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Transfer Students from Other Universities
If you have earned credits at another university you may be eligible to transfer some or all of your credits to Brock. Students transferring from another university may earn a Brock 20-credit or 15-credit degree, as a first degree, with as few as 5 Brock credits depending on the number of transfer credits granted by Brock and their relevance to the Brock degree being sought.
Students seeking a second or subsequent degree will be granted transfer credit to a maximum of 10 credits for a 20 credit degree and a maximum of 7 credits for a 15 credit degree.
University transfer credit marks are reflected on the student’s academic record at Brock and calculated into their average.
Transfer Students from Colleges of Applied Arts & Technology (CAAT)
Are you interested in earning both a university degree and college diploma? Brock’s Department of Recreation & Leisure Studies has formal Articulation Agreements with the following colleges:
Graduates from the Recreation & Leisure Studies diploma programs at the above named colleges who have achieved a minimum 75% overall average will be granted up to 7.5 credits, as determined by the Office of the Registrar at Brock, towards their 15-credit or 20-credit Bachelor of Recreation & Leisure Studies degree.
Graduates from the Bachelor of Recreation & Leisure Studies degree program at Brock who have a 65% overall average are eligible to apply to the above colleges to complete their college diploma in one year.
Our College Partners also offer a variety of Post-Degree/Diploma Certificates*:
*Not all programs are offered at all colleges. Please check websites and program calendars for more information.