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YES, YOU CAN HAVE BOTH. University can be about getting a world-class education while having the experience of a lifetime. At Lakehead, expand your horizon and start your journey at a university where you’ll both live & learn.

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Finding the Right Program For You

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Health & Behavioural Sciences

Hub to the World

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Social Sciences & Humanities

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Student Life

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Law

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Athletics & Recreation

Science & Environmental Studies

Northern Ontario School of Medicine

Arts & Science

How to Apply

Student Success

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Business Administration & Commerce

Student Definitions

Residence Life

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Costs & Financing Your Education

Ontario Admission Requirements

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Scholarships & Financial Aid

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President’s Welcome

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About Lakehead

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Engineering

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Natural Resources Management

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Access Programs

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Program Locator Chart

Teacher Education

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Campus Tours & Stay In Contact

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PRESIDENT’S WELCOME Selecting the right university for you is all about fit. Lakehead University offers you an unmatched university experience that will allow you to both live and learn. We are one university with two homes in Ontario. Both locations, in Thunder Bay and Orillia, provide a world-class education in environments surrounded by the beautiful outdoors. We value the total university experience – one filled with academic exploration and inquiry, enhanced by the best in recreation and social activities. Lakehead is not your conventional university. Yes, we have smart classrooms, cutting-edge technology, engaging professors, diverse residence halls, exciting international exchanges, varsity and intramural athletics, the latest in WiFi connectivity and advanced

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technology, and all the other features that you’ve come to expect from a vibrant Canadian university. But, our strength lies in the Lakehead experience. We are a community of educators and learners, working together to expand our knowledge in an effort to make a positive difference in the world around us. At Lakehead, you matter and so does your contributions to these efforts. In 2013, our commitment to become a fully comprehensive university will be realized when we welcome our first students to our new Faculty of Law. There are exciting things happening at Lakehead, and we invite you to become a part of them. I challenge you to take on the adventure of a lifetime – to live and learn – at Lakehead University. – Dr. Brian J.R. Stevenson President and Vice-Chancellor

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About Lakehead Lakehead’s reduction in annual energy use is the equivalent of removing 1,950 cars from the road!

Lakehead University stands at the forefront in providing you with a truly unique education experience where you can live and learn. We are dynamic, modern, and committed to our foundation of being a student-centred university. Our smaller class sizes offer you greater opportunity for hands-on experience in labs, and easier access to a wide range of facilities and services – and yes, your profs get to know you by name! In this atmosphere of innovation and learning, you will also find yourself immersed in the beauty of the natural environment at either of our high-tech campuses – Thunder Bay Campus in rugged Northwestern Ontario, and our Orillia Campus in the heart of cottage country in Central Ontario. It’s a perfect blend – two worlds brought together to provide you with the social and recreational experiences for today, all the while instilling the education and tools for a successful tomorrow.

Lakehead Sustainability At Lakehead, we recognize that while we live and learn within the beautiful natural environment that surrounds us, we also have a responsibility to protect and conserve this environment for future generations to enjoy. Our efforts in energy conservation, waste reduction, ecological cleaning, recycling, and the creation of green spaces have become the starting blocks of a lifelong commitment to environmentallyresponsible citizenship. The Orillia Campus is the first university campus in North America to be committed to being built to LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification.

Thunder Bay Campus

Orillia Campus

Lakehead University’s main campus is nestled on wooded land in the heart of the city of Thunder Bay.

Lakehead University’s newest campus is located in beautiful cottage country in Central Ontario in the city of Orillia.

Many of the university’s buildings are grouped together around Lake Tamblyn, with residence complexes hugging the tree-lined banks of the McIntyre River. The campus features underground tunnels that connect the central buildings for comfortable walking during inclement weather. With a mix of academic, laboratory, social and recreational spaces, the Lakehead University – Thunder Bay Campus features everything you need and more.

The permanent home of the Lakehead University – Orillia Campus is the first university campus in North America to be built to the highest standards of environmental responsibility and sustainability, achieving LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification. The original campus site, located in Heritage Place in downtown Orillia, continues to offer a full university campus environment with direct access to the historic downtown core – you’re never more than a stone’s throw away from all that Orillia has to offer.

The historic Port Arthur Collegiate Institute brings Lakehead into downtown Thunder Bay and offers new space for a number of programs and will be the home of the Faculty of Law.

With this sustained growth and expansion, the Orillia Campus is now home to its first residence complex, as well as a cafeteria and bookstore, in addition to the main academic building.

Please join us as we work to make our planet a safer and cleaner place.

ĺ sustainability.lakeheadu.ca

ĺ mylakehead.ca

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Located on the northwest shore of Lake Superior, under the watchful gaze of the majestic Sleeping Giant, the city of Thunder Bay is built around the harbour of the largest inland port in Canada.

City of

Thunder Bay  visitthunderbay.com

Thunder Bay is at the centre of a vast recreational and cultural area, offering year-round access to a wide variety of sports and activities. Winter is no time to hibernate in this city! There are three Alpine and worldclass Nordic ski centres near by, as well as excellent curling and hockey facilities. Summer activities in and around the many lakes in the area include sailing, windsurfing, water-skiing, swimming, jogging, cycling, camping, fishing, hiking and golf.

Located on the shores of Lakes Simcoe and Couchiching, the city of Orillia is a vibrant and active community offering great choices in culture and recreation.

The city of Thunder Bay was designated as a Cultural Capital of Canada in 2003. Attractions include Fort William Historical Park, the 1,500 seat state-of-the-art Community Auditorium, the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra, professional live theatre performances, the annual Blues Festival and much more! In addition, many excellent shopping options are available, and whatever your preference, you can choose from a mix of traditional, cultural and fine dining experiences.

Geographic Data Average Annual Sunshine 2,168 hours

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Orillia is a place where people from congested urban centres escape to, offering the freedom to breathe deeply and enjoy being outdoors surrounded by the natural environment of Simcoe County. A 9.5-km paved link in the Trans Canada Trail winds through the city, connecting its parks, its heritage sites and the Port of Orillia. Numerous museums, among them the Stephen Leacock Museum, Orillia Museum of Art & History and the OPP Museum, provide a glimpse into Canadian and regional history.

The Opera House is home to a number of musical and theatrical performances throughout the year. Whatever the season, and whatever your interests, the city of Orillia offers you a unique environment in which to live and learn.

City of

Orillia  city.orillia.on.ca

Geographic Data Average Annual Precipitation 55 cm (rain) 187 cm (snow)

Average Temperature +22.6˚C (summer) -6.8˚C (winter)

Average Annual Sunshine 2,055 hours

Average Annual Precipitation 75 cm (rain) 293 cm (snow)

Average Temperature +24.1˚C (summer) -2.3˚C (winter)

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Lakehead University opens doors to the world. Whether helping you prepare to embark on a lifechanging international exchange or co-operative education placement, or welcoming international students from all over the globe to one of our two campuses, Lakehead is your hub to the world. The Lakehead University International office is your hub for more information on international exchanges as well as services for international students.

Norway Sweden

Iceland

Ireland UK Belgium France

Denmark Gemany Netherlands Switzerland Austria

Spain Portugal

Greece

United States

Mexico

British Virgin Islands Antigua Barbados

Jamaica Guatemala

Aruba

Costa Rica

Lakehead University International (807) 343-8068 isa@lakeheadu.ca

Lybia

Bermuda

Trinidad & Tobago Venezuela Guyana

Colombia

Senegal Guinea Sierra Leone Ghana Côte d’lvoire

Azerbaijan

Turkey

Yemen Ethiopia Somalia

Cameroon

Republic of Korea China

Bhutan Nepal

India

Kenya

Myanmar

Vietnam Philippines

Thailand Sri Lanka Singapore

Indonesia

Tanzania Peru

Where Can You Go? These are just a few of the countries we have exchanges with:

Taiwan

Bangladesh

Malaysia

Uganda

Ecuador

 international.lakeheadu.ca

Japan

Syria Afghanistan Iraq Iran Israel Bahrain Pakistan Egypt Saudi United Arab Emirates Sudan Arabia Eritrea

Exchanges

Mongolia

Lebanon

Morocco Bahamas

Ukraine Romania Bulgaria

Serbia

Italy

International

Russia

Finland Estonia Latvia Lithuania Poland

Papua New Guinea

• Australia

• Iceland

• Singapore

• England

• Ireland

• Sweden

• Finland

• Mexico

• France

• Norway

• United States

• Germany

• Russia

Brazil Bolivia

Here are just a few stories of students who are a part of the global mosaic of the Lakehead experience: Rico Southerland International Student from: Winston-Salem, USA

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Sabine Haidon International Exchange at: University of Ulster, Northern Ireland

Zambia Mozambique Zimbabwe Botswana South Africa

Paraguay

Australia

Victor Anilane

Joshua LeClair

Aritra Chatterjee

Jasmine Heerema

International Student from: Gothenburg, Sweden

International Exchange at: University of Tromsø, Norway

International Student from: Kolkata, India

International Exchange at: Charles Sturt University, Australia

Studying: Social Work, TBay

Studying: HBASc in Biology & Psychology, Orillia

Studying: Honours Bachelor of Commerce, TBay

Studying: History, TBay

Three Words to Describe Experience: Enjoyment, Friendly, Winter

Three Words to Describe Experience: Life-changing, Amazing, Inspiring

Three Words to Describe Experience: Challenging, Awesome, Memorable

Three Words to Describe Experience: Self-Discovery, Mind-Opening, Engaging

“My experiences at Lakehead were rewarding and challenging. The school, students and professors, without knowing, all made me want to work harder. I got involved with AFCASA (African Caribbean Students’ Association) and their activities – it helped me feel part of something bigger and the community at the university.”

“On my exchange, I met people not only from Ireland, but also from Belgium, Germany, Spain, Sweden, France and many more countries! My experience gave me a big self esteem boost, as I learned just how much I can accomplish as I discovered strength and independence that I never knew I had before.”

“My international student experience at Lakehead has been great! Hard work is the key to success. Lakehead was a really good option for me because I was given the opportunity to receive a great education and at the same time play university hockey for the Lakehead Thunderwolves. Lakehead is a smaller school that gives you the opportunity to succeed!”

“I spent 10 months at the University of Tromsø, the world’s most northern university, through the north2north exchange program. Completely different, new, engaging, weird, strange, mindopening...it was an experience that provoked all kinds of emotions, feeling and opinions. My advice would be that if an opportunity like this presents itself to you – take it! It is totally worth it.”

Studying: Bachelor of Business Administration, TBay Three Words to Describe Experience: Amazing, Atmosphere, Achievement “Coming to Lakehead was one of the best experiences of my life. I have studied here for four years, and I have made so many friends and have enjoyed every day and every moment. As a business student, I feel I received an excellent education with small class sizes and staff and faculty that were so friendly and helpful.”

Studying: Honours Bachelor of Commerce, TBay Three Words to Describe Experience: Exciting, Adventurous, Memorable “My exchange was an amazing experience. I enjoyed getting to meet new people who are now lifelong friends. I gained independence by living in a new country and I also had the opportunity to travel. My advice would be to not just consider an exchange – Do an exchange! It’s one of the many reasons I am very glad I went to Lakehead.”

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STUDENT LIFE Associations

& Clubs

LUSU Clubs LUSU sponsors many student clubs that are active on campus each year. Clubs are formed by students who share similar interests – there’s bound to be one that’s right for you – or you can easily start your own! Here’s just a small sample of some of the current clubs:

One of the most exciting parts about attending university is the chance to get involved in life on campus.

Academic

International/General Interest

ALUG

Association of LU Geologists

AFCASA

You may choose to join one of the many different clubs, become engaged in student politics with the Lakehead University Student Union (LUSU), or prepare yourself to take the adventure of a lifetime through an international exchange. No matter what you choose, getting involved is the key to having the most fulfilling experience you can at Lakehead University.

ESS

Engineering Students’ Society

African Caribbean Student Association

LEWB

Lakehead Engineers Without Borders

CATHULU

Gaming

LOCSA

Lakehead Orillia Cultural Studies Association

LUCF

LU Christian Fellowship

Orillia Debate Society

LUSAS

LU South Asian Students

You play an important role in shaping campus life at Lakehead University – plan to get involved and make the most of your university experience!

ORSS

LUTSA

LU Tamil Students Association

MSA

Muslim Students Association

 mylakehead.ca/studentlife

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ESA

English Student Association

ESTA

Education Student Teachers’ Association (Thunder Bay & Orillia)

SWSA VAN

Outdoor Recreation Students’ Society

LU Operation Wallacea Operatives (Biological Conservation Expeditions)

Social Work Students’ Association

Orillia Cheerleading Club

LU Visual Arts Network

Orillia ThunderCATS (Community Action Team)

Athletic/Recreational LUCK

LU Kayaking Club

LUT

LU Timbersports (Woodsmen/women)

Orillia VEG*N Club

Aboriginal Culture

& Support Services Throughout its history, Lakehead University has developed strong connections and partnerships with the Aboriginal peoples of Northwestern Ontario and Canada. We have sought to develop innovative programming that honours and celebrates Aboriginal heritage while providing culturally appropriate support for the next generation of Aboriginal learners. Develop an understanding of Aboriginal culture, heritage, and language by participating in activities that heighten your awareness of Aboriginal issues and identity. Various programs and courses are available to learn about Aboriginal language, history and culture, and they are available to all students. Other options include an Indigenous Speaker Series, Elders program, smudging, sweat lodge ceremonies, feasts, traditional teachings, cross-cultural workshops, pow wow, art displays and much more!

Aboriginal Cultural & Support Services (ACSS) For individuals of Aboriginal ancestry, Lakehead University’s ACSS provides a culturally supportive environment for Status, Non-Status, Inuit and Métis learners. Through a wide range of academic, individual, cultural and transitional services and support, the ACSS assists Aboriginal students in reaching their academic goals. All students have access to the Aboriginal Resource Centre and Lounge, which consists of an Elders’ room, computer lab, relaxation area, and a place to study or visit with peers. Aboriginal Cultural & Support Services (807) 343-8085

 aboriginalservices.lakeheadu.ca

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Athletic Entrance Scholarships Lakehead University has created new scholarship opportunities, valued at up to $3,500 each, for entering student athletes who will be members of a 20122013 Lakehead University Varsity Team. More information can be found on pages 20-21 of this Viewbook.

Varsity & Club Teams

ATHLETICS Athletics is an integral part of the university experience that is vital to your educational growth and advancement. You will have the opportunity to foster friendships, goodwill and overall fitness at both of our campuses. Whether you choose to join a team, or you just want to get active for the health of it, you’ll find what you’re looking for at Lakehead University.

Lakehead offers a variety of competitive men’s and women’s varsity and club level sports teams (see list). Lakehead’s Athletics Department also features a comprehensive Campus Recreation program. Working hard to promote a healthy and active campus lifestyle, Campus Recreation provides you with a great selection of intramurals to choose from.

Thunder Bay Campus

Orillia Campus

Thunder Bay Campus Facilities

Orillia Campus Facilities

Join in the howl as you cheer on your Lakehead Thunderwolves to victory during home venue games. With an unyielding student body and dedicated community following, every action-packed game is full of excitement that’s not to be missed!

You will enjoy extensive on-campus fitness facilities at the C.J. Sanders Fieldhouse and our newest facility, The Hangar.

As a newer campus, Lakehead’s Orillia Campus will see its athletics facilities develop in years to come. In the interim, full-time Lakehead University – Orillia Campus students are eligible for membership at the YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka during the fall and winter semesters. There is no additional cost for the membership as it is covered by your Athletics fees.

Basketball

Lacrosse

Basketball

Flag Football

Rugby

Hockey – Ball (Men’s League) Hockey – Ice (Men’s & Co-Ed)

Latin Dance

Dodgeball

Athletics Sport Conditioning

Soccer (Indoor & Outdoor)

Flag Football

Boot Campus

Beginner Yoga

Floor Hockey

Circuit Training

Fit Yoga

Ultimate Frisbee

Soccer

Core Strength Training

Kundalini Yoga

Ultimate Frisbee

Hip Hop

Volleyball

Volleyball

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Aerobic & Fitness Classes (Thunder Bay)

Sizzling Cardio Salsa

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Basketball

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Cross-Country Running

TBay

Curling

Orillia

Hockey

Nordic Skiing

TBay

Rowing

Orillia

Track & Field

TBay

TBay

Volleyball

Lakehead Thunderwolves

Campus Recreation & Intramural Sport Leagues

Varsity

The C.J. Sanders Fieldhouse features the 15,000-square-foot Thunderdome gymnasium, state-of-the-art Wolves’ Den fitness centre, newly-renovated 50-metre eight-lane swimming pool, cardio room, outdoor sports fields, beach volleyball courts, Kinesiology labs, squash court, and change rooms complete with saunas. The Hangar, Lakehead’s newest 50,000-square-foot student athletic facility features a 200-metre track, pro-grade artificial turf field, climbing wall, and additional weight training, aerobic and cardio areas. The Hangar is also home to the new Sports Medicine Clinic.

The YMCA offers a wide variety of recreational activities to help you stay active and reduce stress. And a bonus – memberships can be used at YMCA facilities outside of the Simcoe/Muskoka region when you are away during holidays or academic placements.

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Wrestling

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Baseball

TBay

Cricket

TBay

Curling

Dance Equestrian

Golf

Hockey

Hockey

TBay

TBay

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Orillia

TBay

Lacrosse

Rugby

Soccer

Soccer

TBay

Ultimate Frisbee

TBay

Volleyball

TBay

TBay Orillia

TBay

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Lakehead Guarantees Residence to ALL High School Students!*

Check out the Top 8 Reasons to Live in Residence:  mylakehead.ca/top8residence

Lakehead University is committed to helping you achieve your academic and personal goals. Whatever concerns or challenges you may have, there’s a strong support system to help guide you throughout your university career.

Student Success Lakehead will help you transition to university and throughout your years. We provide academic advising and support, tutoring services, career exploration, co-operative education opportunities, leadership development and job preparation. We also offer new student orientation and first-year experience programs.

Student Accessibility Services Coordinates services and facilitates academic accommodations for students with disabilities. Students with special needs related to a disability are encouraged to contact Student Accessibility Services as early as possible to arrange for any academic and/or physical accommodations that may be necessary.

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Student Awards & Financial Aid Offers various forms of assistance related to student loans (OSAP), scholarships and bursaries, financial planning and the oncampus work-study programs.

Registrarial Services Provides information on registration, academic records, course timetables, academic calendars and enrolment verification.

Student Health & Counselling Chaplaincy The Chaplain serves the whole university community, regardless of religious affiliation. Personal concerns, spiritual direction, addictions and grief counselling are issues for discussion with the Chaplain.

Ombudsperson Provides help and advice with an impartial view on a wide range of issues, including academic concerns, appeals, campus services, personal matters, and landlord and tenant relations.

Continuing Education & Distributed Learning Offers seminars, courses and complete programs in alternative delivery formats, such as web-based online instruction and independent study.

The Thunder Bay Centre provides comprehensive health services through a team of registered nurses, doctors and counsellors. Services include physician appointments, referrals to specialists, and personal counselling. The Orillia Wellness Centre offers access to personal counselling, a naturopathic doctor, chaplain and resources on health and wellness services in Orillia and the surrounding area.

Admissions & Recruitment Offers information about applying to programs, admissions requirements and advanced standing assessments. Campus tours, Preview Days and other special events are also arranged by the office.

Thunder Bay Campus

Residence Meal Plans High School Students**

From the people you’ll meet to the laughs you’ll share, there’s so much to do and learn that living in residence will become a whole new way of life. You’ll enjoy the convenience of on-campus living, with easy access to classes and academic resources. You’ll also have access to a support system to help guide you through the transition to university life.

Our Residences Lakehead University – Thunder Bay Campus offers three primary living styles: residence halls, apartments and townhouses. Each style provides a unique environment that allows you to experience freedom while receiving the academic and social support you need to succeed. Our residence halls have basic single and single rooms and come with the convenience of a full meal plan. The apartment and townhouse accommodations are reserved for upper-year students.

Single Room 15’ x 13’

Residence Costs September to April 2011-2012 Basic Single

$8265.00

Room & Meal Plan

Single

$8265.00

Room & Meal Plan

Apartment

$6035.00

Room Only

Townhouse

$6010.00

Room Only

Basic Single Room 10’ x 10’

Lakehead’s Thunder Bay Campus residence halls include a compulsory, comprehensive meal plan. Our ‘marché-style’ Residence Dining Hall offers numerous dining options where each meal is all-you-care-to-eat. Your meal plan also includes a declining balance portion that can be used at many other on-campus food service outlets, including: Tim Horton’s, Main Cafeteria, Dan’s Diner, Nick’s Garage, Agora Bistro, Starbucks (in Library), and the Bora Laskin Building. PLAN A All Day Dining

PLAN B 10-Meal Plan

Unlimited entry to the Residence Dining Hall during regular hours of operation

Entry into the Residence Dining Hall up to 10 times per week

$100 declining balance for Aramark-operated food service outlets

$900 declining balance for Aramark-operated food service outlets

For more information on food services and meal plans:

 lakeheadu.campusdish.com * Guarantee subject to high school student being admitted to Lakehead University by June 1, 2012 ** Complete terms and conditions for all meal plans available online at residence.lakeheadu.ca

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Lakehead Guarantees Residence to ALL High School Students!*

FINANCING YOUR EDUCATION Orillia Campus You now have the convenience of living on North America’s first LEED® certified university campus. Newly opened in the fall of 2011, our first residence complex at the Orillia Campus has been designed to give you the freedom and space to make it your ‘home away from home’ while at the same time fostering a community unlike any other. Making the move from home to university is a big step, and living in residence provides a great transition for first-year students. You’ll love living in residence. You’ll find it’s more than just a place to live – it’s a place where you and your fellow students will learn, grow, and develop.

* Guarantee subject to high school student being admitted to Lakehead University by June 1, 2012 ** Complete terms and conditions for all meal plans available online at residence.lakeheadu.ca

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Our Residence The Lakehead University – Orillia Campus residence complex features a modern residence hall dorm design. The 271-bed residence provides y ou with your own single room with a double bed and an insuite sink, and a bathroom you share with one other student. Each floor houses 40 single rooms, a laundry facility, kitchenette, and quiet room. The main floor features a games room, meeting room, and storage facilities for sports equipment and bikes.

Residence Costs

Cost of University

September to April 2011-2012 SINGLE with Meal Plan A

$9850.00

Room & Meal Plan

SINGLE with Meal Plan B

$9350.00

Room & Meal Plan

Residence Meal Plans

Although costs will vary with your personal spending habits, here is a useful guideline of a typical Lakehead University student budget:

Thunder Bay

Orillia

Local Student

Residence Student

Local Student

Residence Student

Tuition *

$5,250

$5,250

$5,250

$5,250

$870

$743

$743

Activity Fees **

$870

High School Students**

Residence Fees

Lakehead’s Orillia Campus residence hall includes a compulsory, comprehensive meal plan.

Books/Supplies/ Field Trips

$1,000

$1,000

$1,000

$1,000

Personal Expenses

$1,600

$1,600

$1,600

$1,600

The Residence Dining Hall offers numerous dining options to cater to your tastes while also accommodating a number of dietary choices and restrictions. Using a declining balance system, you have the freedom to customize your meal choices throughout the school year.

Transportation

$400

$1,100

$400

$600

Entertainment

$1,500

$1,500

$1,500

$1,500

TOTAL

$10,620

$19,585

$10,493

$19,993

PLAN A Regular Meal Plan

PLAN B Light Meal Plan

$4,000 declining balance

$3,500 declining balance

$8,265

$9,300

Attending university is one of the most significant financial investments you will make in your life. It is also the one that will provide the greatest return on your investment in years to come. There are a number of different options available to you when putting together a plan to finance your university education. In addition to administering financial aid programs, Lakehead University also offers career and co-operative education services that can help you find employment both on and off campus. Services include an online job bank, employment counselling, and assistance with job search techniques, résumé composition and interview skills.

 mylakehead.ca/costofuniversity

* 2011/2012 tuition fees range from $5,250 to $6,264 for degree programs. Tuition fees for international students were $14,500 for degree programs. International students are required to enrol in the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP). Contact Lakehead University International for information on the cost of this health care protection plan. ** 2011/2012 activity fees varied depending on program of choice.

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Rewarding excellent academic performance with scholarships, assisting those with limited financial resources, and providing overall financial planning guidance, the Office of Student Awards and Financial Aid administers programs that can help you meet the major financial commitment of pursuing a degree.

How and When Are Entrance Scholarship Offers Made? Entrance Scholarship averages are calculated based on the highest six Grade 12 U or M academic marks available at the time of the Scholarship Offer. Scholarship Offers will be extended in two rounds. Round One will take place in May 2012, and Round Two will take place in July 2012. Qualified students will be awarded the best scholarship from either of the two rounds.

 financialaid.lakeheadu.ca

Out-of-province students must provide midterm marks by the end of April 2012 to be considered for scholarships. Final marks must be received by the end of July 2012 to be eligible for scholarship consideration. Students who are admitted to Lakehead University after May 2012 may be considered for scholarships.

Academic Entrance Scholarships 2012/13 Automatic – No Scholarship Application Required

Scholarship Total

Academic Average

(value per year)

95.0% & OVER

=

90.0%  94.9%

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85.0%  89.9%

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80.0%  84.9%

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FREE TUITION (Tuition x 4 years)*

$10,000 ($2,500 x 4 years)†

$6,000 ($1,500 x 4 years)†

$3,000 ($750 x 4 years)†

Scholarships Available UNLIMITED

UNLIMITED

UNLIMITED UNLIMITED

Who Is Eligible?

Are Entrance Scholarships Renewable?

Academic Entrance Scholarships are automatically awarded, with no application required, to Canadian scholars entering Lakehead University from a recognized Canadian high school curriculum.

Yes – students awarded a renewable Academic Entrance Scholarship must maintain a minimum 80% or 90% average in each academic year, according to the terms found in the Scholarship Offer. A normal full course load is required in each year of study.

* Renewable providing a 90% average is achieved in each academic year. If a student’s university academic average falls between 80.0% - 89.9%, the student will receive an amended scholarship valued at $2,500 / year for each subsequent academic year for the remaining term of the scholarship. † Renewable providing an 80% average is achieved in each academic year.

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Could The Value Of My Entrance Scholarship Offer Change? Yes, your scholarship offer can always improve! Your final Entrance Scholarship value will be the best value from either Round One or Round Two. Note: Lakehead University reserves the right to make changes without prior notice to the terms, conditions, and award values contained in this publication. Any and all official rules and regulations governing scholarships/awards/ bursaries are available online by visiting: mycoursecalendar.lakeheadu.ca

Complete scholarship, award and bursary details, including application forms, may be found online by visiting:  financialaid.lakeheadu.ca

Additional Scholarships Lakehead University Presidential Scholarships Value: up to 2 x $30,000 ($7,500/year for 4 years) Rewarded to up to two outstanding high school students annually who have achieved a minimum 90% average and have demonstrated leadership qualities and made significant contributions to their high school and their community. Candidates selected for an interview will have their expenses paid to travel to Thunder Bay. Deadline to Apply: April 15, 2012

Lakehead University Northwestern Ontario & Simcoe County Citizenship Scholarships Value: $12,000 ($3,000/year x 4 years) Awarded by nomination to a graduating student who models good citizenship within their high school and community, from each of the high schools in Northwestern Ontario and Simcoe County. A minimum 85% average in Grade 12 U or M academic marks is required. Renewable for four years, provided a minimum 80% average is maintained for each subsequent year. This scholarship may be combined with the Lakehead University Academic Entrance Scholarship up to the maximum value of free tuition. This scholarship cannot be held with the Lakehead University Presidential Scholarship.

Bursary Entrance Bursaries Up to $1,500 General + $800 Travel = $2,300 Deadline to Apply: April 15, 2012 & June 30, 2012

Lakehead University Entrance Athletic Scholarships for Varsity Athletes Value: up to $3,500 Entrance student athletes with a minimum admission average of 80%, who meet CIS and OUA eligibility criteria, and who will be members of a 2012-2013 Lakehead University Varsity team are eligible for consideration. You are encouraged to contact the Lakehead University Athletics Department for more information.

Lakehead University Specialist High Skills Major Award Value: $500 Award + Guaranteed Residence Hall Room-Style Choice Awarded to qualified students who have completed their Red Seal Ontario Secondary School Diploma with a Specialist High Skills Major in the Environment, Health & Wellness, or Mining. Applicants must indicate they are completing a Specialist High Skills Major on their OUAC application, and must submit the SHSM Financial Award Application by the deadline for consideration. Deadline to Apply: June 1, 2012

Bursaries are awarded to students: • Based on financial need • Travel Bursary based on living over 700 km from the Thunder Bay or Orillia Campus • You must apply for the Entrance & Travel Bursaries; the application is available online through: financialaid.lakeheadu.ca

Note: An individual may receive a single award (eg. Presidential Scholarship) that is greater than the tuition fee, but otherwise the maximum funding (for stacking purpose) provided from the University’s operating budget is the full value of tuition. If the scholarship (award) is endowed, there is no limit on the amount that an individual can receive (stack).

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Physical Sciences Our world has forces and systems at work within it that are not governed by living organisms. These fields of science examine non-living systems and help us understand the behaviour of the natural world around us. Chemistry Earth Science Geology

Health & Wellness The dream of a career in a health profession can come true as you set your path to a life devoted to helping others. Psychology

Medicine

Kinesiology

Gerontology

Nursing

Social Work

Social Sciences

Life Sciences

How our societies function – where we’ve come from, where we find ourselves today, and where we are going – is examined in a number of areas of study.

Our world is filled with living organisms and how we understand their functioning gives us insight into our own human condition and the relationship that binds life together on Earth.

Anthropology

Women’s Studies

Geography

Criminology

Mathematics

Mathematics

Media Studies

Economics

Sustainability & the Natural Environment

Indigenous Learning

Education

Political Science

Psychology

Law

Northern Studies

Now, more than ever, we must understand the environments we live in, and what impacts we are having on them. From pollution, to water quality, and the management of natural resources, knowledge is the key to making a difference.

Sociology

Geoarchaeology

Physics

Engineering & Technology Our world is developed through our ideas and our physical creations. Innovation and advancement has driven us forward and promises a future limited only by our creative imagination. Computer Science

Chemical Engineering

Bioinformatics

Civil Engineering

Information Systems

Electrical Engineering

Applied Bio-Molecular Science

Mechanical Engineering Software Engineering

Environmental Studies

Forestry

Geography

Earth Science

Water Resource Science

Resource & Environmental Economics

Environmental Sustainability Outdoor Recreation, Parks & Tourism

Geology Natural Science

Environmental Management

FINDING THE RIGHT PROGRAM FOR YOU

Arts & Humanities When we look at our world, we form opinions, create ideas, and we express ourselves through various forms of creation. Our human condition is examined through various forms and mediums.

Biology

Natural Science

Bioinformatics

Environmental Management

Forestry Applied Bio-Molecular Science

Mathematics

Music

History

Visual Arts

Languages

Education

Law

Philosophy

Kinesiology

Business & the Economy Money, goods and services drive our economy. How we have created business, industry and systems to monitor, trade, exchange, and work with these commodities impacts our entire world. Economics

Information Systems

Business Administrative Studies

International Business

Accounting English

Anthropology

Marketing

Business Economics

Resource & Environmental Economics

Business Finance

Forestry

General Management Human Resources Management / Industrial Relations

Trying to sift through all of the different program options that are available at university can be a daunting task. You may know that you’re interested in a particular field of study or type of work, but how do you know what programs can help you get there? On these two pages, we’ve taken a different approach to organizing our programs by grouping them together into clusters. When you find a cluster that matches your interests, you can then see the different programs at Lakehead that can help lead you to a career in this area. Enjoy the exploration and consider how many different options can lead you towards a similar goal.

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English

Languages

BA, HBA, HBA (English with French, History or Philosophy Majors), HBASc, BA/BEd, HBA/BEd, HBA/BEd (English with French or History Majors), HBASc/BEd, MA

BA, BA/BEd (French), HBA, HBA (French with English or Philosophy Majors), HBA/BEd (French), HBA/BEd (English and French), Certificate of French Proficiency, Aboriginal Languages Specialist’s Certificate

Discover the world’s diverse cultures and the contexts in which we live our lives through a detailed study of literature and language. You will explore different types of literature, take classes in creative and academic writing, study literary theory, and examine texts from specific time periods, genres and nations.

As instruments of communication and discovery, languages open a window on the diversity of human experience. You have the choice to major in French, as well as the opportunity to explore the Classics, Finnish, German, Italian, Native, and Spanish languages.

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History

Music

Social Sciences & Humanities

BA, BA/HBOR, BA/BEd, HBA, HBA (History with English, Philosophy or Political Science Majors), HBA/BEd, HBA/BEd (History and English), MA

HBMus, HBA, HBA/BEd

The various disciplines that make up the Social Sciences and Humanities are all concerned with understanding social reality and are at the core of every university degree.

Develop a broad-based understanding of the life experiences and communities of Aboriginal peoples. Building upon the integral place of oral testimony, material culture and language in the understanding of the life experience of Aboriginal peoples, the program also integrates disciplines such as history, geography, anthropology and sociology.

“The unexamined life is not worth living.” – Socrates

Socrates, the philosopher, said that the unexamined life is not worth living. When we look for answers to the big and unavoidable questions that confront us... As individuals:

And as societies:

Who am I?

How did we get here?

What’s true?

Where should we be going?

What’s good? What’s just?

What would a just society look like? What should we teach our children? Are there universal human values?

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...we inevitably look to the Social Sciences and Humanities. When you major in Social Sciences and Humanities, you will have the opportunity to concentrate your studies on those aspects of social reality that are most important to you. Your future success will be shaped by the intellectual skills you will develop in a Social Sciences and Humanities program: critical thinking, communication, cultural and historical understanding, judgment, and adaptability.

Become involved in the study of creating a shared understanding of past events. Your exploration will encompass all aspects of human experience in all parts of the world, including such fields as medical, environmental, cultural, political, economic, Aboriginal and women’s history.

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Indigenous Learning BA, BA/BEd, HBA, HBA (Indigenous Learning and Philosophy), HBA/BEd, Certificate in Indigenous Learning

Develop your performance skills and deepen your awareness and understanding of music theory and history. Select any of the orchestral instruments to study or choose from saxophone, classical guitar, piano, organ or voice. Your study of music will challenge you as an intellectual discipline, and as a creative and performing artist.

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Northern Studies HBA, HBSc

Explore the peoples and environments of the northern parts of Canada, as well as other parts of the circumpolar world. Your interdisciplinary experience will draw from many disciplines, including: anthropology, biology, chemistry, economics, environmental studies, geography, history, indigenous learning, outdoor recreation, political science, and sociology.

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General Arts BA

The General Arts program provides you with the opportunity to discover what university really has to offer. It is ideal if you are looking for a broad education at the university level, or if you are exploring your options before selecting a particular major or discipline.

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Kristie Williams HBA/BEd Indigenous Learning J/I Moose Factory, ON “Indigenous Learning is a challenging and rewarding program. Through the program, my understanding of Indigenous issues is broadening and it is also relevant to other disciplines.”

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Philosophy

Sociology

Visual Arts

Women’s Studies

BA, BA (Philosophy and Psychology), BA/BEd, HBA, HBA (Philosophy with English, French, History, Indigenous Learning, Psychology or Political Science Majors), HBA/BEd

BA, BA/BEd, HBA, HBA/BEd, MA

BA, BA/BEd, HBFA, HBFA/BEd

Study all aspects of life related to the fact that humans live in groups, ranging from personal relationships to impersonal forces that operate on national and global levels. You will explore issues related to health and illness, crime and deviance, popular culture, social change, economy and society, schooling, social inequality, prejudice and discrimination.

Combine practical, theoretical and critical approaches to the study of art and art history. Be recognized as an individual artist by faculty who focus on you in studio class settings devoted to painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, and printmaking. Enjoy unique opportunities to exhibit in public and private galleries throughout your program.

BA, BA/BEd, BA/HBOR, HBA, MA, MEd, MSW with Graduate Specialization in Women’s Studies

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The study of Philosophy is at the heart of university culture and intellectual life. Your exploration of the great questions and thinkers of the past and present will result in the development of your own reasoning skills through argument and debate. Examine both the natural and human world, and discover the ideas at the foundation of science and the arts in our world.

Explore the many ways in which societies both shape and are shaped by women’s experiences. Your critical examination includes an interdisciplinary approach, covering topics in women’s health, history, law, social policy, sociology, psychology, education, literature and cross-cultural studies.  mylakehead.ca/womensstudies

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Jocelyn Hannusch

Political Science

HBA English Thunder Bay, ON

BA, BA (Political Science – Pre-Law), BA (Political Science and Economics), BA/BEd, HBA, HBA (Political Science – Pre-Law), HBA (Political Science with Economics, History or Philosophy Majors), HBA/BEd

Examine the theory and practice of state and government, and the benefits we seek through political organization, such as freedom, well-being, equality and justice. You will study all aspects of Canadian politics, while also exploring political systems in Europe, America, the Third World, Asia and Communist areas. A specialized 3 or 4-year pre-law degree option is available.  mylakehead.ca/politicalscience

“I love the diversity of the English program. I prefer studying the way the written word can be applied to the world around us – like articles and newspapers, as well as other media, so I am enjoying how there are different courses I can take that cater to my interests.”

Outdoor Recreation, Parks & Tourism HBOR, HBOR/BA (Geography, History, or Women’s Studies), HBOR/BSc (Natural Science), Specializations in Leadership, Parks and Tourism, HBOR/BEd, MES in Nature-Based Recreation and Tourism

One of a kind in Canada.

Ulysses Patola HBA/BEd History I/S Thunder Bay, ON “My program is challenging, but in a positive way. I am given the opportunity to focus on my own research interests, while also learning the essential building blocks of my discipline.”

Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism offers you the chance to experience a unique integration of theoretical and applied perspectives related to the study of recreational activities and leisure pursuits in natural environments. A professional field of study and employment, Outdoor Recreation is playing an increasingly important role in our contemporary lives contributing to health and fitness, family cohesion, friendship, personal reflection, enrichment of culture and appreciation of natural environments. You have the option to enhance your program with a specialization in Leadership, Parks or Tourism. Tourism is one of the world’s fastest-growing industries, and is on the way to becoming the world’s largest economic sector. The Parks profession looks at the protection and conservation of lands and waters contributing to climate stability, biodiversity and historical, scientific, educational, scenic and outdoor recreation values. Lakehead’s campus and abundant nearby natural environments provide ideal outdoor learning and recreational opportunities including world-class cross-country skiing, ice climbing, dogsledding, mountain biking, hiking, canoeing, kayaking and wildlife viewing.  mylakehead.ca/outdoorrec

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Lakehead University’s geographic locations in Northwestern and Central Ontario present a perfect natural laboratory for your education in the disciplines of Science and Environmental Studies.

Anthropology

Biology

BA, HBA, BSc, HBSc, HBASc, BA/BEd, HBA/BEd, BSc/BEd, HBSc/BEd, HBASc/BEd

BSc, BSc (Natural Science)/HBOR, HBSc, HBSc (Biology and Chemistry), HBESc, HBESc/BEd, BSc/BEd, HBSc/BEd, HBSc/BEd (Biology and Chemistry), MSc

Anthropology involves the examination of humans and our ancient ancestors from a mix of biological, cognitive, socio-cultural and historical perspectives. Explore a wide range of topics, including human bio-cultural evolution and adaptations, the analysis of archaeological sites and artefacts, forensic anthropology and the application of DNA, and the variety of human cultures and societies.  mylakeheadu.ca/anthropology

Science & Environmental Studies

Applied Bio-Molecular Science HBSc

Explore the modern applications of biomolecular research in anthropology, chemistry, biology and physics. Examine the role of molecules in living organisms and the human manipulation of molecular biological processes. You will acquire skills in cutting-edge molecular biology, biotechnology and diagnostic methods in our world-renowned labs.  mylakehead.ca/abms

Bioinformatics

Satisfy your curiosity about the structures and functions of the natural world by studying biology in a way that suits your career aspirations. Whether outdoors or in the lab, you will explore local and global issues in ecology and evolution, biodiversity conservation, disturbance ecology and ecosystem recovery, aquatic ecotoxicology, environmental microbiology, biomass conversion, bio-refining, bio-energy and much more!  mylakehead.ca/biology

Chemistry HBSc, HBSc (Biology and Chemistry), HBSc/BEd, HBSc/BEd (Biology and Chemistry), MSc

Examine the materials that make up our universe, the way in which bonds are formed between atoms and the interactions of molecules. You will have the opportunity to explore specialty areas, including analytical chemistry, biochemistry, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry and polymer chemistry.  mylakehead.ca/chemistry

HBSc

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Taking full advantage of the natural environment, we provide you with the opportunity to get out in the field from the very first year. You may find amethyst and veins of silver in the rocks of the Canadian Shield, conduct an archaeological site excavation, explore boreal forests, streams and lakes, or study First Nations’ settlement and land use, using up-to-date GIS mapping and satellite-based global positioning systems.

General Science

In the lab, you may explore the strange behaviour of thin molecular films, develop new uses for lasers and fibre optics, extract DNA from archaeological samples, or synthesize new polymers of silicon. Whether a course is in the field or in the lab environment, you will learn from internationally renowned researchers and professors who bring their latest findings into the classroom. You will have many opportunities to get involved in research at the undergraduate level, partnering with your professors as you seek to the next great discovery or innovation of tomorrow.

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BSc

The General Science program provides you with the opportunity to discover what university really has to offer. It is ideal if you are looking for a broad education at the university level, or if you are exploring your options before selecting a particular major or discipline.

Bring together the worlds of information technology and molecular biology to develop a meaningful understanding of the rich and diverse biological world that surrounds us. Leading the way in the next stage of scientific evolution, you will integrate tools from many disciplines, including mathematics, computer science, biology, chemistry and physics.  mylakehead.ca/bioinformatics

Computer Science BSc (Co-op option available), HBSc (Co-op option available), BSc/BEd, HBSc/BEd, MSc

Meriem Benlamri HBSc Biology Constantine, Algeria “As a Biology major, I have found the range of courses offered to be very intriguing, opening doors to a variety of possible jobs in the future.”

Think big as you explore the world of computer science while engaging in a focused program stream in Business, Science, or Hardware. Experience high-tech ATAC labs and classrooms, enjoy access to a 64-processor shared memory parallel computer and stunning 3-D virtual reality lab, and learn about the latest advances in game programming, Internet applications and computer security.  mylakehead.ca/computerscience

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Economics

Geography

Physics

BA, BA (Economics with Mathematics or Political Science Majors), HBA, HBA (Economics and Political Science), MA

BA, HBA, BA/HBOR, BA/BEd, HBA/BEd, BSc, HBSc, HBSc (Geography and Geology), HBSc/BEd, HBASc, HBASc/BEd, HBES, HBES/BEd, HBESc, HBESc/BEd, Certificate in Mapping Sciences

BSc, BSc (Mathematics and Physics), BSc/BEd, HBSc (Co-op option available), HBSc/BEd, MSc

Economics is the essence of human material existence. Study the resource and social choices we make and how we respond to incentives and information and coordinate our responses to these influences via the institution of markets. A core understanding of economic theory, statistics and quantitative analysis is combined with topics related to labour, natural resources and industrial organization.  mylakehead.ca/economics

Explore spatial patterns and processes on the surface of the earth, mainly in the context of human activities. You will explore where people and activities are located, why they are located where they are, and what changes are occurring as a result. Specialized studies in climate change, glacial processes, soil analysis, conservation, human responses to natural hazards and water resource management are available.  mylakehead.ca/geography

Environmental Studies Adrian Arts HBSc Water Resource Science Victoria, BC “I chose Lakehead University because my program is one of very few in North America. It is a smaller university with small class sizes and Northern Ontario is a good place for hands-on environmental work.”

Elyse Schebesch

HBESc (Biology, Earth Science or Geography Majors), HBESc/BEd (Biology or Geography Majors), HBES (Geography Major), HBES/BEd (Geography Major)

As human interference with the environment continues to grow, it is clear that environmental issues are essentially multidisciplinary in nature. In addition to the scientific exploration and inquiry involved in this discipline, you will examine socioeconomic, cultural and political factors that affect the environment.  mylakehead.ca/environmentalstudies

BSc, BSc/BEd, HBESc (Earth Science), HBSc, HBSc (Geography and Geology), HBSc/BEd, MSc

Geology is the study of the Earth and other celestial bodies. In addition to the bedrock and loose sediment that covers it, you will investigate our planet’s atmosphere and hydrosphere, its history and life. Examine modern processes as they are occuring on the surface and in the interior of the Earth and other planets and moons in the solar system.

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Resource and Environmental Economics HBScREE

The sustainability of our environment and its natural resources is a key and pressing 21st century issue, especially in light of climate change and global warming. Develop an understanding of these topics and evaluate how economic activity impacts the environment, in a program that combines the academic intensity of an economics degree with the scientific depth and breadth of an environmental science degree.  mylakehead.ca/ree

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HBSc/BEd Mathematics P/J Thunder Bay, ON “I feel so comfortable with the people and the environment at Lakehead University. Everyone working here is so friendly and very approachable; they’re all here to help you get the best experience possible.”

Geology

Study the laws of nature and gain insight into the mysteries of our universe. With access to excellent equipment and facilities, you will acquire a solid foundation in subjects such as electricity, optics (including fibre optics), quantum mechanics, condensed matter physics, electronics, and computer hardware and software.

Geoarchaeology BSc, HBSc

Aid in the interpretation of the archaeological record of ancient human societies by bringing together the fields of anthropology, geography and geology. Your interdisciplinary exploration will include archaeological site formation, paleogeography, paleoenvironmental reconstruction, chronometric dating and the application of methods from the natural and physical sciences to archaeological materials.  mylakehead.ca/geoarchaeology

Mathematics BA, BA (Mathematics and Economics), BA/BEd, HBA, HBA/BEd, BSc, BSc (Mathematics and Physics), BSc/BEd, HBSc, HBSc (Mathematical Physics), HBSc/BEd, MSc

Mathematics is a science of pattern and order. It seeks order where there is chaos. You will explore hidden patterns that help us understand many of the complex problems that surround us. The study of mathematics develops analytical and critical thinking skills, which employers find extremely valuable in today’s competitive job market.

Water Resource Science BSc, HBSc

Water quality and adequate supply have become important issues in Canada and the rest of the world. These concerns are increasing as the expanding human population puts more stress on this limited resource. Learn to solve the complex problems related to sustaining and improving water quality to meet the many growing demands.  mylakehead.ca/wrs

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English

Interdisciplinary Studies

HBASc, HBASc/BEd

HBASc, HBASc/BEd

HBASc, HBASc/BEd, BASc/BEd

Examine our species from a mix of biological, cognitive, socio-cultural and historical perspectives. Lakehead Orillia’s Anthropology program provides many opportunities to take your inclass learning and apply it in the field. Conduct archaeological digs, including site preparation, develop tracking systems, and learn to extract and preserve finds.

Literature provides us with documentation of virtually every aspect of human existence. Sometimes it reflects and reinforces the ideas of the time in which it was created, and sometimes it challenges those ideas and contributes to changing them. Centred on a detailed study of literature and language, Lakehead’s English program encourages you to develop your distinctive aptitudes and intellectual abilities, and to discover more about the diverse cultures and contexts in which we live our lives.

The Interdisciplinary Studies program is flexible in its design, allowing you to customize your education experience. You will be encouraged to think beyond isolated disciplinary structures and develop multidisciplinary critical thinking skills and problem-solving strategies.

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Criminology*

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HBASc

Examine the causes and effects of crime and criminal behaviour on individuals and society as a whole. Truly interdisciplinary in scope, your study of Criminology will introduce you to the foundations of crime and the systems in place to set and dispense punishment. In criminalistics, you will delve into the world of forensic evidence collection and the scientific analysis of physical evidence, as well as the role of forensic science in criminal justice proceedings.

Orillia Campus Exclusive

Arts & Science

* Subject to final program approval.

Arts & Science at the Orillia Campus

Unique Combinations Chosen By You

At the Lakehead University – Orillia Campus, we’ve embraced an interdisciplinary approach to study through unique degree programs that combine the worlds of both Arts AND Science.

Combining Arts and Science allows you to see the commonalities across the disciplines while concentrating on developing higher-level critical thinking skills. You will take at least three courses in Arts (Social Sciences and Humanities) and in Science (Science and Environmental Studies). This enables you to focus on what interests you, yet also become aware of a much wider horizon, preparing you to address local and global issues with problem-solving skills that go beyond specific disciplines.

The Honours Bachelor of Arts & Science (HBASc) degree gives you the choice of seven different majors. A major in Interdisciplinary Studies allows you to combine specializations in areas as varied as Biology and History, or as similar as Sociology and Psychology. If you like the broad scope of study offered by the HBASc program, but still want a more concentrated focus, you can choose from majors in Anthropology, Criminology, English, Geography, Environmental Sustainability or Media Studies. The choice is yours.

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You can also enhance your program by combining a number of Arts & Science degree majors with an Education degree through our concurrent education program at the primary/ junior level of teaching (JK – Grade 6).

Environmental Sustainability Designed to produce informed, environmentally conscious and responsible citizens, with excellent communication skills and problem-solving abilities. You will be prepared to meet the growing demands of interdisciplinary environmental practitioners in a variety of disciplines related to Environmental Sustainability. The Lakehead University – Orillia Campus is the perfect location to enter this emerging field as North America’s first LEED® campus for environmental sustainability.

Geography HBASc, HBASc/BEd

HBASc/BEd Barrie, ON “Lakehead is located right in Central Ontario, allowing students in Barrie and the surrounding areas to commute. In my case, this is a major benefit since I am able to save money by still living at home. My favourite thing about Lakehead Orillia is that it is much smaller than other universities. It is easier to befriend fellow classmates and get to know professors on a first-name basis.”

As an Interdisciplinary Studies major, you choose ANY two specializations from: • Anthropology

• History

• Biology

• Media Studies

• Criminology

• Philosophy

• English

• Physical Science

• Environmental Studies

• Political Science

• General Science

• Sociology

• Psychology

• Geography

HBASc (co-op option available)

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Chad Camirand

Orillia Campus Exclusive

What if you are curious about life on Mars and yet love reading poetry? You enjoy looking at tissues through a microscope but also find details about the French Revolution fascinating?

Anthropology

Explore where people and activities are located, why they are located where they are, what changes are occurring in these locations, what impacts these changes are likely to have on human and physical environments, and what can be done about these impacts. You will develop a knowledge of the earth’s physical environments and an understanding of the interrelationship of social, economic, political, and cultural factors.

Your combination of Arts and Science specializations is up to you, based on your interests and your aspirations.  mylakehead.ca/interdisciplinaryorillia

Media Studies* HBASc

Your explorations in Media Studies will involve an array of humanities, science and social science theories and practices. Examine the power and influence of film, video, advertising, visual arts, music, photography, broadcasting and other media on the individual and our society. Drawing on the past, the present and the future, you will encounter emerging topics including social media, culture jamming and alternative media for social change.  mylakehead.ca/mediastudiesorillia * Subject to final program approval.

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The most important advantage for any organization in today’s competitive economy is the quality of its people. The rapid pace of change has meant an increased demand for individuals who are flexible and willing to adapt. However, such individuals are also expected to bring to their work highly specialized skills from the leading edge of technology.

Business Administration & Commerce BAdmin, HBComm (Co-op option available), MBA, MScMgt

Over the past four decades, Lakehead University’s programs in Business and Commerce have evolved to equip you with ongoing flexibility and adaptability through innovative programming that delivers a global perspective while developing a local context to address business and management performance. Your learning experience will be from the practicing manager’s point of view, combining traditional lectures, student seminars, experiential exercises, formal presentations and class discussions of management cases. With small class sizes guaranteed, you will have the chance to stand out while at the same time learning to work effectively in small group settings. Discover the breadth and depth of business training opportunities at Lakehead University when you visit:

Advanced Standing Accreditation Lakehead graduates completing the necessary courses are eligible for significant advanced standing towards a number of professional designations. For example: Honours Bachelor of Commerce graduates with the required accounting courses are exempt from the first of two entrance exams for the Certified Management Accountant (CMA) professional designation; and have met all of the course requirements for the Chartered Accountant (CA) professional designation. Complete details of advanced standing towards professional designations can be found online by visiting: mylakehead.ca/business

Thunder Bay Business

Orillia Business

Bachelor of Administration

Honours Bachelor of Commerce

BAdmin

HBComm (Administrative Studies)

Designed to provide you with an awareness and understanding of the fundamental business principles and practices essential for efficient, effective administration. You will be taught new analytical skills and techniques that will support your professional career development in a changing world.

Your business studies in Orillia will be enhanced by the unique Arts & Science approach at the Orillia Campus while you develop a solid understanding of all aspects of management in business and industry. Your personal combination of business and non-business courses will give you a wide range of management career options beyond graduation. A key strength of this program is that you are able to focus on a non-business area of choice and truly customize your business education.

Honours Bachelor of Commerce HBComm (co-op options available)

Designed to provide you with exposure to all aspects of management in business and industry. You will be prepared to deal with the increasingly complex and dynamic environment in which business and industry must operate. Considerable emphasis is placed on conceptual analytical skills and techniques in order to increase your ability to cope with change and uncertainty. After acquiring a broad understanding of all aspects of business in your first two years, you will then select a major entering into your third year.

HBComm Majors: • Accounting * • Business Economics • Business Finance * • General Management • Human Resources Management/ Industrial Relations *

• Information Systems * • International Business • Marketing *

Ke Zhang Business Administration China “I chose Lakehead University because I can achieve my short terms goals here, which can bring a lot of benefits for me. Coming from China, I find the environment is amazing and there are a lot of different activities around campus and Thunder Bay to be involved with.”

* Co-op option available.

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The only Faculty of Engineering in Canada where you earn a Bachelor of Engineering degree AND an Engineering Technology diploma in only FOUR years!

Engineering BEng with Diploma in Engineering Technology (co-op/intership option available), MSc (available in Control, Electrical & Computer, and Environmental Engineering)

Lakehead’s Engineering programs give employers what they need: graduates with a winning combination – a diploma and a degree! In only four years, you will earn your full Bachelor of Engineering degree and a Diploma in Engineering Technology. It’s a unique combination that attracts Canadian students from Victoria to St. John’s, as well as many international students. The field of engineering is often associated with technological applications and finding solutions for real-world problems in an analytical fashion. In reality, Engineering programs offer you a broad education that includes topics ranging from the Social Sciences and Humanities to the Sciences and Professional Studies.

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Electrical Engineering

BEng (Chemical) (Co-op/Internship option available)

BEng (Electrical) (Co-op/Internship option available)

As a chemical engineer, you will be skilled in the development, design, construction and operation of industrial plants in which matter undergoes a change. Versatile and well-grounded in chemistry, physics and mathematics, you will also apply empirical engineering know-how to solve problems. Become involved in faculty research projects in uranium ore processing, biomedical engineering, generating green energy from biomass, or applying biomembranes in effluent treatment.

As an electrical engineer, you will work on the development and manufacturing of electrical and electronics equipment. You will examine the fundamentals of physical science as well as more practical areas in the design and operation of industrial control systems, communications systems and electronic circuits, and the generation and distribution of electrical power. Specialized study awaits you in areas such as fibre optics, fuzzy controls, wireless communications, satellite communications, power systems and power electronics.

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Civil Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

BEng (Civil) (Co-op/Internship option available)

BEng (Mechanical) (Co-op/Internship option available)

As a civil engineer, you will be involved in the planning, design, construction and rehabilitation of such engineering works as buildings, airports, highways, dams and power projects, water supply and waste disposal systems, bridges, harbours and industrial facilities. You’ll enjoy doing design and research work in highway geometrics and transportation systems, high-performance concretes, environmental issues, watershed analysis, foundation and slope stability projects or structural analysis and design engineering.

As a mechanical engineer, you will create, integrate and apply your knowledge of science and technology chiefly in the design and manufacturing of products. Play an important role in the planning, design, construction and maintenance of equipment used in manufacturing, as well as finished consumer products. Most of the things you use every day were touched by a mechanical engineer – from a soup can to the cars and buses in which you ride, from a jet engine to the Canadarm used on NASA space shuttles.

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It’s is not surprising that employers recruiting engineers include not only manufacturers, chemical companies and electronic firms, but also banks, stockbrokerages and consulting firms, among others. Furthermore, many Engineering graduates go on to law schools, business schools, medical schools or graduate studies in Engineering or other related disciplines.

Software Engineering BEng (Software) (Co-op/Internship option available) Daniela Weaver Photography

Lakehead’s Engineering Students are Winners!

Ryan Grau BEng Mechanical Thunder Bay, ON

Each year, Lakehead’s Engineering students compete in a variety of student competitions across North America, and they consistently place at the top. To see the latest rankings of Lakehead’s engineers, visit:

“Lakehead University provided me with the opportunity to excel in my academic studies. I graduated from the Mechanical Engineering program with First Class Standing. My experience at Lakehead has propelled me to continue my education even further towards obtaining a Master’s degree.”

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Chemical Engineering

As a software engineer, you will develop hardware and software expertise in computers, computer communications, and distributed and real-time computing, with applications to engineering. You will be involved in the day-to-day activities of programming, and hardware and software installation and maintenance. Your learning is enhanced through a focus on the causes, effects and consequences of work related to software and hardware through more complex engineering analysis and software systems design.  mylakehead.ca/softwareengineering

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Forestry HBScF with specializations in: Forest Management, Forest Health and Protection, and Wood Science (Co-op option available)

Modern Natural Resources Management is about people, science and technology, applying natural and social sciences to the management of the environment for the benefit of society. You will acquire a combination of specific business skills, a sound science foundation, and practical experience. These will equip you to find meaningful and lasting solutions for today’s unique environmental challenges, in order to sustain our forests and natural resources for generations to come. With the opportunity to focus your study within a specialization, you will delve deeper into the areas of Forest Management, Forest Health and Protection, or the emerging frontier of Wood Science. You will also be engaged in the high-tech world of modern forest management through advanced GPS/GIS systems, 3-D visualization satellite imagery, genetic research and much more. Lakehead University’s HBScF programs are nationally accredited by the Canadian Forestry Accreditation Board (CFAB), which will provide you with the academic credentials to become a Registered Professional Forester anywhere in Canada.  mylakehead.ca/forestry

Natural Resources Management HBScF (Co-op option available), HBEM (Co-op option available), MF, MScF, PhD in Forest Sciences

The guiding principle in Natural Resources Management is sustainable development, a principle at the basis of global environmental stewardship: to conserve and preserve natural resources in an environment of social and economic sustainability. The natural environment that surrounds us is ever-changing and always in need of managers who can help ensure a sustainable future. Lakehead University’s programs in Natural Resources Management are concerned with the sustainable management of resources such as land, water, soil, forests, plants and animals. Clean air, fresh water, carbon storage, biodiversity, and wildlife and fisheries populations and habitats are all dependent upon healthy forest ecosystems. At the same time, forests provide important products such as wood, biofuels, bioproducts, food, medicinals and open spaces for recreation. Lakehead’s programs will prepare you to take an active and responsible role in the stewardship and future sustainability of Canada’s most important resources.

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Common First Two Years Whether you are interested in the Honours Bachelor of Science in Forestry or the Honours Bachelor of Environmental Management, you will follow a common curriculum for the first two years of your program. Acquiring a broad understanding of the topics and issues surrounding natural resource management will enable you to better understand and pursue your interests when you, after second year, select one of six specializations to complete your program.

Environmental Management HBEM with specializations in: Wildlife Conservation and Management, Conservation Planning and Management, and a Directed Learning Option (Co-op option available)

Timothy Sobey HBEM Etobicoke, ON “The Environmental Management program at Lakehead allows you to have both theoretical and practical knowledge in forestry and prepares you well for a future career.”

As an Environmental Management student, you will obtain a sound understanding of natural processes in environmental ecosystems, including a strong background in forest environments, communication skills in writing and speaking and practical technical experience. Your studies will allow you to understand and maintain the integrity of the fundamental natural processes that drive our world’s ecosystems. With the opportunity to focus your study within a specialization, you will delve deeper into the areas of Wildlife Conservation and Management, Conservation Planning and Management, or maximize your elective opportunities through a Directed Learning Option. Enjoy the flexibility to build an expertise in an area of interest such as wildlife or historical and cultural perspectives. In an option unique to Lakehead University, if you complete the specialization in Wildlife Conservation and Management, you are eligible for accreditation as a Certified Wildlife Biologist by the Wildlife Society of America.  mylakehead.ca/environmentalmanagement

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We help students and teachers prepare for the world. They help the world prepare for the future.

Concurrent Bachelor of Education

Consecutive Bachelor of Education

Native Language Instructors’ Program

Primary/Junior

Primary/Junior

Primary/Junior, Junior/Intermediate, or Intermediate/Senior

Primary/Junior, Junior/Intermediate, or Intermediate/Senior

As a Concurrent Education student, you have the option of taking a fouryear Concurrent Bachelor program or a five-year Concurrent Honours Bachelor program. Take courses in both the Faculty of Education and the faculty offering your academic major (e.g. Kinesiology in the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences) before spending a year exclusively within the Faculty of Education in order to qualify for certification by the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT).

The Native Language Instructors’ Program will prepare you to instruct in Native as a First Language or Native as a Second Language. This summer program focuses on developing skills required for second language teaching, offering a curriculum designed for students who enter the program with an Algonquian language background.

Open to applicants with sufficient academic backgrounds who have already completed an undergraduate degree. The Consecutive Bachelor of Education program leads to certification by the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) after one year of study. Those intending to teach at the secondary level (Intermediate/Senior) must present two ‘teachable’ subjects; those interested in middle school teaching (Junior/ Intermediate) need one ‘teachable’ subject.

Concurrent Education Options Concurrent Bachelor of Education (Native Education)

Lakehead University’s Faculty of Education is an educational centre with world-class size and prestige. Whether you are following a lifelong calling to become a teacher or develop an interest in the field later in your university career, the Faculty of Education offers dynamic programs for earning a Bachelor of Education degree at both the Thunder Bay and Orillia campuses. You may choose to combine any number of undergraduate degrees from a wide range of fields with an Education degree through our Concurrent Education programs, or through a post-degree Consecutive Education (One-Year BEd) option. Our Education degree programs feature an experiential component that is devoted to helping you become a professional, highly adaptive, inspired and inspiring teacher.

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Whether you embark on a career as a teacher after graduation, or apply the many skills you have developed as you enter other fields and careers, you will be prepared to be a leader in an array of disciplines that can shape education, not just in Canada but around the world.  mylakehead.ca/education

Provides students of Native ancestry with the opportunity to pursue an Arts or a Science degree while working toward the Bachelor of Education degree with a specialization in Native Education. Over a four- or five-year period, you will develop professional teaching skills while learning to meet the unique social and cultural needs of the Native community, through courses in Native culture and traditions such as Native languages, Native arts and crafts, and Canada’s First Nations’ literature.

Honours Bachelor of Education (Aboriginal) Primary/Junior

Teaching Levels As an education student, based on the campus and program you choose to study, you will be asked to select what teaching level you are interested in becoming certified to teach in: Primary/Junior

Jr. Kindergarten  Grade 6

Junior/Intermediate

Grades 4  10

Intermediate/Senior

Grades 7  12

This four-year program prepares students of Aboriginal ancestry to become teachers, with an emphasis on teaching Aboriginal children. Throughout the program, you will develop a critical understanding of culturally based Aboriginal education, grounded in Aboriginal philosophies and the goal of self-determination. Distinguishing various health conditions that can affect learning in association with relevant historical contexts, you will learn how to apply helping tools and approaches when working with at-risk youth, and how to access Aboriginal youth support networks.

Primary/Junior (P/J) HBASc

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English Geography Interdisciplinary Studies

Thunder Bay Campus

Junior/Intermediate (J/I)

BASc Anthropology

Primary/Junior, Junior/Intermediate, or Intermediate/Senior

Teacher Education BEd (concurrently with other Lakehead programs, or post-degree consecutive programs), HBEd (Aboriginal Education), Native Language Instructors’ Diploma, MEd, PhD in Educational Studies

Orillia Campus Majors

Primary/Junior (P/J)

Majors Anthropology

Junior/Intermediate (J/I)

Intermediate/Senior (I/S)

Intermediate/Senior (I/S)

BA

HBA

BSc

HBSc

BA

HBA

BSc

HBSc

BA

HBA

BSc

HBSc

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Biology Chemistry Biology And Chemistry Computer Science Earth Science (Under Dept. Of Geology) English

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Environmental Science (With Biology Or Geography)

HBESc Only

Environmental Studies (With Geography)

HBES Only

French

General Program (Native Education)

Geography

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Geology

Geology With Physics History Indigenous Learning Kinesiology Mathematics

HBK Only

Music

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Natural Science (Under Dept. Of Biology)

Visual Arts Women’s Studies

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Physics

Sociology

HBK Only

HBOR Only

Political Science Psychology

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Outdoor Recreation Philosophy

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Lakehead University has a long-standing commitment to a comprehensive and sustainable focus on issues of human health.

Gerontology

Psychology

BA, HBA, HBA (Gerontology and Psychology), Interdisciplinary Certificates in Palliative Care and Dementia Studies, Collaborative Graduate Programs

BA, BA (Psychology and Philosophy), BA/BEd, HBA, HBA (Psychology with Gerontology, or Philosophy Majors), HBA/BEd, BSc, BSc/BEd, HBSc, HBSc/BEd, MA, MSc, PhD – Clinical Psychology

Like aging itself, the study of aging at Lakehead University is gerodynamic, always responsive to the issues and diversity of the aging population. Examine the needs and special issues of older people; aging throughout the course of life; and the impact of an aging population on society and of society on those who are aging. Seek to understand individual and societal influences on aging, and their relevance to function, health and well-being accross our human lifespan.  mylakehead.ca/gerontology

Health & Behavioural Sciences

Psychologists share a desire to make a positive contribution to human welfare through understanding and influencing the thoughts, feelings, emotions and behaviour of individuals. They are concerned with a multitude of questions: How do we perceive, think and learn? What motivates us? How are we each unique? How are we influenced by our social and physical environments? How do biological factors and/or drugs affect us? Explore a wide range of topics, including, biological, cognitive-affective behaviour, and individual and social psychology.  mylakehead.ca/psychology

Kinesiology HBK (Co-op option available), HBK/BEd, MScK

Mike Thibert Graduate of Kinesiology, current student with NOSM Thunder Bay, ON “The four years that I spent in the Kinesiology program allowed me to obtain the necessary knowledge for a successful career, but the chemistry within the class environment allowed me to build upon my life skills. I am now applying all these skills in my pursuit of my medical degree.”

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The Faculty of Health & Behavioural Sciences brings together Lakehead’s Schools of Kinesiology, Nursing and Social Work, each with thriving and distinctive undergraduate and graduate programs, the Department of Psychology, and the academic programs in Public Health and Gerontology – all of which work together with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. Lakehead’s strength lies in the extensive hands-on experiential learning offered by these programs. Whether it’s in clinical nursing placements starting in your first year, workplace kinesiology co-op opportunities, training side-by-side with a professional social worker, designing specialized programs to address issues impacting Canada’s aging population, or engaging in behavioural research into the human psyche, the opportunities to immerse yourself fully at Lakehead University are endless. In the modern world, our working knowledge of issues related to physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health across our human lifespan is constantly changing and is becoming more complex. With a strong foundation in research, supported by collaborative hands-on programs, your education and experience at Lakehead will prepare you to become a positive agent of change in the fields of health and behavioural science.

The study of human movement and the factors that influence and support our body’s ability to move are examined within the field of Kinesiology. Lakehead offers you a unique opportunity to learn in an environment of small class sizes with unparalleled access to hands-on training and lab experience. As a Kinesiology student, you will examine a broad range of multidisciplinary fields of study, including: physiology, biomechanics, gerontology, psychology, psychomotor behaviour, socio-cultural influences, sports medicine, adapted physical activity, lifestyle management, and nutrition. You will be challenged to examine health and physical activity across the human lifespan. The “Practice of Kinesiology” is a vital part of the School of Kinesiology’s curriculum and involves a series of practical courses designed to develop knowledge and skills through hands-on experience. You also have the option of combining your Kinesiology training with a co-operative education placement or with a Concurrent Bachelor of Education degree. As members of a regulated health profession in the province of Ontario, Kinesiology graduates receive recognition for their training and skills. This allows you to work in a number of related fields, including: clinical exercise therapy, personal training, disability management, health and safety, ergonomics, fitness consulting, health, and fitness and sport leadership.  mylakehead.ca/kinesiology

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Nursing

Northern Ontario School of Medicine

BScN (4-year), BScN (3-year compressed), BScN (for Registered Nurses), Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner Certificate Program, Master of Public Health

Committed to hands-on training that starts in your first year, Lakehead’s Nursing program will train you to apply a broad range of concepts from the sciences and liberal arts when caring for patients of all ages. Maximizing health care outcomes by applying communication and interpersonal skills, and health promotion and health protection strategies, you will become a member of a health care team that can meet the current and future needs of society. As a Lakehead Nursing student, you will experience the cutting edge of new knowledge, as faculty and staff incorporate examples of their research into the classroom. Some subjects of current

MD

research include: the aging process, women’s health, AIDS, Aboriginal health, oncology, cardiac disease and much more.

An understanding of northern and rural communities, a desire to practice medicine and a diverse background make you a candidate for acceptance into Canada’s newest medical school. Learn at a new, innovative and progressive medical school with a mandate of social accountability while enjoying the natural surroundings and limitless recreational activities of Northern Ontario.

As a unique part of the program, in your fourth year you can arrange clinical experiences in many places around the world. Our Nursing students have chosen to travel to such places as Thailand, Bermuda, England, Finland and Africa to enhance their university experience. Lakehead offers a four-year program, as well as a compressed three-year program for students who meet university entrance requirements and have a minimum overall final high school average of 80%.

The Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) looks for students from a variety of backgrounds who are motivated and self-directed, thrive in a distributed learning environment, and have a special affinity for training and clinical practice in northern urban, rural and remote communities.

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Lakehead University is home to the west campus of the NOSM. In its four-year MD program, NOSM offers a unique blend of traditional core curricula, multiple

Social Work

Law

HBSW (4-year program and 1-year post undergraduate program), MSW

JD

Social Work is a growing and challenging profession that provides vital services for individuals, groups, families and communities with various kinds of difficulties in their lives. As a social worker, you believe in the dignity and worth of every human being and their potential for continued growth and development throughout their lifespan. Lakehead’s program is innovative, taking an ecological view of social work practice. This approach stresses the social worker’s role in providing or facilitating a comprehensive range of helping experiences that address the client’s needs as a whole person.

This requires skill in an integrated practice method, which you acquire through both classroom courses and field practice experiences in human service agencies, with actual client cases, under the supervision of a field instructor. Your fieldwork placements may include working in a child welfare agency, psychiatric or medical hospital, correctional facility, or community or school setting. Our programs are fully accredited by the Canadian Association for Social Work Education and will provide you with a professional education that is enhanced with courses in the Liberal Arts.

Lakehead University will soon fulfill its mission to become a fully comprehensive university as it prepares to open the first new law school in Ontario in more than 42 years. With an opening anticipated in 2013, Lakehead University will soon be able to welcome students to its new Faculty of Law. Fully endorsed by the Federation of Law Societies of Canada and the Law Society of Upper Canada, Lakehead University’s new three-year Law program will focus on access to justice in northern and rural communities, Aboriginal law, natural resource law, and small-practice and singlepractitioner law.

placements in communities and health care settings throughout Northern Ontario, and leading-edge technology.

NOSM Admission Quick Facts Candidates must meet the following requirements to apply for admission to the Northern Ontario School of Medicine: • A four-year undergraduate degree* • Canadian citizenship or permanent resident (landed immigrant) status • a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on the 4.0 scale • MCAT is not required *Mature applicants (25 years of age or older at the application deadline) may apply with a three-year undergraduate degree.

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The integration of legal, ethical and professional areas of study within the curriculum will develop students with leadership and critical thinking abilities who are aware of the social and environmental responsibilities of the legal profession. The three-year Law degree (JD) program will be available to students who have already completed a degree. Additional details on admission criteria and related considerations are under development. ĺ mylakehead.ca/law

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BECOMING A LAKEHEAD STUDENT

Thunder Bay & Orillia Campuses

What Kind of Applicant Are You?

How you apply to become a student at Lakehead University is based upon your previous education experience. In addition to following the outlined application procedures, you must also meet the General Admission Requirements, including course prerequisites, in order to be considered for admission to your program of choice. Detailed steps and admission requirements can be found online by visiting:

Lakehead University applicants are defined based upon their previous education experience. For each applicant category, admission requirements may vary. It is important that you determine what type of student applicant you are to ensure you meet the minimum requirements for admission consideration. If you have any questions about admission requirements, required documents, or related concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Office of Admissions & Recruitment.

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Undergraduate Application Procedures

Understanding Admissions

Student Definitions

Proficiency in the English Language

Ontario High School Applicants

Application Status

High School Student

As a full-time student in an Ontario high school applying for entry to a degree program, you will apply through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre’s online application form, OUAC 101, at www.ouac.on.ca. The PIN required to apply online must be obtained from your high school guidance counsellor.

Once you have applied to Lakehead University, you will receive instructions on how to access the online student information portal “myInfo”. Through myInfo, you can check the status of your application, including the status of any required supporting documentation. You will also receive a personal Lakehead University email account. Check your Lakehead email account regularly for updates on your application, as well as information on scholarships and bursaries, residence, registration, orientation, and more.

A student who is currently attending high school on a full-time basis or has recently graduated (within two years), and who has not completed any post-secondary studies at another institution.

Applicants whose native language is not English, and who have not studied in an English language school system for more than three full years, will be required to present proof of English proficiency by achieving appropriate standing on one of the following tests:

Please note: Your high school Guidance Office will forward your official grades to Lakehead University through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre. (For courses taken outside of regular high school, please refer to the section ‘Summer School/Night School/Correspondence’)

All Other Applicants If you are not currently a full-time Ontario high school student, you should contact the Office of Admissions & Recruitment, Lakehead University or access the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre’s online application form, OUAC 105D, at www.ouac.on.ca International students who wish to apply to Lakehead University may do so using the OUAC 105F application form. The recommended deadline for application AND receipt of official supporting documents is April 4, 2012. Applications may be submitted after this date. However, if applicants wish to be considered for the International Student Entrance Awards (based on academic merit), they must submit their application by April 4, 2012.

Part-Time Studies Any student wishing to apply for part-time study should apply using the Lakehead University undergraduate application form available from the Office of Admissions & Recruitment website at: admissions.lakeheadu.ca Note: When completing a university application form, you should outline your academic background in the context of admission requirements stated in the University Calendar or on our website. At this time, you should also specify the program and major to which you wish to be admitted. You should also indicate whether you plan to study on a full or part-time basis.

Offers of Admission Lakehead University will assess and extend Offers of Admission to qualified applicants throughout the entire admissions cycle. It is important that you remain informed about your application by reviewing all Lakehead University correspondence. Any and all conditions outlined in an Offer of Admission must be met in order to finalize your admission to Lakehead University.

Ontario High School Applicants Selected students will receive early conditional Offers of Admission from January through late May. These early conditional Offers will be based on either Grade 11 marks or mid-term and final Grade 12 marks. From June to August, all applications will be reviewed as final Grade 12 marks become available.

All Other Applicants Offers of Admission will be sent out on a rolling basis to qualified applicants who have completed an application and submitted all supporting documentation to the Office of Admissions & Recruitment. Applicants can expect to receive an admission decision within four to six weeks of submitting a complete application.

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Alternate Offers Students who do not meet the admission requirements of their program of choice, but who do meet the General Admission Requirements of Lakehead University, will automatically be considered for an alternate program.

Advanced Standing INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE (IB): Applicants who have completed an International Baccalaureate Diploma will be considered for admission provided that the completed diploma includes the subject area requirements for their chosen program of study. Applicants must possess a total score of 28 in six subjects, three of which must be at the higher level (HL), with no score less than four in any subject. Applicants presenting the IB Diploma may be considered for advanced standing credit in some higher level subjects provided a score of 5 or better has been attained in the higher level subject. Please note that no advanced standing will be granted on Standard Level (SL) courses. ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP): Courses and examinations may be used to determine admissibility and will also be automatically considered for advanced standing credit or exemption. Applicants who have achieved a minimum grade of 4 on the placement exam may be eligible to receive advanced standing credit. Students must ensure that exam results are submitted to the Office of Admissions and Recruitment for consideration for advanced standing.

Summer School / Night School / Correspondence Lakehead University accepts Grade 12 U or M courses, or equivalent, taken through summer school, night school or correspondence. It is the student’s responsibility to inform Lakehead University of any courses taken outside of regular high school, and to ensure that final official grades are received no later than August 13, 2012.

Repeated Courses (High School Applicants Only) Lakehead University does not penalize high school students who have repeated courses. The highest Grade 12 U or M grade or equivalent, will be used when calculating the admission average.

University Transfer Student A student who has attended a university and successfully completed university level course work since leaving high school/college, with a minimum overall average of C/60% or equivalent. Applicants must also ensure that they hold the minimum program-specific preparatory course prerequisites at the Grade 12 U or M level or equivalent. Transfer credit may be awarded for courses in which an applicant has achieved a standing of at least 60% or equivalent.

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) • Paper-based TOEFL: Minimum Score 550 (no component score less than 50) • Computer-based TOEFL: Minimum Score 213 (no component score less than 17) • Internet-based TOEFL: Minimum Score 80 (no component score less than 19)

College Transfer Student

Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB)

A student who has completed a minimum of one year of full-time academic studies at an accredited community college since leaving high school, with a minimum overall average of B/70% or equivalent. Students who have completed a college diploma with a minimum overall grade point average of 3.0 or equivalent will be considered for transfer credit and can look forward to the opportunity of turning their diploma into a degree. Students from an ABHE Accredited Bible College may be eligible to receive transfer credit.

• Minimum acceptable score is 85. Please note that certain academic units may require higher scores.

Mature Student

• Minimum acceptable score is 60.

Lakehead University provides opportunities for admission to mature students who do not meet the General Admission Requirements, but hold promise of academic success as determined by the Admissions Committee.

Note: The Bachelor of Science in Nursing and One-Year Bachelor of Education programs require a higher level of English Proficiency for admission. Please contact the Office of Admissions & Recruitment for further information.

International English Language Testing System (IELTS) • Minimum acceptable score is 6.5 (no individual score less than 6.0)

Canadian Academic English Language (CAEL)

A mature student is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who: • Has not been engaged in full-time studies for at least two years, • Has attempted less than one full year of academic studies at an accredited community college, • Has no prior university enrolment, AND • Does not meet the General Admission Requirements BUT successfully meets the minimum program-specific preparatory course prerequisites at the Grade 12 U or M level or equivalent.

Visiting Student Any student who is currently attending another university and wants to take a course or courses at Lakehead University may apply to do so on a Letter of Permission or as an exchange student. These students must meet the course prerequisite/minimum average requirements for the specific courses/programs for which they apply.

International Student Applicants applying from a secondary school program outside Canada will be evaluated under the admission requirements pertaining to the country in which they were educated. Please visit admissions.lakeheadu.ca to determine the requirements for your country. In order to be considered for admission, applicants must possess the required qualifications with an appropriate academic average as determined by Lakehead University.

LECP International students who successfully meet our academic requirements but whose scores fall just below our English proficiency requirements may be eligible for admission under the Lakehead English Communication Program (LECP). See page 49 of this Viewbook for more information.

Questions Regarding Admissions

Lakehead University

Office of Admissions & Recruitment 955 Oliver Road Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5E1 t: (807) 343-8500 Toll-Free: 1-800-465-3959 f: (807) 766-7209 e: admissions@lakeheadu.ca

ĺ admissions.lakeheadu.ca This Viewbook provides detailed information concerning programs, extra-curricular opportunities, admission requirements, etc. at Lakehead University. The Senate of Lakehead University reserves the right to change regulations, programs, and course requirements, as outlined in this Viewbook, without prior notice.

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Lakehead University Ontario Admission Requirements Program/Degree

Ontario

General Admission Requirements Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), or equivalent; a minimum of 6 Grade 12 U or M courses, or equivalent, including program specific prerequisite courses with a minimum 70% overall final average. Degree Program Orillia Campus

Program/Degree

Ontario

Natural Resources Management

Honours Bachelor of Science in Forestry, Honours Bachelor of Environmental Management (Co-op option available for both) Gr. 12 U English; 3 credits from: Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions, Gr. 12 U Biology, Gr. 12 U Chemistry, Gr. 12 M Computer & Info Science, Gr. 12 U or M Geography†, Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors, Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management, Gr. 12 U Physics; 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Honours Bachelor of Science in Forestry Honours Bachelor of Environmental Management

† only one Gr. 12 U or M Geography credit may be used Kinesiology Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology

HBASc, HBASc/BEd (All Majors), BASc/BEd (Interdisciplinary Studies Major Only) Majors: Anthropology, English, Environmental Sustainability (HBASc only), Geography, Interdisciplinary Studies Gr. 12 U English; 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

HBK/Bachelor of Education

Honours Bachelor of Commerce

HBComm (Administrative Studies) Gr. 12 U English and 1 credit in Gr. 12 U Math; 4 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Nursing *

Honours Bachelor of Social Work (4-year)

HBSW (4-year) Gr. 12 U English; 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Arts

French Gr. 12 U English, Gr. 12 U French; 4 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Honours Bachelor of Arts & Science HBASc, HBASc/BEd, BASc/BEd

Bachelor of Arts Honours Bachelor of Arts (see also Music & Visual Arts)

Mathematics Gr. 12 U English, Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions; 1 credit from: Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors or Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management; 3 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits Music Gr. 12 U English; 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits; an audition and theory entrance test are required Visual Arts Gr. 12 U English; 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits; a portfolio is required All Other Majors: Anthropology, English, General Arts, Geography, Gerontology, History, Indigenous Learning, Northern Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Women’s Studies Gr. 12 U English; 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Business Bachelor of Administration

(Co-op option available in Accounting, Business Finance, Human Resources Management/Industrial Relations, Information Systems, and Marketing)

Education

BA/BEd, HBA/BEd see specific Major Requirements in Arts

BSc/BEd, HBSc/BEd BA/BEd (Native Education) BSc/BEd (Native Education) HBES/BEd HBESc/BEd HBFA/BEd HBK/BEd HBOR/BEd HBEd (Aboriginal)

Honours Bachelor of Music (see also Arts) Bachelor of Science in Nursing (4 yr Collaborative with Confederation College) Bachelor of Science in Nursing (3 yr compressed) Note: A minimum grade of 60% is required in each of the program-specific prerequisites. Outdoor Recreation Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation HBOR/Bachelor of Education HBOR/Bachelor of Arts HBOR/Bachelor of Science Sciences Bachelor of Science Honours Bachelor of Science

Gr. 12 U English and 1 credit in Gr. 12 U Math; 4 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Honours Bachelor of Commerce

BA/BEd, HBA/BEd

Music *

Gr. 12 U English, 1 credit in Gr. 12 U Math; 2 credits from: Gr. 12 U Chemistry, Gr. 12 U Biology, Gr. 12 U Exercise Science, Gr. 12 U Physics; 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Gr. 12 U English; 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits; an audition and theory entrance test are required 4 yr Program Gr. 12 U English, Gr. 12 U Chemistry, Gr. 12 U Biology; Gr. 11 U or M Math; 3 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits; Current Basic Cardiac Life Support Certificate. 3 yr Program same admission requirements as 4 year program plus minimum 80% final average; Current Basic Cardiac Life Support Certificate.

Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation, Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation/Bachelor of Education Gr. 12 U English; 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits HBOR/Bachelor of Arts (Geography or History or Women’s Studies) see Arts HBOR/Bachelor of Science (Natural Science) see Sciences Anthropology, Applied Bio-Molecular Science, Biology, Geography, Northern Studies, Physics (Co-op option available) Gr. 12 U English, Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions; 2 credits from: Gr. 12 U Biology, Gr. 12 U Chemistry, Gr. 12 U Physics, Gr. 12 U Earth & Space Science, Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors, Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management; 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

BSc/BEd, HBSc/BEd see specific Major Requirements in Science

Computer Science (Co-op option available) Gr. 12 U English, Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions; 1 credit from: Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors, Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management, Gr. 12 M Computer & Info Science; 3 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

BA/BEd, BSc/BEd (Native Education): General Program (P/J, J/I, I/S) see Arts or Science HBES/BEd Geography (I/S) see specific Major Requirements in Environmental Studies

Earth Science, General Program, Geoarchaeology, Natural Science Gr. 12 U English; 2 credits in Gr. 12 U Math or Science or one of each; 3 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

HBESc/BEd Biology (I/S) or Geography (I/S) see specific Major Requirements in Environmental Studies

Economics, Geology Gr. 12 U English and 1 credit in Gr. 12 U Math; 4 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

HBFA/BEd (I/S) see Visual Arts

HBEd (Aboriginal) (4-year) Gr. 12 U English; 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Mathematics Gr. 12 U English, Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions; 1 credit from: Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors or Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management; 1 credit from: Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors, Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management, Gr. 12 U Biology, Gr. 12 U Chemistry, Gr. 12 U Physics; 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Bachelor of Engineering (Co-op option available) Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions, Gr. 12 U Physics, Gr. 12 U Chemistry; 3 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits; Gr. 11 U English Note: A minimum grade of 60% in Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions is required.

Psychology Gr. 12 U English, Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions; 2 credits from: Gr. 12 U Biology, Gr. 12 U Chemistry, Gr. 12 U Physics, Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors, Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management; 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Students who do not meet all of the admission requirements for Engineering programs will be evaluated on an individual basis.

Common Year in Applied Science 6 Gr. 12 U or M credits; Gr. 11 U or M Mathematics required, Gr. 10 Academic or Applied Science required

Resource & Environmental Economics Gr. 12 U English; 2 credits from: Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions, Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors, Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management; 1 credit from: Gr. 12 U Biology, Gr. 12 U Chemistry, Gr. 12 U Earth & Space Science, Gr. 12 U Physics; 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Environmental Studies

HBESc Biology, HBESc/BEd Biology (I/S) Gr. 12 U English, Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions; 4 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Water Resource Science Gr. 12 U English; 3 credits from Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions, Gr. 12 U Biology, Gr. 12 U Chemistry, Gr. 12 U Physics, Gr. 12 U Earth & Space Science, Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors, Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management; 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Bachelor of Engineering

Honours Bachelor of Environmental Science HBESc/BEd Honours Bachelor of Environmental Studies HBES/BEd

HBESc Earth Science Gr. 12 U English, 1 credit in Gr. 12 U Math; 4 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Gateway

Lakehead English Communication Program

No Application, Automatically Considered

No Application, Automatically Considered

The Gateway program offers students the opportunity to pursue university studies while providing enriched supports and programming. Gateway is geared towards students who successfully meet their academic program course prerequisites, but whose academic average does not represent their academic potential. No application is necessary; students will automatically be considered for admission under Gateway as part of the regular admission assessment process.

Lakehead English Communication Programs (LECP) is a bridging program designed to improve international students’ English language proficiency so they can be more academically successful. International students who successfully meet our academic requirements but are just below our English proficiency requirements are encouraged to participate in an LECP. Students who fall into this category are encouraged to apply for their Lakehead University program of choice, and once all documents, including English proficiency tests and scores, are received, students will be automatically considered for admission into an LECP.

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Chemistry Gr. 12 U English, Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions, Gr. 12 U Chemistry; 1 credit from: Gr. 12 U Biology, Gr. 12 U Physics, Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors, Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management; 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

HBOR/BEd see Outdoor Recreation

Common Year in Applied Science

In addition to our regular entry pathways for admission, Lakehead University offers a number of special access opportunities that allow students who may not meet the regular admission requirements, but who demonstrate potential for success, to start university. These programs often feature specialized supports and programming to help students make the transition to university and develop skills to ensure their academic success.

Bioinformatics Gr. 12 U English, Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions, Gr. 12 U Biology, Gr. 12 U Chemistry; 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits.

HBK/BEd see Kinesiology

Engineering

Access Programs

Social Work

HBESc Geography, HBESc/BEd Geography (I/S) Gr. 12 U English, Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions; 4 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Honours Bachelor of Social Work

HBES Geography, HBES/BEd Geography (I/S) Gr. 12 U English; 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Honours Bachelor of Fine Arts (see also Arts)

Visual Arts *

Gr. 12 U English; 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits

Gr. 12 U English; 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M credits; a portfolio is required

Once students are admitted, they will be enroled in one or two non-credit English communication bridging courses to enhance their English language skills and abilities. Upon successful completion of the courses and achievement of the Canadian Languages Benchmark Level 8 assessment, students will be admitted into their program of study. There is also the option for students to take one or more degree-credit courses concurrently, thereby working towards their degree requirements. For more information, including accepted English language proficiency cut-off ranges, visit:  lecp.lakeheadu.ca

Aboriginal Access Programs Apply Directly At Lakehead University, we are committed to promoting opportunities through education for people of Aboriginal ancestry. We offer a wide range of programs designed to encourage you, as an Aboriginal person who might not meet the regular or mature student admission criteria, to pursue a university education in an academically, socially and culturally supportive environment.  aboriginalprograms.lakeheadu.ca

Native Access Program (NAP) The Native Access program is a nine-month full-time preparatory program designed to provide you with the skills and academic preparation necessary for the successful completion of a university degree. You will study in a culturally sensitive and Aboriginalfriendly environment while you take

preparatory courses to help you improve your study, mathematical and writing skills. You will also have the opportunity to take some degree courses and be supported throughout the year with additional counselling and tutoring. Upon successful completion of the Native Access Program, you may choose to pursue an undergraduate degree at the university.

Native Nurses Entry Program (NNEP) The Native Nurses Entry program is a ninemonth preparatory program designed to provide you with the opportunity to obtain the skills and academic preparation necessary for the successful completion of the fouryear Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program.

* Higher averages may be required for admission to programs in which the demand for places by qualified applicants exceeds the supply of available spaces.

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Civil Engineering

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Electrical Engineering

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Mechanical Engineering

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Software Engineering

Indigenous Learning

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Environmental Management

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Forestry

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Political Science (Pre-Law Option available)

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Bioinformatics

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Social Work

Biology

Chemistry

Computer Science

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Health & Behavioural Sciences

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Gerontology

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Anthropology

Science & Environmental Studies

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History Interdisciplinary Studies

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Geoarchaeology

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