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Bachelor's Degree Programs
Through partnerships with other post-secondary institutions, Portage College offers various bachelor’s degree programs. The following degrees are offered through blended delivery, a combination of face-to-face and online learning; Apply to Portage to get started, see admission requirements below.
International students, students in other parts of the provinces or Canada, and those seeking other degree programming are encouraged to speak to an academic advisor. Please refer to our University Transfer page for all university course listings.

Career Potential

Graduates of Bachelor's programs are able to further their studies in Master's or PhD programming.

Admission Requirements

High School Matriculation: A minimum average of 60% and no mark lower than 50% in the following courses:

 1). English Language Arts 30-1
 2). Four other 30 Level courses (5 credits each) from the following list:

  • Humanities: Social Studies 30-1, a 30-Level language other than English, Aboriginal Studies 30 (5 credits minimum)
  • Fine Arts: Art 30, Art 31, Dance 35, Drama 30, Music 30 (10 credits maximum)
  • Sciences: Biology 30, Chemistry 30, Science 30, Mathematics 30-1, Mathematics 30-2*, Mathematics 31 (courses may be pre-requisites for particular junior level science or mathematics university courses) *dependent on the program this course may not be accepted by other institutions as entrance requirements or pre-requisites
  • Electives: Physical Education 30, World Geography 30, Advanced CTS subjects (5 credits maximum)

Mature Student: 19 years of age or older, out of high school for at least one full year, and a minimum average of 60% with at least 50% in English Language Arts 30-1 or English 30  and one other five credit Grade 12 course.

Open Studies Admission: Successful completion of nine credits.

Advisor Assisted Admission: Students who do not meet other admission requirements are encouraged to discuss options for admission into the University Transfer program with a Portage College advisor.

Documents: Complete high school transcripts and post-secondary transcripts, if any work completed at a post-secondary institution

Other: May be required to do an interview with instructor or coordinator 

Transferability

Transfer agreements are in place with many different post-secondary institutions across the province and country including the University of Alberta, the University of Calgary, and Athabasca University.

Deadline to Apply:

Spring Term: April 15th, 2022

Fall Term: August 15th, 2022

Winter Term: December 12th, 2022

Spring Term: April 17th, 2023

Program Start/End Dates

Spring Term: May 2nd - June 24th, 2022

Fall Term: August 25th - December 16th, 2022

Winter Term: January 3rd - April 28th, 2023

Spring Term: May 1st - June 23rd, 2023



Locations

Cold Lake Campus
Lac La Biche Campus
St. Paul Campus

Tuition is subject to each institution, based on where students are completing courses towards their Bachelor Degree program. Please contact the front desk at 1-866-623-5551 for information on Portage College’s tuition.

Other purchases may be necessary in order for students to complete their courses/program.

We acknowledge that Portage College’s service region is on the traditional lands of First Nation Peoples, the owners of Treaty 6, 8 and 10, which are also homelands to the Métis people. We honour the history and culture of all people who first lived and gathered in these lands.
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