Students admitted to IFP Pathways complete a structured two-year curriculum in place of the regular Schulich School of Engineering first-year curriculum (4.1 First Year Curriculum). IFP Pathways students take the first-year engineering curriculum courses offered by the Schulich School of Engineering and the Faculty of Science, concurrently with English language support courses offered by the IFP over a two-year period.
IFP Pathways students' language support consists of:
- 4 academic language instructional courses (International Foundations Program, IFPX)
- 10 "adjunct" language support courses (International Foundations Program Engineering, IFPE) specific to the courses in the Schulich School of Engineering first-year curriculum
For students in the IFP Pathways program, the regular Schulich School of Engineering first-year curriculum (4.1 First Year Curriculum) is replaced by the following two-year curriculum. Upon successful completion of the IFP Pathways two-year curriculum, students will be placed into an Engineering program according to the process described under 3.1 Admissions (“Admission to Engineering Program”).
Courses that span two terms can be taken in either term.
First IFP Pathways Year
Second IFP Pathways Year