Institution-Specific Articulation: Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology

Diploma and Ministry Code:

  • Biotechnology Technologist (MTCU Code: 61304)
  • Chemical Engineering Technology (MTCU Code: 61303)
  • Chemical Laboratory Technology – Pharmaceutical (MTCU Code: 61302)

U of G Program:

  • Bachelor of Science (Biological Sciences majors) (OUAC Program Code: GSB)
  • Bachelor of Science (Physical Sciences majors) (OUAC Program Code: GSP)

ONCAT Pathway ID: 2406

An articulation agreement with Seneca College enables graduates with a minimum B+ (75%) average from the advanced diplomas listed above to apply to the Bachelor of Science program at the University of Guelph.

In addition to a cumulative average of 75% or higher, all applicants must have successfully completed MHF4U Advanced Functions or MCV4U Calculus and Vectors (depending on the major to which they are applying), or an approved equivalent course.

Successful applicants will receive up to 10.00 transfer credits through this articulation agreement.


Transfer Credits:

Biotechnology Technologist

  • BIOC*2580 Introduction to Biochemistry
  • CHEM*1040 General Chemistry I
  • CHEM*2700 Organic Chemistry I
  • MBG*3350 Laboratory Methods in Molecular Biology
  • MICR*2420 Introduction to Microbiology
  • Biology, Computer and Information Science, Statistics, Microbiology, and Free Electives

Students admitted via this articulation agreement will also be exempt from BIOL*1090, Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology.

Chemical Engineering Technology

  • CHEM*1040 General Chemistry I
  • CHEM*1050 General Chemistry II
  • XSEN*3040 Occupational Health and Chemistry
  • Biology, Computer and Information Science, Chemistry, Interdisciplinary Physical Science, Statistics, and Free Electives

Chemical Laboratory Technology – Pharmaceutical

  • CHEM*1040 General Chemistry I
  • BIOC*2580 Introduction to Biochemistry
  • CHEM*2700 Organic Chemistry I
  • XSEN*3030 Pharmacology and Applied Toxicology
  • XSEN*3060 Pharmaceutical Analysis - Advanced
  • XSEN*3090 Biopharmaceuticals
  • Biology, Chemistry, Computer and Information Science, Statistics, Microbiology, 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.