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Ontario Tech acknowledges the lands and people of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation.

We are thankful to be welcome on these lands in friendship. The lands we are situated on are covered by the Williams Treaties and are the traditional territory of the Mississaugas, a branch of the greater Anishinaabeg Nation, including Algonquin, Ojibway, Odawa and Pottawatomi. These lands remain home to many Indigenous nations and peoples.

We acknowledge this land out of respect for the Indigenous nations who have cared for Turtle Island, also called North America, from before the arrival of settler peoples until this day. Most importantly, we acknowledge that the history of these lands has been tainted by poor treatment and a lack of friendship with the First Nations who call them home.

This history is something we are all affected by because we are all treaty people in Canada. We all have a shared history to reflect on, and each of us is affected by this history in different ways. Our past defines our present, but if we move forward as friends and allies, then it does not have to define our future.

Learn more about Indigenous Education and Cultural Services

Out-of-province course comparison chart

  • Alberta

    Requirements for admission consideration: secondary school diploma with five acceptable courses and program prerequisites at the 30 or 31 level.

    Ontario course Comparable Alberta course(s)
    ENG4U1 English Language Arts 30-1
    MCV4U1 Mathematics 31
    MHF4U1 Mathematics 30-1
    SPH4U1 Physics 30
    SCH4U1 Chemistry 30
    SBI4U1 Biology 30
  • British Columbia

    Requirements for admission consideration: secondary school diploma with four acceptable grade 12 academic courses including program prerequisites. Completion of provincial exams is not required (unless necessary for graduation).

    Ontario course Comparable British Columbia course(s)
    ENG4U English Studies 12 or English First Peoples 12
    MCV4U1 Calculus 12
    MHF4U1 Pre-calculus 12
    SPH4U1 Physics 12
    SCH4U1 Chemistry 12
    SBI4U1 Anatomy and Physiology 12
  • Manitoba

    Requirements for admission consideration: secondary school diploma with five grade 12 academic courses including program prerequisites at the 40 level or higher.

    Ontario course Comparable Manitoba course(s)
    ENG4U1 English 40S
    MCV4U1 Calculus 45S
    MHF4U1 Pre-Calculus 40S
    SPH4U1 Physics 40S
    SCH4U1 Chemistry 40S
    SBI4U1 Biology 40S
  • New Brunswick

    Requirements for admission consideration:  secondary school diploma with six grade 12 courses including program prerequisites at the 120 level or higher.

    Ontario course Comparable New Brunswick course(s)
    ENG4U1 English 120, 121, or 122
    MCV4U1 Calculus 120
    MHF4U1 Pre-Calculus B 120
    SPH4U1 Physics 121 or 122
    SCH4U1 Chemistry 121 or 122
    SBI4U1 Biology 121 or 122
  • Newfoundland and Labrador

    Requirements for admission consideration: secondary school diploma with 11 credits at the 3000 level including program prerequisites.

    Ontario course Comparable Newfoundland and Labrador course(s)
    ENG4U1 English 3201
    MCV4U1 Math 3208
    MHF4U1 Advanced Math 3200
    SPH4U1 Physics 3204
    SCH4U1 Chemistry 3202
    SBI4U1 Biology 3201
  • Northwest Territories

    Requirements for admission consideration: secondary school diploma with five acceptable courses and program prerequisites at the 30 or 31 level.

    Ontario course Comparable Northwest Territories course(s)
    ENG4U1 English Language Arts 30-1
    MCV4U1 Mathematics 31
    MHF4U1 Mathematics 30-1
    SPH4U1 Physics 30
    SCH4U1 Chemistry 30
    SBI4U1 Biology 30
  • Nova Scotia

    Requirements for admission consideration: secondary school diploma with five grade 12 academic courses including program prerequisites.

    Ontario course Comparable Nova Scotia course(s)
    ENG4U1 English 12
    MCV4U1 Calculus 12
    MHF4U1 Pre-Calculus 12
    SPH4U1 Physics 12
    SCH4U1 Chemistry 12
    SBI4U1 Biology 12
  • Nunavut

    Requirements for admission consideration: secondary school diploma with five acceptable courses and program prerequisites at the 30 or 31 level.

    Ontario course Comparable Nunavut course(s)
    ENG4U1 English Language Arts 30-1
    MCV4U1 Mathematics 31
    MHF4U1 Mathematics 30-1
    SPH4U1 Physics 30
    SCH4U1 Chemistry 30
    SBI4U1 Biology 30
  • Prince Edward Island

    Requirements for admission consideration: secondary school diploma with five grade 12 academic courses including program prerequisites.

    Ontario course Comparable Prince Edward Island course(s)
    ENG4U1 English 621
    MCV4U1 Mathematics 611B
    MHF4U1 Math 621B
    SPH4U1 Physics 621
    SCH4U1 Chemistry 621
    SBI4U1 Biology 621
  • Saskatchewan

    Requirements for admission consideration: secondary school diploma with five grade 12 academic courses at the 30 level including program prerequisites.

    Ontario course Comparable Saskatchewan course(s)
    ENG4U1 English Language Arts A30 and B30
    MCV4U1 Calculus 30
    MHF4U1 Pre-Calculus 30
    SPH4U1 Physics 30
    SCH4U1 Chemistry 30
    SBI4U1 Biology 30
  • Quebec (CEGEP)

    Requirements for admission consideration: one year of CEGEP with a minimum of 12 semestered academic courses from a Diplôme d’Etudes Collégiales/pre‑university program including program prerequisites.

    Ontario course Comparable Quebec (CEGEP) course(s)
    ENG4U1 Two English courses (English 603 and 604)
    MCV4U1 Mathematics NYA (Mathematics NYB is highly recommended)
    MHF4U1 Mathematics NYC
    SPH4U1 Physics NYA and one of NYB or NYC
    SCH4U1 Chemistry NYA and one of NYB or NYC
    SBI4U1 Biology NYA (Biology HTK is recommended)
  • Quebec (Grade 12)

    Requirements for admission consideration: grade 12 certificate of graduation with six academic (university preparation) level subjects including program prerequisites.

    Ontario course Comparable Quebec (Grade 12) course(s)
    ENG4U1 Grade 12 English
    MCV4U1 Grade 12 Calculus
    MHF4U1 Grade 12 Linear Algebra
    SPH4U1 Grade 12 Physics
    SCH4U1 Grade 12 Chemistry
    SBI4U1 Grade 12 Biology
  • Yukon

    Requirements for admission consideration: secondary school diploma with four acceptable grade 12 academic courses including program prerequisites. Completion of provincial exams is not required (unless necessary for graduation).

    Ontario course Comparable Yukon course(s)
    ENG4U English Studies 12 or English First Peoples 12
    MCV4U1 Calculus 12
    MHF4U1 Pre-calculus 12
    SPH4U1 Physics 12
    SCH4U1 Chemistry 12
    SBI4U1 Anatomy and Physiology 12

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