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Academic ESL Program

EnglishColumbia College
14 weeks

The Academic ESL Program is a full time (25 hours per week) program designed for students who need to improve their English before entering a University Foundation or University Transfer Program. The goal of the Academic ESL Program is to introduce students to the essentials of academic writing and communication required for academic study in Canada.

Advance Placement Program

not availableBronte College
not available

CAD 12,810


The Advanced Placement (AP) Program gives students the opportunity to take university-level courses while attending high school. Admissions officers at colleges and universities worldwide recognize the level of difficulty of AP courses, understanding that applicants with AP experience are better prepared for post-secondary studies. AP exams are offered in 22 subject areas and are written in the month of May, worldwide. Our students conveniently write their AP exams on campus, as Bronte College is the regional AP Testing Centre. On request, results are forwarded by the AP College Board directly to the universities of the student's choice. Successful results on AP exams enables students to have first-year university transfer credits, advanced placement or both. By earning university transfer credits or advanced placement, students can save both time and university tuition fees.

Advanced Care Paramedic

MedicineNiagara College Canada
1 year

Continue working as a primary care paramedic while taking your skills to the next level. Upon successful completion of this program and provincial examinations, you will be eligible for employment in Ontario as an advanced care paramedic.

Associate of Arts Degree

Arts and DesignColumbia College
not available

Students in this program complete 20 courses at the first and second year levels, including: Two courses in first year English (one Composition course and one Literature course) Three courses in Mathematics/Science including at least one course in Mathematics, Computer Science or Statistics and one course in a laboratory Science Twelve courses, including at least six at the second year level (in at least two different subject areas) in Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts. This must include two courses in Social Sciences, two courses in Humanities other than English, and eight additional courses in Arts Three courses in Arts, Mathematics, Science or other areas

Students in this program complete all the requirements for an Associate of Arts Degree (as specified above) but include among their selected courses: A course in first year Calculus First year Microeconomics and Macroeconomics (ECON 103 and ECON 105) Four courses in Business

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