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Pre-Health Sciences Pathway to Advanced Diplomas and Degrees


One year Certificate Program

Conestoga offers students and graduates a variety of pathway opportunities to assist in the achievement of your academic goals.

Students and graduates who are looking to turn their diplomas into degrees, who are interested in earning another credential at Conestoga, or who want to have previously completed college or university courses assessed for possible credit transfer should contact Conestoga's Transfer Credit Officer located in the Registrar's Office at 519-748-5220, ext. 3656.

For information about credit transfer opportunities at other Ontario colleges and universities, visit the Ontario Postsecondary Transfer Guide at Ontransfer.ca

Formal articulation agreements between Conestoga and other post-secondary institutions are also listed below. Admissions and credit transfer offers are determined by the receiving post-secondary institution. Interested students are advised to contact the credential-granting institution directly for more information. These institutions are happy to hear from you!

Conestoga academic advisors are available to help you explore and develop your academic and career strategies. Go to Career Services in Room 1A105 Doon Campus or call 519-748-5220, ext. 2298.

Credential-granting Institutions and Related Information
Credential-Granting Institution Information & Contact Credential Granted on Successful Completion of all Requirements
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Queens University
99 University Avenue
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6

www.queensu.ca/

Academic Advisors, Bachelor of Health Sciences Office

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