Programmes de premier cycle nécessitant des études universitaires

Les programmes suivants exigent la réussite d’études universitaires avant de pouvoir y faire demande.

Pour trouver des programmes qui exigent la réussite d’études collégiales avant de faire demande, consultez Programmes conjoints des universités et collèges.

9 programmes

Certificate in Carillon Studies

Carleton University

Premier cycle

Carleton University has long been among Canada’s leading centres for scholarship on Canadian cultural heritage. SSAC/Music’s new “Certificate in Carillon Studies” opens a new performance-studies option to both Canadian and International music students, and contributes to the continuing recognition of the cultural and historical significance of Canada’s national carillon on Parliament Hill.

Students interested in applying for admission to this program should email James McGowan, Supervisor of Performance Studies for further information.

Certificate in Nunavut Public Service Studies (CNPSS)

Carleton University

Premier cycle

The CNPSS is 5.0 credit program is administered by the School of Public Policy and Administration. Currently, courses in the Nunavut Certificate are offered in partnership with Nunavut Sivuniksavut, a postsecondary program for Inuit from Nunavut. Courses in the program include Public Administration in Nunavut and options such as Qualitative Research Methods. This Certificate program is designed primarily for prospective or practicing public employees in Nunavut who seek special training in public service subjects at the undergraduate level. Courses taken for the Certificate may be credited towards a Bachelor of Arts degree. A transfer student from the Certificate program into the Bachelor of Arts program normally will be required to take at least 10.0 further credits. At least 5.0 of the credits required for the degree must be completed after awarding of the Certificate.

Certificate in Professional Writing

Carleton University

Programmes menant à un certificat ou un diplôme

The Certificate in Professional Writing is designed to be taken concurrently with an honours undergraduate degree in English or Applied Language and Discourse Studies, or any other bachelor degree program where a student has second year standing and a CGPA of 7.5 or higher.

To be eligible for admission, applicants must present a statement of purpose and a sample of their academic or professional writing, and have the permission of the Professional Writing Program.

Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language

Carleton University

Programmes menant à un certificat ou un diplôme

The CTESL program, offered by Carleton’s School of Linguistics and Language Studies, is 1 of Canada’s oldest and best-known TESL programs. The CTESL program includes courses in theory and methodology, as well as a practicum that includes opportunities for classroom observation and supervised teaching in a variety of settings.

With the proper course selection, the program may be taken simultaneously with the 4-year Honours program in Linguistics or Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies, or with other majors, allowing you to graduate with both a degree and a certificate at the same time. You can also pursue this program as a post-degree certificate.

The CTESL program concentrates on teaching English to adults, either in Canada or abroad. It is widely recognized in Canada as a qualification to teach ESL at the postsecondary level in private language schools, colleges and universities. Overseas, it can lead to teaching positions at the elementary and secondary school levels, as well as at the adult level.

Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Accounting

Carleton University

Programmes menant à un certificat ou un diplôme

The Post-Baccalaureate Diploma (PBD) in Accounting provides students who have an undergraduate degree in any discipline with the prerequisite core courses to be eligible to apply to the Sprott Master of Accounting program or enter the CPA Professional Education Program, pathways leading to the Chartered Professional Accountant designation and a career in professional accounting.

The PBD in Accounting is delivered online.

Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Cognitive Science

Carleton University

Programmes menant à un certificat ou un diplôme

The Post-Baccalaureate Diploma (PBD) in Cognitive Science is designed for students who already have an undergraduate degree but want to learn about cognitive science and gain research experience in the field. The program consists of the equivalent of 4.0 credits (8 one-term courses). Students take advanced courses (third- and fourth-year courses) that are required in the Bachelor of Cognitive Science degree.

The PBD in Cognitive Science is also an option for students who are interested in pursuing graduate work in Cognitive Science at the Master’s level, but whose undergraduate degree did not include any research experience or who may not have a high enough GPA to enter the Masters of Cognitive Science program directly.

The PBD in Cognitive Science can be completed in 1 academic year (fall-winter), or students may opt to spread the course work over 2 or more years.

Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Economics

Carleton University

Programmes menant à un certificat ou un diplôme

The Post-Baccalaureate Diploma (PBD) program in Economics is designed for people who already have an undergraduate degree – whether in a math-intensive field like engineering or a writing-intensive field like journalism – and would like a rigorous and structured introduction to economics; new Canadians, international students, and others with a degree from outside Canada, whether in economics or another discipline, who are looking for a 1-year, recognized, Canadian qualification in economics; and anyone who would like additional preparation for graduate education in economics beyond that provided by the degree(s) they hold already.

The PBD in Economics provides 8 months of intensive training in economic theory, econometric methods, and applied economics; an opportunity for English-language training in academic writing skills for students whose first language is not English; and a structured and clearly defined course of study.

Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Film Studies

Carleton University

Programmes menant à un certificat ou un diplôme

The new Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Film Studies is intended for students applying for admission into the MA in Film Studies who have at least an 8.0 GPA, but minimal background in Film Studies.

Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Professional Writing

Carleton University

Programmes menant à un certificat ou un diplôme

The Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Professional Writing is a program option that provides students with a comprehensive education in the nature, contexts and practice of the specialized types of writing that occur in professional contexts.

Students applying for admission must have an honours undergraduate degree with a GPA of 8.0 or higher. To be eligible for admissions, applicants must present a statement of purpose and a sample of their academic or professional writing, and have the permission of the Professional Writing Program.