Internal Pathway: Ridgetown Campus, University of Guelph

1. Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management in Environmental Management

Diploma:

  • Associate Diploma in Environmental Management

U of G Program:

  • Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management in Environmental Management

ONCAT Pathway ID: 5048

Graduates of the Associate Diploma in Environmental Management program who have achieved a minimum 70% cumulative average may apply to transfer into the Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management with a major in Environmental Management, and receive 5.0 transfer credits. Students lacking 4U Chemistry (SCH4U) will be required to complete CHEM*1060 (or an approved equivalent) during their first semester of degree studies. Graduates from the Associate Diploma in Environmental Management will be exempt from the normal 4U English (ENG4U) and 4U Biology (SBI4U) requirements.

Students must follow the degree requirements as outlined in the Undergraduate Calendar for graduation.

Please contact the admission counsellor listed below for instructions on accessing the internal application.

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Transfer Credits:

  • Environmental Management and Free Electives

Program Information and Graduation Requirements:

View the Undergraduate Course Calendar

Transfer credits are determined by the Admission Committee of the program to which the student is admitted and where applicable, in accordance with any existing articulation agreement or pathway.  The application of transfer credits will vary depending on the degree and specialization.  All applicants must satisfy degree graduation requirements and residency requirement as outlined in the Undergraduate Calendar.  More information about advanced standing applications can be found in the Undergraduate Calendar.

2. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Diploma:

  • Associate Diploma in Agriculture

U of G Program:

  • Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

ONCAT Pathway ID: 1429

If you are a graduate of the Associate Diploma in Agriculture program then you may be eligible to enter the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture program provided that you have achieved a minimum cumulative average of 75% or higher in the associate diploma program. Successful applicants may receive up to 7.5 transfer credits.

Students must also present proof of successful completion of Advanced Functions (MHF4U) and Chemistry (SCH4U), or approved equivalents.

Please contact the admission counsellor listed below for instructions on accessing the internal application.

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Transfer Credits:

  • AGR*1350 Animal Production Systems and Industry: Dairy and Poultry
  • AGR*2050 Agroecology
  • AGR*2320 Soils in Agroecosystems
  • AGR*2350 Animal Production Systems and Industry: Beef, Swine and Other
  • AGR*2470 Introduction to Plant Agriculture
  • BIOL*1050 Biology of Plants & Animals in Managed Ecosystems
  • FARE*1400 Economics of the Agri-Food System
  • Agriculture and Humanities Electives

Program Information and Graduation Requirements:

View the Undergraduate Course Calendar

Transfer credits are determined by the Admission Committee of the program to which the student is admitted and where applicable, in accordance with any existing articulation agreement or pathway.  The application of transfer credits will vary depending on the degree and specialization.  All applicants must satisfy degree graduation requirements and residency requirement as outlined in the Undergraduate Calendar.  More information about advanced standing applications can be found in the Undergraduate Calendar.

Don’t see your associate diploma listed? Please see our information on general college transfers.

3. Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

Diploma:

  • Associate Diploma in Horticulture

U of G Program:

  • Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

ONCAT Pathway ID: 1429

If you are a graduate of the Associate Diploma in Horticulture program then you may be eligible to enter the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture program provided that you have achieved a minimum cumulative average of 75% or higher in the associate diploma program. Successful applicants may receive up to 7.5 transfer credits.

Students must also present proof of successful completion of Advanced Functions (MHF4U) and Chemistry (SCH4U), or approved equivalents.

Please contact the admission counsellor listed below for instructions on accessing the internal application.

Contacts:

Transfer Credits:

  • AGR*2050 Agroecology
  • AGR*2320 Soils in Agroecosystems
  • AGR*2470 Introduction to Plant Agriculture
  • BOT*2100 Life Strategies in Plants
  • CROP*4240 Weed Science
  • HORT*3150 Principles and Applications of Plant Propogation
  • FARE*1400 Economics of the Agri-Food System
  • Agriculture and Humanities Electives

Program Information and Graduation Requirements:

View the Undergraduate Course Calendar

Transfer credits are determined by the Admission Committee of the program to which the student is admitted and where applicable, in accordance with any existing articulation agreement or pathway.  The application of transfer credits will vary depending on the degree and specialization.  All applicants must satisfy degree graduation requirements and residency requirement as outlined in the Undergraduate Calendar.  More information about advanced standing applications can be found in the Undergraduate Calendar.

Don’t see your associate diploma listed? Please see our information on general college transfers.

4.Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management in Equine Management

Diploma:

  • Associate Diploma in Equine Care and Management

U of G Program:

  • Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management in Equine Management

ONCAT Pathway ID: 5732

Graduates of the Associate Diploma in Equine Care and Management program who have achieved a minimum 75% cumulative average may apply to transfer into the Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management with a major in Equine Management, and will receive 7.5 transfer credits if admitted. Applicants must have completed 4U Biology (SBI4U) or an equivalent course.

Note: Effective for Fall 2023, required pre-requisite courses for Equine Management will change to 4U Biology, 4U Chemistry (SCH4U), one 4U level Math course.

Students must follow the degree requirements as outlined in the Undergraduate Calendar for graduation.

Please contact the admission counsellor listed below for instructions on accessing the internal application.

Contacts:

Transfer Credits:

  • EQN*1010 Introduction to Equine Management
  • EQN*2040 Equine Anatomy and Physiology
  • EQN*2050 Introduction to Equine Nutrition
  • EQN*2150 Equine Facility Management and Design
  • CROP*3340 Managed Grasslands
  • EQN*4500 Equine Integrated Project
  • Computer and Information Science, Equine, Human Resources and Organizational Behaviour, Marketing and Consumer Studies, and Management Electives

Program Information and Graduation Requirements:

View the Undergraduate Course Calendar

Transfer credits are determined by the Admission Committee of the program to which the student is admitted and where applicable, in accordance with any existing articulation agreement or pathway. The application of transfer credits will vary depending on the degree and specialization. All applicants must satisfy degree graduation requirements and residency requirement as outlined in the Undergraduate Calendar. More information about advanced standing applications can be found in the Undergraduate Calendar.