Current Concordia Independent students and Certificate program students are eligible to enter John Molson once they have met the admission requirements below. Independent students and Certificate program students must submit a new application to John Molson for either the Fall or Winter terms.
Admission Requirements for Independent Students and Certificate Students:
- Complete a minimum of 12 credits (4 courses) at Concordia University
- Achieve a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.70.
- Achieve an average grade of 2.70 (B-) or better in MATH 208 and MATH 209. (Students who have received an exemption for MATH 208 must achieve a minimum grade of 2.70 in MATH 209, and vice versa.)
- Have completed (or have exemptions for) the following five courses one semester prior to transferring:
- BTM 200 – Fundamentals of Information Technology.
- ECON 201 – Introduction to Microeconomics
- ECON 203 – Introduction to Macroeconomics
- MATH 208 – Fundamentals of Mathematics I (Linear Algebra)
- MATH 209 – Fundamentals of Mathematics II (Calculus I)
Completed university courses, including the John Molson prerequisite courses, are eligible to be transferred to your future John Molson degree provided a grade of C‑ or better has been achieved.
Courses available to Independent students and Certificate students in preparation to enter the John Molson School of Business.
Along with the John Molson prerequisites, students interested in entering the John Molson School of Business may complete:
- MARK 201 - Introduction to Marketing (with a minimum grade of C- this course will be converted to COMM 223 upon successful transfer).
Courses available to Independent students and Certificate students that will NOT result in transfer credits or exemptions towards a John Molson degree.
If you intend to enter the John Molson School of Business, do not take the following courses:
ACCO 230, ADMI 201, ADMI 202, FINA 230, MANA 201, MANA 202, MANA 298, MANA 300, COMM 299, MANA 211, MANA 213, MANA 266.
For further assistance, Independent Students and Certificate Students may contact the Independent Student Advisor - Steve Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org)