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W H E R E YOU C AN R E ALLY B E A PART OF IT ALL The University of New Brunswick’s Saint John campus is the kind of place where anything is possible. That’s because here on the Atlantic coast, enjoying the benefits of a small campus doesn’t mean you have to miss out on high-profile partnerships and research, a broad foundation of programs and course-offerings, a vibrantly diverse student population, and a connection to an academic legacy 225 years in the making. This is what our team – a close-knit group of students, faculty, staff, alumni and partners almost 50 years in the making – has to offer. Together we form a community of like-minded individuals who are making meaningful things happen in creative, innovative ways. We can’t wait to see what you’ll bring to the mix.

IMPORTANT DATES OCTOBER 15 OPEN HOUSE 2011

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MARCH 1

Deadline to apply for guaranteed UNB scholarships

MARCH 1

Deadline to apply for the Currie Undergraduate Scholarships

MARCH 1

Deadline to apply for the Harrison McCain Bursary

MARCH 15

Deadline to apply for the Primrose Scholarship

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L-R: Brooke Steeves, BBA Marketing ’13; Muhammad Owais Farooq, BBA Marketing ’12; Dr. Robert MacKinnon, Vice-President (Saint John); Aaleen Anjum, BSc Biology-Psychology ’14

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W ITH A G E N U I N E G RA S SROOTS APPROACH TO CO MM U N IT Y B U I LDI NG Our campus is a personal kind of place. That’s because we take the time to get to know one another and what we have to offer. We give each other the opportunity to share ideas, insight and knowledge and we respect those contributions. Here at UNB Saint John, we are big enough to represent a multiplicity of people, ideas and resources, but small enough to feel like family.

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3,000

NUMBER OF STUDENTS

120

NUMBER OF FACULTY

35

NUMBER OF COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN

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LARGE, MODERN, CO-ED, NON-SMOKING, KEY-CARD SECURED RESIDENCES

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L-R: Justin Stewart, BSc Biology-Psycholgy ’11; Jason Slipp; Ashley Carpenter, BSc Biology ’12

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A CO MM ITM E NT TO TRAN SFO RM I NG R E S E ARCH I NTO OPPO RTU N IT Y We are an engine that drives growth on a national level. At UNB Saint John, we seek opportunities for ourselves and for others – whether by developing research-based business partnerships, by providing the fuel our health science sector requires, or by creating hands-on co-operative education programming – we direct our energies toward achieving our collective potential.

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180

NUMBER OF GRADUATE STUDENTS

20+

NUMBER OF RESEARCH GROUPS

3M+

AMOUNT OF SUPPORTED RESEARCH CONDUCTED ON CAMPUS

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L-R: Constanza Chianale, PhD Biology; Dr. Thierry Chopin, Professor of Marine Biology

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AN ACCE S S I B LE N E T W O RK R E ADY TO E M B RACE G R E AT I DE A S Because our campus is deeply interwoven into our city and our region, our faculty and students have unprecedented access to business, government and charitable organizations – and over time they have built the best kind of living laboratory – one with a history of success, and an impressive list of productive, long-term relationships. At UNB Saint John, that kind of meaningful access – starting with our faculty and ending with our alumni and community members – is just the start.

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220

NUMBER OF UNB SAINT JOHN STUDENT MENTORS PARTICIPATING IN THE PROMISE PARTNERSHIP

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NUMBER OF PARTNER INSTITUTIONS IN THE TUCKER PARK HEALTH CLUSTER

7,000

NUMBER OF UNB SAINT JOHN ALUMNI

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L-R: Kendall Little, Irving Oil; Jennifer Gillis, Irving Oil, BBA Human Resources ’07; Kathleen McLeod, BBA Human Resources ’12

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AN D A VI B RANT H I STO R IC CIT Y THAT HA S MAR IT I M E HOS P ITALIT Y DOW N TO A SCI E NCE. Saint John is the largest city in New Brunswick, located on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean’s world-famous Bay of Fundy. Our historic waterfront is home to Atlantic Canada’s largest concentration of art galleries, as well as a terrific collection of locally owned restaurants and bars. With streetscapes lined with heritage buildings and green spaces boasting swimming, hiking, mountain biking, golf, horseback riding and skating – there’s something for everyone.

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122,000

POPULATION OF SAINT JOHN

226

YEARS SINCE INCORPORATION – THE OLDEST CITY IN CANADA

200,000

CRUISE SHIP PASSENGERS VISITING THE AREA ON AN ANNUAL BASIS

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NUMBER OF TIMES SAINT JOHN HAS BEEN NAMED CANADA’S BEST CITY FOR BUSINESS

BY THE GLOBE & MAIL’S REPORT ON BUSINESS MAGAZINE

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progr ams

applied management BACH E LOR OF APPLI ED MANAGE M E NT (BAM)

BACH E LOR OF APPLI ED MANAGE M E NT I N ACCOU NTI NG

This program is designed for anyone who has a two-year diploma

(BAMAC)

from a recognized community college (domestic or international)

This two-year program is designed for anyone who has completed a

and is ready to enhance it with general business studies. Students

two-year accounting program at an approved partner college. You’ll

with a variety of college experiences – from pastry arts to computer

concentrate on accounting and financial studies, and be qualified to

animation – can earn a BAM degree in two years.

pursue professional accounting designations.

BACH E LOR OF APPLI ED MANAGE M E NT I N E LECTRON IC

BACH E LOR OF APPLI ED MANAGE M E NT I N HOSPITALITY AN D

COMM E RCE (BAM EC)

TOU RISM (BAM HT)

This two-year program is designed for anyone who has completed a

This two-year program is designed for anyone who has completed a

two-year business diploma program at an approved partner college.

two-year diploma in hospitality and tourism at an approved partner

You’ll learn about the application and evolution of Wi-Fi networks,

college. You’ll learn about accounting, marketing and finance,

e-learning in corporate settings, e-health networks and other virtual

sustainable tourism, events management, resort planning and

learning environments.

heritage management. You can also gain valuable work experience by participating in our co-op program.

Learn more: our BAM viewbook is available at www.unb.ca/saintjohn/business/programs/bam

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a rts

HONOU RS AN D MA JO R

M I NO R PROG RAMS

PROG RAMS

Business

Economics

Cognitive Neuroscience

BACH E LOR OF ARTS (BA)

English

Comparative Literature

The Faculty of Arts is the largest faculty at UNB Saint John. Our

French

Computer Science

History

Criminal Justice

Information and

Gender Studies

BA program is designed to encourage you to think critically and creatively about the problems we face both here in New Brunswick and around the world. In classroom discussions you’ll consider our

Communication Studies

Health Sciences

International Studies

Information Technology

relationships and attitudes toward people, power, self-expression,

Philosophy

Linguistics

technology, past events and our sense of place.

Politics Psychology

Psychosocial Dimensions

of Sport

Our four departments – Social Sciences, Psychology, History and

Sociology

Politics, and Humanities and Languages – cover a wide spectrum.

Sport and Exercise Psychology

With a depth of knowledge and skills in research, analytical thinking

Biology

Economics

and verbal and written communications, your Arts degree will give

Mathematics

Financial Markets

Statistics

Gender Studies

you a strong start for wherever your career takes you.

CE RTI F IC ATE PROG RAMS

General Studies Teaching English as a Second

Language Mathematics for Education Proficiency in French

Learn more: our ARTS AND EDUCATION viewbook is available at www.unb.ca/saintjohn/arts

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business

BBA AR EA S OF STU DY Accounting Economics

BACH E LOR OF BUSI N E SS ADM I N ISTRATION (BBA)

Electronic Commerce

Whether it’s succession plans for established firms or start-up strategies for emerging entrepreneurs, with

Finance French Communication & Culture

our BBA program, you’ll learn the intricacies of business management including marketing, accounting

Human Resource Management

and human resources. You’ll start with a foundation in all major areas of study, and then you’ll choose a

Marketing

specialty such as economics, electronic commerce or marketing.

Tourism Management CE RTI F IC ATE PROG RAMS

MAKE IT A CO-OP DEGR E E

CE RTI F ICATE PROGRAMS

Our BBA co-op program gives you the opportunity

Our BBA certificate programs provide the

to develop business and networking skills while

opportunity for specialized part-time learning in

Business Administration II

you gain valuable real world knowledge – all

accounting, business administration, community

Community Leadership

through paid work experience. To be eligible, you

leadership, electronic commerce and human

Electronic Commerce

must maintain a B- average in your first year.

resource management. Credits can be transferred to the BBA.

Accounting Business Administration I

Human Resources STU DY TOWAR D ACCR E DITATION Canadian Operations Research

Diploma Certified General Accountant Certified Human Resources

Learn more: our BUSINESS viewbook is available at www.unb.ca/saintjohn/business

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Professional Certified Management Accountant Chartered Accountant


computer science

BScCS AR EA S OF STU DY Networking Software Engineering

BACH E LOR OF SCI E NCE I N COMPUTE R SCI E NCE (BScCS) It’s a fact that there are more computer science jobs available in North America today than there are educated people to fill them. That means UNB Saint John computer science graduates can expect a healthy and diversified job market.

CE RTI F IC ATE S AR E ALSO OF F E R E D I N Computing Data Analysis

Our four-year BScCS program will teach you the fundamentals. You’ll learn how to design and operate a computer system and understand programming languages, computer hardware, data structures and algorithms, business information systems and innovative software tools. You’ll also develop network and interface design skills. You may either complete a regular BScCS, or choose a specialization. UNB Saint John’s BScCS degree, and all its associated specializations and honours, are fully accredited by the Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS). Courses counted toward certificates can be pursued independently of – or concurrently with – a bachelor degree.

Learn more: our COMPUTER SCIENCE viewbook is available at www.unb.ca/saintjohn/sase/undergrad/computerscience

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educ ation CONCU RR E NT BACH E LOR OF EDUCATION (BA/BEd) If you love to learn, our concurrent Bachelor of Education program will help turn your passion into a career in the classroom. Our concurrent BA/BEd degree focuses on elementary school teacher training for kindergarten through grade 5, and includes courses in human development, teaching techniques and education theories. To qualify, you must complete your first year of studies in the BA program, and submit your application by January 31st of your first year. MATH E MATICS FOR EDUCATION

TEACH I NG E NGLISH AS A SECON D

(CE RTI F ICATE)

LANGUAGE (CE RTI F ICATE)

Become a mathematics specialist or expand your

Gain the knowledge and skills necessary to

mathematics knowledge with this certificate

become effective teachers of English as a Second

designed for current and future teachers. It

Language (ESL) abroad or at home. You must

requires the completion of 10 term courses in

have completed a minimum of 30 credit hours of

Mathematics, including the Education course,

university courses and maintained a minimum GPA

Teaching Elementary School Mathematics.

of 2.7 (B-) for this 15 credit-hour program.

Learn more: our ARTS AND EDUCATION viewbook is available at www.unb.ca/saintjohn/arts/depts/socialsciences/education

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engineering

BScE AR EA S OF STU DY Civil Engineering Chemical Engineering

BACH E LOR OF SCI E NCE I N E NGI N E E RI NG (BScE)

Computer Engineering

UNB is home to Canada’s first engineering program, representing more than 155 years of teaching

Electrical Engineering Geodesy & Geomatics

excellence.

You can get your BScE off to a great start in Saint John, enjoying the benefit of small classes for the first and second years of your program. You’ll transfer to our Fredericton campus to complete the third and fourth years of your degree.

Engineering Geological Engineering Mechanical Engineering Software Engineering

UNB Saint John offers first-year students an overview of engineering knowledge and skills, including engineering science, mathematics, computer science and design synthesis. You’ll round out your studies with courses in the humanities and social sciences. You can also take advantage of our term-based co-op program, or our project-based Professional Experience Program, adding experience and employability to your resume.

Learn more: our ENGINEERING viewbook is available at www.unb.ca/saintjohn/sase/undergrad/engineering

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Radiography

health sciences

Respiratory Therapy

BACH E LOR OF H EALTH SCI E NCE S (BHS)

Nuclear Medicine

Our BHS program gives you the opportunity to provide highly specialized medical care directly to patients

STU DY COU RS E S I N

at all stages of life. We’ll prepare you for the fast-paced and multi-faceted world of health care in Canada

BHS AR EA S OF STU DY Radiation Therapy

Communications

with a blend of classroom theory and on-site practical training in partnership with the New Brunswick

Ethics

Community College’s Saint John Campus, The Moncton Hospital and the Saint John Regional Hospital – the

Math

province’s largest health care facility, located adjacent to our campus.

Psychology Statistics

The BHS typically involves four to five years of study. You’ll spend approximately two years with the

OU R COMMU N ITY PARTN E RS

partner institution studying specific themes and developing skills related to the specialty. An additional

I NCLU DE

two years (including the foundation BSc year) are spent at UNB Saint John, learning critical thinking in the

New Brunswick Community

sciences and social sciences.

College Saint John Campus Saint John Regional Hospital The Moncton Hospital

Learn more: our HEALTH SCIENCES viewbook is available at www.unb.ca/saintjohn/sase/undergrad/healthsciences

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information sciences

B ISc AR EA S OF  STU DY Decision and Systems Science Decision and Business

Management

BACH E LOR OF I N FORMATION SCI E NCE S (B ISc) Information Sciences Analysts help governments, businesses and organizations find patterns and meaning in the information overload we experience on a daily basis. As a BISc graduate, you will learn how to establish programs to collect and analyze data, which will better equip people to function within their work environments. UNB Saint John’s interdisciplinary BISc program draws upon business administration, mathematics, computer science and economics, with a focus on methods and techniques for effective collection and analysis of data. You can choose a specialization that will allow you to concentrate on your areas of interest and application.

Learn more: our COMPUTER SCIENCE viewbook is available at www.unb.ca/saintjohn/sase/undergrad/computerscience

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Elementary schools

nur sing

Extra Mural Program

BACH E LOR OF N U RSI NG (BN)

Community Health Centres

Explore the full breadth of the nursing profession, from community nursing to emergency care, with our

CLI N IC AL PL ACE M E NTS COU LD I NCLU DE

Geriatrics Departments Cardiac Departments Neurology Departments Nursing homes Oncology Departments Palliative Care Units

BN program. Our campus is adjacent to New Brunswick’s largest health care facility, the Saint John Regional Hospital – the province’s main trauma and heart care centre and medical teaching facility. You’ll begin with introductory classes in the physical and social sciences along with courses geared toward career

Mental Health Agencies

development. In your second year you’ll focus on health specialties such as mental health, young families

Salvation Army

and the relationship between bodies and disease. Third year courses concentrate on acute care while

Surgery Departments

fourth year studies focus on community nursing.

VON Healthy Baby and Me

Our students receive valuable real-world experience during clinical care practicums at both the hospital and through local community, industry and public health programs and agencies. Application deadline is March 31 and seats are limited.

Learn more: our NURSING viewbook is available at www.unb.ca/saintjohn/sase/undergrad/nursing

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science

BSc HONOU RS AN D MA JO R PROG RAMS General Science

BACH E LOR OF SCI E NCE (BSc)

Biology

Our BSc programs provide you with a foundation in the biological, physical and mathematical sciences.

Environmental Biology

With our four-year program you can opt for a general science degree, or choose from a variety of majors, specializations and minors. In addition to labs, lectures and tutorials, you can also take advantage of off-campus field courses in biology. BSc graduates have the foundation needed to apply to a professional degree program.

Marine Biology Biology-Psychology Psychology Mathematics Mathematics-Economics

BACH E LOR OF SCI E NCE I N F I NANCIAL MATH E MATICS (BScFM)

Statistics Zoology

Our BScFM program draws upon the mathematical sciences as well as business and economics theory. You’ll apply mathematical models to investigate and/or resolve financial challenges related to interest rate modeling, investment evaluation and market fluctuations.

BSc M I NO R PROG RAMS Chemistry Cognitive Neuroscience

BACH E LOR OF SCI E NCE I N ECONOM ICS (BScEC) Our BScEC program will introduce you to the function and roles of Canadian and global economies, and the tools economists use to analyze the decisions made by individuals and businesses. Our BScEC graduates are well-qualified for jobs in economics or finance, or the pursuit of graduate studies in either field. Learn more: our SCIENCE viewbook is available at www.unb.ca/saintjohn/sase/undergrad/science

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student life CLUBS AN D SOCI ETI E S Life beyond the classroom is a big part of UNB Saint John’s campus culture. Student clubs, societies and special events cover a wide variety of activities ranging from thought-provoking readings at the nationally recognized Lorenzo Reading Series to late night jams at our studentrun campus radio station – CFMH 107.3 FM. Our student cultural groups – including the Chinese Students’ and Scholars’ Association and the Indian Students’ Association – will give you a great taste of the world beyond our campus. Our faculty clubs will introduce you to like-minded students who share your passion for subjects such as biology, education and hospitality and tourism. From orientation activities in the first week of classes through to the famous Last Class Bash, our clubs and societies will bring your university experience to life. Learn more at the UNB Saint John Students’ Representative Council website: www.unbsrc.ca TH E R E’S SOM ETH I NG FO R YOU

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African United

Hospitality and Tourism Society

Anime Society

Indian Students’ Association

Baron (Independent Student Newspaper)

Keith’s Crew

Best Buddies

Life Link

Biology Society

Lorenzo Society (Fine Arts and Culture)

CFMH 107.3 FM (Campus/Community Radio)

Mature Students’ Association

Christian Fellowship

Molson Cold Shot Club

Circle K International Society

Moose Light U

Computer Science Society

Multicultural Society

CSSA (Chinese Students’ & Scholars’ Association)

Nursing Society

Easy Life Club

Political Science Association

Education Society

Psychology Society

Falstaff Society

Students’ Representative Council

Golden Key Society

Student Volunteer Unit

Green Society

Theatre Club

Grad Class Committee

Women’s Resource Centre

History Society

WUSC (World University Service of Canada)

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SPORTS At UNB Saint John we’ve got game. From team players to individual pursuits, we’ve got a sport for you. Our co-ed Varsity Reds track and field program competes at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) level, and our varsity Seawolves men’s and women’s soccer, basketball and volleyball teams like to lead the pack in the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Our campus sports clubs and recreational leagues are open to everyone and include football, softball, hockey (ice and ball), soccer, basketball, volleyball, cricket, table tennis, beach volleyball, aikido, badminton, ultimate Frisbee® and running. Come play with us at the newly refurbished Canada Games Stadium overlooking the beautiful Kennebecasis River and the G. Forbes Elliot Athletics Centre, which features a full-size gym, fitness centre and strength training room. We offer a diverse roster and we’d like you to be a part of it. Learn more: www.unb.ca/saintjohn/athletics VARS ITY R E DS

WOLVE S’ CLU BS

Women’s Track and Field

Women’s Hockey

Aerobics & Fitness

Men’s Track and Field

Women’s Softball

Lunch & Learns

Women’s Cross Country

Women’s Soccer

Martial Arts

Men’s Cross Country

Men’s Soccer

Special Offerings

Men’s Football

Women’s Basketball

VARS ITY S EAWOLVE S

Table Tennis

Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer

I NTRAMU RALS

Women’s Basketball

Soccer

Men’s Basketball

Badminton

Women’s Volleyball

Volleyball

Men’s Volleyball

Ball Hockey Flag Football Table Tennis

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LIVI NG ON CAMPUS We think you’ll like the people in our neighbourhood. Our on-campus housing is located right in the heart of the UNB Saint John community – just a short walk to classes, sports and fitness facilities, the Hans W. Klohn Commons, the Baird Dining Room and Col. Tucker’s – our student pub. Our indoor pedway system will keep you connected – and also warm and dry – when it’s raining or snowing outside. UNB Saint John has two residences. Both buildings are equipped with high-speed Internet and cable TV connections in each room at no extra cost. The Sir James Dunn Residence offers traditional on-campus accommodations, with mainly private rooms and full meal plans. The Dr. Colin B. Mackay Residence offers private, one-person bedrooms with an ensuite kitchenette and bathroom shared between two rooms. Residences are security-locked, and have common laundry facilities, TV rooms and study lounges. Meal plans are arranged using a debit-type card. The Baird Dining Room offers meat and vegetarian entrées, fresh-to-order sandwiches, a grill, all-day breakfast and soups and salads. You can even use your meal card at the Tim Hortons on campus. Learn more: www.unb.ca/saintjohn/residence

LIVI NG AT U N B SAI NT JOH N Movie nights Pool table Christmas formal Hockey games Big screen TV Year-end dinner Themed party nights Floor potlucks Floor social events Chinese New Year potluck Air hockey tournament Student appreciation week Charity fundraisers

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S I R JAM E S DU N N R E S I DE NCE S I NG LE


S I R JAM E S DU N N R E S I DE NCE L ARG E S I NG LE

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I NTE R NATIONAL E XPE RI E NCE S Don’t wait until after graduation to see the world! UNB Saint John offers you the chance to become a global citizen through our Student Abroad Program. Pre-departure sessions and workshops help you prepare for cross-cultural living. The Student Abroad Program also provides travel awards to help with the cost of travelling and living abroad. E XCHANGE S Spend a term or two with one of our university partners abroad. They all offer courses in English and will provide free introductory classes in the national language. The courses you take will be credited towards your UNB degree and are covered through your regular UNB tuition. I NTE R NSH I PS Gain valuable work experience abroad. The UNB Saint John primary internship is a 10-week internship offered through the Washington Center, a Washington D.C.-based non-profit organization that matches students with internships in businesses, lobby organizations or agencies connected to global trade and regional integration. F I E LD COU RSE S Travel with a small group or class to study abroad for two to three weeks. Such opportunities can include a dolphin field trip to the Caribbean or intersession trips to London or Rome. Learn more: www.unb.ca/saintjohn/studentabroad OU R E XCHANG E PARTN E RS AR E LOC ATE D I N:

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Aarhus, Denmark

Hobart, Tasmania

Rome, Italy

Bangkok, Thailand

Hong Kong, China

Singapore

Bergen, Norway

Martin, Tennessee

The Hague, the Netherlands

Birmingham, UK

Ă–rebro, Sweden

Townsville, Australia

Cologne, Germany

Poitiers, France

Veracruzana, Mexico

Daegu, South Korea

Puebla, Mexico

Washington, USA

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SUPPORTI NG YOU At UNB Saint John, we’re all in this together. You’ll find our faculty and staff are dedicated to helping you achieve your potential, and our small campus is stocked with the student services of a much larger institution. Each of our campus’ buildings boasts comfortable nooks for studying, private spaces for group work, and inspirational open areas just right for putting your feet up with a good book. (Not to mention the Adirondack chairs in the quad.)

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Bookstore

Personal counselling

Campus Information Centre

Post Office

Campus ministry

Safe Walk

Computer labs

Student Employment Office

Digital camera loans

Student e-News

Disability support

Student legal aid

Financial aid advising

Study lounges

Hans W. Klohn Commons

Study skills workshops & tutoring

Health Centre

Technology Help Desk

Math Help Centre

Library

Muslim prayer room

Wireless Internet

Mobile video support

Writing Centre

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ATTEND a class in the subject of your choice. MEET students and faculty members. CHECK OUT our residence rooms. DINE with us in the Baird Dining Room. EXPLORE our campus and our city.

BOOK A CAMPUS TOUR TODAY Phone Toll Free Fax E-mail

506-648-5900 1-877-SJFORME 506-648-5987 tellmemore@unb.ca

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applying SCHOLARSH I PS

SCHOLARSH I PS FOR H IG H SCHOOL STU DE NTS If you’re a student entering UNB Saint John directly from high school, you will be considered for scholarship support based on your scholarship average. Your scholarship average is based on the admissions average (the average of the six courses required for admission) plus bonus points for enriched courses. For the list of courses that UNB uses in calculating your scholarship average, please refer to the chart on p. 39. The higher your marks, the better chance you have at getting a higher-value scholarship. To help your chances even more, complete the general scholarship application by March 1. It can be found at www.unb. ca/scholarships. Our scholarships range from $500 to $50,000. SCHOLARSH I PS FOR TRANSF E R STU DE NTS Students entering UNB Saint John after studying at another post-secondary institution are also encouraged to apply for scholarship support using the application found at www.unb.ca/scholarships. IMPORTANT DATE S To be considered for all other UNB scholarships, your general application form is due March 1. Four UNB scholarships have specific deadlines, however, and you must submit additional separate applications to be considered for them: Currie Undergraduate Scholarships – March 1 Currie Scholarships for Engineering – March 1 Harrison McCain Bursary – March 1 Primrose Scholarship – March 15

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BU DGETI NG At UNB Saint John we offer a variety of services and programs designed to help you manage the financial aspects of university life. These include: financial planning support, payment plans, loans, bursaries and scholarships. Our financial aid advisors can help you design a budget and then, if needed, provide advice on applying for financial aid or on-campus employment such as research work and job placements, to help cover your expenses. For the latest fees and information, learn more at www.unb.ca/financialservices/students/ tuitionandfees/saintjohn.html

2011-2012 TU ITION AN D F E E S FU LL-TIM E STU DY* Tuition $ 5,682.00 Students’ Representative Council Fee 135.00 Media Fees (The Baron and CFMH) 40.00 Technology Fee 50.00 Health Fee 50.00 Facilities Improvement Fee 175.00 Installment Fee 30.00 Optional Dental Insurance 112.00 Student Health Insurance 137.00 (You may opt-out if you can show proof of alternate health insurance)

PART-TIM E STU DY (PE R COU RSE)* Tuition $ 568.00 Students’ Representative Council Fee 13.00 Media Fees (The Baron and CFMH) 4.00 Technology Fee 5.00 Facilities Improvement Fee 17.50 Total fees

$607.50

Total fees

$ 6,411.00

R E SI DE NCE F E E S* (Residence fees depend on the type of room and meal plan you choose.) Traditional-style residence rooms $6,275 - $7,135 (including meal plan) Suite-style residence rooms $5,155 - $5,655 (including meal plan) In addition to tuition costs, be prepared to budget for other costs such as books, accommodation (if applicable), travel and other living expenses.

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*Subject to change.


U N B SAI NT JOH N APPLICATION PROCE SS R E SEARCH

YOU CAN: Talk to a student recruiter. Schedule a campus tour. Complete an inquiry card to receive more information on UNB Saint John and your areas of interest. Check out our website at www.unb.ca/saintjohn

APPLY

YOU CAN: Apply using our online form at www.unb.ca/application Print our online form, fill it out and mail it to the Office of the Registrar at UNB Saint John. Request a printed application form by emailing tellmemore@unb.ca

2-4 WEEKS

PLEASE NOTE: Each application must be accompanied by a non-refundable $45 processing fee. You will need to submit official copies of your high school and/or college and/or university transcripts. These items can be sent to the Office of the Registrar.

ADM IT

CONGRATULATIONS! Once you have been admitted to UNB Saint John you will receive a letter in the mail. In it you will find your UNB ID and your student number. These are very important – you will use them to activate your UNB IT services, to begin receiving emails on your UNB account, and to register for your courses.

ADVISE

YOU MUST: Contact the advisor in your program of study. To ensure you’re on the right track, they will assist you in choosing and registering for your courses. More information on the advising process is available at www.unb.ca/saintjohn/

R EGISTE R

YOU CAN: Register online at www.unb.ca/academics/registration, or in person with the help of your advisor. Typical registration dates are September, January or May of each year.

PAY  F E E S

YOU CAN: Pay your fees online or via telephone banking at your financial institution, or in person at the financial services office by: Cash Money order/bank draft Cheque

START  CLASSE S

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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Applying for admission to UNB Saint John is quick and easy. These pages outline what we look for according to the degree to which you are applying. Then simply apply (online or with a paper application available from UNB Saint John or your school counsellor), with the application fee of $45.00, and have your official transcripts sent to us. Full application instructions are included on the application. Normally, we’ll get back to you in two weeks. Admission to UNB Saint John is based on academic pre-requisites that have been identified by the faculties as the minimum background necessary to handle the curriculum. UNB Saint John reserves the right to change admission requirements. The latest updates will be posted online. NOTE S all applicants 1. Level 1, French Immersion, and advanced courses are satisfactory substitutes (where they exist). Courses taken at the Level 3 will not be accepted for admission purposes. 2. Students whose first language is French may use French instead of English in the required subjects and may choose English as an elective. new brunswick applicants Francophone system students will be evaluated based on equivalent courses. Geometry and Applications in Mathematics 111 or 112 and Functions and Relations 111 or 112 are equivalent to Math 30321 (Math 111). Trigonometry and 3-Space 121 or 122 and Advanced Mathematics with an Introduction to Calculus 120 are equivalent to Math 30411 (Math IV). Physics 122 is equivalent to Physique 51311 (Physique 12), and Chemistry 122 is equivalent to Chimie 52411 (Chimie 12). Equivalent elective courses in the Francophone system will be used for admission purposes

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BACH E LOR OF ARTS (BA)

English 30 (60%) 4 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 65%

English 12 (60%) 4 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 65%

English 40S (60%) 4 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 65%

English 122 (60%) 4 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 65%

English 3201 (60%) 4 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 65%

English 12 (60%) 4 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 65%

English 4U (60%) 4 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 65%

English 621 (60%) 4 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 65%

English 516 (60%) 4 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 65%

English A30 AND B30 (60%) 4 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 65%

English 12 (60%) 4 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 65%

Grade 11 Math (or equivalent) will be accepted as a group 1 elective.

Grade 11 Math (or equivalent) will be accepted as a group 1 elective.

Grade 11 Math (or equivalent) will be accepted as a Group 1 elective.

Grade 11 Math (or equivalent) will be accepted as a Group 1 elective.

Grade 11 Math (or equivalent) will be accepted as a Group 1 elective.

Grade 11 Math (or equivalent) will be accepted as a Group 1 elective.

Grade 11 Math (or equivalent) will be accepted as a Group 1 elective.

Grade 11 Math (or equivalent) will be accepted as a Group 1 elective.

Grade 11 Math (or equivalent) will be accepted as a Group 1 elective.

Grade 11 Math (or equivalent) will be accepted as a Group 1 elective.

Grade 11 Math (or equivalent) will be accepted as a Group 1 elective.

English 30 (60%) Pure Math 20 (60%) Pure Math 30 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 (60%) Math 11 (60%) Math 12 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 75%

English 40S (60%) Pre-Calculus Math 30S (60%) Pre-Calculus Math 40S (60%) 2 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 75%

English 122 (60%) Trigonometry and 3-Space 122 (60%) Advanced Mathematics with an Introduction to Calculus 120 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 75%

English 3201 (60%) Advanced Math 2205 OR Academic Math 2204 (60%) Advanced Math 3205 OR Academic Math 3204 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 (60%) Academic or Advanced Math 12 (60%) Pre-Calculus 12 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 75%

English 4U (60%) Math MCV4U (60%) One of Math MHF4U, MDM4U, MCF3M or MCR3U (60%) 2 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 75%

English 621 (60%) Math 521A OR Math 521B (60%) 1 of: Math 621A, Math 621B, Math 611A or Math 611B (60%) 2 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 75%

English 516 (60%) Math 436 (60%) Math 536 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 75%

English A30 AND B30 (60%) Math A30 (60%) Math B30 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 (60%) Math 11 (60%) Math 12 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 75%

BACH E LOR OF SCI E NCE I N COMPUTE R SCI E NCE (BScCS )

English 30 (60%) Pure Math 20 (65%) Pure Math 30 (65%) Physics 30 OR Chemistry 30 (65%) 1 elective, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 (60%) Math 11 (65%) Math 12 (65%) Physics 12 OR Chemistry 12 (65%) 1 elective, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 40S(60%) Pre-Calculus Math 30S (65%) Pre-Calculus Math 40S (65%) Physics 40S OR Chemistry 40S (65%) 1 elective, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 122 (60%) Trigonometry and 3 Space 122 (65%) Advanced Mathematics with an Introduction to Calculus 120 (65%) Physics 122 OR Chemistry 122 (65%) 1 elective, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 3201 (60%) Advanced Math 2205 OR Academic Math 2204 (65%) Advanced Math 3205 OR Academic Math 3204 (65%) Physics 3204 OR Chemistry 3202 (65%) 1 elective, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 (60%) Academic or Advanced Math 12 (65%) Pre-Calculus 12 (65%) Physics 12 OR Chemistry 12 (65%) 1 elective, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 4U (60%) Math MCV4U (65%) Math MHF4U (65%) Physics SPH4U OR Chemistry SCH4U (65%) 1 elective, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 621 (60%) Math 521A OR Math 521B (65%) 1 of: Math 621A, Math 621B, Math 611A or Math 611B (65%) Physics 621 OR Chemistry 621 (65%) 1 elective, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 516 (60%) Math 436 (65%) Math 536 (65%) Physics 534 OR Chemistry 534 (65%) 1 elective, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English A30 AND B30 (60%) Math A30 (65%) Math B30 (65%) Physics 30 OR Chemistry 30 (65%) 1 elective, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 (60%) Math 11 (60%) Math 12 (60%) Physics 12 OR Chemistry 12 (65%) 1 elective, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

BACH E LOR OF I N FORMATION SCI E NCE S (B ISc)

English 30 (60%) Pure Math 20 (65%) Pure Math 30 (65%) 2 electives, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 (60%) Math 11 (65%) Math 12 (65%) 2 electives, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 40S (60%) Pre-Calculus Math 30S (65%) Pre-Calculus Math 40S (65%) 2 electives, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 122 (60%) Trigonometry & 3 - Space (65%) Advanced Mathematics with an Introduction to Calculus (65%) 2 electives, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 3201 (60%) Advanced Math 2205 OR Academic Math 2204 (65%) Advanced Math 3205 OR Academic Math 3204 (65%) 2 electives, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 (60%) Advanced or Academic Math 12 (65%) Pre-Calculus Math 12 (65%) 2 electives, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 4U (60%) Math MCV4U (65%) Math MHF4U (65%) 2 electives, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 621 (60%) Math 521A OR Math 521B (65%) 1 of: Math 621A or Math 621B, Math 611A or Math 611B (65%) 2 electives, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group, 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 516 (60%) Math 436 (65%) Math 536 (65%) 2 electives, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English A30 AND B30 (60%) Math A30 (65%) Math B30 (65%) 2 electives, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 (60%) Math 11 (65%) Math 12 (65%) 2 electives, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

BACH E LOR OF N U RSI NG (BN)

English 30 (60%) Math 20 (60%) Chemistry 30 (60%) Biology 30 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 Minimum admission average 70%

English 12 (60%) Math 11 (60%) Chemistry 12 (60%) Biology 12 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 Minimum admission average 70%

English 40S (60%) Pre-Calculus Math 30S (60%) Chemistry 40S (60%) Biology 40S (60%) 2 electives, group 1 Minimum admission average 70%

English 122 (60%) Functions and Relations 112 (60%) Chemistry 122 (60%) Biology 120 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 Minimum admission average 70%

English 3201 (60%) Advanced Math 2205 OR Academic Math 2204 (60%) Chemistry 3202 (60%) Biology 3201 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 Minimum admission average 70%

English 12 (60%) Academic or Advanced Math 11 (60%) Chemistry 12 (60%) Biology 12 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 Minimum admission average 70%

English 4U (60%) Math MCF3M OR Math MCR3U (60%) Chemistry SCH4U (60%) Biology SBI4U (60%) 2 electives, group 1 Minimum admission average 70%

English 621 (60%) Math 521A OR Math 521B (60%) Chemistry 621 (60%) Biology 621 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 Minimum admission average 70%

English 516 (60%) Math 436 (60%) Chemistry 534 (60%) Biology 534 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 Minimum admission average 70%

English A30 AND B30 (60%) Math 20 (60%) Chemistry 30 (60%) Biology 30 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 Minimum admission average 70%

English 12 (60%) Math 11 (60%) Chemistry 12 (60%) Biology 12 (60%) 2 electives, group 1 Minimum admission average 70%

BACH E LOR OF SCI E NCE (BSc)

English 30 Pure Math 20 Pure Math 30 Chemistry 30 1 of: Biology 30, Physics 30, Geology 30 or a grade 12 provincially approved science 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 Math 11 Math 12 Chemistry 12 1 of: Biology 12, Physics 12, Geology 12 or a grade 12 provincially approved science 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

English 40S Pre-Calculus Math 30S Pre-Calculus Math 40S Chemistry 40S 1 of: Biology 40S, Physics 40S, Geology 40S or a grade 12 provincially approved science 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

English 3201 Advanced Math 2205 OR Academic Math 2204 Advanced Math 3205 OR Academic Math 3204 Chemistry 3202 1 of: Biology 3201, Physics 3204 or a grade 12 provincially approved science 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 Academic or Advanced Math 12 Pre-Calculus 12 Chemistry 12 1 of: Biology 12, Physics 12, Geology 12 or a grade 12 provincially approved science 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

English 4U Math MCV4U Math MHF4U Chemistry SCH4U 1 of: Biology SBH4U, Physics SPH4U or a grade 12 provincially approved science 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

English A30 AND B30 Math A30 Math B30 Chemistry 30 1 of: Biology 30, Physics 30, Geology 30 or a grade 12 provincially approved science 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 Math 11 Math 12 Chemistry 12 1 of: Biology 12, Physics 12, Geology 12 or a grade 12 territorially approved science 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

The average of the marks in Senior Math, Chemistry and the best other science course must be at least 75%.

The average of the marks in Senior Math, Chemistry and the best other science course must be at least 75%.

English 621 Math 521A OR Math 521B 1 of: Math 621A, Math 621B, Math 611A or Math 611B Chemistry 621 1 of: Biology 621, Physics 621, Geology 621 or a grade 12 provincially approved science 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

English 516 Math 436 Math 536 Chemistry 534 1 of: Biology 534, Physics 534, Geology 534 or a grade 12 provincially approved science 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

The average of the marks in Senior Math, Chemistry and the best other science course must be at least 75%.

English 122 Trigonometry and 3-Space 122 Advanced Mathematics with an Introduction to Calculus 120 Chemistry 122 1 of: Biology 122, Physics 122, Geology 122 or a grade 12 provincially approved science 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

The average of the marks in Senior Math, Chemistry and the best other science course must be at least 75%.

The average of the marks in Senior Math, Chemistry and the best other science course must be at least 75%.

The average of the marks in Senior Math, Chemistry and the best other science course must be at least 75%.

English 30 Pure Math 20 Pure Math 30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 Math 11 Math 12 Chemistry 12 Physics 12 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

English 40S Pre-Calculus Math 30S Pre-Calculus Math 40S Chemistry 40S Physics 40S 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

English 516 Math 436 Math 536 Chemistry 534 Physics 534 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

English A30 AND B30 Math A30 Math B30 Chemistry 30 Physics 30 1 elective group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 Math 11 Math 12 Chemistry 12 Physics 12 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

Note: Prospective students with grade 12 English, grade 12 Math and any combination of TWO grade 12 sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Geology or Physics) will be considered for admission at the discretion of the Faculty, and are encouraged to apply.

Science average must be 75%, based on Grade 12 Math and the best of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics.

Science average must be 75%, based on Grade 12 Math and the best of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics.

Science average must be 75%, based on Grade 12 Math and the best of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics.

Science average must be 75%, based on Grade 12 Math and the best of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics.

Science average must be 75%, based on Grade 12 Math and the best of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics.

Science average must be 75%, based on Grade 12 Math and the best of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics.

BACH E LOR OF SCI E NCE I N E NGI N E E RI NG (BScE)

English 30 (70%) Pure Math 20 (70%) Pure Math 30 (70%) Physics 30 (70%) Chemistry 30 (70%) 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 4 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 (70%) Math 11 (70%) Math 12 (70%) Physics 12 (70%) Chemistry 12 (70%) 1 elective group 1, 2 or 4 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 40S (70%) Pre-Calculus Math 30S (70%) Pre-Calculus Math 40S (70%) Physics 40S (70%) Chemistry 40S (70%) 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 4 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 516 (70%) Math 436 (70%) Math 536 (70%) Physics 534 (70%) Chemistry 534 (70%) 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 4 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English A30 AND B30 (70%) Math A30 (70%) Math B30 (70%) Physics 30 (70%) Chemistry 30 (70%) 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 4 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 (70%) Math 11 (70%) Math 12 (70%) Physics 12 (70%) Chemistry 12 (70%) 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 4 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

BACH E LOR OF BUSI N E SS ADM I N ISTRATION (BBA) BACH E LOR OF APPLI ED MANAGE M E NT I N HOSPITALITY AN D TOU RISM (BAM HT) (3+1)

One intake annually in September.

Note: Students intending to take the Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHS) degree are required to take grade 12 academic Chemistry and Physics.

BACH E LOR OF SCI E NCE I N F I NANCIAL MATH E MATICS (BScFM) BACH E LOR OF SCI E NCE I N ECONOM ICS (BScEC)

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The average of the marks in Senior Math, Chemistry and the best other science course must be at least 75%.

English 122 Trigonometry and 3-Space 122 Advanced Mathematics with an Introduction to Calculus 120 Chemistry 122 Physics 122 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75% Science average must be 75%, based on Grade 12 Math and the best of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics.

English 122 (70%) Trigonometry and 3-Space 122 (70%) Advanced Mathematics with an Introduction to Calculus 120 (70%) Physics 122 (70%) Chemistry 122 (70%) 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 4 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

The average of the marks in Senior Math, Chemistry and the best other science course must be at least 75%.

The average of the marks in Senior Math, Chemistry and the best other science course must be at least 75%.

The average of the marks in Senior Math, Chemistry and the best other science course must be at least 75%.

English 3201 Advanced Math 2205 OR Academic Math 2204 Advanced Math 3205 OR Academic Math 3204 Chemistry 3202 Physics 3204 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 Academic or Advanced Math 12 Pre-Calculus 12 Chemistry 12 Physics 12 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

English 4U Math MCV4U Math MHF4U Chemistry SCH4U Physics SPH4U 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75%

Science average must be 75%, based on Grade 12 Math and the best of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics.

Science average must be 75%, based on Grade 12 Math and the best of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics.

Science average must be 75%, based on Grade 12 Math and the best of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics.

English 3201 (70%) Advanced Math 2205 OR Academic Math 2204 (70%) Advanced Math 3205 OR Academic Math 3204 (70%) Physics 3204 (70%) Chemistry 3202 (70%) 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 4 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 12 (70%) Academic or Advanced Math 12 (70%) Pre-C­­­­alculus 12 (70%) Physics 12 (70%) Chemistry 12 (70%) 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 4 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 4U (70%) Math MCV4U (70%) Math MHF4U (70%) Physics SPH4U (70%) Chemistry SCH4U (70%) 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 4 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

The average of the marks in Senior Math, Chemistry and the best other science course must be at least 75%.

English 621 Math 521A OR Math 521B 1 of: Math 621A, Math 621B, Math 611A or Math 611B Chemistry 621 Physics 621 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission average 75% Science average must be 75%, based on Grade 12 Math and the best of Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics.

English 621 (70%) Math 521A OR Math 521B (70%) 1 of: Math 621A, Math 621B, Math 611A or Math 611B (70%) Physics 621 (70%) Chemistry 621 (70%) 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 4 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

E LECTIVE S Electives are other courses (besides the specifically named courses) that may be used towards your admission and scholarship average. They are grouped according to the degree to which you are applying. In the event that you have multiple elective courses we consider acceptable and appropriate for the degree you are applying to, UNB Saint John will choose the elective courses with the highest grades to consider towards the admission and scholarship average. GROUP 1

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Advanced Mathematics with an Introduction to Calculus 12 African Canadian Studies 11 Atlantic Literature 12 Aulajaaqtut 12 Biology 12 Botany 621X Calculus 12 Canadian Literature 12 Chemistry 12 Classical Civilization LVV4U Computer Education 11 or 12 Conservation 521 Co-op 12 Earth and Space Science SES4U Economics 12 Environmental Studies 11 or 12 Exercise Science PSE4U FILA 120 French 12 Geography 11 Geography 12 Geology 12 Geometry 12 History 11 History 12 Inuktitut 12 Journalism 12 Latin 12 Law 12 Oceans 11 Physics 12 Political Science 12 Psychology 12 Reading Tutor 120 Religion HRT3M Science 122 Science SNC4M Sociology 12 Spanish 12 Statistics 12 Trigonometry and 3 Space 12 World Issues 12 Writing 110

Accounting (Computerized) 12 Business Org. and Mgt. 12 Gaelic Studies 11 Intro to Accounting 12 Marketing 120 Native Studies 12

GROUP 3 Theatre Arts 12 Communications (Media Studies) 12 FI Techniques in Communications 12 Art 11 Art 12 Fine Arts 11 Jazz Improvisation 11 Music 11 or 12

GROUP 4 CAD 11 CAM 11 Intro to Electronics 11 Film and Video Production 12 Micro Electronics 12

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English 3201 – (60%) 12 (60%) 4U (60%)Management in English 621 (60%) BachelorEnglish of Applied courses typically these courseEnglish outlines may be 4 electives, group 1 4 electives, group 1 4 electives, group 1 4 electives, group 1 Accounting (BAMAC) obtained through Registrar or2 or 3 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 the Office of the 1 elective, group 1, 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 1 elective, group 1, 2 o Minimum admission average 65% Minimum Students admission average 65% admission average 65%completed Minimum StudentsMinimum must have successfully the admission a the Faculty at the previous institution.

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English 40S (60%) English 122 (60%) Pre-Calculus Math 30Sadmission (60%) Trigonometry and 3-Space 122 (60%) The average is the average of the Pre-Calculus Math 40S (60%) Advanced Mathematics with an courses required for admission. For those 2 electives, group 1 Introduction to Calculus 120 (60%) 1 elective, groupstudents 1, 2 or 3 who have required 2 electives,courses group 1 that are Minimum admission average 75% 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 being taken in the second semester high75% Minimum admissionof average

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the pre-requisite course (usually grade 11) will be English 40S(60%) English 122 (60%) Pre-Calculus Math 30S (65%) Trigonometry and 3 Space 122 (65%) applied to make a grade estimate for the specific Pre-Calculus Math 40S (65%) Advanced Mathematics with an admission course. Physics 40S OR Introduction to Calculus 120 (65%) Chemistry 40S (65%) Physics 122 OR Chemistry 122 (65%) 1 elective, groupAre 1 (60%) 1 elective, You in Grade 10 or 11? group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) If you’re thinking of coming UNB Saint John75% Minimum admission average 75% Minimumtoadmission average later than 2012, these pages will serve as a

Grade 11 Math (or equiv with accepted as a Group 1 e the Accounting Option at the New Brunswick transfer program (BAM, BAMAC, BAMEC, BAMHT) English 621 (60%) English 4U (60%) Englishsupply 12 (60%)official English 3201 (60%) Community College (NBCC), or an equivalent are waived from this step, but must Math 521A OR Math 5 Math MCV4U (60%) Advanced Math 2205 OR Academic Math Academic or Advanced Math 12 (60%) program,One with an average of 70%. transcripts. of Math MHF4U, MDM4U, Pre-Calculus 12 (60%) 2204 (60%) 1 of: Math 621A, Math

MCF3M or MCR3U (60%) Advanced Math 3205 OR Academic Math 2 electives, group 1 611A or Math 611B (60 groupManagement 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 3204 (60%) student deadlines 2 electives, group 1 Bachelor2 electives, of Applied in Electronic Transfer 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 Minimum admission average 75% 2 electives, group 1 1 elective, group 1, 2 o Commerce (BAMEC) Transfer students Minimum admission average 75% 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 3 are encouraged to apply Minimum admission a Minimum admission average 75% Students must have successfully completed the through the Office of the Registrar for transfer

two-yearEnglish Business Technology program with credit3201 assessment by the following dates to English 621 (60%) 4U (60%) English 12 (60%) English (60%) Math 521A OR Math 5 Math MCV4U (65%)at the New Brunswick Academic or AdvancedinMath 12 (65%) Advanced Mathtransfer 2205 OR Academic Math results 2204 (65%) can the E-business Option ensure credit be completed Math MHF4U (65%) Advanced Math 3205 OR Academic Math 3204 (65%) Pre-Calculus 12 (65%) 1 of: Math 621A, Math Community College (NBCC), or an equivalent a timely manner. Physics SPH4U OR Chemistry 611A or Math 611B (65 Physics 3204 OR Chemistry 3202 (65%) Physics 12 OR Chemistry 12 (65%) 1 elective, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 (60%) Physics 621 OR Chemi program,SCH4U with(65%) an average of 70%. 1 elective, group 1 (60%) 1 elective, group 1for or 2September (60%) 1 elective, group 1 (60 Application start:1 elective, July 15group 1 or 2 (60%) 1 elective, group 1 or 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75% Minimum admission average 75% 1 elective, group 1 or 2 BachelorMinimum of Applied Management Application for January start: November 15 admission average 75% in Hospitality Minimum admission a Application for May start: March 15

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macro-economics credits.

English 40S (60%) English 122 (60%) Pre-Calculus Math 30S (65%)as you choose Trigonometry & 3 - Space guideline your courses in (65%) high Pre-Calculus Math 40S (65%) Mathematics with an school in preparationAdvanced for entrance to UNB Saint 2 electives - Group 1 (60%) Introduction to Calculus (65%) 1 elective - Group 1 or 2 (60%) 2 electives from Group 1 (60%) John. Minimum admission average 75% 1 elective from Group 1 or Group 2 (60%) Minimum admission average 75%

English 621 (60%) English 4U (60%) English 3201 (60%) English 12 (60%) MCV4U (65%) StudentsMath must have successfully completed Advanced Math 2205 OR Academic Math 2204 (65%) Advanced or Academic Math 12 (65%) Matha521A OR Math 52 MHF4U (65%) Advanced Math 3205students OR Academic Math 3204 Math 621A or Mat visiting (65%) Pre-Calculus Math 12 (65%) two-yearMath Hospitality and Tourism program1orof: with 2 electives - Group 1 (60%) 2 electives from Group 1 (60%) 2 electives - Group 1 (60%) Math 611B (65%) Would- Group you like attend UNB Saint John forGroup a year 1 elective - Group college, 1 or 2 (60%) 1 elective from 1 or 2 (60%) 1 elective 1 or 2to(60%) 2 Electives a recognized partner with an average of - Group 1 (6 admission average 75% Minimum admission Minimum admission average 75%home institution? 1 elective - Group, 1 or and then return to your You average 75%70% andMinimum the equivalent of micro-economics and admission a Minimum

Advanced PlacementEnglish (AP) 122 (60%) English 40S (60%) Pre-Calculus Math 30S (60%)following the Functions and Relations 112 (60%) Students Advanced Placement Chemistry 40S (60%) Chemistry 122 (60%) program may have their courses evaluated for Biology 40S (60%) Biology 120 (60%) 2 electives, group electives, group 1 10 courses) up1 to 30 credit hours2(approximately Minimum admission average 70% Minimum admission average 70%

John3201 with(60%) a letter of permissionEnglish from the Registrar English 621 (60%) English 4U (60%) 12 (60%) English Math 521A OR Math 52 MCF3M OR Math MCR3U (60%) Academic or Advanced Advanced 2205institution. OR Academic Also Math check BachelorMath of Health Sciences (BHS) at yourMath home with your Math 11 (60%) Chemistry SCH4U (60%) Chemistry 12 (60%) 2204 (60%) Chemistry 621 (60%) Applications the(60%) Bachelor of Health Sciences advisor3202 at your to ensure the Biologyfor SBI4U 12 (60%) Chemistry (60%) home institutionBiology Biology 621 (60%) 2 electives, group 2 electives, group Biology 3201 at (60%) 2 electives, group 1 are not considered for1those students applying courses UNB Saint John are transferable to1your Minimum admission average 70% Minimum admission average 70% 2 electives, group 1 Minimum admission a directly from high school. Applicants to the BHS degreeadmission program at your Minimum average 70%home institution.

English 40S English 122 Pre-Calculus Math 30S Trigonometry and 3-Space 122 International Baccalaureate (IB) Pre-Calculus Math 40S Advanced Mathematics with an Chemistry 40S Students following the Introduction to Calculus 120 International 1 of: Biology 40S, Physics 40S, Geology Chemistry 122 Baccalaureate program the Higher Level 40S or a grade 12 1 of:at Biology 122, Physics 122,may provincially approved Geology 122for or aup grade 12 credit havescience their courses evaluated to 30 1 elective, group 1 or 2 provincially approved science hours (approximately 10 courses) Minimum admission average 75% 1 elective, group 1of or transfer 2 Minimum admission average credits. UNB Saint John will consider grades75% of 5,

English 3201learners English 12 English 4U English 621 adult program UNBOR Math 52 Math MCV4U from one of the approved Math 521A Advanced Math 2205 OR Academic Math 2204 Academic or Advanced Math 12 a diploma If youMath have Math MHF4U institutions. Students 1must Advanced 3205attended OR Academicany Math post-secondary 3204 Pre-Calculus 12 of: Math 621A, Math Saint John partner Chemistry 12 Chemistry SCH4U Chemistry 3202 611A or Math 611B institution, we’ll consider you as a transfer meet the1 of: admission requirements oforthe and621 1 of: Biology 12, Physics 12, Biology SBH4U, Physics SPH4U a BSc, 1 of: Biology 3201, Physics 3204 or a Chemistry student. If not,approved we’ll look for theGeology basic 12 admission or a grade 12 grade provincially science grade 12 provincially science of: Biology 621, Phys complete the12first year ofapproved specific general1 science provincially approved elective, group 1 or 2 1 elective, group 1 oras 2 listed per degree. Geology 621 or a grade requirements You may alsoscience courses,1 before applyingaverage to the75% professional 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Minimum admission Minimum admission average 75% provincially approved be considered for admission if you haveadmission not been Minimum average 75% 1 elective, group 1 or 2 programs BHS degree program. The average of the marks in Senior Theoffered average ofin thethe marks in Senior Minimum admission a enrolled in an educational program for five years

extra credit for high school students

of transfer credits. UNB Saint John will consider grades of 3, 4 and 5 on acceptable courses.

The average of the marks in Senior Math, Chemistry and the6best other science course The average of the marks in Senior and 7 on acceptable courses. must be at least 75%. Math, Chemistry and the best other science course must be at least 75%.

Application Deadlines

English 40S English 122 The general application date for admission into Pre-Calculus Math 30S Trigonometry and 3-Space 122 our university for a September start is March Pre-Calculus Math 40S Advanced Mathematics with an 31. Chemistry 40S Introduction to Calculus 120 Physics 40S Chemistry 122 students 1 elective, grouptransfer 1 or 2 Physics 122 Minimum admission average 1 elective, group 1 or 2 If you have75% enrolled in any post-secondary Minimum admission average 75% Science average must be 75%, based institution other than UNB, we will also on Grade 12 Math and the best of average must be 75%, based copiesScience transcripts Grade 12 Biology,require Chemistry, official Geology and onof Grade 12 Math andfrom the best of Physics. Grade 12 Biology, admission Chemistry, Geology those institutions. The minimum and Physics.

requirements are still applicable for basic

admission. If you have received credit from any English 40S (70%) English 122 (70%) Pre-Calculus Math 30S (70%) Trigonometry 3-Space 122 (70%) post-secondary institutions, youandmay be granted Pre-Calculus Math 40S (70%) Advanced Mathematics with an credit dependent on Introduction the degreeto to which Physics 40S (70%) Calculus 120you (70%) Chemistry 40S (70%) Physics 122 (70%) are applying, at the discretion of the Office of 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 4 (60%) Chemistry 122 (70%) the average Registrar To request transfer Minimum admission 75%and the1Faculty. elective, group 1, 2 or 4 (60%) Minimum admission average credits, you must supply course outlines for75% all

must have a diploma or have been accepted into

Math, Chemistry and the best other science course must reached be at least 75%. and/or have the

The average of the marks in Senior

Math, Chemistry and the best other

course must be at least 75%. Chemistry and The average of the mark of Education (BEd) age ofMath, 21. Contact thethe best otherBachelorscience science course must be at least 75%. Math, Chemistry and the Students must have a minimum of 30 credit hours Office of the Registrar for more information. course must be at least in the Bachelor of Arts degree in order to be English 3201 12 English 4U English 621 home schooled students English admission to the BEd degree. Mathfor MCV4U Advanced Math 2205 OR Academic Math 2204 Academic or Advanced Math 12 considered Math The 521A OR Math 52 You must meet the basic requirements 12 Advanced Math 3205 OR Academic Mathadmission 3204 Pre-Calculus of: Math deadlineMath for MHF4U applications is January 31 of 1the year621A, Math Chemistry 12 Chemistry SCH4U Math 611A or Math 611 Chemistry 3202 as outlined. Reference letters and a SAT score are in whichPhysics the student studies621 Physics 12 SPH4U wants to commenceChemistry Physics 3204 1 elective, 1 or 2 1 elective, group or 2 1 elective, group 1 or 2 Consult the Office Physics 621 recommended. of thegroup Registrar (i.e. January 2012 for 1September 2012 entrance). Minimum admission average 75% Minimum admission average 75% Minimum admission average 75% 1 elective, group 1 or 2 for an assessment of your course curriculum. Additional forms are required and can be Minimum obtained admission a Science average must be 75%, based Science average must be 75%, based Science average must be 75%, based Department of the Education at UNBScience Saintaverage must b on Grade 12 Math and the best of on Grade 12 Math and the best of from theon Grade 12 Math and best of degrees post-secondary Grade 12 Biology,with Chemistry, Geology Grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology Grade 12are Biology, Chemistry, Geology Grade 12 Math and th John. Spaces limited in this program. on and Physics. and Physics. and Physics. Grade 12 Biology, Chemi pre-requisits and Physics. Bachelor of Applied Management (BAM) Students must have successfully completed English 12 (70%) a English 621 (70%) English 3201 (70%) English 4U (70%) or Advanced Advanced Math 2205 OR Academic Math Academic Math MCV4U (70%) Math 521A OR Math 52 two-year diploma from a recognized college, withMath 12 (70%) 2204 (70%) Math MHF4U (70%) Pre-C­­­­alculus 12 (70%) 1 of: Math 621A, Math an average of 70%, and no grade below 65% Advanced Math 3205 OR Academic Math Physics SPH4U (70%) 611A or Math 611B (70 Physics 12 (70%) 3204 (70%) Chemistry SCH4U (70%) Chemistry 12 (70%) Physics 621 (70%) in specific courses identified by the Faculty of Physics 3204 (70%) 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 4 (60%) 1 elective, group 1, 2 or 4 (60%) Chemistry 621 (70%) Business UNB Saint John. Minimum admission average 75% Chemistry 3202at(70%) Minimum admission average 75% 1 elective, group 1, 2 o

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