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Here is the information on post secondary requirements, presented at Course Planning Night at DSS

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    • CAREER ADVISOR: MS. JEW kjew@deltasd.bc.caWebsite: deltasecondarycareercentre.weebly.com Power point available on website
    • LADDERING YOUR WAY TOAPPRENTICESHIPS AND TRADES Post Secondary education that combines paid, work- based training with technical training in a classroom or shop setting Apprenticeships can range from 1 to 5 years but most require 4 years to complete
    • DURING HIGHSCHOOLo ACE IT programs = School based trainingo SSA (Secondary School Apprenticeship)AFTER HIGHSCHOOLo A Pre-apprenticeship Foundation program or training with an Employero Trade programs (BCIT) have continuous enrolment, waitlists should be researched. Students may want to consider writing Pre-tests in Grade 11 or 12 to enhance wait list opportunities
    • ACE IT SSAConstruction – North Delta Secondary Electrician – North Delta Secondary (BCIT Satellite Campus) Auto Service Technician 1 – Seaquam Industry Training Professional Cook – Seaquam Up to 16 credits Carpenter – North Delta Secondary Opportunity to receive $1000 scholarship Baking & Pastry Arts – VCC Horticulture Technician – Kwantlen Metal Fabricator – BCIT Millwright – Kwantlen Motorcycle Technician – BCIT Plumber – Kwantlen See Mr. De Pieri for Welder - Kwantlen more information Auto Refinishing Prep – VCC Mason/Bricklayer – Kwantlen Painter Decorator – Kwantlen Roofer – RCABC Roofing Institute
    • What is it?Training to prepare students for entry-level employment in a trade area of theirchoice.Where can I apply?Most schools offering trade programs have FOUNDATION programs:o BCITo Kwantlen Polytechnic Universityo Vancouver Community CollegeApprenticeshipUpon completion of a program, students may seek employment as apprentices.Also receive their Level 1 training certification Trades Discovery Program at BCIT for men and women 16 week training program in approximately 20 different technical and trades fields
    • University of British Columbia English 11 Language 11 Pre Calculus 11 OR Foundations Math 12 Science 11 Faculty of Arts English 12 3 Approved academic Grade 12 Minimum English courses grade for admission 70% either English 11 or English 12 (includes provincial exam)
    • UBC Faculty of Faculty of Applied Science Science English 11 English 11 Language 11 Language 11 Pre Calculus 11 Pre Calculus 11 Chemistry 11 Chemistry 11 Physics 11 Physics 11 English 12 English 12 Pre Calculus 12 Chemistry 12 Science 12 (Physics, Chem, Bio, Geology) Physics 12 One approved academic Pre Calculus 12 Grade 12 course Calculus 12 recommended Minimum 67% Math 12 Students attending school across Canada will most likely require Calculus 12 for the Engineering program and for some Science programs
    • UBC Faculty of Faculty of Education (School Commerce of Kinesiology English 11 English 11 Pre Calculus 11 Pre Calculus 11 Language 11 Language 11 Science 11 Science 11 English 12 English 12 One of Pre Calculus 12, Bio Pre Calculus 12 12, Chem 12, Geology 2 approved academic 12, Physics 12 Grade 12 courses 1 approved academic Grade 12 course
    • UBC Approved Academic Grade 12 coursesAdvanced Placement coursesBC First Nations Studies 12Biology 12 SFU – Add to the listCalculus 12  Any Challenge Exam 12Chemistry 12  Comparative Civilizations 12Computer Information Systems 12 (except UBCVancouver)  Philosophy 12 (must be a 4 creditComputer Programming 12 (except UBC Vancouver) course)Economics 12  Foundations Math 12English Literature 12English 12 or English 12 First Peoples UVIC – Add to the listFrançais Langue 12 or French 12 (not both)  Any Challenge Exam 12Geography 12 (SFU, UBC O, UVIC will accept as anapproved Science but not UBC Van)  Comparative Civilizations 12Geology 12  Foundations of Math 12German 12, Japanese 12, Mandarin 12, Punjabi 12,Spanish 12  Fine Art 12 (for the Fine ArtsHistory 12 Faculty onlyLanguage 12 taught in any BC school but notchallenge examsLaw 12 Universities in BC require English 12 and 3Pre-Calculus 12 additional Grade 12 courses however, somePhysics 12 universities across Canada require 4 additionalSocial Justice 12 (except UBC Vancouver) coursesSustainable Resources 12 (except UBC Vancouver)
    • UBC Okanagan Faculty of Arts Faculty of Science English 11 English 11 Chemistry 11 Science 11 Pre Calculus 11 Any Math 11 No second language No second language requirement requirement English 12 English 12 Pre Calculus 12 3 approved academic 1 approved course from Physics Grade 12 courses 12, Chem 12, Bio 12, Geology 12, Geography 12 and 1 approved academic grade 12 course
    • SFU Faculty of Arts Faculty of Science English 11 English 11 Language 11 (can be Pre Calculus 11 beginners) Language 11 Pre Calculus 11 OR Chemistry 11 Foundations Math 11 Physics 11 Science 11 English 12 English 12 3 approved Pre Calculus 12 academic Grade 12 courses Two of: Bio 12, Chem 12, Physics 12, Geology 12, Geography 12 SFU will accept a beginners language 11
    • SFU Faculty of Applied Faculty of Business Sciences English 11 English 11 Pre Calculus 11 Language 11 Language 11 Pre Calculus 11 Physics & Chemistry 11 Science 11 English 12 English 12 Pre Calculus 12 Pre Calculus 12 Physics 12 2 approved academic Chemistry 12 Grade 12 courses Calculus 12 recommended
    • SFU Math Requirement To satisfy the quantitative skills requirement all applicants must present a minimum grade of 70% in the applicable math course required for admission. Applicants with a grade of 60-69% must either: Score a 70% (20/30) on a Diagnostic Skills Exam Or Achieve at least a “C” grade in a Foundational Course within the 1st 30 credits at SFU. Students with less than 60% will be denied admission
    • SFU Literacy Requirement All students must demonstrate their competence in English literacy as part of the admission process. This can be demonstrated through achievement in grade 12 courses, transfer courses or by other means. Students who do not meet these targets may still be accepted but will be required to take a foundational learning course to review and improve their skills. A grade of 75% or higher in Eng 12 (after provincial exams) or Eng lit 12, you have met this requirement. A grade of 60-74% before you are admitted to SFU, you must score a 4 or better on the essay portion of the LPI and 50% on parts 1-3, or be required to take a Foundation of Academic Literacy course once you are at SFU. Note: Students with below 60% will not be admitted
    • UVIC Faculty of Social Faculty of Science Sciences English 11 English 11 Pre Calculus 11 Pre Calculus 11 or Chemistry 11 No second Foundations Math 11 Physics 11 language Science 11requirement English 12 English 12 Pre Calculus 12 3 approved academic 2 approved Science 12 Grade 12 courses courses (Bio, Physics, Chem, Geology, Geography
    • UVIC Faculty of Faculty of Humanities Engineering English 11 English 11 Language 11 Pre Calculus 11 Pre Calculus or Physics 11 Foundations Math 11 Chemistry 11 Science 11 English 12 Pre Calculus 12 (73%) English 12 Physics 12 3 approved academic Grade 12 courses 1 approved academic Grade 12 course (Chemistry recommended)
    • DOUGLAS COLLEGEStudents are accepted with general entry requirements (English 12 “C” or itsequivalent). Students registered for the Associate of Arts degree limitedprogram, course selection will be based on your GPA: Eng 12, Pre Calculus orFoundations of Math 11 and one academic grade 12 course. Career Programs will haveadditional pre-requisitesStudents can transfer to a University after 24 creditsSFU/DOUGLAS Degree Program: areas of study – Arts, SocialSciences, Environment, ScienceLANGARA COLLEGEStudents are accepted with general entry requirements (English 12 “C” or itsequivalent) for the Arts and Science (General) University studies. Careerprograms will have additional pre-requisitesStudents can transfer to a University after 24 creditsSFU/LANGARA Degree Program: move between both institutions tocomplete a BA or BSC
    • KWANTLEN POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITYStudents are accepted with general entry requirements (English 12 “C” or itsequivalent). Students will need to obtain a “B” in English 12 and a C in PreCalculus or C+ Foundation of Math 11 in order to be admitted directly into aBachelor of Arts Program. Career programs will have additional pre-requisitesStudents can transfer to another Post Secondary Institution after 24 creditsCAPILANO UNIVERSITYUniversity Transfer Students are admitted based on their GPA of English 12 andthree other academic grade 12 courses.Minimum 60% is requiredCareer programs will have additional pre-requisitesStudents can transfer to another Post Secondary institution after 24 credits
    • BCITEach Technology Programs has specific requirements. Entrance iscompetitively based.Bachelor of Science in Nursingo English 12 – B, Chemistry 11 – C+, Biology 12 C+, Pre-Calculus 11 C+ or Pre Calculus 12 C or Foundations Math 11 B or Foundations Math 12 C+ PLUS 30 Post Secondary creditsCivil Engineeringo English 12 – C+, Chemistry 12 C+, Physics 12 C+, Pre-Calculus 12 C+Some programs are not accessible to students directly from high school.
    • UBC Vancouver ADMISSION AVERAGES UBC OkanaganFor all Faculties, students must obtain a General Admission 75%minimum gpa of 85% + Nursing 88%Personal Profile: used to assess Engineering 83%preparedness for university• Personal Profile allows you to tell UBC about If there is a big difference (20% or more) the things that are important to you: between the English 12 course grade and significant achievements, what you have learned from your experiences, and challenges the provincial exam grade, UBC reserves you’ve overcome. the right to use the exam grade only when• Along with your academic achievements the calculating gpa profile will be used to determine your admissibility to UBC undergraduate programs SFU UVIC Arts & Social Science 82%Humanities & Social Sciences 75% Business 83%Engineering 80% Education 87%Computer Science 75% Science 85%Sciences 75% Applied Science 84%Fine Arts 70-87% Communication, Art, Tech 78%Human & Social Development 75%Business 80% Conditional offers were made on first termHealth Info Science 75% grades of 88%
    • Associate Degree in Arts & ScienceFulfills the first 2 years of a 4 year undergraduate degree at a UniversityDouglas, Langara, Kwantlen, CapilanoTransfer to a university 3rd yearKwantlen Polytechnic UniversityBusiness Administration DiplomaTransfer to SFU 3rd yearLangara CollegeHuman Kinetics DiplomaTransfer to UBC, SFU, UVIC 3rd year to complete a degree inKinesiology
    • SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) The SAT is intended for students applying for admission to college or university in the US The SAT measures verbal reasoning and mathematical problem solving There are two tests: SAT for admission and the Subject test for placement. Contact the colleges you are thinking of attending to find out what tests to take Register on line at www.collegeboard.com Test dates: March 9, May 4, June 1 2013 Plan on taking the test at least 2-3 times Should take the test at least once by the end of Grade 11
    • What Do students do Now?Career Centre Make an appointment to go over course selection Sign up sheet available at the Career Centre More information available on my website www.deltasecondarycareercentre.weebly.com Office hours: Tuesday to Friday 8:15-3:15 604-946-4194 Local 258 Email address: kjew@deltasd.bc.ca Power point available on my website