School of Business, Agriculture & Environment - Ag & Enviro
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A complete Manitoba Grade 12 or equivalent
English 40G/40S or equivalent
- Applicants are expected to demonstrate competency with the Windows operating system, word processing and spreadsheet software, and the Internet.
Consumer/Essential Math 40S or equivalent. Where Consumer/Essential Math 40S is listed as the minimum, Applied and Pre-calculus Math 40S are, of course, acceptable.
English is the language of instruction at ACC. All applicants educated outside of Canada or in a country not on the test exempt list are expected to meet the English language proficiency requirement. See our ELP page for more information.
If you don't have a Manitoba Grade 12 or equivalent, ACC's Adult Collegiate can help you achieve a Mature Student High School Diploma, complete your regular High School Diploma to meet admission requirements, or increase your competitiveness in the job market.
Applications that do not meet admission requirements may be referred for Special Admissions assessment. Note that all applications presenting transcripts containing any course with an M(modified), I(individualized) or E(English as an additional language) designation will be assessed as a special admission. For more information click here.
If you are a Canadian/Permanent Resident applicant, use this form to apply for this program: Program Application and Guide
If you are an international applicant, use the International Application Guide to apply for this program.
Duration/Start 1 year / September
Optional Exit No
Co-op Work Placement Yes
Distance Delivery No
International Students Yes
Open to International Students
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