Undergraduate Admission : Admission Requirements
The standards outlined in this section are the minimum requirements for admission to the University. All students must be proficient in literacy and numeracy to be considered for admission. Individual programs may have set higher standards for entry than the minimum stated here.
NOTE: Possession of the minimum admission requirements does not guarantee admission to any faculty, program or courses at the University. In those instances where the number of qualified applicants exceeds the number that can be accommodated, the admission cutoffs will be higher than the published minimum requirements.
The Undergraduate Admission table shows the requirements for admission to Year 1 for each faculty effective September 1, 2019. These are the minimum requirements for graduates of secondary schools in British Columbia.
BC students must have successfully completed all requirements for the BC Graduation Program in which they graduated, including mandatory provincial exams.
approved English 11
approved social studies 11/12
Pre-calculus 12 with at least 67%
approved English 11
approved social studies 11/12
approved English 11
approved social studies 11/12
approved English 11
approved social studies 11/12
three approved academic 12 courses
approved English 11
approved social studies 11/12
Physics 12 or Chemistry 12
approved English 11
approved social studies 11/12
approved English 11
approved social studies 11/12
Combined Major in Music and Computer Science
approved English 11
approved social studies 11/12
approved English 11
approved social studies 11/12
approved English 11
approved social studies 11/12
approved English 11
Life Sciences 11 with at least 73%
Anatomy and Physiology 12 with at least 73%
Chemistry 12 with at least 73%
approved English 11
approved social studies 11/12
approved English 11
approved social studies 11/12
approved English 11
approved social studies 11/12
This admission category is currently available in the Faculties of Engineering, Humanities, Science, and Social Sciences.