All applicants must be a high school graduate or possess a General Education Development Certificate (GED), and submit all transcripts. Applicants must also submit two (2) letters of reference from a non-family member, and pay a $50 application fee to Loretta Phillips at (506) 458-0643. Documents may be attached to the end of the application form, or emailed to email@example.com.
Minimum grade is 65 % in each required course.
International applicants will be evaluated on an individual basis. Admission requirements for MCFT will be that of the standards set for Canadian provinces.
All entrance requirements for MCFT are based on University/College preparation courses. Provincial course name, levels and codes may differ from those that are deemed requirements by MCFT, in such a case appropriate actions regarding entrance requirements will be taken to correct any discrepancies.
This program may employ a competitive average for admission purposes; meeting minimum posted requirements does not guarantee admission.
Forest and Fish & Wildlife Technology Diploma: If applicants plan to apply to F&W during their second year at MCFT, a Grade 11 academic level Chemistry credit is required to be considered for admissions.
High School Course Requirements
Math Foundations 110
English 121 or 122
Newfoundland & Labrador
Advanced Math 2200
Advanced Math 3200
English 3201 or 3202
Advanced Math 11
Academic Math 11
Academic Biology 11
Academic Biology 12
Math 521A or Math 521B
Academic Math 436
All entrance requirements for MCFT are based on University/College preparation courses. Provincial course names, levels and codes may differ from those that are deemed requirements by MCFT, in such a case appropriate actions regarding entrance requirements will be taken to correct any discrepancies.
All applicants are required to have the minimum course selection outlined in the Admission Requirements, all courses rated higher than the minimum requirements are beneficial and recommended. It is essential that other preparatory courses like creative writing, chemistry and advanced math are taken into consideration when preparing for a post-secondary education.