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LAPS for Career Professionals Degree Completion Program

FOR STUDENTS FROM ALL COLLEGES OF APPLIED ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY

From a College of Applied Arts and Technology: Applicants who have completed a minimum of one year of a CAAT diploma program that is academic in nature with a minimum cumulative average of B (3.0) at the CAAT will be considered for admission to First Year of an appropriate program. Applicants who have graduated from a three-year CAAT program that is academic in nature with a minimum cumulative average of B (3.0) at the CAAT will be considered for admission to Second Year of an appropriate program.

General Liberal Arts and Professional Studies (for Lambton College Liberal Studies Transfer Students) (formerly General Arts and Science University (GASU) transfer students)

Honours Liberal Arts and Professional Studies (for Lambton College Liberal Students Transfer Students) (formerly General Arts and Science University (GASU) transfer students)

General Liberal Arts and Professional Studies for Career Professionals Degree Completion Program (for Graduates of Qualifying CAAT (or equivalent) Diploma Programs)
Students who have graduated from an approved CAAT college diploma (or equivalent) with a suggested cumulative average of 3.0 (70%) or higher in their final ten courses will be considered for admission. Approved CAAT college diploma programs include: Border Services, Business programs, Dental Hygiene, Developmental Service Worker, Early Childhood Education, Educational Support, Engineering, General Arts and Science, Journalism, Liberal Arts, Liberal Studies, Music – Industry Arts, Paramedic, Police Foundations, Protection, Security, and Investigation, Recreation and Leisure Services, Social Service Worker.

General Liberal Arts and Professional Studies for Career Professionals Degree Completion Program (for Graduates of Qualifying CAAT (or equivalent) Advanced Diploma Programs)
Students who have graduated from a CAAT college advanced diploma with a suggested cumulative average of 3.0 (70%) or higher in their final ten courses will be considered for admission. Approved Advanced Diploma Programs include: Business Administration, Child and Youth Care/Child and Youth Worker, Computer Science or Computer Programming or Information Technology, Dental Hygiene (the province has recently changed the program to an advanced diploma, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Engineering, Massage Therapy, Medical Laboratory Science, Respiratory Therapy, Sport and Recreation Management.