New Brunswick Requirements

New Brunswick Admission Requirements


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Degree/Program

New Brunswick High School

Additional Information

All Programs

High school diploma with six academic courses at the 120, 121 or 122 level  

Arts, Fine Arts, Social Work, Kinesiology - Bachelor of Health Studies only

  • English 122
  • One approved grade 12 math or science course (List A)
  • One approved grade 12 language, social science or fine arts course (List B)
  • Three additional approved grade 12 courses (List A or B)

Fine Arts Supplementary Information:

  • BFA/CFA in Visual Arts and CFA in Indian Arts: Portfolio required. Deadline to submit the portfolio: Fall - April 1; Winter - December 1
  • Bachelor of Music: Interview, music theory placement test and audition required
  • Bachelor of Music Education: Music theory test, audition and BMusEd Teacher Education Admission Profile required

Social Work: All applicants are considered for admission to the Social Work Qualifying Year

Business Administration

  • English 122
  • Advanced Math Intro to Calculus 120
  • One approved grade 12 language, social science or fine arts course (List B)
  • Two additional approved grade 12 courses (List A or B)
 

85% or higher admission average: Admitted directly through the Excellence Program

65% - 84.99% admission average: Admitted as qualifying students

*Trigonometry & 3-Space 120 recommended

Education

  • English 122
  • One approved grade 12 math or science (List E)
  • One approved grade 12 language, social science or fine arts course (List E)
  • Three additional approved grade 12 courses (List E)
Teacher Education Admission Profile required


Elementary Education or Secondary Business Education: Grade 12 math required

Secondary Education programs with a major or minor in Chemistry, Mathematics, or Physics: Advanced Math Intro to Calculus 120 and Trigonometry & 3-Space 120 required

Engineering

  • English 122
  • Advanced Math Intro to Calculus 120
  • Trigonometry & 3-Space 120
  • Chemistry 122
  • Physics 122
  • One additional approved grade 12 course

A minimum admission average of 70%-79.99% is required for admission to the general major.  80% or higher are admitted directly to their major of choice.

Calculus is recommended

Journalism

Two years Pre-Journalism in Faculty of Arts  

Kinesiology & Health Studies

Bachelor of Kinesiology

Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Studies

  • English 122
  • Advanced Math Intro to Calculus 120
  • Trigonometry and 3-Space 120
  • One grade 12 Science from Biology, Chemistry or Physics
  • Two other approved grade 12 courses (List D)
 
Nursing
  • English 122
  • Advanced Math Intro to Calculus 120
  • Biology 122 or 121
  • Chemistry 122 or 121
A minimum of 70% is required in each prerequisite course

Science

  • English 122
  • Advanced Math Intro to Calculus 120
  • One other senior level math course (Trigonometry & 3-Space 120 recommended)
  • One grade 121 or 122 science from Biology, Chemistry or Physics
  • Two other approved grade 12 courses
 

 

List A: Algebra

Computer Science

  Biology

Geography

  Calculus

Geo-Trig

  Chemistry

Physics

List B: Art Latin
  Christian Ethics Law
  Cree Music
  Drama Native Studies
  Economics Psychology
  French Social Studies
  Geography Ukrainian
  German Visual Art
  History  

 

List C: Algebra Drama Law
  Art Economics Music*
  Band* French Native Studies
  Biology Geography Physics
  Calculus Geology Psychology
  Chemistry Geo-Trig Social Studies
  Choral* German Ukrainian
  Christian Ethics History Visual Art
  Cree Latin  
  Dance    

*Only one credit from Music, Band and Choral

List D: Algebra French Physical Education
  Biology Geography Physics
  Calculus Geo-Trig Psychology
  Chemistry History Social Studies
  Computer Science Law  
  Economics Native Studies  

 

List E: Algebra Computer Science Geo-Trig Physics
  Art Cree German Psychology
  Band* Dance History Social Studies
  Biology Drama Latin Ukrainian
  Calculus Economics Law Visual Art
  Chemistry French Music*  
  Choral* Geography Native Studies  
  Christian Ethics Geology Physical Education  

*Only one credit from Music, Band and Choral