Admission & Application Requirements

Certificate in Applied Ergonomics

This Certificate will equip graduates with ergonomic skills to enable them to address Musculoskeletal Disorder (MSD) issues in their workplace, as well as enabling effective prevention programs to minimize MSD risks.

Admission Requirements

Our Applied Ergonomics Certificate program requires applicants have:

  • Interest or experience in Musculoskeletal Disorder (MSD) practice.
  • Complete the Ergonomics Coordinator Certificate at UFred or another recognized institution.
  • A strong understanding of the English language and business writing.

 

Application Process

Application Package

*Once the Online Application form is completed, applicants will receive an email containing the Credit Card Form.

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

Not Applicable

Additional Relevant Information

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite

Diploma-to-Degree Program in Business Administration or Criminal Justice

Students who have graduated from a Canadian Public Community College with a diploma in the field of Management, Business,Criminal Justice, or related, may apply to complete your degree program.

Admission Requirements

  • A Canadian Public Community College diploma in the field of Management, Business,Criminal Justice, or related.
  • Minimum grade point average of 2.0 (or a grade of “C”).
  • A strong understanding of the English language and business writing.

Application Process

  • Complete the University of Fredericton Online Application
  • Application for Admission at Husson University (available online) including a $40 application fee
  • An official transcript sent directly from your community college to Husson University:

Husson University
Jennifer Flynn
Presque Isle Campus Director
33 Edgemont Drive
Presque Isle, ME 04769
Phone: (207) 760-1176
Fax: (207) 760-1193

  • Education Testing Service Major Field Test (For statistical purposes only)

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

Review for Transfer Credits Completed by Husson University

Upon review of your transcript, Husson University will accept up to 30 courses (or 90 credits) toward a Bachelor degree. This is the equivalent of three years of full-time study at a traditional university. The exact number of transfer courses or credits will be determined as part of the evaluation of your transcript and your application.

Students awarded the maximum transfer of credits (90) must complete 10 courses through Husson University. Students must maintain a minimum grade of “C” in their specialized courses and a minimum grade point average of 2.0 (or a grade of “C”) overall in the program in order to receive their Bachelor degree.

Additional Relevant Information

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite

Enhancing Workplace Resiliency

The Enhancing Workplace Resiliency program will help students to learn effective coping mechanisms and strategies that lead to more productive, healthier, and well-balanced lives, at work and at home.

Admission Requirements

Our Enhancing Workplace Resiliency course requires applicants have:

  • Interest or experience in the subject matter.
  • A strong understanding of the English language and business writing.

Application Process

Application Package

*Once the Online Application form is completed, applicants will receive an email containing the Credit Card Form.

Prior Learning Assessment

Not Applicable

Additional Relevant Information

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite

Certificate in Ergonomics

This Certificate will equip graduates with ergonomic skills to enable them to address Musculoskeletal Disorder (MSD) issues in their workplace, as well as enabling effective prevention programs to minimize MSD risks.

Admission Requirements

Our Ergonomics Certificate program requires applicants have:

  • Interest or experience in Musculoskeletal Disorder (MSD) practice.
  • A strong understanding of the English language and business writing.

 

Application Process

Application Package

*Once the Online Application form is completed, applicants will receive an email containing the Credit Card Form.

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

Not Applicable

Additional Relevant Information

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite

Certificate in Health, Safety, and Environmental Processes (CHSEP)

The online CHSEP program focus is on the essential process skills required to succeed as an OHS practitioner in your jurisdiction, rather than just focusing on the technical aspects of the field. CHSEP participants will develop their ability to identify, prioritize and manage workplace risks, thereby making a significant contribution to their organization’s goals.

Admission Requirements

Our CHSEP program requires applicants have:

  • Interest or experience in Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) practice.
  • A strong understanding of the English language and business writing.

 

Application Process

Application Package

*Once the Online  Application form is completed, applicants will receive an email containing the Credit Card Form.

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

Prior Learning Assessment

Through the Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) process, potential students of the CHSEP program have an opportunity to receive credit for related previous learning.

To apply for a Prior Learning Assessment, contact the Recruitment Department by email: info@ufred.ca

An Initial assessment fee of $150 will be required. For each course you wish to exempt, there is a $100 fee, and you will be required to provide:

  • A detailed résumé*
  • Transcripts from any training institutions you attended
  • Copies of any professional certifications you received
  • Syllabi from any related courses you have taken
  • Any other relevant documentation that provides evidence of your learning

*For consideration of learning through work experience and other background learning, you must supply a detailed résumé that includes all education and training as well as positions held and areas of responsibility for each.

Additional PLA Information

Additional Relevant Information

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite

Certificate in Integrated Disability Management

Our Certificate in Integrated Disability Management is designed to introduce an integrated and interdisciplinary approach to the concepts and practices of disability management. Completely delivered online, the certificate provides students a highly interactive learning experience that enables them to learn and apply the integrated disability management skills and practices.

Admission Requirements

Our Certificate in Integrated Disability Management program requires applicants have:

  • Interest or experience in Disability Management (DM) practice.
  • A strong understanding of the English language and business writing.

 

Application Process

Application Package

*Once the Online Application form is completed, applicants will receive an email containing the Credit Card Form.

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

Not Applicable

Additional Relevant Information

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite

Continuing Education: Integrated Health & Safety Management

As a component of continued competence, OHS, Human Resources, Disability Management, Nursing, and Allied Health practitioners are required to participate in ongoing education and to provide proof of successful completion of those courses. To address this need, the University of Fredericton offers a series of online continuing education opportunities that include a competence component and a certificate of completion.

Admission Requirements

The Continuing Education Module candidate will have an interest or experience in:

  • Occupational Health and Safety
  • Human Resources
  • Disability Management
  • Disability Insurance
  • Business Management

Application Process

Application Package

*Once the Online Application form is completed, applicants will receive an email containing the Credit Card Form.

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

Not Applicable

Additional Relevant Information

Each module takes a minimum of six hours to complete.

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite

Diploma in Integrated Disability Management

Our Diploma in Integrated Disability Management is designed for professionals and practitioners working in the field of disability management, or who are seeking to pursue disability management as a career option. Students come into this diploma program with an academic background in a related discipline as well as with workplace experience in disability management.

Admissions Requirements

Our Diploma in Integrated Disability Management  program requires applicants have:

  • Interest or experience in Disability Management (DM) practice.
  • A strong understanding of the English language and business writing.

 

Application Process

Application Package

*Once the Online Application form is completed, applicants will receive an email containing the Credit Card Form.

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

Prior Learning Assessment

Through the Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) process, potential students of the DIDM program have an opportunity to receive credit for related previous learning.

To apply for a Prior Learning Assessment, contact the Recruitment Department by email: info@ufred.ca

An Initial assessment fee of $150 will be required. For each course you wish to exempt, there is a $100 fee, and you will be required to provide:

  • A detailed résumé*
  • Transcripts from any training institutions you attended
  • Copies of any professional certifications you received
  • Syllabi from any related courses you have taken
  • Any other relevant documentation that provides evidence of your learning

*For consideration of learning through work experience and other background learning, you must supply a detailed résumé that includes all education and training as well as positions held and areas of responsibility for each.

Additional PLA Information

Additional Relevant Information

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite

Executive MBA Admission Requirements

All admission determinations are based on the recommendations of the Admissions Review Committee and an official decision rendered by the Dean of the Sandermoen School of Business.  The Admissions Review Committee reviews each Executive MBA program applicant’s academic and work history. Individuals wishing to be admitted to the Executive MBA program must present the following minimum admission requirements:

An undergraduate degree

North American Applicants

  • From a recognized and accredited university
  • Cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 (B) on a 4.0 grade scale*

Non-Degree Applicants

In exceptional circumstances, applicants who do not possess an undergraduate degree, but who have had significant training and relevant professional experience, have demonstrated a potential for senior management, and otherwise, possess demonstrable knowledge or expertise that would prepare them adequately for successful study in a specific graduate program may be granted admission. The decision will be reached after a review of the application documents and is made at the discretion of the Application Review Committee and the Dean of the Sandermoen School of Business. Certain conditions may apply.

International Applicants

  • Must be qualified for university or college admission in their home countries.
  • Transcripts must show a superior performance on the basis of the country’s grading scheme.
  • All records in a foreign language must include copies of the originals accompanied by certified English translations.

If your degree was not completed in English, you may have your degree evaluated by World Education Services (WES) or International Credential Assessment Service of Canada (ICAS). Those reports can be sent directly to us or you can have them notarized by a lawyer.

*A candidate’s full application package will be reviewed and consideration may be offered for work and life experience.

 

Five years full-time work experience with a minimum two years in management

The following are minimum requirements for admission:

  • Five years full-time work experience
  • Minimum two years in mid to senior level management*

*Managing people, projects, or budgets.

Non-Degree Applicants

UFred encourages mature career oriented individuals with diverse academic disciplines and backgrounds to apply to our EMBA program. We recognize that some individuals without an undergraduate degree often have other educational and experiential qualities that merit special consideration in the admissions process.

In exceptional circumstances, applicants who do not possess an undergraduate degree, but who have had significant training and relevant professional experience, have demonstrated a potential for senior management, and otherwise, possess demonstrable knowledge or expertise that would prepare them adequately for successful study in a specific graduate program may be granted admission. The decision will be reached after a review of the application documents and is made at the discretion of the Application Review Committee and the Dean of the Sandermoen School of Business. Certain conditions may apply.

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

Additional Relevant Information

English Proficiency

To determine English proficiency, an applicant may be asked to submit a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) the International English Language Testing system (IELTS) score:

  • An applicant must achieve a score of 550 or better on the TOEFL test (213 for the computer-based test), or a score of 6.5 on the IELTS.

Exemption from the TOEFL Requirement

An Executive MBA applicant may be exempted from the TOEFL requirement if at least one of the following conditions applies. An applicant must have:

  • Obtained an undergraduate degree from an English-language University.
  • Studied in an English-speaking country for at least five years.
  • Scored high on a well-known standardized English test.
  • Successfully completed a well-known English language program.
  • Scored a minimum grade of B on the Challenge Test (Placement test may be recommended preceding the challenge test at the discretion of the Admissions Review Committee).

If your degree was not completed in English, you may have your degree evaluated by World Education Services (WES) or International Credential Assessment Service of Canada (ICAS). The evaluation should be sent directly to the UFred or have a copy notarized by a lawyer.

Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)

Applicants will only be required to submit a GMAT score if deemed marginally qualified by the Admissions Review Committee. Multiple criteria are used to make admission decisions. Individuals will be notified before program admission if a GMAT is requested. GMAT score must be greater than 550, with balanced quantitative and verbal scores. The decision is made at the discretion of the Application Review Committee and the Dean of the Sandermoen School of Business.

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite

Application Process

Application Package

A Completed Application Package will include the following:

  • Complete the Online Application
  • Submit a resume and Letter of Intent to info@ufred.ca. Click here to view an example.
  • Request and submit two completed Reference Forms.  Request a reference from two strong academic and/or business references who have know the applicant for more than two years.  References can be from current or past managers and/or supervisors.*
  • Order a transcript from the institution where you completed your undergraduate degree and have it sent directly to UFred:

Recruitment Department
University of Fredericton
371 Queen Street, Suite 101
Fredericton, NB E3B 1B1
CANADA

*For convenience, copy the below section to forward to your references:

To Complete the Reference Form Request:

  1. Click on the link: University of Fredericton Reference Form Request
  2. Fill out Your Name and Your Email
  3. Fill out all of the Required Fields (Required Fields that have not yet been completed will appear as a red flag. Once a section has been completed, it will show a green “OK”.
  4. Verify all fields have been completed, including the Signature. If you miss a field, you may be required to re-submit the document.
  5. Click on “Submit Signature.” A message will pop up reading “Email Verification Required”. An email will be sent to your personal email for verification.
  6. Click on the link in the email. A new window will open up with your completed Reference Form Request that will read “Complete” in the top right-hand corner. The document is then automatically forwarded to UFred. You will also receive an email confirming the completion of the document.

MBA Admission Requirements

All admission determinations are based on the recommendations of the Admissions Review Committee and an official decision rendered by the Dean of the Sandermoen School of Business. The Admissions Review Committee reviews each MBA program applicant’s academic and work history. Individuals wishing to be admitted to the MBA program must present the following minimum admission requirements:

An undergraduate degree

North American Applicants

  • From a recognized and accredited university
  • Cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 (B) on a 4.0 grade scale*

International applicants

  • Must be qualified for university or college admission in their home countries.
  • Transcripts must show a superior performance on the basis of the country’s grading scheme.
  • All records in a foreign language must include copies of the originals accompanied by certified English translations.

If your degree was not completed in English, you may have your degree evaluated by World Education Services (WES) or International Credential Assessment Service of Canada (ICAS). Those reports can be sent directly to us or you can have them notarized by a lawyer.

*A candidate’s full application package will be reviewed and consideration may be offered for work and life experience.

One year work experience

One or more years of full-time work experience.
One year practicum graduation requirement may be substituted for work experience.

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

Additional Relevant Information

English Proficiency

To determine English proficiency, an applicant may be asked to submit a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) the International English Language Testing system (IELTS) score:

  • An applicant must achieve a score of 550 or better on the TOEFL test (213 for the computer-based test), or a score of 6.5 on the IELTS.

Exemption from the TOEFL Requirement

An MBA applicant may be exempted from the TOEFL requirement if at least one of the following conditions applies. An applicant must have:

  • Obtained an undergraduate degree from an English-language University.
  • Studied in an English-speaking country for at least five years.
  • Scored high on a well-known standardized English test.
  • Successfully completed a well-known English language program.
  • Scored a minimum grade of B on the Challenge Test (Placement test may be recommended preceding the challenge test at the discretion of the Admissions Review Committee).

If your degree was not completed in English, you may have your degree evaluated by World Education Services (WES) or International Credential Assessment Service of Canada (ICAS). The evaluation should be sent directly to the UFred or have a copy notarized by a lawyer.

Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)

Applicants will only be required to submit a GMAT score if deemed marginally qualified by the Admissions Review Committee. Multiple criteria are used to make admission decisions. Individuals will be notified before program admission if a GMAT is requested. GMAT score must be greater than 550, with balanced quantitative and verbal scores. The decision is made at the discretion of the Application Review Committee and the Dean of the Sandermoen School of Business.

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite

Application Process

Application Package

A Completed Application Package will include the following:

  • Complete the Online Application
  • Submit a resume and Letter of Intent to info@ufred.ca. Click here to view an example.
  • Request a reference from two strong academic and/or business references who have know the applicant for more than two years. References can be from current or past managers and/or supervisors.*
  • Order a transcript from the institution where you completed your undergraduate degree and have it sent directly to UFred:

Recruitment Department
University of Fredericton
371 Queen Street, Suite 101
Fredericton, NB E3B 1B1
CANADA

*For convenience, copy the below section to forward to your references:

To Complete the Reference Form Request:

  1. Click on the link: University of Fredericton Reference Form Request
  2. Fill out Your Name and Your Email
  3. Fill out all of the Required Fields (Required Fields that have not yet been completed will appear as a red flag. Once a section has been completed, it will show a green “OK”.
  4. Verify all fields have been completed, including the Signature. If you miss a field, you may be required to re-submit the document.
  5. Click on “Submit Signature.” A message will pop up reading “Email Verification Required”. An email will be sent to your personal email for verification.
  6. Click on the link in the email. A new window will open up with your completed Reference Form Request that will read “Complete” in the top right-hand corner. The document is then automatically forwarded to UFred. You will also receive an email confirming the completion of the document.

Master Certificates

All admission determinations are based on the recommendations of the Admissions Review Committee and an official decision rendered by the Dean of the Sandermoen School of Business.  The Admissions Review Committee reviews each Master Certificates program applicant’s academic history. Individuals wishing to be admitted to the Master Certificates program must present the following minimum admission requirements:

Master's Degree or Higher

  • From a recognized and accredited university
  • Cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 (B) on a 4.0 grade scale*

*A candidate’s full application package will be reviewed and consideration may be offered for work and life experience.

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

Not Applicable

Additional Relevant Information

English Proficiency

To determine English proficiency, an applicant may be asked to submit a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) the International English Language Testing system (IELTS) score:

  • An applicant must achieve a score of 550 or better on the TOEFL test (213 for the computer-based test), or a score of 6.5 on the IELTS.

Exemption from the TOEFL Requirement

A Master’s Certificate applicant may be exempted from the TOEFL requirement if at least one of the following conditions applies. An applicant must have:

  • Obtained an undergraduate degree from an English-language University.
  • Studied in an English-speaking country for at least five years.
  • Scored high on a well-known standardized English test.
  • Successfully completed a well-known English language program.
  • Scored a minimum grade of B on the Challenge Test (Placement test may be recommended preceding the challenge test at the discretion of the Admissions Review Committee).

If your degree was not completed in English, you may have your degree evaluated by World Education Services (WES) or International Credential Assessment Service of Canada (ICAS). The evaluation should be sent directly to the UFred or have a copy notarized by a lawyer.

Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)

Applicants will only be required to submit a GMAT score if deemed marginally qualified by the Admissions Review Committee. Multiple criteria are used to make admission decisions. Individuals will be notified before program admission if a GMAT is requested. GMAT score must be greater than 550, with balanced quantitative and verbal scores. The decision is made at the discretion of the Application Review Committee and the Dean of the Sandermoen School of Business.

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite

Application Process

Application Package

  • Complete the Online Application
  • Submit a resume to info@ufred.ca
  • Order a transcript from the institution where you completed your Master’s degree and have it sent directly to our UFred Recruitment Department.

Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace Basic Certificate

The course is designed to help organizations bring their employees up-to-speed on their roles in maintaining a psychologically healthy and safe work environment, providing a stronger understanding of Psychological Health and Safety concepts.

Admissions Requirements

Our PHS Basic Certificate requires applicants have:

  • Interest or experience in Psychological Health and Safety practice.
  • A strong understanding of the English language and business writing.

 

Application Process

Application Package

*Once the Online Application form is completed, applicants will receive an email containing the Credit Card Form.

Prior Learning Assessment

Not Applicable

Additional Relevant Information

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite

Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace Advanced Certificate

The Advanced Certificate consists of the introductory course, plus four additional courses, and provides a solid knowledge-base about how to plan, implement, and evaluate psychological health and safety programs in the context of the National Standard.

Admissions Requirements

Our PHS Advanced Certificate requires applicants have:

  • Interest or experience in Psychological Health and Safety practice.
  • Completion of Psychological Health and Safety Basic Certificate.
  • A strong understanding of the English language and business writing.

 

Application Process

Application Package

*Once the Online Application form is completed, applicants will receive an email containing the Credit Card Form.

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

Not Applicable

Additional Relevant Information

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite

Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace Manager Certificate

The Manager Certificate is for those in management or supervisory positions are often the first to deal with individual employees who are emotionally distressed or experiencing a mental health issue or disorder.

Admissions Requirements

Our PHS Manager Certificate requires applicants have:

  • Interest or experience in Psychological Health and Safety practice.
  • Completion of PHS Basic Certificate.
  • A strong understanding of the English language and business writing.

 

Application Process

Application Package

*Once the Online Application form is completed, applicants will receive an email containing the Credit Card Form.

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

Not Applicable

Additional Relevant Information

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite

Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Sexual harassment is still a very real issue in many Canadian workplaces. From front-line employees to CEOs, workers of various levels are often unaware that their behaviours or comments could be considered sexual harassment, or worse, they are aware and are actively choosing to behave inappropriately.

The Supreme Court of Canada has indicated that management is responsible, and therefore liable, for sexual harassment and sex discrimination that occurs in the workplace. The purpose of the Preventing Sexual Harassment at Work course is to educate employees and managers about what constitutes sexual harassment, how to avoid it, and how to respond when it happens, all within a Canadian context.

Admissions Requirements

  • A desire for education and information about sexual harassment in the workplace within a Canadian setting.

Application Process

Application Package

*Once the Online Application form is completed, applicants will receive an email containing the Credit Card Form.

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

Not Applicable

Additional Relevant Information

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite

Diploma in Safety, Health, and Environmental Management (SHEM)

The online Diploma in Safety, Health and Environmental Management (SHEM) is designed for existing safety practitioners, and is the first diploma level program offered online at this academic level. Students will find themselves stretched by new critical thinking skills, and bring a much richer professional perspective to their daily practice.

Admission Requirements

Our SHEM program requires applicants have:

  • A valid Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) Designation or a University of Fredericton approved Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety.*
  • A strong understanding of the English language and business writing.

*This OHS Certificate must be equivalent to a minimum of 300 hours of directly related health and safety education.

One of the following must be sent to the University of Fredericton:

  • An official letter or transcript confirming your completion of a health and safety certificate program
  • An official transcript confirming the completion of a minimum of 300 hours of health and safety courses
  • Your CRSP designation number

Photocopies of certificates and transcripts are not acceptable documentation

 

Application Process

Application Package

*Once the Online Application form is completed, applicants will receive an email containing the Credit Card Form.

Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)

Through the Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) process, potential students of the SHEM program have an opportunity to receive credit for related previous learning.

To apply for a Prior Learning Assessment, contact the Recruitment Department by email: info@ufred.ca

Contact Us

An Initial assessment fee of $150 will be required. For each course you wish to exempt, there is a $100 fee, and you will be required to provide:

  • A detailed résumé*
  • Transcripts from any training institutions you attended
  • Copies of any professional certifications you received
  • Syllabi from any related courses you have taken
  • Any other relevant documentation that provides evidence of your learning

*For consideration of learning through work experience and other background learning, you must supply a detailed résumé that includes all education and training as well as positions held and areas of responsibility for each.

Additional PLA Information

Additional Relevant Information

Technical Requirements

  • Basic computer abilities
  • Access to a reliable internet connection
  • A device with internet browsing capabilities
  • Cookies and JavaScript must be enabled on your browser
  • MS Office Suite