Certificate in General Studies
The Certificate in General Studies program allows for almost any combination of courses at the university level, although some specific requirements must be met. Students may select TRU, TRU-OL and university transfer courses from recognized post-secondary institutions. Refer to British Columbia Council on Admissions & Transfer at http://bccat.ca.
What Can You Do With This Credential?
Courses taken for the Certificate in General Studies may be applied toward other TRU-OL programs, provided that specific program requirements are met.
Students who plan to complete a credential through TRU-OL must complete and submit a Program Admission form.
A minimum of 6 TRU credits (distance or on-campus).
30 credits total of college or university courses or a combination of college and university courses numbered 1000 or above are required.
15 of these credits may be applied studies such as fine and performing arts studio courses and technology courses.
Education, business and administrative studies courses are reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Students with less formal academic training, such as an apprenticeship or an industry-based qualification, should consult a program advisor regarding the possibility of receiving credit for these programs or for recognition of their prior learning.
Students are responsible for consulting with their program advisor to ensure that the courses they select are appropriate for their program of study and educational goals. Students who proceed without approval may find that a course does not meet requirements and may be subject to transcript assessment fees.
Email Student Services for more information.