New Brunswick

General Requirements

Grade 12 Diploma, including 6 academic courses numbered 120, 121, or 122 including required subjects.

Majors

  • Applied Human Nutrition
  • Child Studies
  • Family Studies and Human Development

Required Courses

Applied Human Nutrition

  • English 121 or 122
  • 1 academic math (Foundations of Math 120, Pre-Calculus B-120, Calculus 120)
  • Biology 121 or 122
  • Chemistry 121 or 122
  • 2 additional academic courses numbered 120, 121, or 122

Child Studies & Family Studies and Human Development

  • English 121 or 122
  • 1 academic math (Foundations of Math 120, Pre-Calculus B-120, Calculus 120)
  • 1 of Biology 121 or 122, Chemistry 121 or 122
  • 3 additional academic courses numbered 120, 121, or 122

Estimated Cut-off Ranges

Applied Human Nutrition: 80-85% 

Child Studies, Family Studies and Human Development: 76-81%

Majors

  • Anthropology*
  • Art History
  • Classical Studies
  • Creative Writing
  • Criminal Justice and Public Policy*
  • Culture and Technology Studies*
  • Economics*
  • English
  • Environmental Governance*
  • European Studies
  • Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics*
  • French Studies
  • Geography*
  • History*
  • International Development Studies*
  • Justice and Legal Studies*
  • Major to Be Determined (3-year General BA)
  • Mathematical Economics*
  • Mathematical Science
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science*
  • Psychology*
  • Sexualities, Genders and Social Change 
  • Sociology
  • Studio Art
  • Theatre Studies

Required Courses

  • English 121 or 122
  • 5 additional academic courses numbered 120, 121, or 122

Estimated Cut-off Ranges

75-80% for all majors except Criminal Justice and Public Policy and Psychology (80-85%)

Note: Co-op averages will often exceed the estimated cut-off ranges. 

Required Courses

  • English 121 or 122
  • Pre-Calculus B-120
  • 2 of Biology 121 or 122, Chemistry 121 or 122, Physics 121 or 122
  • 1 academic Arts or Social Studies course numbered 120, 121, or 122
  • 1 additional academic course numbered 120, 121, or 122

Note: Arts and social studies courses include languages and literatures, performing arts, social sciences, geography and history.

Estimated Cut-off Range

78-83%

Majors

  • Environmental Management*
  • Equine Management*
  • Food Industry Management*

Required Courses

Environmental Management, Equine Management

  • English 121 or 122
  • Biology 121 or 122
  • 4 additional academic courses numbered 120, 121, or 122

Food Industry Management

  • English 121 or 122
  • Pre-Calculus B-120
  • Biology 121 or 122
  • Chemistry 121 or 122
  • 2 additional academic courses numbered 120, 121, or 122

Estimated Cutoff Ranges

Environmental Management and Equine Management: 75-80% 

Food Industry Management: 75-80%

Note: Co-op averages will often exceed the estimated cut-off ranges. 

Majors

  • Accounting*
  • Food and Agricultural Business*
  • Management*
  • Management Economics and Finance*
  • Marketing Management*
  • Government, Economics and Management*
  • Real Estate*
  • Sport and Event Management*
  • Undeclared (first year only)

Required Courses

Accounting, Food and Agricultural Business, Management, Management Economics and Finance, Marketing Management, Real Estate, Sport and Event Management, Undeclared

  • English 121 or 122
  • Pre-Calculus B-120
  • 1 additional academic math (Foundations of Math 120, Calculus 120)
  • 3 additional academic courses numbered 120, 121, or 122

Government, Economics and Management

  • English 121 or 122
  • Pre-Calculus B-120
  • 4 additional academic courses numbered 120, 121, or 122

Estimated Cut-off Range

79-84%

Note: Co-op averages will often exceed the estimated cut-off ranges. 

Majors

  • Computer Science*
  • Software Engineering*

Required Courses

  • English 121 or 122
  • Calculus 120
  • 4 additional academic courses numbered 120, 121, or 122

Estimated Cut-off Range

84-89%

Note: Co-op averages will often exceed the estimated cut-off ranges. 

Majors

  • Biological Engineering*
  • Biomedical Engineering*
  • Computer Engineering*
  • Engineering Systems and Computing*
  • Environmental Engineering*
  • Mechanical Engineering*
  • Water Resources Engineering*
  • Undeclared (first year only)

Required Courses

  • English 121 or 122
  • Pre-Calculus B-120
  • Calculus 120
  • Chemistry 121 or 122
  • Physics 121 or 122
  • 1 additional academic course numbered 120, 121, or 122

Estimated Cut-off Range

84-89%

Note: Co-op averages will often exceed the estimated cut-off ranges. 

Required Courses

  • English 121 or 122
  • Pre-Calculus B-120
  • Biology 121 or 122
  • Chemistry 121 or 122
  • 2 additional academic courses numbered 120, 121, or 122

Estimated Cut-off Range

75-80%

Note: Co-op averages will often exceed the estimated cut-off ranges. 

Required Courses

  • English 121 or 122
  • 5 additional academic courses numbered 120, 121, or 122

Estimated Cut-off Range

Admission is determined through a combination of academic grades and the Background Information Form (BIF).

Required Courses

  • English 121 or 122
  • Pre-Calculus B-120
  • 2 of Biology 121 or 122, Chemistry 121 or 122, Physics 121 or 122
  • 1 academic Arts or Social Studies course numbered 120, 121, or 122
  • 1 additional academic course numbered 120, 121, or 122

Note: Arts and social studies courses include languages and literatures, performing arts, social sciences, geography and history.

Estimated Cut-off Range

80-85%

Majors

Biological Sciences

  • Animal Biology
  • Biochemistry*
  • Biodiversity
  • Biological Science
  • Bio-Medical Science
  • Biomedical Toxicology*
  • Environmental Biology
  • Food Science*
  • Human Kinetics
  • Marine and Freshwater Biology*
  • Microbiology*
  • Molecular Biology and Genetics*
  • Neuroscience 
  • Nutritional and Nutraceutical Sciences
  • Plant Science*
  • Wildlife Biology and Conservation*
  • Zoology

Physical Sciences

  • Biological and Pharmaceutical Chemistry*
  • Biological and Medical Physics*
  • Chemical Physics*
  • Chemistry*
  • Environmental Geomatics*
  • Mathematical Science
  • Nanoscience*
  • Physical Science
  • Physics*
  • Theoretical Physics

Required Courses

Biological Sciences

  • English 121 or 122
  • Pre-Calculus B-120
  • 2 of Biology 121 or 122, Chemistry 121 or 122, Physics 121 or 122
  • 2 additional academic courses numbered 120, 121, or 122

Physical Sciences

  • English 121 or 122
  • Calculus 120
  • 2 of Biology 121 or 122, Chemistry 121 or 122, Physics 121 or 122
  • 2 additional academic courses numbered 120, 121, or 122

Estimated Cut-off Range

78-83% for all majors except Bio-Medical Science (80-85%), and Animal Biology (84-89%).

Note: Co-op averages will often exceed the estimated cut-off ranges. 

Majors

  • Animal Science
  • Crop Science
  • Honours Agriculture
  • Horticulture

Required Courses

  • English 121 or 122
  • Pre-Calculus B-120
  • 2 of Biology 121 or 122, Chemistry 121 or 122, Physics 121 or 122
  • 2 additional academic courses numbered 120, 121, or 122

Estimated Cut-off Range

75-80%

Majors

  • Ecology*
  • Environment and Resource Management*
  • Environmental Economics and Policy*
  • Environmental Sciences*

Required Courses

  • English 121 or 122
  • Pre-Calculus B-120
  • 2 of Biology 121 or 122, Chemistry 121 or 122, Physics 121 or 122
  • 2 additional academic courses numbered 120, 121, or 122

Estimated Cutoff Ranges

75-80%

Estimated Cut-off Range

No direct admission from secondary school. Applicants must have completed a minimum of two years (10.0 credits), of a full-time undergraduate degree program. For Canadian students, please refer to this link for additional admission requirements and residency status: http://www.ovc.uoguelph.ca/recruitment/en/applyingtodvm/canadianstudents.asp  

Majors

  • Agriculture (Ridgetown)
  • Environmental Management (Ridgetown)
  • Equine Care and Management (Ridgetown)
  • Horticulture (Ridgetown)
  • Turfgrass Management (Guelph)
  • Veterinary Technology (Ridgetown)

To learn more about the Associate Diploma programs offered at our Ridgetown campus, please visit their website.

Admission is determined by a combination of your academic average and faculty evaluation of the Background Information Form (BIF). The BIF can be found at admission.uoguelph.ca/suppforms.