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Science and Technology (Cert)

Duration
1 year
Primary campus
Sir George Williams (SGW)
Start term
Fall, Winter

Why choose the Certificate in Science and Technology?

This is a non-degree program that caters to students who wish to prepare for admission to a degree program in engineering or computer science. It is not intended for students who wish to prepare for admission towards a science program.

Program structure

Program option

  • Certificate in Science and Technology (30 credits)
    The certificate requires the successful completion of 30 credits. The grade in each course must be C- or better for the course to count towards the certificate. A GPA of 2.00 must be maintained to remain in the certificate program.

Courses

Students may wish to consult an academic advisor at Student Academic Services prior to choosing courses.


Admission requirements

Minimum cut-off averages

  • Quebec CEGEP: 22 overall, 22 math*
  • High School: B- overall, B- math, B- phys.
  • University Transfers (internal/external): B- overall, B- math, B- phys.
  • Bacc. français: 12 overall, 12 math, 12 phys.
  • International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma: 27 overall, 4 math, 4 phys.  

Course requirements for admission

CEGEP students: Math 536 or TS/SN 5
*Applicants who complete the prerequisite mathematics courses must have a minimum CRC of 23 for admission.


Additional requirements for admission

Independent Students wishing to enter the Certificate program must be in good standing.

Students may transfer up to 12 credits into the Certificate program. The credits that may be so transferred are determined by the University at the point of entry into the program.

Programs for individual students can be designed in consultation with an academic advisor at Student Academic Services.



Minimum cut-off averages should be used as indicators. The cut-off data may change depending on the applicant pool. Applicants who meet the stated minimum requirements are not guaranteed admission to these programs.

After your degree

Thanks to Concordia's emphasis on taking an interdisciplinary approach to your field of study, you'll graduate with a depth of knowledge informed by an understanding of how your subject connects to the wider world. You'll be ideally positioned to succeed in a professional role that demands rigorous analytical thinking, sharp communication skills and the ability to approach problem-solving from multiple dimensions. 

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