Articulation agreements are formal signed bilateral agreements between two institutions that spell out the terms and conditions for recognizing the prior learning of a student at one of the institutions within the context of a specific program and credential offered by the second institution. Typically, the student earns a credential at the partner institution and is granted guaranteed block transfer credit within a program at the University of Manitoba, usually shortening the path to the credential that is ultimately sought. Often, the first credential is a one-year or two-year certificate or diploma earned at a college with the second credential being a three-year or four-year degree earned at the University of Manitoba.
University College of the North and the University of Manitoba Articulation Agreement NRM Technology Diploma (UCN)/ Bachelor of Environmental Science (U of M)
Graduates of the 2 Year Natural Resource Management Technology Diploma from University College of the North may apply for admission into the Bachelor of Environmental Science program in the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources at the University of Manitoba. Successful applicants will be granted 60 credit hours on admission towards the completion of the 120 credit hour Bachelor of Environmental Science degree.
Please contact a student advisor in the Riddell Faculty Dean's Office for more information.