University of Northern British Columbia
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Conservation Science and Practice (CSP), Major in Wildland Conservation and Recreation (WCR)
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE Conservation Science and Practice (CSP), Major in Landscape Conservation and Management
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE in Forest Ecology and Management
Graduates from the Maritime College of Forest Technology are eligible to transfer into three different programs at the University of Northern British Columbia. Through the Conservation Science and Practice (CSP) designations, students will come to understand the challenges facing sustainability and conservation of our environment. Students will focus on how humans impact the act of conservation, and what we can do to maintain and improve biodiversity. Forest Ecology and Management focus more directly on managing forested ecosystems. All programs will dive into the philosophy, science, and the technical skills required for being successful.
UNIVERSITY of NEW BRUNSWICK (UNB)
Bachelor of Science in Forestry & Environmental Management
Graduates from the Maritime College of Forest Technology who meet the admission requirements into the Bachelor of Science in Forestry (BScF) program at the University of New Brunswick, will be eligible for direct credit transfer providing grades attained in the transferable courses are 70% or greater.
UNIVERSITY of PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND (UPEI)
Bachelor of Wildlife Conservation
Graduates from the Maritime College of Forest Technology’s Forest and Fish and Wildlife Diploma program will receive two years of credit into the University of Prince Edward Island’s (UPEI) Bachelor of Wildlife Conservation program, providing all academic requirements are met at the time of transfer. This agreement is set forth by both institutions accreditation with the North American Wildlife Technology Association (NAWTA).
CAPE BRETON UNIVERSITY (CBU)
Bachelor of Engineering Technology or Bachelor of Technology
Graduates from the Maritime College of Forest Technology will receive two years’ credit towards their degree in the Bachelor of Engineering Technology, BET (Environmental Studies) or the Bachelor of Technology, BTech degree programs from Cape Breton University. BET/BTech students accepted via this articulation agreement must complete all credits of course work agreed upon in order to receive their degree and all credits must be taken through Cape Breton University. Please note that both the Bachelor of Technology and the Bachelor of Engineering Technology Degrees do not lead to Professional Engineering designation.