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University of Calgary Calendar 2023-2024 Cumming School of Medicine 3. Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies 3.4 Admissions (BCR)
3.4 Admissions (BCR)

Applicants should refer to A.5 in the Admissions section of this Calendar for regulations regarding University admission requirements.

Admission to the program is competitive and meeting the minimum admission requirement does not guarantee admission.

Admission from High School

Students must present five Alberta high school courses (or equivalent) including English Language Arts 30-1 (or equivalent) and Biology 30 (or equivalent).

For more detailed information, see A.5.1.1 Admission Requirements.

Post-Diploma Students

Students who have completed an approved Community College Diploma in Rehabilitation Studies or related field may apply for admission with a block transfer of credit to complete two years of study to earn a Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation.

Transfer Students

Transfer cumulative grade point average is calculated over the most recent course work to a maximum of 30 units (includes University of Calgary courses and/or transferable courses taken at other institutions). All grades within a term will be included except where the number of courses taken within a term exceeds that required to fulfill (to a maximum of) 30 units, in which case the highest grades will be used.

Students with fewer than 12 units of post-secondary courses, will have their admission based on high school standing only.

For more detailed information, see A.5.3.1 Transfer Admission Requirements.

Application Deadlines

Refer to the Admissions section of the Calendar: A.3 Deadline Dates for Undergraduate Applications for Admission and Supporting Documents.