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Introducing our exciting Two Plus Two diploma to degree program pathways with our local university, Algoma U. Under these agreements, qualifying students in eligible programs can complete their diploma studies here at the College and move on to Algoma University to complete their degree in four years! These pathway agreements offer our students diversity and opportunity in their post-secondary studies, opportunities to continue building on their knowledge and skills, and a strong foundation for future success.

DIPLOMA
PROGRAM
INSTITUTION DURATION MINIMUM
REQUIRED GPA
DIPLOMA
CREDITS
GRANTED
UNIVERSITY
CREDITS
TO EARN
DEGREE EARNED UNIVERSITY
COURSE
OUTLINES
Business Algoma University 5 Semesters* 3.00 - 3.29 GPA 57 63 Bachelor of Business
Administration
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4 Semesters 3.30+ GPA 60 60 Bachelor of Business
Administration
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The School of Business two year diploma programs share a common first year that allows students to select a major in the second year of study. The Business program combines hands-on experience with theoretical knowledge in a progressive, student-centred classroom. Students are engaged in case studies, group discussions, simulated experiences and other practical activities that build foundational business and entrepreneurship skills.

Business Accounting Algoma University 5 Semesters* 3.00 - 3.29 GPA 57 63 Bachelor of Business
Administration
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4 Semesters 3.30+ GPA 60 60 Bachelor of Business
Administration
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The School of Business two year diploma programs share a common first year that allows students to select a major in the second year of study. The Business – Accounting in the second year of study.program at Sault College gives students the technical skills in accounting that prepares students for the over-arching theoretical skills in a degree program. Students work through financial, management, and intermediate accounting levels that combine academic riqor with hands-on practice. Students gain the practical skills toward their degree and, if pursued, their CPA designation.

Natural
Environment
Technician
Algoma
University
4 Semesters 3.50+ GPA 60 60 Bachelor of
Science in
Environmental
Science (Honours)
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Students in Natural Environment Technician program spend significant time learning in the field. Students conduct experiments, run simulation, and engage with all aspects of the natural environment. A Natural Environment Technician diploma can lead to options toward a third-year as a technologist, a graduate certificate program and/or degree articulations with partners across Canada.

Fish and
Wildlife
Conservation
Technician
Algoma
University
4 Semesters 3.50+ GPA 60 60 Bachelor of
Science in
Environmental
Science (Honours)
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Students in Natural Environment Technician program spend significant time learning in the field. Students conduct experiments, run simulation, and engage with all aspects of the natural environment. Students are prepared in the practical and theoretical components of the fish and wildlife field. Their specialization skills are gained in the forests, waterways and research institutes throughout the Algoma region where hands on learning is paramount.

Adventure
Recreation and
Parks
Technician
Algoma
University
4 Semesters 3.50+ GPA 60 60 Bachelor of
Science in
Environmental
Science (Honours)
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Students in the Adventure Recreation and Park program spend a considerable amount of time outdoors. Students canoe, kayak, downhill and cross country ski, ice climb and hike toward additional certifications and hands on learning to build solid foundational skills in adventure recreation and parks.

Forestry
Technician
Algoma
University
4 Semesters 3.50+ GPA 60 60 Bachelor of
Science in
Environmental
Science (Honours)
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Students in the Forestry Technician – Conservation program earn an official SP100 Firefighter Certification training. Students are trained to Ministry of Natural Resource and Forestry standards, and are highly employable upon graduation. Students in this program spend considerable time seeking out, researching and learning about specific tree species which enhances theoretical learning.

Police
Foundations
Algoma
University
4 Semesters 3.00+ GPA 60 60 Law and
Justice
(Honours program)
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Endorsed by the Ministry of the Solicitor General and Correctional Services, the Police Foundations program at Sault College prepares students with the skills and knowledge required for a position in policing. Police Foundations offers a unique hands-on experience with our state-of-the-art simulator, and our industry trained faculty will provide up-to-date content to ensure your readiness. Sault College students can earn a degree in 4 more semesters at Algoma.

*Note: Five semesters can also be completed within the duration of 2 calendar years. Refer to Program Outlines below for more information.

Program Outlines (Degree)

Business

Business diploma - Bachelor of Business Administration

3.00 - 3.29 GPA
Fall [Semester1] Winter [Semester2]
  • ADMN 1206 Management Skills and Secondary Research Methods
  • ADMN 1207 Quantitative Management Decision-Making
  • ADMN 2506 Business Statistics
  • ADMN 3106 Cost Accounting I
  • ADMN 3116 Finance I
  • 3 credits, general electives [recommended to complete during spring term]
  • ADMN 2017 Managing the Not-for-Profit Organization
  • ADMN 2607 Introduction to Management Science
  • ADMN 3127 Services Marketing
  • ADMN 3107 Cost Accounting II
  • ADMN 3117 Finance II
Fall [Semester3] Winter [Semester4]
  • ADMN 4046 Operations Management
  • ADMN 4606 Business Strategy and Policy I
  • ADMN 4876 Management of Small Enterprises
  • ECON 1006 Introduction to Microeconomics
  • 3 credits, general electives
  • ADMN 4076 International Business
  • ADMN 4607 Business Strategy and Policy II I
  • ADMN 2406 Business Ethics
  • 3 credits, general electives
  • 3 credits, general electives

63 Credits





Business diploma - Bachelor of Business Administration

minimum 3.30 GPA
Fall [Semester1] Winter [Semester2]
  • ADMN 1206 Management Skills and Secondary Research Methods
  • ADMN 1207 Quantitative Management Decision-Making
  • ADMN 2506 Business Statistics
  • ADMN 3106 Cost Accounting I
  • ADMN 3116 Finance I
  • ADMN 2017 Managing the Not-for-Profit Organization
  • ADMN 2607 Introduction to Management Science
  • ADMN 3127 Services Marketing
  • ADMN 3107 Cost Accounting II
  • ADMN 3117 Finance II
Fall [Semester3] Winter [Semester4]
  • ADMN 4046 Operations Management
  • ADMN 4606 Business Strategy and Policy I
  • ADMN 4876 Management of Small Enterprises
  • 3 credits, general electives
  • 3 credits, general electives
  • ADMN 4076 International Business
  • ADMN 4607 Business Strategy and Policy II I
  • ADMN 2406 Business Ethics
  • 3 credits, general electives
  • 3 credits, general electives

60 Credits





Business Accounting diploma - Bachelor of Business Administration

3.00 - 3.29 GPA
Fall [Semester1] Winter [Semester2]
  • ADMN 1206 Management Skills and Secondary Research Methods
  • ADMN 1207 Quantitative Management Decision-Making
  • ADMN 2506 Business Statistics
  • ADMN 3106 Cost Accounting I
  • ADMN 3116 Finance I
  • 3 credits, general electives [recommended to complete during spring term]
  • ADMN 2017 Managing the Not-for-Profit Organization
  • ADMN 2607 Introduction to Management Science
  • ADMN 3127 Services Marketing
  • ADMN 3107 Cost Accounting II
  • ADMN 3117 Finance II
Fall [Semester3] Winter [Semester4]
  • ADMN 4046 Operations Management
  • ADMN 4606 Business Strategy and Policy I
  • ADMN 4876 Management of Small Enterprises
  • 3 credits, general electives
  • 3 credits, general electives
  • ADMN 4076 International Business
  • ADMN 4607 Business Strategy and Policy II I
  • ADMN 2406 Business Ethics
  • ADMN 3137 Management of Human Resources
  • 3 credits, general electives

63 Credits





Business Accounting diploma - Bachelor of Business Administration

3.30 GPA
Fall [Semester1] Winter [Semester2]
  • ADMN 1206 Management Skills and Secondary Research Methods
  • ADMN 1207 Quantitative Management Decision-Making
  • ADMN 2506 Business Statistics
  • ADMN 3106 Cost Accounting I
  • ADMN 3116 Finance I
  • ADMN 2017 Managing the Not-for-Profit Organization
  • ADMN 2607 Introduction to Management Science
  • ADMN 3127 Services Marketing
  • ADMN 3107 Cost Accounting II
  • ADMN 3117 Finance II
Fall [Semester3] Winter [Semester4]
  • ADMN 4046 Operations Management
  • ADMN 4606 Business Strategy and Policy I
  • ADMN 4876 Management of Small Enterprises
  • 3 credits, general electives
  • 3 credits, general electives
  • ADMN 4076 International Business
  • ADMN 4607 Business Strategy and Policy II I
  • ADMN 3137 Management of Human Resources
  • 3 credits, general electives
  • 3 credits, general electives

63 Credits





Environmental Science

Forestry Technician - Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science [Honours]

3.50 GPA
Fall [Semester1] Winter [Semester2]
  • BIOL 1506 Biology I
  • CHMI 1006 General Chemistry I
  • MATH 1036 Calculus I or MATH 1057 Linear Algebra
  • BIOL 2056 Principles of Scientific Inquiry
  • GEOG 3307 Indigenous Knowledge in Natural Resource Management
  • BIOL 1507 Biology II
  • CHMI 1007 General Chemistry II
  • PHIL 1116 Critical Thinking
  • ENVS 1006 Introduction to Environmental Science
  • ENVS 2556 Experimental Design and Statistical Analysis
Fall [Semester3] Winter [Semester4]
  • CHMI 2426 Organic Chemistry I
  • ENVS 3106 Pollution
  • BIOL 3396 Ecology
  • GROUP A elective [4000 series]
  • BIOL 4105 Honours Thesis
  • CHMI 3016 Biochemistry I
  • ENVS 3206 Environmental Chemistry
  • GROUP A/B elective [3000/4000 series]
  • GROUP A elective [4000]
  • BIOL 4105 Honours Thesis

60 Credits





Adventure Recreation and Parks Technician - Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science [Honours]

3.50 GPA
Fall [Semester1] Winter [Semester2]
  • BIOL 1506 Biology I
  • CHMI 1006 General Chemistry I
  • MATH 1036 Calculus I or MATH 1057 Linear Algebra
  • BIOL 2056 Principles of Scientific Inquiry
  • GEOG 3307 Indigenous Knowledge in Natural Resource Management
  • BIOL 1507 Biology II
  • CHMI 1007 General Chemistry II
  • PHIL 1116 Critical Thinking
  • ENVS 1006 Introduction to Environmental Science
  • ENVS 2556 Experimental Design and Statistical Analysis
Fall [Semester3] Winter [Semester4]
  • CHMI 2426 Organic Chemistry I
  • ENVS 3106 Pollution
  • BIOL 3396 Ecology
  • GROUP A elective [3000/4000 series]
  • BIOL 4105 Honours Thesis
  • CHMI 3016 Biochemistry I
  • ENVS 3206 Environmental Chemistry
  • GROUP A elective [4000]
  • GROUP A elective [3000/4000 series]
  • BIOL 4105 Honours Thesis

60 Credits





Fish and Wildlife Conservation Technician - Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science [Honours]

3.50 GPA
Fall [Semester1] Winter [Semester2]
  • BIOL 1506 Biology I
  • CHMI 1006 General Chemistry I
  • MATH 1036 Calculus I or MATH 1057 Linear Algebra
  • BIOL 2056 Principles of Scientific Inquiry
  • GEOG 3307 Indigenous Knowledge in Natural Resource Management
  • BIOL 1507 Biology II
  • CHMI 1007 General Chemistry II
  • PHIL 1116 Critical Thinking
  • ENVS 1006 Introduction to Environmental Science
  • ENVS 2556 Experimental Design and Statistical Analysis
Fall [Semester3] Winter [Semester4]
  • CHMI 2426 Organic Chemistry I
  • ENVS 3106 Pollution
  • BIOL 3396 Ecology
  • GEOL 1021 Understanding the Earth: Planet and Internal Processes
  • BIOL 4105 Honours Thesis
  • CHMI 3016 Biochemistry I
  • ENVS 3206 Environmental Chemistry
  • GROUP A elective [3000/4000 series]
  • GROUP B elective [3000/4000 series]
  • BIOL 4105 Honours Thesis

60 Credits





Natural Environment Technician - Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science [Honours]

3.50 GPA
Fall [Semester1] Winter [Semester2]
  • BIOL 1506 Biology I
  • CHMI 1006 General Chemistry I
  • MATH 1036 Calculus I or MATH 1057 Linear Algebra
  • BIOL 2056 Principles of Scientific Inquiry
  • GEOG 3307 Indigenous Knowledge in Natural Resource Management
  • BIOL 1507 Biology II
  • CHMI 1007 General Chemistry II
  • PHIL 1116 Critical Thinking
  • ENVS 1006 Introduction to Environmental Science
  • ENVS 2556 Experimental Design and Statistical Analysis
Fall [Semester3] Winter [Semester4]
  • CHMI 2426 Organic Chemistry I
  • ENVS 3106 Pollution
  • BIOL 3396 Ecology
  • GROUP A [4000 series]
  • BIOL 4105 Honours Thesis
  • CHMI 3016 Biochemistry I
  • ENVS 3206 Environmental Chemistry
  • GROUP A [3000/4000 series]
  • GROUP B elective [3000/4000 series]
  • BIOL 4105 Honours Thesis

60 Credits





Police Foundations - Law and Justice [Honours program]

3.00 GPA
Fall [Semester1] Winter [Semester2]
  • 3 credits from the Law/Justice Approved List
  • 3 credits from the Law/Justice Approved List
  • 3 credits from the Law/Justice Approved List [4000 series]
  • 3 credits from Group III [Science] - first year
  • 3 credits general electives, upper year
  • JURI 2426 Nature of Legal Authority
  • 3 credits from the Law and Justice Approved List
  • 3 credits from the Law and Justice Approved List [4000 series]
  • 3 credits general electives, upper year
  • 3 credits general electives, upper year
Fall [Semester3] Winter [Semester4]
  • 3 credits from the Law/Justice Approved List
  • 3 credits from the Law/Justice Approved List [4000 series]
  • 3 credits from the Law/Justice Approved List [4000 series]
  • 3 credits from Group III [Science] - first year
  • 3 credits general electives, upper year
  • 3 credits from the Law and Justice Approved List
  • 3 credits from the Law/Justice Approved List [4000 series]
  • 3 credits from the Law/Justice Approved List [4000 series]
  • 3 credits general electives, upper year
  • 3 credits general electives, upper year

60 Credits



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