A new educational pathway between St. Lawrence College (SLC) and Athabasca University will allow graduates from five programs to complete their Bachelor’s Degree in two more years, with 60 transfer credits to the university program.
Two-year diploma graduates from Community and Justice Services, Early Childhood Education, Fitness and Health Promotion, Mental Wellness and Addictions, and Police Foundations may apply their diploma credits toward a Bachelor’s Degree in Professional Arts in Human Services, Professional Arts in Criminal Justice, and Professional Arts in Governance, Law, and Management.
“We are grateful for this partnership with Athabasca University, as it provides yet another important way for our students and graduates to continue on with their educational goals,” said SLC President and CEO, Glenn Vollebregt. “This articulation agreement will benefit St. Lawrence College graduates by granting them the opportunity to earn a degree in two more years.”
SLC offers several pathways for degree completion through partnerships with universities in Canada, and around the world, including Queen’s University, Carleton University, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, as well as several in Ireland. Click here for all opportunities.