Future Students

Admissions Requirements

APPLICANTS FROM NEW BRUNSWICK

 

Admission requirements for Anglophone and Francophone schools listed below.

 

Anglophone Schools

 

High school applicants must meet the following minimum requirements for admission to the Bachelor of Arts program at St. Thomas University:

 

  • high school graduation (by end of August of the year in which students apply);

  • minimum average of 70% on five successfully completed Grade 12 academic courses one of which must be English 122;

  • four remaining academic electives chosen from the list below (please note that, where they exist, Level 1 courses and any of the following electives offered in a French Immersion program, are acceptable as substitutes for courses listed below).

  • AP Psychology
  • Biology 122
  • Calculus 120
  • Canadian Geography 120
  • Canadian History 122
  • Canadian Literature 120
  • Chemistry 122
  • Computer Science 120
  • Economics 120
  • French 122
  • French Immersion Lang Arts 120
  • Geology 120
  • Introduction to Environmental Science 120
  • Latin 120
  • Law 120 OR Business Organization and Management 120 OR Introduction to Accounting 120 OR World Issues 120
  • Mandarin 120
  • Media Studies 120 OR Communications 120 OR Journalism 120 OR Broadcast Journalism 120 OR FI Techniques de Communication 120 OR Women, Media and Culture 120
  • Modern History 112
  • Native Studies 120
  • Oceanography 120
  • Philosophy 120
  • Physical Geography 110
  • Physics 122
  • Political Science 120
  • Pre-Calculus 110 OR Foundations of Math 120
  • Pre-Calculus A 120
  • Pre-Calculus B 120
  • Sociology 120
  • Spanish 120
  • Stats 120
  • Theatre Arts 120 OR Art 120 OR Music 120 OR World Music 120

 

Francophone Schools

 

High school applicants from New Brunswick Francophone schools must meet the following minimum requirements for admission to the Bachelor of Arts program at St. Thomas University:

 

  • high school graduation (by end of August of the year in which they apply);

  • minimum average of 70% on five successfully completed academic courses one of which must be Français 10411 (for all applicants from Francophone school, regardless of their first language);

  • four remaining academic electives chosen from the list below.

  • are acceptable as substitutes for courses listed below).

  • Anglais 22411
  • Art dramatique (théâtre) 93411 OR Art visuel 91411 OR
  • Musique 92411
  • Astronomie 55411
  • Biologie 53411
  • Biologie 53421
  • Chimie 52411
  • Droit 86411/45411 OR Le Monde Contemporain 42411 OR Comptabilité 84411
  • Economie 44411
    Espagnol 23411
  • Espagnol 23421
  • Études des médias 11411
  • Géographie 41411
  • Français 10421
  • Histoire du Canada 42311
  • Histoire 42411
  • Intro. Sc. Informatique 87411 OR Intro. à la Programmation Informatique 02411E
  • Institutions politiques, économiques et juridiques (IPEJ) 43411
  • Math 30331C
  • Math 30411
  • Math 30421
  • Physique 51411
  • Physique 51421
  • Science de l’environnement 54411
  • Statistique 31411

 

Other grade 12 academic courses may be considered as admission electives. Please contact the Admissions Office for information regarding the approval process. Please note that fulfilling these minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to the University.