Credit Transfer

CREDIT RECOGNITION AND ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS

Students who have completed post-secondary studies may be eligible for admission to programs offered at the University of Sudbury.

To help students make the most of their previous educational experience, we have articulation agreements with other institutions. This expedites the credit transfer process and helps students maximize the value for their credits.

 

So, what is an articulation agreement?

Articulation agreements are formal agreements (or partnerships) between postsecondary institutions that recognize prior postsecondary study. These agreements are designed to formally recognize credits earned as well as prior learning experience in order to provide better student mobility and facilitate transfer between institutions and programs. 

The University of Sudbury has collaborated with various post-secondary institutions to help students improve their academic credentials through formal recognition of credits/programs at each institution.

Graduates from various institutions

College diploma

Institution

University of Sudbury Degree

Journalisme 

La Cité

B.A (spécialisé- 4 ans) en Études journalistiques 

Relations publiques 

La Cité

B.A (spécialisé- 4 ans) en Études journalistiques 

Production télévisuelle 

La Cité

B.A (spécialisé- 4 ans) en Études journalistiques 

Radio

La Cité

B.A (spécialisé- 4 ans) en Études journalistiques 

Early Childhood Education 

La Cité

B.A (général) Folklore et ethnologie 

Collège Boréal 

Cambrian College 

Canadore College 

Centennial College 

Conestoga College 

Techniques de travail social 

Collège Boréal
La Cité

B.A. (3 or 4 years) in Indigenous Studies 

Techniques des services policiers 

Collège Boréal
La Cité

B.A. (3 or 4 years) in Indigenous Studies 

Indigenous Wellness and Addictions Prevention 

Canadore College 

B.A. (3 or 4 years) in Indigenous Studies 

Community and Justice Services 

Canadore College 

B.A. (3 or 4 years) in Indigenous Studies 

Social Service Worker 

Canadore College 

B.A. (3 or 4 years) in Indigenous Studies 

Mental Health and Addictions Worker 

Canadore College 

B.A. (3 or 4 years) in Indigenous Studies 

Police Foundations

Canadore College 

B.A. (3 or 4 years) in Indigenous Studies 

Directrice ou Directeur de funérailles
Classe 1 avec permis d'embaumeur
OU
Directrice ou Directeur de funérailles
Classe 2 sans permis d'embaumeur

Collège Boréal 

 

B.A (général- 3 ans) ou (spécialisé- 4 ans)
en Sciences religieuses
Études sur la paix et les conflits

Collège Boréal 

B.A (général- 3 ans) ou (spécialisé- 4 ans)
en Sciences religieuses

 

It goes both ways! Graduates from the University of Sudbury can also enhance their learning by receiving advanced standing in the following college programs: 

 

Graduates from the University of Sudbury 

University of Sudbury Degree

Institution

College Diploma

Credits/completion details

H.B.A Indigenous Studies (4 year)
H.B.A Indigenous Studies (3 year)

Cambrian College 

Police Foundations
Social Service Worker
Community and Justice Services
Early Childhood Educator
Child and Youth Worker
Developmental Services Worker 

Advanced Standing. See outlines here


For more information or to apply:

See the full table in PDF format (with added details):

PDF WITH DETAILS


Please note that if you do not see your program represented in this table, we invite you to contact us to discuss potential transfer options. Transfer is considered on an individual basis to ensure the maximum value for your credits. 

Janelle Radey - jradey@usudbury.ca / 705-673-5661, ext. 305 or admissions@laurentian.ca

College transfer applicants

University transfer applicants

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