Planning Tools & Resources
Beginning in Fall 2021, first year students will enter baccalaureate programs that incorporate eight Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILO) into the overall program of study. These ILOs ensure students will graduate with a well-rounded base of knowledge in a variety of areas, in addition to the specialized knowledge they acquire in their degree.
For more information, please visit individual program pages or speak with an academic advisor. Students who have declared a major can also use Degree Works to plan their courses.
The Academic Calendar is a detailed guide to programs, courses, services, policies and procedures. Check out the requirements for your program!
Degree Works offers students an opportunity to build an academic roadmap for their academic program. The roadmap can help students in planning program completion by giving an overview of program requirements already completed an still outstanding, credits completed and still required, course grades and course descriptions.
Learn more about Degree Works and start planning for your academic success today!
Faculty and School Websites
Faculty & School websites offer a wealth of information about your program. Find your program and check it out!
Academic Advising Quick Guides
The Academic Advising Quick Guides offer a wealth of information - get the scoop on resources, terminology and help centres to support your course planning and registration. Don't start any semester without it!
Academic Advising Program Planning Forms
Not sure you have the pre-requisites for a course? Want to know what courses you can take in your first or second year? Browse through Academic Advising’s detailed program planning forms!
Degree Programs (4 — 5 years)
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Bachelor of Communication and Digital Journalism
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Bachelor of Computing Science (BCS)
Bachelor of Education, Elementary (BEd)
Bachelor of Natural Resource Science
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
Bachelor of Science (BSc)
Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)
Bachelor of Tourism Management (BTM)
Associate & Diploma Programs (2 — 3 years)
Associate of Arts
Associate of Commerce and Business Administration
Associate of Science
Accounting Technician Diploma
Computing Science Diploma
Visual Arts Diploma
Preparation for Professional and Transfer Programs
The following forms are intended to be used as guidelines for students who are planning to apply for admission into programs outside of TRU. Admissions requirements vary per program and institution, and they are subject to change. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that they have met the requirements for the institution and program of choice by reviewing their Academic Calendar, the program’s website, and by using the online transfer guide for institutions within BC: www.bctransferguide.ca.
Professional ProgramsPre-Dental Hygiene
Pre-Rehabilitation Sciences (Occupational Therapy)
Pre-Rehabilitation Sciences (Physical Therapy)
Transfer ToHealth and Exercise Sciences
Physical Education and Kinesiology Programs within BC
Student SupportsEnrolment Services (Course Registration, Dates & Deadlines, Forms & Policies, etc.)
Career & Experiential Learning (Co-op, Career Development, etc.)
Student Awards & Financial Aid (Scholarships, Loans, and other funding)
International Student Support (ISA's, Admissions and Registration, etc.)
Academic Supports (Supplemental Learning, The Writing Centre, Academic Supports, Cplul’kw’ten, etc.)
Health & Wellness (Counselling, Wellness Centre, Medical Clinic, etc.)