploma Degree Pathway

0210A04F

Office Administration – Executive Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to. * Additional start dates available. See www.algonquincollege.com/ccol for full details.

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1305X01F

Organizational Quality Management Graduate Certificate

College diploma or degree or university diploma or degree in Business, Science, Engineering, Arts or Health Sciences. The Organizational Quality Management Program Eligibility package includes the following three components: A letter of intent, which requires the applicant to state their previous work experience, their program expectations and what skills, knowledge and attitudes they bring to the program. Applicant’s curriculum vitae; Copy of applicant’s transcript.

Employment opportunities may exist in several business sectors, including manufacturing, services, health, education and government. Graduates may find employment in areas, such as quality auditing, quality improvement analysis, quality strategy development, quality engineering and quality process analysis.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

1604X01F

Orientation to Nursing in Ontario for Nurses Graduate Certificate

NOTE: These are progressive programs; therefore, in each level of the program, theory and lab course requirements must be satisfactorily met before clinical practice can be assessed. See algonguincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements.

Employment may be found in a variety of settings including long-term care, facilities, acute care units in hospitals, and community organizations.

Ottawa

Fall

30 Weeks

Ottawa

Fall

15 Weeks

1603X01F

Orientation to Nursing in Ontario for Practical Nurses Certificate 6780X01F

Outdoor Adventure Diploma Degree Pathway

PART I English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). PART II Submission of Letter of Intent, Resume and Letter(s) of Reference. PART III Participation in Program Readiness Camp (students invited by Selection Committee). Submission of Applicant Personal Information, Consent and Health form, supplied by Algonquin College, prior to Program Readiness Camp. PART IV Prior to registration in the program, accepted applicants must: Provide proof of current Standard First Aid certification. Obtain a passport valid for duration of program, prior to commencement of Winter Term. Sign and submit an Outdoor Adventure Program Assumption of Risk and Indemnifying Release form. (form available online on the Outdoor Adventure website). Those under the age of 18 must submit parental consent documentation. (form available online on the Outdoor Adventure website). See algonguincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements related to this 4-part eligibility process.

Graduates may find employment across Canada and around the world. Students have the opportunity to obtain industryrelated certifications enhancing employment prospects. The combination of technical skills certification, leadership and risk management, and industry and business study creates multiple career paths and graduates that are in demand. Entry-level positions, such as wilderness trip leaders, kayak guides, ski patrol, climbing or snowboard instructors are seasonal in nature and are combined to create year-round work and travel opportunities. Parallel industry positions may include outdoor education, logistics planning and support. With relevant field experience, graduate’s training may allow them to move to senior and guide manager positions, such as ski school director, terrain park manager or program coordinator. Several graduates have purchased an existing business or started their own adventure company, ranging from whitewater rafting to international adventure travel. The Outdoor Adventure program has built a reputation of high quality graduates, and it is up to the incoming student to preserve and enhance that reputation.

Pembroke

Fall

2 Years

6783X04F

Outdoor Adventure Naturalist (NSDP) Co-op Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). Submission of a Letter of Intent and a personal resume. Prior to registration in the program, accepted applicants must: Provide proof of current Standard First Aid certification. Sign and submit an Outdoor Adventure Naturalist Program Assumption of Risk and Indemnifying Release form (form available online on the Outdoor Adventure Naturalist website). Submit Applicant Personal Information, Consent and Health Form supplied by Algonquin College.

To meet the expressed industry needs of provincial, national and international adventure tourism, parks and education centres, Graduates are trained and prepared to work as nature and heritage interpreters, nature or ecotourism guides, program managers and/or entrepreneurs. They also meet the professional standards established by the Canadian Tourism Human Resources Council Heritage Interpreter program. Students also have the opportunity to obtain several industry-related certifications enhancing employment opportunities.

Pembroke

Fall

47 Weeks

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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1302X01F

Paralegal Diploma Degree Pathway Highly Competitive

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Graduates are prepared to apply for the paralegal licence and upon licensing by the Law Society to be self-employed or to work in a variety of employed positions in the areas of practice covered in the program. A licence is required to practise in the defined areas of paralegal practice. Students should be familiar with the requirements set by the Law Society of Upper Canada for licensing and practice as a paralegal.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

0620X01F

Paramedic Diploma Degree Pathway Highly Competitive

English Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). Biology Grade 11 or 12 (SB13C or equivalent). Chemistry Grade 11 or 12 (SCH3C or equivalent). Read, sign and return the Information Sheet. Ontario Class ‘F’ driver’s licence, or equivalent. See algonguincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements, including first aid and CPR certification, Health Requirements, Police Records Check documentation and Clinical Placement Eligibility.

Graduates are eligible to write the provincially administered Advanced Emergency Medical Care Attendant (A-EMCA) examination. In addition, the Paramedic diploma has proved valuable to those seeking employment as firefighters and police officers. Experience and further training may lead to opportunities as advanced and critical care paramedics.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

1614X09F

Performance Coaching Graduate Certificate

Successful completion of a two-year Ontario Community College Diploma and/or university degree or the equivalent of three years of related work experience and/or professional training in education, business, sport, recreation, emergency services, military services or human services. Submission of letter of intent and resume.

Graduates may find employment as performance consultants, executive coaches, athletic coaches, human resources managers, life coaches and organizational development professionals in a variety of industries, such as business, sport and recreation, emergency service or healthcare.

Online

Fall Winter Spring

45 Weeks

1409X01F

Performing Arts Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent).

Graduates may find employment as entrylevel performers, such as entertainers, musicians, dancers, singers, stand-up comedians, and slam poets. They may also be self-employed.

Ottawa

Spring

1 Year

6307X01F

Personal Support Worker Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). See algonguincollege. com for additional non-academic requirements, including Health Requirments, first aid and CPR Certification, Police Records Check documentation and Clinical Placement Eligibility.

Graduates may find employment as personal support workers functioning under the supervision of registered nursing personnel in retirement homes, long-term care facilities and community health agencies.

Ottawa Perth Pembroke Online

Fall/Winter Fall Fall Fall Winter Spring

1 Year

0030X01F

Photography Diploma Degree Pathway Highly Competitive

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 11 (MBF3C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Graduates may find work as photographers in a variety of areas including: commercial and industrial; wedding and portrait; scientific and medical; photojournalism; digital post-production; photo-finishing labs; and technical or retail sales. Opportunities may exist to work in the field either as an employee or as self-employed freelancer.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

0444X01F

Police Foundations Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher.Recommended course to be taken in High School: Introduction to Anthropology Grade 11 and Healthy Active Living Education Grade 11. Read, sign, and return the Information Sheet. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics

Graduates who successfully complete the requirements set by individual police services may find employment with municipal, regional and provincial police services in Ontario and the rest of Canada. They may also find employment with related law enforcement agencies.

Ottawa Perth Pembroke

Fall Winter

2 Years

Online

Fall Winter Spring

2 Years

6307X09F

0444X09F

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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1511X01F

Powerline Technician Diploma Co-op Highly Competitive

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MAP4C) or equivalent. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Graduates may find employment with electric power generation, transmission and distribution companies, electrical contractors and public utility commissions. Moreover, their strong foundation in technological principles helps graduates remain current with the changes in technology and grow into supervisory positions.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

1704X01F

Practical Nursing Diploma Degree Pathway

English Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Biology Grade 11 or 12 (SBI3C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Chemistry Grade 11 or 12 (SCH4C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. See algonguincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements, including admissions testing, Health Requirements, first aid and CPR certification, computer skills, Police Records Check documentation, and Clinical Placement Eligibility.

Registered Practical Nurses work closely with health care teams in a variety of community clinics, private homes, nursing homes, homes for the aged and geriatric, rehabilitative, medical, surgical and obstetrical units. Graduates must be licensed by the College of Nurses of Ontario in order to practise in Ontario.

Ottawa Pembroke

Fall Winter

2 Years

1704F01F

Practical Nursing – Foreign-Trained Nurse (FTN) Diploma

This is a progressive program; therefore, in each level of the program, theory and lab course requirements must be satisfactorily met before clinical practice can be accessed. Proof of assessment by the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) and a letter of referral from CNO recommending this program as part of the required process in order to be eligible for registration as a Practical Nurse in Ontario. Applicants for whom English is a second language must undertake an Institutional CELBAN (Canadian English Language Assessment for Nurses) test for which a fee of $50 (subject to change) will be charged. Test scores may result in a further requirement to undertake English as a Second Language (ESL) training or an occupational specific language course before entering the program. In order to apply for an assessment, contact: College of Nurses of Ontario, 101 Davenport Road, Toronto, ON M5R 3P1, 1-800-387-5526.

Registered Practical Nurses work closely with health care teams in a variety of community clinics, private homes, nursing homes, homes for the aged and geriatric, rehabilitative, medical, surgical and obstetrical units. Graduates must be licensed by the College of Nurses of Ontario in order to practise in Ontario.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

6236X01F

Pre-Service Firefighter Education and Training Certificate

English Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics Grade 12(MAP4C or equivalent). Biology Grade 11 or 12 (SBI3C or equivalent). Chemistry Grade 11 or 12 (SCH3C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English, mathematics, biology and chemistry. Recognition of previously earned postsecondary credentials is given during the selection process for this program. See algonguincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements, including CPR Rescuer and first aid certification, physical fitness expectations, and Police Recrods Check documentation.

Graduates may find employment with a municipal, regional or territorial fire department as a structural firefighter. Many graduates have also found employment with the federal government as Canadian military firefighters or with an airport authority as airport firefighters.

Ottawa

Fall

38 Weeks

1340X04F

Professional Accounting Diploma

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Graduates are prepared for employment with businesses using computerized accounting systems. Analysis and interpretation of this information is needed to make sound financial control decisions. Graduates may find work in the areas of receivables, payables, general accounting records, financial statement preparation and cost analysis. Graduates may occupy these positions in small and mediumsized businesses, as well as all levels of government.

Ottawa

Fall

45 Weeks

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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3001X01F

Professional Writing Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). All applicants must complete an assessment through the Test Centre, in language proficiency, critical thinking, and general and media knowledge. Applicants will be required to pay the current fee of $40.00 to $50.00 (subject to change). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Graduates may be employed at a junior level as communications officers, copy editors, researchers, proofreaders and web content writers. They also have the skills to be hired on contract or as a freelancer to write magazine-type articles, booklets, brochures, training materials and manuals.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

0468X01F

Public Relations Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). All applicants must complete an assessment through the Test Centre, in language proficiency, critical thinking, and general and media knowledge, as well as completing an essay. Applicants will be required to pay the current fee of $40.00 to $50.00 (subject to change). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Graduates may find employment in public relations, social media management, or communications departments in corporations, associations, government, and not-for-profit and sports organizations. Freelance or selfemployment, as well as contract work, may be an option for some graduates.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

1211X01F

Radiation Safety Certificate Co-op

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 60% or higher. Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent) with a grade of 60% or higher. Physics, Grade 12 (SPH4C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher OR Chemistry, Grade 12 (SCH3C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English, mathematics, physics or chemistry. See algonguincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements, including Criminal Records Check documentation, Co-op Eligibilty and other Considerations.

Graduates may find employment with nuclear power plants, private industry, nuclear research facilities and labs associated with nuclear radiation.

Pembroke

Fall

1 Year

0422X01F

Recreation and Leisure Services Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English. See algonguincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements, including first aid and CPR certification, Police Records Check documentation and Field Placement Eligibility.

Graduates may find employment as recreation programmers, event planners and program coordinators in municipal recreation departments, volunteer and community agencies, social service agencies, hospitals, therapeutic recreation agencies, retirement or long-term care facilities, resorts and tourism areas.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

0606X01F

Respiratory Therapy Advanced Diploma Degree Pathway

English Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 70% or higher. Mathematics Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent) with a grade of 70% or higher. Biology Grade 11 or 12 (SB13C or equivalent) with a grade of 70% or higher. Chemistry Grade 11 or 12 (SCH3C or equivalent) with a grade of 70% or higher. Physics Grade 11 or 12 (SPH3C or equivalent) with a grade of 70% or higher. See algonguincollege.com for additional non-academic requirements, including testing, first aid and CPR certification, Police Records Check documentation and Clinical Placement Eligibility.

Graduates typically find employment as staff therapists in hospitals. They work in medical and surgical wards, adult, pediatric and neonatal intensive care units, emergency departments and cardiopulmonary diagnostic units. Graduates may also find employment in the private sector in community care, medical sales, physicians’ labs/offices or research. Graduates may pursue post-graduate studies in such areas as polysomnography, anesthesia assistant or cardiopulmonary perfusion.

Ottawa

Fall

3 Years

0382X01F

Scriptwriting Graduate Certificate

Community college diploma, a university degree or partiallycompleted university degree, or two or more years of appropriate post-secondary experience. AND Submission of a 500-word written piece identifying film, media, theatre, writing or other communication-related experience which qualifies you for this program. Details can be found online at www2. algonquincollege.com/mediaanddesign/scriptwriting-page/ faqs/.

Graduates may have career opportunities as writers for broadcast, digital media, online video, theatre and film. Graduates understand the markets and techniques that enable them to further their careers as scriptwriters in pre-production, production and other creative environments. They also have basic production skills which enable them to work effectively in and with production crews. Graduates possess an extensive professionalquality portfolio.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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0432X01F

Social Service Worker Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Pass a compulsory interview with a grade of 75% or higher. Applicants will be invited to the interview subject to providing proof of a grade of 65% or higher in Grade 11 English (ENG3C or equivalent). Please note that College Eligibility for the program is successful completion of Grade 12 English (ENG4C or equivalent) and this Grade 11 requirement is to determine interview eligibility only. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English. See algonguincollege.com for additional nonacademic requirements, including relevant volunteer/paid work references, Health Requirements, Police Records Check documentation and Field Placement Eligibilty.

Graduates may be employed as frontline workers in provincial, municipal and private social service agencies including social service departments, long-term care facilities, addiction and mental health services, schools and programs for youth, community health centres, shelters and residential treatment programs. Graduates support vulnerable people who are impacted by issues such as loss and separation, family crisis, poverty, violence, homelessness, addiction, disability, unemployment, gender identity, immigration and culture.

Ottawa Perth Pembroke

Fall

2 Years

0432Z05F

Social Service Worker (Intensive) Diploma Degree Pathway

Degree from a Canadian university. NOTE: Preference will be to applicants with a degree in the Social Sciences. Degree from a university outside Canada. NOTE: Preference will be given to applicants with a degree in the Social Sciences; OR An Ontario College of Applied Arts and Technology diploma or advanced diploma in one of the following human services program: Child and Youth Worker, Developmental Services Worker, Nursing, Gerontology, Early Childhood Education, Recreation, Community and Justice Services or others to be determined by the Program Coordinator (please note: SSW Intensive program does not accept credentials from one-year certificate programs or credentials from private colleges. These credentials do not meet our admission requirements); See www.algonquincollege. com for additional non-academic requirements, including work experience, Health Requirements, Police Records Check and Field Placement Eligibility.

Graduates may be employed as frontline workers in provincial, municipal and private social service agencies including social service departments, long-term care facilities, addiction and mental health services, schools and programs for youth, community health centres, shelters and residential treatment programs. Graduates support vulnerable people who are impacted by issues such as loss and separation, family crisis, poverty, violence, homelessness, addiction, disability, unemployment, gender identity, immigration and culture.

Ottawa

Fall

40 Weeks

6073X01F

Sport Business Management Graduate Certificate

College diploma or degree, university diploma or degree or equivalent attaining at least a 60% overall GPA (C- or 1.7 gpa). It is recommended that applicants have some foundation in accounting and finance i.e. at least one postsecondary finance course. Applicants without post-secondary business course experience will be required to complete the Sport Business Management Eligibility Package. The Sport Business Management Eligibility Package includes the following three components: 1. A letter of intent, which requires the applicant to state their previous experience related to the sport industry, their program expectations and what skills, knowledge and attitudes they bring to the program; 2. Applicant’s Curriculum Vitae; 3. Copy of applicant’s transcript. Please contact the Sport Business Management Program Coordinator for more information.

Graduates may be employed in a wide range of sport management activities: sport event planning; sales; marketing; facility management; and, business administrative positions within professional sport, national and provincial sport governing bodies, public agencies, community recreation departments, sporting goods companies, sport marketing agencies, sport agent operations and athletic service organizations.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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PROGRAM NAME

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

CAREERS

CAMPUS

START

DURATION

0925X01F

Teachers of English as a Second/Foreign Language Graduate Certificate

An undergraduate university degree.A successful interview with the program coordinator. Applicants may be asked to demonstrate their proficiency in spoken and written English. Basic knowledge of word processing and Internet is required.

Graduates may find employment as ESL teachers in continuing education, in colleges and universities, in community-based ESL programs and as Business and Industry ESL trainers. Some graduates may explore teaching opportunities abroad.

Ottawa

Fall

30 Weeks

1182X01F

Technical Writer Graduate Certificate Co-op

Fall

1 Year

Online

Fall Winter Spring

1 Year

Technical Writer Graduate Certificate

Graduates may be successful in finding work as writers, editors and documentation specialists. Canadian and international demand is high for qualified technical communicators in both the private and public sectors. While most graduates may work as employees in large organizations, some choose self-employment in the field.

Ottawa

1182X09F

Successful completion of a university degree, with a strong showing in the courses for which high standards of writing are demanded. Successful completion of a three-year Ontario College Advanced Diploma, with a strong showing in the courses for which high standards of writing are demanded. However, applicants possessing the following background will also be considered: Successful completion of a two-year Ontario Community College Diploma, with a strong showing in the courses for which high standard of writing are demanded, paired with demonstration of significant experience in the workplace in the production of a variety of written communication products.

0307X01F

Theatre Arts Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent).Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English. Attend a program session, at which each applicant must audition to demonstrate interest and suitability for the program. A fee of $25 is charged for the audition. Detailed audition information is available at www.algonquincollege. com/auditions. See algonguincollege.com for additional nonacademic requirements

Graduates may find entry-level employment within small, medium or large theatre companies. Graduates are able to utilize their performance, technical or production skills in the creation of theatrical or special events, box office, education or recreation. Other graduates may choose to explore entrepreneurial opportunities within the industry.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

0224X01F

Tourism and Travel Diploma Degree Pathway

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

Graduates may find employment as travel counsellors, tour guides, sales representatives and destination representatives. Graduates have been employed by travel agencies, hotels, airlines, cruise lines, tour operators and government tourist offices.

Ottawa

Fall Winter

2 Years

1612X01F

Veterinary Assistant Certificate

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 60% or higher. Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent) with a grade of 60% or higher. Biology, Grade 11 or 12 (SBI3C or equivalent) with a grade of 60% or higher. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English, mathematics and biology.

Graduates may find employment primarily in small or mixed animal veterinary practices, research facilities, humane societies, or pet care facilities providing boarding, pet sitting, grooming and/or spa services.

Ottawa

Spring

1 Year

6320X01F

Veterinary Technician Diploma Degree Pathway

English Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. Mathematics Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent) with a grade of 70% or higher. Biology Grade 11 or 12 (SBI3C or equivalent) with a grade of 70% or higher. Chemistry Grade 11 or 12 (SCH3C or equivalent) with a grade of 65% or higher. See algonguincollege. com for additional non-academic requirements related to aptitude testing, certain vaccinations, critical thinking and communication skills, good manual dexterity, flexibility regarding working hours, and computer skills.

Graduates may find employment in small, large, or mixed animal veterinary practices, humane societies, veterinary pharmaceutical and nutrition industries, zoological parks, university and research facilities and provincial and federal government agencies.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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1611X01F

Victimology Graduate Certificate

A university degree in one of the following fields of study: social work, criminology, law, psychology, counselling, nursing, sociology or other related degree, or A college diploma in social services, youth services, police foundations, early childhood education, child and youth worker, community and justice services, or any other related area, or equivalent, and 1-3 years related volunteer or paid experience or equivalent, and Letter of Intent. An interview with the program coordinator may be required for clarification of the documents submitted. See algonguincollege. com for additional non-academic requirements

Graduates may find employment in a variety of occupational fields providing services to victims of crime including social services, child protection, crisis response, the criminal justice system and in policy areas related to victimization.

Ottawa

Fall

1 Year

3014X04F

Water and Waste Water Technician Diploma

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C, or equivalent). Mathematics, Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent, is recommended). Biology, Grade 11 (SBI3C or equivalent, is recommended). Chemistry, Grade 12 (SCH4C or equivalent, is recommended). Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English.

This program prepares students to become water and waste water treatment operators. Graduates may find employment as compliance officers and water analysts with municipal and provincial governments, as well as lab assistants in private and public laboratories. Other employment opportunities may include consulting engineering companies, construction companies, public inspection agencies, government departments (such as public works, transportation, environment, public health, natural resources), industrial plants with waste water treatment facilities, hydro-electric and nuclear power generation stations, water filtration plants and water distribution plants.

Ottawa

Fall

45 Weeks

1507X01F

Welding and Fabrication Techniques Certificate Co-op

English Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics Grade 12 (MAP4C or equivalent is recommended). If qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Successful graduates may find work in a broad variety of industries including machine shops, fabrication and manufacturing companies, ship repair, mining and building construction.

Ottawa

Fall

45 Weeks

Ottawa

Fall

45 Weeks

English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent). Mathematics, (Grade 12 MCT4C) or (Grade 11 MCR3U) or equivalent. Applicants with (Grade 12 MAP4C with a grade of 60% or higher) or (Grade 11 MCF3M with a grade of 50% or higher) will be required to take additional preparatory mathematics as part of their program of study. Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics.

Career opportunities for graduates may include production, technical sales, service, support and installation, as well as the service and maintenance sectors of the wireless/mobility industry, and the industries that operate in the general electronics, telecommunications and military sectors.

Ottawa

Fall

2 Years

1507W01F

Welding and Fabrication Techniques (Weekend Offering) Certificate

1190X01F

Wireless/Mobility Telecommunication Engineering Technician Diploma Co-op Degree Pathway

• All postsecondary programs, with the exception of Graduate Certificate (OCGC) programs, require applicants to fulfill basic College Eligibility requirements. • NOTE: Start Dates/Program Intakes apply for the 2012-2013 academic year, as data is not yet available for 2013-2014. Please refer to www.algonquincollege.com for the most up-to-date information. International applicants should check www.algonquincollege.com for language requirements specific to the program applied to.

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pathways

articulation agreements Advance your education. Go further. Get a university degree and the job you want. Degree Pathways set you in the right direction. Algonquin has relationships with over 30 universities and colleges — nationally and internationally — where you can further your studies. You have options. Consider Degree Pathways — and discover the opportunities.

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AGREEMENTS WITH COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

algonquinconnected.com/degree

list of schools UNIVERSITIES Athabasca University – Canada

University Canada West – Canada

Athabasca University – United States

University of Calgary – Canada

Bishop’s University - The Williams School of Business – Canada

University of Guelph – Canada

Brock University – Canada

University of New Brunswick – Canada

Cape Breton University – Canada Carleton University – Canada Davenport University – United States Griffith University (Gold Coast) – Australia Griffith University (Mt. Gravatt) – Australia Griffith University (Nathan) – Australia Lakehead University – Canada Laurentian University – Canada

University of Lethbridge – Canada University of Ottawa – Canada University of Southern Queensland – Australia University of Western Sydney – Australia Vancouver Island University – Canada Wilfrid Laurier University – Canada

Memorial University of Newfoundland – Marine Institute – Canada

COLLEGES

Nipissing University – Canada

Algonquin College – Canada

Queen’s University – Canada

Conestoga College – Canada

Royal Roads University – Canada

Okanagan College – Canada

Ryerson University – Canada

Technical and Further Education (TAFE) New South Wales – Australia

Saint Paul University – Canada Thompson Rivers University – Canada

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