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|Recreation and Leisure Services (10301)||
Brock will award between 5.0 and 7.5 credits towards the Bachelor of Recreation and Leisure Studies to incoming students from Humber in recognition of their course work in the Recreation and Leisure Services Diploma (2-year) program.
Graduates of the 2-year Recreation and Leisure Services Diploma program transferring to the Bachelor of Recreation and Leisure Studies with an average between
Students may apply for transfer to the Brock portion of the program after completing program requirements or while studying in their 2nd year of either Diploma program at Humber. The requirement for entry into the Brock portion of the program is a minimum cumulative average of 70% and successful completion of the Humber Diploma program. Students who graduated from the Humber diploma program after Spring 2020 and who apply for Fall 2022 entry or later are eligible for admission through this pathway.
Students admitted to the Bachelor of Recreation & Leisure Studies program are required to complete a minimum of 15.0 credits for the 3-year pass, and 20.0 credits for the 4-year with major or honours as described in the Brock University Academic Calendar in order to obtain their degree. Brock retains sole discretion with respect to all student admission decisions.
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