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THIS IS NO ORDINARY PLACE

YOUR UNIVERSITY YEARS WILL DEFINE THE REST OF YOUR LIFE. DON’T LET THEM BE TYPICAL. THRIVE in a rigorous academic program

that will challenge you how to think, not what to think. Know your professors and have the opportunity to PLAY A BIGGER ROLE in a smaller class environment.

EXPAND YOUR HORIZONS by getting immersed in

hands-on experiences both inside and outside the classroom. Embrace your INDIVIDUALITY while creating a space where you will belong.

STEP OUTSIDE and have access to all the amenities of a big city while

being immersed in a clean, natural environment that offers you unparalleled recreational activities.

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“It is the feeling you get when you step onto the campus. I couldn’t imagine being anywhere else.” - Charlotte McEwen, DARTMOUTH, NS - NURSING

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“If you want to invest in yourself and your future, come to Lakehead.”

- Bradley Kean, ORILLIA, ON – INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

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A TRANSFORMATIVE UNIVERSITY YOUR UNIVERSITY YEARS SHOULD BE UNIQUE, JUST LIKE YOU! THIS IS THE LAKEHEAD DIFFERENCE.

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Welcome to Lakehead University, a place where we believe in intellectual freedom and unconventional pursuits of knowledge. We believe in the rich diversity of our students’ cultures and nations, and how your individuality contributes to our University community. We believe in you, our students — exceptional and unconventional individuals seeking an education that is about how to think, not what to think. Brian J.R. Stevenson, PhD President & Vice-Chancellor

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WELCOME TO THE THUNDER BAY CAMPUS Situated in the heart of the City of Thunder Bay, the best of both nature and big-city amenities are only minutes away from campus. Green space and clear blue waters surround our campus with buildings conveniently situated together in one location, creating a true campus feel. Many of the University’s buildings are clustered around Lake Tamblyn, and the residence complexes hug the banks of the McIntyre River. Underground tunnels connect many of the main, centralized buildings on campus, allowing for easy access between classes and facilities. Paved trails weave through campus, making it the perfect place to take in the beauty of the area as you unwind by hiking, jogging, skateboarding, bike riding, or cross-country skiing. The Thunder Bay campus offers a comprehensive array of programs. From arts and sciences to professional programs such as Business, Education, Engineering, Kinesiology, and Nursing, Lakehead is well known for providing a quality, student-centred education.

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GET TO KNOW OUR HOMETOWN - THUNDER BAY

OUR HOMETOWN FACTS:

Situated in the heart of Canada on the north shore of Lake Superior, Thunder Bay is the largest urban centre between Winnipeg, Manitoba and Toronto, Ontario. A city with deeplyrooted European and Aboriginal cultures, Thunder Bay is truly a culturally-diverse community. From the breathtaking sunrises over the majestic Sleeping Giant to the magnificent Northern Lights illuminating the clear night skies, you will find it difficult to imagine a more beautiful place to live and learn. Thunder Bay offers an unbeatable quality of life with some of the shortest commute times, as Our Campus 4-5 From live theatre, Our Hometown Facts 4-5 you can get anywhere withinFacts 15 minutes. festivals and concerts to shopping, great nightlife and a vibrant arts and culture scene, there is something for everyone all year round. LESTER B PEARSON AIRPORT OR Our Campus Facts 6-7 Our Hometown Facts 6-7 For the outdoor enthusiasts, get ready! Whether you like to snowboard, hike, camp, fish, rock climb, golf, kayak or windsurf, Thunder Bay has something Our Campus Facts 4-5 to do in each of the four seasons. Our Hometown Facts 4-5 POPULATION Nearby campus, Thunder Bay has hospitals and clinics, daycares ONE OF CANADA’S BEST and schools, churches and places of worship, supermarkets and stores, as well as community groups and supports like the POPULATION STUDENTS TO FACULTY Multicultural Centre and the Indian FriendshipSTUDENTS Centre.

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“The atmosphere of the university feels alive and robust.” - Teal Wise, SEVERN BRIDGE, ON – SOCIAL WORK

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WELCOME TO THE ORILLIA CAMPUS In 2006, the Lakehead experience expanded to Central Ontario’s beautiful cottage country, with the opening of its campus in the City of Orillia. Orillia is located within Simcoe County and in the heart of Ontario’s Lake Country. The campus has become known for its welcoming atmosphere, innovative programs, and small, friendly community – making it one of the greatest places to learn in the country. The entire campus is fully certified as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) facility, complete with an academic building (Simcoe Hall), residence, bookstore, and open-style cafeteria. The environmental features include a green roof, geothermal energy source, water collection ponds, natural lighting, and bright, open spaces. The Orillia campus also has a smaller, heritage downtown Orillia location, adjacent to the City’s vibrant main street and just a few blocks from the Port of Orillia and Lake Couchiching. As a student at the Orillia campus, you will benefit from the full Lakehead experience. Walking down the halls, you will know your classmates and become part of something truly different. As a young and growing campus, you will play an important role in shaping student life at the Orillia campus.

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Less than a 90-minute drive from Toronto, Orillia has all the -DESIGNED AND CERTIFIED CAMPUS amenities of a large urban centre, with small-town charm. Surrounded by beautiful open spaces, you can easily clear your mind from studying by hopping on your bike, taking a walk, or going for STUDENT FACULTY a run on one of the manyTOtrails in and around the City. Once in the TO FACULTY downtown area, you’ll find yourself wandering throughSTUDENT the Farmers’ Market and specialty shops, stopping in at a local bakery, or simply relaxing in one of the waterfront parks. RESIDENCE COMPLEX

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GET INVOLVED BEGINNING WITH ORIENTATION, LAKEHEAD PROVIDES YOU WITH OPPORTUNITIES TO GET INVOLVED, HAVE FUN, MEET NEW PEOPLE AND CREATE CONNECTIONS THAT LAST WELL BEYOND YOUR FIRST YEAR.

Whatever your thing is – student government, leadership, music, gaming, or volunteering – there will be no shortage of opportunities for you to get involved in ways that suit your life. Join one of 50+ student clubs Stroll through Culture Days to explore different countries and cultures Roll up your sleeves and help out at the Community Garden Celebrate our Aboriginal culture and traditions at the annual Powwow

“Getting involved in student life, sports and clubs is very important. It gives me the opportunity to have experiences you cannot get from academic studies alone.”

Run for the Lakehead University Student Union (LUSU) And discover so much more!

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- Kazi Mehadi Amin - MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – CIVIL ENGINEERING


RESIDENCE LIFE When it comes to living on campus, expand your horizons and gain leadership skills by being part of the Residence Life Team. Perhaps you will be the next House President, Resident Assistant or Programmer who coordinates social and educational events for students living in residence.

ADDITIONAL LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Develop new skills and grow as a person while getting involved in group activities and meaningful projects through the EXCEL Leadership program. Other opportunities include joining the Aboriginal Mentorship Program to help inspire today’s youth in dreaming about a post-secondary education, or becoming a Student Ambassador to pursue your own personal aspirations.

LAKEHEAD UNIVERSITY STUDENT UNION (LUSU) LUSU is run for students, by students. Become part of the team that ensures students can pursue academic excellence as well as personal and social growth at Lakehead, free from barriers. You can also get involved in one of the LUSU Centres such as the Gender Issues Centre, Multicultural Centre, Pride Central or the Food Bank. Opportunities to represent the student body on the University’s academic governance body, the Senate, and various Senate committees are also great ways to share the student voice and be involved.

TRACK YOUR INVOLVEMENT: THE CCR! The Co-Curricular Record, also known as the CCR, is an ideal way to complement your academic transcript when applying for jobs or to a graduate or professional program. Track your extracurricular involvement and showcase the skills you’ve learned through your varied experiences.

STUDENT CLUBS Clubs are the cornerstone of student life at Lakehead. Whether you’re interested in sports, movies, video games, politics, or academics, a club exists to fill your need to broaden your ways of thinking and living life. Here is a sample of the 50+ clubs available for you to join: Drone Club Fossil Free Lakehead Orillia Pride Exercise is Medicine On Campus Club League of Legends Club Friendship for Overseas Students Club You can even start your own unique club!

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THE ARGUS STUDENT NEWSPAPER Are you a passionate writer, talented journalist or creative photographer? If so, check out opportunities with The Argus and see how you can become part of a nearly half-century-old tradition at Lakehead.

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STAYING ACTIVE TAKE A BREAK FROM YOUR STUDIES – EMBRACE THE OUTDOORS, CHEER ON OUR THUNDERWOLVES, OR JOIN THE ACTION

THIS IS NO PLACE TO HIBERNATE Grab your hiking boots and hike up Mount McKay. The views of Lake Superior and the City of Thunder Bay are amazing! Enjoy snowboarding or downhill skiing on a snowy winter day at Horseshoe Valley or Loch Lomond Ski Hills Take your yoga mat to the gym or a peaceful spot on campus Join the golf, rowing, soccer or ultimate frisbee club teams

PLAY OUTSIDE Escape from your studies and enjoy the ultimate outdoor experience. Whether you rollerblade along connecting nature trails or go snowboarding with friends at a local ski hill, you’ll embrace many seasonal outdoor adventures right at our campus doorstep. Nature walks, birdwatching and sightseeing are other great ways to get outside and take in the fresh air.

“My journey with the men’s basketball team culminated with our winning an Ontario Athletics Association Wilson Cup championship. Running onto the court as the final buzzer rang to celebrate with my teammates will remain in my mind for years to come.” - Karl Rom, THUNDER BAY, ON – MEDICINE

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ATHLETICS GO, WOLVES, GO!

Show your blue and gold spirit by attending a Varsity game at the Thunderdome and cheering on our Thunderwolves. You will have a blast discovering the “White Out” tradition at a basketball game, experiencing the thrill of over 3,000 fans supporting our hockey team, and rooting for our Nordic Ski champions. You don’t have to play to have fun – become a Thunderwolves fan!

THUNDER BAY CAMPUS FACILITIES A few steps away from residence and our academic buildings, you’ll find our on-campus fitness facilities. Stay active at the C.J. Sanders Fieldhouse, a 15,000 square-foot gymnasium, or at the The Hangar, a 50,000 square-foot student athletic facility. Together, they feature: • Weight Rooms • Cardio Machines • Hot Yoga Studio • Beach Volleyball Courts • Olympic-sized Swimming Pool • Indoor Track • Rock Climbing • Astro-Turf Field • Outdoor Sports Fields • Change Rooms & Saunas

ORILLIA CAMPUS FACILITIES Keep moving with the membership you will receive for the YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka. As a bonus, memberships can be used at select YMCA facilities outside of the Simcoe/ Muskoka region when you are away during holidays or academic placements. The YMCA offers a wide variety of amenities including: • Full Gymnasium • Wellness Centre • Indoor Track • Cardio and Weight Rooms • Squash Courts • Change Rooms • Fitness Programming • Swimming Pool

VARSITY & CLUB TEAMS: Varsity M W Campus Basketball • • TBay Cross-Country Running • • TBay Golf • • Orillia Hockey • TBay Indoor Soccer • • Orillia Nordic Skiing • • TBay Track and Field • • TBay Volleyball • TBay Wrestling • • TBay Club Teams M W Campus Baseball • TBay Basketball • • Orillia Cricket • TBay Curling • • TBay Dance • Orillia/TBay Equestrian • • TBay Golf • TBay Hockey • • Orillia Hockey • TBay Lacrosse • TBay Rugby • • TBay Soccer • • TBay Ultimate Frisbee • • TBay Volleyball • TBay

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SUPPORTING YOU YOU WON’T BE ALONE AS A LAKEHEAD STUDENT. WE’RE HERE TO HELP! OUR SUPPORTIVE AND STUDENT-CENTRED PHILOSOPHY GIVES YOU THE HIGHEST POTENTIAL FOR SUCCESS. YOU MATTER TO US AND WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU FROM YOUR FIRST DAYS AS A NEW STUDENT RIGHT THROUGH TO GRADUATION. BE SURE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE MANY SUPPORTS AND SERVICES AVAILABLE TO YOU.

SUPPORT SERVICES FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS At Lakehead, we welcome students from over 60 different countries. We offer a number of specialized services and supports to help you transition to Canada as well as throughout your studies.

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Study Permit Assistance

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English Language Program

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SUPPORT SERVICES FOR ALL STUDENTS ACADEMIC SUPPORTS

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Academic Advising & Support Skills for Success Workshops Student Success Advising Tutoring & Peer-Assisted Learning Math Centre Writing Centre Registration Assistance & Course Planning • Library • Student Accessibility Services • Assistive Technology

• Career Counselling • Resume Writing & Interview Preparation Skill Development • Job Bank • Co-operative Education Services • Job & Employment Fairs • On-Campus Job Opportunities • Leadership Development • Co-Curricular Record

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• Financial Planning & Budgeting Support • Scholarships, Bursaries & Awards • OSAP Assistance • Online Tuition Payment

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Medical Clinic (Thunder Bay) Naturopathic Doctors (Orillia) Personal Support Counselling Health Plan

Daycare Off-Campus Housing Food Bank Ombudsperson Security Services…And More!


“The Native Access Program allowed me to successfully navigate university. The program was a stepping stone to my academic success. Upon completion of the program, I went on to complete 3 degrees including a Master of Arts. Today I am continuing with my studies as a PhD candidate in the Doctorate in Philosophy program. My advice is to invest in your future. You are a mirror to those around you.”

SUPPORT SERVICES FOR ABORIGINAL STUDENTS Lakehead University is the university of choice for First Nation, Métis and Inuit learners. At Lakehead, we know the transition to university is a significant one and we are here to help ensure that you succeed and have a positive experience. Through our Aboriginal Cultural & Support Services, we provide a culturally-supportive environment to all Aboriginal students in a variety of ways: Academic/cultural workshops Referrals to various Lakehead University departments

- Keri Cheechoo, LONG LAKE #58 FIRST NATION

Assistance with applications, course selection and registration Assistance with applications for scholarships, bursaries, First Nations funding, and OSAP

Transitional support including assistance with housing, daycare, referrals to city services Cultural teachings, feasts, sweat lodge ceremonies Annual Fall Harvest and LUNSA Powwow

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An Aboriginal Student Lounge is available at the Thunder Bay Campus, which is a hub for student activities throughout the year. It provides an open and comfortable environment where you can access a study area, kitchenette, and computer lab. There is also a cultural room for individual or group sessions with our Elders-in-Residence Program. The lounge will become a home away from home and a place to create community where you can interact with classmates and make new friends.

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YOUR NEW HOME AWAY FROM HOME AT LAKEHEAD, WE EMBRACE THE FACT THAT YOU LIVING ON CAMPUS ADVANTAGE CANNOT GO HOME EVERY WEEKEND – RESIDENCE Residence living is the place to be. TRULY BECOMES YOUR ‘HOME AWAY FROM HOME’ AND IS ALWAYS FULL OF LIFE. FROMTHAT THE YOU PEOPLE AT LAKEHEAD, WE EMBRACE THE FACT CANNOT GO HOME EVERY 1 ACADEMIC SUCCESS. Studies show you will perform better YOU’LL–MEET TO THE TRULY LAUGHSBECOMES YOU’LL SHARE, LIVING AWAY IN FROM HOME’ academically living in Residence. You will have easy access WEEKEND RESIDENCE YOUR ‘HOME to the library, tutors, computer labs, and your professors. WILL OF BECOME A WHOLE WAY OF LIFE.MEET TO THE ANDRESIDENCE IS ALWAYS FULL LIFE. FROM THENEW PEOPLE YOU’LL LAUGHS YOU’LL SHARE, LIVING IN RESIDENCE WILL BECOME A WHOLE 2NEW CONVENIENCE. You are steps away from classes, recreational facilities, the cafeteria and social spots leaving WAY OF LIFE. no wasted time commuting.

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THUNDER BAY CAMPUS RESIDENCE AMENITIES Three primary living styles: Residence Halls, Apartments & Townhouses First-year students usually stay in our Residence Halls which includes a meal plan

BE A PART OF THE ACTION! The Residence Life Team plans a host of events for you to get involved in right from the day you move in until the day you say goodbye for the summer months. Check out a few events you will want to be a part of: • Community events - concerts, hiking trips, ski nights, tubing nights, horseback riding, hockey game nights, basketball game nights • Residence sports and Mini-Olympics • Residence formal celebrations • Apply to be a part of the Residence Life Team

Upper year students will enjoy the comforts of living in an Apartment or Townhouse RESIDENCE HALLS FEATURES Basic single and single room options Fully furnished rooms include bed, desk, desk chair, and small fridge

RESIDENCE AMENITIES

Every room has a telephone, WiFi, and cable TV access

Our 243-bed Residence complex features a modern Residence Hall dorm design

Includes compulsory meal plan Every Residence House has a lounge, study room and access to laundry facilities Resident Assistants monitor each House to ensure you receive the academic and social supports you need to succeed House Presidents plan and organize social gatherings and events so that you can meet others and bond as a unit MEAL PLANS FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS** Residence Halls include a compulsory, comprehensive meal plan The Residence Dining Hall features an all-you-care-to-eat service, with diverse menu options 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, and the Bora Laskin Building ** Complete terms and conditions for all meal plans available online at residence.lakeheadu.ca

RESIDENCE COSTS* THUNDER BAY CAMPUS From September to April • • • •

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Basic Single $10,030.00 for Room and Meal Plan Single $10,760.00 for Room and Meal Plan Apartment $7,080.00 for Room Only Townhouse $7,055.00 for Room Only

Main floor features include a social lounge, meeting room, and Front Desk Outside storage areas to secure your bike RESIDENCE HALLS FEATURES Single furnished rooms with a double bed, desk, desk chair, in-suite sink, and small fridge A telephone, WiFi, and cable TV access Mandatory meal plans A shared bathroom with one other student Laundry facilities, a lounge and study room on every floor MEAL PLANS FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS** Residence Halls include a compulsory, comprehensive meal plan Numerous dining options cater to your tastes while also accommodating a number of dietary choices and restrictions Customize your meal choices throughout the year by using a declining balance system RESIDENCE COSTS* From September to April • ●Single with Meal Plan $11,372.00 for Room and Meal Plan *based on 2016-2017 costs

ORILLIA CAMPUS From September to April • Single with Meal Plan $11,372.00 for Room and Meal Plan *based on 2016-2017 costs

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LAKEHEAD’S EXCEPTIONAL SCHOLARSHIP AND BURSARY PROGRAM IS RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF THE TOP PROGRAMS IN CANADA. WE MAKE PAYING FOR YOUR UNIVERSITY DEGREE EASIER SO YOU CAN FOCUS ON YOUR EDUCATION.

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To celebrate and recognize your high school and community commitments, take a look at other entrance scholarship options

Presidential Scholarships Value: Up to 2 x $30,000 ($7,500/year for 4 years) Awarded to outstanding Canadian 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. Application Deadline: March 31, 2017

Northwestern Ontario and Simcoe County Citizenship Scholarships Value: Up to 10 x $3,000 ($3,000/year x 1 year) Awarded to 10 graduating students from high schools in Northwestern Ontario and Simcoe County who model good citizenship within their high school and community. Minimum 85% average required. Application Deadline: March 31, 2017 18

Specialist High Skills Major Award Value: $500 award Available to high school students enroled in select Specialist High Skills Majors Application Deadline: April 15, 2017

Varsity Entrance Athletic Scholarships Value: Up to $4,000 Members of a 2016-17 Lakehead University Varsity team are eligible for consideration by the Varsity Coaches.


ENTRANCE BURSARIES Our entrance bursary program provides over $300,000 annually for students who demonstrate financial need. General & Travel Bursary - Up to $2,300 Travel Bursary portion of $800 is based on living distance from the Thunder Bay or Orillia Campus (must be over 700 km away)

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Campus Tour Bursary - Up to $500 Available to grade 12 high school students visiting the campus for a Campus Tour to help offset travel costs Application Deadline: July 15, 2017

Mature & Transfer Bursary - Up to $1,000 Available to students transferring from a college or university, or mature students with no previous postsecondary education Application Deadline: June 30, 2017

INTERNATIONAL ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS The move to Lakehead University is the right one. A limited number of entrance scholarships help to provide international students studying outside of Canada, coming directly from high school, with the financial freedom you need. You must have at least a 75% admissions average to be considered.

90.0% & OVER = $30,000 ($7,500 X 4 YEARS)* 80.0% - 89.9% = $20,000 ($5,000 X 4 YEARS)* 75.0% - 79.9% = $4,000 IN YEAR 1 ONLY+ No application required. * Renewable providing an 80% average is achieved in each academic year. + Non-renewable, one-time only scholarship awarded in Year 1

KNOWING YOUR COSTS Going to university will be one of the biggest and most important investments you will ever make. Understanding the costs involved and preparing a budget is a must. When thinking about university, remember to consider not just the tuition, but also books and supplies, living expenses as well as personal spending money.

TUITION FEES, BOOKS & SUPPLIES

LIVING EXPENSES

$6,268 - $7,763 (Domestic students) $20,500 - $23,000 (International students) (depending on your program)

$9,245 (depending on on-campus or off-campus living)

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Offset your budget with the generous scholarships, bursaries and awards Lakehead offers.

Note: Lakehead University reserves the right to make changes without prior notice to the terms, conditions, and award values contained in this publication.

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ENRICHING YOUR EDUCATION GET READY FOR A TRANSFORMATIVE UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE AT LAKEHEAD. ENRICH YOUR EDUCATION BOTH INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM BY TAKING YOUR EXPERTISE INTO OUR LOCAL COMMUNITIES, THE LAB, THE WORKPLACE, OR EVEN TO ANOTHER PART OF THE WORLD.

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Lakehead offers you the opportunity to gain practical, hands-on experience through a co-op work term. Alternate your academic studies with periods of work experience where you will deepen your knowledge of your field while you earn additional money and build your resumé for the future.

Community service learning provides you the opportunity to link your studies with our local communities. Many of our courses allow you to contribute towards helping address critical social issues in our neighbourhoods. From food security and community gardens to fishing policy and wastewater treatment, as a student, you will have the opportunity to take knowledge into the community as well as bring community knowledge back into the university.

Throughout our extensive history in offering co-operative education, Lakehead has partnered with over 140 national and international companies including some of the following:

Amazon, Bombardier Aerospace, Bank of Canada, Facebook, IBM, Hydro One, Canadian Securities Intelligence Service, Blackberry, Boeing, WestJet, and many more.

INTERNSHIPS Many of our programs include internship opportunities. Translate the concepts and principles learned in the classroom into practical skills in the workplace. Research internships are great opportunities to enhance your field of study and can often lead to summer or even full-time employment opportunities.

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UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH Every day, we are inspiring and creating leaders. At most universities, the opportunity to get involved in research is unlikely during your undergraduate years. At Lakehead, we encourage our undergraduate students to seek out undergraduate research opportunities. Undergraduate Research Day has become an annual tradition where undergraduate students showcase their fascinating research projects to the university community. Past projects have included wolf populations, children’s literature, and the use of medicinal plants.


SEE THE WORLD INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM

Lakehead offers you a chance to immerse yourself in the dynamic culture of another country while completing your degree. During your exchange, you will remain a Lakehead student and continue to pay your regular Lakehead tuition even though you will be studying in another country! Participation in an exchange program will enable you to broaden your learning and acquire new knowledge in a cultural environment different from your own. You may have the opportunity to learn a new language or refine your current language skills, meet new and interesting people, learn about different cultures, or even gain global competencies to enhance marketability, which will give you a competitive edge when finding employment after graduation. Study abroad opportunities are available at partner institutions all over the world including countries such as Australia, England, France, Iceland and Sweden. Opportunities also exist for you to participate in a unique partnership, allowing you to study in Cortona, Italy and take advantage of the country’s unique Tuscan region.

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PURSUE YOUR PASSION

UNIVERSITY IS ABOUT EXERCISING YOUR CURIOSITY, DEVELOPING YOUR ABILITY TO THINK CRITICALLY AND EXPLORING THE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO YOU. NEW EXPERIENCES, ACADEMIC AND CAREER DISCOVERY, AND TESTING THE WATERS ARE ALL VALUABLE PARTS OF A UNIVERSITY EDUCATION.

At Lakehead, we offer you over 57 fields of study to explore - some of which you may have likely never pursued before. Whether you choose a traditional or unconventional path to pursuing your passion, a Lakehead education is your stepping stone to a bright future.

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NAVIGATING YOUR OPTIONS Lakehead offers full-time and part-time studies leading to degrees, diplomas and certificates. Whether you decide to study on campus, online or a combination of both, you will be surrounded by supportive and engaging faculty that will ensure you are well prepared to make an impact on the world.

“Lakehead offers way more than I expected. If you want a university experience where you’re supported in pursuing your passions, always encouraged to grow, challenged to try new things, and given hands-on experiences, then I recommend Lakehead.”

- Alexis Sharp, STRATTON, ON - KINESIOLOGY GRADUATE & MEDICINE STUDENT

UNIVERSITY LINGO EXPLAINED You may be familiar with some university lingo by now, but if you are still wondering, here’s some common terms used that will be helpful as you explore program options.

What is a…? UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE - It is the first university credential you will be awarded upon graduation. HONOURS PROGRAM - A 4-year undergraduate degree with specialized and/or intensive courses at the 4th year level. It often includes a thesis or research-focused course.

CONCENTRATION – A defined collection of courses that is embedded into and complements an Honours or Bachelor’s 4-year program. DOUBLE DEGREE – Two undergraduate degrees from two different degree types that are completed at the same time and meet all the requirements for both degrees. If you have multiple interests and want to keep options open, you can consider: MINOR - An optional collection of courses from a particular area of study that is different from your program and/or major.

MAJOR - A program involving one primary focus of study (e.g. English or Biology).

CERTIFICATE - A professional or an applied focus that provides learning outcomes that are distinct from your program. Check out certificates in Entrepreneurship, French Proficiency, Geomatics or Palliative Care.

DOUBLE MAJOR – A program involving two focuses of study (e.g. Biology & Chemistry).

SPECIALIZATION – A defined collection of courses taken from a particular or variety of disciplines that complement the major.

BACHELOR’S PROGRAM - A 3 or 4-year undergraduate degree.

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NOT ALL BUSINESS SCHOOLS ARE CREATED EQUAL. WE’RE DEFINITELY NOT BUSINESS AS USUAL AT LAKEHEAD.

A business education at Lakehead will prepare you to navigate the increasing complexities of the global business environment. We connect you to the business world with theory and hands-on practical applications combined. Our lectures and seminars are infused with experiential learning, teamwork and open discussion. With guaranteed smaller class sizes, you will work in small group settings while working closely with your instructors. Case studies allow you to put theory into action while refining your ability to think critically, work effectively in teams, communicate, and problem solve – all skills employers look for in future hires.

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Your final year will culminate with a direct link to the business world. You will work alongside senior leadership teams, Presidents and CEOs to apply everything you have learned in order to provide an organization with strategic recommendations that will guide them in the competitive business world. Whether you have an entrepreneurial spirit, desire to give back to society, or are driven to become a future CEO for a major corporation, Lakehead’s business programs will inspire you and prepare you to tackle the business world and beyond.


BUSINESS COMMERCE

Mike Rapino, CEO & President of LIVE Nation has led the company’s transformation into becoming the #1 live music brand in the world – Business Graduate

Co-op Option Available*

Where will your Lakehead degree take you?

BUSINESS

EXCEPTIONAL ALUMNI UNCONVENTIONAL CAREERS

Majors available: Accounting* Business Economics Business Finance* General Management Human Resources/Industrial Relations* Information Systems* International Business Marketing* Fewer than 5% of business programs worldwide have been accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) - and Lakehead University’s Thunder Bay campus is one of them. This globally-recognized hallmark of excellence guarantees a challenging and relevant curriculum delivered by the most highly-qualified faculty. Expose yourself to all aspects of management in business and industry with our Honours Bachelor of Commerce program. 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. The first two years of the program are designed to provide you with a strong foundation in all the business functions. After acquiring a broad understanding of all aspects of business in your first two years, you will then select one of 8 majors available upon entering into your third year.

The Co-op Advantage Co-op is a great way for you to gain hands-on experience in the business world. With co-op work terms 4 to 16 months in duration, you will work in a role directly suited to your major while earning a competitive salary. Past students have pursued a co-op in the corporate world, government agencies, not-for-profit organizations, private, and multinational companies. Not only have our students benefited from the incredible experiences co-op afforded them but many also secured permanent employment with their co-op employers after graduation. Launch Your Future Career Forward with a Professional Designation Professional designations in the field of business will allow you to enter into specific careers that require a certain set of skills and expertise. A Lakehead business degree will help you fast track attaining that designation and ultimately your dream career. After completing the necessary courses, you will be eligible for significant advanced standing towards a number of professional designations including: Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation (Accounting majors) Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation (Human Resources majors) Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation (Finance majors)

BUSINESS COLLEGE TRANSFER PROGRAMS BUSINESS COMMERCE Majors available: Business Administration Global Entrepreneurship Your business studies at our Orillia Campus will allow you to tailor your degree to enhance your future career aspirations. While providing you with critical business foundation courses in your first two years, every year you are given the opportunity to select additional business courses or focus on a non-business area. This flexibility gives you a wide range of management career options beyond graduation. Our new major in Global Entrepreneurship will allow you to explore the launch and management of entrepreneurial ventures from both domestic and global perspectives. Learn how to manage innovation in existing organizations and how to manage a technological-driven business.

We offer a number of transfer options at both campuses for students with a 2 or 3-year college business diploma. Turn your diploma into a Business degree. Ask us how.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Marketing Director • Investment Banker • Entrepreneur • Lawyer • Real Estate Developer • Chartered Accountant • CEO • Financial Analyst

• Systems Designer • HR Specialist • Sales Director • Economist • International Relations • Executive Recruiter • Auditor • Controller

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TEACHER EDUCATION LAKEHEAD UNIVERSITY IS A LEADER IN PROVIDING TEACHER EDUCATION ACROSS ONTARIO AND THROUGHOUT CANADA. WHETHER YOU ARE FOLLOWING A LIFELONG CALLING TO BECOME A TEACHER OR DEVELOP A PASSION FOR LEARNING AND TEACHING LATER IN YOUR UNIVERSITY CAREER, LAKEHEAD OFFERS DYNAMIC PROGRAMS FOR EARNING A BACHELOR OF EDUCATION DEGREE AT BOTH THE THUNDER BAY AND ORILLIA CAMPUSES.

Our approach consists of exposing you to real world challenges, allowing you to create inspiring educational experiences. This will best prepare you to be a leader in an array of disciplines that can shape education, not just in Canada, but also around the globe. An education degree is your passport to the world. Your degree can lead you to be a traditional teacher in the classroom either in your hometown, another part of the country or in a completely new place on the other side of the globe. The skills and experience you gain in our program can also lead you to non-traditional educational settings such as adult education, English language schools, tutoring or training organizations, children and community development associations and many more.

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TEACHING LEVELS As an education student, depending on the program you are concurrently studying, you will select a teaching level that will enable you to be certified to teach particular grades in the classroom. The following teaching levels are offered: Primary/Junior Intermediate/Senior

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NATIVE TEACHER EDUCATION

Primary/Junior and Intermediate/Senior*

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As a Concurrent Education student, you will earn two degrees at the same time. You have the option of taking a Concurrent Bachelor program or a Concurrent Honours Bachelor program. Either way, you will take courses in both the Faculty of Education and the faculty offering your program (e.g. Kinesiology in the Faculty of Health & Behavioural Sciences) before spending two years exclusively within the Faculty of Education in order to qualify for certification by the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT).

This program provides students of Aboriginal ancestry with the opportunity to pursue an Arts degree while working toward the Bachelor of Education degree, with a specialization in Native Studies. Over a 6-year period, you will develop professional teaching skills while learning to meet the unique social and cultural needs of Native communities through courses in Native culture and traditions, Native languages, Native arts and crafts, and the literature of Canada’s First Nations.

At Lakehead, you will not only learn in the classroom. Hands-on student-teacher placements are an important part of our program. You will participate in 105 days of in-class placement over the span of 2 years. We also offer unique, in-school experiences that will further prepare you to teach in your own classroom and other learning environments. *Intermediate/Senior teaching level offered in Thunder Bay only. Opportunities are available to transfer to the Thunder Bay Campus for the Professional Program for Intermediate/Senior from the Orillia Campus.

CONSECUTIVE EDUCATION Primary/Junior and Intermediate/Senior* Open to applicants with sufficient academic backgrounds who have already completed an undergraduate degree, the Consecutive Bachelor of Education program leads to a recommendation for certification by the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) after two years of study. Those intending to teach at the secondary level (Intermediate/Senior) must present two ‘teachable’ subjects. *Intermediate/Senior teaching level offered in Thunder Bay only.

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NATIVE LANGUAGE INSTRUCTOR’S PROGRAM Primary/Junior The Native Language Instructor’s Program will prepare you to instruct in Native as a First Language or Native as a Second Language. This 4-year program, completed primarily over 4 summers, will focus on helping you to develop skills required for second language teaching, offering a curriculum designed for students who enter the program with an Algonquian language background.

PASSPORT TO THE WORLD: INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES As part of your Lakehead experience, you can learn, teach and work in exciting locations around the world. Our International Field Experience program with partner schools allows you to gain valuable experience with a partner school in China. Work with English language learners while exploring the Chinese culture and educational system.

ABORIGINAL EDUCATION Primary/Junior This program will prepare you to become a teacher, with an emphasis on teaching Aboriginal children. 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. This is a 5-year program that leads to graduation with an Honours Bachelor of Education in Aboriginal Education degree, and recommendation to the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) as a qualified Primary/Junior teacher.

“Through this extraordinary opportunity, I completed a practicum in a grade two class in Dalian, China at Maple Leaf Foreign Nationals School. I have been able to apply my knowledge and skills from my teacher education at Lakehead. My learning here has been unconventional to say the least, and has enabled me to grow as a teacher and explore my passion for travel.”

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BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING DEGREE WITH DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Lakehead has a strong and rich history in the field of Engineering. As a Lakehead Engineering student, you will have access to professors who are active researchers, conducting cutting-edge studies that cross traditional disciplines. With undergraduate and graduate student involvement, this research has led to developments in areas such as green cement additives, biofuels, and electronic health monitoring. The field of engineering is generally associated with finding solutions for real world problems in an analytical fashion using the math, science, and problem-solving skills developed through a solid education in engineering fundamentals. In reality, engineers must also possess excellent communication skills as well as an understanding of the business, legal, and societal issues that impact development of the technological products and processes required to meet the demands of a global economy. Thunder Bay Campus 30

UNIQUE COMBO = UNIQUE GRADS Lakehead’s combination of Engineering Degree with Technology Diploma produces graduates with the hands-on experience and theoretical knowledge that are critical to success. Our wellrounded graduates are recognized professionals in a wide range of engineering industries including power generation, manufacturing, bridge design, and mining development. As recognized problem solvers, engineering graduates may also be found in a wide array of other fields such as financial services and consulting, or going on to law school, business school, medical school, or graduate studies in Engineering.


MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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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 will tackle design and research work in highway geometrics and transportation systems, high-performance concretes, environmental issues, watershed analysis, foundations, and slope stability projects or structural analysis and design engineering.

As a mechanical engineer you design, simulate, manufacture, assemble and test various systems such as engines, turbines, industrial production equipment, material handling systems, robots, machines, and mechanisms of many types. Mechanical engineers are versatile; they are employed in many sectors of the economy such as power generation, manufacturing, transportation, mining, and renewable energy. They employ thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, and other engineering sciences to solve complex problems that face our civilization.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Co-op Option Available 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, communication systems, electronic circuits, and the generation and distribution of electrical power. Specialized study awaits you in areas such as fibre optics, fuzzy controls, wireless communications, power systems, and power electronics. Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) Degree with Electrical Engineering Technology Advanced Diploma This degree-diploma combination will be offered by both Lakehead University and Georgian College. Upon completion, you will receive both a Bachelor of Engineering Degree from Lakehead University and an Electrical Engineering Technology Advanced Diploma from Georgian College. Offered at the Georgian College Barrie campus, students can complete both the degree and diploma in 4 years. The program will provide you with a solid foundation across all areas of electrical engineering – gaining valuable theoretical knowledge, practical engineering and applied technology skills. Specific course offerings focus on subfields such as digital and analog micro-electronics, power electronics, communication systems, computer networks, power systems and electrical machinery. Graduates are well equipped for future specialization and a wide range of career opportunities.

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CIVIL ENGINEERING

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING Co-op Option Available As a software engineer, you will apply engineering methodologies and good practices to the analysis, design, implementation, verification, and deployment of computer software. Software has become an omnipresent and fundamental part of modern society, while at the same time it has grown dramatically in size, scope, and complexity. As a result, there is an immediate and important need for qualified software engineers who can model entire software and hardware systems and understand the role of individual components of the system, who can lead interdisciplinary project teams of designers and developers to build these large-scale systems, and who can ensure quality, integrity, and safety to the software infrastructure that the public depends on every day.

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Co-op 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 biorefining, generating green energy from biomass, ore processing, or applying biomembranes and ultraviolet light in effluent treatment.

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HEALTH & BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES

HUMAN HEALTH AND WELL-BEING IS OF INTEREST TO EVERYONE, FROM PRIVATE CITIZENS TO OFFICIALS AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT ACROSS THE GLOBE. WHETHER YOU CHOOSE TO STUDY ONE OF OUR HEALTH-RELATED OR BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES PROGRAMS, YOU WILL BE IMMERSED IN AN ENVIRONMENT FILLED WITH INNOVATIVE RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING THAT WILL ENSURE YOU CAN PLAY AN ACTIVE ROLE IN MEETING THE EVER-CHANGING DEMANDS OF THE HEALTH CARE SECTOR.

The Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences brings together the professional schools of Kinesiology, Nursing and Social Work, the departments of Health Science and Psychology, and the academic program in Gerontology in a unique hands-on learning experience that works closely with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine.

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GERONTOLOGY 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, the impact of an aging population on society, and the impact 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 across our human lifespan. A double major in Gerontology and Psychology or Women’s Studies is available. Interdisciplinary certificates in Palliative Care and Dementia Studies can also complement your studies in Gerontology.

PSYCHOLOGY Concurrent Education Option Available 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? What makes us 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, social, developmental, and individual psychology. Options to study psychology in both arts and science programs are available, as well as double majors that allow you to pair Psychology with Gerontology, Philosophy or Women’s Studies.

EXCEPTIONAL ALUMNI UNCONVENTIONAL CAREERS Samantha Angove, Principal Art Auctioneer at Park West Gallery, works on international cruise ships to auction artworks by both emerging artists and well-known artists such as Rembrandt and Picasso - Psychology Graduate

Where will your Lakehead degree take you?

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES GERONTOLOGY • Exercise Therapist • Recreation Coordinator • Speech Therapist • Intensive Family Therapist • Medical Social Worker • Mental Health Specialist • Occupational Analyst

PSYCHOLOGY • Psychometrist • Public Health Statistician • Public Opinion Interviewer • Social Worker • Speech Pathologist/Audiologist • Youth Services Specialist • Therapeutic Recreation Assistant

• Animal Trainer • Art Therapist • Behavioural Psychologist • Child Welfare Worker • Consultant • Case Worker • Correctional Director • Criminologist • Day Treatment Clinician

• Deaf & Hearing Impaired Clinician • Rehabilitation Counselling • Drug Abuse & Prevention Educator • Ergonomist • Geriatric Case Worker • Researcher • Policy Analyst • Clinical Social Worker/Therapist

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NURSING

Social work is an exciting and diverse profession. Whether working to develop social policy, providing counselling to individuals and families, or working with whole communities to promote change, social workers are committed to social justice and the wellbeing of all members of society. Here at Lakehead University, our program provides you with an opportunity to learn the foundational knowledge and skills to begin your career as a social worker. We pride ourselves on providing a program that is challenging, meaningful, and applicable to a range of professional practice settings. We are committed to providing the best possible learning for our students, through small class sizes, innovative teaching methods, and outstanding placement settings. Field education is an integral component of the program and your placements may include working in a child welfare agency, psychiatric or medical hospital, correctional facility, or community or school setting. Our faculty and field educators are experienced and enthusiastic, bringing a range of practice and research experience to the classroom. The result is a program that is truly exceptional.

Committed to hands-on experiences that start in your first year, Lakehead’s Nursing program creates supportive learning environments to help you 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, health promotion, and health protection strategies, you will learn how to become an active member of a health care team that can meet the current and future needs of society.

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. You will begin your educational journey at Lakehead by first taking two foundational liberal arts years, during which you will take introductory courses in Social Work, and a variety of other courses to broaden your learning. You will be required to apply for admission to the professional years (third and fourth year) during your second year. Academic guidance will be provided to help you prepare for a successful application. Options also exist to add to your Social Work degree a concentration in Gerontology, Indigenous Learning, or Women’s Studies.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Social Worker • Mental Health Associate • Welfare Manager • Parole Officer • Life Skills Coach

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• Children’s Aid Investigator • Addictions Counsellor • Youth Probation Officer • Community Centre Director • Rehabilitation Coordinator

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At Lakehead, we offer a 4-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in collaboration with our local college, Confederation College, as well as a 3-year compressed Bachelor of Science in Nursing program – a perfect choice for those who may want to fast track their education through spring and summer terms. Clinical practice is an integral part of the program beginning in your first year and each year throughout your studies. In first year, you will practice basic nursing care with older persons in long-term or chronic care settings for one morning per week. Each year the amount of clinical practice is incremental, reflecting your growth, knowledge and nursing skill set. By fourth year, you will be required to complete three 6-week placements. As a unique part of the program, final year students can arrange clinical experiences in many places within Canada and around the world. Our Nursing students have chosen to travel to such places as Thailand, New Zealand, Australia, Finland, and Africa to enhance their university experience. As a Lakehead Nursing student, you will experience cutting-edge knowledge, as faculty and staff incorporate examples of their research into the classroom. Some subjects of current research include the aging process, women’s health, Aboriginal health, oncology, cardiac disease, and much more.

NATIVE NURSES ENTRY PROGRAM (NNEP) The Native Nurses Entry Program provides a nine-month full-time transition for Indigenous students with an interest in nursing. Studies occur in a culturally-sensitive and friendly environment consisting of two semesters and a final two-week field placement. The program is designed to increase opportunities for indigenous students, with the appropriate grade point average, to gain entry to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program.


HEALTH & BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES

KINESIOLOGY Co-op Option Available Concurrent Education Option Available 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, musculoskeletal injuries, ergonomics, 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 applying your kinesiology training in a series of co-operative education placements 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.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Kinesiologist • Teacher • Physiotherapist • Sports Medicine Specialist • Trainer • Chiropractor • Doctor

• Ergonomist • Health & Safety Director • Exercise Therapist • Disability Management Specialist • Fitness Consultant • Sports Director • Sports Medicine Specialist

“I was given the opportunity to complete practicums within the physiotherapy, cardiac rehabilitation, and athletic therapy settings. In the future I plan on pursuing my dream of becoming a physiotherapist, and know that my entire journey at Lakehead has provided me with a very rich foundation on which to build.” - Ariel Pelletier, OTTAWA, ON – KINESIOLOGY

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NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT MODERN NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IS ABOUT PEOPLE, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, AND APPLYING NATURAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES TO THE MANAGEMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT FOR THE BENEFIT OF SOCIETY. OUR PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS OFFER A BALANCED VIEW OF SUSTAINABLE ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT WITH RESPECT TO THE MANY SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FACING US NOW AND IN THE FUTURE. WHILE OUR LOCATION IN THE MIDST OF CANADA’S VAST BOREAL FOREST IS UNBEATABLE, WE ALSO RECOGNIZE THE NEED TO ENSURE YOU ARE AWARE OF, AND PREPARED FOR, STEWARDSHIP ON A GLOBAL SCALE.

Stewardship allows for the sustainable extraction and utilization of products such as wood, biofuels, bioproducts, food, and natural medicines. Most forested landscapes in Ontario and Canada are publicly owned, and as such, are also important for recreational pursuits. 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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Through our innovative and hands-on approach, you will build a portfolio describing your individual combination of specific business skills, your acquired sound science foundation, and practical experience. This portfolio will showcase your achievements and allow you to be part of finding meaningful and lasting solutions for today’s unique environmental, societal and economic challenges in order to sustain our forests and natural resources for generations to come.


FORESTRY

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. After the second year, you select one of six specializations for your program. Acquiring a broad understanding of the topics and issues surrounding natural resources management will enable you to better understand and pursue your particular areas of interest and ensure the best career path possible.

Three Specialization options: Forest Management, Forest Health & Protection, and Forest Products & Marketing

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT Three Specialization options: Wildlife Conservation & Management, Conservation Planning & Management, and Sustainable Land Use Co-op Option Available 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, including industry-standard geomatics tools, such as GIS and remote sensing. 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 & Management, Conservation Planning & Management, or maximize your elective opportunities through a Sustainable Land Use option. Regardless of your chosen stream, you will get a solid foundation aimed at making you not just well versed in current societal issues – based on science – but also employable due to our focus on technical skills development, communications and a comprehensive understanding of Crown Land management. Enjoy the flexibility to build your expertise in an area of interest such as wildlife or historical and cultural perspectives. In an option unique to Lakehead University, when 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.

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Co-op Option Available Through a specialization, you will delve deeper into the areas of Forest Management, Forest Health & Protection, or the emerging frontier of Forest Products & Marketing. You will be exposed to the high-tech world of modern forest management through advanced precision forestry optimization, GPS/GIS systems, 3-D visualization, remote sensing with satellite imagery and airborne systems including drone (UAV) technology, genetic research, and much more. Our Forestry program is 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 and the USA.

THE WORLD AWAITS The opportunity to take your skills and passion across the world is available, with the option to participate in at least one international field school excursion as well as internationallyfocused courses. This experience will help you better comprehend global challenges and opportunities linked to the three pillars of sustainability – environmental health, economic viability and social well-being and acceptance. We support our students and assist in finding meaningful employment during your study breaks and help you prepare an individualized portfolio for effective career development.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Geomatics Specialist • Urban Forester • Wildlife Ecologist • Fish & Wildlife Officer • GIS Forester • Invasive Species Specialist • Land Reclamation Officer • Planning Forester

• Community/Economic Development Officer • Forest Conservation Officer • Science and Nature Educator • Parks Planner • International Conservation Specialist • Renewable Energy Consultant • Climate Change Analyst

EXCEPTIONAL ALUMNI UNCONVENTIONAL CAREERS Katie Babin, an Environmental Technician works in Canada’s high arctic at a mine. Prior to her career, she worked as a forest firefighter and a student aquatic wildlife Biologist - Environmental Management Graduate

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SOCIAL SCIENCES & HUMANITIES JOIN THE NEXT GENERATION OF GLOBAL CITIZENS IN ONE OF OUR ENGAGING SOCIAL SCIENCES & HUMANITIES PROGRAMS. YOU WILL THRIVE IN OUR DYNAMIC AND VIBRANT LEARNING ENVIRONMENT, WITH SMALL CLASS SIZES AND AWARD-WINNING FACULTY WHO KNOW YOUR NAME.

Explore the diversity of human experience across time and place, and investigate the very ways in which meaning is made, how our world views are represented, and how new ideas take hold through language, literature, music, and art. Our disciplines bring us face to face with the “big ideas,” major issues and unavoidable questions that confront us as individuals and as societies. These questions relate to the ways in which human beings think and behave; how they interact with each other and their environment; and how they communicate ideas about human experience in art, literature and music. Lakehead is Canada’s #1 smaller university for social sciences and humanities research, and offers you the opportunity to gain international experience and combine your academic studies with real world involvement through community-based and hands-on learning. Our graduates are ready to make a difference in the arts, health, technology and so much more.

ARTS ONE Lakehead Arts One will allow you to begin your first year of studies without having to select a particular major until the end of your first year. Try out a mix of different courses without being worried about making the perfect choice right on day one. University is a time of exploration and it is okay to take your first year to uncover your real interests so you can spend the rest of your 3 or 4 years at Lakehead pursuing your true passion. Experience a blend of courses from across a variety of the arts-based disciplines in areas such as English, History, Philosophy or Political Science to name a few.

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HISTORY

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. Other course offerings will expose you to topics such as youth crime, cyber crime, forensic psychology, criminal profiling and violence.

Concurrent Education Option Available

At Lakehead, you will develop your skills and knowledge in the three focus areas: (1) social justice and human rights, (2) law and legal institutions, and (3) forensic science and criminalistics.

In addition to combining your History major with Concurrent Education, you can also do a double major in History with English, French, Philosophy, Political Studies or Women’s Studies.

ENGLISH

Fully online option available.

Concurrent Education Option Available

NATIVE ACCESS

English is not just about books. Discover the world’s diverse cultures and the contexts in which we live our lives through a detailed study of literature, language, and culture. You will explore different types of literature, as well as film and popular culture; take classes in creative, academic, and professional writing; study the history of literature and literary and cultural theory; and examine a wide range of texts from different historical periods, genres, media, and literary traditions. You will develop valuable life-long skills; you will learn how to communicate your ideas clearly and effectively, to construct persuasive arguments, to conduct and analyze research, and to think critically and creatively.

SOCIAL SCIENCES & HUMANITIES

CRIMINOLOGY

Become involved in the study of creating a shared understanding of past events. Your exploration will encompass all aspects of the human experience in all parts of the world, including such fields as Canadian, Latin American, South Asian, European, Environmental, Economic, Social, and Political History. A unique feature of our program includes community placement opportunities in any history or heritage-related organization allowing you to supplement and complement your studies while gaining practical work experience.

The Native Access Program provides an eight-month full-time transition for Indigenous students to build the skills and academic knowledge necessary for the successful completion of a university degree. You will study in a culturally-sensitive and friendly environment while taking courses in English, Math, Science, Indigenous Learning and University Transitions. Upon successful completion of this program, you can pursue an undergraduate degree at Lakehead University.

At our Thunder Bay campus, you can pursue a double major, combining English with a degree in French, History, Philosophy or Women’s Studies. At the Orillia campus, you have the option of completing your English major as an Arts degree or an interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences degree. If you’re particularly interested in writing, you can complete a Specialization in Writing as part of your English major.

GENERAL ARTS 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. Fully online option available.

EXCEPTIONAL ALUMNI UNCONVENTIONAL CAREERS Coleman Hell, a recording Artist for Columbia Records, has had his hit single “2 Heads” spend more than 20 weeks on Billboard’s Alternative Chart and has over 20 million hits worldwide - English Graduate

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INDIGENOUS LEARNING Concurrent Education Option Available Develop a broad-based understanding of the life experiences of Indigenous peoples. You will gain insights into the integral place of oral testimony, material culture, and language within the social settings of Indigenous peoples. Throughout the program, you will develop analytical and critical-thinking skills that arise from survey construction, data analysis, archival research and the perusal of historical and contemporary government records allowing for a greater appreciation and understanding of Indigenous communities locally, nationally and internationally. The program integrates disciplines such as history, geography, anthropology, sociology, social work, education and law. In addition to a major in Indigenous Learning, double majors in Philosophy or Women’s Studies are also available along with a minor or certificate in Indigenous Learning.

INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES Concurrent Education Option Available How do we prepare for a future that we can’t see? How do we prepare for careers that don’t yet have a name? The answer: Interdisciplinary Studies. In this program, you will develop critical-thinking skills and problem-solving strategies via innovative inquiry courses on important social topics. The Interdisciplinary Studies program is flexible in its design, allowing you to customize your educational experience. Choose two disciplines to study in depth from among these options: Anthropology, Biology, Criminology, English, Geography, General Science, History, Media Studies, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. Your combination of Arts and Science disciplines is up to you, based on your interests and your aspirations. New this year, the Interdisciplinary Studies Major offers four concentration options within the degree: • Human Nature • International Conflict and Human Rights • Social Justice • Environment in Politics and Culture

LANGUAGES Concurrent Education Option Available Bienvenue - Willkommen - Benvenuti - Tervetuloa - Welcome As instruments of communication and discovery, languages open a window on the diversity of human experience. The acquisition of another language will not only allow you to better understand other people and cultures but also provide you with a competitive edge in today’s job market. At Lakehead, you have the choice to major in French and the opportunity to immerse yourself in French throughout your studies through, for example, an exchange program with a partner university in France. Lakehead also offers a minor in French, double majors with English, Philosophy, History as well as language courses including Classics, Finnish, German, Italian, Mandarin, Native, and Spanish. 40

MEDIA STUDIES 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 regarding 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. At Lakehead, you will put your theory into practice through group production projects where you will take on a wide range of roles: producer, cinematographer, video editor, sound editor, web designer and more. Our internship opportunities will also allow you to gain real life experiences at media-related workplaces, or even social justice or non-profit organizations.

MUSIC Concurrent Education Option Available Develop your performance skills and deepen your awareness and understanding of music theory, composition, and music history at Lakehead. Select any of the orchestral instruments to study or choose from saxophone, classical guitar, piano, organ, or voice. Your study of music will enrich you intellectually and challenge you as a creative and performing artist, music teacher and scholar. As a Lakehead music student, you will be surrounded by highly talented faculty and facilities built for musicians including a recital hall, music library, electronic music studio and teaching studios. Our students are also highly involved in the local community music scene with performance opportunities with the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra.

NORTHERN STUDIES Explore the peoples and environments of the northern parts of Canada, as well as other parts of the circumpolar world. This unique interdisciplinary program will include courses in anthropology, biology, chemistry, economics, environmental studies, geography, history, indigenous learning, outdoor recreation, political science, and sociology. You will also have the opportunity to participate in the North2North student mobility program, a chance to spend a 4 to 8 month term studying abroad at the University of the Arctic partner institution.


SOCIAL SCIENCES & HUMANITIES

SOCIOLOGY Concurrent Education Option Available Study all aspects of human group life, ranging from personal relationships to the impersonal forces that operate on national and global levels. You will learn theoretical perspectives and research methods to help understand and study the social world, and learn about topics such as health and illness, crime and deviance, gender relations, aging and the life course, popular culture, globalization and social change, work and the economy, education, knowledge, technology, social inequality, prejudice, and discrimination.

PHILOSOPHY Concurrent Education Option Available 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. Your Philosophy major can also be combined with a double major in English, French, History, Indigenous Learning, Political Science, or Psychology.

At Lakehead, you will master the essentials of social research while applying these skills to study and better understand numerous topics and issues in social life that interest you most.

VISUAL ARTS Concurrent Education Option Available Develop your skills as an artist and experience studio classes devoted to painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, and ceramics. Combine practical, theoretical, and critical approaches to the study of art and art history.  Exhibit your work at public and private galleries, including the Annual Student Juried Exhibition at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery, and enjoy visiting artist talks and gallery visits.

POLITICAL SCIENCE Concurrent Education Option Available 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, including the federal system, voting behaviour, political parties and pressure groups in our student-centred learning environment. You will also explore political systems in Europe, America, the Third World, Asia, and Communist areas. For those of you with a special interest in politics abroad, our minor in International Politics is one of the very few in Canada. Thinking about law school in the future? Our specialized pre-law program may be the perfect fit. Our Political Science major can also be combined with a double major in Economics, History or Philosophy.

WOMEN’S STUDIES Concurrent Education Option Available Explore the many ways that societies both shape and are shaped by gender, sexuality, masculinities, queer theory, transnationalism, and women’s experiences. Your critical interdisciplinary approach covers topics in transnational systems that produce gendered structures from bodies through to nation-states; and how the intersection of gender, race, class, ethnicity, sexuality, ability and age produce multiple lived experiences, through topics in law, social policy, sociology, psychology, education, cultural studies, literature, history, and more.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Antique Dealer • • Cartoonist • City Planner • Diplomat • • Designer • • Doctor • • Forensic Analyst

• Foreign Correspondent • Journalist • Librarian • Mediator • Museum Curator • Musician • Policy Writer•

• Peace Keeper • Police Officer • Politician • • Press Secretary • Public Relations Director • Researcher • • Song Writer •

• Teacher • Consumer Affairs Investigator • Travel Agent

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OUTDOOR RECREATION, PARKS & TOURISM Concurrent Education Option Available One of a kind in Canada. Through integration of outdoor leadership, parks, and tourism, our school offers you the chance to experience a unique integration of theoretical and applied perspectives related to the study of outdoor recreation and leisure pursuits in natural environments. Outdoor recreation is playing an increasingly important role in our contemporary lives. Not only does it contribute to health and fitness, family cohesion, friendship, personal reflection, enrichment of culture, and appreciation of natural environments, it also plays a key role in the area of economic development. From the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area to the routes the early Voyageurs followed, our program takes advantage of the unique terrain and natural resources in our region. With mountains, rivers, lakes and trails at our doorstep along with the best that the four seasons can provide, our region offers ideal outdoor learning environments filled with unconventional opportunities that include world-class cross-country skiing, kayaking, hiking, and wildlife viewing, to name a few. Our program offers a concentration in Nature-Based Therapeutic Recreation. Double degree options such as Outdoor Recreation with Geography, History or Women’s Studies as well as double majors with Natural Science are other programs to explore.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Parks Director • • Tourism Entrepreneur • • Leadership Coordinator • • Conservation Officer • • Risk Management Director • Youth Worker • • Teacher • • Therapeutic Recreation Specialist • Community Recreation Coordinator • • Adventure Guide • • Hospitality Manager • • Interpreter

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ORILLIA CAMPUS FEATURE: ARTS & SCIENCE Our Orillia campus features one of the few Interdisciplinary Studies Programs in Canada. Embrace an interdisciplinary approach to study through unique programs that allow you to combine the worlds of both arts and sciences. This enables you to focus on what interests you while becoming aware of a much wider horizon, preparing you to address local and global issues with problem-solving skills that go beyond specific disciplines. With the opportunity to examine issues critically from multiple angles, you will gain the skills necessary to pursue a wide range of careers. You can also enhance your program by combining the Arts & Science degrees with Concurrent Education at the primary/junior teaching level.

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SCIENCE & ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES 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. WHETHER YOU ARE STUDYING ROCKS AND THE EARTH’S CORE, HUMAN EVOLUTION, FORENSICS OR WATER RESOURCE SCIENCE, YOU WILL BE IMMERSED IN ALL THAT OUR NATURAL LABORATORIES OFFER. FROM LECTURES AT ARCHAEOLOGICAL DIG SITES TO COLLECTING SAMPLES FROM THE BANKS OF OUR RIVERS, YOU WILL GAIN FIRSTHAND KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE IN YOUR FIELD OF STUDY BOTH INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM.

As an undergraduate student, opportunities for you to be engaged in exciting research projects are no exception at Lakehead. We believe your university years should be extraordinary - working alongside leading scientists on projects that inspire your learning while you contribute towards the creation of new knowledge. Our future scientists are currently exploring their research interests in areas such as labelling cancer cells, invasive species, green chemistry, and much more.

Both of our campuses provide you with the enriched learning environments that only smaller class sizes can offer, as well as invaluable fieldwork and laboratory work starting right in your first year, using sophisticated, state-of-the-art tools and equipment. From traditional sciences to interdisciplinary programs, such as the Honours Bachelor of Arts & Science degree uniquely offered at the Orillia Campus, Lakehead offers a wide range of science programs that will prepare you to become a future scientist, ground-breaking researcher or lead you to a wide range of other career opportunities.

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ANTHROPOLOGY Concurrent Education Option Available Anthropology involves the examination of humans and our ancestors from a mix of archaeological, biological, cognitive, linguistic, socio-cultural, and historical perspectives. Explore a wide range of topics, including human bio-cultural evolution and adaptations, the analysis of archaeological sites and artifacts, paleopathology, archaeological science, forensic anthropology, ancient DNA, and the variety of human cultures and societies. Inclass learning is applied, in the community, in the field, in the lab, along with conducting forensic examinations and archaeological digs, including site preparation, developing tracking systems, and learning to extract and preserve finds. Socio-cultural anthropology provides students the opportunity to explore cultural diversity in the classroom and in the field. At Lakehead, you can study Anthropology in the arts, the sciences or both combined.

APPLIED LIFE SCIENCES Explore the modern applications of bio-molecular research in anthropology, chemistry, biology, and physics. While experimenting with organic chemicals and exploring animal physiology, you will also have a chance to ponder optical physics and delve into human evolutionary studies. 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, including the Paleo DNA Laboratory. New this year, the Applied Life Sciences major can include a concentration in Biomedical Sciences. Specializations in Biotechnology or Experimental Life Sciences may also be explored in conjunction with your studies.

BIOINFORMATICS Bioinformatics is the science of developing information models for explaining living (biological) systems. Bioinformatics uses computer science and technology to analyze biological information and mathematical equations to describe molecular interactions dictated by chemistry and physics to understand how living systems work. Bioinformatics can be used to study many important topics in the Life Sciences, including drug and human interactions, personalized medicine, and microbiology. Leading the way in the next stage of scientific evolution, at Lakehead, you will integrate knowledge and tools from mathematics, computer science, biology, chemistry, and physics in developing models of biological systems.

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BIOLOGY Concurrent Education Option Available Satisfy your curiosity about structures and functions in the natural world by studying biology in a way that suits your career aspirations. Whether outdoors or in the lab, you will do handson work on local and global issues in ecology and evolution, biodiversity conservation, disturbance ecology and ecosystem recovery, aquatic ecotoxicology, environmental microbiology, biomass conversion, bio-refining, bioenergy, animal science and much more. At Lakehead, your Biology major can also be combined with Chemistry for a double major. New this year, the Biology major can include concentrations in one of the following fields: Animal Sciences, Biodiversity and Conservation, Neuroscience and Plant Sciences.

CHEMISTRY Concurrent Education Option Available 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. With a specialization in Medical Sciences as an option, you can combine biochemical and imaging concepts at the molecular level providing you with the opportunity to investigate the biochemistry of biological systems and methods for detecting/imaging and designing treatments for disease. At Lakehead, starting right in first year and beyond, you will work with some of the most modern, sophisticated and specialized instruments along with opportunities to get involved in research in your undergraduate years.


ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

Co-op Option Available

Concurrent Education Option Available

Computer science is changing our world and shaping its future. It plays a leading role in modern society, whether it is helping us fight crime, finding a cure for cancer, planning a mission to Mars, or allowing us to listen to music on our MP3 players.

Co-op Option Available

Think big as you explore the world of computer science while engaging in a focused program stream in Business or Science. Experience high-tech labs and classrooms, enjoy access to a 240-core high performance computing Linux cluster, a stunning 3-D virtual reality lab, and learn about the latest advances in game programming, mobile computing, health informatics applications, internet applications, computer security, big data and cloud computing. A key component of our program is co-op providing you with valuable hands-on work experience with companies that will allow you to explore and further develop your skillset.

ECONOMICS 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.

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Concurrent Education Option Available 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 socio-economic, cultural, and political factors that affect the environment in our eco-Canada nationally-accredited programs.

Become an informed, environmentally-conscious, and responsible citizen with excellent communication skills and problem-solving abilities. You will be prepared to meet the growing demands of interdisciplinary environmental practitioners related to Environmental Sustainability. The Lakehead University, Orillia Campus, as North America’s first LEED® campus for environmental sustainability, is the perfect location to enter this emerging field. A specialization in Environmental Biotechnology is also available.

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COMPUTER SCIENCE

Honours Bachelor of Arts and Science - Environmental Sustainability (Specialization in Ecosystem Management) Degree with Environmental Technician Diploma This interdisciplinary degree-diploma combination will be offered by both Lakehead University and Georgian College. Upon completion, you will receive both an Honours Bachelor of Arts & Science - Environmental Sustainability degree from Lakehead University and the Environmental Technician diploma from Georgian College. The degree-diploma combination provides a theoretical and applied framework that complements the practical skills and scientific knowledge necessary to understand and monitor complex environmental systems. The specialization in Ecosystem Management will allow you to select additional topics complementing the degree-diploma including, but not limited to, forest ecology, plant taxonomy, field schools, environmental impact assessment, biogeography and conservation geography, soil science, environmental biomonitoring, geomatics, forest disturbance and recovery, and ecological restoration. You will be provided with opportunities to develop advanced lab and field skills that will allow graduates to meet and adapt to the growing demands of a career in the environmental sciences. Pending final approval

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Experiential LEARNING GENERAL SCIENCE

GEOLOGY

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.

Concurrent Education Option Available

GEOARCHAEOLOGY 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 the study of archaeological site formation processes, paleogeography, paleoenvironmental reconstruction, chronometric dating, and the application of methods from the natural and physical sciences to archaeological materials.

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 occurring on the surface and in the interior of the Earth, volcanic and earthquake hazards and the formation of ore deposits. Field work is an important component of geology which means you will participate in two field schools during your program. Given our location on the Canadian Shield, spectacular geology is within a few minutes drive of Thunder Bay.

MATHEMATICS Concurrent Education Option Available

GEOGRAPHY AND THE ENVIRONMENT Concurrent Education Option Available Seize the opportunity to put your studies in their place! Programs in Geography and the Environment apply knowledge from humanities and sciences to understanding the world around us. You will explore the interactions between human and natural systems, why they are located where they are, what changes are occurring in these relationships, and how to address the problems that arise. You will develop a knowledge of the earth’s physical environments and analyze the interrelationship of social, economic, political, and cultural factors. Explore specialized studies in geomatics, climate change, water resource management, urban systems, conservation and sustainability, glacial and fluvial processes, natural hazards, and more. At Lakehead, you can pursue a Geography major through either arts, science, or combined arts and science; or you can choose a degree in Environmental Science or Environmental Studies. Combined programs in Geology and Outdoor Recreation, Parks & Tourism are also options. Non-majors are eligible for a minor in Geography and the Certificate Program in Geomatics.

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. At Lakehead, you can study Math in the arts or the sciences. A combined program with Economics or Physics is also an option.

PHYSICS Concurrent Education Option Available Co-op Option Available Physics is the most fundamental natural science. Through experiment and by using the language of mathematics, you will attempt to uncover the laws of nature and understand how the world works at the deepest level. Whether it is imaging galaxies or imaging tumors, looking at the quantum world or protein dynamics, physics is the key to unlocking these universes. At Lakehead, you will be exposed to cutting edge knowledge in a variety of fields in physics including condensed matter, lasers and optical physics, nanotechnology, materials science, medical imaging and mathematical physics to equip you well with the knowledge and technical skills needed for success. A concentration in Biomedical Physics is available as an option with your Physics major.

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SCIENCE & ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS 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. You will 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.

SCIENCE ONE Lakehead Science One will allow you to begin your first year of studies without having to select a particular major until the end of your first year. Try out a mix of different courses without being worried about making the perfect choice right on day one. University is a time of exploration and it is okay to take your first year to uncover your real interests so you can spend the rest of your 3 or 4 years at Lakehead pursuing your true passion. Experience a blend of courses from across a variety of the arts-based disciplines in areas such as Anthropology, Biology, Geography, Water Resources Sciences or Bioinformatics, to name a few.

WATER RESOURCE SCIENCE Water quality and adequate supply of fresh water are important issues in Canada and the rest of the world. With increasing population growth and climate change, sustainable management of this limited and vital resource is at the forefront of science and policy. In this program you will gain the skills and knowledge required to tackle complex problems related to sustaining and improving water quality to meet the many growing demands on this precious resource. Lakehead offers the only undergraduate program in Canada specializing in Water Resources. We also offer an applied program in partnership with Confederation College, in which students graduate with a degree and diploma in 4 years. Thunder Bay offers an unparalleled location to learn about water. We are located on the shore of the largest freshwater lake in the world. What are you waiting for? Get out here!

EXCEPTIONAL ALUMNI UNCONVENTIONAL CAREERS Luan Ngo, is a prominent figure in the Ontario government working to support the Premier as the Senior Economist for Ontario’s Ministry of Finance - Economics & Political Science Graduate

Where will your Lakehead degree take you?

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES • Microbiologist • • Process Analyst• • Animal Ecologist • Aquatic Biologist • • Biochemist • Biostatistician • • Botanist • • Conservation Officer • • Chiropractor• • Curator • • Toxicologist • • Dietitian/Nutritionist • • Ecologist • Food Analyst • • Forensic Examiner

• Horticulturist • • Mycologist • • Naturopathic Physician • Paleontologist • • Pharmacist • Veterinarian • • Technical Illustrator • Diagnostic Audiologist/Radiologist• • Meteorologist • • Nuclear Physicist • • Oceanographer • Optometrist • • Petrophysicist • Programmer• • Industrial Hygienist • X-Ray Technician

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AT LAKEHEAD, THE BORA LASKIN FACULTY OF LAW HAS A MANDATE THAT ENCOMPASSES THREE KEY FEATURES: 1. SMALL FIRM PRACTICE 2. ABORIGINAL LEGAL ISSUES 3. NATURAL RESOURCE/ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

We provide the highest standard of legal education, where theory is fused with practical application. Our program focuses on the realities of living and working in the North: on Aboriginal issues, natural resources and the environment, and the needs of small firm practice. We are committed to providing a first-rate legal education. What kind of law school can you expect at Lakehead? We are small. With only 60 students each year, we take full advantage of our small size. You will receive a personal education. Learning is hands on and our professors will know you. We offer unique opportunities for you to hone your legal skills at all stages of the program. Our aim is to make Lakehead law graduates ready to serve their communities as skilled advocates. At Lakehead we firmly believe, and the Law Society confirms, that skills are integral to legal education. By integrating skills throughout the 3-year Juris Doctor program, we are ensuring our graduates are strong in both the theory and practice. Hands-on learning will deepen your understanding of substantive law and open your eyes to the professional roles and responsibilities of Thunder Bay Campus 48

a lawyer. It will also empower you to be an effective advocate for your clients and your community. This kind of education will serve you well in any legal career, and will be especially helpful for those seeking roles in smaller communities with smaller firms.

Admission Facts: Our Juris Doctor program is a second-entry professional program. After youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve completed 3 years of undergraduate studies, you can apply to be considered for admission to Law. We take a holistic approach for admission to our Law program, taking into consideration many factors including: Minimum of 3 years of full-time undergraduate studies Competitive applicants will have an overall academic standing of B+/75% A-/ 80% in the last two years of study at the undergraduate level Personal Statement Law School Admission Test (LSAT) Score Reference letters


MEDICINE

MEDICINE BORN OF A GRASSROOTS MOVEMENT BY NORTHERN ONTARIANS IN NEED OF HEALTH PROFESSIONALS, THE NORTHERN ONTARIO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE (NOSM) IS A MEDICAL SCHOOL LIKE NO OTHER. NO OTHER CANADIAN MEDICAL SCHOOL IS A JOINT INITIATIVE BETWEEN TWO UNIVERSITIES. NO OTHER CANADIAN MEDICAL SCHOOL PROVIDES TRAINING IN MORE THAN 90 COMMUNITIES ACROSS A GEOGRAPHIC EXPANSE OF 800,000 SQUARE KILOMETRES. RATHER THAN TAKING AN OFF-THE-SHELF APPROACH TO DELIVERING HEALTH PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS MODELED AFTER TRADITIONAL METHODS, NOSM HAS DEVELOPED NOVEL EDUCATION STRATEGIES TO MEET THE NEEDS OF NORTHERN ONTARIANS.

The first medical school in Canada with a social accountability mandate, the Northern Ontario School of Medicine has become a world-recognized leader in the field of health professional education. Its unique model of distributed, community-engaged medical education and research is producing highly sought-after physicians, residents, physician assistants, dietitians, and other health-care professionals. Thunder Bay Campus

If you can see the value of an innovative, nontraditional approach and are willing to commit to a demanding, powerful educational experience, then consider the Northern Ontario School of Medicine for your health professional education. You will engage with real patients. You will learn to provide care that is directly responsive to the needs of patients and communities across NOSM’s wider campus of Northern Ontario. The School offers you exposure to rural, remote, Indigenous, and Francophone communities. What does that mean for you? It means your path to becoming a health-care professional will be unique, exciting, and diverse.

The Northern Ontario School of Medicine offers the following academic programs:

Undergraduate Medical Education – nosm.ca/ume Postgraduate Medical Education – nosm.ca/postgrad Physician Assistant Program – nosm.ca/pa Northern Ontario Dietetic Internship Program – nosm.ca/nodip

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APPLYING TO LAKEHEAD APPLYING TO BECOME A PART OF THE LAKEHEAD UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY IS EASY. FOLLOW THESE 4 STEPS TO GET YOU ON YOUR WAY:

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Choose your top program choices

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Review the admission requirements for your program choices

Review our programs and select those that best fit your passion and interests. For more information about our programs, visit mylakehead.ca Check to ensure that you have the necessary grades from your past educational background along with the prerequisite courses for the programs you have selected. Be sure to check your requirements based on your applicant type.

APPLICANT TYPES: 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 applicant you are to ensure you meet the minimum requirements for admission consideration. Student Type:

Definition:

High School Student:

You are currently attending a high school on a full-time basis or have recently graduated (within 2 years), and have not completed any post-secondary studies at another institution. A minimum 70% overall average or equivalent is normally required.

University Transfer Student:

You have attended a university and have a minimum overall average of 60% or equivalent in your completed university coursework.

College Transfer Student:

You have attended an accredited community college and have completed a minimum of one year of full-time academic studies since leaving high school with a minimum overall average of 70% or equivalent.

Mature Student:

You are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who has not been engaged in full-time studies for at least two years.

International Student:

You have last studied at an institution, of any type, outside of Canada.

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Apply online If you are a current high school student studying in Ontario, apply using the OUAC 101 Application online at ouac.on.ca. To apply, you will need a PIN and School Number, which your Guidance Department will provide to you. Your high school transcript will be automatically sent to us. For all other applicant types, apply using the appropriate OUAC105 D or F Application, online at ouac.on.ca. You will need to send your transcripts to Lakehead University, Enrolment Services â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Undergraduate Admissions in order for your application to be considered.

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Review the status of your application Once your application has been received, Lakehead will send you an Acknowledgement email that will include access to myInfo, your Lakehead University student information portal. You can easily check the status of your application as well as check to see which documents are required for you to submit.

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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UNDERSTANDING THE ADMISSIONS PROCESS OFFERS OF ADMISSION Lakehead assesses and extends 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.

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 17, 2017.

RELEASE OF OFFERS

REPEATED COURSES (HIGH SCHOOL APPLICANTS ONLY)

For current Ontario high school applicants, Offers are extended in rounds based on available grades.

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.

December – Early Round; March – First Round; May – Second Round; July – Final Round

DEFERRALS

For all other applicants, Offers are extended on a rolling basis to qualified applicants who have completed an application and submitted all supporting documentation. This excludes limited enrolment programs such as: Engineering, Music, Nursing, 1-Year Honours Bachelor of Social Work, 2-Year Bachelor of Education, Visual Arts and Year 3 Honours Bachelor of Social Work. Offers of Admission to limited enrolment programs are released in rounds that begin in March.

Deferral of admission requests to the next academic year will be considered on a case-by-case basis for full-time studies in open enrolment programs for the Fall term. You may defer an Offer of Admission only once if approved. Applicants are encouraged to contact Undergraduate Admissions for further details.

ALTERNATE OFFERS

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. Similarly, applicants who have achieved a minimum grade of 4 on an AP exam may be eligible to receive advanced standing credit.

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.

INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE (IB) AND ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP)

MAXIMIZE YOUR TRANSFER CREDIT

TRANSFERRING FROM UNIVERSITY OR COLLEGE? If you are transferring from another university or college, Lakehead’s generous transfer credit policies ensure you can maximize your transfer credit to get you one step closer to completing your Lakehead degree in the quickest amount of time possible. If you are a college transfer applicant, Lakehead has transfer pathway agreements allowing you to move seamlessly from numerous college programs into one of Lakehead’s degree programs. We recognize transfer credit for diploma programs whether it has been partially or fully completed.

QUESTIONS REGARDING ADMISSIONS Lakehead University Enrolment Services – Undergraduate Admissions 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 | w: admissions.lakeheadu.ca

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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS – PREREQUISITES

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% average based on the best 6 Grade 12 U or M courses. DEGREE:

PROGRAM & MAJORS:

PREREQUISITES:

Anthropology, Arts One, English, English & History, English & Philosophy, English & Women’s Studies, General Arts, Geography, Gerontology, Gerontology & Psychology, Gerontology & Women’s Studies, History, History & Philosophy, History & Political Science, History & Sociology, History & Women’s Studies, Indigenous Learning, Indigenous Learning & Philosophy, Indigenous Learning & Women’s Studies, Northern Studies, Philosophy, Philosophy & Political Science, Political Science, Political Science – Pre-Law, Psychology, Psychology (Specialized Honours), Psychology (Specialized Honours with Major Concentration in Women’s Studies), Psychology & Philosophy, Psychology & Women’s Studies, Sociology, Sociology & Women’s Studies, Sociology with Major Concentration in Gerontology, and Women’s Studies

Gr. 12 U English; and 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Economics and Economics & Political Science

Gr. 12 U English; 1 Credit in Gr. 12 U Math; and 4 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

French, French & History, French & Philosophy, French & English

Gr. 12 U English; Gr. 12 U French; and 4 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Mathematics and Mathematics & Economics

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; and 3 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Music*

Gr. 12 U English; and 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits An audition and theory entrance test is required to be considered for admission into the Music major.

Visual Arts*

Gr. 12 U English; and 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits A portfolio of your artwork is required to be considered for admission into the Visual Arts major.

Arts & Science

Anthropology, Criminology, English, Environmental Sustainability (Co-op available), Geography, Interdisciplinary Studies with Major Concentrations in Human Nature, International Conflict & Human Rights, Social Justice or Environment in Politics & Culture, and Media Studies

Gr. 12 U English; and 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Business

Commerce (Co-op available), Business Administration, Global Entrepreneurship

Gr. 12 U English; 1 Credit in Gr. 12 U Math; and 4 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits Applicants without Gr. 12 U Math may be considered for admission but will be required to take a prescribed course as a First Year elective.

Concurrent Education – Arts

Primary/Junior: Anthropology, English, French, Geography, History, Mathematics, Music*, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Visual Arts*, and Women’s Studies Intermediate/Senior: Anthropology, English, English & French, English & History, French, French & History, Geography, History, Indigenous Learning, Mathematics, Music* and Psychology

Refer to the Specific Major Requirements in the Arts section above.

Concurrent Education – Arts & Science

Primary/Junior: Anthropology, English, Environmental Sustainability with Specialization in Ecosystem Management (Integrated Degree + Diploma) (Orillia Campus & Georgian College), Geography, and Interdisciplinary Studies

Refer to the Specific Major Requirements in the Arts & Science section above.

Concurrent Education – Environmental Science

Intermediate/Senior: Biology and Geography, Interdisciplinary Studies with Major Concentrations in Human Nature, International Conflict & Human Rights, Social Justice or Environment in Politics & Culture, and Media Studies

Refer to the Specific Major Requirements in the Environmental Science section below.

Concurrent Education – Environmental Studies

Intermediate/Senior: Geography

Refer to the Specific Major Requirements in the Environmental Studies section below.

Concurrent Education – Fine Arts

Intermediate/Senior: Visual Arts*

Gr. 12 U English; and 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits A portfolio of your artwork is required to be considered for admission into the Visual Arts major.

Concurrent Education – Kinesiology

Primary/Junior: Kinesiology Intermediate/Senior: Kinesiology

Refer to the Specific Major Requirements in the Kinesiology section below.

Concurrent Education – Outdoor Recreation

Primary/Junior: Outdoor Recreation Intermediate/Senior: Outdoor Recreation

Refer to the Specific Major Requirements in the Outdoor Recreation section below.

Concurrent Education – Science

Primary/Junior: Anthropology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Geography, Mathematics, Natural Science and Physics Intermediate/Senior: Anthropology, Biology, Biology & Chemistry, Chemistry, Earth Science, Geography, Geology, Mathematics, Physics and Psychology

Refer to the Specific Major Requirements in the Science section below.

Education

Aboriginal Education (Primary/Junior)

Gr. 12 U English; and 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits Proof of Aboriginal ancestry may be required.

Engineering

Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, and Software (Co-op available)

Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions (with a minimum final grade of 60%); Gr. 12 U English; Gr. 12 U Physics; Gr. 12 U Chemistry; and 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Engineering

Common Year in Applied Science

6 Gr. 12 U or M Credits; 1 Gr. 11 U or M Mathematics; Grade 11 U or Grade 12 C Physics; Grade 11 U or Grade 12 C Chemistry; and Grade 11 U or Grade 12 C English

Environmental Management (Co-op available)

Gr. 12 U English; 3 Credits from: Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions, Gr. 12 U Biology, Gr. 12 U Chemistry, Gr. 12 U Computer & Info Science, Gr. 12 U or M Geography*, Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors, Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management, or Gr. 12 U Physics; and 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits *Only one Gr. 12 U or M Geography course may be used.

Biology, and Geography

Gr. 12 U English; Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions; and 4 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Arts

Environmental Management

Environmental Science

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Earth Science

Gr. 12 U English; 1 Credit in Gr. 12 U Math; and 4 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Environmental Studies

Geography

Gr. 12 U English; and 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Fine Arts

Visual Arts*

Gr. 12 U English; and 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits A portfolio of your artwork is required to be considered for admission into the Visual Arts major.

Forestry

Forestry (Co-op available)

Gr. 12 U English; 3 Credits from: Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions, Gr. 12 U Biology, Gr. 12 U Chemistry, Gr. 12 U Computer & Info Science, Gr. 12 U or M Geography*, Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors, Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management, or Gr. 12 U Physics; and 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits *Only one Gr. 12 U or M Geography course may be used.

Kinesiology

Kinesiology (Co-op available)

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 Introduction to Kinesiology, or Gr. 12 U Physics; and 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits


(ONTARIO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS) DEGREE:

PROGRAM & MAJORS:

PREREQUISITES:

Music

Music*

Gr. 12 U English; and 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits An audition and theory entrance test is required to be considered for admission into the Music major.

Nursing

Collaborative (4 Years)*, and Compressed (3 Years)*

Gr. 12 U English; Gr. 12 U Biology; Gr. 12 U Chemistry; Gr 12 U Mathematics; and 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits A minimum grade of 60% is required in each of the program specific prerequisites for both programs. A minimum final average of 80% is required for the Compressed program. A Current Basic Cardiac Life Support (CPR-HCP Level) certificate is required within the first month of classes. Gr. 12 U English, and 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Outdoor Recreation

Outdoor Recreation, Outdoor Recreation & BA (Geography), Outdoor Recreation & BA (History), and Outdoor Recreation & BA (Women’s Studies), Outdoor Recreation with Major Concentration in NatureBased Therapeutic Recreation Outdoor Recreation & BSc (Natural Science)

Gr. 12 U English; 2 Credits in Gr. 12 U Math or Science, or one of each; and 3 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Anthropology, Applied Life Sciences, Applied Life Sciences with Major Concentration in Biomedical Sciences, Biology, Biology with Major Concentration in Animal Sciences, Biodiversity and Conservation, Neuroscience or Plant Sciences, Geography, Geography with Geology Minor, Mathematical Physics, Physics (Co-op available), and Physics with Major Concentration in Biomedical Physics

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, or Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management; and 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Bioinformatics

Gr. 12 U English; Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions; Gr. 12 U Biology; Gr. 12 U Chemistry; and 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Biology & Chemistry, Chemistry, and Chemistry with Specialization in Medical Sciences

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, or Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management; and 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Computer Science (Co-op 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, or Gr. 12 U Computer & Info Science; and 3 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Earth Science, General, Geoarchaelogy, Natural Science and Science One

Gr. 12 U English; 2 Credits in Gr. 12 U Math or Science, or one of each; and 3 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Geology

Gr. 12 U English; 1 Credit in Gr. 12 U Math; and 4 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Mathematics and Mathematics & Physics

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, or Gr. 12 U Physics; and 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Psychology and Psychology (Specialized Honours)

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, or Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management; and 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Resource & Environmental Economics

Gr. 12 U English; 2 Credits from: Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions, Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors, or Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management; 1 Credit from: Gr. 12 U Biology, Gr. 12 U Chemistry, Gr. 12 U Earth & Space Science, or Gr. 12 U Physics; and 2 additional Gr 12. U or M Credits

Water Resource Science, and Water Resource Science Major Specialization in Applied Environmental Water Management

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, or Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management; and 2 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Social Work, Social Work with Major Concentration in Gerontology, Indigenous Learning or Women’s Studies

Gr. 12 U English; and 5 additional Gr. 12 U or M Credits

Science

Social Work

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

For High School Admission Requirements by Canadian Province and other Countries, visit admissions.lakeheadu.ca

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY:

If your native language is not English, and you cannot verify having recently studied in an English language school system for more than 3 full years of full-time study, you will be required to present proof of English language proficiency. Lakehead University accepts the following recognized tests as proof of English language proficiency. Alternatively, you can choose to complete Lakehead University’s Academic English Program prior to your undergraduate studies (some exceptions apply). Accepted English Language Proficiency Tests and Scores: Test:

Minimum Required Scores:

TOEFL (paper based)

Minimum Score: 550 (no component score less than 50)

TOEFL (computer based)

Minimum Score: 213 (no component score less than 17)

TOEFL (internet based)

Minimum Score: 80 (no component score less than 19)

IELTS

Minimum Score: 6.5 (no individual score less than 6.0)

MELAB

Minimum Score: 85

CAEL

Minimum Score: 60

Please be advised that some academic units may require a higher score and that meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to Lakehead University.

ACCESS PROGRAMS Native Access Program Designed for applicants who identify as Aboriginal (First Nation, Métis or Inuit). You may apply as a recent high school graduate with an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or as a mature student. Native Nurses Entry Program Designed for applicants who identify as Aboriginal (First Nation, Métis or Inuit). You may apply as a recent high school graduate, mature or college transfer student. Applicants must have high school Biology and Chemistry (preferably Gr. 10 Academic or Applied Science) and Gr. 11 U or C Chemistry.

ACADEMIC ENGLISH PROGRAM (AEP):

If you do not meet the English Language Proficiency scores, you will be automatically considered for admission through Lakehead University’s Academic English Program (AEP). You will need to successfully complete AEP before proceeding into an academic program.

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