Important Notices

Important Notices
Important Notices
This Calendar is printed some months before the year for which it is intended to provide
guidance, and students are advised that matters dealt with in it are under continuing
review and revision. The content of this Calendar is subject to change without notice,
and every student accepted for registration in the University shall be deemed to have
agreed to any such deletion, revision or addition whether made before or after said
acceptance.
The University will make every reasonable effort to offer courses as required within
programs. Prospective students should note that admission to a degree or other
program does not guarantee admission to any given course except those specified as
required within that program. Students should select elective courses so as to ensure
that courses are taken at the most appropriate time within their schedule.
The University of New Brunswick does not accept any responsibility for loss or damage
suffered or incurred by any student as a result of suspension or termination of services,
courses or classes caused by reason of strikes, lockouts, riots, weather, damage to
university property or for any other cause beyond the reasonable control of the
University of New Brunswick.
The University of New Brunswick Undergraduate Calendar is available in
electronic form on the World Wide Web at:
http://www.lib.unb.ca/Texts/calendar
Inquiries regarding academic matters should be directed to one of the Offices of the Registrar
Fredericton Campus
2nd Floor, Sir Howard Douglas Hall
University of New Brunswick
Fredericton, New Brunswick, E3B 5A3
Telephone: (506) 453-4864 Fax: (506) 453-5016
E-mail: registrar@unb.ca
Saint John Campus
Room 141, Philip W. Oland Hall
University of New Brunswick
Saint John, New Brunswick, E2L 4L5
Telephone: (506) 648-5670 Fax: (506) 648-5691
E-mail: sjreg@unbsj.ca
The editor, Alison Webb, acknowledges the production assistance of Jason Nugent
and the UNB Electronic Text Centre and all those who have
helped with proof- reading this edition of the Undergraduate Calendar.
Errors and omissions are the responsiblity of the editor.
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UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK
Calendar of Academic Dates, 2004-2005
NOTE: The dates shown below apply to undergraduate programs. They do not necessarily apply to the School of Graduate Studies, the Faculty of Law, or to
courses offered through the College of Extended Learning. Students in other programs should consult the appropriate calendar or brochure.
July, 2004
August, 2004
Thursday
Monday
Saturday
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Canada Day - University Holiday - no classes *.
Summer Term begins.
UNB Fredericton On-Campus Early Registration for New Students
Monday
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12-13
New Brunswick Day. University Holiday - no classes *.
Summer Term ends.
Summer Term Examination Period.
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03-07
08
Labour Day. University Holiday - no classes *.
Academic Programming and Orientation week. Details to be announced.
Start of classes. Both Campuses.
Last day for payment of appropriate University fees.
Last Day to opt-out of Health and Dental Plan.
Last Day to opt-out of International Health Insurance.
Last day for adding Fall term and full-year courses. Fall term and full year courses dropped up to and including this
date are not shown on transcript of record.
Wednesday
Thursday - Friday
September, 2004 Monday
Friday - Tuesday
Wednesday
Wednesday
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Sunday
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Monday
Thursday
Friday
Sunday
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Thanksgiving Day. University Holiday - no classes *.
Fall Convocation - Fredericton Campus.
Fall Convocation - Saint John Campus.
Last day to withdraw from Fall term courses with refund. (see University Refund Policy, Section C).
November, 2004 Thursday
Sunday
Friday
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Remembrance Day. University Holiday - no classes *.
Last day to withdraw from Fall term courses without academic penalty (no refund).
Last day in Fall term to hold class tests. (see regulations on Examination, Standings and Promotion, - Section B, Item VII. A.7.)
December, 2004 Friday
Monday
Tuesday
Saturday
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Last day of classes.
Reading period.
First day of Examinations.
Last day of Examinations.
January, 2005
Monday
Friday
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Sunday
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Friday
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Start of classes - Winter term.
Last day for payment of Winter term fees for new students.
Last day for payment of University fees for full-time students paying by installments.
Last day for adding Winter term courses. Winter term courses dropped up to and including this date are not shown on
transcript of record.
Last day to withdraw from full-year courses without academic penalty with refund. (see University Refund Policy, Section C).
Last Day to opt-out of Health and Dental Plan for those students who enrolled in January 2005.
February, 2005
Sunday
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Last day to withdraw from Winter term courses with refund (see University Refund Policy, Section C).
March, 2005
Monday-Friday
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Wednesday
Wednesday
Friday-Monday
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Winter Term Break. No classes.
Advising and Registration for continuing students begins. Details to be announced by Faculties. Fredericton Campus.
Last day to withdraw from Winter term courses without academic penalty (no refund).
Last day in Winter term to hold class tests (see regulations on Examination, Standings and Promotion, - Section B, Item VII. A.7.)
Easter. University Holiday - no classes *.
April, 2005
Friday
Monday
Tuesday
Saturday
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11
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Last day of classes.
Reading Period.
First day of Examinations.
Last day of Examinations.
May, 2005
(May - July, 2005)
Monday
Wednesday-Thursday
Friday
Monday
02
18-19
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Spring Session (UNB Saint John). Details to be Announced.
Intersession (UNB Fredericton) begins.
The One Hundred and Seventy-Sixth Encaenia - Fredericton Campus.
Thirty-First Convocation - Saint John Campus.
Victoria Day. University Holiday - no classes *.
Saturday
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Friday
Monday-Wednesday
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October, 2004
June, 2005
July, 2005
August, 2005
UNB Fredericton On-Campus Early Registration for New Students.
UNB Saint John On-Campus Early Registration for New Students will be held in June. Details to be announced.
Intersession Ends.
Intersession Examination Period.
Summer Session Dates to be Announced.
Monday
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New Brunswick Day. University Holiday - no classes *.
Teaching days:
Fall Term 2004 - 61;
Winter Term 2005 - 63
* Except for essential operations, most university offices will be closed on the dates indicated as “University Holiday”. Essential functions, for example, Security, Heating Plant and the Residences will
be staffed and operational. Physical Plant will have staff on call should they be needed. A few departments and facilities such as the libraries, computer labs, Financial Services, Registrar’s Offices
may offer some services on certain holidays. Those wishing to use such services on any holiday are advised to check with the specific department about operations for that day.
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CALENDAR OF ACADEMIC DATES .............................4
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ACCOMODATION, FACILITIES
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Board of Governors 2003-2004................................9
Fredericton Senate 2003-2004 ..............................10
Saint John Senate 2003-2004................................11
Officers of the University ........................................11
Deans of Faculties .................................................11
Administrative Staff ...............................................12
Emeritus Honorees ................................................13
Research Institutes and Centres............................14
Allan P. Stuart Excellence in Teaching
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• Associated Alumni .................................................16
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HISTORICAL SKETCH .......................................... 17-20
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Fredericton Campus Undergraduate Fees.............52
Fredericton Residence Fees ..................................54
Saint John Campus Undergraduate Fees..............56
Saint John Residene Fees .....................................57
Notes to Fees Tables .............................................58
Regulations for Payment of University Fees ..........59
University Refund Policy ........................................59
Regulations for the Payment of Residence Fees ...60
Estimate of Costs ...................................................61
Governmental Student Loans ................................61
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Scholarships Open to High School Students .........63
Scholarships Open to High School &
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Scholarships Open to UNB
Continuing Students......................................... 76-94
Prizes and Awards ......................................... 95-112
Scholarships for Part-time Students............. 112-113
Scholarships Administered by
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Loans ...................................................................119
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Aboriginal Student Services and Programs .........124
Associated Alumni ...............................................124
Athletics ...............................................................124
Awards Office (Undergraduate) ...........................125
Bank.....................................................................125
Bookstores...........................................................125
Campus Ministry ..................................................125
Childcare Services...............................................125
Computing Services.............................................126
Continuing Education and Programs
for Part-Time Students.........................................126
Counselling Services ...........................................127
Employment Services ..........................................127
English Language Programme ............................128
Faculty Advisors ..................................................128
Financial Aid ........................................................129
Fine Arts ..............................................................129
Food Services ......................................................130
Graduate Studies .................................................130
Health Insurance, Student ...................................130
Health Services....................................................131
Information Centres .............................................131
Integrated Technology Services ..........................131
International Student Advisor/CIDA
Coordinator/Canadian Student Exchanges .........132
Libraries ...............................................................132
Lost and Found Items ..........................................133
Math Help and Writing Centre..............................133
Museums and Collections....................................134
Parking.................................................................134
Part-Time Students ..............................................134
Post Office ...........................................................134
Research Centres ................................................134
Security and Traffic ..............................................134
Sexual Harassment Policy ...................................135
Spring and Summer Sessions .............................135
Student Affairs and Services................................135
Student Centres ...................................................136
Students with Disabilities, Services For ...............136
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Bachelor Of Applied Management....................... 138
• Accounting.................................................... 139
• Electronic Commerce ................................... 140
• Hospitality And Tourism ................................ 140
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Bachelor Of Business Administration...................158
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Bachelor of Data Analysis....................................170
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Business Administration Certificates .............166
Certificate in Accounting................................167
Certificate in Electronic Commerce ...............167
Certificate in Human Resource
Management..................................................167
Bachelor of Computer Science ............................168
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Cogniitve Neuroscience................................. 144
Communication And Professional Writing ..... 144
Criminal Justice Minor ................................... 145
Economics ..................................................... 146
Education....................................................... 146
English........................................................... 147
French ........................................................... 148
Gender Studies.............................................. 150
History ........................................................... 150
Information And Communication Studies ...... 151
International Development Studies Minor...... 152
International Studies...................................... 152
Law In Society ............................................... 153
Mathematics And Statistics ........................... 154
Philosophy ..................................................... 154
Politics ........................................................... 154
Psychology .................................................... 155
Psychosocial Dimensions Of Sport Minor ..... 156
Sociology ....................................................... 157
Sport And Exercise Psychology .................... 158
Certificate in Data Analysis............................171
Bachelor of Health Sciences................................172
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Biology Option ............................................... 175
Environmental Biology Option ....................... 176
Marine Biology Option ................................... 176
Chemistry Option........................................... 176
Geology Option.............................................. 177
General Science Option ................................ 177
Mathematics Option....................................... 177
Certificate in Mathematics of Teachers ......... 177
Mathematics And Economics Options ........... 178
Physics Option............................................... 178
Psychology Option......................................... 178
Biology-Psychology Option............................ 179
Statistics Option............................................. 179
Interdepartmental Programs.......................... 179
Pre-Professional Programs in Science .......... 179
SECTION F:
SAINT JOHN COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
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Biology ................................................................ 184
Biology-Psychology............................................. 187
Business Administration...................................... 188
Chemical Engineering ......................................... 195
Chemistry ............................................................ 196
Civil Engineering ................................................. 198
Classics And Ancient History .............................. 199
Communication And Professional Writing........... 200
Computer Engineering ........................................ 200
Computer Science............................................... 201
Data Analysis ...................................................... 204
Economics........................................................... 205
Education ............................................................ 207
Electrical Engineering ......................................... 209
English ................................................................ 209
French ................................................................. 212
Forensic Science................................................. 216
Gender Studies ................................................... 217
Geography .......................................................... 217
Geology............................................................... 217
German ............................................................... 218
Greek .................................................................. 218
Health Sciences .................................................. 218
History ................................................................. 219
History & English Joint Honours Program ........... 224
Hospitality And Tourism ...................................... 224
Humanities .......................................................... 226
Information And Communication Studies ............ 226
International Studies ........................................... 227
Kinesiology.......................................................... 227
Latin .................................................................... 228
Linguistics ........................................................... 228
Mathematics........................................................ 228
Mechanical Engineering...................................... 231
Nursing................................................................ 232
Philosophy........................................................... 234
Physics................................................................ 236
Politics................................................................. 237
Psychology.......................................................... 240
Science ............................................................... 243
Social Sciences................................................... 243
Sociology............................................................. 243
Spanish ............................................................... 246
Statistics.............................................................. 247
Surveying Engineering ........................................ 248
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SECTION G: FREDERICTON PROGRAMS
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Bachelor Of Arts...................................................250
• Anthropology ................................................. 253
• Classics And Ancient History......................... 254
• Culture & Language Studies.......................... 256
• German...................................................... 256
• German Studies......................................... 257
• Liinguistics ................................................. 258
• Russian And Eurasian Studies .................. 259
• Spanish And Latin American Cultures ....... 260
• World Literature And Culture Studies ........ 261
• Economics ..................................................... 262
• English........................................................... 266
• Fine Arts ........................................................ 268
• French ........................................................... 269
• History ........................................................... 272
• International Development Studies................ 274
• Law In Society ............................................... 274
• Multimedia Studies ........................................ 275
• Philosophy ..................................................... 277
• Political Science ............................................ 278
• Psychology .................................................... 280
• Sociology ....................................................... 282
• Women's Studies........................................... 283
• Concurrent Degree Programs ....................... 284
• Certificate In Family Violence Issues............. 286
• Certificate In Film Production ........................ 286
• Certificate Of Proficiency In French ............... 286
• Arts And Law ................................................. 286
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Certificate In Holistic Care............................. 318
Certificate In Mental Health Nursing.............. 318
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Leadership (Renaissance College)......................319
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Certificate In Computer Telephony
Integration...................................................... 301
Certificate In Software Development ............. 301
Biology Option ............................................... 326
Chemistry Option........................................... 328
Environmental Biology Option ....................... 330
Environmental Geochemistry Option............. 330
Geology Option ............................................. 331
Mathematics And Statistics Options.............. 333
Physics Option .............................................. 335
Psychology Option ........................................ 337
Interdepartmental Programs.......................... 338
General Science Option ................................ 341
Bachelor Of Medical Laboratory Science ...... 341
Joint Program In Arts And Science................ 341
Concurrent Degrees ...................................... 341
Co-op Education Programs in Engineering ... 344
Chemical Engineering ................................... 345
Civil Engineering ........................................... 348
Computer Engineering .................................. 350
Electrical Engineering.................................... 352
Geodesy & Geomatics Engineering .............. 354
Geological Engineering ................................. 357
Mechanical Engineering ................................ 359
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Bachelor Of Education .........................................302
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Certificate In French Immersion Teaching..... 310
Certificate in Teaching English as a
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Diploma In Advanced
Undergraduate Study ................................... 311
Environmental Studies Programs ....................... 311
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Bachelor Of Science In Software
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Aboriginal Studies ................................................376
Anthropology........................................................377
Arts.......................................................................381
Astronomy ............................................................381
Biology .................................................................381
Bridging Year For Aboriginal Students.................387
Business Administration.......................................387
Chemical Engineering..........................................394
Chemistry .............................................................399
Chinese ................................................................402
Civil Engineering ..................................................402
Classics And Ancient History ...............................406
Computer Engineering .........................................409
Computer Science................................................410
Economics ...........................................................415
Education .............................................................420
Electrical Engineering ..........................................431
English .................................................................434
Environmental Studies ........................................438
Family Violence Issues ........................................439
Fine Arts...............................................................440
Forest Engineering...............................................441
Forestry ................................................................443
French ..................................................................448
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Geodesy & Geomatics Engineering .....................454
Geography ...........................................................458
Geological Engineering........................................458
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Greek .................................................................. 464
History ................................................................. 464
International Development Studies ..................... 477
Japanese............................................................. 477
Kinesiology.......................................................... 478
Latin .................................................................... 482
Law...................................................................... 483
Law In Society ..................................................... 483
Linguistics ........................................................... 483
Mathematics........................................................ 483
Mechanical Engineering...................................... 487
Multimedia Studies.............................................. 493
Nursing................................................................ 495
Philosophy........................................................... 500
Physics................................................................ 502
Political Science .................................................. 506
Psychology.......................................................... 512
Recreation And Sports Studies ........................... 516
Renaissance College .......................................... 519
Russian ............................................................... 521
Russian And Eurasian Studies............................ 522
Science ............................................................... 522
Sociology............................................................. 523
Software Engineering.......................................... 528
Spanish And Latin American Cultures ................ 528
Statistics.............................................................. 531
Technology Management and
Entrepreneurship................................................. 533
Women's Studies ................................................ 534
World Literature And Culture Studies.................. 534
PEOPLE AT UNB
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK
BOARD OF GOVERNORS, 2003-2004
Ex Officio Members
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Chancellor: Dr. Richard J. Currie, CM, BScChE, MBA, LLD, DSc
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President and Vice-Chancellor: John D. McLaughlin, BScE, MScE, PhD, PEng
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Vice-President (Academic): Angelo N. Belcastro, BA, BPE, MSc, PhD
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Vice-President (Finance and Administration): Daniel V. Murray, BComm, CA
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Vice-President (Research): Gregory S. Kealey, BA, MA, PhD, FRSC, FRHistS
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Vice-President(Saint John): Kathryn E. Hamer, BA, MA, PhD
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Mayor of Fredericton: His Worship L.I. Hull, Bachelor of Teaching
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Mayor of Saint John: Her Worship Shirley McAlary
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Director of Alumni Affairs: Mark Hazlett, BPE, MPE
Members Appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor-In-Council
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Edward F. Boswell, BScF, MBA, DSc, Toronto, Ont.
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George C. Estey, BS, MBA, Toronto, Ont.
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R. Roxanne Fairweather, BA, Saint John, N.B.
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J. Robert Howie Q.C., P.C., BA, LLB, Fredericton, N.B.
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John S. Little, BSc (Honours), PhD, DSc, Linville, N.C.
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Kathryn McCain, BA, Toronto, Ont.
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Nancy McFadyen, BA, Toronto, Ont.
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David O'Brien Q.C., BBA, LLB, MScBA, Florenceville, N.B. (CHAIR)
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Georges Roy, BScEng, PEng, Edmundston, N.B.
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David Stevenson, BBA, CA, FCA, Moncton, N.B. (VICE-CHAIR)
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Brian E.H. Baxter, BA, Moncton, N.B.
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David A. Ganong, BBA, MBA, St. Stephen, N.B.
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Pauline Lordon, BA, BEd, Miramichi, N.B.
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Anne-Marie McGrath, BA, BEd, MEd, Saint John, N.B.
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G. Wayne Squibb, BA, Toronto, Ont.
Members Elected by Alumni and Alumnae
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Margie Gregg, BA, Fredericton, N.B.
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Sally McAllister, BA, BEd, Fredericton, N.B.
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Marti-Lou Neill, BA, Fredericton, N.B.
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Kevin Ratcliff, BA, LLB, B.C.L., Montreal, PQ
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Richard Scott Q.C., BBA, LLB, Fredericton, N.B.
Members Elected by the Faculty
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Barry G. Bisson, BScE, MScE, MBA, PEng, (Fredericton Campus)
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Roberta Clark, RN (Dip), BN, MN,(Saint John Campus)
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Thomas Kuttner, BA, MA, LLB, LLM, (Fredericton Campus)
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Constantine Passaris, BA, MA, PhD, (Fredericton Campus)
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Rod Hill, BA, Diploma, MA, PhD, (Saint John Campus)
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Demetres Tryphonopoulos, BA, MA, PhD, (Fredericton Campus)
Members Elected by the Student Body
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John E. Campbell, McAdam, N.B. (Fredericton Campus)
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Milan V, Chotai, BSc, Oromocto, N.B. (Fredericton Campus)
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Kelly Griffith, Saint John, N.B. (Saint John Campus)
Member Elected by the New Brunswick Teachers' Association
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Frank Brian Bawn, BEd, MEd, PhD, Fredericton, N.B.
Governors Emeriti
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M. Louise Lynch, QC, BCL, LLD, DCL, Ottawa, Ont.
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M. Patrick Gillin, BSc, BScE, DSc, Ottawa, Ont.
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Reginald E. Tweeddale, BEng, DSc, PEng, Fredericton, N.B.
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Thomas J. Condon, BA, MA, PhD, Saint John, N.B.
Secretary
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Stephen Strople, BA, MA
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FREDERICTON SENATE
2003-2004
EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS
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The President, J. D. McLaughlin, BScE, MScE, PhD, PEng
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Vice-President (Academic),
A. N. Belcastro, BA, BPE, MSc, PhD
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Vice-President (Finance & Administration),
D. V. Murray, BComm, CA
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Vice-President (Research), G. S. Kealey, BA, MA, PhD
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Vice-President (Saint John), K. E. Hamer, BA, MA, PhD
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President, St. Thomas University,
D. W. OBrien, BComm, MSW, DSW
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Dean of Administration: Dan Coleman, BA, PhD
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Dean of Arts: J. E. Rowcroft, BSc, MSc, PhD
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Dean of Computer Science: V. Bhavsar, BEng, MTech, PhD
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Acting Dean of Education: M. Cashion, BSc, BA, MEd
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Dean of Engineering:
David Coleman, BScE, MScE, PhD, PEng
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Dean of Forestry & Environmental Management:
D. MacLean, BSc, PhD
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Dean of Graduate Studies: G. Davies, BA, CertEd, MA, PhD
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Dean of Kinesiology: C. L. Stevenson, BSc, MA, MPE, PhD
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Dean of Law: A. La Forest, BA, LLB, LLM
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Dean of Nursing: C. H. Gibson, BN, MScN, PhD
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Acting Dean of Renaissance College
P. Zundel, BScF, MScF, PhD
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Dean of Science: A. R. Sharp, BSc, MSc, PhD
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Acting Director of Student Affairs & Services
A. Forrestall, BA, MA
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Director of Alumni Affairs:M. Hazlett, BPE, MPE
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Director of the College of Extended Learning:
J. Potter, BSc, MAdEd, EdD
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Director of Libraries (Fredericton): J. Teskey, BA, MLS
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Registrar (Fredericton): D. J. Hinton BSc, MSc
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Secretary of the Senate (non-voting):S. Strople, BA, MA
THE ELECTED FACULTY MEMBERS OF THE BOARD
(FREDERICTON)
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B. Bisson, BScE, MScE, MBA
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T. Kuttner, BA, MA, LLB, LLM
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C. Passaris, BA, MA, PhD
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D. Tryphonopoulos, BA, MA, PhD
TWO MEMBERS APPOINTED BY THE BOARD FROM THE
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD EXCLUSIVE OF THE ELECTED
FACULTY MEMBERS OF THE BOARD
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S. McAllister, BA, BEd
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J. Robert Howie Q.C., P.C.
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Faculty of
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Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Computer
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J.A. Roy, BPR, MBA, PhD
G. Campbell BA, MA, PhD
P. Kent, BA, BEd, MScEcon, PhD
E. Plaice, BA, MA, PhD
A. Reid, BA, MA, PhD
W.C. van den Hoonaard, BA, MA,PhD
G. Dueck, BSc, MSc, PhD
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H. W. Ott, BA, MA, PhD
M.F. Couturier, BSc, MSc, PhD,PEng
Eldo Hildebrand, BASc, PhD, PEng
M. C. Ircha, BSc, MPI, MPA, NDC,
PhD, PEng
Faculty of Forestry and • Thomas Beckley, AB, MS, PhD
Environmental
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Faculty of Kinesiology • P.H. Wright, BA, BPE, MS, EdD
Faculty of Law
• D. J. Fleming, BA, LLB, LLB
Faculty of Nursing
• M.L. Oullet, BSN, MSN
Renaissance College • J. Pazienza, BA, MEd, PhD
Faculty of Science
• B. Broster, BSc, PhD
• A. Hamza, BSc, MSc, PhD
• S. M. Mattar, BSc, MSc, PhD
• R. J. McKellar, BMath, MMath, PhD
LIBRARY REPRESENTATIVE
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J. Moss, BA, MLS
SIX FACULTY MEMBERS ELECTED AT-LARGE
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E. Aubanel, BSc, PhD
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A. Ghorbani, BS, MS, PhD
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B. Lowry, BASc, MASc, PhD
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R. Tervo, BSc, MSc, PhD
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Elected At-Large:
Part-time Student
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Graduate Student
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Todd Pitre
Chris Moran
Alyson Mercer
Desmond Lockhart (2 year term)
Jeanette Robertson
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PEOPLE AT UNB
SAINT JOHN SENATE
2003-2004
EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS
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President (Chair of Senate):
J.D.McLaughlin, BScE, MScE, PhD, PEng
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Vice-President (Saint John) (Vice-Chair of Senate):
K.E. Hamer, BA, MA, PhD
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Vice-President (Academic):
A. N. Belcastro, BA, BPE, MSc, PhD
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Vice-President (Finance & Administration):
D. V. Murray, CA, BComm
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Vice-President (Research): G. S. Kealey, BA, MA, PhD
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Associate Vice-President (Saint John):
M. Kabir, BA, MA, MA, PhD
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Dean of Graduate Studies: G. Davies, BA, CertEd, MA, PhD
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Dean, Faculty of Arts: R. MacKinnon, BA, MA, PhD
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Dean, Faculty of Business: S.Rinehart, BA, MBA, PhD
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Dean, Faculty of Science, Applied Science & Engineering:
K. DeBell, BSc, MSc, PhD
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Registrar (Saint John)[Acting]:
M. Murphy, BBA
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Director, Information Services & Systems (Saint John):
S. Collins, BA, MLS
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Director, Student Life & Support Services:
R. Papenhausen, BSc, BEd, MA, PhD
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S. DeVarenne, BSc
ELECTED FACULTY MEMBERS OF THE BOARD
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R. Clark, RN (Dip), BN, MN
R. Hill, BA, Diploma, MA, PhD
OFFICERS OF THE
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John D. McLaughlin, BScE, MScE, PhD, PEng
Vice-President (Academic):
Angelo Belcastro, BA, BPE, MSc , PhD (effective July 1,
2003)
Vice-President (Finance and Administration):
Daniel V. Murray, CA, BComm
Vice-President (Research ):
Dr. Gregory S. Kealey, BA, MA, PhD, FRSC, FRHistS
Vice-President (Saint John):
Kathryn B. Hamer, BA, MA, PhD (effective July 1, 2003)
Assistant Vice-President (Saint John) (Financial &
Administrative Services): Christopher Callbeck, BBA, CA
Assoc Vice-President (Campus Services and Planning):
Michael Ryan, BEng, MCP, PEng
Assoc. Vice-President (Academic/Students):
Michael C. Ircha, BSc, MPI, MPA, NDC, PhD, PEng
Assoc. V-P (Human Resources and Organizational
Development): Peter McDougall, BA, MIR, CHRP
Assoc. Vice-President (Saint John): Muhammed Kabir, BA,
MA, MA, PhD
Comptroller and Director of Financial Services:
Larry J. Guitard, BA, LLB, CA
Director of Information Services & Systems (Saint John):
Susan Collins, BA, MLS
Director of Libraries (Fredericton): John Teskey, BA, MLS
Registrar (Fredericton): David J. Hinton, BSc, MSc
Acting Registrar (Saint John): Margaret Murphy, BA
University Secretary: Stephen Strople, BA, MA
ONE MEMBER APPOINTED BY AND FROM MEMBERS OF
THE BOARD EXCLUSIVE OF ELECTED FACULTY MEMBERS
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Kelly Griffith
FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES: ELECTED BY FACULTIES
Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Business
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L. Chalmers, BA, MA, PhD
L. Jeffrey, BA, MA, PhD
C. Hurley, BA, MBA
M. Mendelson, BA, MSc
L. Garey, BSc, MA, PhD
R. Prasad, BScE, MTech,
MScE, PhD
FREDERICTON
Faculty of Administration:
Daniel Coleman, BA, PhD
Faculty of Arts:
John Rowcroft, BSc, MSc, PhD
Faculty of Computer
Science:
Virendra Bhasvar, BEng, MTech, PhD
Faculty of Education:
Marian Small, BA, MA, EdD
Faculty of Engineering:
David Coleman, BScE, MScE, PhD, PEng
School of Graduate
Studies:
Gwendolyn Davies, BA, Cert.Ed, MA, PhD
NINE FACULTY MEMBERS ELECTED AT-LARGE
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T. Alderson, BSc, MSc, PhD
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S. Bell, BA, MA, PhD
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J. Dunstan, BBA, LLB
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J. Frooman, BS, BA, MA, MBA
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R. Gupta, BSc, MSc, MA, PhD
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R. Humphries, GRIC, MSc, MA, PhD
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M. Jones, BA, MA, PhD
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N. Logue, BN, MN
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Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental
Management:
Ian Smith, BScCE, MSc, PhD
(Acting)
Faculty of Kinesiology:
Christopher Stevenson, BSc, MA, MPE,
PhD
Faculty of Law:
Philip L. Bryden, BA, BA, BCL, LLM
ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVE
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Carey Ryan, BA, MEd
Faculty of Arts:
Robert MacKinnon, BA, MA, PhD
Faculty of Business:
Shelley Rinehart, BBA, MBA, PhD
THREE STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES ELECTED AT-LARGE
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Sandra Hachey
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Ronald Barry
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Angela Sherman
Faculty of Science,
Applied Science, and
Engineering:
Keith De'Bell, BSc, MSc, PhD
Faculty of Science, Applied
Science & Engineering
Faculty of Nursing:
Cheryl Gibson, BN, MScN, PhD
Renaissance College:
Pierre Zundel, BScF, MScF, PhD (Acting)
Faculty of Science:
Allan Sharp, BSc, MSc, PhD
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PEOPLE AT UNB
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
FREDERICTON
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Alumni Affairs: Mark Hazlett, BPE, MPE, Executive Director
Art Centre: Marie Maltais, BA, MA, AOCA, Director
Athletics:
Clint Hamilton, BEd, MEd, Director Athletics/Aitken Centre
Bookstore: Sharon Fillmore, Manager
Campus Services and Planning:
Michael Ryan, BEng, MCP, PEng, Associate Vice-President
Centre for Musical Arts:
Richard A. Hornsby, BMus, MMus, Director of Music
College of Extended Learning:
Judith Potter,BSc, MAdEd, EdD, Director
Counselling: Reg Craft, BA, MA, PhD, Director
Development and Donor Relations:
Susan Montague, BA, MSEd, Director
Financial Aid: Shelley Clayton, Director
Financial Services
• Cindy M. Flann, BBA, CGA, Assistant Comptroller-Operations
• Larry J. Guitard, BA, LLB, CA, Comptroller and Director
• Trevor Gonnason, CMA, Director, Budget and Risk
• Management Ernest A. Robinson, BBA, CMA, Director of
Fin. Acting and Reporting Serv.
Human Resources and Organizational Development:
Peter McDougall, BA, MIR, CHRP, Assoc. VP
Institutional Research and Analysis, Office of:
Averlyn Pedro, BA, MA, MEd, Ed.D, Co-ordinator
Integrated Technology Services:
• Greg L. Sprague, BSc, MSc, Executive Director
• John Webster, BA, Director ITS, & Director of Web &
Instruct. Support Svcs
• Stephen Rosenfeld, BSc, Director ITS Head Hall
International Student Advisor: Kay Nandlall, BA, MEd
Physical Plant: Michael Carter, PEng, Director
President's Office:
Exec.Secretary/Assistant to President: Trudy Abernethy
Registrar's Office:
• David J. Hinton, BSc, MSc, Registrar
• Shirley Carroll, BEd, MEd, Associate Registrar Admissions and Enrolment
• Jean E. Fisher, BA, Associate Registrar - Administrative
Systems & Services
• Kathy Waugh, BBA, Assistant Registrar - Undergraduate
Awards
Research and Development Services:
Dwight Ball, BSc, MSc, Executive Director
Residential Life and Conference Services:
• John Craighead, Assoc. Director (Residential Life)
• Michel Ouellette, BA, MA, PhD, Director
Safety: Patricia A. Burrows, BSc, Safety Coordinator
Security and Traffic: Reg Jerrett, BA, Director
Student Employment Service:
Lois Clowater, BBA, MEd (Adult Educ.), Director
Student Health Services:
H. Ross Myers, BSc, MD, Medical Director
Student Affairs and Services:
Anne Forrestall, BA, MA, Acting Director
Student Recruitment and Integrated Marketing:
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University Secretariat:
Stephen Strople, BA, MA, University Secretary
Wu Conference Centre: Margot Young, BEd, Director
SAINT JOHN
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David Emerson, BAA, EcD, Director
Alumni: Mary Duffley, BPR, Coordinator
Associate Vice-President's Office:
• Barry Beckett, BSc, DipEd, PhD, Senior Advisor
Internationalization
• Robert Chanteloup, BA, MA, PhD, Senior International
Advisor
Athletics: Monique Allain, BEd, MSc, Director
Bookstore: Pat Joas, Manager
Community Relations: Gina Wilkins, BA, Director
Electronic Commerce Centre:
Paul Pirie, BA, MA, PhD, Director
Faculty of Education Co-ordinator
Neil H. Scott, BA, BEd, MEd, PhD
Financial and Administrative Services:
Christopher Callbeck, BBA, CA, Assistant Vice-President
Health Sciences Coordinator: TBA
Information Services & Systems:
Susan Collins, BA, MLS, Director
Integrated Technology Services:
Steven Osborne, BScCS, MScCS, Director, Computing Services
International Liaison Office:
Peter Donahue, BA, Acting Director
International Recruitment Centre:
Walter Lee, BA, Acting Manager
Math Help Centre: Thanaa Anis Kamel, BSc, Director
Partnerships and Innovation:
Jana Comeau, BSSc, MBA, Director
Registrar's Office:
• Margaret V. Murphy, BBA, Acting Registrar (Saint John)
• Susan Ellis-Loparco, BScPE, MBA, Associate Registrar
(Admissions)
Research Services:
• Paule Laberge, BA, MA, PhD, Research Development Officer
• Richard Stevens, BSc, MBA, Associate Director - Industry
and Government Services
Residence: Shirley Gardiner, Manager
Safety and Security: Joanne Croft, Manager
Saint John College:
Debra MacLatchy, BSc, PhD, Acting Director
Senate Office:
• Sarah DeVarenne, BSc, Associate University Secretary
• Stephen Strople, BA, MA, University Secretary
Student Services: Kevin Bonner, BA, MEd, Acting Director
Vice President's Office:
• Nancy Waugh, Assistant to the Vice-President
• Sarah DeVarenne, BSc, Project Administrator
Ward Chipman Library: Susan Collins, BA, MLS, Chief
Librarian
Web Services: John Webster, BA, Director Isil Flynn, BA,
Web Manager
PEOPLE AT UNB
EMERITUS HONOREES
President Emeritus:
Colin B. Mackay, O.C., Q.C., BA, LLB, DCL, DésL, DEd, LLD
Chancellor Emerita:
Lady Aitken, LLD
Vice-President (Academic) Emeritus:
Robert E. Burridge, BScE, MS, PhD, Peng
Vice-President (Finance and Administration) Emeritus:
James O'Sullivan, BBA, LLD
Vice-President (Saint John) Emeritus:
Thomas J. Condon, BA, MA, PhD
Vice-President (Research and International Cooperation)
Emeritus:
Frank Wilson, BScE, MScE, PhD, FCAE, FCSCE, FEIC, P.Eng
Professors and Deans Emeriti
• Faig, Wolfgang, Dipl Ing, MscE, DrIng, PEng
• Methven, Ian, BScF, PhD
• Nair, K. P. K., BE, MTech, PhD
• Unger, Israel, BSc, MSc, PhD
• Wasson, W. Dana, BSc(EE), SM, PhD
Professors Emeriti
• Acheson, T. William, BA, MA, PhD - History
• Alcoe, Shirley, BA, BEd, MA, MEd, EdD - Nursing
• Allardyce, Gilbert D., BA, MA, PhD - History
• Bottomley, Frank, BSc, MSc, PhD, DSc, FCICChemistry
• Brown, Wallace, BA, MA, MA, PhD - History
• Buckner, Phillip, BA, PhD-History
• Burt, Michael D. B., BSc, PhD, FLS - Biology
• Cameron, Ann C, BA, MA, PhD-Psychology
• Cameron, Ian R., BSc, PhD - Physics, Saint John
• Chrzanowski, Adam J., BScE, MScE, Dr Ing - Geodesy
and Geomatics Engineering
• Cogswell, Frederick W., OC, BA, MA, PhD - English
• Davies, Huw, BSc, PhD, PEng - Mechanical
Engineering
• Eppert, Franz, Wissenschaftliche Profong fur das
Lehramt an Hoheren Scholen, Zweite Philologische
Staatsprufung, DPhil - Culture and Language Studies
• Ericson, Penelope, BScN, MScN - Nursing
• Forbes, Ernest, BA, BEd, MA, PhD - History
• Gibbs, Robert J., BA, MA, PhD - English
• Graham, Dominick S., BA, MA, PhD - History
• Grein, Friedrich, BSc, MSc , PhD, FCIC - Chemistry
• Hamilton, Angus C., BASc, MASc - Surveying
Engineering
• Hamilton, Willis D., BA, MA, BEd - Education
• Hawkes, Robert E., BA, BEd, MA - Education
• Kaiser, Reinhold, BSc, MSc, PhD - Physics Kelly,
Ronald B., BSc, MSc, PhD - Chemistry, Saint John
• Kelly, Ronald B., BSc, MSc, PhD - Chemistry, Saint
John
• Krause, Margarida, Licenciature, MSc, PhD - Biology
• Lane, Lauriat, Jr., AB, MA, PhD, FRSC - English
• Leckie, Irene, BScN, MSN - Nursing
• Lees, Ronald, BSc, MSc, PhD - Physics
• Levine, Aaron Lawrence, BA, MA, PhD - Economics
• Logan, Alan, BSc, PhD - Physical Sciences, Saint John
• London, J. Dalton G., BA, MA, D d'U - Education
• Love, Robert J., BA, MA, BPaed, DEd, LLD - Education
• MacIver, Donald A., BEd, MEd, PhD - Educational
Foundations
• MacKeracher, Dorothy, BSc, MEd, PhD - Education
• McAllister, Arnold L., BSc, MSc, PhD, FRSC - Geology
• McDonnell, Paul M., BA, MA, PhD - Psychology
• McFarlane, Howard W., BSc, MSE - Civil Engineering
• McLaughlin, Robert H.B., BScE, MScE, Bldg Eng - Civil
Engineering
• Milham, Mary Ella, BA, MA, PhD - Classics
• Morris, David, BSc, PhD - Chemical Engineering
• Paim, Uno, BA, PhD - Biology
• Picot, Jules J. C., BE, MSc, PhD - Chemical
Engineering
• Powell, Graham, BSc, Msc, PhD - Forestry &
Environmental Management
• Poyatos, Fernando, BA, MA, PhD - Spanish
• Pullman, Douglas R., BEd, MA, PhD - Sociology
• Rowan, Donald F., BA, BA, MA, PhD - English
• Scott, Robert N., BSc , DSc - Electrical Engineering
• Shyu, Larwrence N., BA, MA, PhD - History
• Smith, Beverley G., BCL - Law
• Stevens, Albert M., BScE, MScE - Civil Engineering
• Stirling, Mary Lou, BA, MEd, EdD - Education
• Thomas, Martin L. H., Bsc, MSA, PhD - Biology, Saint
John
• Tupper, Brian O.J., BSc, PhD, DSc, FIMA Mathematics and Statistics
• Valenta, Zdenek, Dipl. Ing. Chem., MSc, PhD Chemistry
• Vanicek, Petr, MEng, PhD, DSc, - Geodesy &
Geomatics Engineering
• Venart, James, BASc, PhD - Mechanical Engineering
• Verma, Ram D., BSc, MSc, PhD- Physics
• Wells, David E., BSc, BASc, MASc, PhD, PEng Geodesy and Geomatics Eng
• Young, D. Murray, BA, PhD - History
Librarian Emerita Gunn, Gertrude E., BA, MA, MLS, PhD
Registrar Emeritus: Beckett, Barry, BSc, Dip Ed, Phd
Resident Fellow Emeritus: MacGill, Neil, BA, MA - Philosophy
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PEOPLE AT UNB
RESEARCH INSTITUTES AND CENTRES
FREDERICTON
Cooperative Fish and
Wildlife Research Unit
• Diamond, Antony BA (Cantab), MSc,
Atlantic Cooperative
PhD (Aberd.), Prof and Senior Chair /
Wildlife Ecology Research
Director
Network
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Arp,
Paul A., BSC (Car), PhD (McG.),
Avenor-Noranda Forest
Director
Centre for Watershed
Conservation & Mgmt
• Bush, Greg, BA, Dip O/P (Clin)
Biomedical Engineering,
CP(C), Research Prosthetist
Institute of
• Englehart, Kevin, BScE, MScE, PhD
(UNB), Assoc. Prof. and Assoc. Dir.
• Hudgins, Bernard S., BScE, MScE
(UNB), PEng, Prof. and Director
• Kyberd, Peter, BSc (Durh.), MSc,
PhD (S'ton), Assoc. Prof., and Canada
Research Chair
• Paasche, Per E., BSc (Dal), MEng
(TUNS), PEng, Project Engineer
• Hill, Wendy, BScOT (Dal), Res.
Occupational Therapist
• Hughes, Glen, BSc (UNB), PEng,
Project Engineer
• Chrzanowski, Adam, Dipl. Eng.,
Canadian Centre for
MSc, PhD (Krakow), PEng, Director
Geodetic Engineering
• Ma, Renjun, BS, MSc (Wuhan), PhD
(UBC), Asst Prof (Joint Math) - 2000
• Sloat, Elizabeth, BEd, MEd, PhD
(McG.), Asst Prof
Canadian Research
Institute for Social Policy • Willms, Jon Douglas, Beng (RMC),
MA (UBC), MSc, PhD (Stanford),
Prof and Director & Can. Research
Chair
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Curry,
R. Allen, Hons. BES (Wat),
Canadian Rivers Institute
MSc (Trent), PhD (Guelph), Acting
Director
• Cunjak, Richard, BSc (Guelph), MSc
(Nfld), PhD (Wat), Past Director
• Munkittrick, Kelly, BSc, MSc
(Guelph), PhD (Wat), Assoc Director
CADMI - Microelectronics • Lewis, Eugene, BScE (UNB), PhD
(UBC), PEng - Electrical Eng,
Centre
Director
Centre for Conflict Studies • Charters, David, BA, MA (UNB),
PhD (Lond), Director
Centre for Entrepreneurial • Brown, Dannie, B.Ed., M.Ed., M.B.A,
Director
Leadership
• Brown, Dannie, B.Ed., M.Ed.,
Centre for International
M.B.A., Director
Business Studies
Centre for Nuclear Energy • Olmstead, Roy, BSc, MSc, General
Manager
Research
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Ian, BScF (UNB), PhD
Centre for Property Studies
(Duke), Director
• Culver, Keith, BA (Vic.BC), MA
Centre for Social
(McM), PhD (Guelph-McM), Assoc
Innovation Research
Prof & Director
Construction Technology • Rankin, Jeff H., BScE, MScE (UNB),
PhD (UBC), PEng, Exec. Director
Centre Atlantic Inc.
Dr. Jack McKenzie
Limerick Pulp & Paper
Research and Education
Centre
Early Childhood Centre
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Electronic Text Centre:
Enterprise UNB
Environment and
Sustainable Development
Research Centre
Information Technology
Centre
• Forbes, Graham J., BA (York), MA,
PhD (Wat), Assoc Prof and Dir, Joint
Forestry and Science
• Ni, Yonghao, BEng (Northwest Inst of
Light Industry), MEng, PhD (McG.),
Director, Prof. & Canada Research
Chair
• Whitty, Pam, BA (McM), BEd, MEd
(UNB), EdD (Maine), Prof & Director
• Burk, Allan, BA (Hanover), MA, PhD
(Brown), MLS (UWO), Director
• Director, TBA
• Davies, Jessie, BA (Cornell), MPhil
(Camb.), Director
• Nickerson, Bradford G., BScE, MScE
(UNB), PhD (Rensselaer Polyt Inst),
Director
• Cunjak, Rick, BSc (Guelph), MSc
(Nfld), PhD (Wat), Prof and Chair
Meighen/Molson
Professorship in Atlantic
Salmon Research
Mi'kmaq-Maliseet Institute • Leavitt, Robert, BA, MAT (Harv),
Director
Muriel McQueen Ferguson • Director, TBA
Centre for Family Violence • Arsenault, Rina, BA, MSW
(Moncton), Associate Director
Research
New Brunswick Centre for • Steve Pierce, Executive Director
Educational
Administration
Nexfor/Bowater Forest
Watershed Research
Centre
Planetary & Space Science
Centre
Second Language
Education Centre
Sir James Dunn Wildlife
Research Centre
• Meng, Fan-Rui, BS, MS (Northeast
Forestry Univ.), PhD (UNB), Asst
Prof and Director
• Spray, John G., BSc (Cardiff), PhD
(Camb), Prof & Director
• Rehorick, Sally, BA, MA (Alta), DA
(Grenoble), CAS (Harv), Director
• Forbes, Graham J., BA (York), MA,
PhD(Wat), Prof and Dir, Joint
Forestry and Science
Teaching and Learning
Centre
Wood Science and
Technology Centre
• Co-ordinator, TBA
SAINT JOHN
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(Brighton Poly), PEng, Prof and A/
Director
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• Munkittrick, Kelly, BSc, MSc
(Guelph), PhD (Wat), Assoc Director
Centre for Coastal Studies • Litvak, Matthew K., BSc (York),
MSc, PhD (Tor.), Director
and Aquaculture
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Paul
Gendreau, BA, MA (OH), PhD
Centre for Criminal Justice
(Qu.),
Director
Studies
• Pirie, Paul, BA (Tor), MA (Alta), PhD
Electronic Commerce
(London), Director
Centre
• MacLatchy, Debra, BSc (Acad.), PhD
Saint John College
(Manit.), Acting Director
Canadian Rivers Institute
PEOPLE AT UNB
ALLAN P. STUART EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING
RECIPIENTS OF THE AWARD
ENCAENIA 2003:
• Kathleen Berry (Education, F)
• Constantine Passaris (Economics, F)
SPRING
CONVOCATION
2003:
• Jim Kierfer (Biology, SJ)
• Sarah Maier (English, SJ)
FALL
CONVOCATION
2001:
SPRING
CONVOCATION
1986:
• Pete McGahan (Dean of Faculty, SJ)
ENCAENIA 1986:
• Jillian Sullivan
(Mathematics & Stats, F)
• E.W. (Ted) Robak (Forestry &
Environmental Management,F)
• Barry Bisson (Engineering, F)
ENCAENIA 1985:
• Wiktor Askanas (Administration, F)
• Arun J. Valsangkar
(Civil Engineering, F)
FALL
CONVOCATION
2000:
• Dianna Austin (English, F)
• Thom Erdle (Forestry &
Environmental Management, F)
ENCAENIA 1984:
• David Rehorick (Sociology, F)
• Beverly G. Smith (Law, F)
ENCAENIA 1983:
FALL
CONVOCATION
1999:
• Lilly Both (Psychology, SJ)
• Paul McDonnell (Psychology, F)
• Reavley Gair (English, F)
• G. Charles Kunn (Political Science, F)
ENCAENIA 1982:
• Daniel M. Hurley (Law, F)
• Linda A. Parker (Psychology, SJ)
FALL
CONVOCATION
1998:
• Ruth Shaw (Math, Stats and CS, SJ)
• Stephen Ross (Physics, F)
ENCAENIA 1981:
• Kevin Halcrow (Biology, SJ)
• Howard McFarlane
(Civil Engineering, F)
FALL
CONVOCATION
1997:
• Kate Frego (Biology, SJ)
• Wendy Robbins (English, F)
ENCAENIA 1980:
• Clayton R. Lewis (Mathematics, F)
• C. Shirley MacLeod (Nursing, F)
FALL
CONVOCATION
1996:
• Judy Buchanan (Nursing, SJ)
• James Murray (Classics & Ancient
History, F)
ENCAENIA 1979:
• Thomas A. Austin
(Computer Science, F)
• Daniel M. Keppie (Biology and
Forestry, F)
ENCAENIA 1995:
• Gracie Getty (Nursing, F)
• Steven Turner (History, F)
ENCAENIA 1978:
• Verne M. Ireton
(Mechanical Engineering, F)
• Ronald M. Lees (Physics, F)
ENCAENIA 1977:
• Gilbert Allardyce (History, F)
• Wilfred B. W. Martin (Sociology, F)
ENCAENIA 1976:
• Sidney I. Pobihushchy
(Political Science, F)
• Joanne E. Harris (Mathematics, SJ)
ENCAENIA 1975:
• Leonard C. Smith (Classics, F)
• Lawrence E.Garey (Mathematics, SJ)
ENCAENIA 1974:
• William Y. Smith (Economics, F)
• Zdenek Valenta (Chemistry, F)
ENCAENIA 1973:
• Allan P. Stuart (Chemistry, F)
• R. Wayne Jollineau (Administration,
F)
SPRING
CONVOCATION
1994:
• Mohammad Hamdan (Mathematics,
Stats & CS, SJ)
ENCAENIA 1994:
• Lesley Fleming (Biology, F)
SPRING
CONVOCATION
1993:
• Robert Chanteloup (Sociology, SJ)
FALL
CONVOCATION
1992:
• Philip Wright (Administration, F)
ENCAENIA 1992:
• Barbara Trenholm (Administration, F)
ENCAENIA 1991:
• William Mullin (Biology, F)
• Roger Ploude (English, F)
ENCAENIA 1990:
• William Chernoff (Mathematics &
Stats)
• Byron Walton (Engineering, SJ)
ENCAENIA 1989:
• Jane M. Fritz (Computer Science, F)
• Friedrich Grien (Chemistry, F)
ENCAENIA 1988:
• Teresa Killoran (Education, F)
James M. Tolliver (Administration, F)
ENCAENIA 1987:
• Barbara MacKinnon (Biology, F)
Donald F. Rowan (English, F)
FALL
CONVOCATION
1972:
• Leonard P.Edwards (Mathematics, F)
• Barbara J. Pepperdene (Sociology, F)
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PEOPLE AT UNB
THE ASSOCIATED ALUMNI
The Associated Alumni was founded in 1862 for "the advancement of the
interests of the University of New Brunswick by all honourable means."
Its membership consists of all those who have attended at least one
semester at UNB and numbers over 40,000.
THE ALUMNI COUNCIL
Each spring the membership of the Associated Alumni elects a
representative group of individuals to act as a council for the Alumni
Association. This council meets at least three times a year and conducts
the business of the Associated Alumni through various committees.
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OTHER MEMBERS
The Office of Alumni Affairs, an office of the University, works with the
Council of the Associated Alumni in attaining its objectives.
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The Association strives to enhance the image of the University in
the eyes of the general public.
The Association is a liaison between the University administration
and the student body.
The Association fosters good relations among the student body, the
Fredericton and Saint John communities and the Alumni
Association.
The Association endeavours to make students' stay at UNB as
rewarding as possible, developing an "Alumni conscious" student
body.
The Association assists the University in its fund raising activities
with (a) governments, (b) private corporations and (c) individuals, be
they Alumni or others.
The Association encourages, through personal contact and through
its scholarship program, top-quality prospective students to attend
UNB and maintains an interest in their welfare during their
University careers.
MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATED ALUMNI COUNCIL
Following are the names of the current members of the Associated
Alumni Council:
EXECUTIVE
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President: Carey A. Ryan, BA'70, MEd'79, Saint John
Vice-president: Barry Beckett, PhD'70, Saint John
Treasurer: Marti-Lou Neill, BA'69, Fredericton
Secretary: Kathie Brien, BBA'67, Saint John
Executive Member at Large: Gary Lawson, BBA76-SJ, LLB79, Saint
John
Immediate Past President: Richard J. Scott Q.C., BBA'74, LLB'76,
Fredericton
REPRESENTATIVES TO BOARD OF GOVERNORS
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Sally W. McAllister, BA'72, BEd'73, Fredericton
Kevin K. Ratcliff, BBA'82, Montreal
Richard J. Scott, Q.C., BBA'74, LLB'76, Fredericton
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Eric Burchill , BBA'92, Halifax
Jeff Clark, BSc97, BBA98, Montreal
Kevin Ferguson , BBA'92, BA'93, Natick, Mass.
Carol Foley, BBA'83, London, Ont.
Larry Hachey, BBA'87, Quispamsis, N.B.
Lynn A. Hruczkowski, BA'82, Edmonton
Jill Jollineau, Class of 75, MEd02, Saint John
David T. Le Blanc, BBA'82, Ottawa
Warren D. McKenzie, BScCS'76, Redmond, Wash.
Mary Ellen McKinney, BBA77, BN00, Fredericton
Heather Neilson, BPE72, Fredericton
Judy Orr, BA'75, BBA'76
Marcia Trail, BN'73, MN'99
Judy Weeks, BBA77-SJ, Saint John
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President of the Associated Alumnae: Margie Gregg, BA'92,
Fredericton
Student Representative: Cassandra Simmonds
UNB President: John McLaughlin, BScSE69, MScSE71, PhD'75
(Wisconsin)
Association Executive Director: Mark Hazlett, BPE'87, MPE'89
THE ASSOCIATED ALUMNAE
The Associated Alumnae was founded in 1910 and incorporated in 1919.
The object of the Association is to promote, directly and indirectly, the
educational and financial interests of the University, especially as such
interests are related to the women graduates and undergraduates of the
University. Membership in the Associated Alumnae consists of women
graduates and former women students of the University who have
successfully completed one year.
The Association furnished and equipped UNB's first residence for
women, the Maggie Jean Chestnut House, generously donated to the
Alumnae by Lord Beaverbrook. In May 1952, this residence was
transferred to the University. The Alumnae Memorial Library, located in
Lady Dunn Hall, and libraries in other residences for women students,
were established and are maintained by the Association.
The Associated Alumnae annually awards several scholarships to
women students, including: an Entrance Scholarship in Education named
in honour of Muriel Farris Baird; the Zula V. Hallett Scholarship, awarded
to a woman student entering third-year Physical Education; the Marion
Fleet Rogers Scholarship to a woman student entering third year at UNB
Saint John; and an award for part-time students. The total annual value of
all scholarships provided exceeds $18,000. Two prizes, the Dorothy
Elson Prize and the Agnes Grey Wilon Prize, are also donated by the
Associated Alumnae.
ASSOCIATED ALUMNAE COUNCIL 2003
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1st Vice-President: Bonnie (Price) Murray, A'78
Secretary: Heather Baird-Perritt, BPE '69
Treasurer: Kim Poffenroth, BA'92, LLB'95
Past President: Marti Lou Neill, BA '69
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Althea Macaulay, BA '39, MA, PhD, LLD '90
Mardi Cockburn, BA '52
Deborah Hackett, BA '88, LLB '95
REPRESENTATIVES TO THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS
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Margie Gregg, BA '92
HISTORICAL SKETCH
UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK
HISTORICAL SKETCH
PRINCIPALS (1820-1860) AND
PRESIDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY
(1861-PRESENT)
James Somerville
Edwin Jacob
Joseph Hea
William Brydone Jack
Thomas Harrison
Cecil Charles Jones
Norman MacKenzie, C.C.
Milton F. Gregg, V.C.
A. Foster Baird
Albert Trueman, O.C.
C. William Argue (Acting)
Colin B. Mackay, O.C., Q.C.
James O. Dineen
Desmond Pacey (Acting)
John M. Anderson
Thomas J. Condon (Acting)
James Downey, O.C.
Robin L. Armstrong
Elizabeth Parr-Johnston
James F. O'Sullivan (Acting)
John D. McLaughlin
1820-1829
1829-1860
1860-1861
1861-1885
1885-1906
1906-1940
1940-1944
1944-1947
1947-1948
1948-1953
1953
1953-1969
1969-1972
1972-1973
1973-1979
1979-1980
1980-1990
1990-1996
1996-2002
1997
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Fredericton
As the American Revolutionary War drew
to a close, thousands of Loyalists
gathered in New York City to await
transportation to homes in other British
Colonies. Among these Loyalists were
Charles Inglis, a former interim President
of King's College, New York (Columbia
University); Benjamin Moore, later
President of Columbia; and Jonathan
Odell, minister, poet and pamphleteer.
These men were the visionaries of their
day. In the midst of war, privation and
exile, they drew up a plan for the future
education of their sons in the Nova Scotia
wilderness. Recognizing that the new
American nation would provide instruction
only in revolutionary "Principles contrary
to the British Constitution" and that the
cost of an overseas education would be
prohibitive, they urged the representatives
of the British government to consider the
"founding of a College . . . where Youth
may receive a virtuous Education" in such
things as "Religion, Literature, Loyalty, &
good Morals . . . ."
Initially, these gentlemen intended that
the area of Nova Scotia have only one
college. However, in 1784 when the
Province of New Brunswick was created
from a part of Nova Scotia, New
Brunswickers began a clamour for their
own school which led to the foundation of
two of Canada's oldest institutions of
higher learning - King's College, Windsor,
Nova Scotia (now affiliated with Dalhousie
University) and the academy which
became the University of New Brunswick.
UNB began with a petition presented to
Governor Thomas Carleton on 13
December 1785. Headed by William
Paine, the seven memorialists asked
Carleton to grant a charter of
incorporation for an "academy or school of
liberal arts and sciences," which they
maintained would result in many "public
advantages and . . . conveniences." In
addition, the "principal Officers of
disbanded Corps and other Inhabitants" in
and around the provincial capital of
Fredericton asked that the Governor
reserve a substantial grant of land in
support of this academy.
Despite the approval of Carleton, it was
many months before the academy
opened. During this period a draft charter
was written, based on the 1754 Charter of
King's College, New York, urging that the
college never "exclude or restrain any
Person . . . of any religious Denomination,
Sect, or Profession . . . from equal . . .
Liberties, Privileges, [or] Degrees" - a very
liberal notion in the eighteenth century.
Unfortunately, times were changing in
New Brunswick and such sentiments
seemed to recall the recent American
Revolution. Therefore, while the academy
had commenced operation by the 1790s,
it functioned less as a college and more
as a symbol of Carleton's governmental
policy for the promotion of the twin tenets
of the Anglican religion and the British
Constitution. As the provincial leaders of
the opposition dismissed the academy as
nothing but a "country school," Carleton
realized he must more actively and
effectively offer it support. On 12 February
1800, over the signature of Provincial
Secretary Jonathan Odell, the College of
New Brunswick received a Provincial
Charter, the first college in Canada to be
so honoured. It was intended that the
academy would serve as the College's
preparatory school and that the two would
be governed by a common College
Council drawn almost entirely from the
ranks of a governmental hierarchy. As for
the professors, they were all to be
Anglicans.
For a number of years, the history of the
future University continued to lie with the
academy. A series of masters came and
went until 1811 when the Reverend
James Somerville, an ex-patriate
Scotsman, took the position of Principal
Preceptor. There can be no question that
Somerville, a graduate of the University of
Aberdeen, was a superb teacher who
provided the Council and New Brunswick
with their first chance to have a real
College. In 1820, Somerville was formally
named President of the College of New
Brunswick and, in April 1822, he held the
very first college classes in Fredericton.
This development helped spur efforts to
set the institution on a firmer footing. A
new Charter for "Brunswick College" was
proposed in 1823, asking for permanent
and substantial funding directly from the
King. Lieutenant Governor Sir Howard
Douglas quickly threw his influence
behind the scheme. Douglas viewed the
welfare of the College to be of prime
importance to the success of New
Brunswick. To this end, he pressed for a
Royal Charter and urged the erection of a
fine stone building to house the institution.
Three designs for the building were
submitted in 1825 to the Council, which
selected that drawn by J.E. Woolford.
There was, of course, a good deal more
involved in the transformation of the
neglected College of New Brunswick into
King's College, Fredericton. Douglas
spent the next four years keeping a wary
eye on the growth of his "child." In 1826,
having chosen the site for the building
himself, Douglas laid the cornerstone. In
December 1827, largely through Douglas'
efforts in Great Britain, King's College,
Fredericton, received a Royal Charter
nearly identical to that granted to King's
College, Toronto. Before allowing the new
Charter to take effect, the College of New
Brunswick performed one final, official
act, on 21 February 1828, by awarding
degrees to its first and last three
graduates.
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HISTORICAL SKETCH
On 1 January 1829, King's College and
the structure (now known as Sir Howard
Douglas Hall, formerly referred to as the
Old Arts Building) erected to house it were
officially opened. In one way, King's was a
failure. In its thirty-year tenure it
graduated fewer than 125 students, in
large measure because its classical
curriculum was not well-suited to the
needs of New Brunswickers. Yet, it was at
King's that many of the courses offered in
later years by the University of New
Brunswick had their start. In 1834, for
example, three of the professors
proposed admitting "young men of good
abilities and diligence" to a special, oneyear course entitling each to a teacher's
certificate. Even after the creation of the
Provincial Normal School this kind of
university training continued sporadically
and in various forms until the Faculty of
Education emerged in the twentieth
century.
It was also in the 1830s that King's
introduced "public lectures," more familiar
to today's students as "extension
courses." These early lectures dealt with
subjects such as geology, chemistry,
physics and astronomy. Much to the
disgust of one professor, James Robb,
some of his lectures at the College were
open to the general public, including the
young women of Fredericton. Some years
later, Mr. McMahon Cregan, an engineer
from England who was brought to New
Brunswick to conduct a survey for the
European and North American Railway,
offered "instruction of a really practical
and useful character" in the field of
engineering to students and non-students
alike.
King's spent several tumultuous periods in
conflict with members of the New
Brunswick Legislature. Ostensibly, they
were arguing over the issues of
curriculum and religion but the real issue
was probably the cost of higher education.
Fortunately, King's did have defenders, in
particular, the elegant debater William
Needham who, in the face of threats to
burn down the College or to turn it into an
agricultural school, made an impassioned
speech that saved the institution from
such ignominious fates. Through the
efforts of Needham, Lieutenant Governor
Sir Edmund Head and a few others, the
Legislature was persuaded to reform
rather than destroy the College. On 13
April 1859, the act creating the secular,
provincial University of New Brunswick
was passed.
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At first, the UNB Charter seemed to
promise more than the University could
deliver but, slowly, under the guidance
and tutelage of several innovative
professors, both the University's attitude
and curriculum blossomed. In 1880, UNB
began offering a certificate to those
women who performed well in entrance
(matriculation) examinations, though
women were not permitted to enrol at the
University. In 1885 a brilliant young
woman named Mary Kingsley Tibbits met
head-on the University's stricture against
women and, in 1886, became UNB's first,
regularly admitted, woman student. The
racial barrier had been broken earlier with
the completely non-controversial entry of
Arthur St. George Richardson, a black
who came to UNB via Bermuda and Saint
John. Gradually, the University expanded
its educational horizons. In 1887 the fouryear program was introduced and in 1891
a Bachelor of Science degree was added
to complement the traditional BA. Just
after the turn of the century, when Cecil
Charles Jones took over as Chancellor of
the institution, whose title subsequently
was changed to that of President, the
foundations were laid for three major
faculties: Law, Engineering and Forestry.
The post-World War I era brought the first
great expansion of the physical facilities of
the campus. In 1920, UNB consisted of
the Sir Howard Douglas Hall (Old Arts
Building), the Science Building, the small
Observatory, a small gymnasium and the
Dominion Entomological Laboratory. By
1931, Memorial Hall, a modern Library
and a Forestry and Geology Building had
been added. The first university residence
was a gift from Lord Beaverbrook who,
growing up in New Brunswick as William
Maxwell Aitken, studied law, and over the
succeeding years developed an
increasing interest in the welfare of the
university. Other buildings brought into
being through his efforts and those of his
family were the Lady Beaverbrook
Gymnasium, Aitken House, Ludlow Hall,
for the Faculty of Law, and the Aitken
Centre. In 1947, his Lordship became the
University's Chancellor, to be succeeded
by his son, Sir Max Aitken, in 1966 and in
turn by Lady Violet Aitken, the wife of Sir
Max, who served until 1993.
After World War II, returning veterans
pushed registration to over 770 in 1946,
almost double the number enrolled in
1941. With this increased student
population came a commensurate
increase in faculty and course offerings,
and a surge of building activity from 1953
to 1977 that transformed the campus. The
year 1964 brought three important
developments: Teachers' College (the old
Provincial Normal School) was relocated
on the campus, to become incorporated
into an enlarged Faculty of Education in
1973; St. Thomas University also
relocated on campus, moving from
Chatham and affiliating with UNB; and a
second UNB campus was established in
Saint John.
UNB reached the end of its second
century as a major provincial and national
institution, offering a wide range of
graduate and undergraduate programs in
administration, arts, computer science,
education, engineering, forestry, law,
nursing, physical education and science:
the University enters its third century
proudly treasuring its past and eagerly
facing the challenges of the future.
Saint John
The University of New Brunswick in Saint
John (UNBSJ) was established in
September 1964 on the recommendation
of the Royal Commission on Higher
Education, chaired by the late Dr. John J.
Deutsch, Vice Principal (Administration)
and subsequently Principal of Queen's
University. The Commission emphasized
the need for facilities for higher education
in this metropolitan community of over
100,000 persons.
During the first five years of operation,
classes were held at various locations in
the city of Saint John, including
Beaverbrook House, formerly the home of
the UNB Faculty of Law. In the fall of
1969, the new campus at Tucker Park
was opened. This site, proposed by the
City Council as early as 1963, was
originally bequeathed to the City of Saint
John for park purposes. At the request of
the City, the New Brunswick Legislature
authorized that a portion of this land be
used for the new campus.
Construction of the Tucker Park campus
began after the then Governor General
and Madame Vanier turned the first sod
on the site. Originally consisting of three
buildings - Sir Douglas Hazen Hall,
William Ganong Hall and the Ward
Chipman Library Building - the new
campus opened officially in 1969. In 1975
the G. Forbes Elliot Athletics Centre was
added to the physical plant. This versatile,
well-equipped building serves the
recreational needs not only of the
students, faculty and staff of UNBSJ, but
also of the wider Saint John community. In
HISTORICAL SKETCH
1985 the Jeux Canada Games Stadium
was constructed on the UNBSJ campus,
and in 1986 the Thomas J. Condon
Student Centre was opened. UNBSJ's
physical facilities expanded again in the
1990s with the opening of a new
academic building, Philip W. Oland Hall,
in late 1992, and the addition of the
campus's first on-site student housing
facility, the Sir James Dunn Residence, in
the fall of 1993. The campuses newest
building, K.C. Irving Hall, opened in
January 1999.
A special feature of UNBSJ is the fact that
all of the permanent buildings on the
campus are connected by a series of
tunnels and walkways, allowing
comfortable access to all facilities during
inclement weather and the months of
winter.
The Neville Homestead
The Neville Homestead, a small white
clapboarded house on the east side of the
campus, dates back to 1876. It was the
home of Fred Neville, University
groundskeeper for 42 years, who lived in
the house from his birth in 1878 to his
death in 1969. The Neville family first
settled the land in 1850 with a purchase
from the Hon. William Odell. In its 84th
year, the house was moved a short
distance to its present location to make
way for a new men's residence, named to
honour Mr. Neville. The Homestead now
houses the Student Employment Service.
Sir Howard Douglas Hall
FREDERICTON CAMPUS
HISTORIC BUILDINGS
The building that housed King's College is
now known as the Sir Howard Douglas
Hall (Old Arts Building) and is the oldest
university building in Canada still
functioning as a viable part of a university
campus. In the Great Hall are portraits of
past presidents and two memorial stained
glass windows. Immediately to the left of
the front entrance is the Edwin Jacob
Chapel, named in memory of the VicePresident and Principal of King's College.
A permanent display illustrating the
history of the University is located in the
Great Hall, including the cornerstone of
the building, laid in 1826 and excavated in
1978 prior to the sesquicentennial
celebrations.
Burden Academy
William Brydone Jack Observatory
As a Centennial project, the University
brought to the campus and restored a
one-room New Brunswick schoolhouse,
located for more than a hundred years at
Burden in York County. The schoolhouse,
located at the King's College Road
entrance, was officially opened in May
1967.
The Observatory, located at the east
entrance to the Sir Howard Douglas Hall
(Old Arts Building), was built in 1851
through the efforts of William Brydone
Jack, Professor of Mathematics and
Natural Philosophy at King's College and
later President of UNB. Constructed of
wood, it has an octagonal tower especially
designed to house its equatorial
telescope. It now houses a small
museum.
Operating initially as a feeder institution
offering only the first year or first two years
of certain programs, UNB Saint John now
offers full four-year degree programs in
Arts, Business, Data Analysis, Science,
Health Sciences and Hospitality &
Tourism. In addition to the full-time
enrollment, large numbers of part-time
students are now pursuing their studies at
the Saint John Campus.
McCord Hall
McCord Hall, located at the east entrance
of the Sir Howard Douglas Hall (Old Arts
Building), was once used as the
University's ice house. The nineteenthcentury structure was restored in 1963
and named in honour of David T.W.
McCord, the distinguished writer and
former executive director of the Harvard
University Fund Council, and honorary
graduate of UNB.
SAINT JOHN CAMPUS
BUILDINGS
Sir Douglas Hazen Hall
This building is named for Sir Douglas
Hazen (1860-1937), a prominent former
premier, member of the federal cabinet
and Chief Justice of the province. Hazen
Hall houses the offices of all departments
in the Faculty of Arts, the campus
computing centre, classrooms and a 240seat lecture theatre.
William Ganong Hall
The Science building, William Ganong
Hall, is named after William Francis
Ganong (1864-1941), a graduate of UNB,
long-time faculty member at Smith
College and a former president of the
Botanical Society of America. The fourstorey building is designed to provide
facilities for Biology, Chemistry, Geology
and Physics. Ganong Hall houses the
largest lecture theatre on the campus, a
micro-lab, a spacious display area,
student laboratories, and facilities of a
more specialized nature, such as a large
greenhouse, a controlled environment
room and research laboratories.
Philip W. Oland Hall
Philip W. Oland Hall opened in December,
1992 at UNB Saint John and houses the
campus's Faculty of Business, its Nursing
program and most of its administrative
offices, including the Registrar's Office,
the Business Office, the President's
Office, the Vice-President's Office, the
International Liaison Office, Community
Relations, the Alumni Office, Student
Services, and the Office of the Associate
Dean of Graduate Studies. Five
classrooms, an audio-visual theatre, a
business case room with four break-out
labs, a micro-computer lab and health
labs for the nursing program are also
contained in Philip W. Oland Hall.
The building is named for one of UNB's
staunchest supporters. A loyal alumnus
(BSc 1930, DLitt 1978), Philip W. Oland
(1910-1996) was chairperson and CEO of
Moosehead Breweries Ltd. Dr. Oland
dedicated a lifetime of service to his
country and his community. He served in
the Canadian Armed Forces during World
War II, was the founder of the New
Brunswick Youth Orchestra and sat on
numerous boards and committees for
such organizations as the United Way, the
YM/YWCA, the University of New
Brunswick and St. Thomas University.
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HISTORICAL SKETCH
Ward Chipman Library
G. Forbes Elliot Athletics Centre
The Ward Chipman Library, one of the
three original buildings on campus, is
named in honour of Ward Chipman (17541824), a Massachusetts Loyalist who was
deputy muster-master general to the
British forces during the American
Revolution; thereafter, he settled in Saint
John where he culminated a distinguished
legal career in being named to the New
Brunswick Supreme Court.
UNBSJ's Athletics Centre features a
30,000 square foot surface with an all
purpose synthetic floor. The Athletics
Centre includes space for four basketball
courts, four tennis courts, four volleyball
courts, six badminton courts and a fourlane running track. There is also plenty of
space for activities such as soccer and
flag football. Spectators can enjoy the
Campus's athletic teams, the Seawolves,
from the 900 bleacher seats overlooking
the main court surface. The ground floor
also includes locker and shower rooms,
equipment storage rooms, a trainer's
room, and an officials' room. Upstairs, in
addition to a suite of offices and a
reception area, there is also a classroom,
a lounge, a games room, and a
conditioning room that includes fitness
and strength-training equipment.
The building accommodates the campus
library, a study area, bookstore,
classrooms, the language laboratory, art
gallery and snack bar. For a description of
library holdings, facilities and services,
see Libraries in Section D.
K.C. Irving Hall
The K.C. Irving Hall is UNBSJ's newest
academic building, to be opened in fall,
1998. The home of the campus's Biology,
Engineering and Nursing Departments,
Irving Hall features modern classrooms
and state-of-the-art research and
computer laboratories. Like all buildings at
UNBSJ, Irving Hall is accessible for
disabled persons and is part of the
campus's inside walkway connection.
The building is named for Kenneth Colin
Irving, founder of the renowned Irving
empire of companies, in recognition of his
and his family's significant contribution to
the economy of New Brunwick and to the
lives, culture and education of New
Brunswickers. The Irvings have not only
provided generous support to the
university, but have also continually
supported innumerable community
groups and initiatives.
Thomas J. Condon Student Centre
UNBSJ's Student Centre, located
adjacent to the Athletics Centre, is
interconnected to the other buildings on
campus by an overhead walkway and an
underground tunnel. The centre houses
the cafeteria, Student Representative
Council offices, OPTAMUS (The
Organization for Part-Time and Mature
Students), a social club and lounge. The
building was named in honour of former
Vice-President (Saint John) Thomas J.
Condon.
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The Athletics Centre serves the
recreational and physical education needs
of UNBSJ students, faculty and staff, as
well as several community groups who
are encouraged to make use of the
building's excellent facilities which have
added significantly to the recreational
opportunities of citizens of the greater
Saint John area. The Centre bears the
name of the founding principal of the Saint
John campus. It was the dynamic
leadership of G. Forbes Elliot and his
awareness of the needs of both the young
undergraduate and the part-time mature
student which launched the campus on a
successful start and set the pattern for the
future.
Canada Games Stadium
UNB Saint John boasts one of the finest
track and field facilities in the country. A
legacy of the 1985 Jeux Canada Games,
the Stadium has a 400-meter, eight-lane
all weather running track and a natural
grass infield lighted for night play. There is
fixed seating for 5,000, a press box, and
other auxiliary facilities.
Sir James Dunn and New
Residences
UNB Saint John offers two residences on
campus overlooking the beautiful
Kennebecasis River.
The new residence, opening September
2003, was designed with input from our
own students. It offers 170 beds in the
form of spacious double suites for
independent style living. Suites include
two single bedrooms, kitchenette,
complete with microwave and fridge and
private three-piece bath. At UNB Saint
John, housing is non-smoking, co-ed and
security locked. Each room is furnished
with a double bed, and desk set and
standard house amenities include
furnished TV rooms and study lounges,
high-speed Internet and cable tv
connections and laundry facilities.
The Sir James Dunn Residence, which
opened in September 1993, offers 71
beds and an indoor connection to the
campus. Single and double rooms are
available. Construction of the Dunn was
made possible by a generous donation
from the Sir James Dunn Foundation. It is
named in honour of the noted Canadian
industrialist and philanthropist, Sir James
Dunn, who was a native of Bathurst, NB.
For information on the residences, please
contact: Housing & Food Services, Sir
James Dunn Residence - e-mail:
res@unbsj.ca, telephone 648-5755, fax
648-5762, Monday - Friday 8:15 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Saint John College
The Saint John College building is the
newest addition to the UNBSJ campus.
The College is UNBSJs English and
academic preparatory college, offering
English and academic training for
international students. Saint John College
also offers a wide variety of second
language courses. Completed in 2003,
the building has 12 classrooms and a
state-of-the-art computer language
laboratory. Saint John College students
also have full access to all UNB facilities
and services.
Annexes
Located on campus, temporary buildings
called annexes house facilities for the
International Office, International
Recruiting, for part-time faculty and for
graduate students.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 2004 - 2005 (Revised June 2004)
Program
NB
PEI
NS
NL
QC (High School
Leaving Examination)
Bachelor of Arts and
Sciences
(Fredericton)
English 122 (min. grade
of 60%), Trigonometry
and 3-Space + Advanced
Math with an Intro to Calculus, Physics 122, Chemistry 122, 1 unit of Social
Studies. Minimum admission average 75%.
English 621 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 521A or
Math 521B, Math 621A or
Math 621B, Physics 621,
Chemistry 621, 1 unit of
Social Studies. Minimum
admission average 75%
English 12 (min. grade of
60%), Advanced Math 12
+ Pre-Calculus Math 12,
Physics 12, Chemistry 12,
1 unit of Social Studies.
Minimum admission
average 75%
English 3201(min. grade
of 60%), Advanced Math
2205, Advanced Math
3205, Physics 3204,
Chemistry 3202, 1 unit of
Social Studies. Minimum
admission average 75%
English 516 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 436, Math
536, Physics 534, Chemistry 534, 1 unit of Social
Studies,
Minimum admission
average 75%
English 122 (min. grade
of 60%), French 122 or
Geometry & Applications
+ Functions & Relations,
1 unit Social Studies, 2
electives - Group 1, 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
3. Minimum admission
average 65%.
English 621 (min. grade
of 60%), French 621 or
Math 521A or Math 521B,
1 unit Social Studies, 2
electives - Group 1, 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
3. Minimum admission
average 65%.
English 12 (min. grade of
60%), French 12 or Academic Math 11 or
Advanced Math 11, 1 unit
Social Studies , 2 electives
- Group 1, 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3. Minimum admission average
65%.
English 3201(min. grade
of 60%), French 3200 or
Academic Math 2204 or
Advanced Math 2205, 1
unit Social Studies, 2 electives - Group 1, 1 elective
- Group 1 or 2 or 3. Minimum admission average
65%.
English 516 (min. grade
of 60%), French 594 or
Math 436, 1 unit Social
Studies, 2 electives Group 1, 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3. Minimum admission average
65%.
Bachelor of Arts /
Bachelor of Computer
Science
(Fredericton)
English 122 (min. grade
of 60%), Trigonometry
and 3-Space + Advanced
Math with an Intro to Calculus (min. grade of 65%),
Physics 122 or Chemistry
122 (min. grade of 65%),
1 unit Social Studies (min.
grade of 60%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3 (min.
grade of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English 621 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 521A or
Math 521B (min. grade of
65%), Math 621A or Math
621B (min. grade of
65%), Physics 621 or
Chemistry 621 (min.
grade of 65%), 1 unit
Social Studies (min. grade
of 60%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3
(min.grade of 60%).
Minimum admission
average 75%.
English 12 (min. grade of
60%), Advanced Math 12
(min. grade of 65%) +
Pre-Calculus Math 12
(min. grade of 65%),
Physics 12 or Chemistry
12 (min. grade of 65%), 1
unit Social Studies (min.
grade of 60%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3 (min.
grade of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English 3201 (min. grade
of 60%), Advanced Math
2205, Advanced Math
3205 (min. grade of 65%),
Math 3200 (min. grade of
65%), Physics 3204 or
Chemistry 3202 (min.
grade of 65%), 1 unit
Social Studies (min. grade
of 60%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3 (min.
grade of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English 516 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 436 (min.
grade of 65%), Math 536
(min. grade of 65%),
Physics 534 or Chemistry
534 (min. grade of 65%),
1 unit Social Studies (min.
grade of 60%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3 (min.
grade of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
Bachelor of Business
Administration
English 122 (min. grade
of 60%), Trigonometry
and 3-Space + Advanced
Math with an Intro to Calculus (min. grade of 60%),
2 electives - Group 1, 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
3. Minimum admission
average 75%.
English 621 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 521A or
Math 521B, Math 621A or
Math 621B (min. grade of
60%), 2 electives - Group
1, 1 elective - Group 1 or
2 or 3. Minimum
admission average 75%.
English 12 (min. grade of
60%), Advanced Math 12
+ Pre-Calculus Math 12
(min. grade of 60%), 2
electives - Group 1, 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
3. Minimum admission
average 75%.
English 3201(min. grade
of 60%), Advanced Math
2205, Advanced Math
3205 (min. grade of 60%),
2 electives - Group 1, 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
3. Minimum admission
average 75%.
English 516 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 436, Math
536 (min. grade of 60%),
2 electives - Group 1, 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
3. Minimum admission
average 75%.
English 122 (min. grade
of 60%), Trigonometry
and 3-Space + Advanced
Math with an Intro to
Calculus (min. grade of
65%), Physics 122 or
Chemistry 122 (min.
grade of 65%), 1 elective Group 1 (min. grade of
60%), 1 elective - Group 1
or 2 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
English 621 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 521A or
Math 521B (min. grade of
65%), Math 621A or Math
621B (min. grade of
65%), Physics 621 or
Chemistry 621 (min.
grade of 65%), 1 elective Group 1 (min. grade of
60%), 1 elective - Group 1
or 2 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission
average 75%.
English 12 (min. grade of
60%), Advanced Math 12
(min. grade of 65%) +
Pre-Calculus Math 12
(min. grade of 65%),
Physics 12 or Chemistry
12 (min. grade of 65%), 1
elective - Group 1 (min.
grade of 60%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 (min. grade
of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English 3201 (min. grade
of 60%), Advanced Math
2205 (min. grade of 65%),
Advanced Math 3205
(min. grade of 65%),
Physics 3204 or Chemistry 3202 (min. grade of
65%), 1 elective - Group 1
(min. grade of 60%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2
(min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
English 516 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 436 (min.
grade of 65%), Math 536
(min. grade of 65%),
Physics 534 or Chemistry
534 (min. grade of 65%),
1 elective - Group 1 (min.
grade of 60%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 (min. grade
of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English 122, Trigonometry and 3-Space +
Advanced Math with an
Intro to Calculus (min.
grade of 60%), Physics
122, Chemistry 122, 1
elective - Group 1 or 2.
Minimum admission
average 75%.
English 621, Math 521A
or Math 521B, Math 621A
or Math 621B (min. grade
of 60%), Physics 621,
Chemistry 621, 1 elective
- Group 1 or 2. Minimum
admission average 75%.
English 12, Advanced
Math 12 + Pre-Calculus
Math 12 (min. grade of
60%), Physics 12, Chemistry 12, 1 elective Group 1 or 2. Minimum
admission average 75%.
English 3201, Advanced
Math 2205, Advanced
Math 3205 (min. grade of
60%), Physics 3204,
Chemistry 3202, 1 elective - Group 1 or 2. Minimum admission average
75%.
English 516, Math 436,
Math 536 (min. grade of
60%), Physics 534, Chemistry 534, 1 elective Group 1 or 2. Minimum
admission average 75%.
Bachelor of Arts/
Bachelor of Science
(Fredericton)
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Applied Arts
(Craft and Design)
(Fredericton)
Bachelor of Applied
Management in
Hospitality and Tourism
(Saint John)
Bachelor of Computer
Science
(Fredericton)
Bachelor of Data
Analysis
(Saint John)
Bachelor of Science in
Computer Science
(Saint John)
Bachelor of Computer
Science / Bachelor of
Science
(Fredericton)
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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 2004 - 2005
ON
MB,SK,AB,BC,
NT,NU,YT
US
INFO
English 4U (min. grade of
60%), Math MGA4U
Math MCB4U, Physics
SPH4U, Chemistry
SCH4U, 1 unit Social
Studies. Minimum admission average 75%.
English (min. grade of
60%), 2 Maths, Physics,
Chemistry, 1 unit of Social
Studies. Minimum admission average 75%.
English (min. grade of
60%), 2 Maths, Physics,
Chemistry, 1 unit of Social
Studies. See Note #16.
Senior-year Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry are required courses for admission to
these programs. An average of the marks in senior-year math and the best two grades
from grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics must be at least 75%.
Students should note that two years each of high school Chemistry & Physics will normally be required; students lacking these courses will be considered on an individual
basis.
Courses which can be used to fulfill the unit of Social Studies include: History (Jr. or Sr.
Year), Geography (Jr. or Sr. Year), senior-year Economics, Political Science, Sociology
or World Issues.
See note #12.
English 4U (min. grade of
60%), MCF3M or
MCR3U or FS F4U,
1 unit Social Studies,
2 electives - Group 1,
1 elective - Group 1, 2 or
3. Minimum admission
average 65%.
English (min. grade of
60%), French or Math, 1
unit Social Studies, 2 electives - Group 1, 1 elective
- Group 1 or 2 or 3. Minimum admission
average 65%.
English (min. grade of
60%), French or Math, 1
unit Social Studies, 2 electives - Group 1, 1 electiveGroup 1 or 2 or 3. See
Note #16.
Courses which can be used to fulfill the unit of Social Studies include: History (Jr. or Sr.
Year), Geography (Jr. or Sr. Year), senior-year Economics, Political Science, Sociology
or World Issues.
Students interested in the Bachelor of Applied Arts (Craft and Design)must make application to both UNB and the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design (NBCCD). As
well as the BAA requirements listed here, applicants must meet the NBCCD diploma
program admission requirements. Students must contact the NBCCD directly for information regarding admission requirements, as well as the application procedures, for the
diploma program.
See note 15 re. Math requirement for New Brunswick applicants.
English 4U (min. grade of
60%), MCB4U (min.
grade of 65%), One of
MDM4U, MGA4U or
MCF3M, Chemistry
SCH4U or Physics
SPH4U (min. grade of
65%), 1 unit Social Studies (min. grade of 60%), 1
elective - Group 1, 2 or 3
(min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
English (mim. grade of
60%), 2 Maths (min.
grade of 65%), Physics or
Chemistry (min.grade of
65%), 1 unit Social Studies (min. grade of 60%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
3 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission
average 75%.
English (min. grade of
60%), 2 Maths (min.
grade of 65%), Physics or
Chemistry (min. grade of
65%), 1 unit Social Studies (min. grade of 60%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
3 (min. grade of 60%).
See Note #16.
Courses which can be used to fulfill the unit of Social Studies include: History (Jr. or Sr.
Year), Geography (Jr. or Sr. Year), senior-year Economics, Political Science, Sociology
or World Issues.
English 4U (min. grade of
60%), Math MCB4U plus
one of MGA4U,
MDM4U, or MCF3M
(min. grade of 60%), 2
electives - Group 1, 1
elective - Group 1, 2 or 3.
Minimum admission average 75%.
English (min. grade of
60%), Math 11, Math 12
(min. grade of 60%), 2
electives - Group 1, 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
3. Minimum admission
average 75%.
English (min. grade of
60%), Math 11, Math 12
(min. grade of 60%), 2
electives - Group 1, 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
3. See Note #16.
Applicants who do not meet the admission requirements for direct entry to the degree
program, but offer a minimum admission average of 60% (and other conditions as may
be required by the admitting faculty) may be given conditional admission to the appropriate faculty in an entrance program to the extent that capacity allows.
English 4U (min. grade of
60%), Math MGA4U
(min. grade of 65%),
Math MCB4U (min. grade
of 65%), Physics SPH4U
or Chemistry SCH4U
(min. grade of 65%), 1
elective - Group 1 (min.
grade of 60%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 (min. grade
of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English (min. grade of
60%), 2 Maths (min.
grade of 65%), Physics or
Chemistry (min. grade of
65%), 1 elective - Group 1
(min. grade of 60%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2
(min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission
average 75%.
English (min. grade of
60%), 2 Maths (min.
grade of 65%), Physics or
Chemistry (min. grade of
65%), 1 elective - Group 1
(min. grade of 60%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2
(min. grade of 60%). See
Note #16.
Applicants who do not meet the admission requirements for direct entry to the degree
program, but offer a minimum admission average of 60% (and other conditions as may
be required by the admitting faculty) may be given conditional admission to the appropriate faculty in an entrance program to the extent that capacity allows.
English 4U, Math
MGA4U, Math MCB4U
(min. grade 60%), Physics
SPH4U, Chemistry
SCH4U, 1 elective Group 1 or 2 . Minimum
admission average 75%.
English, Math 11, Math 12
(min. grade of 60%),
Physics, Chemistry, 1
elective - Group 1 or 2.
Minimum admission
average 75%.
English, Math 11, Math 12
(min. grade of 60%),
Physics, Chemistry, 1
elective - Group 1 or 2.
See Note #16.
Senior-year Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry are required courses for admission to
these programs. An average of the marks in senior-year Math and the best two grades
from grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics must be at least 75%.
See note #12.
Students with high academic standing may be considered for admission to the Bachelor
of Science program if they present any two of three grade 12 Sciences. e.g. Biology/
Chemistry; Biology/Physics; Physics/Chemistry.
See note #12.
Students should note that two years each of high school Chemistry and Physics will normally be required; students lacking these courses will be considered on an individual
basis.
See note #12.
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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 2004 - 2005 (Revised June 2004)
Program
NB
PEI
NS
NF
QC (High School Leaving Examination)
Bachelor of Computer
Science / Bachelor of
Science in Engineering
(Geodesy & Geomatics)
(Fredericton)
English 122 (min. grade
of 60%), Trigonometry
and 3-Space + Advanced
Math with an Intro to Calculus (min. grade of 65%),
Physics 122 (min. grade
of 65%), Chemistry 122
(min. grade of 65%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
4 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
English 621 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 521A or
Math 521B, (min. grade of
65%), Math 621A or
Math 621B (min. grade of
65%), Physics 621 (min.
grade of 65%), Chemistry
621 (min. grade of 65%),
1 elective - Group 1 or 2
or 4 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission
average 75%.
English 12 (min. grade of
60%), Advanced Math 12
(min. grade of 65%) +
Pre-Calculus Math 12
(min. grade of 65%),
Physics 12 (min. grade of
65%), Chemistry 12 (min.
grade of 65%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 4 (min.
grade of 60%).
Minimum admission
average 75%.
English 3201(min. grade
of 60%), Advanced Math
2205 (min. grade of 65%),
Advanced Math 3205
(min. grade of 65%),
Physics 3204 (min. grade
of 65%), Chemistry 3202
(min. grade of 65%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
4 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission
average 75%.
English 516 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 436 (min.
grade of 65%), Math 536
(min. grade of 65%),
Physics 534 (min. grade
of 65%), Chemistry 534
(min. grade of 65%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
4 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission
average 75%.
Bachelor of Nursing
English 122 (min. grade
of 60%), Geometry &
Applications + Functions
& Relations or Trigonometry & 3-Space (min.
grade of 60%), Chemistry
122 (min. grade of 60%),
Biology 120 (min. grade
of 60%), 2 electives Group 1. Minimum
admission average 70%.
English 621 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 521A or
Math 521B or Math 621A
or Math 621B (min. grade
of 60%), Chemistry 621
(min. grade of 60%), Biology 621 (min. grade of
60%), 2 electives - Group
1. Minimum admission
average 70%.
English 12, Academic
Math 11 or Advanced
Math 11 (min. grade of
60%), (min. grade of
60%), Chemistry 12 (min.
grade of 60%), Biology 12
(min. grade of 60%), 2
electives - Group 1. Minimum admission average
70%.
English 3201(min. grade
of 60%), Academic Math
2204 or Advanced Math
2205 or Advanced Math
3205 (min. grade of 60%),
Chemistry 3202 (min.
grade of 60%), Biology
3201 (min. grade of 60%),
2 electives - Group 1.
Minimum admission average 70%.
English 516 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 436 or
Math 536 (min. grade of
60%), Chemistry 534
(min. grade of 60%), Biology 534 (min. grade of
60%), 2 electives - Group
1. Minimum admission
average 70%.
Bachelor of Philosophy
(in Interdisciplinary
Leadership Studies)
(Fredericton)
English 122, Geometry &
Applications + Functions
& Relations, 3 electives Group 1, 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3.
Minimum admission
average 75%.
English 621, Math 521A
or Math 521B, 3 electives
- Group 1, 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3. Minimum admission average
75%.
English 12, Academic
Math 11 or Advanced
Math 11, 3 electives Group 1, 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3. Minimum admission average
75%.
English 3201, Academic
Math 2204 or Advanced
Math 2205, 3 electives Group 1, 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3. Minimum admission average
75%.
English 516, Math 436, 3
electives - Group 1, 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
3. Minimum admission
average 75%.
Bachelor of Recreation
and Sport Studies
(Fredericton)
English 122 (min. grade
of 60%), Trigonometry
and 3-Space + Advanced
Math with an Intro to Calculus, one of: Biology
120, Chemistry 122, or
Physics 122, 2 electives Group 1, 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3 or 5.
Minimum admission
Average: 65%.
English 621 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 621A or
Math 621B, One of: Biology 621, Chemistry 621,
or Physics 621, 2 electives
- Group 1, 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3 or 5.
Minimum admission
Average: 65%.
English 12 (min. grade of
60%), Advanced Math 12
+ Pre-Calculus Math 12,
One of: Biology 12,
Chemistry 12, or Physics
12, 2 electives - Group 1,
1 elective - Group 1 or 2
or 3 or 5. Minimum
admission Average: 65%.
English 3201 (min. grade
of 60%), Advanced Math
3205, One of: Biology
3201, Chemistry 3202, or
Physics 3204, 2 electives Group 1, 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3 or 5.
Minimum admission
Average: 65%.
English 516 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 536, One
of: Biology 534, Chemistry 534, or Physics 534, 2
electives - Group 1, 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
3 or 5. Minimum admission Average: 65%.
Bachelor of Science in
Engineering
English 122, (min. grade
of 70%), Trigonometry
and 3-Space + Advanced
Math with an Intro to Calculus (min. grade of 70%),
Physics 122 (min. grade
of 70%), Chemistry 122
(min. grade of 70%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
4 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
English 621 (min. grade
of 70%), Math 521A or
Math 521B, Math 621A or
Math 621B (min. grade of
70%), Math 621 (min.
grade of 70%), Physics
621 (min. grade of 70%),
Chemistry 621 (min.
grade of 70%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 4 (min.
grade of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English 12 (min. grade of
70%), Advanced Math 12
(min. grade of 70%) +
Pre-Calculus Math 12
(min. grade of 70%),
Physics 12 (min. grade of
70%), Chemistry 12 (min.
grade of 70%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 4 (min.
grade of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English 3201 (min. grade
of 70%), Advanced Math
2205 (min. grade of 70%),
Advanced Math 3205
(min. grade of 70%),
Physics 3204 (min. grade
of 70%), Chemistry 3202
(min. grade of 70%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
4 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
English 516 (min. grade
of 70%), Math 436 (min.
grade of 70%), Math 536
(min. grade of 70%),
Physics 534 (min. grade
of 70%), Chemistry 534
(min. grade of 70%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
4 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 2004 - 2005
ON
MB,SK,AB,BC,
NT,NU,YT
US
INFO
English 4U (min. grade of
60%), Math MGA4U
(min. grade of 65%), Math
MCB4U (min. grade of
65%), Physics SPH4U
(min. grade of 65%)
Chemistry SCH4U (min.
grade of 65%), 1 elective Group 1, 2 or 4 (min.
grade of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English (min. grade of
60%), 2 Maths (min.
grade of 65%), Physics
(min. grade of 65%),
Chemistry (min. grade of
65%), 1 elective - Group 1
or 2 or 4 (min. grade of
60%). Minimum admission average 75%.
English (min. grade of
60%), 2 Maths (min.
grade of 65%), Physics
(min. grade of 65%),
Chemistry (min. grade of
65%), 1 elective - Group 1
or 2 or 4 (min. grade of
60%). See Note #16.
Note: Students offering less than 70% in high school Chemistry, Physics and senior-year
Mathematics may have to take additional courses.
English 4U (min. grade of
60%), Math MCF3M or
MCR3U (min. grade of
60%), Chemistry SCH4U
(min. grade of 60%),
Biology SBI4U (min.
grade of 60%),
2 electives - Group 1.
Minimum admission
average 70%.
English (min. grade of
60%), Math 11 or Math 12
(min. grade of 60%),
Chemistry (min. grade of
60%), Biology (min.
grade of 60%), 2 electives
- Group 1. Minimum
admission average 70%.
English (min. grade of
60%), Math 11 or Math 12
(min. grade of 60%),
Chemistry (min. grade of
60%), Biology (min.
grade of 60%), 2 electives
- Group 1. See Note #16.
Senior-year Chemistry and Biology are required. A minimum overall average of 70% is
required on English, Math, Biology and Chemistry.
English 4U
Math MCF3M or MCR3U
3 electives - Group 1
1 elective - Group 1, 2 or
3. Minimum admission
average 75%.
English, Math, 3 electives
- Group 1, 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3. Minimum admission average
75%.
English, Math, 3 electives
- Group 1, 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3, See
Note #16.
An average of 75% or higher on senior-year English and the required Mathematics is
required.
English 4U (min. grade of
60%), Math MGA4U or
MCB4U, One of Biology
SBI4U, Chemistry
SCH4U, Physics SPH4U
2 electives - Group 1,
1 elective - Group 1, 2, 3
or 5. Minimum admission
average 65%.
English (min. grade of
60%), Math, One of: Biology, Chemistry, or Physics, 2 electives - Group 1,
1 elective - Group 1 or 2
or 3 or 5. Minimum
admission Average: 65%.
English (min. grade of
60%), Math, One of: Biology, Chemistry, or Physics, 2 electives - Group 1,
1 elective - Group 1 or 2
or 3 or 5. See Note #16.
All admissions are on a competitive basis; satisfaction of the minimum requirements
does not guarantee admission.
English 4U (min. grade of
70%), Math MGA4U
(min. grade of 70%), Math
MCB4U (min. grade of
70%), Chemistry SCH4U
(min. grade of 70%),
Physics SPH4U (min.
grade of 70%), 1 elective Group 1, 2 or 4 (min.
grade of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English (min. grade of
70%), 2 Maths (min.
grade of 70%), Physics
(min. grade of 70%),
Chemistry (min. grade of
70%), 1 elective - Group 1
or 2 or 4 (min. grade of
60%). Minimum admission average 75%.
English (min. grade of
70%), 2 Maths (min.
grade of 70%), Physics
(min. grade of 70%),
Chemistry (min. grade of
70%), 1 elective - Group 1
or 2 or 4 (min. grade of
60%). See Note #16.
Students not offering at least 70% in high school Chemistry, Physics and senior-year
Math may have as much as 9 credit hours added to their programs because of course substitutions which take place in 1st year when such prerequisites are not met.
Students should note that two years each of high school Chemistry and Physics will normally be required; students lacking these courses will be considered on an individual
basis.
See note #12.
Mature applicants must present Grade 12 English, Chemistry and Biology plus Grade 11
Mathematics with a minimum grade of 70% in each course.
Other forms in addition to the normal application are required for this program; these
forms are available from the Admissions Office or the UNB website.
All admissions are on a competitive basis; satisfaction of the minimum requirements
does not guarantee admission.
All admissions are on a competitive basis; satisfaction of the minimum requirements
does not guarantee admission. Applicants must also submit to the Admissions Office a
résumé which clearly and concisely outlines the applicant’s : educational and career
goals, volunteer activities, prior learning experiences, diversity of background and skills
(such as, but not limited to: artistic, musical, athletic, cultural, linguistic), and leadership
experience. Typically, this information can be communicated well in two or three pages.
No special forms or formats are required.
Ontario applicants may present PSE4U Exercise Science to satisfy the senior biology
requirement.
Students should note that two years each of high school Chemistry and Physics will normally be required; students lacking these courses will be considered on an individual
basis.
Applicants who do not meet the admission requirements for direct entry to the degree
program, but offer a minimum admission average of 60% (and other conditions as may
be required by the admitting faculty) may be given conditional admission to the appropriate faculty in an entrance program to the extent that capacity allows.
Only the first two years of Engineering are offered at UNB Saint John.
See Note #12.
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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 2004 - 2005 (Revised June 2004)
Program
NB
PEI
NS
NL
QC (High School
Leaving Examination)
Bachelor of Science in
Forest Engineering
English 122 (min. grade
of 70%), Trigonometry
and 3-Space + Advanced
Math with an Intro to Calculus (min. grade of 70%),
Physics 122 (min. grade
of 70%), Chemistry 122
(min. grade of 70%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
4 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
English 621 (min. grade
of 70%), Math 521A or
Math 521B, Math 621A or
Math 621B (min. grade of
70%), Physics 621 (min.
grade of 70%), Chemistry
621 (min. grade of 70%),
1 elective - Group 1 or 2
or 4 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
English 12 (min. grade of
70%), Advanced Math 12
+ Pre-Calculus Math 12
(min. grade of 70%),
Physics 12 (min. grade of
70%), Chemistry 12 (min.
grade of 70%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 4 (min.
grade of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English 3201 (min. grade
of 70%), Advanced Math
2205, Advanced Math
3205 (min. grade of 70%),
Physics 3204 (min. grade
of 70%), Chemistry 3202
(min. grade of 70%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
4 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
English 516 (min. grade
of 70%), Math 436, Math
536 (min. grade of 70%),
Physics 534 (min. grade
of 70%), Chemistry 534
(min. grade of 70%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
4 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
Bachelor of Science in
Forestry
(Fredericton)
English 122 (min. grade
of 70%), Trigonometry
and 3-Space + Advanced
Math with an Intro to Calculus (min. grade of 70%),
Chemistry 122 (min.
grade of 70%) plus either
Biology 120 or Physics
122 (min. grade of 70%),
1 elective - Group 1 or 2
(min. grade of 60%). Minimum admission average
75%.
English 621 (min. grade
of 70%), Math 521A or
Math 521B, Math 621A or
Math 621B (min. grade of
70%), Chemistry 621
(min. grade of 70%) plus
either Biology 621 or
Physics 621 (min. grade
of 70%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 (min. grade
of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English 12 (min. grade of
70%), Advanced Math 12
+ Pre-Calculus Math 12
(min. grade of 70%),
Chemistry 12 (min. grade
of 70%) plus either
Biology 12 or Physics 12
(min. grade of 70%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2
(min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission
average 75%.
English 3201(min. grade
of 70%), Advanced Math
2205, Advanced Math
3205 (min. grade of 70%),
Chemistry 3202 (min.
grade of 70%) plus either
Biology 3201 or Physics
3204 (min. grade of 70%),
1 elective - Group 1 or 2
(min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
English 516 (min. grade
of 70%), Math 436, Math
536 (min. grade of 70%),
Chemistry 534 (min.
grade of 70%) plus either
Biology 534 or Physics
534 (min. grade of 70%),
1 elective - Group 1 or 2
(min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
Bachelor of Science in
Kinesiology
(Fredericton)
English 122 (min. grade
of 60%), Trigonometry
and 3-Space + Advanced
Math with an Intro to Calculus, Chemistry 122,
Biology 120 or Physics
122, 1 elective - Group 1,
1 elective - Group 1 or 2
or 3 or 5. Minimum
admission average: 65%.
English 621 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 621A or
Math 621B, Chemistry
621, Biology 621 or Physics 621, 1 elective - Group
1, 1 elective - Group 1 or
2 or 3 or 5. Minimum
admission Average: 65%.
English 12 (min. grade of
60%), Advanced Math 12
+ Pre-Calculus 12, Chemistry 12, Biology 12 or
Physics 12, 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 3 or 5.
Minimum admission
Average: 65%.
English 3201 (min. grade
of 60%), Advanced Math
3205, Chemistry 3202,
Biology 3201 or Physics
3204, 1 elective - Group 1,
1 elective - Group 1 or 2
or 3 or 5. Minimum
admission Average: 65%.
English 516 (min. grade
of 60%), Math 536,
Chemistry 534, Biology
534 or Physics 534, 1
elective - Group 1, 1 elective - Group 1 or 2 or 3 or
5. Minimum admission
Average: 65%.
Bachelor of Science in
Software Engineering
English 122 (min. grade
of 70%), Trigonometry
and 3-Space + Advanced
Math with an Intro to Calculus (min. grade of 70%),
Physics 122 (min. grade
of 70%), Chemistry 122
(min. grade of 70%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
4 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
English 621 (min. grade
of 70%), Math 521A or
Math 521B, (min. grade of
70%), Math 621A or Math
621B (min. grade of
70%), Physics 621
(min.grade of 70%),
Chemistry 621 (min.
grade of 70%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 4 (min.
grade of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English 12 (min. grade of
70%), Advanced Math 12
(min. grade of 70%), +
Pre-Calculus Math 12
(min. grade of 70%),
Physics 12 (min. grade of
70%), Chemistry 12 (min.
grade of 70%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 4 (min.
grade of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English 3201 (min. grade
of 70%), Advanced Math
2205 (min. grade of 70%),
Advanced Math 3205
(min. grade of 70%),
Physics 3204 (min. grade
of 70%), Chemistry 3202
(min. grade of 70%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
4 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
English 516 (min. grade
of 70%), Math 436 (min.
grade of 70%), Math 536
(min. grade of 70%),
Physics 534 (min. grade
of 70%), Chemistry 534
(min. grade of 70%), 1
elective - Group 1 or 2 or
4 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
Bachelor of Science
English 122, Trigonometry and 3-Space +
Advanced Math with an
Intro to Calculus, Physics
122, Chemistry 122, 1
elective - Group 1 or 2.
Minimum admission average 75%.
English 621, Math 521A
or Math 521B, Math
621A or Math 621B,
Physics 621, Chemistry
621, 1 elective - Group 1
or 2. Minimum admission
average 75%.
English 12, Advanced
Math 12 + Pre-Calculus
Math 12, Physics 12,
Chemistry 12, 1 elective Group 1 or 2. Minimum
admission average 75%.
English 3201, Math 2205,
Advanced Math 3205,
Physics 3204, Chemistry
3202, 1 elective - Group 1
or 2. Minimum admission
average 75%.
English 516, Math 436,
Math 536, Physics 534,
Chemistry 534, 1 elective
- Group 1 or 2. Minimum
admission average 75%.
Bachelor of Medical
Laboratory Science
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(Revised June 2004)
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 2004 - 2005
ON
MB,SK,AB,BC,
NT,NU,YT
US
INFO
English 4U (min. grade of
70%), Math MGA4U
(min. grade of 70%), Math
MCB4U (min. grade of
70%), Physics SPH4U
(min. grade of 70%),
Chemistry SCH4U (min.
grade of 70%), 1 elective Group 1, 2 or 4 (min.
grade of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English (min. grade of
70%), Math 11, Math 12
(min. grade of 70%),
Physics (min. grade of
70%), Chemistry (min.
grade of 70%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 4 (min.
grade of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English (min. grade of
70%), Math 11, Math 12
(min. grade of 70%),
Physics (min. grade of
70%), Chemistry (min.
grade of 70%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 or 4 (min.
grade of 60%). See Note
#16.
Students not offering at least 70% in high school Chemistry, Physics and senior-year
Math may have as much as 9 credit hours added to their programs because of course substitutions which take place in 1st year when such prerequisites are not met.
Applicants who do not meet the admission requirements for direct entry to the degree
program, but offer a minimum admission average of 60% (and other conditions as may
be required by the admitting faculty) may be given conditional admission to the appropriate faculty in an entrance program to the extent that capacity allows.
Students should note that two years each of high school Chemistry and Physics will normally be required; students lacking these courses will be considered on an individual
basis.
See note #12.
English 4U (min. grade of
70%), Math MGA4U
(min. grade of 70%), ath
MCB4U (min. grade of
70%), Chemistry SCH4U
(min. grade of 70%) plus
either Biology SBI4U or
Physics SPH4U (min.
grade of 70%), 1 elective Group 1 or 2 (min. grade
of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English (min. grade of
70%), Math 11, Math 12
(min. grade of 70%),
Chemistry (min. grade of
70%) plus either Biology
or Physics (min. grade of
70%), 1 elective - Group 1
or 2 (min. grade of 60%).
Minimum admission average 75%.
English (min. grade of
70%), Math 11, Math 12
(min. grade of 70%),
Chemistry (min. grade of
70%) plus either Biology
or Physics (min. grade of
70%), 1 elective - Group 1
or 2 (min. grade of 60%).
See Note #16.
BScF applicants who have a mark less than 70% in senior year Chemistry must take
Chemistry 1801 which will add 4 credit hours to the program.
English 4U (min. grade of
60%), Math MGA4U and
MCB4U, Chemistry
SCH4U, Biology SCI4U
or Physics SPH4U 1 elective - Group 1, 1 elective Group 1, 2, 3 or 5. Minimum admission average
65%.
English 12 (min. grade of
60%), Math, Chemistry,
Biology or Physics, 1
elective - Group 1, 1 elective - Group 1 or 2 or 3 or
5. Minimum admission
Average: 65%.
English 12 (min. grade of
60%), Math, Chemistry,
Biology or Physics, 1
elective - Group 1, 1 elective - Group 1 or 2 or 3 or
5. See Note #16.
All admissions are on a competitive basis; satisfaction of the minimum requirements
does not guarantee admission.
English 4U (min. grade of
70%), Math MGA4U
(min. grade of 70%), Math
MCB4U (min. grade of
70%), Chemistry SCH4U
(min. grade of 70%),
Physics SPH4U (min.
grade of 70%), 1 elective Group 1, 2 or 4 (min.
grade of 60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English (min. grade of
70%), 2 Maths (min.
grade of 70%), Physics
(min. grade of 70%),
Chemistry (min. grade of
70%), 1 elective - Group 1
or 2 or 4 (min. grade of
60%). Minimum
admission average 75%.
English (min. grade of
70%), 2 Maths (min.
grade of 70%), Physics
(min. grade of 70%),
Chemistry (min. grade of
70%), 1 elective - Group 1
or 2 or 4 (min. grade of
60%). See Note #16.
Note: Students offering less than 70% in high school Chemistry, Physics and senior-year
Mathematics may have to take additional courses.
English 4U, Math
MGA4U, Math MCB4U,
Physics SPH4U, Chemistry SCH4U, 1 elective Group 1 or 2. Minimum
admission average 75%.
English, 2 Maths, Physics,
Chemistry, 1 elective Group 1 or 2. Minimum
admission average 75%.
English, 2 Maths, Physics,
Chemistry, 1 elective Group 1 or 2. See Note
#16.
Senior-year Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry are required courses for admission to
these programs. An average of the marks in senior year Math and the best two grades
from grade 12 Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics must be at least 75%.
Applicants who do not meet the admission requirements for direct entry to the degree
program, but offer a minimum admission average of 60% (and other conditions as may
be required by the admitting faculty) will be given conditional admission to the appropriate faculty in an entrance program.
See note #12.
Ontario applicants may present PSE4U Exercise Science to satisfy the senior biology
requirement.
Students should note that two years each of high school Chemistry and Physics will normally be required; students lacking these courses will be considered on an individual
basis.
See note # 12.
Students should note that two years each of high school Chemistry and Physics will normally be required; students lacking these courses will be considered on an individual
basis.
Applicants who do not meet the admission requirements for direct entry to the degree
program, but offer a minimum admission average of 60% (and other conditions as may
be required by the admitting faculty) may be given conditional admission to the appropriate faculty in an entrance program to the extent that capacity allows.
Students with high academic standing may be considered for admission if they present
any two of three grade 12 Sciences, e.g. Biology/Chemistry; Biology/Physics; Physics/
Chemistry, etc.
See note # 12.
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ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 2004 - 2005 (Revised June 2004)
NOTES TO ADMISSIONS CHART:
1.
A pass at the high school level is required for each subject counted for admission (unless otherwise specified).
2.
To count for admission a subject must be taken at the Grade 12 "academic" level” (N.B. level 2) unless otherwise specified; level 1, French
Immersion, and advanced courses are satisfactory substitutes (where they exist). Courses taken at the "general" or “open” levels will not be
accepted for admission purposes.
3.
Students intending to enter the Science program (BSc), programs offered concurrently with the Science program (BA/BSc, BCS/BSc), the
Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science program (BMLS), the Bachelor of Arts and Sciences program (BASc), the Engineering programs
(BScE and BScFE), and the Bachelor of Computer Science/Engineering concurrent program (BCS/BScE) should note that two years each of
high school Chemistry and Physics will normally be required. Students who do not meet these requirements may be given special
consideration.
4.
Students whose first language is French may offer French in place of English in the required subjects and may then offer English as an
elective.
5.
Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission to any program.
6.
The faculties of Arts and Science (Fredericton) or Science, Applied Science & Engineering (Saint John) offer a number of combined programs.
These faculties offer a concurrent BA/BSc program (5 years of study lead to both a BA and a BSc degree), and a BASc (4 years of study lead
to a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences degree). See Admission Chart for admission requirements for these programs.
7.
The Faculty of Arts (Fredericton) offers the Bachelor of Applied Arts (Craft and Design) (BAA). This degree program is designed for students
who wish to combine practical work in craft and design with elements of the Bachelor of Arts academic program. Students will complete two
years at each of the University of New Brunswick and the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design. Students must be recommended for
admission to the BAA program by the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design following an interview with the College. Students must also
meet the admission requirements as listed in the Admissions chart. For further information, contact the Admissions Office.
8.
The Faculty of Science offers a Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (BMLS). This program consists of courses offered at UNB
(Fredericton and Saint John) and at the New Brunswick Community College. Admission requirements are as for the BSc program.
9.
A concurrent program in Arts and Computer Science is available on the Fredericton campus in which both a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor
of Computer Science degree can be completed in 5 years.
10.
A concurrent program in Computer Science and Science (BCS/BSc) is available on the Fredericton campus in which both a Bachelor of
Computer Science and a Bachelor of Science degree can be completed in 5 years. Admission requirements are the same as the BSc
program, with the additional qualification of a mark of 60% or higher in senior-year Mathematics.
11.
A concurrent program in Computer Science and Engineering (BCS/BScE) is available on the Fredericton campus in which both a Bachelor of
Computer Science and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Geodesy & Geomatics) can be completed. This concurrent program requires at
least 6 years of study. Admission requirements are the same as the Bachelor of Science in Engineering program, with the additional
qualification of a mark of 60% or higher in senior-year Mathematics.
12.
Students intending to enroll in MATH 1003, Introduction to Calculus I, must take a Placement Test which will be administered during
Orientation week in September. Materials to prepare for this test are available on the web at http://math.unb.ca/ready as well as from the
Mathematics Departments in New Brunswick High Schools and UNB. Based on their test scores, and the regulations set out by the
Mathematics Departments, students will be required to take a Pre-Calculus course (Math 0863 UNBF or Math 1863 UNBSJ) or a special
section of Math 1003 that covers the material of the course over two semesters, or a regular (one semester) section of Math 1003.
13.
Ontario applicants presenting 3A and 4A courses from the old curriculum should contact the Registrar’s Office for clarification regarding
specific program requirements.
14.
Science 122 is an approved Group 1 elective but it wlll not be accepted as a substitute for Chemistry 122 or Physics 122 for admission to
programs requiring either of these courses.
15.
New Brunswick students applying for the 2004 intake should present the following Mathematics courses:
a. For programs not requiring calculus (Arts and Nursing), UNB will require Geometry and Applications in Mathematics 111/112 PLUS
Functions and Relations 111/112 with a minimum pass mark of 60% in both courses. The grade achieved in Functions and Relations
111/112 will be used to determine the admission average.
b. For programs requiring a calculus course (including Business Administration), UNB will require Trigonometry and 3-space 121/122
PLUS Advanced Mathematics with an Introduction to Calculus 120 with a minimum pass mark of 60% in both courses. The grades
earned in both courses will be used to determine the admission average.
16.
FOR UNITED STATES APPLICANTS ONLY
If you are applying from the U.S., you must submit a high school transcript, Guidance Councelor’s or Principal’s report, and your SAT 1 or
ACT scores. You must offer a grade of “B” in courses used for admission, a B-average or better, a rank in the upper half of your class, and a
combined SAT 1 score of 1100 (higher standards required in restricted enrolment programs).
17.
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Information about admission to the Faculty of Education, Faculty of Law, Bachelor of Integrated Studies, Bachelor of Applied Management in
Accounting, Bachelor of Applied Management in Electronic Commerce, and the Bachelor of Health Sciences programs are in appropriate
sections of the Calendar. Please consult the Table of Contents for page numbers.
(Revised June 2004)
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 2004 - 2005
TABLE OF ELECTIVES
New Brunswick courses shown below; equivalent courses from other provinces and the United States will be accepted.
Please note: Ontario course HRT3M is an approved elective; HRE4M is not. SES4U, SNC4M and PSE4U are approved electives.
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
Group 5
Advanced Math 120
Biology 120
Canadian Literature 120
Computer Education 110
or 120
Economics 120
French 122
Geography 120
Geometry 120
History 122
Physics 122
Sociology 120
Atlantic Lit. 120
Calculus 120
Chemistry 122
Co-op Education 120
Environmental Studies
112 or 122,
Geography 110
Geology 120
History 112
Latin 120
Political Science 120
World Issues 120
Science 122
Oceans 11
Intro. to Accounting 120
Law 120
Native Studies 120
Business Organization &
Management 120
Accounting 120 (Computerized)
Accounting 120
Theatre Arts 120 (Drama
122,
Communications 120
(Media Studies 120)
Fl Techniques in
Communicatin 120
Art 110
Art 122
Fine Arts 110
Jazz Improvization 110
Music 110 or Music 120
Computer Assisted
Manufacturing 110
Computer Assisted
Drafting 110
Intro. Electronics 110
Micro Electronics 120
Health & Physical
Education 120
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UNIVERSITY REULATIONS & ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS & ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Table of Contents
I.
ADMISSION FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR
2004-2005
Admission Requirements Table
22 - 29
IV. FRENCH LANGUAGE POLICY SAINT JOHN
38
V. MINOR PROGRAMS
38
A. General Information
30
VI. ACADEMIC REGULATIONS
B. Non Public-Schooled Applicants
30
A. Class Attendance
39
C. Mature Applicants
30
B. Adding Courses
39
D. Academic Probation for Transfer Students
31
C. Dropping Courses
39
D. Final Course Grades
39
E
Admission from Community College
31
E. Other Regulations
39
F. Admission with Advanced Standing
31
31
H. Applicant from the United States of
America or from High Schools Using
American - Based High School Curriculum
31
F. Permission to Study Off Campus at
Another University or Other
Post-Secondary Institution
40
G. International Applicants
I.
Bachelor of Education Concurrent
Program
31
J.
Bachelor of Education Consecutive
Program
32
VII. OFFICIAL WITHDRAWAL (VOLUNTARY) FROM UNIVERSITY
40
VIII.EXAMINATION, STANDING AND
PROMOTION
A. General Information
40
B. Competence in English
41
C. Dean's List Criteria
41
D. Deferred Examinations
42
K. Bachelor of Philosophy Offered by
Renaissance College
32
L. Bachelor of Integrated Studies
32
E. Grading System and Classification
42
M. Certificate of Proficiency in French
33
F. Calculation of Grade Point Averages
43
N. New Brunswick Youth Apprenticeship
Program
33
G. Standing and Promotion Requirements
43
O. Re-Admissions
33
H. Review of Grades
45
P. Requirements for a Second Undergraduate Bachelor Degree
33
I.
Repeating Courses
45
J.
Language of Examination
45
Q. Transfer Students
34
R. Application Fraud or Misconduct
35
S. Challenge for Credit
36
T. Prior Learning Assessment
41
U. Procedure for Dealing with Student
Gifts
41
II. CONFIDENTIALITY, SECURITY AND
RELEASE OF STUDENT ACADEMIC
RECORDS
III. FRENCH LANGUAGE POLICY FREDERICTON
36 - 38
38
K. Supplemental Examinations
45
IX. IX. ACADEMIC OFFENCES
A. Plagiarism
45
B. Other Academic Offences
46
C. General
46
D. Right Of Appeal
47
X. GENERAL REGULATIONS ON CONDUCT
48
XI. LISTING OF GRADUATES
49
XII. ACADEMIC DRESS
50
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UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS
I. ADMISSION FOR
THE ACADEMIC
YEAR 2004-2005
5.
A. General Information
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Applicants may obtain information or
application forms from the Admissions
Office, University of New Brunswick,
P.O. Box 4400, Fredericton, N.B. E3B
5A3 (call (506) 453-4865, or fax (506)
453-5016), or the Admissions Office,
UNB Saint John, P.O. Box 5050, Saint
John, NB E2L 4L5, (call (506) 6485671, or fax (506) 648-5691).
Applicants are also encouraged to
consult UNB's Home Page on the
Internet (http://www.unb.ca) for up-todate developments, including an online application.
A student applying for entrance to the
University of New Brunswick (UNB)
must complete an application form
and forward it to the Admissions
Office together with the application
processing fee of $35. A tuition
confirmation deposit of $75 is required
from all applicants after they have
been accepted.
The final date for application,
including required supporting
documentation, for the 2004-2005
session is 31 March 2005 (31 January
for BEd programs). Applications
received after that date may be
considered, provided that space is
available, but late applicants are
cautioned that their applications will
not be processed until the earlier
applications are dealt with, and that
they may not necessarily be accepted
for the campus or Faculty of their
choice. This closing date does not
apply to applications for Graduate
Studies. It is recommended that
applications for programs with
enrollment limits, i.e. Bachelor of Arts,
Bachelor of Business Administration,
Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of
Computer Science, Bachelor of
Nursing, Bachelor of Science in
Engineering, Bachelor of Science in
Forestry, Bachelor of Science in
Forest Engineering and Bachelor of
Science in Kinesiology, and Bachelor
of Recreation and Sports Studies
programs be submitted early.
Applicants for University scholarships
must complete the Scholarships
Section of the application.
6.
7.
Given the lead time required for
processing of visas, international
students are encouraged to apply
early; UNB expedites the processing
of such applications, which includes
offering to fax acceptances and
rendering early decisions as soon as
applications become complete. Offers
of admission can be made throughout
the year, until such time as
competitions are declared closed.
Meeting the minimum requirements
does not guarantee admission to any
program. For example there are
limitations on enrollment in the
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of
Business Administration, Bachelor of
Education, Bachelor of Computer
Science, Bachelor of Nursing,
Bachelor of Science in Forestry,
Bachelor of Science in Engineering,
Bachelor of Science in Forest
Engineering and Bachelor of Science
in Kinesiology, and Bachelor of
Recreation and Sports Studies
programs.
c.
5.
1.
Canadian citizens and permanent
residents who do not meet the usual
entrance requirements and who are
21 years of age or older by the
session for which acceptance is
sought may be considered for
admission. In addition to the
documentation normally requested,
such applicants are encouraged to
submit a letter indicating why they feel
they are likely to profit from a
university education.
2.
Normally admission to an
undergraduate program will be
assessed after a mature applicant has
completed UNB courses on a parttime basis approved for the purpose;
high school graduates, adult high
school diploma recipients and holders
of high school equivalency certificates
(GED) may be exempted from this
requirement. Since some Faculties
specifically require certain courses in
Mathematics and Science, qualifying
course work may also be required;
proof of successful completion in the
specified course, as offered by the
N.B. Department of Advanced
Education & Labour and/or the NBCC
network, is acceptable. All applicants
should consult the Registrar's Office
before registering.
3.
Applicants who have attended
another college or university but who
have been away from formal
education for a minimum of five years
may make application under this
regulation. However, clear evidence
of ability to handle university-level
studies, or of extenuating
circumstances, will be required. In
select cases, qualifying course work
may not be required.
4
The University reserves the right to
refuse admission.
Applicants in this category may have been
home-schooled or may have attended a
private school that does not follow a
regular provincial curriculum. These
applicants must provide the following:
1.
A complete Application for Admission
form with the application processing
fee.
2.
A letter identifying the applicant's "non
public-schooled" status and including
a transcript detailing grade 11 and
grade 12 courses. Course outline,
syllabus, evaluation criteria, and a list
of resource materials should be
provided for each course.
3.
Evidence of a minimum score of 1100
in the SAT 1.
4.
For programs requiring specific
grades in particular courses, evidence
of achievement can be provided as
follows:
a. Complete a SAT 2 test in
required courses and achieve a
minimum of 550 out of 800, or
b. Complete the Grade 12 Adult
High School Certification
Provincial exam for that subject
and achieve the grade specified
in the program pre-requisite (e.g.
Submit evidence of achievement as
outlined above by having official
documents (transcripts/statements of
results) sent directly from the testing
agency to the Admissions Office.
(Documents will not be accepted from
applicants).
C. Mature Applicants
Students will normally follow the
regulations in the Calendar for the
year of their admission.
B. Non Public-Schooled
Applicants
a minimum grade of 60% is
required in English 122 for
admission to the Faculty of Arts),
or
Achieve a minimum grade of 4 in
an approved Advanced
Placement (AP) course.
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D. Academic Probation for
Transfer Students
When students transferring from another
Faculty, University or post-secondary
institution are admitted on Academic
Probation, that placement on Academic
Probation will be considered to be the one
allowable placement under these
regulations.
E. Admission from Community
College
Graduates from Community College
Programs and students who have
successfully completed study in
community college programs should
request that official transcripts of their work
be forwarded to the Registrar's Office.
G. International Applicants
1.
2.
Applicants from other countries
should consult the UNB web page for
detailed admission requirements that
can differ between countries.
3.
International students and landed
immigrants whose native language is
not English must submit the results of
an English language proficiency test:
TOEFL, MELAB (Michigan Test), and
IELTS (University of Cambridge) and
CAEL (Canadian Academic English
Language Assessment) have been
approved for this purpose. This
requirement may be waived in cases
where the applicant has been in
Canada for three or more years. In all
cases, the University reserves the
right to require proof of language
proficiency before permission will be
granted to register in academic
courses.
Such transcripts will be considered for
transfer credit provided that:
a.
the courses being considered for
credit satisfy the program
requirements at the University of New
Brunswick;
b.
the courses being considered meet
the standard of grade required within
the program at the University of New
Brunswick.
F. Admission with Advanced
Standing
1.
An admitted applicant who has taken
recognized OAC credits may be
considered for transfer credit in
appropriate courses. Normally a mark
of 65% will be required in each
subject for which credit is sought. In
some subjects a higher grade may be
required.
2.
Credit may be given for appropriate
courses if an applicant has completed
at least one full year of CEGEP.
Normally a minimum mark of 65% will
be required in each subject for which
credit is sought.
3.
The maximum amount of transfer
credit which may be allowed under 1
or 2 above will not be more than the
normal number of credit hours in first
year of the program to which the
student is admitted.
4.
Applicants from overseas who already
possess entrance requirements as
stated on GCE 'O' level or its
equivalent may be considered for
transfer credit, for appropriate courses
in the program they propose to enter,
on the basis of GCE 'A' level passes
with at least a grade of 'C'.
For applicants from Great Britain and
countries with GCE equivalent
examinations, GCE "O" level at "B" or
grade three level in English,
Mathematics, and four academic
options is required.
H. Applicant from the United
States of America or from
High Schools Using
American - Based High
School Curriculum
1.
2.
Applicants from Grade 12 of an
accredited American-based high
school curriculum must offer a
rigorous program of required
university preparatory courses and
receive a favourable recommendation
from the high school principal. Criteria
such as academic standing, rank in
class, and SAT score will also be used
to determine a candidate's
admissibility.
Normally students will be required to
offer an average of B- or better, a rank
in the upper half of the graduating
university preparatory class, and offer
a total SAT I score of at least 1100.
Significantly higher standards may be
required of those requesting
admission to restricted enrollment
programs.
I. Bachelor of Education
Concurrent Program
Admission is granted in consultation with
the Faculty of Education. The number of
places available in the program is limited
and admission is competitive.
Criteria for Admissions
Minimum requirements for admission to
the Faculty of Education Concurrent
Degree Program are:
1.
successful completion of a minimum
of 30 credit hours or equivalent of
undergraduate studies from a
recognized university, college or other
post-secondary institution;
2.
good academic standing; and
3.
eligibility to register in another
undergraduate program at UNB.
Note: Although students may be
admitted after completing only 30
credit hours of undergraduate studies,
effective Fall term 2004, they must
fulfill one of the following
requirements before the BEd will be
awarded:
a. In the Early Years program,
students must complete at least
30 credit hours of course work in
teachable subjects involving
courses in at least four different
teachable subjects.
b. In the Middle of Young programs,
students must complete a major
of at least 30 credit hours in one
teachable subject and 18 credit
hours in another teachable
subject, or a double minor of at
least 24 credit hours in each of
two different teachable subjects.
Significant weight will be given to the
academic record. Consideration will also
be given to the applicant's suitability for
and interest in education. Individual
interviews may be conducted as required.
To be admitted to the Consecutive BEd
Early Years Program, effective Fall Term
2004, students must have at least 30 credit
hours of course work in teachable subjects
involving courses in at least four different
teachable subjects.
To be admitted to the Consecutive BEd
Middle or Young Adult Programs, effective
Fall Term 2004, students must have a
major of 30 credit hours in one teachable
subject and 18 credit hours in another
teachable subject or, a double minor of 24
credit hours in two different teachable
subjects.
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Required Documentation
1.
Application form, and education
supplementary forms which includes
evidence of experience and education
indicating a suitability for and an
interest in education, and a personal
statement of intent and purpose.
2.
Official transcript(s) of academic
record to date, other than University of
New Brunswick transcripts. Applicants
must arrange for an official transcript
at each university, college, or other
post-secondary institution attended to
be sent directly to the Admissions
Office by the academic records
department of the institution.
Applicants must also arrange for an
official transcript of all grades
received after the time of application
to be sent directly to the Admissions
Office as soon as it becomes
available. The Admissions Office
cannot accept the applicant's copy of
any transcript.
The following documents must be
submitted by January 31st of the academic
year for which the applicant is seeking
admission:
1.
Application form and education
supplementary forms, which include
evidence of experience and education
indicating a suitability for and an
interest in education, and a personal
statement of intent and purpose.
2.
Official transcript(s) of academic
record to date, other than University of
New Brunswick transcripts. Applicants
must arrange for an official transcript
at each university, college, or other
post-secondary institution attended to
be sent directly to the Admissions
Office by the academic records
department of the institution.
Applicants must also arrange for an
official transcript of all grades
received after the time of application
3.
to be sent directly to the Admissions
Office as soon as it becomes
available. The Admissions Office
cannot accept the applicant's copy of
any transcript.
3.
Two references, submitted directly to
the Admissions Office, by persons
able to comment on matters relevant
to the criteria for admission.
Internal and external applicants will follow
the same admissions procedures.
J. Bachelor of Education
Consecutive Program
K. Bachelor of Philosophy
Offered by Renaissance
College
In order to meet learning objectives and to
provide the planned experiential learning
and mentorship components, the program
will have a limited enrollment.
Criteria for Admissions
1.
Admission is granted in consultation with
the Faculty of Education. The number of
places available in the program is limited
and admission is competitive.
Criteria for Admissions
Minimum requirement for admission to the
Faculty of Education Consecutive Degree
Program is the successful completion of
an undergraduate degree with teachable
subjects from a recognized university,
college or other post-secondary institution.
Significant weight will be given to the
academic record. Consideration will also
be given to the applicant's suitability for
and interest in education. Individual
interviews may be conducted as required.
Required Documentation
The following documents must be
submitted by January 31st prior to
beginning of the academic year for which
the applicant is seeking admission:
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Two references, submitted directly to
the Admissions Office by persons
able to comment on matters relevant
to the criteria for admission.
2.
3.
High School applicants must meet
admission requirements as specified
in the chart of First Year Required
Academic Subjects and
accompanying notes found in Section
B of the UNB Academic Calendar.
The UNB regulations applicable to
transfer students and Mature students
are outlined in Section B of the UNB
Academic Calendar. Normally, a
minimum assessment grade point
average of 3.0 (or equivalent) is
required for a student to be
considered for transfer to
Renaissance College.
All applicants must also submit to the
Admissions Office a resume which
clearly and concisely outlines the
applicant's educational and career
goals, volunteer activities, prior
learning experiences, diversity of
background, and skills (such as but
not limited to: artistic, musical,
athletic, cultural, linguistic), and
leadership experience. Typically, this
information can be communicated
well in two or three pages. No specific
forms or formats are required.
4.
Transfer credit toward required RCLP
courses will be given on the basis of
evidence provided by the student for
demonstrated competence in the
learning outcomes associated with
each Renaissance College course.
Admissions Committee
An Admissions Committee of faculty
members, in cooperation with the Office of
the UNB Registrars, will review the
applications. In admitting students, the
Admissions Committee will strive to
assemble a diverse cohort of highly
capable learners and match the student to
the program by determining what the
College can contribute to the individual,
what the individual can contribute to the
College, and what the individuals can
contribute to each other.
L. Bachelor of Integrated
Studies
Criteria for Admission
Normally, applicants to the Bachelor of
Integrated Studies program without a prior
degree must meet the following
requirements:
•
Minimum of 25 years of age
•
Complete an interview with the
Bachelor of Integrated Studies
program advisor to assess their
suitability for the program.
•
Have completed a minimum of 30
credit hours of transferable credit (or
the equivalent through prior learning
assessment) of post-secondary study.
Potential applicants with a degree should
refer to existing regulations in the UNB
Calendar regarding second degrees and
should consult the BIS Coordinator.
Other Special Requirements
Personal Learning Portfolio:
As part of the application process, the
applicant will begin development of a
personal learning portfolio that will be
used as the basis for the assessment
of prior learning. The portfolio will
continue to be developed throughout
the course of study through a
Renaissance College portfolio course
and will be submitted as a graduation
requirement for the program.
UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS
The BIS portfolio documents
formative understanding of how and
to what degree students achieve the
learning outcomes. It is a metaanalysis where students engage in a
reflective critique that, when written,
conveys development and
competency in each of the BIS
outcomes. Examples from
experiences that were not part of BIS
courses or other academic courses
such as workplace or community
activities should also be included
where appropriate. The portfolio is not
merely a list of things done, but things
done and how the student has grown
and developed as a result.
work experience and occupational
training within the Apprenticeship
Program, a high level of competence
in certain areas closely related to UNB
courses.
O. Re-Admissions
1.
M. Certificate of Proficiency in
French
Successful completion of New Brunswick
Grade XII French, or the equivalent, is the
minimum requirement for admission.
Appropriate oral and/or written tests may
be given to place students at the proper
level.
2.
N. New Brunswick Youth
Apprenticeship Program
The following action has been approved
for this group of applicants:
1.
2.
3.
4.
The University of New Brunswick
guarantees successful New
Brunswick Youth Apprenticeship
students access to relevant
undergraduate programs, which are
accessible directly from high school,
provided all minimum requirements
for admission are met and
enrollments are not limited;
An application deadline of 15
February has been created for such
applicants and where it appears that
the level of interest shown by student
apprentices exceeds 5% of
anticipated enrollment, a competition
will be established to stay within this
target;
Such applicants are required to
submit a Youth Apprenticeship
Program progress report in addition to
the normal admission documentation
to provide verification of participation
and to provide background
information should the need arise to
open a competition;
Such students may be referred to the
Challenge for Credit regulations in the
event that they have acquired by the
3.
Students who have been absent from
study for a period of at least 12
consecutive months since their last
attendance are required to seek readmission. Students re-admitted to
the original or another program of
study following an absence from
study, or re-admitted since being
required to withdraw, will normally
follow the calendar for the year study
resumes. Individual faculties may
have established additional
conditions. Students should refer
below for further information
concerning re-admission since being
required to withdraw.
Students who have been required to
withdraw from this university or any
other university or college will not be
accepted, under any circumstances,
in the following academic year. Such
students may be considered for
readmission or admission after they
have spent some time (at least 12
months) away from university and can
provide a satisfactory personal letter
outlining why they feel they will now
be successful as well as a satisfactory
letter of recommendation from
employers and/or others. The
admitting faculty or the Admissions
Committee may require evidence,
such as successful completion of
designated courses, that applicants
are likely to be successful in further
studies.
A student readmitted since being
required to withdraw from this
university or any other university, will
automatically be on academic
probation. Failure to meet the normal
academic regulations at the next time
of assessment will result in final
dismissal from the program. Further
applications for readmission to the
program will not be considered.
P. Requirements for a Second
Undergraduate Bachelor
Degree
Graduates of UNB may apply for
admission to and follow a program towards
a second different undergraduate bachelor
degree and in limited cases a second
same undergraduate bachelor degree
under the following regulations:
Second Different Undergraduate
Bachelor Degree
1.
The general regulations of the
University and the regulations of the
degree program concerned must be
satisfied. Refer to the appropriate
section of this calendar for the
regulations of the degree program.
2.
Degree and departmental regulations
concerning option, concentration,
Major or Honours must be satisfied.*
3.
* Throughout these regulations, the
use of terms "option", "concentration",
"major", and "honours" vary by faculty.
All these terms denote some degree
of specialization.
4.
The minimum number of credit hours,
or courses, which must be
successfully completed beyond the
work required for the previous degree
must not be less than the normal load
of the final academic year in the
degree program concerned. More
than the minimum number of credit
hours, or courses, may be required.
5.
The courses taken must be approved
by the Dean and the Department, or
Departments, under which the option,
concentration, Major, or Honours,
falls.
6.
In Faculties where the credit system is
used, at least half the credits for a
degree, diploma or certificate must be
taken at this University; in Faculties
where the year-system is used, two
years must be taken at this University.
It is normally expected that the final
year of study be completed at this
University.
7.
Candidates for a second different
degree may not normally choose the
same major, honours, option or
concentration as in the first
undergraduate degree.
8.
Students must make specific
application to the Associate Registrar/
Admissions for entry to the second
different degree program.
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9.
Only in special circumstances will
students be admitted to a third
different undergraduate degree
program.
10. The final decision on the course work
requirements for a second different
undergraduate bachelor degree shall
be a matter of agreement between the
Registrar and the Dean, after
consultation with the Chairs of
Departments concerned.
where the year-system is used, two
years must be taken at this University.
It is normally expected that the final
year of study be completed at this
University.
6.
Student may be permitted to upgrade
a Minor or a Major from the first
degree under the following conditions:
Second Same Undergraduate
Bachelor Degree
1.
2.
A second same degree is permitted in
limited cases. The general regulations
of the University and the regulations
of the degree program concerned
must be satisfied. Refer to the
appropriate section of this calendar
for the regulations of the degree
program.
a. At this time on the Fredericton
campus, only the Faculty of
Science will permit a second
same Undergraduate Bachelor
degree.
b. At this time on the Saint John
campus only the Faculty of Arts
and the Faculty of Science,
Applied Science and Engineering
will permit a second same
undergraduate Bachelor degree.
Degree and departmental regulations
concerning option, concentration,
Major or Honours must be satisfied.*
* Throughout these regulations, the
use of terms "option", "concentration",
"major", and "honours" vary by faculty.
All these terms denote some degree
of specialization.
3.
4.
5.
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The minimum number of credit hours,
or courses, which must be
successfully completed beyond the
work required for the previous degree
must not be less than the normal load
of the final academic year in the
degree program concerned. More
than the minimum number of credit
hours, or courses, may be required.
The courses taken must be approved
by the Dean and the Department, or
Departments, under which the option,
concentration, Major, or Honours,
falls.
In Faculties where the credit system is
used, at least half the credits for a
degree, diploma or certificate must be
taken at this University; in Faculties
Candidates for a second degree may
not normally choose the same major,
honours, option or concentration as in
the first undergraduate degree.
a.
b.
c.
7.
8.
9.
A Minor from the first degree may
be upgraded to a Major or
Honours after completion of the
first degree.
A Major from the first degree may
be upgraded to an Honours after
completion of the first degree.
In either case, a notation only will
be included on the student record
and a second degree will not be
awarded.
Q. Transfer Students
University of New Brunswick Students
University of New Brunswick students
wishing to transfer to another degree
program must complete a Transfer
Request form, preferably before March
31st (January 31st for BEd applicants).
Applications received after that date will be
considered, provided that space is
available. It is recommended that transfer
applications for degree programs requiring
special forms, i.e. BN and Kinesiology, be
submitted in January or February
(November or December for BEd).
Applications to transfer are available at the
Registrar's Office on both campuses. The
record to date will be assessed by the
Registrar in consultation with the
administrative head of the degree program
concerned. If the transfer is accepted, a
statement of the student's position in the
new program, including the credit hours
permitted towards the new degree
program, will be made.
Students will not be permitted to
Students from other Universities or Post
include a Minor in the second degree. Secondary Institutions
Students must make specific
A student wishing to transfer from a
application to the Associate Registrar/ recognized university or college to UNB
Admissions for entry to the second
will be considered for admission subject to
degree program.
the following University of New Brunswick
Only in special circumstances will
students be admitted to a third
undergraduate degree program.
The final decision on the course work
requirements for a second different
undergraduate bachelor degree shall
be a matter of agreement between the
Registrar and the Dean, after
consultation with the Chairs of
Departments concerned.
Graduates of other universities are not
eligible to apply under these regulations.
Applications from such candidates will be
considered for possible acceptance and
advanced standing on receipt of official
transcripts submitted to the Associate
Registrar/Admissions.
Students who desire to complete
requirements for two different Bachelor
Degrees at the same time will be granted
such permission provided approval from
both Faculties concerned has been
granted. If permission is granted, students
must be admitted to the second program
by the Admissions Office. Requirements
for each degree program are determined
by each Faculty. This arrangement is
separate from the Concurrent Degree
Programs offered by the University.
regulations:
1.
Students should apply in writing by
March 31 (January 31st for BEd
applicants). Applications received
after that date will be considered,
provided that space is available.
2.
Students who for academic reasons
are not eligible for readmission to the
university at which they last registered
will not be admitted to UNB.
3.
A transfer student eligible to continue
at the university last attended will be
considered on the same basis as UNB
students. Note: The Faculty of Law is
excluded from these regulations.
4.
Courses for which credit has been
awarded at the transferring institution
will be accepted provided that:
e.
a.
the courses being considered for
credit satisfy the program
requirements at the University of
New Brunswick.
the courses being considered
meet the standard of grade
required within the program at the
University of New Brunswick.
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5.
Official records will be evaluated and
notification will be forwarded from the
Registrar's Office concerning the
student's position in the program at
the University of New Brunswick,
including the number of transfer
credits awarded.
R. Application Fraud or
Misconduct
1.
Applications for transfer to UNB must
be submitted to the Admissions
Office. They will be reviewed by the
Dean of the Faculty concerned who,
together with appropriate University
authorities, will determine the position
of the applicant.
In Faculties where the credit system is
used, at least half the credits for a
degree, diploma or certificate must be
taken at this University; in Faculties
where the year-system is used, two
years must be taken at this University.
It is normally expected that the final
year of study be completed at this
University.
a.
b.
2
Applicants wishing to transfer to UNB
are advised to address their request
to the Admissions Office.
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7
8
9
A student accepted as a transfer
student from another AUCC
recognized university or postsecondary institution may be given
credit hours towards a degree for
acceptable previous courses, but the
cumulative grade point average, will
be based only on courses taken at this
University (i.e. those listed in the UNB
Undergraduate Calendar, including
certain approved St. Thomas
University courses).
b.
From time to time and in special
circumstances, Faculties may
recommend that credits in addition to
the normal 50 per cent of the degree
program be transferred. Such
recommendation will be considered
by the Registrar. In situations where
approval is denied, and at the request
of the Faculty, the matter will be
referred to the Senate Admissions
Committee for resolution.
c.
d.
3.
work taken during the period after
the failure to disclose will be
considered for credit only if the
student is readmitted and after
consultation with the Faculty
concerned; and
the notation "Required to
Withdraw" will be a permanent
statement on the student's
transcript of record.
Where the Registrar has reason to
believe that a student failed at the
time of application to disclose
attendance at another post-secondary
institution as required, the Registrar,
where possible, shall discuss the
matter with the student. Where the
Registrar determines that the student
failed to disclose such information as
required, the Registrar shall impose
such penalty as considered
appropriate in the circumstances. By
registered mail, the Registrar shall:
a.
Students who transfer from another
post-secondary institution to a
Concurrent Degree program at UNB
must complete at least half the total
credit hours for that concurrent
program and at least half of the credit
hours normally required for each
included program at this University.
Current university regulations
governing the number of credits that
must be taken at the University of
New Brunswick apply.
Undergraduate students who at the
time of application fail to provide
required information regarding
attendance at another post-secondary
institution will normally be required to
withdraw from the University for a
period of at least twelve months.
Where a student is required to
withdraw,
notify the student of the decision
and the penalty imposed;
provide the student with the basis
and reasons for the decision;
advise the student of the right to
appeal to the appropriate Senate
Admissions Committee; and
in the event of an appeal, request
that the student submit a written
statement regarding the case
within three weeks, and
encourage the student to be
present when the case is heard.
other than attendance at university, a high
level of competence in certain areas
closely related to courses offered at this
University. The Challenge for Credit
scheme makes it possible for the
University to give recognition to such
attainment.
The regulations which follow provide a
mechanism for Departments to offer
Challenge for Credit examinations in
courses which they consider appropriate.
Regulations
The Challenge for Credit scheme does not
apply to the School of Graduate Studies or
the Faculty of Law or the Faculty of
Education.
1.
(b) The result of Challenge
examinations will be recorded
subsequent to registration.
2.
Normally, a request for challenge for
credit will not be considered after one
year from the date of the student's first
registration in a degree, diploma or
certificate program at UNB.
3.
A student may receive credit by
Challenge only when registered in a
formal degree, diploma or certificate
program, i.e. no credit for students in
"no degree", "visiting" or "qualifying"
programs.
4.
A student shall not be allowed to
challenge for credit more than once in
any course.
5.
No student may challenge for credit in
a course for which the student has
previously registered (including
registration for audit) either at UNB or
any other university or equivalent
institution.
6.
(a) The maximum credit which a
student may obtain by challenge is
whichever is the lesser of 30 credit
hours or 25% of the requirements of
the program. (Please note certain
Faculties may have a more restrictive
policy.) (b) Students must still
complete at least 50% of the program
at UNB excluding credits obtained by
Challenge.
7.
A student on "academic probation" or
"required to withdraw" may not
challenge for credit.
The regulations with respect to a
student's right to appeal on academic
matters shall apply with any
necessary modifications to a case
referred to the Committee involving a
failure to disclose attendance at
another post-secondary institution.
S. Challenge for Credit
A significant number of students are
entering university having acquired, by
work experience and/or forms of study
(a) Only students who have been
admitted to a degree, diploma or
certificate program at the University of
New Brunswick may challenge for
credit.
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8.
A student may not challenge for credit
in a course of a lower level than one
already attempted.
9.
Courses challenged will be identified
as such on the student's transcript
and will be shown as "Credit" (CR), or
"No Credit" (NCR). A grade of 'C' must
be obtained for credit to be allowed.
10. The challenge for credit will normally
be in the form of a comprehensive
examination. In some cases
additional proof of expertise, such as
evidence of laboratory experience,
will be required.
11. The Department or faculty member
concerned will determine the content
and form of the challenge for credit
examination.
12. Applications must be approved by the
department concerned which should
be satisfied that there is a reasonable
basis for requesting a challenge, such
as previous work or educational
experience.
13. (a) Challenge for credit examinations
will be held only on the campuses of
the University of New Brunswick.
(b) Normally, challenge examinations
will be held during the first week of
lectures in the Fall Term or, in the
case of a student admitted to start in
January, during the first week of
lectures in the second or Winter Term.
Application to challenge for credit
must be made 30 days in advance of
these examination periods. At the
discretion of the department
concerned and with the agreement of
the Registrar, this period may be
shortened (e.g. if an examination
paper suitable for challenge for credit
is already available).
Applications must be accompanied by the
appropriate fee in full. (See Section C.)
Application forms are available at the
Registrar's Office.
T. Prior Learning Assessment
Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) refers to
the systematic evaluation of learning
which an individual has achieved through
work, life and educational experiences,
and the relating of that learning to the
expected learning outcomes of courses
and programs in which the individual is
enrolled at UNB for the purpose of granting
credit where appropriate. PLA is not the
granting of credit for experience but rather
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for learning. The validity of PLA is based
on the recognition that learning takes
place in a variety of settings and through a
variety of experiences, and that students
who bring university-level learning upon
entrance to a UNB degree, diploma or
certificate program should receive credit
for what they already know or can do, as
assessed against the expected outcomes
of that program.
and sent directly, or through the
faculty members Dean, to the
Development Office on the
Fredericton Campus, or the Office of
Advancement, Communications, and
Recognition on the Saint John
campus. (The student would receive a
tax receipt for a charitable donation.)
b.
Students offering gifts in kind which
are inappropriate or have a significant
monetary value could be referred to
the faculty members Dean, the
Development Office on the
Fredericton Campus, or the Office of
Advancement, Communications, and
Recognition on the Saint John
campus.
c.
In lieu of gifts of money or in kind,
students who wish to express thanks
or appreciation to a faculty member
could be encouraged to:
If credit is approved, then a grade of
"transfer credit" (TR) will be shown on the
transcript of record.
Specific course/s for which credit has been
approved through prior learning
assessment will be identified as such on
the student's record.
Unassigned credit to be applied to a
student's program will be identified as
such on the student record.
Partial course credit as a result of prior
learning assessment will not be shown on
the student transcript of record. Such a
result will form part of a student's computer
record if possible in any student
information system the University is using
and will be held on file in the student's
program Faculty and the Registrar's
Office.
The result of a PLA evaluation will be
recorded subsequent to registration.
For further information, please contact the
Dean of your Faculty or the Director, PLA
Services.
U. Procedure for Dealing with
Student Gifts
As a matter of principle, the University
discourages the practice of students giving
gifts to faculty members. However, from
time-to-time faculty members may be
presented with a gift from one or more
students or an entire class that expresses
appreciation. Such gifts may range from
flowers to items of considerable value. In
some cases the offering of a gift may
reflect a cultural custom on the part of the
students(s) concerned. Faculty members
should use their professional to decide
whether or not to accept such gifts from
students, and may wish to consider the
following alternatives, especially when
only one or two gift givers are involved:
a.
Students offering gifts of money could
be encouraged to make a donation to
a University scholarship, bursary or
prize fund, or some other University
purpose. The gift could be designated
in appreciation of Professor xxxxx,
i.
ii.
iii.
Nominate the faculty member for
a Faculty or University teaching
award
Write a letter of appreciation to
the faculty members Dean or the
Vice-President
Send a card or note of thanks to
the faculty member.
Under any circumstances, faculty
members should avoid accepting gifts
from students prior to submission of final
grades for those students, or completion of
supervision.
II. CONFIDENTIALITY,
SECURITY AND
RELEASE OF
STUDENT ACADEMIC
RECORDS
The term "official academic record" when
used in these policies means the
information concerning admission and
academic performance of students as it is
contained in any record of information
however recorded or stored.
A.
The official academic records of
students are the property of the
University.
B.
The Registrars and any designated
officer, where applicable, shall retain
the custody of the official student
academic records, however recorded
or stored, in the Office of the
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Registrar, the School of Graduate
Studies, the Department of Integrated
Technology Services, and the Faculty
of Law, all of the University of New
Brunswick Fredericton and Saint John
("the University"), and shall be
responsible for their security and
maintenance.
C.
Students desiring to have their names
changed on their official student
record be it by means of alteration,
deletion, substitution or addition must
submit appropriate supporting
documentation.
D.
RELEASE OF INFORMATION
1.
Except as provided herein,
official academic records are
confidential and shall not be
divulged to any third party,
including parents or guardians,
except as noted in this statement,
without the written consent of the
student concerned.
2.
Students have the right to official
copies of their University of New
Brunswick transcripts of record.
Official transcripts issued to
students are indicated as such on
the transcript. Any requests
should be submitted to the
appropriate Registrar's office with
the required fee. Transcripts and
degree parchments will be
withheld for students, including
former students, who have failed
to meet their financial obligations
to the University. Students have
the right to access their
transcripts of record as held in
the computerized files and to
print unofficial copies of their
transcripts of record.
3.
Partial transcripts will not be
issued.
4.
Transcripts shall only be released
or personal information contained
in the official student records
released in accordance with
University policy:
a. Where the person to whom the
information relates has
identified that information in
particular and has consented
to its disclosure;
b. For the purpose for which it
was obtained or compiled or
for a purpose consistent
therewith;
c. To an officer or employee of
the University who needs the
record in the performance of
his or her duties;
d. For the purpose of complying
with a requirement to provide
information lawfully imposed
upon the University by a
federal/provincial government
authority;
e. Where disclosure is necessary
to aid in the investigation of
allegations that individuals
have made false statements
or engaged in other
misleading conduct
concerning their attendance or
performance or status within
or completion of an academic
program of the University;
f. In compelling circumstances
affecting the health or safety
of an individual, if, upon
disclosure, notification thereof
is mailed to the last known
address of the individual to
whom the information relates;
g. In compassionate
circumstances, to facilitate
contact with the next of kin or
a friend of an individual who is
injured, ill or deceased; or
h. To a person who has been
authorized by the individual to
whom the information related
to make an enquiry on that
individual's behalf or, where
that individual is
incapacitated, has been
authorized by the next of kin or
legal representative of that
individual.
5.
The Campus Registrar may
authorize access to academic
records for the purpose of
research. Students of the
University may examine their
personal official academic
records held in paper files, with
the exception of letters of
reference provided to the
University in confidence. A
member of the Registrar's Office
or a designated officer on the
campus where the record is held
will be present during such an
inspection. Students may
examine letters of reference or
other information provided to the
University in confidence only with
the written permission of the
referee or writer being first
obtained and received by the
appropriate Registrar or
designated officer holding the file.
6.
The Office of the Registrar will
not normally provide students or
third parties, except as noted
below, with copies of documents
on file, such as transcripts from
other institutions, or
correspondence provided to the
University in confidence. In the
case of a request for copies of
documents made to a Campus
Registrar's office, an exception
may be made in severe situations
such as where an international
student is unable to obtain copies
of original documents. If the
request is approved, the
Registrar will authorize copies of
such documents be forwarded to
another institution marked "copy
of original documents on file."
7.
The University considers certain
information, that is, a student's
name, dates of university
attendance, verification of
degrees obtained, to be public
information. Such information
may be disclosed by the Campus
Registrar or designated officer
without the consent of the
student. Students who object to
the release of such information
shall notify the Registrar of the
campus where the information is
held, in writing, giving the specific
objection or objections. The
Registrar shall then determine
what action, if any, will be taken
and advise the student and the
designated Officer where
necessary.
8.
The University routinely releases
student e-mail identifiers while
the student is enrolled at the
University. Students who object
to such release must notify the
Campus Registrar.
9.
The University routinely provides,
through secure on-line access, a
digitized image of the student
identification photograph to
individual instructors during the
period the student is registered in
that instructors course. The
Deans, the Director of the
College of Extended Learning,
Directors of Student Services, the
Director and Associate Director of
Residential Life, and the
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Universitys Department of
Security will also have access to
such images. Students who
object to such use of their student
identification photograph should
notify the Campus Registrar.
as authorized by the Campus
Registrar or designate on such
specific terms as the Registrar or
designate shall determine.
13. Access is provided on the explicit
condition that such information in
the electronic academic student
records shall not be released to
others except as may be
permitted in accordance with
these regulations.
10. (a) Deans, Associate/Assistant
Deans, faculty Student Advisors
and the Director of the College of
Extended Learning shall have
unrestricted electronic access to
academic student records.
(b) i. Full time faculty members
shall have electronic access to
academic student records of
students registered or formally
seeking registration in their
courses as may be required in
the performance of the faculty
members duties.
III. FRENCH LANGUAGE
POLICY FREDERICTON
ii. Stipendiary part-time faculty
members may be granted
electronic access to academic
student records of students
registered or formally seeking
registration in their courses
required in the performance of
the faculty members duties as
authorized by the Dean or
Director of the College of
Extended Learning.
1.
By providing French language
courses at a level and of a type
appropriate for graduates of French
immersion programs in the public
schools of New Brunswick;
2.
By providing students in all faculties
who are not bilingual with more
information, encouragement and
opportunity for the study of French.
(See Certificate of Proficiency in
French in Section G.)
iii. Normally, part-time faculty
members who are also students
at UNB, should not have access
to student academic records.
iv. Access is provided during the
period the student is registered or
formally seeking registration in
the faculty members course and
for 45 days following the end of
term in which the course is
scheduled.
11. Other Faculty and College
personnel may be granted
electronic access to academic
student records required in the
performance of their duties as
authorized by the Dean or
Director of the College of
Extended Learning on such
specific terms as the Dean or
Director shall determine.
12.Members of administrative and
other academic units may be
granted electronic access to
academic student records
required in the performance of
their duties upon request to and
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V. MINOR PROGRAMS
The University offers students an
opportunity to broaden and complement
their programs of study by completing the
requirements for a Minor. A complete list of
approved Minor Programs is available in
the Registrar's Office. A Minor program
can be a University interdisciplinary Minor
or one offered through a faculty or
department.
1.
Students interested in pursuing a
Minor Program should consult with
their program advisor to determine if a
Minor will be permitted and to discuss
its relation to their program of study.
Advice and course approval must
then be obtained from the coordinator,
committee or individual responsible
for the Minor. Normally, a student
must declare a Minor on or before
registration for final year. A student
may declare a Minor after this date
only with the approval of the
Registrar, with the concurrence of the
Department(s) concerned.
2.
A Minor can be taken only in
conjunction with a degree program
and must be completed while the
student is qualifying for the degree.
Successful completion of the Minor
will be recorded on the student's
transcript of record. The same
procedure must be followed for each
successive Minor.
3.
A Minor shall consist of eight term
courses or the equivalent (a minimum
of 24 credit hours) and shall be
selected to form a coherent set or
sequence of courses. The student
must achieve a grade of "C" or better
in each course for it to be counted as
part of the Minor. Compulsory or
required courses in a student's degree
program normally may not form part of
the Minor.
4.
A student who has completed a Minor
located in one degree program may
apply to and, if admitted, enter a
second degree program to obtain a
second bachelor's degree. Such a
student could obtain the Majors or
Honours designation in the same field
as the Minor if the requirements are
completed successfully under the
regulations governing a "Second
Undergraduate Bachelor's Degree.
5.
Students interested in pursuing more
than one minor program must have
permission from their faculty advisor.
All above regulations apply.
The University undertakes to meet the
needs of undergraduate students with
respect to French:
IV. FRENCH LANGUAGE
POLICY - SAINT JOHN
The Saint John Campus of the University
of New Brunswick intends to meet the
needs of its undergraduate students with
respect to French by providing (where
feasible) French Language courses at a
level and of a type appropriate for
graduates of French immersion programs
in the public schools of New Brunswick,
and by providing students in all programs
who are not bilingual with more
information, encouragement and
opportunity for the study of French.
Cette politique s'adresse aux étudiant(e)s
anglophones. Les étudiante(e)s
francophones sont également
encouragé(e)s à suivre des cours au
niveau approprié dans la discipline de
français.
UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS
VI.ACADEMIC
REGULATIONS
A. Class Attendance
1.
2.
3.
Students are expected to attend all
classes, laboratories, tutorials, or
other class meetings officially
designated for a particular course.
They are expected, also, to complete
all assignments. Departments, or
individual instructors, may make
specific requirements about
attendance and class participation. An
instructor may assign a final grade of
F in the course to a student who fails
to meet any one of these
requirements, including failure to
maintain the stipulated attendance
policy. Such requirements must be
communicated in writing to students
within the first two weeks of the
course (see item A(4) under
Examination, Standing and
Promotion). It is the responsibility of a
student who is absent during the first
two weeks to ascertain the
requirements of the course.
Students are advised to check course
restrictions to determine the policy in
effect concerning class attendance
during the first week of lectures. In
some courses, for example, those
with limited enrollment, failure to
attend during the first week or to make
arrangements with the instructor may
result in the cancellation of the
registration. Approval of the
Departmental Chair, or the Dean in
Faculties where there is no Chair, is
required.
It is expected that most problems
caused by a student's absence from
classes,including absence from midterm tests, can be resolved with the
instructor concerned. If through
sickness or other unavoidable cause,
a student is absent from classes, the
student must advise the instructors
immediately upon return to classes.
The instructor may request suitable
documentation if such confirmation is
considered necessary. Health
certificates will be accepted for
consideration only from the health
care professional who attended the
student during the period of absence.
B. Adding Courses
D. Final Course Grades
A period of two weeks is allowed from the
commencement (first day of lectures)of fall
term for addition of fall term and full year
courses and from the commencement of
winter term for addition of winter term
courses. A student adding a course is
responsible for ascertaining the
requirements of the course and for
completing them.
1.
The term work in a course (excluding
any work given in lieu of a final
examination, see Examination,
Standing and Promotion regulations,
item A(6)) must be submitted by the
last day of lectures or earlier as
required by the instructor. The
instructor must submit a final grade
based on the work submitted by the
student, including term work and
examination, as determined by the
instructor.
2.
Once a grade has been submitted a
student is not permitted to do work
extra or additional to that required of
other students in a course in order to
gain a better grade in the course.
C. Dropping Courses
To avoid academic penalty students are
advised to pay particular attention to the
following information concerning the
meaning of symbols, based on the date of
withdrawal from a course, which will
appear on the official transcript. Exact
dates in effect for the current year are
noted in the academic calendar at the front
of this publication.
A request to change a recorded grade
in a course is to be made in writing by
the instructor to the Registrar. An
explanation of the reason/s for the
change must be included at the time
of the submission.
Students are strongly encouraged to
consult with their advisor before
withdrawing from a course.
Full Year Courses
•
Courses dropped up to two weeks
following the commencement of
classes are deleted from the record.
Courses dropped up to the end of the
second week of classes in January
carry no academic penalty and are
shown as a "W" on the transcript.
•
Courses dropped after the abovedescribed no-penalty period but within
at least two weeks prior to the end of
scheduled classes are recorded on
the transcript as "F" and a grade of
zero (0) is carried into the GPA.
•
Courses dropped within the last two
weeks of classes are recorded as an
"F" on the transcript.
E. Other Regulations
1.
The last date to withdraw without
academic penalty from courses of
duration shorter or longer than the
usual one term or full-year period is
the point where approximately three
quarters of the course time has
elapsed.
2.
Students may specify that a course is
"extra" to the program and should not
be included in their grade point
average. Such a notation must be
requested by the mid point of the
term.
3.
(a) It is the function of the instructor to
evaluate and assess a student's work
in a course, and to award interim and
final course grades.
Term Courses
•
Courses dropped up to two weeks
after the commencement of classes
are deleted from the record.
•
Courses dropped between the abovedescribed deletion period and the final
fifteen days of the term are recorded
on the transcript as a "W" and carry no
academic penalty.
(b) The decisions made by the
instructor as to the content of the
course syllabus are not appealable.
Decisions made by the instructor as to
the weighting of tests, assignments
and examinations, are not subject to
appeal unless demonstrably unfair in
the circumstances.
•
Courses dropped after the no-penalty
period are recorded on the transcript
as "F" and a grade of zero (0) is
carried into the GPA.
(c) Regulations governing review or
appeal of a grade assigned are found
in the Review of Grades section of this
Calendar.
4.
Academic probation constitutes notice
of unsatisfactory performance and is a
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warning that the student must improve
to meet the grade point average
requirements of the program in order
to avoid being required to withdraw
from the University.
F. Permission to Study Off
Campus at Another
University or Other PostSecondary Institution
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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All transfer of credits from other
universities or other post-secondary
institution must be approved by the
Registrar. A student at UNB who
wishes to take courses at another
university for credit towards the
degree program at UNB must obtain a
letter of permission, in advance, from
the Registrar at UNB. A letter of
permission will not be granted to a
student required to withdraw and
normally will not be granted to a
student on academic probation.
Courses taken with permission at
other universities or post-secondary
institutions will be considered for
transfer credit if credit is granted at the
transferring institution, provided that
the standard of grade required within
the student's UNB program is met.
Students will be notified in writing at
the time permission is given of the
specific minimum grade which must
be achieved.
In Faculties where the credit hour
system is used, at least half of the
credit hours for a degree must be
taken at this University. In Faculties
where the year-system is used, two
years, including the final year, must
be taken at this University. These
provisions may be waived by the
Registrar in consultation with the
Faculty concerned in extraordinary
circumstances.
VII.OFFICIAL
WITHDRAWAL
(VOLUNTARY) FROM
UNIVERSITY
A student who is considering withdrawing
from study is strongly advised to consult
with his or her faculty advisor. If the
student decides to withdraw from
University, the Registrar's Office must be
notified in writing and the necessary
process on the computerized registration
system must be completed to avoid failing
grades. The official date of withdrawal will
be the date written communication is
received in the Registrar's Office or the
date recorded on the computerized
system. Notifying instructors or ceasing to
attend lectures does not constitute official
withdrawal.
VIII. EXAMINATION,
STANDING AND
PROMOTION
A. General Information
1.
The method of examination in a
course is determined by the instructor.
2.
The final standing of each student, in
each course, is assessed on the final
examination, if one is held, and term
work (essays, reports, tests, including
mid-course examinations, attendance
requirements, etc.).
3.
Students entering a concurrent
degree program are advised that at
least one half of the requirements for
each degree must be UNB credits.
Faculties may impose an academic
decision based on the student's
performance while studying at another 4.
university or post-secondary
institution.
Grades of C - earned at the other
institution normally will not be
accepted if a minimum grade of "C" in
the course is required in the student's
program of study. Special requests for
final grade. Such notification shall be
in writing distributed to the class in a
regular class period. Email notification
is satisfactory where email has been
established as a common method of
communication within the course.
Notification on the Internet for courses
taught electronically is satisfactory.
consideration of transfer should be
made in writing to the Registrar. A
decision will be made in consultation
with the Faculty concerned.
Final examinations, if any, for fall term
courses and mid-course
examinations, are held in December.
Final examinations are normally held
in April and May for all year courses
(two terms) and all winter term
courses.
Within two weeks of the first day of
lectures the instructor must provide
the students attending the course with
a full explanation of the basis on
which the final grade will be
calculated, that is: the weighting of
tests, examinations, assignments,
attendance requirements, and any
other work which contributes to the
5.
Instructors must notify students,
preferably within the first two weeks of
lectures but by the mid-point of a
course, if the final examination is to be
a take-home examination or one that
is to be included in the University's
official examination schedule.
Students must be informed if the final
examination is an open or closed
book format by the mid-point of the
course. Such notification shall be in
writing distributed to the class in a
regular class period. Email notification
is satisfactory where email has been
established as a common method of
communication within the course.
Notification on the Internet for courses
taught electronically is also
satisfactory.
6.
The final examination in any course
may be waived by the instructor.
Notice that an examination has been
waived must be communicated to the
students attending the course within
two weeks of the first lecture.
7.
(a) No examination or test may be
held in the last 10 lecture days of any
term or during the reading period, but
see d) below.
(b) All term work is due not later than
the last day of lectures.
(c) A paper, assignment or take-home
examination given in lieu of a final
examination is due the last day of the
examination schedule.
(d) The following may be exceptions
to the regulations (a) and (c):
i.
ii.
iii.
courses with regular, usually
weekly, tests;
courses requiring laboratory
examinations of a practical
nature;
courses in which oral
examinations are given. In such
cases a mutually agreeable time
may be arranged between the
student and the instructor.
In the case of the exceptions i) and ii)
the tests or examinations must be
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held during the regular class period.
Registrar, be given special
consideration in writing examinations,
tests and assignments. Such special
consideration may include oral
examinations and/or extension of the
time to write an examination.
Consideration will not be granted after
two years at UNB or any other English
speaking institution.
A student or faculty member reports
instances of contravention of this
regulation to the Registrar.
8.
9.
Normally, tests held during the regular
lecture period (other than final
examinations scheduled by the
Registrar) are to be conducted during
a regularly scheduled class time. In
exceptional circumstances and with
the approval of the Dean, an instructor
may schedule a test for another time.
Such a test is to replace, rather than
add to, the regularly scheduled class
periods for the course and it must not
interrupt other regularly scheduled
classes or tests for students.
Permission to write early
examinations is almost never granted.
Students may apply to the Registrar's
Office to write a deferred examination
on the basis of documented
extenuating circumstances (See Item
D., Deferred Examinations). Students
who, because of documented
extenuating circumstances, wish to
write a final examination before the
date of the examination on the official
University schedule should request
such an arrangement with the
instructor of the course involved.
Instructors have no obligation to
permit a student to write an
examination ahead of the scheduled
date.
10. A student who is scheduled to write
three examinations in one 24-hour
period during the formal examination
period may apply to the Registrar to
write one of the examinations at
another time during the examination
period.
11. Instructors must notify students, in
writing, as soon as possible and no
later than two weeks prior to the end
of classes, of the specific items, other
than normal writing instruments (such
as pens, pencils, rulers and erasers),
they may use in the examination
room. These include tables, formulae,
memoranda, other electronic or
mechanical aids.
12. (a) Students admitted without having
passed the appropriate high school or
equivalent English course, or who
were not required to demonstrate on
admission an acceptable level of
English usage on an approved
English test, may, at the discretion of
the instructor in consultation with the
(b) Students with disabilities may
request reasonable accommodations
to enable them to complete academic
requirements. The student may be
required to provide the University with
professional reports which contain
specific recommended
accommodations which are
necessary for the student to achieve
course, examination and program
completion. The University will
respond to requests for reasonable
accommodations as its resources
permit. For more information see the
Policy and Guideline Handbook for
Students with Disabilities.
(c) Students who wish to be
considered under the provisions in a)
or b) must make the request to the
instructor no later than the mid point of
the term.
provided at least 24 credit hours have
been attempted since the last
assessment grade point average was
recorded.
2.
In all Faculties an assessment grade
point average of 3.7 or higher must be
achieved, except in the Faculty of Law
where the minimum assessment
grade point average for inclusion on
the Dean's list is 3.3 and the student
stands among the top 10% of his or
her class.
3.
Courses, including practicum courses,
with final evaluations of credit/no
credit rather than a letter grade will be
included as part of the 24 credit hours
required in the grade point average
assessment.
4.
Students who in their final year of
study do not have any assessment
grade point calculation will be
included on a Dean's list provided
such a distinction was earned on the
last assessment and provided a letter
grade of "B" or higher was achieved in
all courses taken. At least 12 credit
hours of work must have been
undertaken to have Dean's list status
under this provision.
5.
Co-op students will be subject to
these regulations:
13. Students may see their own
examinations and papers, by
arrangement with the instructor, after
the grades have been released.
a.
b.
B. Competence in English
The University places great importance on
its students achieving competence in
English. To this end, students are required
to complete successfully with a mark of C
or above a minimum of 12 ch of courses
that contain a significant amount of writing
in English. Students should consult their
Faculty advisors to determine which
courses satisfy this requirement. The
courses which satisfy this requirement are
identified by (W).
c.
d.
6.
Students on a professional
experience program (PEP) must have
successfully completed the work term
and have completed at least 15 credit
hours in one term during the
assessment grade point average
period.
7.
Course work done off-campus with
permission will not form part of the
assessment grade point average and
subsequent decision concerning
inclusion on a Dean's list. The Dean
has the right to add such students to
the Dean's List where deemed
appropriate.
C. Dean's List Criteria
The Faculties of the University publicly
recognize superior academic performance
of their students by publishing Dean's lists.
Such distinction is also noted on the
transcript of record. Criteria for inclusion
on a Dean's list are as follows:
1.
Decisions for full-time and part-time
students are based on assessment
grade point averages which are
calculated in May of each year
one work term in the assessment
period - at least 24 credit hours
required
two work terms in the
assessment period - at least 15
credit hours required
December program completion at least 15 credit hours from
September 1 - December 31
Second year co-op students with
a January work term - at least 15
credit hours required
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8.
Students must be enrolled in a
degree, diploma or certificate program
to be included on a Dean's list.
9.
Students enrolled in a concurrent or
joint degree program will be
considered for the Dean's list in both
Faculties represented.
D. Deferred Examinations
1.
2.
3.
Students who by reason of illness or
extenuating circumstances are unable
to write final examinations at the
specified times may apply to the
Registrar for permission to write
deferred examinations. For
examinations to be written on
campus, the student must contact the
instructor in the course to determine
the time and place. The Registrar
makes arrangements with the
students for deferred examinations
written off campus. Deferred
examinations take the place of the
final examinations which the student
was unable to write. Applications for
such deferred examinations,
supported by health certificates or
other evidence, must reach the
Registrar within two weeks of the final
examinations which the student was
unable to write.
Students who become ill and
withdraw for this reason during a final
examination, or who feel that their
performance was affected seriously
by illness, even if they do not
withdraw, must, if they wish to be
eligible for a deferred examination,
notify their instructor or an invigilator
before leaving the examination room.
They should then go immediately to
be examined medically. They may
then apply to the Registrar within two
weeks of the final examinations they
were unable to write for a deferred
examination.
Students are responsible for all
charges incurred for deferred
examinations written off-campus.
5.
The designation Incomplete (INC) is
recorded for courses in which
deferred examinations are to be
5.
E. Grading System and
Classification
Courses
Courses in the University are offered in a
classroom setting, laboratory setting or
through some method of distance
education. The regular academic session
year is September - April. Within this
session, there are two terms, 15 weeks
each (including the examination period)
September - December and January April. In addition, there is an intersession
on the Fredericton Campus, May - June, a
spring session, May - August, on the Saint
John Campus and a summer session, July
- August, on both campuses. All courses
offered by the University are referred to as
term courses or full-year courses.
Full-Year Courses: Those courses
that are normally completed over the
two terms associated with the regular
academic session year.
Term Courses: Those courses that
are normally completed in one term
during the regular academic session
year.
Credit Hours
1.
2.
Application for a deferred examination
on grounds not considered acceptable
by the Registrar may be referred to
3.
the appropriate Senate Committee.
The student must make such request
to the Registrar within two weeks from
the date of the Registrar's letter of
notification of this decision.
4.
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written. Refer to the regulations on
Incompletes for a further explanation
of "INC" grades.
4.
Each Faculty is responsible for
assigning credit values to courses
within its jurisdiction. These credit
values are approved by the
appropriate University Senate. Credit
hour values may range from - 18
although the typical term course has a
3 credit hour weight and a typical fullyear course has a 6 credit hour
weight.
Students should consult the Financial
Information Section of this calendar
for information on tuition charges and
full-time/part-time status based on the
credit value of courses taken.
Most Faculties, in their own
regulations, state the minimum
number of credit hours which must be
successfully completed for graduation
in each degree program. Credit hour
requirements for degree programs in
Saint John are given in Section E, and
in Fredericton are given in Section G.
Students accumulate credit hours, as
assigned, for courses completed with
a grade of D or better (See below).
Faculties may consider courses
offered by other Faculties to have
satisfied a half-course (normally 3
credit hours) or a full course (normally
6 credit hours) regardless of the credit
hours attached to the course in the
calendar and recorded on the
student's transcript of record.
Students should consult the relevant
sections of this calendar for Faculty
policies.
Grades
With the exception of the School of
Graduate Studies and Faculty of Law, a
candidate's final standing in a course is
indicated by the following letter grades:
A+
A
AB+
B
BC+
C
D
F
excellent
performance
good
performance
satisfactory
performance
less than
satisfactory
performance
failure
4.3 grade points
4.0 grade points
3.7 grade points
3.3 grade points
3.0 grade points
2.7 grade points
2.3 grade points
2.0 grade points
1.0 grade point
0.0 grade points
•
A grade of D will be considered for
program credit only in certain
circumstances. See Faculty
regulations and refer to program
descriptions in this calendar.
•
Departments have the right to decide
whether or not a D meets prerequisite
or Major requirements. See
appropriate degree and departmental
listings.
•
Credit hours for courses with an "F"
grade may not be counted towards
graduation, but will be used as credit
hours attempted in assessing grade
point average.
•
Courses taken at St. Thomas
University as part of a student's
regular course load in which the final
grade is C- will normally not be
accepted for credit if a grade of at
least C in the course in question is
required in the student's program of
study.
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Notations
1.
INC (Incomplete)
Issued on the recommendation of the
instructor and approved by the
Registrar, in situations where students
present written evidence of medical or
extenuating circumstances which
prevent completion of the work within
the stated time period. It is expected
that the work will be completed within
two months after the final date for
classes in the course. A grade of F will
normally be assigned if the work is not
completed. The period for completion
may be extended upon
recommendation of the instructor and
with the approval of the Registrar. It is
the responsibility of the student to
seek such an extension before the
expiration of the two month period.
Evidence of medical or
compassionate grounds to
substantiate such a request must be
4.
submitted to the Registrar.
The designation incomplete (INC) is
recorded for courses in which
deferred examinations are to be
written.
2.
f.
g.
X (Extra)
# On the basis of an appeal, the grade
shown but not included in grade point
average calculations.
7.
W (Withdraw without academic
penalty)
A student wishing to attend classes in
a given degree credit course without
being assigned a grade may register
to "audit" the course, subject to the
following regulations:
8.
CTN (Course continues in next term)
a.
Grade point averages are calculated by
dividing the total number of grade points
obtained (credit hours x grade point
weight) by the number of credit hours
attempted during the period in question in
the program. Grade point averages are
shown to one decimal place. The
University calculates two grade point
averages, which form part of the student's
official record: the Assessment Grade
Point Average; and the Cumulative Grade
Point Average.
b.
c.
d.
Registrations for audit will not be
accepted without permission of
the course instructor.
The degree of class participation
allowed an auditor is at the
discretion of the course
instructor. No grade is assigned
for the course and such a course
is not a credit.
The normal regulations and
deadlines regarding course adds
and drops apply.
A 'credit registration' in a course
may not normally be changed to
an 'audit' after the first two weeks
of the term. Similarly a
Scholarship GPA: In addition, for the
purpose of awarding scholarships a
Scholarship GPA is calculated at the
end of the assessment year (May to
April) provided that 24 credit hours or
more have been attempted,
regardless of program. For students
involved in work placement programs
such as Co-op or PEP, the
scholarship average is calculated
using the Dean's List criteria. This
GPA is held internally and is not
displayed on the student's transcript
of record.
CR (credit)
NCR (no credit)
6.
AUD (Audit)
Cumulative GPA: Is based on all work
taken toward a degree program. The
cumulative grade point average is
used to determine the student's
divisional standing at graduation.
The following actions may also
appear on the student transcript in lieu
of or adjacent to the grade:
Extra course, not credited to the
program the student is enrolled in
during that session and the grade is
not include in the calculation of grade
point averages. Such a notation must
be requested by the mid-point of the
term.
Aegrotat (AEG) Standing
Used rarely. The student has been
unable to complete the course
because of a serious illness or a
compassionate situation but has been
given pass standing on the basis of
previous work. Requests should be
addressed to the Registrar.
3.
5.
e.
the program since the last
assessment in that program. All work
attempted toward the current program
of study (including the no degree
program) is included in the
assessment with the exception of
courses designated with the "W", "#"
or "X" notation.
registration for 'audit' may be
changed to a 'credit registration'
only with the support of the
faculty, and with the permission
of the Registrar.
Registration for 'audit' may be
changed to a 'credit registration'
only with the support of the
faculty, and with the permission
of the Registrar.
In courses with enrollment
requirements and/or restrictions,
priority for registration will be
given to individuals taking the
courses as full fee-paying
registrants.
For a part-time student the audit
fee will be one-half of the regular
course fee (see Fees, Section C).
G. Standing and Promotion
Requirements
1.
In order to continue in good academic
standing a student must achieve an
assessment g.p.a. of at least 2.0 for
the assessment period. A transcript
notation "In good academic standing";
appears at the end of the term record.
a.
F. Calculation of Grade Point
Averages
Assessment GPA: For all students,
the assessment GPA is calculated at
the end of the assessment period,
May - April, provided that 24 credit
hours or more have been attempted in
b.
c.
A student whose assessment
g.p.a. falls below 2.0 but above
1.0 in an assessment period is
placed on academic probation. A
student is allowed to go on
academic probation only once in
a program.
A student who has previously
been placed on academic
probation and whose g.p.a. in
any subsequent assessment
period falls below 2.0 is, subject
to review by the Faculty
concerned, required to withdraw
from the University for at least 12
months. If such a student is
readmitted, it is normally on
academic probation.
A student whose g.p.a falls to 1.0
or below in any assessment
period is required to withdraw
from the University for at least 12
months. If such a student is
readmitted, it is normally on
academic probation.
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Note: No credit is granted for courses
taken during the 12 month period
during which a student is required to
withdraw.
2.
3.
writing to the Chair of the
5.
Department, or Dean of the
Faculty if there is no
Department or Chair, a review
will be conducted with such
Chair, the instructor and the
student. If desired, a student
has the right to meet with the
Chair without the instructor
6.
present prior to this review.
The review must be conducted
within 7 days after the review
with the instructor. The
decision of this review is final
and the reasons for the
decision will be provided to the
student in writing by the Chair.
iii. A student who has not
requested a grade review of
an individual piece of work
that is reviewable, or who has
requested a grade review of
an individual piece of work
and was not satisfied with the
result, may not ask for a
review of a final grade on the
basis of that individual piece of
work.
Students whose g.p.a. on assessment
is such that they would normally be
placed on academic probation, or be
required to withdraw from the
University, will be allowed to graduate
if all other requirements of the
program have been completed at that
time. Law students should refer to the
Faculty regulation in the Faculty of
Law Calendar.
If, at the end of the term in which a
student has completed all the other
requirements of the program, the
student has not reached the end of an
assessment interval, the student will
be allowed to graduate without
reference to the g.p.a. in that session.
H. Review of Grades
1.
Review of Grade on an Individual
Piece of Work
a.
b.
c.
d.
Students may discuss with the
course instructor the mark on any
piece of work regardless of its
value. For a course that is not the
responsibility of a single
academic unit, the co-ordinator of
the course will replace the role of
the Department Chair.
For purposes of the formal review
process, an individual piece of
work refers to: Term tests, major
term papers, essays, book
reports, etc. worth at least 25 per
cent in the calculation of the final
grade in the course.
Students have the right to
request a formal review of
marked material according to the
above list. The grounds are
restricted to: the overall
assessment of the evaluation is
demonstrably unfair; the
evaluation was not consistent
within the class; there was a
miscalculation of the grade.
There are two steps to follow for
the formal review process:
i. The piece of work must be
discussed with the instructor
involved within two weeks of
the receipt of the grade for the
individual item.
ii. After this first step and if
requested by the student in
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2.
Review in Courses with Oral Tests
and/or Final Examinations
Students in courses that have oral
tests and/or final examinations,
should consult with the instructor if
they have concerns about the grade
awarded.
General Information
a.
In all reviews, it is expected that
the process will be carried out
expeditiously by the reviewer/s.
b.
Marked materials held by the
instructor must be retained for
twelve months after the end of
the term. Students are expected
to have returned graded
assignments available for review
by the reviewers. Such
assignments cannot have been
altered (please refer to the
section on university regulations
governing academic offences).
c.
Work will be reviewed, as
requested, in a manner that
ensures that all concerns raised
by the student have been
properly addressed taking into
account the course outline and
that the totaling of the marks and
other items contributing to the
grade were done accurately. In
instances where consistency in
grading is being considered, a
minimum of three other pieces of
class work completed by other
students will be examined by the
reviewer(s).
d.
The grade originally assigned
may be raised, remain the same
or be lowered as a result of the
review.
Group Projects
Evaluations on material which is the
product of two or more students may
be reviewed at the request of one or
more of the participants. The above
regulations will apply. The instructor
has the right to change the grade
awarded to each student if the grade
is to be altered.
3.
Practicum and Co-op Courses
The grades assigned in practicum and
co-op courses are also subject to
review.
4.
Reviews in Courses with
Computerized Testing
Students in courses with
computerized testing should consult
with their instructors if they feel a
review is warranted. The instructor will
determine that: the response sheet
was not lost, that valid answers were
not missed, imperfect erasures not
excluded and that the computer
generated grade was correct, the
computer grade was transferred
correctly and that essay, lab and other
additional credits were included.
7.
Review of Final Course Grade
a.
Students have the right to
request a review of the official
final grade received in a course
on the proper form available in
the Registrar's Office. Such
requests must be received by the
Registrar, in writing, within 90
days after the end of the
examination period. A fee of
$15.00 must accompany the
request. The fee will be refunded
if the grade is subsequently
raised. The student should clearly
outline the reasons for the
request to review the final grade.
Normally, the grounds are
restricted to: the overall
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assessment of the final grade or
of the final examination
evaluation is demonstrably unfair;
the evaluation of the final
examination was not consistent
within the class; the final grade
was not calculated on all the work
completed; there was a
miscalculation of the final grade.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Students who intend to appeal
the results of a review of a final
course grade must do so within 4
weeks after the date of
notification from the Registrar's
Office. The procedures for filing
an appeal must be followed and
reasons for the basis of the
appeal are to be clearly outlined.
The Chair of the Department
I. Repeating Courses
involved, or the Dean if there is
Students may without special
no Chair or Department, will
permission register for a course
discuss the matter with the
already taken in order to meet a
instructor of the course to
prerequisite or other degree
determine if a change in the final
requirement, or in order to improve
grade is warranted. The student
their grade point average. However,
will be advised of the result of this
both the original grade and the new
review by the Registrar. If the
grade will each be counted separately
student is not satisfied with the
towards a grade point average.
outcome of the review conducted
Students should note that while the
by the Chair and the Instructor,
credit hours of a repeated course will
he/she may request the Registrar
be used each time in calculating a
to have the Chair of the
grade point average and in the totals
Department involved, or the Dean
of courses attempted and passed,
or a delegate if there is no Chair
they can only be counted once
or Department, select three
towards the minimum number of
individuals normally from the
credit hours required for a degree.
Department or Faculty if there is
no Department: including the
A student may take, and complete, a
instructor, or one alternate
course a maximum of three times
designated by the instructor, one
(excluding courses which are
selected by the student and one
designated with the "#" notation).
selected by the Chair, or the
Beyond that, the student must obtain
Dean if there is no Chair or
the permission of the Dean of the
Department. In the event that the
student's Faculty to register again in
student or instructor is unable to
the repeated course.
select a member for this review
committee, the Dean will select. If J. Language of Examination
it is a class action request the
Students who wish to write their
students will select one member
examinations in French rather than
of the Committee. If more than
English must apply in writing to the
one instructor, the instructors
Registrar one month in advance of the
involved in the teaching of the
examination date. Permission may be
course will select.
denied in certain courses, particularly
The student or instructor may
in courses where language is part of
forfeit the right to select one of
the course content.
the Committee members and
should so advise the Registrar at K. Supplemental Examinations
the time the request is made. The
Supplemental examinations are not
Chair or Dean will select the
offered in any Faculty of the
member/s to serve on the
University, except the Faculty of Law.
Committee in such cases. The
Committee may interview the
instructor if not part of the
Committee and/or the student. All
materials submitted during the
first review will be made available
to the Committee.
The decision of the Committee
will be forwarded to the Registrar.
The reasons for the decision
must be given and the student
will be so notified.
IX.ACADEMIC
OFFENCES
Note: Consideration of a request to
withdraw from a course or courses
involved in an academic offence will not be
given until the case is resolved
Academic offences include, but are not
limited to, the following:
A. PLAGIARISM
Plagiarism includes:
1.
quoting verbatim or almost verbatim
from a source (such as copyrighted
material, notes, letters, business
entries, computer materials, etc.)
without acknowledgment;
2.
adopting someone else's line of
thought, argument, arrangement, or
supporting evidence (such as, for
example, statistics, bibliographies,
etc.) without indicating such
dependence;
3.
submitting someone else's work, in
whatever form (film, workbook,
artwork, computer materials, etc.)
without acknowledgment;
4.
knowingly representing as one's own
work any idea of another.
Note: In courses which include group
work, the instructor must define and warn
against plagiarism in group work. Unless
an act of plagiarism is identified clearly
with an individual student or students, a
penalty may be imposed on all members of
the group.
Procedures
In the case of plagiarism, the instructor
must make every reasonable effort to
discuss the case with the student or group
and follow one of two courses of action.
1.
If the instructor is satisfied that the
plagiarism was the result of a genuine
misunderstanding, the instructor shall
submit the student's name to the
Registrar who shall advise the
appropriate Dean, and the Chair of
the student's program or Department
where applicable. The Registrar shall
notify the student by registered letter
of the regulations governing
plagiarism, the possible
consequences, the student's right to
appeal, the right to appear before the
appropriate Appeals Committee, and
the procedures involved. While a case
of genuine misunderstanding will not
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be considered a student's first
offence, a second plea of ignorance
by the student will be so considered. A
student appealing the instructor's
decision must do so in writing within
three weeks of the date of the
Registrar's notification. The student is
urged to submit to the appropriate
Appeals Committee a written
statement regarding the case.
record concerning the academic
offence. The length of time the
notation appears on the student's
transcript of academic record is
to be decided when the penalty is
imposed and will depend on the
severity of the offence.
2.
In the case of plagiarism resulting
from genuine misunderstanding, the
instructor may permit the student to
submit a genuine piece of work to be
graded in place of the one plagiarized.
If the student does not appeal, the
time allowed for submission of work is
three weeks from the date of the
Registrar's letter of notification. In the
case of an appeal, where the
instructor's decision is upheld, the
period of time allowed for submission
is as determined by the appropriate
Appeals Committee.
2.
If the instructor decides that the
plagiarism was deliberate, the
instructor shall submit the student's
name and relevant evidence to the
Registrar, who will advise the Dean,
and the Chair of the student's program
or department where applicable. The
Registrar shall notify the student by
registered letter of the regulations, the
right to appeal, the right to appear
before the appropriate Appeals
Committee, and the procedures
involved. The student is urged to
submit to the Committee a written
statement regarding the case. A
student appealing the instructor's
decision, must do so in writing within
three weeks of the date of the
Registrar's letter of notification. At the
discretion of the Registrar, cases may
be referred to the appropriate
Committee for review and action. The
Registrar shall inform the student by
registered letter of the referral to the
Committee, and the wish of the
Committee that the student be present
when the case is heard.
Penalties for Deliberate Plagiarism
3.
4.
1.
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A notation will be placed on the
student's transcript of academic
The student will receive a grade
of F (zero) on the piece of work
and, depending on the severity of
the offence, may receive a grade
of F for the course.
Other penalties as outlined in
penalties for Other Academic
Offences may be imposed.
Subsequent Offence: In cases where
the Committee considers that the
student has plagiarized again:
1.
the student will receive a grade of
F in the course and a notation of
the academic offence will appear
on the student's transcript of
record. The length of time the
notation appears on the student's
transcript of academic record is
to be decided when the penalty is
imposed.
2.
Other penalties as outlined in
penalties for Other Academic
Offences may be imposed.
B. OTHER ACADEMIC OFFENCES
1.
Cheating on examinations, tests,
assignments or reports.
2.
Impersonating a candidate at an
examination or test or in connection
with any assignment in a course or
availing oneself of the results of
impersonation.
In a case of deliberate plagiarism, the
penalties are:
First Offence: If the student does not
appeal, or if, on appeal, the
Committee upholds the instructor's
decision:
The student may be required to
submit a satisfactory and genuine
piece of work to replace the one
involving plagiarism. If the
assignment is not resubmitted or
is unsatisfactory, the student will
receive a grade of F(zero) in the
course. Note: If this penalty is
assessed, the period of time
allowed for the submission of the
work will be determined by the
Registrar in consultation with the
faculty member making the
charge, and, where appropriate,
the Committee.
3.
Obtaining, through theft, bribery,
collusion, purchase or other improper
manner,
4.
an examination or test paper prior to
5.
the date and time for writing the
examination or test;
academic materials belonging to
another person, e.g. laboratory
reports, assignments, papers,
computer materials, datasets.
6.
7.
Falsifying or knowingly submitting
false assignments or credentials,
records, transcripts, or other
academic documents.
8.
Submitting a false health or other
certificate.
9.
Submitting identical or substantially
similar work for one course or
program of study, which has been or
is being submitted for another course
or program of study, without the prior
express knowledge and approval of
the instructors.
10. Interfering with the right of other
students to pursue their studies.
11. Knowingly aiding or abetting any of
the above offences.
12. Tampering with, or altering, in any
deceptive way, work subsequently
presented for a review of the grade
awarded.
Procedures
The instructor, invigilator or other
appropriate person shall, where practical,
discuss the matter with the student
concerned. An instructor, invigilator or
other person satisfied that an academic
offence has been committed shall report
that finding to the Registrar, who shall
report it to the Chair of the Department and
the Dean of the Faculty concerned. Each
case will be referred by the Registrar to the
appropriate Committee for review and
appropriate action. The Registrar shall
inform the student by registered letter of
the referral to the Committee, the student's
right to appeal and the wish of the
Committee that the student be present
when the case is heard. The student is
urged to submit to the Committee a written
statement regarding the case. A student
appealing the decision, shall do so in
writing within three weeks of the date of
the Registrar's letter of notification.
Penalties
A student who is found guilty of an
academic offence will have two penalties
imposed:
1.
Notation on the student's transcript of
academic record concerning the
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academic offence. The length of time
the notation appears on the student's
transcript of academic record is to be
decided when the penalty is imposed.
2.
3.
A failing grade in an examination, test
or course.
One of the following penalties may
also be imposed:
3.
4.
Recommendation to the President for
suspension for a specified period. The
recommendation is to include the
length of time the notation is to appear
on the student's transcript of
academic record.
Recommendation to the President for
expulsion from the University. If the
student is expelled a permanent
notation will appear on the student's
transcript of academic record.
4.
C. GENERAL
1.
2.
Consideration of a request to
withdraw from a course or courses
involved in an academic offence will
not be given until the case is resolved.
Students on the Fredericton Campus
will submit appeals to the Senate
Student Standings and Promotions
Committee; on the Saint John
Campus, appeals will be submitted to
the Student Appeals Committee.
D. RIGHT OF APPEAL
Students on the Fredericton Campus will
submit appeals to the Senate Student
Standings and Promotions Committee; on
the Saint John Campus, appeals will be
submitted to the Student Appeals
Committee
1.
2.
2.
Settlement Process
It is understood that appeals of academic
decisions such as being required to
withdraw or being placed on academic
probation, and appeals involving academic
offences, are made directly to the
appropriate Appeals Committee.
Where practicable, in other instances,
students should attempt to settle the
matter prior to submitting an appeal by:
4.
1.
discussing the matter with the
instructor;
2.
if unresolved, discussing the
matter with the instructor and the
Chair of the appropriate
Department, or the Dean if there
is no Chair;
3.
if still not resolved, discussing the
matter with the instructor, the
Chair and the Dean of the
appropriate Faculty.
Appeals Procedure
1.
A student is entitled to seek the
advice of the Director of Student
Affairs and Services (for
Fredericton appeals) or the
Director of Student Life and
Support Services (for Saint John
appeals), concerning the right of
Appeal.
2.
Where so requested in writing by
a student, the Director of Student
Affairs and Services (for
Fredericton appeals) or the
Director of Student Life and
Support Services (for Saint John
appeals), shall act on behalf of
the student.
3.
Appeals are to be made in
writing, addressed to Secretary of
the Student Standings and
Promotions Committee.
4.
Appeals pertaining to academic
status at the end of an
assessment period must be filed
on or before July 15 of that year.
Where circumstances warrant,
the Committee may consider
student appeals which do not
meet the normal deadline
requirement.
5.
Appeals shall state the grounds
on which the Appeal is based,
provide supporting documentary
evidence and state whether the
student will attend the hearing
and whether the Director of
Grounds for Appeal
1.
Student appeals will not normally
be considered by the appropriate
campus Senate Appeals
Committee if one year or more
has elapsed since the academic
decision in question was made.
Student appeals on the
Fredericton Campus are
considered by the Senate
Committee on Student Standings
and Promotions, and on the Saint
John Campus by the Senate
Appeals Committee. Appeals
pertaining to admissions are
heard on the Fredericton Campus
by the Senate Admissions
Committee and by the Senate
Student Appeals Committee on
the Saint John Campus.
3.
Subject to the following
regulations, students may appeal
academic decisions.
Note: Most reviews concerning grades
assigned for individual pieces of work or
final grades are subject to the Grade
Review Process. An appeal to the
appropriate Appeals Committee is
permissible only if the review was
conducted without due regard to proper
procedure or in a manner which is unfair in
all of the circumstances. Students may
appeal final grades only after all steps of
the grade review process have been
completed.
Entitlement and Jurisdiction
1.
The University reserves the right
to withhold notification of an
academic decision if a student
has not satisfied financial
obligations. The Senate Student
Standings and Promotions
Committee in Fredericton, or the
Appeals Committee in Saint
John, may refuse to hear appeals
submitted after the deadline
because the notification of an
academic decison was witheld for
failure to satisfy financial
obligations or because
notification of an academic
decision was not received as a
result of a failure to provide the
University with an accurate
mailing address.
2.
The appropriate Appeals
Committee may grant an
exemption from the application of
a University Regulation or from
the effect of an academic
decision, on the grounds of
compassion, health, or other
extenuating circumstances
beyond the control of the student.
A student requesting such an
exemption must state the
grounds on which the request is
based and provide
documentation to support the
grounds cited.
The Committee may grant relief
on the ground that an academic
decision has been made without
due regard to proper procedure,
or in such a manner which is
unfair in all of the circumstances.
A student requesting such relief
on appeal must state the grounds
on which the request is based
and provide any pertinent
material.
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UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS
Student Affairs and Services
(Fredericton appeals) or the
Director of Student Life and
Support Services (Saint John
appeals) will represent the
student at the hearing.
6.
7.
The Committee may receive
documentation in support of an
Appeal after the July 15th
deadline set for the filing of the
appeal itself. The late filing of
such supporting documentation
may result in delay in the
determination of the case. Where
the student's subsequent
registration in a course or
program is dependent on the
determination of the case, and
where that determination is made
after the registration period in the
following academic year has
expired, a late registration fee will
be charged (see Fees Section C).
After receiving an appeal, the
Secretary of the Committee shall:
a. make a reasonable attempt to
give notice to the student, or
the person acting on the
student's behalf, of the time,
place and manner in which the
Committee will proceed, and
further shall give access to the
student or the person acting
on the student's behalf to the
materials relevant to the
Appeal;
b. give notice to the instructor,
Chair of the Department and
Dean of the Faculty concerned
of the time, place and manner
in which the Committee will
proceed, and request that any
written materials relevant to
the Appeal be filed with the
Committee in a manner such
that the right of access
provided for in a.) will be
facilitated.
8.
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The Committee hears and
determines the matter. The
decision of the Committee, which
is provided to the student in
writing, is final (see below). No
re-appeal of the decision will be
heard by the Committee unless
new evidence is presented and
deemed by the Committee to be
of sufficient importance to justify
clearly the reopening of the case.
5.
b. give notice to the appropriate
Appeals Committee of the
time, place and manner in
which the Review will proceed
and request that any written
material relevant to the
application be filed with
Senate in such a manner as
that the right of access
stipulated in 1) will be
facilitated;
Senate Review
A student may request that the
relevant Senate review a decision of
the appropriate Appeals Committee.
The only grounds for such a request
are:
a.
b.
The decision was made without
due regard to proper
procedures, such that the
student was materially
disadvantaged; and/or
c. ask the Senate Nominating
Committee and the President
to establish a Review
Committee
The decision was made in a
manner which is not fair in all of
the circumstances.
Advice and Assistance
A student is entitled to seek the advice
of the Director of Student Affairs and
Services (Fredericton appeals) or the
Director of Student Services (Saint
John appeals) with respect to an
application for Senate Review.
Where so requested in writing by a
student, the Director of Student Affairs
and Services (Fredericton) or the
Director of Student Services (Saint
John) shall act on behalf of the
student to the extent requested in the
application for Review.
X. GENERAL
REGULATIONS ON
CONDUCT
The following general regulations have
been approved by the Board of Governors
of the University and are now in effect until
such time as they may be revised by the
Board.
A.
The University of New Brunswick is a
community of faculty, staff, students
and administrators involved in
teaching, learning, research and
related activities. The University
assumes that students come to the
University for a serious purpose and
accept responsibilities as members of
the University community.
B.
In accordance with the commitment
set out in the University's Mission
Statement to provide an environment
conducive to the development of the
whole person, all members of the
University community - staff, faculty,
students and administrators - have
the right to work and/or study in an
environment which affords them
respect and dignity, and is free from
danger, discrimination, harassment,
intimidation, and behaviour which is
destructive, disruptive, or unlawful.
C.
The University recognizes students'
freedom to manage their personal
lives, behaviour and interpersonal
relations in a manner consistent with
the above principles, with the laws of
Canada and New Brunswick, and with
University regulations. In exercising
their entitlement to participate in
University programs and activities,
students are expected to:
Procedures
1.
An Application for Senate Review
shall:
a. be filed in the Office of the
Secretary of Senate within
thirty (30) days of the date of
the letter of notification of the
decision of the Appeals
Committee made under the
provisions of the Appeal
Procedure,
b. be made in writing, addressed
to the Secretary of Senate,
and state the grounds on
which the application is based.
2
On filing of an Application for
Senate Review, the Secretary of
Senate shall:
a. notify the student or the
person acting on the student's
behalf, of the time, place and
manner in which the Review
will proceed, and further shall
ensure access by the student,
or the person acting on the
student's behalf, to the
materials relevant to the
application;
UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
D.
abide by University regulations;
respect the integrity of University
programs and activities;
acknowledge the diversity of the
University community and the
freedom of all members to
participate in University programs
and activities;
promote the peaceful and safe
enjoyment of University facilities
by other members of the
University and public;
conduct themselves at all times in
a manner that will reflect credit on
themselves and the University.
The University has defined standards
of student behaviour and made
provisions for student discipline when
they engage in conduct that is
inconsistent with the foregoing
principles. It shall be deemed, and the
Board considers, that each of the
following types of conduct is a breach
of University regulations, and is
grounds for consideration of discipline
up to and including suspension or
expulsion. As the types of misconduct
are stated in general terms, students
are advised to familiarize themselves
in greater depth with University
regulations, and to consult with
University officials where they have
any doubt about the propriety of an
intended action or behaviour.
7.
E.
Unacceptable types of behaviour
include, but are not limited to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
violence, harm or threat of harm
to any person or the person's
property;
unnecessarily endangering the
health or safety of other persons;
possession of a firearm or other
weapon on University premises
without specific University
permission;
acting or speaking in a disruptive,
disorderly, indecent or offensive
manner, or in a way that might
reasonably cause fear;
unauthorized infringement or
prevention of access by others to
University classes services,
events, facilities and property;
disruption or obstruction of any
authorized activity, event, class
or service of the University, or
interference with any person's
rights to carry out legitimate
activities, speak or associate with
others;
F.
refusal to comply with a
This principle shall not preclude
reasonable request by authorized
University authority being exercised to
University officials including
suspend a student from the
Security and the Student Campus
University, or to suspend or evict a
Police;
student from a University residence,
pending or following the imposition of
8. failure to provide identification to
discipline, where such action is
authorized University officials
deemed to be in the best interests of
when asked, or providing false
the University community.
identification or information;
9. obstruction of Security or Student
This principle is not intended to
Campus Police in the
preclude a student organization from
performance of their duties;
taking action against a student in
10. unauthorized use or occupation
accordance with its constitution and
of any University property;
bylaws on the same facts giving rise
to disciplinary action under University
11. conduct that results directly or
authority.
indirectly in damage, misuse,
defacing, or theft of University
G. Information regarding University
property;
disciplinary regulations and
12. improper use or consumption of
procedures is available from the
alcoholic beverages, restricted
offices of the Director of Student
drugs, or intoxication or
Affairs and Services, the Director of
impairment in a public place;
Security and Traffic, the Chief of
13. other conduct that is prohibited or
Student Campus Police, and the
proscribed by University rule,
Commissioner of Student Discipline
regulation or policy;
on the UNBF campus and from the
Director of Student Services and the
14. contravention of any provision of
Manager of Safety and Security on
any federal, provincial or
the UNBSJ campus.
municipal statute on University
premises or while engaged in
When students believe that a member
University authorized events or
of the University community has
activities.
violated the principles stated in B
above in relation to them, or where
The University of New Brunswick Act
students are uncertain about whether
provides broad authority for dealing
behaviour they are contemplating may
with non-academic student conduct.
violate University regulations, they
For example:
should consult the Chair of their
1. the President has broad
Department, or the Dean of their
discretionary disciplinary powers
Faculty, or the Director of Student
including suspension for dealing
Affairs and Services (UNBF), or the
with academic and non-academic
Director of Student Services (UNBSJ),
disciplinary matters;
or the Director of Security and Traffic
2. the Board of Deans has
(UNBF) or the Manager of Safety and
jurisdiction for matters of student
Security (UNBSJ), or the Chief of
discipline;
Student Campus Police, or the
Commissioner of Student Discipline,
3. the Board of Governors may
as appropriate.
approve the expulsion of a
student from the University;
4. the Board of Governors may
make rules and regulations for
XI. LISTING OF
the discipline of students and the
GRADUATES
imposition of fines and other
penalties and sanctions; the
A. APPLICATION TO GRADUATE
Student Disciplinary Code and
the Internal Residence Discipline
1. Students must make application
Policy are examples.
to graduate by 1 March, for May
As a general principle, the various
authorities for dealing with student
discipline shall be exercised so as to
avoid the imposition of punishment by
more than one authority for the same
or an included offence.
graduation and 1 September for
October graduation. Such
application is done either by
submitting an electronic
"Application to Graduate" form
available from the UNB Hompage
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UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS
2.
B.
(http://www.unb.ca)or by
completing an "Application to
Graduate" card available from the
Registrar's Office.
Courses that are attached to a
distinct session that ends after
the January - April session are
not counted in the assessment
for May graduation eligibility.
Candidates for all undergraduate
degrees, except candidates for the
degree of Bachelor of Laws, shall be
listed in the graduation program
alphabetically by First Division, and
General Standing, based on the
cumulative grade point average of all
UNB courses (including certain
approved Saint Thomas courses)
attempted in the program. Candidates
with Honours and Distinction standing
will be listed separately.
Candidates for the degree of Bachelor
of Laws are listed alphabetically
without divisions.
C.
D.
E.
Divisional standing will be recorded in
the student's transcript based on the
cumulative grade point average as
follows:
First division
3.5 or better
Second division 2.5 or better but
less than 3.5
Third division
Less than 2.5
XII. ACADEMIC DRESS
Undergraduates Plain black stuff material,
sleeveless.
Black stuff gown falling
below knee, with full
sleeves reaching to the
wrist and terminating in a
point.
Black silk or stuff gown,
falling below knees, with
long sleeve with semicircular cut bottom.
A scarlet cloth robe,
faced with silk of the
same colour as the lining
of the hood worn.
Masters
Doctors
MA
MSc,
MCS
MSc
(Applied)
MScE,
MScF,
MEng,
MFor
MEd
MPE,
MScKIN
MA KIN
MN
B. HOODS
Each degree has its distinctive hood as
follows:
BA
BAA
BASc
BSc
BSc
(Applied)
A student who has received a
bachelor's degree from UNB may
return and complete the requirements
of the honours program in the same
field as in the original degree or the
requirements in another major or
honours field in the same degree.
Such a student will not receive the
degree again but a record of the
completion of the second
requirements will be carried on the
student's transcript. A second same
degree is permitted in limited cases.
Refer to Section O, Requirements for
a Second Undergraduate Bachelor
Degree in the Admissions section of
this Calendar.
BCS
Students are not permitted to
graduate at a ceremony during spring
Encaenia other than the one for which
they are scheduled, except in special
circumstances at the discretion of the
Registrar.
BN
LLB
BBA
BPE
BKin
BScKin
BRLS
BEd
BOM
BAM
50
BPhil
A. GOWNS
Bachelors
BHS,
BMLS
Black stuff bordered with white
fur.
Black stuff lined with ivory silk
bordered with white fur.
Black stuff bordered with white
fur and scarlet band.
Black stuff lined with scarlet silk
bordered with white fur.
Black stuff lined with green silk
bordered with white fur.
Black stuff lined with green silk
bordered with white fur.
Pale blue silk bordered with
white fur.
Black stuff lined with light brown
silk bordered with white fur.
Black stuff lined with claret silk
bordered with white fur.
Black stuff lined with claret silk
bordered with white fur.
Black stuff lined with claret silk
bordered with white fur with a
dark green band.
Black stuff lined with claret silk
bordered with white fur with a
navy band.
Black stuff lined with peach
bordered with white fur.
Black stuff lined with blue grey
silk bordered with white fur.
Black stuff lined with pale
yellow silk bordered with white
fur.
Black stuff lined with gold silk
bordered with white fur.
MPA
MPhil
MBA
PhD
LLD
DSC
DCL
DLitt
Black stuff lined with teal silk
bordered with white fur.
Black stuff lined with dark blue
silk bordered with white fur.
Black stuff lined with crimson
silk.
Black silk lined with white silk
bordered with scarlet.
Black silk lined with white silk
bordered with green.
Black silk lined with white silk
bordered with green.
Black silk lined with blue grey
silk bordered with crimson.
Black silk lined with white silk
bordered with claret.
Black silk lined with white silk
bordered with peach.
Black silk lined with grey silk
bordered with light brown.
Black silk lined with white silk
bordered with dark blue.
Black silk lined with white silk
bordered with light brown.
Scarlet cloth with dark blue silk
lining.
Scarlet cloth with pale pink silk
lining.
Scarlet cloth with white corded
silk lining.
Scarlet cloth with pale blue silk
lining.
Scarlet cloth with grey silk
lining.
FINANCIAL INFORMATION
UNDERGRADUATE FEES AND
FINANCIAL INFORMATION
2004-2005
Although all dates below are the appropriate dates for the Academic year of 2004-2005, the University reserves the right to make
changes, without notice, in its published rates of tuition, residence and other fees including regulations for the payment thereof.
Please Note:
•
Complete fee schedules are available online at:
http://www.unb.ca/financialservices/students/
•
Fees are applicable to both Fredericton and Saint John Campuses.
•
The University will waive tuition fees for both full and part time students that are considered by the CNIB as legally blind.
•
For graduate fees, see School of Graduate Studies Calendar.
FEE PAYMENT INFORMATION FOR UNB STUDENTS
WHEN CAN FEES BE PAID?
Payment of fees can be made at any time during the months of May, June, July, August and until September 8, 2004 for Fall term
and January 14, 2005 for Winter term. Students who have not paid or made satisfactory arrangements with Financial Services by the
due date will have their course selections cancelled. Such students will be required to register again once fees have been paid.
There is a $25 administration fee to have you added back in your courses after payment has been made. To avoid line ups you are
encouraged to settle your account as early as possible using one of the options below.
For All Students:
1.
Telephone banking: You may now pay your fees using telephone banking at the Bank of Montreal, CIBC, TD Canada Trust,
Royal Bank, Scotiabank and HSBC.
2.
Arrangements may be made for the direct transfer of funds to the Universitys bank account through the Bank of Montreal until
September 8, 2004. Please use the Bank of Montreal Transfer Form available from the Bank of Montreal or from our Web site
(http://www.unb.ca/students/fees/click Student Forms, then Bank Transfer Form)
3.
Payment by mail can be made by cheque, money order, VISA or MasterCard. You must include your name and student number
with your payment. Please make cheques/money orders payable to the University of New Brunswick and mail to:
Fredericton Campus:
University of New Brunswick
c/o Student Accounts & Receivable Services
P.O. Box 4400,
8 Bailey Drive,
Fredericton, N.B.
E3B 5A3
Saint John Campus:
University of New Brunswick
c/o Business Office
PO Box 5050 Saint John, NB
E2L 4L5
4.
Fredericton students payment in person can be made by debit card, cash, VISA, MasterCard, money order or by cheque at
UNB Financial Services, c/o Student Accounts & Receivable Services, IUC Building, 8 Bailey Drive, Fredericton, N.B. Payment
may also be made in person at the Marshall DAvray (South) Gym at times to be announced later. Please refer to the UNB
Financial Services website for updates. http://www.unb.ca/financialservices/students/
5.
Saint John students payment in person can be made by debit card, cash, VISA, MasterCard, money order or by cheque at UNB
Saint John, c/o Business Office, Oland Hall, Room 119, Saint John, NB E2L 4L5.
6.
Payment by phone or fax can be made using VISA or MasterCard by calling: Fredericton Campus: (506) 453-4624 press 2 for
Student Accounts and then 1 for payment of fees or fax the information to: (506) 453-4572. Saint John Campus: (506) 648-5543,
fax # (506) 648-5714
7.
Federal and Provincial Student Loans: For 2004-2005 there may be revisions to both the Canada Student Loan and the
Provincial Student Loan and Bursary programs. For further information regarding your government loan application, contact the
UNB Financial Aid Office at (506) 453-4796 for assistance.
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FINANCIAL INFORMATION
FREDERICTON CAMPUS
UNDERGRADUATE TUITION AND STUDENT FEES
2004-2005
TUITION & RESIDENCE FEES MUST BE PAID BY SEPTEMBER 8/04 to avoid cancellation of course registration. Course charges will be incurred
up to the official withdrawal date. Please see the UNB Refund Policy following the section entitled Notes to Fees Tables.
TUITION & STUDENT FEES 2003-2004:
ALL FULL TIME UNDERGRADUATES MAKING ONE PAYMENT
Tuition and Student Fees for 2004-2005 will be updated on the UNB Financial website upon Board of Governors Approval.
Please refer to the website for updates.
The definition of a full time student: A student registered in the equivalent of 4 courses (or more) per term.
$4,510.00
$109.00
$137.00
$112.00
$25.00
$50.00
$ 4,943.00
Tuition
Student Union Fee ($84) + Media Fee (Brunswickan $10, CHSR $15)
Student Health Insurance*
Optional Dental Insurance *
SUB Expansion Fee
Technology Fee
Total
SUPPLEMENTAL FEES:
$1,137.00 Faculty of Law: Supplemental Program Fee
$714.00 CO-OP and PEP work term fee per term
$50.00 Engineering Endowment Fund (All full time engineering students)
NOTES:
•
Students on work terms are required to pay Health Insurance, SUB Expansion & Technology Fee:
( PEP: $714 + $137 + $112 + $25 + $50 + $25 = $1,063 ) ; ( CO-OP: $714 + $137 + $112 + $25 + $25= $1,013 )
•
Students attending full time Sept. to Dec.only ; ($2,255.00 +$109 + $137 + $112 + $25 + $25 = $2,663.00 )
Engineering Students must add $50 for Endowment Fund
•
Students beginning full time in Jan. to April ; ($2,255.00 + $54.50 + $91 + $112 + $25 + $25 = $2,562.50 )
Engineering students must add $50 for Endowment Fund
TUITION & STUDENT FEES 2003-2004:
ALL FULL TIME UNDERGRADUATES MAKING TWO PAYMENTS (Installment Plan)
Tuition and Student Fees for 2004-2005 will be updated on the UNB Financial website upon Board of Governors Approval.
Please refer to the website for updates
DUE DATES
Engineering
Law
Other Programs
•
•
•
•
•
•
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CANADIAN STUDENTS
Sept. 8/04
Jan. 14/05
$3,200.00
$1,823.00
$3,826.00
$2,284.00
$3,150.00
$1,823.00
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS*
Sept. 8/04
Jan. 14/05
$6,302.00
$3,523.00
$6,932.00
$3,980.00
$6,252.00
$3,523.00
Student Union Fees, Media Fees, Health Insurance, Dental Insurance & SUB Expansion Fees are included in 1st
installment payment.
The Technology Fee is applied at $25 per term.
Nursing students enrolled in Bathurst & Moncton are to pay a Student Union Fee of $42 (not $84) & are exempt from the
$25 SUB Expansion & $25 Media Fees.
When fees are paid by installments, an administrative fee of $30 is included in the 1st term.
* Student Union Health & Dental Insurance Opt Outs must be done at UNB Student Union (Room 126 SUB) by September
22/04.
Health Insurance rates for international students are based on 2003-2004 single rate of $573.00. Please refer to the
International Student Health Insurance Table for family and other rate options. Rates will be updated by May 31/04.
International Student Health Insurance Opt Outs must be done at UNB Financial Services by Sept 22/04.
FINANCIAL INFORMATION
TUITION & STUDENT FEES 2003-2004:
ALL PART TIME UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Tuition and Student Fees for 2004-2005 will be updated on the UNB Financial website upon Board of Governors Approval.
Please refer to the website for updates
The definition of a part time student: A student registered in the equivalent of 3 courses or less per term.
Per Term Course
(0-5 credit hours)
Part Time Student Fee
(per course)
Technology Fee
TOTAL COURSE FEE
$451.00 Per Year Course
(6-11 credit hours)
$10.00 Part-Time Student Fee
(per course)
$5.00 Technology Fee
$466.00 TOTAL COURSE FEE
$902.00
$20.00
$10.00
$932.00
Part time students may pay fees in full at the time of Registration by: cash, cheque, money order, VISA, MasterCard, or debit card.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT FEE DIFFERENTIAL 2003-2004
Tuition and Student Fees for 2004-2005 will be updated on the UNB Financial website upon Board of Governors Approval.
Please refer to the website for updates
Full-Time (per year)
$4,240.00
Per Term Course:
(0-5 credit hrs)
$424.00
Per Year Course:
(6-11 credit hrs)
$848.00
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUMS
*Rates will change by May 31/04
Annual
8 months
4 months
September to
January to
Summer
August
August
Semester
Single
$573.00
$382.00
$191.00
Couple
$1,146.00
$764.00
$382.00
Couple with 1 Child
$1,669.00
$1,112.00
$556.00
Couple with 2 or more Children
$2,231.00
$1,487.00
$744.00
Single Parent with 1 Child
$1,146.00
$764.00
$382.00
Single Parent with 2 Children
$1,669.00
$1,112.00
$556.00
Single Parent with 3 or more Children
$2,231.00
$1,487.00
$744.00
International Students must take Medicare equivalent health coverage or provide evidence of
coverage by an Opt Out at UNB Financial Services by September 22/04 for Fall term and January
21/05 for Winter term.
•
CANADA STUDENT LOANS Canada Student Loan for New Brunswick students will be available at the UNB Financial Services
Office; ICU Building, Room 001 beginning mid August. Registration process MUST be completed & picture identification
presented before loans can be released.
•
STUDENTS TAKE NOTE: Where loans have not been received by the day of registration, fees must be paid from your own
resources or temporary borrowing. It will NOT be possible to defer payment and postdated cheques will NOT be accepted.
•
SCHOLARSHIPS: Scholarships, awarded by the University, will be applied to the students account as a credit, in equal
amounts, by the term. Any student paying fees by the term should reduce the amount paid at Registration by half the value of
the scholarship.
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FINANCIAL INFORMATION
FREDERICTON RESIDENCE FEES
Although all dates below are the appropriate dates for the Academic year of 2004-2005, the University reserves the right to make changes, without
notice, in its published rates of tuition, residence and other fees including regulations for the payment thereof. Residence Fess will be updated at a
later time. Please refer to the UNB Finanial Website in late May for updated rates. http://www.unb.ca/financial services/students/
RESIDENCE FEES FOR STUDENTS WHO SIGN THE DOUBLE TERM AGREEMENT 2003-2004
For Residences: Aitken, Bridges, Harrison, Jones, McLeod, Neill, Neville, Lady Dunn, Kidd and Tibbits
(See below for LBR, MacKenzie and Maggie Jean)
•
•
September payment includes $50 House Dues, $100 Damage Deposit and $150 Resnet Connection.
January payment includes $150 Resnet Connection.
19 Meal Traditional Plan**(with $140 cash)
Room Type
Advance
Due Sept.8/04 Due Jan. 14/05
Payment
Suite +
$300
$4,530
$3,170
Special Single*
$300
$4,270
$2,998
Single
$300
$4,010
$2,820
Special Double
$300
$3,530
$2,505
Double
$300
$3,370
$2,395
Multiple
$300
$3,300
$2,345
14 Meal Traditional Plan** (with $140 cash)
Suite +
$300
$4,440
$3,110
Special Single*
$300
$4,180
$2,938
Single
$300
$3,920
$2,760
Special Double
$300
$3,440
$2,445
Double
$300
$3,280
$2,335
Multiple
$300
$3,210
$2,285
12 Meal Hybrid Plan** (with $375 cash)
Suite +
$300
$4,555
$3,185
Special Single*
$300
$4,295
$3,013
Single
$300
$4,035
$2,835
Special Double^
$300
$3,555
$2,520
Double
$300
$3,395
$2,410
Multiple
$300
$3,325
$2,360
10 Meal Hybrid Plan** (with $500 cash)
Suite +
$300
$4,585
$3,210
Special Single*
$300
$4,325
$3,038
Single
$300
$4,065
$2,860
Special Double^
$300
$3,585
$2,545
Double
$300
$3,425
$2,435
Multiple
$300
$3,355
$2,385
For LBR
For MacKenzie
Total
$8,000
$7,568
$7,130
$6,335
$6,065
$5,945
$7,850
$7,418
$6,980
$6,185
$5,915
$5,795
$8,040
$7,608
$7,170
$6,375
$6,105
$5,985
$8,095
$7,663
$7,225
$6,430
$6,160
$6,040
Deduct $150 for September and January payments as there is no
Resnet connection
Deduct $25 for September and January payments as there is no
cable TV
For Maggie Jean Residence: Without Meals
Room Type
Advance
Due Sept.8/04
Due Jan. 14/05
Total
Payment
Single
$300
$2,910
$2,090
$5,300
Special Double^
$300
$2,385
$1,740
$4,425
Double
$300
$2,220
$1,630
$4,150
Notes:
+
Double-sized single room with bathroom
*
Special rate applies to single room with bath and single occupancy of a double room
^
Double room with bathroom
**
Meal cards do not include Christmas and March breaks
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RESIDENCE FEES FOR STUDENTS WHO SIGN THE SINGLE TERM AGREEMENT 2003-2004
For Residences: Aitken, Bridges, Harrison, Jones, McLeod, Neill, Neville, Lady Dunn, Kidd and Tibbits
(See below for LBR, MacKenzie and Maggie Jean)
•
Payment due includes $25 House Dues, $100 Damage Deposit and $150 Resnet Connection.
19 Meal Traditional Plan**(with $70 cash)
Room Type
Advance
Due Sept 8/04
Payment
or Jan. 14/05
Suite +
$300
$4,128
Special Single*
$300
$3,895
Single
$300
$3,655
Special Double
$300
$3,205
Double
$300
$3,065
Multiple
$300
$3,000
14 Meal Traditional Plan** (with $70 cash)
Suite +
$300
$4,040
Special Single*
$300
$3,807
Single
$300
$3,567
Special Double
$300
$3,117
Double
$300
$2,977
Multiple
$300
$2,912
12 Meal Hybrid Plan** (with $190 cash)
Suite +
$300
$4,145
Special Single*
$300
$3,912
Single
$300
$3,672
Special Double^
$300
$3,222
Double
$300
$3,082
Multiple
$300
$3,017
10 Meal Hybrid Plan** (with $250 cash)
Suite +
$300
$4,175
Special Single*
$300
$3,942
Single
$300
$3,702
Special Double^
$300
$3,252
Double
$300
$3,112
Multiple
$300
$3,047
For LBR
For MacKenzie
$4,428
$4,195
$3,955
$3,505
$3,365
$3,300
$4,340
$4,107
$3,867
$3,417
$3,277
$3,212
$4,445
$4,212
$3,972
$3,522
$3,382
$3,307
$4,475
$4,242
$4,002
$3,552
$3,412
$3,347
Deduct $150 for the single term payment as there is
no Resnet connection
Deduct $25 for the single term payment as there is
no cable TV
For Maggie Jean Residence: Without Meals
Room Type
Advance
Due Sept.8/04
Payment
or Jan. 14/05
Single
$300
$2,664
Special Double^
$300
$2,169
Double
$300
$2,024
+
*
^
**
Total
Total
$2,964
$2,469
$2,324
Notes:
Double-sized single room with bathroom
Special rate applies to single room with bath and single occupancy of a double room
Double room with bathroom
Meal cards do not include Christmas and March breaks
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SAINT JOHN CAMPUS
UNDERGRADUATE TUITION AND STUDENT FEES
2004-2005
TUITION & RESIDENCE FEES MUST BE PAID BY SEPTEMBER 8/04 to avoid cancellation of course registration. Course charges
will be incurred up to the official withdrawal date. Please see the UNB Refund Policy following the section entitled Notes to Fees
Tables in this section of the Calendar.
TUITION & STUDENT FEES 2003-2004:
ALL FULL TIME UNDERGRADUATES MAKING ONE PAYMENT
Although all dates below are the appropriate dates for the Academic year of 2004-2005, the University reserves the right to make changes, without
notice, in its published rates of tuition, residence and other fees including regulations for the payment thereof. (Tuition and Student Fees for 20042005 will be updated on the UNB Financial website upon Board of Governors Approval. Please refer to the website for updates).
(Tuition and Student Fees for 2004-2005 will be updated on the UNB Financial website upon Board of Governors Approval.
Please refer to the website for updates.)
The definition of a full time student: A student registered in the equivalent of 4 courses (or more) per term.
$4,510.00
$125.00
$137.00
$112.00
$50.00
$ 4,943.00
Tuition
Student Representative Council Fee
Student Health Insurance*
Optional Dental Insurance *
Technology Fee
Total
CO-OP WORK TERM FEES:
$714.00 per term. Students on work terms are required to pay Health Insurance,
& Technology Fee: ($714 + $137 + $112 + $25 = $988)
TUITION & STUDENT FEES 2003-2004:
ALL FULL TIME UNDERGRADUATES MAKING TWO PAYMENTS (Installment Plan)
(Tuition and Student Fees for 2004-2005 will be updated on the UNB Financial website upon Board of Governors Approval.
Please refer to the website for updates)
•
•
•
•
•
•
CANADIAN STUDENTS
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS*
DUE DATES
Sept. 8/04
Jan. 14/05
Sept. 8/04
Jan. 14/05
All Programs
$3,150.00
$1,814.00
$6,252.00
$3,514.00
Student Representative Council Fees of $125, Health Insurance and Dental Insurance of $249 are included in the 1st
Installment payment.
When fees are paid by installments, an administrative fee of $30 is included in the 1st Term.
*Health insurance rates for international students are based on 2003-2004 single rate of $573.00. Please refer to the
International Student Health Insurance Table for family and other rate options. Rates will be updated by May 31/04.
Health & Dental Insurance plan Opt Outs must be done at UNBSJ SRC office (Thomas J. Condon Student Centre, Room
213) by September 22, 2004.
For students attending full time Sept. to Dec. only: ($2,255.00 + $137 + $112 + $125 + $25 = $2,654.00)
For student attending full time January to April only: ($2,255.00 + $91 + $112 + $62.50 + $25 = $2,545.50)
TUITION & STUDENT FEES 2003-2004:
ALL PART TIME UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Tuition and Student Fees for 2004-2005 will be updated on the UNB Financial website upon Board of Governors Approval.
Please refer to the website for updates
The definition of a part time student: A student registered in the equivalent of 3 courses or less per term.
Per Term Course
$451.00 Per Year Course
$902.00
(0-5 credit hours)
(6-11 credit hours)
Part Time Student Fee
$12.50 Part-Time Student Fee
$25.00
(per course)
(per course)
$10.00
Technology Fee
$5.00 Technology Fee
TOTAL COURSE FEE
$468.50 TOTAL COURSE FEE
$937.00
Part time students may pay fees in full at the time of Registration by: cash, cheque, money order, VISA, MasterCard, or debit card.
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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT FEE DIFFERENTIAL 2003-2004
Tuition and Student Fees for 2004-2005 will be updated on the UNB Financial website upon Board of Governors Approval.
Please refer to the website for updates
Full-Time (per year)
Per Term Course:
(0-5 credit hrs)
$424.00
$4,240.00
Per Year Course:
(6-11 credit hrs)
$848.00
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUMS
*Rates will change by May 31/04
Annual
8 months
4 months
September to
January to
Summer
August
August
Semester
Single
$573.00
$382.00
$191.00
Couple
$1,146.00
$764.00
$382.00
Couple with 1 Child
$1,669.00
$1,112.00
$556.00
Couple with 2 or more Children
$2,231.00
$1,487.00
$744.00
Single Parent with 1 Child
$1,146.00
$764.00
$382.00
Single Parent with 2 Children
$1,669.00
$1,112.00
$556.00
Single Parent with 3 or more Children
$2,231.00
$1,487.00
$744.00
International Students must take Medicare equivalent health coverage or provide evidence of
coverage by an Opt Out at UNB Financial Services by September 22/04 for Fall term and January
21/05 for Winter term.
•
CANADA STUDENT LOANS: Canada Student Loan for New Brunswick students will be available at the UNB Saint John
Business Office; Oland Hall, Room 119 beginning mid August. Registration process MUST be completed & picture
identification presented before loans can be released.
•
STUDENTS TAKE NOTE: Where loans have not been received by the day of registration, fees must be paid from your own
resources or temporary borrowing. It will NOT be possible to defer payment and postdated cheques will NOT be accepted.
•
SCHOLARSHIPS: Scholarships, awarded by the University, will be applied to the students account as a credit, in equal
amounts, by the term. Any student paying fees by the term should reduce the amount paid at Registration by half the value
of the scholarship.
SAINT JOHN
RESIDENCE FEES
Residence Fees will be updated at a later time. Please refer to the UNB Financial Website in late May for updated rates.
http://www.unb.ca/financial services/students/
All students living in Sir James Dunn Residence will pay fees according to the following schedule:
•
September Payment Includes $50 House Dues..
Meal Plan
Room Type
Plan 1 (10 meals) Large Single
Single
Double
Plan 2 (14 meals) Large Single
Single
Double
Plan 3 (19 meals) Large Single
Single
Double
New Residence
2 Bedroom Suite
Advance
Payment
$300
$300
$300
$300
$300
$300
$300
$300
$300
$300
Due
Sept.8/04
$2,912
$2,762
$2,357
$3,012
$2,862
$2,457
$3,112
$2,962
$2,557
$2,025
Due
Jan. 14/05
$2,562
$2,412
$2,007
$2,662
$2,512
$2,107
$2,762
$2,612
$2,207
$1,675
Total
$5,774
$5,474
$4,664
$5,974
$5,674
$4,864
$6,174
$5,874
$5,064
$4,000
Note: - Additional Buy-ins to meal cards are available at any time, at a minimum level of $25.00 - Students entering residence in
January 2004 must pay fees by January 5, 2004.
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NOTES TO FEES
TABLES:
OTHER ACADEMIC FEES
Application Fee (all faculties)
- non refundable
Admission Deposit (Note 1)
(by certified cheque or money
order)
Incomplete Registration Fee
Challenge for Credit
Examinations
Special Examination - per
paper (by certified cheque or
money order)
Re-read -per paper (by
certified cheque or money
order)
Transcript Fee
(Note: $3.00 for the first
transcript, $1.00 for each
additional ordered at the
same time)
Graudation Fee
(Note: A deposit of $60.00 is
required for the use of
graduation regalia. Upon
return of the regalia, $25.00 is
refunded.)
c.
a term course, weighted at 12 or
more credit hours, is the equivalent of
four courses;
d.
a full-year course, weighted at 0-5
credit hours, is the equivalent of onehalf course in each of the two terms;
e.
a full-year course, weighted at 6-11
credit hours, is the equivalent of one
course in each of the two terms;
f.
a full-year course, weighted at 12-17
credit hours, is the equivalent of two
courses in each of the two terms;
g.
a full-year course, weighted at 18 or
more credit hours, is the equivalent of
three courses in each of the two
terms;
h.
an audited course is one-half the
course equivalent of the same course
taken for credit.
$ 75.00
$ 25.00
25% of
normal
course
fees
$ 15.00
$ 15.00
$ 3.00
$ 35.00
Definition of Full-time and Part-time
Student. Determination of a student's
status as full-time in a term will be based
on the following criteria:
1.
A student carrying the equivalent of
four or more courses in a term is a
full-time student:
2.
a student carrying less than the
equivalent of four courses in a term is
a part-time student:
The "equivalent number of courses"
carried by a student in a term is
determined as follows:
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a term course, weighted at 6-11
credit hours, is the equivalent of two
courses;
$ 35.00
Tuition fees cover all the normal charges
of the University for registration, libraries,
creative arts, athletics and regular
examinations during a full academic year.
Part-time students may pay fees by the
course, to a maximum of three courses
per term. (see Definition of Full-time and
Part-time Student below)
a.
b.
a term course, weighted at 0-5 credit
hours, is the equivalent of one
course;
Audit. Part-time students may audit
courses with registration and payment of
50% of the undergraduate course fees
unless auditing, with enrolment
restrictions. (Where priority is given to the
student wanting to take the course for
credit.)
Differential fees. Full-time students who
are not Canadian citizens or landed
immigrants will be required to pay a fee
differential of $4,240 (2003-2004 rate) .
Part-time non-Canadian or non-resident
students must pay a fee of $424 (20032004 rate) per term course payable in full
at registration.
Work Term fees. Students participating in
a Co-op Program or Professional
Experience Program (Engineering) will be
required to register and pay work term
fees. Participants will be required to pay
the student health insurance fee ($249 in
2003-2004) and the SUB Expansion Fee
($25), at the time of registration. In
addition, students participating in the
Professional Engineering Program
(Engineering) will be required to pay the
Engineering Endowment Fee ($50). The
PEP work term fee and Co-op work term
fee are due at the end of the second
month. Payments for both work terms
received after the applicable date will be
subject to interest changes.
Faculty of Education Out-of-Province
Internship. The Faculty of Education may
make arrangements for students seeking
out-of-province Field Studies practicums.
Students undertaking out-of-province
placements will be assessed an out-ofprovince intern differential fee of $500.00.
Further information is available from the
Chair of Student Teaching.
Application fee. An application fee of $35
must accompany all applications. This fee
is non-refundable.
Admission Deposit. An admission deposit
in the form of a certified cheque, money
order, Visa or Master Card is payable to
the Admissions Office, UNB, as a
confirmation of acceptance. The first term
tuition payment can be reduced as a
result of this advance payment. A refund
of $60 is available if notice for cancellation
is received by August 1.
The incomplete registration fee of $25 will
apply to any student who fails to negotiate
his/her student loan within the required
time period, or makes a cheque or credit
card payment which is returned by the
bank, for any reason. (Registration may
be cancelled.)
Health and Accident Insurance. Students
should refer to "Section D - Facilities and
Services" of this calendar for details of
available health and dental coverage.
Student Organization fees. Full-time
undergraduate students in Fredericton
and Saint John will pay student
association fees for 2003-2004, in the
amounts of $109 and $125, respectively
(2004-2005 rates may changes, please
refer to UNB website). Part-time students
in Fredericton will be represented by
ALPS (Adult Learners and Part-time
Students). On the Saint John campus
OPTAMUS will be the association for parttime students (Organization of Part-time
and Mature University Students). The
compulsory fee for all Fredericton parttime students will be $10 per term course
(Max. $30 per term). The compulsory fee
for all Saint John part-time students will be
$12.50 per term course (Max. $37.50 per
term).
Room Deposit. A deposit of $300 will be
required to confirm a room reservation.
This advance deposit, in the form of a
certified cheque, money order, Master
Card or Visa will be requested when an
offer of a room is extended and a
provisional reservation is made.
FINANCIAL INFORMATION
Students in Fredericton who send written
notice of cancellation to the Dean of
Residence before August 1 , may apply
for a refund of $150 from their deposit.
The balance of $150 is NOT
REFUNDABLE under any circumstances.
Students in Saint John who send written
notice of cancellation to the Manager of
Housing and Food Services before
August 1 , may apply for a refund of $150
from their deposit. The balance of $150 is
NOT REFUNDABLE under any
circumstances.
Residence Fees - Fredericton
The Fredericton Residence Fees include
meals per week and cover a period from
the day before registration until the day
after the student's last examination in
December, and the day before classes
start in January until the day after the
student's last regularly scheduled
examination in the spring. Meals are not
served during Thanksgiving weekend in
the first term or during the mid-term break
in the second term. A limited number of
rooms are available off campus. (Rooms
only, no meals)
The University has a limited number of 1,
2 and 3 bedroom apartments restricted to
full-time UNB and St. Thomas students.
All tenants are required to sign a lease,
pay a damage deposit, and issue postdated cheques for the monthly rent.
Interested persons should contact the OffCampus Housing Office, UNB, P.O. Box
4400, Fredericton, N.B., E3B 5A3.
Residence Fees - Saint John
The Saint John Residence fees includes a
declining balance food plan and covers
the period from Labour Day until the day
after the students last examination in
December, and the day before classes
start in January until the day after the
students last regularly scheduled
examination in the Spring. All holidays
during each term will follow the weekend
hourly meal schedule. There is no meal
plan food service over the Christmas
Break. During March Break the students
who remain in residence may continue to
use their meal card during the operational
hours of food service.
REGULATIONS FOR
PAYMENT OF
UNIVERSITY FEES
Tuition, Health Insurance, Student
Organization fees and Residence fees are
payable on or before the first day of
classes. They are payable in full by that
date, but full-time students may pay in two
installments, as indicated below. Where
such option is exercised a $30 installment
fee will be charged. Full-time
undergraduate students on both
Fredericton and Saint John campuses
must pay the tuition and fees amount due
including any applicable differential fees
and Health and Accident Comprehensive
Insurance on or before the first day of
classes. The balance will be payable by
January 14, 2005.
Registration is not complete until all fees
have been paid, or satisfactory
arrangements made with Financial
Services. Any student who fails to pay the
required fee or to make satisfactory
arrangements by the specified dates will
have his/her course selections cancelled;
such students will be required to register
again once fees have been paid.
Interest will be added to overdue accounts
at the rate of 0.75% per month, until paid.
Degrees, grades and transcripts will be
withheld for students and former students
who have failed to meet their financial
obligations. Such students will not be
permitted to register again until all
overdue accounts have been paid.
University awards and scholarships will
be applied to the student's account as a
credit, in equal amounts, by the term. The
full dollar value of awards and
scholarships may be used by students
paying the entire year's fees in the first
term. Any amount greater than the fees
due will be refunded.
Canada Student Loan Certificates will be
processed by Financial Services on or
after August 20, 2004; Quebec Student
Loan Certificates on or after September 1,
2004. Students must appear in person
with identification at Financial Services to
sign the loan certificate. To negotiate a
loan, a Social Insurance Card is required.
Outstanding fees must be paid from the
proceeds of the loan. Students will
authorize the negotiating bank to remit
directly to the University the amount
required to cover applicable fees.
Students must deliver their completed
loan certificates to their bank immediately
after signing to avoid late charges.
Students who receive the full
disbursement of a loan in September
should pay the year's fees in full to avoid
the $30 installment fee.
If government student loan certificates
have not been received by the date fees
are due, applicable fees must be paid
from your own resources. It is not possible
to defer due payments without the
approval of Financial Services.
For tax purposes, Revenue Canada
Tuition and Education Credit Certificates
(T2202A) will be mailed by the Registrar,
to all students, before the end of
February.
UNIVERSITY REFUND
POLICY
A student who wishes to withdraw from a
course/s must do so on-line or notify the
Registrar in writing. Ceasing to attend
lectures or notifying the instructor does
not constitute official withdrawal. The
effective date will be the on-line
withdrawal date or the approved date as
indicated by the Registrar.
The minimum administrative charge for all
refunds will be $25 for full-time students
and $10 per three-credit hour course, to a
maximum of $25 for part-time students.
The refund will be:
a.
the tuition paid less the minimum
administrative charge as outlined
above, or
b.
the tuition fee paid less a pro-rated
charge from the first day of classes
up to the refund withdrawal dates.
Refunds will not be issued if the effective
withdrawal date is after:
•
24 October for Fall (first) term
courses
•
16 January for full-year courses
•
20 February for Winter (second) term
courses
Requests for adjustments or refunds for a
previous term will not be considered after
September 1 of the following year.
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REGULATIONS FOR THE
PAYMENT OF
RESIDENCE FEES
FREDERICTON
1.
2.
3.
To reserve a room, all students will
be required to pay a deposit of $300,
by certified cheque, money order,
MasterCard or Visa. Students who
have paid a deposit but send written
notice of cancellation to Residential
Life & Conference Services receive
refunds as follows:
•
a refund of $150 if the written
notice is received on or before
July 31. The balance of $150 is
not refundable.
•
a refund of $50 if the written
notice is received after July 31
but on or before August 21. The
balance of $250 is not
refundable.
•
no refund if the written notice is
received after August 21. The
entire deposit is forfeited if the
student cancels after August 21,
fails to take up the reserved
accommodation or enters and
then subsequently withdraws
from residence.
On or before the 1st day of classes in
September all students in residence
will be required to pay the applicable
residence fee (please refer to the
UNB Financial website for an
updated fee schedule in May), plus
$300 advance deposit. The balance
will be payable by January 14, 2005.
Interest will be added to overdue
accounts at the rate of 0.75% per
month.
6.
7.
8.
Except as in 3 above, residence fees
for students moving into residence 10
or more days after the beginning of
the Fall Term will be the advance
deposit plus the amount due on
September 8, 2004, less the
appropriate per diem from the 1st day
to the date of occupancy. This is due
in full before moving into residence.
5.
Residence fees for students who
enter residence in the Fall Term and
are permitted to withdraw from
Residence fees for students who
enter residence in the Fall Term and
are permitted to withdraw from
residence during the Winter Term will
be the advance deposit plus the
amount due September 8, 2004, plus
the appropriate per diem rate from
beginning of the Winter Term to the
date of withdrawal.
Residence fees for students who
enter residence in the Fall Term who
request and are granted permission
to leave residence at Christmas will
be the advance deposit plus the
amount due September 8, 2004.
Students wanting such permission
should apply in writing no later than
December 1, 2004. Failure to do so
will result in a $100 surcharge in
addition to the above described Fall
Term Residence Fees if student is
given permission to leave residence.
Students who leave residence during
either term, but who continue as
students at the university, may be
liable for the room rent portion of the
residence fees for the remainder of
the term.
4.
For students without a room
reservation and advance deposit
prepaid, there will be no adjustments
of fees for arrivals up to 10 days after
Labour Day. Residence fees for
students moving into residence 11
days or more after Labour Day will be
the advance deposit plus the
appropriate per diem from the date of
occupancy. This is due in full and
payable at the Business Office.
5.
Residence fees for students who
enter residence in the fall term and
withdraw from university before the
end of the fall term will be the
advance deposit plus the appropriate
per diem rate from the date of
occupancy to the date of withdrawal.
6.
Residence fees for students who
enter residence in the fall term and
withdraw from university during the
winter term will be the advance
deposit plus the amount due in
September, plus the appropriate per
diem rate room the beginning of the
winter term to the date of withdrawal.
7.
Residence fees for students who
enter residence in the fall term who
request and are granted permission
to leave residence at Christmas will
be the advance deposit plus the
amount due in September. No
adjustment to the residence fee will
be made. Students wanting such
permission should apply in writing no
later than December 1, 2004. Failure
to do so will result in a $100
surcharge in addition to the above
described Fall Term Residence fees
if student is given permission to leave
residence. Permission is usually
granted if the student is required to
be away from campus for a co-op
work term outside the city limits, or
they complete their academic
program and leave the university, or
they withdraw from university as well
as residence.
8.
Students who leave residence during
either term, but who continue as
students at the University, may be
liable for the room rent portion of the
residence fees for the remainder of
the term.
SAINT JOHN
1.
Any student who occupies their room
late for any reason, with a room
reservation and the deposit paid, will
be responsible for full Fall Term
payment.
4.
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residence before the end of the Fall
Term will be the advance deposit plus
the appropriate per diem rate up to
the date of withdrawal.
To reserve a room, all students will
be required to pay a deposit of $300,
in the form of a certified cheque,
money order, MasterCard or Visa.
Students who have paid a deposit but
send written notice of cancellation to
Housing & Food Services receive
refunds as follows::
•
a refund of $150 if the written
notice is received on or before
July 31. The balance of $150 is
not refundable.
•
after August 1st the entire
deposit is non-refundable.
2.
On or before the 1st day of classes in
September all students in residence
will be required to pay their first term
fees plus $300 advance deposit. The
balance will be payable by January
14, 2005. Interest will be added to
overdue accounts at the rate of
0.75% per month.
3.
The date of occupancy will normally
be Labour Day. There will be no
residence fee adjustments for late
arrivals.
FINANCIAL INFORMATION
ESTIMATE OF COSTS
(Listed fees are mandatory)
The following may be used as a guideline
for students attending UNB and is based
on the academic year from September to
April. The item "miscellaneous" listed
below is an estimated minimum cost for
clothing, laundry, transportation, and
personal expenses.
Tuition Fees
Student Union Fees
(Fredericton)
SUB Expansion Fees
(Fredericton)
Student Representative
Council Fees (Saint John)
Technology Fee
Books and Supplies
Rooms and Meals
(Double Room, 19 Meal
Plan - Fredericton)
$4,510
$109
$25
$301
$50
$1,000
to $1,500
$5,770
Travel Home
$800
to $1,000
Local Travel
$600
TOTA;\L
$13,159
to $14,059
GOVERNMENTAL
STUDENT LOANS
2004/2005
Applications, for the current academic
year, are available through most
Provincial Student Loan Departments
anytime after March/April. For information
about Government Loans call Toll-free 1888-432-7377 or visit the Human
Resources Development Centre (HRDC)
on-line website: http://www.canlearn.ca
For information on Government Loan
Assistance for the Province of New
Brunswick, please contact Student
Financial Services, Department of
Education, P.O. Box 6000, 548 York
Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick, E3B
5H1, Toll-Free: 1-800-667-5626/Fax (506)
444-4333, Web site: http://
www.studentaid.gnb.ca
Provincial and Territorial Student
Assistance applications can also be
obtained through UNB's Financial Aid
(FA) Office located in Room 3, Alumni
Memorial Building. Please contact the FA
office at (506) 453-4796 to verify
availability of Provincial Loan
applications.
SCHOLARSHIPS,
PRIZES AND AWARDS
Regulations and General Information
All medals, prizes, scholarships and
bursaries that are awarded by the
University are approved by both Senates.
Unless otherwise specified, awards are
tenable at the Fredericton and Saint John
campuses of the University of New
Brunswick.
The University reserves the right not to
make an award should there be no
suitable candidate.
The University assumes liability for the
payment of scholarships, bursaries and
prizes only to the extent that gifts from
donors, or returns from particular
investments for these purposes, will
permit. Thus, the stated values and
numbers of certain awards may vary.
Since the Calendar is published a
considerable time before the opening of
the academic session, the University
reserves the right to make whatever
changes circumstances may require,
including the cancellation of awards.
The Undergraduate Awards Office
administers scholarships and bursaries
for students enrolled in a minimum of 12
credit hours or 4 courses of
undergraduate courses each study term.
Limited scholarship support is available
from the College of Extended Learning for
Fredericton campus students who attend
Intersession or Summer Session or who
attend UNB on a part-time basis. For
Saint John campus students, who attend
Spring and/or Summer Session, or who
attend UNB on a part-time basis, Student
Life and Support Services can provide
limited scholarship support.
Scholarships are awarded by the
Undergraduate Awards Office to students
attending UNB to help them with the
financial costs of attending university. The
scholarship is paid to the recipient in the
form of a credit against the student's UNB
tuition and other compulsory fees.
Normally, one-half of the scholarship's
annual value is credited to the student's
UNB fees for the Fall and Winter terms, to
a maximum of two terms per year (May to
April).
Normally, a student can hold an
undergraduate scholarship or bursary as
long as s/he is registered in and has paid
for four courses, or at least 12 credit
hours, during the Fall and Winter terms at
UNB and has given satisfactory evidence
of merit.
If a scholarship recipient attends only one
term during the year (May to April), s/he
will receive half the annual value of the
scholarship as long as s/he has enrolled
in 12 credit hours or 4 courses during the
one term.
Effective 2004-05, Co-op and PEP work
terms qualify as eligible terms for
scholarship support.
Students who intend to graduate from an
undergraduate degree program in the
upcoming year and are attending UNB,
but will not be registered in at least 12
credit hours or 4 courses each term, may
be able to retain their scholarship as long
as confirmation is received from the
Faculty that the student will qualify for the
degree at the end of the present
registration. These students are
encouraged to contact the Undergraduate
Awards Office for consideration.
In the event that the award exceeds the
compulsory fees for the study term, the
recipient can request a refund cheque
from Financial Services.
Unless otherwise specified in the
scholarship description, students who are
admitted to UNB on a basis OTHER
THAN their high school marks (such as
transfer students, degree holders, mature
students, etc.) may be considered for
scholarship support when they have
completed 24 credit hours at UNB.
To determine whether or not a student is
in financial need, consideration is given to
family income, number of dependents
supported by the family income, number
of dependents attending university in the
upcoming year, spouse's income, number
of student's dependents, student loan
and/or other pertinent financial details
provided by the student.
Students studying at another institution on
a Letter of Permission from UNB normally
are not permitted to retain their
scholarship.
Students holding renewable awards are
expected to maintain the academic
standing specified in the recipient's
awarding letter. Failure to do so will
normally result in the loss of the
scholarship. One year of a renewable
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FINANCIAL INFORMATION
scholarship may be postponed while the
recipient is studying at another postsecondary institution, as long as the
recipient returns to UNB as a student in an
undergraduate degree program. Unless
otherwise stated, renewable scholarships
are awarded for a maximum of eight
terms.
Students who withdraw from UNB after
the refund date will retain their scholarship
for the term in question, up to the tuition
and compulsory fees owed by the student.
Each recipient will be notified of the terms
and conditions of the award. If additional
information is required, recipients are
encouraged to contact the Assistant
Registrar, Undergraduate Awards,
University of New Brunswick, at (506)4534894 or email: awards@unb.ca.
Eligibility
•
The student must begin the
programme of study at UNB.
•
The student must have completed at
least 24 credit hours at UNB (for
assessment purposes).
•
The student attending the partnering
institution for one year of full-time
study will be eligible for scholarship
support based on the previous years
work at UNB.
•
If the program requires a second year
of study at a partnering institution,
consideration for scholarship will be
given on the basis of a
recommendation from the Faculty.
•
Upon the students return to UNB,
consideration for scholarship will be
given on the basis of a
recommendation from the Faculty.
Students Enrolled in Articulated
Degree Programs
Students who begin an articulated degree
program at UNB directly from high school
are considered for Scholarships Open to
High School Students. Students who are
enrolled in articulated degree programs at
UNB and attend the partnering institution
(and not enrolled in 12 ch or 4 courses at
UNB) may be considered for scholarships
as follows
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•
Consideration will be given to the
level of support by the partnering
institution in the final decision of UNB
scholarship support provided to the
student.
Funding•
These students will not be eligible to
retain donor-funded scholarships for
the year that they are at the
partnering institution, unless the
scholarship is open to the articulated
degree program.
•
Scholarships for students who are
enrolled in articulated degree
programs, but attending the
partnering institution (and not
enrolled in 12 ch or 4 courses at
UNB) will be available using
scholarship funds budgeted by the
University and awarded using the
scale approved by the Scholarship
Committee each year.
•
Donorfunded scholarships for these
specific programs will be established
using new monies. The scholarship
description will contain a sentence
indicating that, The recipient may
retain this scholarship while enrolled
in a UNB articulated degree program
and attending the partnering
institution.
•
Students must apply to be considered
for scholarship support.
The RHB McLaughlin Trust
Established through the generosity of
Robert H.B. McLaughlin, long-time
professor of Civil Engineering, former
President of the UNB Associated Alumni
and graduate of the Class of 1943, this
Trust annually supports the R.H.B.
McLaughlin Prize in Civil Engineering, the
R.H.B. McLaughlin Graduate Fellowship
in Civil Engineering, the Beaverbrook
Scholars Award, and the R.H.B.
McLaughlin Athletic Recognition Fund.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
The University of New Brunswick provides
scholarships to high school students with
superior academic standings who are admitted
to a UNB undergraduate degree program on
the basis of their high school marks and who
have not attended another post-secondary
institution prior to coming to UNB.
High school students with high averages are
encouraged to submit their scholarship
applications by February 15th. The one
application form covers the majority of UNB
scholarships on both campuses for students
applying to UNB directly from high school.
High school students should also visit
www.unb.ca/scholarships to download the
application forms for the Blake-Kirkpatrick
Scholarships and the H. Harrison McCain
Bursaries. On the same webpage, additional
information on external scholarships can also
be found.
The scholarship application form attached to
the general application for admission to the
University is for high school applicants only.
The application form is also available on the
UNB website (www.unb.ca/application/) or can
be obtained from the Registrar's Office, UNB
Fredericton and UNB Saint John.
Students who are admitted to UNB on a basis
OTHER THAN their high school marks (such
as transfer students, degree holders, mature
students, etc.) may be considered for
scholarship support when they have completed
24 credit hours at UNB.
•
a maximum of three bonus points for 7 to
9 enriched courses, and
APEGNB Saint John Branch
Scholarship
•
a maximum of four bonus points for 10 or
more enriched courses.
field: Engineering. value: $200. number: 5.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to Saint
The Scholarship Average is not rounded. The
Scholarship Average may be recalculated
using Grade 12 final marks, upon request only.
International students are considered on an
indvidual basis. The Guaranteed Scholarships
are provided on the basis of a recommendation
from the Registrar's Office for the admitting
campus, to International students who are
beginning an undergraduate degree program at
UNB directly from high school.
International students who begin their degree
courses in the Winter term will have the full
value of their scholarship applied to that term.
75th Anniversary Scholarship in
Forestry
Otty L. Barbour Memorial Scholarship
field: Forestry or Forest Engineering. value:
Approximately $3,000. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded to a student
beginning an undergraduate degree program in
Forestry or Forest Engineering who has
graduated from high school with a high
academic standing and who has demonstrated
scholastic achievement in math and science.
donor: Alumni of the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management.
All students who have been admitted to a UNB
degree program on the basis of their high
school marks and have Scholarship Averages
of 80% or higher will receive a scholarship offer
from UNB. UNB guarantees students with
Scholarship Averages
students beginning an undergraduate degree
program. Selections are made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need.
donor: Associated Alumnae.
•
•
•
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Multiple. duration: 1 year. conditions: Students
UNB calculates a Scholarship Average which is
the Admission Average plus bonus points for
enriched courses. Bonus points are added
directly to the Scholarship Average, as long as
a mark of 75% or higher is achieved in the
course.
•
•
one bonus point for 1 to 3 enriched
courses;
a maximum of two bonus points for 4 to 6
enriched courses;
field: Unrestricted. value: $500. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
graduate of Fredericton High School, Oromocto
High School, Leo Hayes High School, or Ecole
Sainte-Anne, beginning an undergraduate
degree program at UNB. Selection is made on
the basis of financial need to students who
have demonstrated successful academic
performance. donor: Friends and family of
Richard Bagley, BA'72, MA '79 and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
Alumnae Entrance Scholarship
This scholarship support may come in the form
of one or more scholarships that are combined
to provide the student with the guaranteed
amount.
Richard Bagley Memorial Bursary
International students who must undertake
English language training before beginning an
undergraduate degree program must be reevaluated for the guaranteed scholarship by
the Registrar's Office for the admitting campus,
upon the successful completion of the English
language training program.
UNB's Scholarship Guarantee
Program
between 80% and 84.9% - $500
between 85% and 89.9% - $1,000.
90% or higher - at least $1,500 in total
scholarship support
John campus students entering the
Engineering degree program directly from a
high school within in the APEGNB Saint John
Branch district, who has not received another
major award. Selections are made on the basis
of scholastic attainment and financial need.
donor: The Association of Professional
Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick
- Saint John Branch and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Multiple. duration: 1 year. conditions: Women
Alumni Entrance Scholarship
beginning an undergraduate degree program.
Awarded primarily on the basis of scholastic
attainment. Financial need may be considered.
donor: Associated Alumni.
APEGNB Entrance Scholarship
field: Engineering. value: $2000. number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to students
entering the Engineering or Geoscience degree
program directly from a New Brunswick high
school. Selections are made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need.
awarding agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering.
donor: The Association of Professional
Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick
Foundation for Education.
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable duration: up to 4 years conditions:
Residents of New Brunswick who have shown
marked promise in their high school course and
who need financial assistance. donor: The late
Otty L. Barbour.
Beaverbrook Scholars Award
field: Unrestricted. value: $9,000 per annum.
number: 3. duration: 4 years. conditions:
Awarded to an outstanding graduate of a New
Brunswick high school who is beginning an
undergraduate degree program at UNB.
Selections are made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. Consideration
may be given to participation in extra-curricular
activities. awarding agency: The University with
the approval of the Beaverbrook Scholar's
Award Committee. donor: Lord Beaverbrook
Scholars.
Lord Beaverbrook Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $6,500 per annum.
number: 6 duration: 4 years. conditions: Open
to men and women residents of New Brunswick
and tenable at UNB. Selections are made on
basis of scholastic attainment, moral character,
industrious habits and financial need. donor:
The University.
Bicentennial Entrance Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
primarily on the basis of scholastic attainment
to students beginning an undergraduate
degree program. donor: The University.
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
P. William Bishop Memorial
Scholarship
field: Engineering value: Variable number: 1
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded on the
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need to a student who has graduated from a
high school in Canada, and is entering the
Engineering degree program. donor: Mrs.
Bethia G. Bishop and family in memory of her
husband and their father, Mr. P. William
Bishop, BSc.Eng.CE 42, recipient of the
Ketchum Medal 42.
Blake-Kirkpatrick Undergraduate
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted (not Engineering) value:
Total - $45,000; $15,000 in year 1; $12,000,
$10,000 and $8,000 in each succeeding year.
number: 2. duration: 4 years. conditions:
Awarded to two students beginning a degree
program other than Engineering upon the
graduation from a high school in any of the four
Atlantic Provinces. The scholarships are
intended to support the education of future
leaders. The applicants are therefore asked to
submit an essay (not less than 250 words)
giving the Selection Committee an indication of
their leadership capabilities to date, including
(but not limited to) school and extra-curricular
activities. Required in the essay is evidence of
overcoming barriers or difficult situations.
apply: http://www.unb.ca/scholarships/
awarding agency: The University, on the
recommendations of the Blake-Kirkpatrick
Selection Committee. donor: Richard James
Currie, C.M., MBA, LLD, P.Eng. installed as
Chancellor of the University of New Brunswick
in May 2003, in memory of his two
grandmothers, Ida Mae Blake, who married
James Adam Johnstone and Jannet
Kirkpatrick, who married James Henderson
Currie. deadline: March 1.
Blake-Kirkpatrick Undergraduate
Scholarship in Engineering
field: Engineering. value: Total - $55,000;
$15,000 in year 1; $12,000, $10,000, $10,000
and $8,000 in each succeeding year. number:
2. duration: 5 years. conditions: Awarded to two
students beginning a Bachelor of Engineering
degree program upon the graduation from a
high school in any of the four Atlantic
Provinces. The scholarships are intended to
support the education of future leaders. The
applicants are therefore asked to submit an
essay (not less than 250 words) giving the
Selection Committee an indication of their
leadership capabilities to date, including (but
not limited to) school and extra-curricular
activities. Required in the essay is evidence of
overcoming barriers or difficult situations.
apply: http://www.unb.ca/scholarships/
awarding agency: The University, on the
recommendations of the Blake-Kirkpatrick
Selection Committee. donor: Richard James
Currie, C.M., MBA, LLD, P.Eng. installed as
Chancellor of the University of New Brunswick
in May 2003, in memory of his two
grandmothers, Ida Mae Blake, who married
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James Adam Johnstone and Jannet
Kirkpatrick, who married James Henderson
Currie. deadline: March 1.
H. S. Bridges Memorial Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately $1600.
number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions: To a
graduate of Saint John High School, who has
high academic qualifications and is in need of
financial assistance. donor: Dr. Colin B.
Mackay, Rothesay, N.B. and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
Doris A. Campbell Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $400. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student entering UNB from Chipman High
School. Selection is made on the basis of
scholastic attainment with particular emphasis
on English and financial need. donor: Mr.
James S. Campbell.
Carleton & York Regimental
Association Memorial Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $2500 number: 2
duration: 1 year. conditions: Preference to
children or grandchildren of an overseas
veteran of the Carleton and York Regiment in
World War II irrespective of residence, and
secondly to children or grandchildren of any
overseas veteran of World War II, the said
veteran being or having been a resident of New
Brunswick and irrespective of where the child
or grandchild resides. Failing to find a suitable
candidate, the scholarship shall be open to any
child or grandchild of any other veteran, being
or having been a resident of New Brunswick
and irrespective of where the child or
grandchild currently resides. Failing a suitable
applicant or candidate in this third class, the
Scholarship shall be open to any applicant
residing in New Brunswick. Under this final
class of suitability consideration shall be given
to those who have served or are serving or
whose parents served in the Land Reserve and
particularly First Battalion Royal New
Brunswick Regiment. donor: The Carleton and
York Regiment Association of Saint John.
Governor Thomas Carleton
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: $1000 number:
Variable duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded
on the basis of academic achievement to
students entering a degree program at UNB.
donor: The University.
Ward Chipman Founder's
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: $500 number:
Variable duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded
on the basis of academic achievement to
students entering a degree program at UNB.
donor: The University.
Class of 1941 Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $4,100 per year.
number: 1 duration: 4 years. conditions:
Awarded to a student beginning an
undergraduate degree program on the
Fredericton campus. The recipient must be a
Canadian citizen or a Landed Immigrant.
Selection is made on the basis of financial need
and academic performance. One scholarship is
awarded every four years. donor: UNB Class of
1941.
Julia Buchanan Coburn Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted but preference for an
entering student in the Faculty of Education
value: Approximately $1600. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: A student from
York County entering the University with
preference given to students from the KeswickMactaquac area. Selections are made on the
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need. donor: Friends of the late Mrs. Julia
Buchanan Coburn and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
Computer Science Alumni Entrance
Scholarship
field: Computer Science. value: Variable.
number: Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to full-time students who are entering
the Bachelor of Computer Science (BCS)
degree program or one of the BCS concurrent
degree programs on the Fredericton campus.
Selections are made on the basis of scholastic
attainment; financial need may be taken into
consideration. awarding agency: The
University, on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Computer Science. donor: Computer
Science Alumni.
Randolph E. Cox Scholarship
field: Science. value: $2,500. number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Worthy student
beginning the undergraduate program leading
to a Bachelor of Science degree. Academic
merit and need will be considered. donor: The
late Randolph E. Cox.
Dr. Ivan H. Crowell Scholarship in
Forestry
field: Forestry. value: Variable. number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
Fredericton campus student who has
graduated from a New Brunswick high school
and is beginning a Forestry degree program at
UNB. Selection is based on scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: The
estate of the late Dr. Ivan H. Crowell and Mrs.
Mildred A. Crowell and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Crown Life Entrance Scholarship
J.K. Flemming Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Maximum $2,500
number: Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions:
field: Unrestricted. value: $400. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Student from the
Open to students who have graduated from a
Saskatchewan high school and are beginning
an undergraduate degree program at the
University of New Brunswick. Selections are
made primarily on the basis of scholastic
attainment. donor: The Crown Life Insurance
Company
County of Carleton or the County of Victoria.
Award is made on the basis of academic
performance and financial need. donor: The
late Hon. J.K. Flemming.
Jayanta Datta Memorial Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $2,000 over life of
award; Year 1-$1,000, Year 2-$600, Year 3 $300, Year 4 - $100 number: 1 duration: 4
years. conditions: Awarded to a Fredericton
campus student who is a graduate of Harvey
High School, Stanley High School, Oromocto
High School, Leo Hayes High School,
Fredericton High School or Ecole Ste Anne and
is beginning a degree program at UNB.
Selections are made primarily on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need.
Consideration will be given to the student's
contribution in extra-curricular activities. donor:
The Fredericton Community Foundation.
field: Arts. value: Variable. number: 1 duration:
1 year. conditions: Awarded to a beginning
undergraduate student enrolled in the Faculty
of Arts program on the Fredericton campus.
Selection is made primarily on the basis of
scholastic attainment. donor: Professor Arun
Datta, friends and family of Jayanti Datta.
John R. Dean ADI Scholarship
field: Engineering. value: $4,000. number: 1
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded to a
student, who has graduated from a New
Brunswick high school, and is beginning an
undergraduate degree program in Engineering
on the Fredericton campus. Selection is made
with consideration to scholastic attainment and
financial need. The recipient may not hold
additional scholarships which in total value
exceed $1,000. donor: The family of the late
John R. Dean, B.Sc., M.Sc., D.Sc., P.Eng., and
ADI Group Inc. and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
Mary Lou Duff Memorial Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $250. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
deserving student entering university on the
Saint John campus. Selection is made on the
basis of financial need and scholastic
attainment. donor: Friends of the late Mary Lou
Duff.
Catherine Earle and her parents Dr.
Thomas and his wife Mary (West)
Earle Scholarship for Full-time
Students
field: Arts and Science. value: Variable.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a student who is a graduate of a
New Brunswick high school. Selection is made
on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need. The profile of the recipient must
indicate that the recipient is hard working, and
consideration may be given to the recipient's
participation in extracurricular activities. donor:
Friend of Catherine Earle and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
Faculty of Arts Entrance Scholarship
field: Arts. value: Variable. number: Variable.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
students who are entering the Bachelor of Arts
degree program on the Fredericton campus.
Selections are made on the basis of scholastic
attainment; financial need may be taken into
consideration. awarding agency: The
University, on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Arts. donor: Proceeds from UNB
Faculty-Staff Campaign.
Fredericton Community Foundation
Scholarship
Arthur D. Ganong Scholarship
field: Business Administration. value: $2,000
per year. number: 1 duration: 4 years.
conditions: Awarded to an outstanding
graduate of a New Brunswick high school who
is beginning an undergraduate Business
Administration degree program at UNB.
Preference will be given to students who
graduate from a Charlotte County high school.
Selection is made on the basis of academic
performance and financial need. The
applicants must compose a short essay on
Arthur D. Ganong to accompany the
application. One scholarship awarded every 4
years. donor: Arthur D. Ganong Foundation
and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
M. Patrick Gillin Ottawa Engineering
Scholarships
field: Engineering value: $4,000 number: 5.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
students enrolled in the Engineering degree
program who have graduated from an Ottawaarea high school. Selection will be made on the
basis of scholastic achievement. Financial
need may be taken into consideration. donor:
M. Patrick Gillin, P.Eng., BScEng. '49, D.Sc.
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Gordon J. Glencross Scholarship
field: Generally unrestricted, but preference
may be given to Science and Engineering.
value: $500. number: Minimum 1 duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded primarily on the
basis of academic performance and financial
need, to a student beginning an undergraduate
degree program, who is a graduate of Bonar
Law Memorial High School, Rexton, NB. donor:
Mr. Gordon J. Glencross, BScCE, UNB 1950,
Clairville, Kent County. NB.
Lorna (Belyea) Glencross
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted, but preference to Education
or Nursing value: $500. number: Minimum 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of academic performance and financial
need, to a student beginning an undergraduate
degree program, who is a graduate of Saint
John High School. donor: Mrs. Lorna (Belyea)
Glencross, Saint John High School 1941 and
Mr. Gordon J. Glencross, BScCE, UNB, 1950.
Hamilton-Roberts Entrance
Scholarship in Geomatics
Engineering
field: Geomatics Engineering value:
Approximately $2,500. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Open to a Fredericton campus
student from the Maritime provinces entering
Geomatics Engineering. Selection is made on
the basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need. awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Department of
Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering. donor:
The Hamilton-Roberts Scholarship Fund and
members of the Department of Geodesy and
Geomatics Engineering.
I.O.D.E. Valcartier Chapter of Saint
John Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: $300. number: 1
duration: 1 year (may be renewed). conditions:
Awarded to a student (from Saint John or Kings
Counties) entering UNBSJ who shows
academic promise and needs financial
assistance. donor: I.O.D.E. Valcartier Chapter
and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
Indo-Canadian Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable (Minimum
$500). number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Open to students beginning an undergraduate
degree program on the Saint John campus.
Selection is based on scholastic attainment
and financial need. donor: The Indo-Canadian
Society of Saint John.
Carrie Ethel Ingersoll Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
graduates of Grand Manan High School who
will attend UNB on a basis. selections are
made on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need. donor: The late Mr. John
Robertson.
Ira Beattie/ADI Scholarship
field: Civil Engineerng. value: $2,500 number:
1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student from the Atlantic Provinces who is
beginning the Bachelor of Science in
Engineering (Civil Engineering) degree
program. Selection be based on scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: ADI
Group Inc.
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Leadership Development Award
William MacNeil Scholarship
field: Business. value: $550. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a Saint
field: Forestry or Forest Engineering. value:
$440. number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions: A
John campus student entering the Business
Administration degree program. Selection will
be based on academic achievement and
significant involvement in extra-curricular
activities at high school and/or in the
community. This award is to be given to a
student who will continue to make a positive
contribution to the life and spirit of the university
and community. donor: Faculty, staff and
friends of the Faculty of Business.
student with high academic standing who is
beginning a program leading either to the
degree of Bachelor of Science in Forestry or
Bachelor of Science in Forest Engineering.
donor: The late William MacNeill.
Claudine LeBlanc Memorial Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: $1000. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of financial need to a graduate of St.
Malachy's High School. Preference will be
given to a student who is involved in basketball
or other sports and who is entering a degree
program at on the Saint John campus, but a
Fredericton campus student may be
considered. donor: Friends and family of the
late Claudine LeBlanc and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
William H. A. Long Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Up to $1,000 per
annum. number: 1 duration: 4 years.
conditions: Male student whose home is in the
County of York, but not in the City of
Fredericton, and who appears most deserving
of financial assistance. The student so selected
shall be chosen from those beginning an
undergraduate degree program. One
scholarship awarded every 4 years. donor: The
late William Henry Allison Long.
J. Stephen MacLellan Scholarship
field: Business Administration preferred. value:
$500. number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of academic
performance and financial need to a student
who is a graduate of Riverview High School
and is entering the Business Administration
degree program at UNB. Should no candidate
of this description exist in any given year, the
Scholarship may be awarded to a graduate of
Riverview High School who is entering any
degree program at UNB, or failing that, a
graduate of other New Brunswick high schools,
with preference to Moncton area schools.
donor: Mr. J. Stephen MacLellan.
Dr. Bernice L. MacNaughton
Memorial Alumnae Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $500. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Students
beginning an undergraduate degree program
who have graduated from a high school in
Moncton, New Brunswick. Selection is made on
the basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need. donor: The Associated Alumnae.
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Peter Maynes Memorial Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: $500. number: 1 duration:
1 year. conditions: Awarded to a student
beginning an undergraduate degree program in
the Faculty of Nursing, who is a graduate of a
New Brunswick high school. donor: Mrs.
Elizabeth Maynes in memory of her late
husband, Mr. Peter Maynes.
Dr. W. Allan G. And Constance
Young McAndrew Scholarship
field: Arts. value: Variable. number: 1. duration:
1 year. conditions: Awarded to a Fredericton
campus student who has graduated from a
Gloucester County high school and is
beginning an Arts degree program at UNB.
Preference may be given to a student who has
demonstrated scholastic achievement in
French. donor: Mrs. Constance Young
McAndrew in memory of her husband, Dr. W.
Allan G. McAndrew.
Andrew H. McCain Scholarship
Edith G. McLeod Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $775. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded primarily
on the basis of academic performance to a
student entering first year at UNB, who is a
graduate of a Kent County or Saint John
County high school. donor: Dr. Colin B.
Mackay.
W.K. McMenamon Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable number:
Variable duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded
to students who have graduated from a New
Brunswick high school and are beginning an
undergraduate degree program. donor: The
late W. K. McMenamon.
Mr. & Mrs. Willard McMulkin
Memorial Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: $875. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student entering the University from either
Queens or Sunbury Counties with the
preference given to a student from the
Gagetown area. Selection made on the basis of
financial need and scholastic attainment.
donor: Family of the late Mr. & Mrs. Willard
McMulkin.
field: Unrestricted. value: $4,000 for first year,
$3,000 for next three years. number: 1.
duration: 4 years conditions: Awarded to a
Fredericton campus student, with preference to
a student who is a graduate of a high school in
Carleton County or Victoria County, NB.
Selection is made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: The
family of the late Andrew H. McCain, member
of the Class of 1943 and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
Meloche Monnex Entrance
Scholarship
Maureen McCarthy Memorial Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: $500. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
field: Business Administration. value: Variable.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of financial need to a
Fredericton campus student from Westmorland
County who is beginning the Bachelor of
Business Administration degree program. The
recipient must demonstrate successful
academic performance. donor: Family and
friends of Maureen McCarthy and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
A.W. McLaughlin Entrance
Scholarship in Geomatics
Engineering
field: Surveying Engineering. value:
Approximately $1,700. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Open to a Fredericton campus
student entering the Surveying Engineering
program, who is a graduate of a New
Brunswick high school. Selection is made on
the basis of scholastic attainment, professional
promise and financial need. awarding agency:
The University on the recommendation of the
Department of Geodesy and Geomatics
Engineering. donor: Family, friends and
professional colleagues of the late A.W.
McLaughlin and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
field: Unrestricted. value: $1,000. number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
students beginning their first undergraduate
degree program. Selections are made on the
basis of scholastic attainment. donor: Monnex
Insurance Brokers Limited.
Donald P. Mersereau Memorial
Scholarship
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need to a student beginning an undergraduate
degree program at UNB. donor: The family of
the late Mr. Donald P. Mersereau, a former
UNB employee.
Carolyn Crawford Nagle Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately $300.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a deserving student entering
university on the Saint John campus. Selection
is made on the basis of scholastic attainment
and financial need. donor: Friends of the late
Carolyn Nagle.
Nashwaak 1784-1984 Bicentennial
Association Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately $500.
number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a student from the Nashwaak
Valley region entering either the Fredericton or
the Saint John campus of UNB. Selections are
made on the basis of scholastic attainment.
The scholarship is in memory of the first
settlers of the Nashwaak Valley. donor: 17841984 Nashwaak Bicentennial Association.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
National Bank/National Bank
Financial Entrance Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: $5000 number: 3
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded to
students who have graduated from a high
school in the Atlantic Provinces, and are
beginning an undergraduate degree program.
Selections are made on the basis of scholastic
attainment, with consideration given to
participation in extracurricular activities. At
least one recipient from each campus must be
represented. donor: National Bank/National
Bank Financial.
New Brunswick Provincial Oratorical
Contest Award
field: Unrestricted. value: $500. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to the
New Brunswick High School student achieving
1st place in the Senior Division of the New
Brunswick Provincial Oratorical Contest, who
enrolls in a degree program at the University of
New Brunswick the following fall. Selection will
be made by the New Brunswick Oratorical
Organizing Committee. donor: UNB Associated
Alumni.
New Brunswick Provincial Science
Fair Merit Award
field: Unrestricted. value: $500. number: 1
(awarded each year) duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded to an outstanding Grade
XII participant in the N.B. Provincial Science
Fair who registers in a degree program at UNB
the following fall. Selection made by the Dean
of Science, based on recommendations by the
N.B. Provincial Science Fair Committee. donor:
UNB Associated Alumni.
Philip W. Oland Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $2,500. number: 2
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
students from the greater Saint John area
entering first year UNB Saint John on the basis
of academic performance and financial need,
with consideration given to participation in
extra-curricular activities. donor: The Saint
John Foundation.
Ottis Logue/ADI Scholarship
field: Civil Engineerng. value: $2,500 number:
1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student from the Atlantic Provinces who is
beginning the Bachelor of Science in
Engineering (Civil Engineering) degree
program. Selection will be based on scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: ADI
Group Inc.
Charlotte Frances Otty Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $340. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
young woman having the highest standing on
entering the University from the County of
Queens. Should there be no candidate in any
given year, the interest shall accumulate from
year to year until the next Queens County
woman enters the University. donor: The late
Marianne Grey Otty.
Norval Hallett Otty Scholarship
field: Civil Engineering or Forestry. value: $400.
number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a young man having highest
standing on entering UNB from the County of
Kings. Should there be no candidate in any
given year, the interest shall accumulate from
year to year until the next Kings County man
enters the University. donor: The late Marianne
Grey Otty.
William and Lois Paine Founder's
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: $1500 number:
Variable duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded
on the basis of academic achievement to
students entering a degree program at UNB.
donor: The University.
Fletcher Peacock Memorial
Scholarship
field: Preference to those enrolling or enrolled
in Business Administration, Engineering or
Forestry. value: Approximately $650. number:
1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Tenable at
UNBSJ. Awarded on the basis of financial need
to students whose record shows they may
benefit from a university education. Open to
any New Brunswick student. donor: Dr. G.
Forbes Elliot, Former Vice-President, UNBSJ.
Hazel Birdena Pendleton Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of scholastic attainment to a student from
eastern Charlotte County (preference to
residents or children of residents of Deer
Island) who has graduated from one of the
following high schools in this order of
preference: Fundy High, Campbello Island
Consolidated School, or Grand Manan High
School. donor: Family of the late Hazel Birdena
Pendleton.
Pepsi-Cola UNB Fredericton
Entrance Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $2,500. number: 6
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of academic performance to graduates of
New Brunswick high schools beginning studies
in an undergraduate degree program at UNB
Fredericton. donor: Pepsi-Cola Canada Ltd.
Pepsi-Cola UNB Saint John Entrance
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $2,500 number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of academic performance to graduates of
New Brunswick high schools beginning studies
in an undergraduate degree program at UNB
Saint John. donor: Pepsi-Cola Canada Ltd.
W.A. Perkins Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $2,100 ($525 per
annum). number: 1 duration: 4 years.
conditions: Male high school graduate who is a
resident of the City of Fredericton or the County
of York. One scholarship awarded every 4
years. donor: The late William A. Perkins.
Phillips Hager & North Investment
Management Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $2,500. number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of academic performance to students
beginning studies in an undergraduate degree
program at UNB in Fredericton. donor: Phillips
Hager & North Investment Management
Limited
Margaret Wallace Porter Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
One. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
deserving student beginning an undergraduate
degree program. Selection is made mainly on
the basis of scholastic attainment. donor: The
late Margaret Wallace Porter.
President's Scholarship
field: unrestricted value: $5,000 for 4 years
number: variable duration: 4 years conditions:
Open to all students beginning an
undergraduate degree program at UNB.
Selections will be based on scholastic
attainment. donor: The University.
Residence Leadership Awards
field: Unrestricted. value: $1500 discount on
Residence Fees. number: 5. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded to students with a
minimum average of 85% who are entering the
first year of an undergraduate degree program
on the Fredericton campus, and have proven
leadership in extracurricular activities or nonacademic activities. Recipients must live in the
UNB Residence community. awarding agency:
The University in consultation with the
Associate Director, Residential Life. donor: The
University.
Hon C.D. Richards Scholarship
field: Forestry or Forest Engineering. value:
$1,000. number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a needy and deserving student
beginning a program leading either to the
degree of Bachelor of Science in Forestry or
the degree of Bachelor of Science in Forest
Engineering. donor: The late Hon. C.D.
Richards.
Bernardo & Giovanna Rocca Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
on the basis of financial need to a student
entering first year of a degree program on the
Saint John campus. The recipient must have
demonstrated successful academic
performance. donor: Mr. Bernardo Rocca.
Ivan F. Ronalds Engineering
Scholarship
field: Engineering. value: Minimum $535.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: To be
awarded annually to a graduate of Bathurst
High School who is beginning an engineering
undergraduate degree program. Selection is
made on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need. Consideration will be given to
participation in extracurricular activities. donor:
Mr. Ivan F. Ronalds in memory of his mother.
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Etta L. Ross Memorial Scholarship
Steeves Albert County Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately
$2,200. number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions:
field: Arts. value: $2,000 per annum. number: 1
duration: 4 years. conditions: Male student from
Awarded on the basis of financial need to a
student who has demonstrated successful
academic performance, with preference given
to a student from Kings County. donor: Dr.
James F. Ross.
the County of Albert taking the BA course at the
University, who received high academic
standing. One scholarship awarded every 4
years. donor: The late Dr. Charles Peck
Steeves.
Florence Ross Memorial Award
Gerald Thompson Sutherland
Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Approx. $150
number: 1. duration: Up to 4 years. conditions:
An award of approximately $150 per year, and
renewable for up to three years, to be made on
the recommendation of Vice-President (Saint
John) to a student of the black race, entering a
degree program on the Saint John campus,
with the highest admission average from Saint
John County. Renewal of the award is
contingent upon the student continuing at UNB
Saint John. awarding agency: The University,
on the recommendation of the Vice-President
(Saint John). donor: The late Florence Ross.
Michael Shanks Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately $500.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a student who has graduated from
a New Brunswick high school and is beginning
an undergraduate degree program on the
Fredericton campus. Selection is made on the
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need. donor: Colleagues and friends of the late
Michael Shanks, former Associate Registrar,
UNB Fredericton and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
Sharpe Family Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: $10,000 per annum
number: 1 duration: 4-5 yrs (degree program)
conditions: Awarded on the basis of scholastic
attainment to a student entering a degree
program at UNB. Consideration will be given to
the students involvement in extracurricular
activities and to financial need. The scholarship
will be awarded every 4 to 5 years. donor:
Dawn Sharpe (CE'64) and Susan Sharpe of
Calgary, Alberta.
Nina Fairchild Simon Memorial
Scholarship
field: Preference may be given to students
entering Science. value: Variable. number:
Variable duration: Up to 4 years. conditions:
Selections are made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. The Scholarship
is restricted to students attending UNB Saint
John. donor: The late William John Simon.
Gertrude Winnifred Smith
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $6,000 ($1,500 per
annum). number: 1 duration: 4 years.
conditions: A woman from Charlotte County of
good moral character, who is unable to pay her
own expenses. One scholarship awarded every
4 years. donor: The late Gertrude Winnifred
Smith.
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field: Unrestricted. value: $2,000. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of financial need to a student on the
Fredericton campus who is a graduate of a high
school in central New Brunswick, and has
demonstrated successful academic
performance. donor: Mr. Gerald Thompson
Sutherland and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
Mary Anne Thomas Scholarship in
Nursing
field: Nursing. value: Variable. number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
Fredericton campus student who has
graduated from a New Brunswick high school
and is beginning a Nursing degree program at
UNB. Selection is based on scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: The
estate of the late Dr. Ivan H. Crowell and Mrs.
Mildred A. Crowell and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
Brock A. Turner Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student who is a graduate of Sussex High
School and is beginning an undergraduate
degree program at UNB. donor: Mrs. Brock A.
Turner.
UNB Leadership Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $1,000. number: 5
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to students
University of New Brunswick Saint
John Primrose Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: $5,000 or greater
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded annually to a first year student on the
Saint John campus. Selection is based on
academic achievement, and community/
athletic leadership. Also, applicants are
required to write a 500 word essay on a topic of
their choice. apply: The Registrar, UNBSJ.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Vice-President (Saint
John). donor: Proceeds from the May 4th, 1999
University of New Brunswick Scholarship
dinner.
Allen Barry Van Stone Memorial
Bursary
field: Business Administration. value: $500.
number: 1. duration: 4 years. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of financial need to a
Fredericton campus student who is beginning
the Bachelor of Business Administration
degree program and is a graduate of a New
Brunswick high school. One scholarship will be
awarded every 4 years. donor: Bruce Van
Stone and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
Marilyn Van Stone Memorial Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: $2500. number: 1.
duration: 4 years. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of financial need to a Fredericton campus
student who is beginning a degree program
and is a graduate of a New Brunswick high
school. Preference will be given to a student
who has lost a parent to cancer within the past
five years. One scholarship will be awarded
every 4 years. donor: Marilyn Van Stone
Cancer Care Foundation and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
Mary Eileen Washburn Memorial
Scholarship
field: Science. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
beginning a degree program directly from high
school who have demonstrated successful
academic achievement. Candidates must have
played a leadership role in extracurricular
activities such as community service, student
government, athletics or the visual or
performing arts. donor: The University of New
Brunswick.
student beginning a Bachelor of Science
degree program on the Fredericton campus,
who is a graduate of a Fredericton high school.
Selection is made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: Family
and friends of the late Mary Eileen Washburn,
B.Sc., UNB 1989 and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
University Faculty & Staff Entrance
Scholarship
Mark Way Memorial Scholarship in
Forestry & Environmental
Management
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Multiple duration: 1 year. conditions: Students
beginning an undergraduate degree program.
Selections are made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor:
Contributors to the University Faculty/Staff
Fund.
field: Forestry and Environmental
Management. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 5 years. conditions: Awarded every
five years, on the basis of scholastic attainment
and financial need, to a student on the
Fredericton campus in the faculty of Forestry
and Environmental Management . donor: The
late Mark Way, BA, UNB 1972.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL & CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Irene Weaver Memorial Entrance
Scholarship
field: Nursing value: $500 number: 1 duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded to a deserving
student entering the Nursing Program on the
Saint John campus. Selection is made on the
basis of financial need and scholastic
attainment. donor: The late Irene Weaver.
Andrew H. Williams Insurance
Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: $2,000. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of financial need to a graduate of Leo
Hayes High School who is entering a degree
program on the UNB Fredericton campus. The
candidate must demonstrate successful
academic performance. Consideration will be
given to the candidate's involvement in
athletics as well as within the community.
donor: Andrew H. Williams State Farm
Insurance and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
L. A. Wilmot Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $375. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Male student of
exceptional moral character and of good
mental ability. His circumstances must be such
as to render pecuniary aid necessary towards
obtaining a university education. The
scholarship has been assigned in competition
among pupils in Saint John. donor: The late
Mrs. L.A. Wilmot.
Beatrice Small Wilson Bursary
field: Any course at UNBSJ. value: $1,000.
number: 4 duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to students who show academic
promise and need financial assistance, from
Saint John, Albert, Kings, or Charlotte
Counties, and who do not hold any other major
bursaries or scholarships. donor: The Charles
Wilson Charitable Foundation Inc.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO
HIGH SCHOOL AND
CONTINUING UNB
STUDENTS
A number of scholarships are open to both high
school and continuing UNB students. The
scholarship application completed by the high
school student or continuing UNB student
covers these scholarships as well. See the
section on Scholarships Open to High School
Students, or Scholarships Open to Continuing
UNB Students for more information on how to
apply.
William & Edward Akerley Memorial
Scholarship
field: Civil Engineering. value: Variable.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded primarily on the basis of scholastic
attainment to Fredericton campus Civil
Engineering students. donor: Mrs. B.E. Akerley
and family, in memory of her late husband,
William (BScCE'32), and his late brother,
Edward (BScCE'23)
Anonymous Donor Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $275. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: A needy and
deserving student of UNB. donor: Anonymous.
Aquila Tours Scholarship
Fannie Chandler Bell Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Up to $2,500.
number: Variable duration: Up to 2 years.
conditions: Students who show academic
promise and need financial assistance. donor:
The late Fannie Chandler Bell.
Bermuda Alumni Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: Variable number:
Variable duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded
on the basis of scholastic attainment to
students from Bermuda enrolled in a degree
program at UNB. donor: Berm uda Alumni.
Boyer Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $850. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
students who are residents of Carleton County,
New Brunswick, and who are children of
veterans of active service in either First or
Second World Wars. donor: The late Miss
Bertha Boyer.
Dr. G. F. Gregory Bridges
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Minimum $500.
number: Variable duration: 1 year. conditions:
Selections are made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: The late
Dr. G.F. Gregory Bridges.
N. Myles Brown Natural Science
Scholarship
field: BAMHT value: $500 number: 2 duration:
1 year conditions: One scholarship will be
awarded to a student who has completed a
two-year diploma at an articulated Community
College and is entering the BAMHT degree
program at UNB Saint John. The other
scholarship will be awarded to a high school
student starting the BAMHT program at UNB
Saint John. Selection will be made by on the
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need. awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of Director, BAMHT. donor:
Aquila Tours, Inc.
an undergraduate degree program at UNB or
have completed the normal requirements for
the first year of the program in which they are
registered. Applicants must intend to pursue
their studies in any field of science/applied
science concerned with ecology. Selections are
made on the basis of scholastic and other
attainments and financial need. donor: The
Woodstock Museum Inc.
David and Marion Bassett
Scholarship
Buckingham Family Leadership
Award
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately
$5,000. number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a student who is a resident of the
Bahamas. Selection will be based on scholastic
attainment. Transfer students may also be
considered. donor: David and Marion Bassett.
field: Unrestricted value: $1,500 number: 2
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded to
John F. Bassett Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Minimum $2,000.
number: Two per year. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Open to graduates of any high
school in Ontario. Awarded primarily for
scholastic attainment, but extracurricular
activities, sports achievement and need may
also be taken into account. donor: Dr. Fredrik
S. Eaton.
field: Any field of science/applied science
concerned with ecology. value: Variable.
number: 1. duration: Awarded for 1 year
conditions: Students who are either beginning
Fredericton campus students who have
demonstrated successful academic
achievement (2.5 assessment year GPA for
returning students, and an 80% scholarship
average for entering students), special athletic
ability in the sport of men's varsity hockey, and
leadership abilities in the community. One
award will be presented to a defenceman and
one to a forward. This award is open to transfer
students. awarding agency: The University on
the recommendation of the Faculty of
Kinesiology/Director of Athletics. donor: The
Buckingham Family.
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL & CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Business Administration 25th
Anniversary Scholarship
Ernest deWitt Chipman Memorial
Scholarship
Florence Julia Colpitts Memorial
Scholarship
field: Business Administration. value: Variable.
number: Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions:
field: Bach. of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to students who are graduates of a rural New
Brunswick high school located outside any of
New Brunswick's incorporated cities.
Selections are made on the basis of financial
need and satisfactory academic performance.
donor: The estate of Philip Colpitts and the
New Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
Awarded on the basis of scholastic attainment
and financial need to Fredericton campus
students in the BBA program. donor:
Contributions by graduates, faculty, staff,
business firms and individuals in recognition of
the 25th anniversary of the first BBA graduates
from UNB.
Gerald A. Campbell Memorial
Scholarship
field: Science, Engineering, Forestry, and
Forest Engineering. value: Variable number:
Variable duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to students at UNB on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. Preference may
be given to graduates of New Brunswick high
schools. donor: The late Gerald A. Campbell
and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
Marmie Campbell Memorial Bursary
field: BAMHT value: $500 number: 1 duration:
1 year conditions: Open to students who are
entering the BAMHT degree program at UNB
Sant John directly from high school as well as
those students who have completed a two-year
diploma at an articulated Community College
and are entering the BAMHT degree program
at UNB Saint John. Selection is based on
volunteerism and community involvement
related to tourism. The candidate must
demonstrate successful academic
performance. awarding agency: The University,
on the recommendation of the Director of the
BAMHT Program. donor: Hospitality Saint
John.
Vivian and David Campbell Family
Foundation Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to students on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: The
Vivian and David Campbell Family Foundation
Carlton C. Covey Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Multiple. duration: Up to 4 years. conditions:
Open to Fredericton campus students who
have graduated from a New Brunswick high
school. Selection will be based on scholastic
achievement and financial need. donor: The
estate of Lillian E. Covey and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
Maggie Jean Chestnut Scholarship
field: Arts or Science. value: Variable. duration:
Up to 4 years. conditions: Women students
registered in either the Faculty of Arts or the
Faculty of Science. Students in Home
Economics or similar courses are not eligible.
Preference will be given to students in
residence at the Maggie Jean Chestnut House.
Scholarship is also open to Fredericton women
living at home. Selection will be made on the
basis of good academic standing with
consideration being given to financial need.
donor: The late Mrs. Annie T. Chestnut.
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Leadership or Bach. of Arts (International
Development) value: Approximately $700.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a student who is a graduate of a
New Brunswick High School and is enrolled in
the Bachelor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary
Leadership or majoring in International
Development Studies in the Bachelor of Arts on
the Fredericton campus or International
Studies on the Saint John campus. Selection
will be based on academic attainment and
financial need. Preference will be given to a
student involved in extra-curricular activities.
donor: A.M. Chipman, his father; Peter and
Patricia Chipman, his brother and wife; family &
friends and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
Enid Hager Clarke Memorial Bursary
- UNB Fredericton
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately $500.
number: Multiple. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of financial need to
students on the Fredericton campus who have
graduated from a high school in Saint John
County or Kings County, New Brunswick, and
have achieved successful academic
performance. donor: The late Enid Hager
Clarke.
Enid Hager Clarke Memorial Bursary
- UNB Saint John
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately $500.
number: Multiple duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of financial need to
students on the Saint John campus who have
graduated from a high school in Saint John
County or Kings County, New Brunswick and
have achieved successful academic
performance. donor: The late Enid Hager
Clarke and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
Class of 1936 Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $500. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Selections are
made on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need. donor: The Class of 1936.
Robert Maynard Coburn Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately
$1,500. number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a student entering an
undergraduate degree program on the
Fredericton campus, who is a graduate of a
high school located in the province of New
Brunswick, and is a resident of Queens or
Sunbury County. Selection is made on the
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need. donor: Allan Greene and his wife, the late
Helen Greene, in loving memory of Helen's
brother, Bobby.
Howard Copp Memorial Bursary
field: Forestry, Nursing or Education. value:
Variable. number: 1. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded on the basis of financial
need to a Fredericton campus student who is
enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Forestry,
Bachelor of Nursing or Bachelor of Education
(Concurrent or Consecutive) degree program
and has demonstrated successful academic
performance. Preference will be given first to
graduates of North and South Esk Regional
High School, then to graduates of Miramichi
Valley High School. donor: The late Lillian
Copp, in memory of her father, Howard Copp.
Dr. John Z. & Helen M. Currie
Memorial Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $300. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Student with high
scholastic standing who needs financial help.
donor: The late John Bayard Currie.
Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital
Auxiliary Scholarship for Mature
Nursing Students
field: Nursing value: Variable number: Variable
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded to
entering or continuing mature students who are
graduates of a high school in Health Region 3
(New Brunswick) enrolled in either the Basic or
Post RN Nursing Program. awarding agency:
The University, on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Nursing. donor: Dr. Everett Chalmers
Hospital Auxiliary and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
John A. H. Duffie Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded primarily
on the basis of scholastic attainment. donor:
The late John A.H. Duffie.
Kenneth Joseph Dunn / Allan
McInerney Memorial Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $300. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need. donor: Friends of the late Kenneth
Joseph Dunn and Allan McInerney .
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL & CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Malcolm Early Award
field: Unrestricted value: Variable number: 1
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded to a male
student on the Fredericton campus who has
demonstrated high academic achievement (3.0
assessment year GPA for returning students,
and 80% average for entering students),
special athletic ability in the sport of men's
varsity volleyball as well as leadership abilities
in his surrounding community. This award is
open to transfer students. awarding agency:
The University, on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Kinesiology in consultation with the
Director of Athletics. donor: UNB Volleyball
Alumni.
George Cedric Ferguson Memorial
Engineering Bursary
field: Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical
Engineering value: Variable. number: Minimum
1. duration: Up to 5 years. conditions: Awarded
on the basis of financial need with
consideration given to scholastic attainment to
students entering the Chemical, Civil, Electrical
or Mechanical Engineering degree program.
Preference is given to students from the
Tracadie-Sheila area. donor: The late George
Cedric Ferguson.
Karl Land Fiddes BA 1962 Memorial
Scholarship in Arts
field: Arts. value: Variable. number: Variable.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need to students in the undergraduate
Bachelor of Arts degree program. donor: The
late Karl Land Fiddes
Karl Land Fiddes BA. 1962 Memorial
Scholarship in Science
field: Science. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need to students in the undergraduate
Bachelor of Science degree program. donor:
The late Karl Land Fiddes.
Forestry Staff & Alumni Scholarship
field: Forestry and Forest Engineering. value:
Variable. number: Variable. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded primarily on the basis of
scholastic attainment to Fredericton campus
Forestry or Forest Engineering students. donor:
UNB Forestry and Forest Engineering staff and
UNB alumni members.
Sir George E. Foster Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Multiple duration: Up to 4 years. conditions:
Men and women who show scholastic promise
and who need financial assistance to attend
university. Open to students from all parts of
Canada.
Friends of the Varsity Reds
field: Unrestricted value: Not to exceed tuition
and compulsory fees number: Variable
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
Fredericton campus undergraduate or
graduate students who have demonstrated
talent in the field of varsity athletics. Recipients
must have achieved a 2.5 grade point average
for continuing students or an 80% average for
high school students. This award is open to
transfer students as well as students who are
enrolled in a minimum of 9 credit hours, as
required by the CIS. awarding agency: The
University on the recommendation of the
Director of Athletics. donor: Alumni and friends
of the Varsity Reds.
Gale Memorial Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately
$1,600. number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a student on the Saint John
campus of UNB. Financial need is an important
consideration in the awarding of the
scholarship, as is successful academic
performance. donor: The late Miss Catherine B.
Gale, in memory of Harry Garfield Gale and
Alberta Ballentine Gale.
Ganong Bros. Ltd. Scholarship
field: Business Administration. value: Variable.
number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
graduates of a New Brunswick high school.
Selections are made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: Ganong
Bros. Limited.
Dr. Eric Garland Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: Variable number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student on the Fredericton campus who is
registered in an undergraduate degree
program. Selection is made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need with
consideration given to students who have
shown leadership qualities and community
skills. donor: Family and friends of the late Dr.
Eric C. Garland
Susanna Gerow Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately $600.
number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions: A
deserving student from the Counties of Queens
or York, in New Brunswick who is in need of
financial assistance. donor: The late Areta B.
and Lenora M. Gerow.
William Godfrey Scholarship
field: Engineering. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student who has graduated from a New
Brunswick High School and is enrolled in the
Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree
program. Selection will be made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need.
donor: William Godfrey and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
Greenblatt Shore Memorial Bursary
Greenblatt Shore Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to undergraduate students primarily on the
basis of scholastic attainment. donor: The late
Ilsa Janice Shore, the first woman Chair of
UNB's Board of Governors, and her friends and
family.
J. Fraser Gregory Scholarship
field: Preference to Science and Engineering.
value: Variable. number: Variable duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded primarily on the
basis of academic performance to students on
the Saint John campus. donor: The late H.
Olivia Spurling.
Thomas J. Hammett Memorial Award
field: Business Administration. value: Variable.
number: 2 duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded
each year to one full-time student in the
Business Administration degree program at
UNBF, and one in Business Administration at
UNBSJ. Recipients should have graduated
from a high school in the Atlantic Provinces,
have a minimum scholarship admission
average of 85% or a minimum Assessment
GPA of 3.7, have financial need, and proven
athletic ability and current athletic interests.
One scholarship is awarded at the entrance
level and one at the undergraduate level.
donor: The Estate of Mr. Thomas J. Hammett.
Fred, Elsie, Brian & Robert Hanson
Family Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: Variable number:
Variable duration: up to 4 yrs conditions:
Awarded on the basis of scholastic attainment
to students from China enrolled in a degree
program at UNB. donor: The Estate of G.
Robert Hanson.
Norris Hayward Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
students who are graduates of a Carleton
County high school, with preference given to
children or descendants of Carleton County
war veterans. donor: The late Judge Marvin
Hayward.
Steadman Bucknell Henderson
Memorial Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to undergraduate students primarily on the
basis of scholastic attainment. donor: The late
Kathleen Rachel Henderson in memory of her
son, Steadman Bucknell Henderson.
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
on the basis of financial need to students who
have demonstrated successful academic
performance. donor: The late Ilsa Janice
Shore, the first woman Chair of UNB's Board of
Governors, and her friends and family.
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL & CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Tom & Parker Hickey Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: Variable. conditions: Male
student entering the University subject to the
following conditions: (1) Born in Restigouche,
Gloucester, Northumberland, or Kent Counties;
(2) One branch of the candidate's family must
have been settled in one of these counties prior
to 1873; (3) Some of the forebears of the
candidate must have earned part of their living
by working in the forests, sawmills, or pulp mills
in those counties between the years 1878 and
1900. Male descendants of clergymen and
doctors who settled in these counties prior to
1878 are also eligible; (4) Candidate may have
obtained his preparatory education elsewhere
than in these counties. donor: The late W.
Parker Hickey.
Harry Hindmarsh Memorial Bursary
field: Unrestricted value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a UNB
Fredericton campus student, on the basis of
financial need and satisfactory academic
performance. donor: The Class of 1965 in
memory of their late classmate, Harry
Hindmarsh.
Thomas E. Hoben Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $200. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Worthy student
requiring financial assistance who is either
beginning an undergraduate degree program
or has completed the normal requirements for
the first year of the program in which the
student is registered. donor: The late Dr. Allan
T. Hoben.
Alleyne Hubbard Memorial
Scholarship
field: Science, Engineering, Forestry,
Computer Science. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
students who have graduated from an NB high
school and have enrolled in the following
degree programs: Science, Engineering,
Forestry or Computer Science. Selection will
be based on academic achievement and
financial need. Preference will be given to
students involved in extracurricular activities
and athletics donor: Marion (Hubbard) Logie,
Lucy & Frederick Hubbard, in memory of their
brother, Alleyne (Al) Russell Hubbard (BScF
'37), Lieutenant, killed in action during World
War II at Nymegen, Holland on November 20th
1944. He served with Unit No. 15, Canadian
Forestry Corps. The New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund also contributes to this
scholarship.
Catherine Leslie Ircha Bursary in
Nursing
field: Nursing. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of financial need to a Fredericton campus
student enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing
degree program. donor: Dr. Michael C. Ircha, in
memory of his mother.
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Edwin Jacob Special University
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Multiple. duration: Up to 4 years. conditions:
Awarded to students based on academic
achievement. Consideration may be given to
financial need and/or extracurricular activities.
Students transferring from other institutions
may be considered.
Dr. Willard Miles Jenkins Scholarship
field: Nursing and Science with preference to
pre-medicine value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a UNB
student from Queens, Kings or Sunbury
Counties, with preference given to a student
from Queens County. Selections are made on
the basis of scholastic attainment. donor: The
Jenkins' family, Women's Institute and friends
Welsford R. Jenkins Bursary for
Business Administration
field: Business Administration. value:
Approximately $1100. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded on the basis of
academic performance and financial need to a
student in the Business Administration degree
program on the Saint John campus. donor: Mr.
Welsford R. Jenkins.
Colby H. & Bessie J. Jones
Scholarship in Arts
field: Arts. value: Minimum $500. number:
Minimum 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open
to students in the Bachelor of Arts degree
program at UNB who are graduates of a high
school in Kings or Queens Counties, New
Brunswick. donor: The Late Mrs. Bessie J.
Jones.
Colby H. & Bessie J. Jones
Scholarship in Forestry
field: Forestry. value: Minimum $500. number:
Minimum 1 duration: 1 year. conditions: Open
to students in the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management at UNB who are
graduates of a high school in Kings or Queens
Counties, New Brunswick. donor: The Late
Mrs. Bessie J. Jones.
Karnes Scholarship in Business
Administration
field: Business Administration. value: Variable.
number: 1 or more duration: 1 year. conditions:
Open to graduates of a New Brunswick high
school. Selections are made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need.
donor: Karnes Kitchen Ltd. and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund
Khaki University & Y.M.C.A.
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $400. number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: One scholarship to
a member of the Freshman class and a
scholarship to a member of the Sophomore
class under the following conditions and in
order named: (1) Sons and daughters of those
who served in the Armed Forces during the war
of 1914-18. (2) Sons and daughters of those
who served in the Armed Forces during the
War of 1939-45. (3) Those who served in the
Armed Forces during the War of 1939-45.
Scholarships are awarded on consideration of
financial need and academic success.
M. J. Lloyd Memorial Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
on the basis of academic performance and
financial need to students in either the Basic or
Post RN Nursing program. donor: Mrs. Erie
Yvonne Bamford.
Richard B. Logie Memorial
Scholarship
field: Engineering. value: $2,500. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to a student
who is a graduate of a New Brunswick High
School who is either entering or has completed
at least the normal requirements for the first
year of Engineering at UNB, with preference
given to an entering student. Selection is made
on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need. donor: William & Marion Logie.
William MacIntosh Memorial
Scholarship
field: Preference to those enrolling or enrolled
in Mathematics or Natural Science. value:
Approximately $800. number: 1 duration: 1
year. conditions: Tenable at UNBSJ. Awarded
on the basis of financial need to students
whose record shows they may benefit from a
university education. Open to any New
Brunswick student. donor: Dr. G. Forbes Elliot,
Former Vice-President, UNBSJ and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
Gail MacKinnon Memorial Award
field: Unrestricted value: Variable number: 1
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded to a
female student on the Fredericton campus who
has demonstrated high academic acheivement
(3.0 assessment year GPA for returning
students, and 80% average for entering
students), special athletic ability in the sport of
women`s varsity volleyball as well as
leadership abilities in the surrounding
community. This award is open to transfer
students. awarding agency: The University, on
the recommendation of the Faculty of
Kinesiology in consultation with the Director of
Athletics donor: UNB Volleyball Alumni.
MacLauchlan McKenzie Scholarship
in Computer Science
field: Computer Science. value: $1,000.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a Fredericton campus student
enrolled in the Bachelor of Computer Science
degree program. Selection is made on the
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need. awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Computer
Science. donor: Julia MacLauchlan and Warren
McKenzie.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL & CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Ruth H. MacMillan Memorial
Scholarship
McIntyre-McMonagle Memorial
Scholarship
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need to students who are graduates of Upper
Miramichi Regional High School, and who are
beginning an undergraduate degree program at
UNB, or have completed at least the normal
requirements for the first year of the program in
which they are registered at the University.
donor: Mr. A. Clair MacMillan and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
to students on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. Consideration
may be given to students' participation in
extracurricular activities. donor: The family of
Annie (McIntyre) and Walter McMonagleJames Roach McMonagle, Maude (McMongle)
Jowsey, A. Ellizabeth McMonagle, S. Muriel
McMonagle, in memory of our brothers Hugh
McIntyre McMonagle & Walter Neil
McMonagle.
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
H. Harrison McCain Bursary
field: Unrestricted value: $5,000, $3,500,
$2,500, $2,500 number: variable duration: 1 to
4 years conditions: Awarded to students, who
have graduated from any high school in
Canada. Selection criteria include financial
need, scholastic attainment, leadership
qualities, and a demonstrated initiative on the
part of the student in funding his/her own
education. Recipients may also accept other
scholarships, bursaries and awards, but not to
exceed a total of $7,500 in year one and a total
of $6,700 in each of the following years of
study. The bursaries are renewed based on the
recipient maintaining an overall academic
average of 2.5 in year one, 2.75 in year two and
3.0 in year three and year four. apply: http://
www.unb.ca/scholarships/ donor: H. Harrison
McCain Foundation. deadline: March 1.
Laura B. McCain Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable number: 2
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
students from Carleton County. Selections are
made on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need. donor: The late Laura B.
McCain.
Donald G. McCrossan Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: $1000 number: 1
duration: 1 year conditions: Open to
Fredericton campus students who are
Canadian citizens (or landed immigrants).
Awarded on the basis of scholastic attainment
and financial need with consideration given to
participation in extracurricular activities. donor:
Donald G. McCrossan.
Martha Fraser McIntosh Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
primarily on the basis of scholastic attainment.
donor: The late Martha Fraser McIntosh.
Clarence McIntyre Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
on the basis of financial need to a UNB student
of the black race who is a graduate of a Saint
John area high school, has demonstrated
successful academic performance, and is
registered in an undergraduate degree
program. donor: Family and friends of the late
Clarence McIntyre.
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
Robert F. & Irene McMulkin
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to a student from Queens County. Selection is
made on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need. donor: Mr. and Mrs. Robert F.
McMulkin and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
Norman Brougham Miller Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: Variable number:
Variable duration: 1 year conditions: Open to
students who are graduates of a New
Brunswick high school. Selections are made on
the basis of scholastic attainment. donor: The
late Norman Brougham Miller BA, BEd '60.
Juan Montalvo Memorial Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately $850.
number: Minimum 1. duration: 1 year (may be
renewed). conditions: Awarded to
undergraduate students at the University of
New Brunswick from Latin America or Mexico.
Preference will be given to new immigrants of
Canada, or their children, who have Landed
Immigrant status, and are in need of financial
assistance. apply: Director, International
Student Advisor's Office awarding agency: The
University on the recommendation of the
International Student Advisor's Office. donor:
Family and friends of the late Juan Montalvo, a
man who cared deeply about the welfare of
newly arrived immigrants to Canada from Latin
America.
Mr. Sub Scholarship
field: Business Administration or Applied
Management. value: $500. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business
Administration degree program or a Bachelor of
Applied Management degree program.
Selection will be based on scholastic
achievement and community involvement.
donor: Mr. Sub.
Anne Murray Alumni Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately $600.
number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions:
Selections are made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor:
Associated Alumni.
NBTel Centennial Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 2
duration: 1 year. conditions: A scholarship will
be awarded to a student on the Fredericton
campus; the second scholarship will be
awarded to a student on the Saint John
campus. Open to students who are either
entering or have completed at least the normal
requirements for the first year of a degree
program at UNB. Selection is made on the
basis of scholastic attainment with
consideration given to financial need. donor:
The New Brunswick Telephone Company
Limited, to mark the Company's Centennial in
1988.
Don Nelson Leadership Award
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to a Fredericton campus student who has
demonstrated high academic achievement (3.0
assessment year GPA for returning students,
and 80% average for entering students),
special athletic ability in the sport of men's
varsity basketball, as well as leadership
abilities in his surrounding community. This
award is open to transfer students. awarding
agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Kinesiology
in consultation with the Director of Athletics and
the Men's Basketball Coach. donor: Men's
Basketball Alumni.
New Brunswick Society of Retired
Teachers Saint John Branch
Scholarship
field: Any course at UNBSJ. value:
Approximately $1,100. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Tenable at UNBSJ. Awarded
on the basis of academic ability and financial
need to a student of School District #20. donor:
New Brunswick Society of Retired Teachers,
Saint John Branch and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
NOVA Scholarships for Women and/
or Aboriginal Students in Business
field: Business Administration. value: Variable.
number: Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded with consideration of scholastic
attainment, to female students, as well as to
male or female aboriginal students in the
Business Administration degree program.
donor: NOVA Corporation Charitable
Foundation
Dr. W. Blair Orser Scholarship in
Science
field: Science. value: Based on funds available and
may vary in amounts from $100 to full annual tuition.
number: Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to students entering Science at UNB who
are graduates of Bathurst High School, École
Secondaire Nepisiguit, Hartland High School or
Carleton North High School and intend to follow a premedical program of studies. Priority is given to
students entering 1st year Science at UNB with
renewals being subject to available funds. awarding
agency: The University on the recommendation of the
Dean of Science - UNBF, in consultation with the
Dean of Science, Applied Science & Engineering UNBSJ, as appropriate. donor: Dr. W. Blair Orser.
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL & CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Mr. & Mrs. Conrad J. Osman
Scholarship
field: Any course with preference to Forestry
and Agriculture value: Variable. number:
Multiple duration: 1-5 years. conditions:
Scholarships will be awarded at the discretion
of the governing body of the University, but
worthy students residing in the County of
Albert, in the Province of New Brunswick,
applying for entrance to the University, and
particularly those who propose to pursue an
agricultural or forestry course, shall be shown
preference when the scholarships are
awarded. donor: The late Mrs. Gladys Marie
Osman.
Alister R. Peach Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted but preference to Geology.
value: $500 number: 1. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded to a student on the
Fredericton campus from Cape Breton, Nova
Scotia, with preference to a student in the
Department of Geology. Selection is made on
the basis of academic standing and strength of
character. donor: Family and friends of the late
Allister R. Peach.
Pepsi Athletic Award
field: Unrestricted value: Not to exceed tuition &
compulsory fees number: Variable duration: 1
year conditions: Awarded to Fredericton
campus undergraduate or graduate students
who have demonstrated talent in the field of
varsity athletics. Recipients must have
achieved a 2.5 grade point average for
continuing students or an 80% average for high
school students. This award is open to transfer
students who are enrolled in a minimum of 9
credit hours, as required by the CIS. awarding
agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Director of Athletics.
donor: Pepsi Canada Inc.
Emma Porter Perkins Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $1,350. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of academic performance to a Protestant
student, preferably from Carleton County.
donor: The late Perry B. Perkins.
Frances M. Peters Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $185. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Woman student
James E. Porter Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: Up to 4 years conditions:
Awarded to graduates of Southern Victoria
High School and Tobique Valley High School.
Selections are made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. Preference will
be given to students enrolled in an
undergraduate degree program. Graduate
students as well as students enrolled in a nodegree program may be considered. donor:
The late Mr. James E. Porter and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
Purdy MacDonald Scholarships &
Bursaries
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to students who are graduates of a rural New
Brunswick high school located outside any of
New Brunswick's incorporated cities.
Selections are made on the basis of financial
need and satisfactory academic performance.
donor: The late Mrs. Nellie Purdy.
Red Carpet Food Services Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately $550.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of financial need to a
Fredericton campus student who has
demonstrated successful academic
performance. donor: Red Carpet Food
Services.
Renaissance College Scholarship
field: Bphil value: variable number: variable
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
entering or continuing students who are
enrolled in the Bachelor of Philosophy (in
Interdisciplinary Leadership Studies) degree
program offered by UNB's Renaissance
College. Selections are made on the basis of
scholastic attainment, educational and career
goals, volunteer activities, prior learning
experience, diversity of background and skills
(such as but not limited to artistic, musical,
athletic, cultural, linguistic), and leadership
experiences. Students transferring from other
institutions may be considered. awarding
agency: The University on the recommendation
of the Dean of Renaissance College. donor:
Renaissance College.
Rolf Riegger Bursary
attending the University who is in need of
financial assistance. donor: The late Frances
M. Peters.
field: Computer Science, Engineering and Data
Analysis. value: $1,000. number: 3. duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded to students who are
H.G. & M.L. Pond Scholarship
Canadian citizens entering first or second year
of a Computer Science, Data Analysis, or
Engineering degree program on the Saint John
campus of UNB. Selections are made primarily
on the basis of financial need. Entering
students must have a minimum scholarship
admission average of 70%, and continuing
students must have a minimum assessment
year GPA of 2.7. donor: Sachiko and Rolf
Riegger.
field: Forestry/Forest Engineering and Nursing.
value: Variable. number: Variable. duration: 1
year. conditions: Open to students in the
program leading to the degree of Bachelor of
Science in Forestry/Forest Engineering or
Nursing. Selections are made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need.
Consideration will be given to participation in
extracurricular activities. All qualified applicants
will be considered including those from the
three Prairie provinces. donor: Mr. & Mrs. H.G.
Pond.
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Robert (Bob) Spurway Memorial
Scholarship - Class of 53
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Selections are
made on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need. donor: The Class of 1953.
Francis Hugh Scovil Scholarship in
Nursing
field: Nursing. value: Variable. number:
Variable duration: 1 year (may be renewed)
conditions: Awarded primarily on the basis of
academic performance to students in either the
Basic or Post-RN Nursing program. donor: The
late Francis Hugh Scovil.
Alvin Shaw Memorial Scholarship in
Theatre
field: Arts. value: $2,000. number: 1. duration:
Up to 4 years. conditions: Awarded to a
Fredericton campus student who will enrol in a
Fine Arts Minor in Theatre or a Major in English
(drama) under the Bachelor of Arts degree
program. The recipient must enrol in English
2170: Drama Production during their first year
at UNB. Theatre experience, grades and
awards earned for work in drama will be the
primary consideration in the selection of the
recipient. The renewal of the scholarship is
contingent on satisfactory academic
performance and progress through the
program. awarding agency: The University, on
the recommendation of the Director of Drama.
donor: Alvin Shaw.
Simms Scholarship
field: Business Administration. value: Variable.
number: Variable duration: 1 year. conditions:
Open to graduates of a New Brunswick high
school. Selections are made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need.
donor: T.S. Simms & Company Ltd.
Hazen M. & Margaret A. Smith
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: Up to 4 years. conditions:
Open to students who have graduated from a
Charlotte County high school. Selections are
made primarily on the basis of academic
performance and financial need. donor:
Margaret A. Smith and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
Dr. Malcolm M. Somerville Bursaries
in Business
field: Business. value: $500. number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of financial need to students, one male,
one female, in the Faculty of Business on the
Saint John campus from the greater Saint John
area who have demonstrated successful
academic performance. donor: The family of
Malcolm M. Somerville, D.Litt.'96 and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO HIGH SCHOOL & CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
James Somerville Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Multiple. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to Fredericton campus students based on
academic achievement. Consideration may be
given to financial need and/or extracurricular
activities. Students transferring from other
institutions may be considered. This
scholarship was named in honour of President
Somerville who presided over the College of
New Brunswick, 1800-1829. donor: The
University.
Sony Science Scholarship
field: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering
or Computer Engineering. value: $1,500.
number: 2. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a student who is a graduate of a
New Brunswick high school and is enrolled in
the Bachelor of Computer Science, Bachelor of
Science in Computer Science, Bachelor of
Science in Engineering (Electrical) or Bachelor
of Science in Engineering (Computer
Engineering) programs. Selection will be based
on academic achievement. donor: Sony of
Canada Science Scholarship Foundation Inc.
Jean R. Stewart Memorial
Scholarship
field: Physical Sciences or Engineering. value:
Variable. number: Variable. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded to female students
studying one of the physical sciences or
engineering at the University of New
Brunswick. The student should have graduated
in the top quarter of the high school graduation
class and have a demonstrated need for
financial assistance. donor: The late Jean R.
Stewart.
Dr. Jed B. Sutherland Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $2,500 per annum.
number: Variable duration: 1 to 4 years
conditions: Awarded to students who are
graduates of a Carleton County high school.
Selection is made on the basis of scholastic
attainment, financial need and extracurricular
activities. donor: The Family of Dr. Jed B.
Sutherland, BA '39.
Colonel Henry Thomas Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need to a student on the Saint John
campus. donor: The late Fred S. Thomas,
Class of 1906.
Laura Tilley Memorial Bursary
field: Education and Nursing. value: $400.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: A
resident of York County and a graduate of a
York County high school who is registered in a
program at UNB leading to the degree of
Bachelor of Education or Bachelor of Nursing.
donor: Sir Leonard Tilley Chapter, I.O.D.E. and
the New Brunswick University Opportunities
Fund.
Clarence and Dorothy Tingley
Leadership Award
UNB Engineering Alumni Scholarship
for NB Students
field: Unrestricted. value: $1,000. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
field: Engineering. value: Up to Tuition.
number: Up to 10. duration: Up to 4 years.
conditions: Awarded to students in the
student on the Fredericton campus who has
demonstrated high academic achievement (3.0
assessment year GPA for returning students,
and 80% average for entering students),
special athletic ability in men's or women's
varsity basketball, as well as leadership
abilities in the surrounding community.
Preference is given to a student athlete who
would be eligible to become an Academic AllCanadian. This award is open to transfer
students. awarding agency: The University, on
the recommendation of the Faculty of
Kinesiology in consultation with the Director of
Athletics. donor: The Tingley Family.
Toronto Alumni Chapter Fredrik S.
Eaton Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Approx. $2600.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a student from the Toronto area.
Selection is based on academic achievement
and involvement in extra-curricular activities.
donor: Toronto Chapter, UNB Associated
Alumni.
Stanley Frank Trzop Sr. & Jr.
Memorial Scholarship
field: Geology, Geological Engineering,
Engineering, or Business. value: Variable - up
to $3,000.00 /year. number: 1 or more.
duration: For recipients in Geology or
Geological Engineering a maximum of three
years; for recipients in other degree programs,
one year. The one year scholarship will be an
entrance scholarship. conditions: Awarded to a
student who is a graduate of Minto Memorial
High School and entering a Geology or
Geological Engineering degree program at
UNB. It will be awarded based on the student's
scholastic achievement; athletic ability and
leadership in the school and community will
also be considered. Should a qualified
candidate not exist in Geology or Geological
Engineering, consideration will then be given to
a student in any other Engineering degree
program, and failing that, consideration will be
given to students entering a business program.
donor: Stanley Frank Trzop Jr. in memory of his
father Stanly Frank Trzop Sr., and Charles Day,
the first Principal of Minto Memorial School.
UNB Engineering Alumni Scholarship
field: Engineering. value: $5,000. number: Up
to 10. duration: Up to 4 years. conditions:
Awarded to students in the Bachelor of Science
in Engineering degree program. Selection will
be based on scholastic attainment. This
scholarship may be open to transfer students.
awarding agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering.
donor: UNB Engineering Advisory Board.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree
program who are New Brunswick residents, as
per the definition of NB Student Financial
Services. Selection will be based on scholastic
attainment and financial need. This scholarship
may be open to transfer students. awarding
agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Engineering.
donor: UNB Engineering Advisory Board and
the New Brunswick University Opportunities
Fund.
UNB Fredericton Registrar's Office
Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
on the basis of financial need to a Fredericton
campus student who is a graduate of a New
Brunswick high school and who has
demonstrated successful academic
performance. donor: Staff and friends of the
Registrar's Office, UNB Fredericton and the
New Brunswick University Opportunities Fund
UNB Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable duration: Up to 4 years. conditions:
Awarded primarily on the basis of scholastic
attainment. donor: The University.
University of New Brunswick Alumni
Merit Award
field: Unrestricted value: Up to $1,500 number:
Variable duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to a student demonstrating a special talent and
showing successful academic performance.
The student will be expected to use this special
talent to contribute to the University
community. donor: The Associated Alumni of
the University of New Brunswick
Punch Walker Memorial Award in
Mens Hockey
field: Unrestricted. value: not to exceed tuition
and compulsory fees number: Variable.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
students in a degree program on the
Fredericton campus who are, or will be,
members of the University's varsity men's
hockey team. Recipients must have
demonstrated successful academic
performance (minimum 80% admission
average for an entering student or minimum 2.5
assessment year grade point average for a
continuing student). Any requirements of
Atlantic University Sport and CIS will also
apply. This award is open to transfer students.
awarding agency: The University, in
consultation with David Hashey, Q.C. (or his
appointee), the UNB hockey coach and the
UNB Athletics Director. donor: The late A. Ross
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
George L. White Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: Up to 4 years. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of academic
achievement and financial need to graduates of
NB high schools. donor: The estate of George
L. White and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
Lawrence S. Willett Memorial
Scholarship
field: Engineering value: $5000 number: 1
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded to a
Fredericton campus student who is enrolled in
the Bachelor of Engineering degree program.
Selection will be based on scholastic
attainment. donor: The estate of Frances M.
Willett, in memory of her husband, Lawrence S.
Willett, BScEng(CE) '50.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO
CONTINUING UNB
STUDENTS
The University of New Brunswick provides
scholarships to continuing UNB students who
have completed at least 24 credit hours of
undergraduate courses at UNB in the previous
year and are planning to return to full-time
study at UNB.
Preference is given to Deans List students, or
students who have at least a 3.7 Scholarship
GPA, enrolled in an undergraduate degree
program. Part-time students who plan to attend
on a full-time basis may be considered for
scholarship support based on their last 24
credit hours of UNB courses.
For the purposes of awarding scholarships, a
Scholarship GPA is calculated at the end of the
assessment year (May to April) provided that
24 credit hours or more have been attempted,
regardless of program. For students involved in
work placement programs, such as Co-op or
PEP, the scholarship GPA is calculated using
the Deans List criteria. For PEP, Articulated
Degree students or students on an official
exchange program, who have been away from
UNB from May to April in the previous year as
part of their degree program, the Scholarship
GPA will be based on their most recent work at
UNB. This GPA is held internally and is not
displayed on the students transcript of record.
Students currently enrolled at UNB in an
undergraduate degree program are
encouraged to apply for scholarship support
each year between January 15th and April
15th, using the application form found on the
UNB website, through My UNB E-Services,
under the Academic tab.
Unless otherwise specified, the online
scholarship application covers all scholarships
open to continuing UNB students on both
campuses awarded by the University.
Successful recipients are notified during the
summer.
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Academic Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: Variable number:
Variable duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded
to Fredericton campus students who have
completed the minimum requirements for the
first year of their degree program. Selection is
based on academic attainment. donor: Pepsi
Canada Inc.
Toks Akpata Memorial Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: variable number: 1
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded to a
Fredericton campus student who completed at
least the minimum requirements for the first
year of the degree program in which the
student is registered. Selection is based on
academic attainment. The recipient must also
be an active member of the UNB Rugby
Football Club, demonstrate the attributes of the
consummate team player and exhibit unselfish
dedication to his teammates and to the Club.
awarding agency: Assistant Registrar,
Undergraduate Awards, on the
recommendation of the Toks Akpata Memorial
Scholarship Committee. donor: UNB Rugby
Football Alumni.
Lorna Jenkins Alaffe Memorial
Bursary
field: Business Administration. value:
Approximately $1,100. number: 1 duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded on the basis of
financial need to a student in the Business
Administration degree program on the Saint
John campus who has demonstrated
successful academic performance. donor: Mr.
W.R. Jenkins and Nabisco Brands Ltd.
Alberta Land Surveyors Association
Academic Achievement Scholarship
field: Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering
value: $2,500 number: 1 duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded to a Geodesy and
Geomatics Engineering student who has
completed or has enrolled in two of the four
cadastral surveying option courses: GGE5521
Survey Law; GGE5532 Land Economy and
Administration; GGE5313 Urban Planning or
CE5342 Site Planning. Selection will be based
on academic achievement. awarding agency:
The University, on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Engineering. donor: Alberta Land
Surveyors Association.
Aliant Mobility Freedom Fund
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $1,200. number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to New
Brunswick students enrolled in studies working
towards their first undergraduate degree - one
to be awarded to a student at UNB Saint John,
the other to a student at UNB Fredericton.
Selection is made on the basis of academic
performance, financial need and involvement in
extra-curricular activities. donor: Aliant Mobility
and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
John Aubrey Allan Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
on the basis of academic performance and
financial need to a student who has completed
at least the normal requirements for the first
year of the program in which the student is
registered at UNB. donor: The late Ethel Hazen
Allen.
Alumnae Undergraduate Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Multiple. duration: 1 year. conditions: Young
women entering the penultimate year of a
degree program and having good scholastic
standing and need for financial assistance. At
least one scholarship is to be awarded to a
student who has completed her first four terms
at UNBSJ. awarding agency: The University, in
consultation with the Associated Alumnae.
donor: Associated Alumnae.
Alumni Undergraduate Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Multiple. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
students who have completed at least the
normal requirements for the first year of the
program in which they are registered. Awarded
primarily on the basis of scholastic attainment.
Financial need may be considered. donor:
Associated Alumni.
A. George Anderson Scholarship
field: Business Administration. value: Variable.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a Fredericton campus student who
has completed at least the requirements for the
first year of the Bachelor of Business
Administration degree program. Preference will
be given to a student who has demonstrated
excellence in Marketing courses. Selection will
be based on scholastic attainment and financial
need. donor: The estate of A. George
Anderson.
Nels Anderson II Award
field: Civil Engineering. value: Approximately
$1,500. number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
The student must have a good academic
standing (GPA 3.0 or better) and have a
demonstrated involvement in student activities
at the University, Faculty of Engineering or
community level. In making the award,
consideration will be given to students
considered to have potential for developing a
successful career in engineering. Preference
will be given to students who meet the criteria
and do not hold another major award. Award to
be given to a student who has completed six
terms of the Civil Engineering program.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Department of Civil
Engineering. donor: Family, friends,
classmates of the late Nels Anderson II.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
W. Stafford Anderson Scholarship
field: Forestry and/or Forest Engineering.
value: Variable. number: 1. conditions: Open to
students who have completed at least the
normal requirements for first year Forestry or
Forest Engineering (40-46 ch) at UNB and are
residents of Northumberland County.
Selections made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: The
Family of the late W. Stafford Anderson and the
New Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
Annual Eastern Canada Student
Recreation Conference Award
field: Recreation & Sport Studies value:
Variable number: 1 duration: 1 year conditions:
Awarded to a Recreation & Sport Studies
student who has completed a minimum of 65
credit hours and all required first and second
year courses in the Recreation & Sport Studies
program and is returning to the junior or senior
year. The recipient should have exhibited
leadership ability, shown campus and/or
community involvement in the field of
recreation, and achieved a minimum 3.0
assessment year grade point average.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Kinesiology.
donor: Planning Committee of the Annual
Eastern Canada Recreation Conference.
Aramark Scholarship
field: Bachelor of Applied Management in
Hospitality & Tourism value: $1,000. number:
1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student who has completed an articulated twoyear diploma at a Community College and is
entering the BAMHT degree program at UNB
Saint John. The recipient must have a
demonstrated interest in the food service
industry. Selection will be based on scholastic
achievement and financial need. awarding
agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Director of the Bachelor
of Applied Management in Hospitality and
Tourism degree program. donor: Aramark Inc.
Jean Campbell Argue Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $3,000. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Young woman
showing intellectual promise and in need of
financial assistance who has completed the
normal requirements for the second year and
beginning her third year of the program in
which she is registered. Tenable at Fredericton
campus only. donor: Canadian Federation of
University Women-Fredericton.
ASHRAE Scholarship
field: Mechanical Engineering. value: Variable.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a deserving Fredericton campus
student of high academic standing in
Mechanical Engineering from New Brunswick
or Prince Edward Island who has completed at
least 120 ch in the Mechanical Engineering
degree program. Preference will be given to a
student enrolled in either of Air Conditioning
(ME 4453) or Electrical and Mechanical
Equipment for Buildings (ME 4263). awarding
agency: The University on the recommendation
of the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
donor: The New Brunswick Chapter of the
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and
Air Conditioning Engineers.
Associated Alumnae Athletic Award
field: Unrestricted. value: $700. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
female student who has completed at least the
requirements for the first year of her degree
program and who has demonstrated high
academic achievement (3.0 Scholarship GPA),
special athletic ability in a varsity sport on the
Fredericton campus, and leadership abilities in
the surrounding community. awarding agency:
The University on the recommendation of the
Director of Athletics in consultation with the
Associated Alumnae. donor: UNB Associated
Alumnae.
Sharon L. W. Bachinski Memorial
Scholarship
field: Geology. value: Approximately $1,000.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open
to students in Geology on the Fredericton
campus. Selections are made on the basis of
scholastic attainment. awarding agency: The
University, on the recommendation of the
Department of Geology. donor: Friends and
family of the late Dr. S.L.W. Bachinski,
Professor of Geology, UNB.
Dr. A. Foster Baird Alumni
Scholarship
field: Engineering. value: $250. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded annually
to an Engineering student entering the final
year of a bachelor's program. Major
consideration for this award shall be given to
the student's interest and participation in
student activities. The student's scholastic
achievement and financial need will be the
other factors considered. donor: The
Associated Alumni.
Muriel Farris Baird Alumnae
Scholarship
field: Education. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to a female Fredericton campus student who is
enrolled in the Concurrent or Consecutive
Education degree program. Selection will be
based on academic achievement and financial
need. awarding agency: The University, in
consultation with the Associated Alumnae.
donor: Associated Alumnae.
Dr. R. Balasubramanian Memorial
Scholarship
field: Electrical Engineering. value: $2,000.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open
to a student in Electrical Engineering who has
completed at least 35 ch in the Electrical
Engineering program. The recipient will be
selected on the basis of academic achievement
and financial need. awarding agency: The
University, upon the recommendation of the
Department of Electrical Engineering. donor:
Friends of the late Dr. Balasubramanian.
Shaila Bari Memorial Scholarship
field: Business Administration. value: $2,000.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a female International student on
the Fredericton campus who has completed at
least the minimum requirements for the first
year of the Bachelor of Business Administration
degree program. Selection will be based on
academic achievement (minimum 3.0 gpa) and
financial need. donor: The Faculty of
Administration and friends and family of the late
Shaila Bari.
Tanya V. M. Barrett Memorial
Scholarship
field: Education. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to students
in the concurrent or consecutive Bachelor of
Education degree program. Selections are
made on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need. donor: Family of the late Tanya
V.M. Barrett, BSc 1978, Bed 1984, UNB.
William L. Barrett Engineering
Undergraduate Scholarship
field: Engineering. value: $1000. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: To be awarded
annually to a student in the Engineering
program at UNB on the Fredericton campus
who has successfully completed one year of
study (a minimum of 35 ch) leading to the
degree of Bachelor of Science in Engineering.
Preference will be given to students who have
graduated from a high school within the City of
Fredericton. donor: APEGNB Fredericton
Branch
BBA Graduates (1954-1959) Bursary
field: Business Administration. value: Variable.
number: Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of financial need to a
student continuing beyond first year (30 credit
hours) in the BBA program on the Fredericton
Campus. The recipient must have a
satisfactory academic record as determined by
the Faculty of Administration. awarding agency:
The University upon the recommendation of the
Faculty of Administration. donor: BBA
graduates from 1954-1959.
Dr. David Beebe Memorial
Scholarship
field: Business Education, Office Management.
value: Variable. number: 1 duration: 1 year.
conditions: Open to undergraduate students
who have completed 30 ch in the Bachelor of
Education (Business Education) degree
program on the Fredericton campus.
Preference will be given to students who have
demonstrated academic excellence. Financial
need will also be a consideration in making the
award. donor: Colleagues and friends of the
late Dr. David Beebe.
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Alan David Bell Memorial Scholarship
field: Chemical Engineering or Science. value:
Variable. number: 1 duration: 1 year.
conditions: Open to Fredericton campus
students who are graduates of a New
Brunswick high school and are starting the
second year of the Engineering or Science
degree program at UNB. Preference is given to
a candidate in Chemical Engineering or a
candidate in Science with a major in Chemistry.
Selection is made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: Family
and friends of the late Alan David Bell, a first
year Chemical Engineering scholarship student
at UNB and 1992 FHS graduate and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
Dr. J.A.M. Bell Memorial Scholarship
field: Nursing, Science or Arts. value: Subject
to need. number: Variable. duration: 1 year
(students may reapply). conditions: Available to
Nursing students who have successfully
completed the requirements for the first year of
the Nursing program (42-47 ch) or who are
entering either the penultimate (having
completed 89-94 ch) or final (having completed
131-136 ch) years in Nursing. Available also to
students entering their penultimate or final year
in Science or Arts who intend to study
medicine. Awards will be made in the following
order of priority: (1) North and South Esk; (2)
Newcastle area; (3) Miramichi area; (4) New
Brunswick. donor: Friends of the late Dr. J. Alex
M. Bell.
Charles S. Bennett Memorial
Scholarship
field: Civil Engineering. value: Variable.
number: 3 (of equal value). duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need to three students
in Civil Engineering who have just completed
the first year of the program at UNB (a
minimum of 30 credit hours). donor: Mrs. Helen
A. Bennett.
Lt. Governor Wallace S. Bird
Memorial Scholarship
field: Business Administration, Engineering or
Forestry. value: Approximately $1300. number:
3 duration: 1 year. conditions: Deserving
students entering their second year. Students
must be native of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia,
Prince Edward Island, or Newfoundland or
have resided in any of these four provinces for
at least ten years preceding the award.
Selections are made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: M.T.M.
Holdings Limited.
Birks Family Foundation Bursaries
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: The Birks
Family Foundation has established a plan of
annual contributions to the student aid fund of
recognized Canadian universities for the
creation of The Birks Family Foundation
Bursaries. The bursaries are awarded by the
Foundation on the recommendation of the
University Scholarship Committee and are not
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restricted to faculty or year, and may be
renewed. The number and amount of such
awards may vary annually, depending upon the
funds available for the purpose from the
Foundation. Candidates for the bursaries must
apply to the university of their choice on the
university's student aid bursary application
form no later than the closing date for such
applications. In consultation with the
Foundation, the University will make the award
of the bursaries. donor: The Birks Family
Foundation.
study. Preference will be given to an
undergraduate student who is registered in the
Electrical Engineering degree program.
Selection will be made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need.
donor: Mrs. Jacqueline Breau in memory of her
husband, C. Gerard Breau.
Katharine E. Black Memorial Bursary
campus students enrolled in the concurrent or
consecutive Bachelor of Education (Art
Education) degree program or the Bachelor of
Applied Arts degree program. Selection will be
made on scholastic attainment. If not renewed,
the scholarship will alternate between an art
education student and a BAA student. donor:
The Estate and Family of the New Brunswick
artist, Winston A. Bronnum.
field: Nursing. value: $300. number: 1 duration:
1 year. conditions: Given annually to a student
from New Brunswick who has completed the
requirements for the first year in the Faculty of
Nursing and who requires financial assistance.
donor: Sir Howard Douglas Chapter, I.O.D.E.,
Fredericton and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
George Frederick Boyer Memorial
Bursaries
field: Science (Biology). value: Variable.
number: Variable duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of financial need and
academic performance to students in the
Science degree program to enable them to
attend, or continue to attend UNB and pursue
the study of Biology. donor: The late Alberta
Boyer.
Joseph Braithwaite Memorial
Scholarship
field: Surveying Engineering. value: Variable.
number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of scholastic attainment
and financial need to a student in the Surveying
Engineering degree program. donor: The
Surveying Engineering Class of 1989, and
friends of the late Joseph Braithwaite.
Michael Christian Branscombe
Memorial Scholarship
field: Science (Biology). value: Variable.
number: Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to Fredericton campus students in the
Faculty of Science who are majoring in Biology
and who have graduated from a New
Brunswick high school. The scholarship is
intended to assist students whose career plans
have the potential to ease the suffering of
human beings. Selections are made on the
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need. donor: Family and friends of the late
Michael Christian Branscombe, a former UNB
Science student and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
C. Gerard Breau Memorial
Scholarship
field: Engineering. value: Minimum $2,000.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a Fredericton campus student
enrolled in a Bachelor of Science in
Engineering degree program who has
successfully completed the minimum credit
hour requirement for two complete years of
Winston A. Bronnum Memorial
Scholarship
field: Art Education or Applied Arts value:
$1500 number: 1 duration: 1 year. (may be
renewed.) conditions: Open to Fredericton
Dax Brown Memorial Scholarship
field: Kinesiology value: Approximately $1,200.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: To be
awarded to a student who has successfully
completed three years of the Bachelor of
Kinesiology program (minimum 101 ch) and
who demonstrates academic excellence,
qualities of leadership and professional
promise. apply: Dax Brown Memorial
Scholarship Committee, c/o Assistant Registrar
of Undergraduate Awards, University of New
Brunswick. awarding agency: The University on
the recommendation of the Faculty of
Kinesiology. donor: Anonymous.
N. Myles Brown Undergraduate
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Multiple duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
students who have completed at least the
normal requirements for the first year of the
program in which they are registered.
Selections are made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: The
Woodstock Museum Inc.
Michael J. Bruhm Memorial
Scholarship in Silviculture
field: Forestry. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
students who have completed approximately
90 - 100 ch in the UNB Bachelor of Science in
Forestry degree program. Selection is made on
the basis of financial need, satisfactory
academic performance and consideration of
extracurricular activities. Recipients must have
demonstrated excellence in Silviculture
courses and an interest in the area of
Silviculture. awarding agency: The University
on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Forestry and Environmental Management.
donor: Friends, relatives and colleagues of
Michael J. Bruhm across Canada, including
colleagues in the British Columbia Ministry of
Forests, the Forest Industry, and the
Association of British Columbia Professional
Foresters.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
M. Louise Burbidge Memorial
Scholarship
field: Education. value: Variable number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to a student
in the Consecutive or Concurrent program in
Education who is a graduate of a NB high
school. Awarded on the basis of academic
performance and financial need donor:
Margaret Burbidge.
Elizabeth Burton Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
on the basis of financial need to students who
have completed at least the normal
requirements for the first year of the program in
which they are registered and have
demonstrated successful academic
performance. donor: Mrs. Elizabeth Burton.
William S. Butler Memorial
Scholarship
field: Forestry, Forest Engineerng,
Renaissance College. value: Variable. number:
1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
Fredericton campus student who has
graduated from a Canadian high school and
who has completed either the minimum
requirements for one year of study in the
Bachelor of Forestry or Bachelor of Forest
Engineering degree programs, or two years of
study at Renaissance College. The
Renaissance College candidate must be
pursuing the science option. Selection is based
on scholastic achievement. donor: Friends and
family of the late William S. Butler.
Ian R. Cameron Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to a student entering second year of studies in
any program on the Saint John campus who
has completed the first year of studies
(minimum 30 ch) with high academic standing.
Financial need will be taken into consideration.
donor: Ian & Heather Cameron and friends. Dr.
Cameron is a Professor Emeritus in Physics
and a retired former Dean of Faculty.
Camp Brûlé Scholarship
field: Forestry. value: $500. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
Fredericton campus student who is interested
in completing a senior individual project, FOR
or FE 5990, on the relationship between
Atlantic Salmon habitat, Salmo salar, and
forestry issues (road construction, silviculture,
etc.). Selection is made on the basis of
scholastic achievement, and the judgment of
the project advisor and the Faculty Scholarship
Committee. awarding agency: The University,
on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Forestry and Environmental Management.
donor: Camp Brûlé Enr.
Canadian Council for Public Affairs
Advancement (CCPAA) Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $500. number: 2
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded to UNB
Saint John students who are enrolled in the
third year of any degree program and are active
members of the Golden Key International
Honour Society. Selections are made on
scholastic attainment and leadership in
community service organizations or campus
politics, such as student government. awarding
agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Faculty Advisor for the
Golden Key International Honours Society.
donor: Dr. Craig S. Fleisher, on behalf of the
Canadian Council for Public Affairs
Advancement (CCPAA).
Canadian Federation of University
Women - Fredericton Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $2,000. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
mature female Fredericton campus student
with a minimum sessional grade point average
of 3.0 who has completed at least the normal
requirements for the first year of the program in
which the student is registered at the
University. The recipient must be a New
Brunswick resident, as defined by Student
Financial Services. Financial need is an
important consideration. awarding agency: The
University, in consultation with the CFUWFredericton. donor: Canadian Federation of
University Women-Fredericton and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
Canadian Process Control
Association Scholarship
field: Engineering - Instrumentation and
Control. value: Up to $3,000 per year number:
1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
undergraduate Fredericton campus
Engineering student, with consideration to
scholastic attainment and financial need, who
is entering the final two years (normal ch.
range) of the UNB Engineering degree
program, and has selected the option of
Instrumentation and Control. The recipient
must be a Canadian citizen or a Landed
Immigrant. Summer employment may be
offered. apply: Dean of Engineering, and the
Assistant Registrar, Undergraduate Awards,
University of New Brunswick. awarding agency:
The University on the recommendation of the
Chairs of Instrumentation & Control, in
consultation with CPCA. donor: Canadian
Process Control Association (CPCA).
Bliss Carman Memorial Scholarship
in English Literature
field: Arts. value: Variable. number: Multiple.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to students
in the Faculty of Arts who have completed at
least the normal requirements for the first year
of the Arts degree program at UNB. Preference
will be given to students who have
demonstrated excellence in at least 12 ch in
English Literature. donor: The late Dr. Lorne
Pierce.
Captain Royal A. Carrick and Marjorie
Oatey Carrick Memorial Scholarship
field: Arts. value: Variable. number: Variable.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
students majoring in English Literature, who
have taken at least one course in poetry, prose,
or music writing. Selection is made on the basis
of scholastic achievement. donor: Estate of
Royal Alexander Carrick.
David J. Cartwright Memorial
Scholarship
field: Forestry (Wildlife Option) or Science Biology (with a strong demonstrated interest in
wildlife). value: Variable. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Open to students on the
Fredericton campus entering the final year of
Forestry (Wildlife Option) or Science (Biology
Option). Potential candidates should have
combined scholastic ability with a
demonstrated interest in wildlife management.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management and the Faculty of
Science. donor: The Atlantic Society of Fish
and Wildlife Biologists.
Frederick J. Cashwell Memorial
Scholarship
field: Business. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a Saint
John campus student from the greater Saint
John area who has completed the normal
requirements for the first year of the Bachelor
of Business Administration degree program.
Selection will be based on scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: Edith
Maye Cashwell and Gold Star Window
Cleaning Co. Ltd., established in 1942 by
Frederick J. Cashwell.
Stanley B. Cassidy Memorial
Engineering Undergraduate
Scholarship
field: Engineering. value: $1000. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: To be awarded
annually to a student in the Engineering
program at UNB on the Fredericton campus,
who has successfully completed at least one
year of study (a minimum of 35 ch) leading to
the degree of Bachelor of Science in
Engineering. Preference will be given to
students who have graduated from a high
school within the APENB Fredericton Branch
District (i.e. comprising York, Carleton,
Sunbury, and Queens Counties). donor:
APEGNB Fredericton Branch
Michael Cavanagh Memorial Award
field: Unrestricted. value: $500. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student on UNBs Fredericton campus who has
completed at least the normal requirements for
the first year of the degree program in which
the student is registered. The recipient must
have demonstrated a special athletic ability in
the sport of men`s varsity hockey at UNB,
successful academic performance (minimum
2.5 assessment year grade point average),
and, in keeping with the character of Michael
Cavanagh, the capacity to experience life to its
fullest. This award is open to transfer students.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Kinesiology
and the Director of Athletics. donor: Friends of
Michael Cavanagh.
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Ellen S. Chambers Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable.
number: Multiple. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to students who have completed at
least the requirements for the first year of an
undergraduate degree program. Selection will
be based on academic achievement.
donor: The late Ms. Ellen Sanders Chambers.
Chinese New Year Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $1,000. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a UNB
Class of 1935 Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Minimum of $1,000.
number: 1 or more duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to students on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need, with
consideration given to participation in
extracurricular activities. donor: The Class of
1935.
Class of 1939 Scholarship
field: Arts, Engineering, Science or Forestry.
value: $1,000 (minimum) number: 2 or more.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to UNB
Christian-Birmingham Memorial
Scholarship
students who are registered in either the
Bachelor of Arts, Science, Engineering or
Forestry degree programs and who have
completed at least the normal requirements for
the first year. Selection is made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need.
donor: The Class of 1939.
field: Science value: Maximum $200. number:
1 duration: 1 year (may be renewed).
conditions: Awarded to a student on the
Class of 1942 War Memorial
Scholarship
Saint John international student from the
Peoples Republic of China with the highest
standing entering fourth year. donor: Proceeds
from the Chinese New Year Celebration.
Fredericton campus who has completed at
least the normal requirements for the first year
of the Science degree program. Selection is
made on the basis of scholastic attainment.
Scholarships will be awarded to graduates of a
Carleton County and a York County high
school, with preference given to a graduate of a
Carleton County high school. donor: Howard J.
Christian and his wife Amy Beatrice
(Birmingham) Christian.
Margaret B. Christie Memorial
Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: $1000. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student who has completed the requirements
for the first year of the Bachelor of Nursing
degree program. Preference will be given to a
student who has demonstrated interest in
palliative care. Selection will be based on
scholastic attainment. awarding agency: The
University, on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Nursing. donor: Friends and family of
the late Margaret B. Christie.
Alden R. Clark Scholarship (IODE)
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
Fredericton campus students who have
completed at least the normal requirements for
the second year of a degree program in which
they are registered, and are graduates of a
New Brunswick High School. Selections are
made on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need. donor: IODE Clark House Trust
Fund and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
Ralph B. Clark Memorial Scholarship
field: Arts. value: Variable. number: Variable.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded primarily
on the basis of scholastic attainment to
students who are entering the penultimate year
(completed a minimum of 60-66 ch) of the Arts
degree program at UNB. donor: The late Mrs.
Georgie Alberta Ryan Clark.
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field: Unrestricted. value: Minimum $1,500.
number: 1 or more. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to Fredericton campus students who
have just completed the normal requirements
for the first year of the degree program in which
they are registered at UNB. Selections are
made primarily on the basis of scholastic
attainment. donor: Members of the Class of
1942, on the occasion of their 50th reunion, in
memory of those classmates killed in the
Second World War.
Class of 1945 Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: Variable number: 1
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded to a
student who is entering the second year of
studies at the University of New Brunswick with
preference given to a student attending the
Fredericton campus. Selection is made on the
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need. donor: The Class of 1945.
Class of 1948 Red n'Black Revue
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student who has completed the requirements
for the first year of his/her degree program.
Selection will be based on academic
achievement, financial need and participation
in extra-curricular activities. Preference will be
given to a student who is involved in UNBs Red
n Black Revue. donor: The Class of 48,
originators of the Red n Black Revue.
Clayton-Wilkinson Scholarship
field: Science value: Variable number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
Fredericton campus student from New
Brunswick who has completed the normal
requirements for the first year of the Bachelor
of Science degree program. Preference will be
given to students majoring in Chemistry.
Selection will be made on scholastic attainment
and financial need. donor: Mrs. Jane Clayton
Morissey.
Colter/Aviva Group Canada
Scholarship
field: Civil Engineering. value: Variable.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to Fredericton campus Civil
Engineering students who have graduated from
a high school in the Atlantic provinces.
Selections are made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: Colter/
Aviva Canada, in honour of their 50-year
business relationship with Diamond
Construction.
Colter Family Bursary
field: Athletics, Nursing, Engineering or
Business Administration. value: $500.
number: Multiple. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of financial need to
students who have demonstrated successful
academic performance and have graduated
from a New Brunswick high school. Candidates
must have completed at least the requirements
for the first year of the Bachelor of Nursing,
Bachelor of Science in Engineering or Bachelor
of Business Administration degree program or
have completed the requirements for the first
year of an undergraduate degree program and
have demonstrated excellence in varsity
athletics. donor: The Colter Family.
Thomas J. Condon International
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately $350.
number: 1 duration: Spring/Summer Session or
1 year. conditions: Open to international visa
students on the Saint John campus who have
completed at least the normal requirements for
the first year of the degree program in which
they are registered at UNB. Selections are
made primarily on the basis of scholastic
attainment. donor: Proceeds from Thomas J.
Dondon Scholarship Dinner October 1996.
Mildred Alice Crowell Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: Approximately $750.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a female student who is a graduate
of Leo Hayes High School or Fredericton High
School, has just completed the requirements of
the first year of the Bachelor of Nursing degree
program on the Fredericton campus and is
beginning the second year of the program.
Selection will be based on scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: The
Fredericton Community Foundation Inc. and
the New Brunswick University Opportunities
Fund.
Albert J. and T. Ferne O. Currie
Memorial Scholarship
field: Science or Nursing value: $500. number:
1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student who has graduated from a New
Brunswick high school and has completed at
least the minimum requirements for the first
year of a degree program. Preference will be
given to the student who intends to pursue a
career in health care. Selection will be based
on scholastic attainment and financial need.
donor: The family of Albert & Ferne Currie and
the New Brunswick University Opportunities
Fund.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Wellington B. Cuthbertson Memorial
Scholarship in Electrical Engineering
field: Electrical Engineering. value: Variable.
number: Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to undergraduate students in the
Electrical Engineering degree program who
have graduated from a high school in New
Brunswick. Selections are made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need, with
consideration given to the recipients' qualities
of leadership. donor: Mrs. Marion C.
Cuthbertson.
Cutler Nursing Scholarship
field: Nursing - Mental Health Nursing. value:
Variable. number: Variable. duration: 1 year
(may be renewed) conditions: Open to
registered nurses enrolled on a full or part-time
basis in the BN/RN program or the Masters
program in the Faculty of Nursing who are
working, or have previously worked, in the
Mental Health Nursing field. Scholastic
attainment is an important consideration.
Applicants should intend to work in the Mental
Health Nursing field in the future. awarding
agency: The University in consultation with the
Faculty of Nursing. donor: The late Professor
Ryllys Cutler in memory of Mr. & Mrs. R.O.
Cutler and Dr. & Mrs. N.L. Cutler.
Glenn & Mary Daugharty Forestry
Scholarship
field: Forestry and Forest Engineering. value:
Variable. number: Variable. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded annually to a continuing
student who has completed at least the first
year of the BScFE (44 credit hours) or BScF
(36 credit hours). awarding agency: The
University in consultation with the Faculty of
Forestry and Environmental Management.
donor: Glenn & Mary Daugharty with matching
funds from Northern Telecom.
Ralph Daughney Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need to worthy UNB students. donor: Friends
and family of the late Mr. Ralph Daughney,
Margot MacLauchlan Dawson
Memorial Scholarship
field: Spanish. value: $1,000. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
Fredericton campus students majoring in
Spanish who have completed at UNB at least
45 ch in Arts. Selections are made on the basis
of scholastic attainment and financial need.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Department of Culture
and Language Studies. donor: Julia
MacLauchlan and Warren McKenzie.
Louis and Montoura Debly
Undergraduate Scholarship
field: Civil Engineering value: Min $1000
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a Fredericton campus student who
is entering the final year of the Bachelor of
Engineering (Civil Eng) degree program and
who has shown a high level of achievement in
the structural engineering courses. Selection is
based on scholastic attainment. awarding
agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Department of Civil
Engineering. donor: Louis Debly (CE'47).
Department of Humanities and
Languages Scholarship (Certificate of
Proficiency in French Levels I and II)
Lorraine Dee Memorial Scholarship
scholastic excellence in a French course which
is part of the Certificate of Proficiency in French
program on the Saint John campus to a student
or students who enroll in a further French
course on the Saint John campus. The
scholarship(s) will be withdrawn if the
student(s) withdraw(s) from the course. Apply:
Chair, Department of Humanities and
Languages, Saint John campus. awarding
agency: Department of Humanities and
Languages (French Section) donor:
Department of Humanities and Languages.
field: Radiography. value: Up to $500 per year.
number: 2. duration: 2 years. conditions: Open
to students admitted to a New Brunswick
School of Radiography. Candidates must be
graduates of a New Brunswick High School
and have completed at the University of New
Brunswick at least the normal requirements for
the first year of the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor
of Science degree program. Preference will be
given to students with science courses.
Awarded on the basis of scholastic attainment
and financial need with consideration given to
participation in extracurricular activities. donor:
Anonymous.
Deloitte & Touche Scholarship in
Accounting
field: Business Administration. value: $3,000.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: One
scholarship to be awarded on either the
Fredericton or the Saint John Campus who is
entering the final year of the Business
Administration degree program with a minimum
of 81 ch UNBSJ, 93 ch UNBF, and who has
expressed an interest in entering the chartered
accountancy profession. awarding agency: The
University on the joint recommendation of the
Faculty of Administration and the Faculty of
Business. donor: Deloitte & Touche Chartered
Accountants.
Delta Hotels Scholarship
field: Bachelor of Applied Management in
Hospitality and Tourism. value: $500. number:
3. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
students who have completed a two-year
diploma at an articulated Community College
and are entering the BAMHT degree program
at UNB Saint John. Selection is based on
scholastic achievement as well as interest and
involvement in the accommodation sector.
awarding agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Director of the BAMHT
program. donor: Delta Hotels.
Department of Humanities &
Languages Scholarship
field: Preference to those enrolled in any
majors program value: $1,650. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: To be awarded on
the basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need to a student enrolled in any majors
program of the Department of Humanities and
Languages. donor: The Department of
Humanities and Languages.
field: Certificate of Proficiency in French
Program value: $200 number: 3 duration: 1
year conditions: To be awarded on the basis of
Dietz-Turner Bursary in Vocational
Adult Education
field: B.Ed. (Vocational) Adult Education
Pattern. value: $250. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded on the basis of
financial need to a student in the B.Ed.
(Vocational) Adult Education Pattern. donor:
Beverlie A. Dietze and Agnes E. Turner.
Dr. Walter J. Dohaney Memorial
Scholarship
field: Civil Engineering. value: $700-$1,000.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open
to Civil Engineering students from the Province
of New Brunswick who have completed at least
90 ch in the Civil Engineering program. The
recipient will be selected on the basis of
involvement in student affairs and/or athletics.
Financial need will be a consideration and the
student must have maintained an academic
standing at or above a B average. awarding
agency: The University, upon the
recommendation of the Department of Civil
Engineering. donor: Family and friends of the
late Walter J. Dohaney, Assistant Dean of
Engineering 1981-1985 and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
Walter V. Donahue Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $350. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: A deserving
student from the County of York, N.B. donor:
Mrs. Agnes C. Donahue.
Jennifer Douglass Memorial Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately $500.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of financial need to a
Fredericton campus student who has
graduated from a New Brunswick high school.
The recipient should have just completed the
requirements for the first or second year of his/
her degree program and has demonstrated
successful academic performance. Preference
will be given to a student who has
demonstrated humanitarian qualities. donor:
Family and friends of the late Jennifer
Douglass, a former employee of the MicMac
Maliseet Institute, Faculty of Education.
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Asa Dow Scholarship
Karen Duffy Memorial Scholarship
Ralph L. Finley Scholarship
field: Bachelor of Education or Bachelor of
Teaching. value: $1,000. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Open to male students who
field: Preference to Education. value: Variable.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
Awarded to a student from Blackville High
School who is beginning an undergraduate
degree program on the Fredericton campus.
Preference will be given to a student entering
the Bachelor of Education program. donor:
Family and friends of the late Karen Duffy.
basis of academic performance and financial
need to students who have completed at least
the normal requirements for the first year of the
program in which they are registered at UNB.
donor: The late Ralph L. Finley.
Muriel & Percy Dunlap Bursary
field: Business Administration. value: $500.
number: 2. duration: 1 year. conditions:
hold a New Brunswick teacher's license and
who need financial assistance in order to
complete their education. To be eligible, a
student must have completed at least the
normal requirements for the first year of his
university course. No one is eligible who can
reside at home while attending university.
donor: The late Asa Dow.
Thomas D. Doyle Award
field: Engineering. value: Variable, minimum
$1,000. number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a student who is a graduate of a
New Brunswick high school and has completed
at least the first-year of the Engineering degree
program on the Fredericton campus. Awarded
on the basis of active involvement in the
Engineering Undergraduate Society, scholastic
attainment and financial need. awarding
agency: The University on the recommendation
of the Faculty of Engineering. donor: Trans
Mountain Pipe Line Company in honour of
Thomas D. Doyle, BSc Engineering, 1960, and
the New Brunswick University Opportunities
Fund.
Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital
Auxiliary Bursaries
field: Nursing - Undergraduate program. value:
Variable. number: Multiple duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded on the basis of financial
need to Nursing students who are graduates of
a high school in Health Region 3 (New
Brunswick) and who have successfully
completed a minimum of one academic year at
UNB in either the Basic or Post RN Nursing
program. donor: Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital
Auxiliary and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
Dr. Thomas Condon University in the
Community Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a Saint
John campus student who has graduated from
a Saint John area high school and has
completed at least the requirements of the
second year of his/her degree program.
Selection will be based on academic
achievement and a demonstrated involvement
in extracurricular activities benefiting student
life and/or the surrounding community.
awarding agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Vice President, UNB
Saint John, in consultation with the UNB Saint
John Registrar. donor: Proceeds from the
evening of appreciation, Hats off to Tom, held
May 14, 2003 at the Saint John Trade and
Convention Centre.
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field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
on the basis of need to a mature Fredericton
campus student who has completed at UNB at
least the normal requirements for the first year
of a degree program and has demonstrated
successful academic performance. donor:
Family of Muriel and Percy Dunlap.
EDC International Studies
Scholarship
field: Business or Economics value: $3,000
number: 1 duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded
to a second or third-year student enrolled in the
Bachelor of Business Administration degree
program or pursuing a major in Economics in
the Bachelor of Arts degree program. The
recipient must have a demonstrated interest in
international business, international relations or
finance. Candidates are required to complete
an essay. Included with this award is an
opportunity for a remunerated 4-month work
term at EDC to be used during the year the
award is held. awarding agency: The
University, on the recommendation of the EDC
Awards Committee. donor: Export
Development Canada (EDC).
Electronic Commerce Centre Awards
field: Business value: $500. number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Two awards of
$500 each to be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Electronic Commerce
Centre at the Faculty of Business on the Saint
John campus. Applicants will be judged on
papers written in Electronic Commerce courses
and interviews. To be eligible, applicants must
be entering the final year of the major in
Electronic Commerce. apply: Dean of
Business, UNB Saint John. awarding agency:
The University, on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Business, UNB Saint John. donor:
The Electronic Commerce Centre
Faculty of Administration
Undergraduate Bursary
field: Business Administration. value: Variable.
number: Variable duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of financial need to a
student or students continuing beyond the first
year (30 ch) in the BBA program on the
Fredericton campus. The recipient must have
at least an average academic record (minimum
assessment year GPA 2.5). awarding agency:
The University on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Administration. donor: Faculty, staff
and friends of the Faculty of Administration.
Fisher Foundation Scholarship
Awarded to Saint John campus students who
have graduated from a southern New
Brunswick high school and are enrolled in the
Bachelor of Business Administration degree
program. Selection is based on superior
academic performance and financial need. One
scholarship will be awarded to a student who
has just completed the first year of the BBA
program and one scholarship will be provided
to a student who has just completed the third
year of the BBA program. donor: The Fisher
Foundation and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
Jean Crawford Flemming Memorial
Scholarship
field: Computer Science value: $500 number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a Saint
John campus student who has completed the
minimum requirements for the first year of the
BSc(CS), BDA, BCS or a concurrent program
involving one of these. Selection will be based
on academic achievement in Computer
Science, Mathematics and Statistics courses.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Department of
Computer Science and Applied Statistics.
donor: J. Archie Flemming, former Professor of
Mathematics and Statistics at UNB Saint John.
B. W. Barney Flieger Memorial
Scholarship in Forest Engineering
field: Forest Engineering. value: Variable.
number: Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Open to outstanding Forest Engineering
students who have completed the normal
requirements for the first two years of the
Forest Engineering degree program (80-100
ch). donor: The late Mrs. Margaret Flieger.
Focus Corporation Ltd. Scholarship
field: Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering.
value: $2,000. number: 1. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded to a Fredericton campus
student who has completed the requirements
for the third year and is beginning the fourth
year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Geodesy
and Geomatics) degree program. Selection is
based on academic achievement and financial
need. donor: The Focus Corporation Ltd.
Forestry Special Award
field: Forestry. value: Variable. number:
Multiple. duration: 1 year. conditions: A student
in Forestry or Forest Engineering who is a
graduate of the Maritime Forest Ranger
School. apply: The Dean of Forestry and
Environmental Management. donor: Friends of
the late B.W. Flieger.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Form and Format Scholarship
Dorothy C. (Dann) Friars Scholarship
field: Arts. value: $1,000. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded to a Fredericton
field: BN/RN Degree Program at UNBSJ. value:
Approx. $250. number: 1. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Open to part-time and full-time
campus student who has completed at least
the normal requirements for the first year of the
Bachelor of Arts degree program, and has
demonstrated excellence in at least 6 ch of
English at UNB. awarding agency: The
University on the recommendation of the
Department of English. donor: The Department
of English through proceeds from the sale of
Form and Format.
Donald & Margaret Fraser
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to students
on the Fredericton campus who have
completed at least the normal requirements for
the first year of the program in which they are
registered at the University. Selections are
made on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need. donor: Donald Fraser and
Margaret Fraser Lambert.
Nancy M. Fraser & Clara R. Stone
Fraser Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: Approximately $200.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Deserving Fredericton campus student having
a high scholastic standing who requires
financial assistance. awarding agency: The
University, on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Nursing. donor: The late Norman S.
Fraser.
Fredericton Community Foundation
Tuition Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Tuition plus Student
Union Fee. number: 1. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded on the basis of financial
need to a Fredericton campus student who is a
graduate of Harvey High School, Stanley High
School, Oromocto High School, Leo Hayes
High School, Fredericton High School or Ecole
Ste Anne, and is entering the third year of a
degree program. The recipient must have
demonstrated successful academic
performance. donor: The Fredericton
Community Foundation.
French Spanish German Scholarship
field: French, Spanish or German. value: Up to
$1,000. number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Open to first, second and third year full- and
part-time students enrolled at the Saint John
campus of the University of New Brunswick
who plan to continue their studies in French,
Spanish or German. The scholarship is
available for study at an appropriate University
overseas or at Laval University. awarding
agency: The University on the recommendation
of the Faculty members in the disciplines of
French, Spanish and German at the University
of New Brunswick in Saint John. donor:
Professors Celine Arabackyj, David Jory, Rosi
Jory, Fatma Loutfi, Leslie Marcus, Suzanne
Pons-Ridler and the Modern Languages
Centre.
students who are enrolled in the BN/RN
program at UNB Saint John. Selections are
made on the basis of scholastic attainment with
consideration of financial need. apply: Student
Services, University of New Brunswick in Saint
John, P. O. Box 5050, Saint John, N.B., E2L
4L5. awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the BN/RN faculty
members at UNB Saint John. donor: G. W. &
Dorothy C. Friars.
John H. Fulton Memorial Scholarship
in Electrical Engineering
field: Electrical Engineering. value: Variable.
number: Variable duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded primarily on the basis of academic
performance to students who have successfully
completed at least one year of study (a
minimum of 35 ch) in the Electrical Engineering
program at UNB. donor: The late John H.
Fulton.
Fundy Environmental Scholarship
field: Environmental Studies. value: $1,000.
number: 2. duration: 1 year (may be renewed)
conditions: Awarded to two students on the
Saint John campus who reside in the South
Bay to Welsford to Brown's Flat area, and who
are graduates of a high school in the Saint John
region. One scholarship is awarded to a
student who has just completed the normal
requirements for the first year of an
undergraduate degree program, and the
second scholarship is awarded to a student
who has just completed the normal
requirements for the second year of an
undergraduate degree program. Students must
have a demonstrated interest in the area of
Environmental Studies. apply: Dean of the
Faculty of Science, Applied Science and
Engineering, UNBSJ. awarding agency: The
University on the recommendation of the Dean
of the Faculty of Science, Applied Science and
Engineering, UNBSJ. donor: Fundy Future
Environment and Benefits Council.
Geological Association of Canada Mineralogical Association of Canada
Federicton 85
field: Geology. value: Approximately $750.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open
to undergraduate students majoring in
Geology. Selection to be made on the basis of
scholastic achievement, financial need and
extracurricular activities. awarding agency: The
University on the recommendation from the
Geology Department. donor: The Geological
Association of Canada and the Mineralogical
Association of Canada.
R. W. Gilbert Memorial Scholarship
field: Engineering, including Computer
Science, Forestry and/or Forest Engineering.
value: Variable. number: 1 duration: 1 year.
conditions: A deserving student in the Faculties
of Engineering, including Computer Science, or
Forestry and/or Forest Engineering. donor: The
late Mrs. R.W. Gilbert.
John Gilchrist Associated Alumni
Engineering Scholarship
field: Engineering. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to a Fredericton campus student who has
completed at least the requirements for the first
year of the Bachelor of Engineering degree
program. The recipient must be a graduate of a
New Brunswick high school. Selection is based
on scholastic achievement and financial need.
donor: The late John Gilchrist, BSc EE 1932
and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
M. Patrick Gillin Award in Engineering
field: Engineering Departments and Programs
value: Variable. number: Multiple. duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded to deserving
undergraduate students who have completed
their high school education in New Brunswick,
have demonstrated involvement in the
community, have achieved a satisfactory
academic record and require financial
assistance. awarding agency: The University in
consultation with Alumni Awards Committee.
donor: M. Patrick Gillin and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
Louis Joseph Godbout Memorial
Scholarship
field: Geology or Geological Engineering.
value: Variable. number: 1 duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded to a UNB student who has
completed at least the normal requirements for
first year of the Science or Geological
Engineering degree program. Selection is
made on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need to a student who in a tangible
way has demonstrated he/she will bring to the
Geology profession a high degree of dedication
and enthusiasm. donor: Co-workers at Utah
Mines Ltd./Utah International Inc. and the
Company.
Golden Jubilee Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $5,000. number: 1.
duration: 1year. conditions: Awarded to a
student who has completed the third year of a
four-year degree program, or the fourth year of
a five-year degree program and is a New
Brunswick resident, based on Student
Financial Services guidelines for provincial
residency. Selection will be based on academic
excellence and financial need as defined by
Student Financial Services. donor: The
Province of New Brunswick established this
scholarship in 2002 to commemorate the 50th
anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's coronation.
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Robin W. Gough Scholarship in
Electrical Engineering
field: Electrical Engineering value: Variable
number: 1 duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded
to a Fredericton campus student who has
completed at UNB at least the normal
requirements for th first year of the Bachelor of
Science in Engineering (Electrical Engineering)
degree program. Selections are made on the
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need. donor: Robin W. Gough, BScEE'26,
BScCE'32.
Robin W. Gough Scholarship in
Forest Engineering
field: Forest Engineering value: Variable
number: 1 duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded
to a Fredericton campus student who has
completed at UNB at least the normal
requirements for the first year of the Bachelor
of Science in Forest Engineering degree
program. Selections are made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need.
donor: Robin W. Gough, BScEE'26, BScCE'32.
Graduates Award in Forestry
field: Forest Resources/Forest Engineering.
value: Variable. number: Variable. duration: 1
year (may be renewed) conditions: Open to
students who have completed at least the
normal requirements for the first year of the
program in which they are registered.
Selections are made on the basis of academic
performance and financial need. donor:
Forestry Alumni and Alumnae.
Grandy, Gibson, Holmes Memorial
Scholarship
field: Engineering. value: $2,000. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: May be awarded to
a student in Engineering, including Forest
Engineering, at UNB who has demonstrated
successful academic performance, has shown
a potential for leadership in professional or civic
affairs, and is entering the final year of the
Engineering or Forest Engineering degree
program. awarding agency: The University on
the recommendation of the Faculty of
Engineering and Geoscience. donor:
Association of Professional Engineers and
Geoscientists of New Brunswick Foundation for
Education in memory of Norman Grandy,
P.Eng., Andrew Gibson, P.Eng., and Neville
Holmes, P.Eng.
Grant Thornton Scholarship
field: Business Administration. value: $1,000.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open
to Fredericton campus students who have
completed the requirements for the second
year of the Business Administration degree
program. Selection is based on academic
excellence, qualities of leadership, professional
promise and career aspirations in the field of
chartered accountancy. Preference will be
given to a student in the Co-op program who
has attained high academic standing in at least
3 credit hours of accounting electives.
awarding agency: The University on the basis
of a recommendation from the Faculty of
Administration in consultation with Grant
Thornton. donor: Grant Thornton LLP.
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Earl J. Grant Memorial Scholarship
Ben & Millie Guss Scholarship
field: Civil Engineering. value: $1000. number:
1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
Fredericton campus student who has
completed the requirements for first year in the
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil
Engineering) degree program and has a
demonstrated interest in the area of structural
engineering. Selection will be based on
scholastic attainment; consideration may be
given to financial need. awarding agency: The
University on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Engineering. donor: Family and
friends of Earl J. Grant, P. Eng.54, a former
Civil Engineering professor at UNB from 1958
until his untimely death in 1987.
Fredericton campus student who has
completed the requirements for the first year of
his/her degree program and intends to pursue
an interest in fine arts, including creative
writing, theatre, film, music, visual arts, or
multimedia studies. Selection will be based on
scholastic achievement and financial need.
awarding agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Office of the Dean of
Arts. donor: Family of Ben and Millie Guss.
Greater Saint John Community
Foundation Travel Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: $3,000. number: 1
per year until 2005. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded to a UNB Saint John
student who has completed at least two years
of the degree requirements for his/her program
and has been accepted into another university
as part of an exchange program with a UNBapproved institutional partner. Selection will be
based on academic achievement and financial
need. Preference to students residing in the
Greater Saint John Community. apply: Student
Abroad Office, UNB Saint John. awarding
agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Director of the
International Liaison Office, UNB Saint John
donor: Greater Saint John Community
Foundation and Scotiabank.
Agnes L. Green Memorial Bursary
field: Education. value: Variable. number: 1 or
more duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on
the basis of financial need, to a student in the
Faculty of Education on the Fredericton
campus who has graduated from a New
Brunswick high school. donor: The family of the
late Agnes L. Green and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
Dorothy A. Gregg Memorial Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
female student with preference given to a West
Indian woman student who has completed at
least the normal requirements for the first year
of the program in which she is registered at
UNB, and who shows scholastic promise.
Financial need will be a consideration in
making the award. donor: Friends of the late
Dorothy A. Gregg, wife of the late Milton F.
Gregg, V.C., some time President of the
University.
Ernest H. Gunter Memorial
Scholarship
field: Forestry and Environmental Management
value: Variable number: Variable duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded on the basis of
scholastic attainment to Fredericton campus
students who have completed at least 30 credit
hours in the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management. awarding agency:
The University on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Forestry and Environmental
Management. donor: The late Doris Gunter
Bent.
Eleanor Haines Memorial Scholarship
field: Education. value: Approximately $1200.
number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions: A
student of promise studying towards a degree
in Education. donor: The late Hazel L. Haines.
William Haliburton Memorial
Scholarship
field: Forestry. value: $2500. number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
Fredericton campus students who have
completed at UNB at least the normal
requirements for the first year of the Bachelor
of Science in Forestry or Bachelor of Science in
Forest Engineering degree programs.
Selection is made on the basis of scholastic
attainment. Preference will be given to students
undertaking senior projects focussed on
forestry in harmony with nature, and/or those
who have personal integrity and a
demonstrated commitment to the environment.
awarding agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management. donor: Family of
the late William Haliburton.
Zula V. Hallett Alumnae Scholarship
in Kinesiology
field: Kinesiology. value: $1000. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
female Fredericton campus student who has
completed the requirements for her second
year of a Kinesiology degree program.
Selection will be made on scholastic
achievement and financial need. awarding
agency: The University, in consultation with the
Associated Alumnae. donor: The Associated
Alumnae.
Zula V. Hallett Scholarship
(Marysville)
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to students
who are permanent residents of Marysville, and
have completed the normal requirements for
the first year of the degree program in which
they are registered at UNB. Selections are
made on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need. awarding agency: The
University in consultation with the Associated
Alumnae. donor: The late Miss Zula V. Hallett
and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Rupert D. & Jack C. Hanson
Memorial Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $650. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Available to a
deserving son of a returned male member of
Canada's Armed Services or to a deserving
son of a male member of Canada's Armed
Service who lost his life in active service.
donor: The late Mrs. Gussie P. Hanson.
Hon. Richard Hatfield Undergraduate
Scholarship in Political Science
field: Arts (Political Science) value: Min $500
number: 1 duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded
to a Fredericton campus student who has
declared a major or honours in Political
Science. Preference will be given to a student
who graduated from a New Brunswick high
school. Selection will be made on the basis of
scholastic attainment, demonstrated leadership
qualities and community skills. awarding
agency: The University on the recommendation
of the Chair, Dept. Of Political Science. donor:
The Fredericton South Progressive
Conservative Association.
D. King Hazen Scholarship
field: Arts. value: Variable. number: Multiple
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to students
enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts program who
have completed at least the normal
requirements for the first year (30-36 ch) of
their program at UNB. Preference will be given
to students who have demonstrated excellence
in at least six ch in English literature.
Recipients should have a substantial interest in
athletics. donor: The late D.E. Rosemary
Hazen.
Hilton International Scholarship
field: Bachelor of Applied Management in
Hospitality and Tourism. value: $1000. number:
1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
students who have completed a two-year
diploma at an articulated Community College
and are entering the BAMHT degree program
at UNB Saint John. Selection is based on
scholastic achievement as well as interest and
involvement in the accommodation sector.
awarding agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Director of the BAMHT
Program. donor: Hilton International.
Allison Hubert Memorial Merit Award
field: Unrestricted. value: Minimum $500.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open
to Fredericton campus undergraduate students
who have completed at UNB a minimum of 60
credit hours in their degree program.
Preference is given to those who have made a
contribution to the community and exhibited
cross-cultural interests. Academic performance
(minimum assessment year GPA 3.0) and
financial need are considerations in the
awarding of this merit award. awarding agency:
The University, in consultation with the
International Student Advisor. donor: Friends of
the late Allison Hubert, BScF, Class of 1949.
Muriel E. Hunter Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: Up to 4 years. conditions: Open to BN
and BN/RN students. Preference will be given
to full-time students. Students will have
demonstrated interest and competent practice
in community health nursing within the program
or in employment. Capacity to be innovative in
practice is a criterion as well as good scholastic
standing and financial need. There should be
an intention to work in the community in New
Brunswick after graduation. awarding agency:
The University on the recommendation of the
Nursing Faculty. donor: Family and friends of
the late Muriel E. Hunter, a distinguished public
health nurse.
I.O.D.E. Provincial Chapter of New
Brunswick Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: $200 number: 2
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of financial need to a student on each
UNB campus who has completed the normal
requirements for the first year of the program in
which (s)he is registered and has demonstrated
successful academic performance. donor: The
Provincial Chapter of New Brunswick IODE.
I.O.D.E. Provincial Chapter of New
Brunswick Nursing Bursary
field: Nursing. value: $200. number: 5 duration:
1 year. conditions: Four bursaries awarded on
the recommendation of the Nursing Faculty to
students who have completed at least the
normal requirements for the first year of the
Nursing degree program at any of the four New
Brunswick sites. One additional bursary to be
awarded on the recommendation of the
Nursing Faculty to a mature student in Nursing
who has successfully completed four university
courses. Financial need is a criterion in the
awarding of all bursaries awarding agency: The
University on the recommendation of the
Nursing Faculty donor: The Provincial Chapter
of New Brunswick, I.O.D.E.
Imperial Oil Outreach Merit Award
field: Engineering or Science value: Variable
number: Variable duration: 1 year conditions:
Awarded to Fredericton campus students who
have contributed significantly to the Science,
Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)
Outreach Program. awarding agency: The
University, on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Engineering, in consultation with the
STEM Coordinator. donor: Imperial Oil.
Ken Ireland Memorial Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $1000. number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
Fredericton campus students who have
successfully completed two years of a degree
program at UNB. Selections are made on the
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need. Preference will be given to students who
have demonstrated excellence in mathematics
and have completed at least 9 credit hours in
mathematics. awarding agency: The
University, in consultation with the Department
of Mathematics and Statistics. donor: Family,
friends and colleagues of the late Dr. Ken
Ireland., Professor of Mathematics and
Statistics.
Irish Canadian Cultural Association
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $250. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need to a student on the Saint John campus,
with preference given to a student who has
completed courses pertaining to Irish Studies.
donor: The Irish Canadian Cultural Association,
Saint John Chapter.
Sandra Irving Scholarship
field: Political Science value: Up to $5,000
number: 1 duration: One academic term.
conditions: Awarded annually to a student on
the Saint John campus who has completed a
minimum of 45 ch. Majoring or intending to
Major in Political Science. Selection is on the
basis of academic attainment, and candidates'
statement of the scholarship's value in reaching
career goals. apply: The Chair, Department of
History and Politics, UNBSJ. awarding agency:
The University on the recommendation of the
Vice-President (Saint John). donor: Sandra
Irving.
Mark Jeffrey Memorial Merit Award
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student on the Fredericton campus who has
completed at least the normal requirements at
UNB for the first year of the degree program in
which the student is registered and is returning
to UNB. The recipient must have demonstrated
a special athletic ability in the sport of hockey at
UNB and demonstrated successful academic
performance (minimum 2.5 assessment year
grade point average). awarding agency: The
University on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Kinesiology in consultation with the
Director of Athletics. donor: The Jeffrey family.
Donald & Patricia Jenkins Memorial
Scholarship
field: Education. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student from Queens, Kings, or Sunbury
Counties, with preference given to a student
from Queens County. Awarded on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Education to
a student beginning the first year of the
Concurrent program. donor: The Jenkins'
family and friends.
Harold E. Kane Memorial - St.
Patricks Society Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of financial need to a student at UNB
Saint John who has completed at least the
normal requirements for the first year of the
degree program in which the student is
registered and has demonstrated successful
academic performance. An interest in Irish
Studies may be a consideration in the awarding
of the bursary. donor: H.E. Kane Agencies Ltd.,
and St. Patrick's Society
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Walter Wray Williams Keirstead
Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
on the basis of financial need to a student on
the Saint John campus who has demonstrated
successful academic performance. donor: The
late Walter Wray Williams Keirstead.
Dhanraj Persaud Khemraj Memorial
Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately $200.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to an international student on the
Fredericton campus who has completed at
least the requirements for the first year of his/
her degree program and has demonstrated
successful academic performance. Selection
will be based on financial need. awarding
agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Director, International
Student Advisor's Office. donor: Kay Nandlall,
in memory of her father.
Joy Wells Kidd Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of financial need to a Fredericton campus
student who has completed at least the normal
requirements for the first year of the degree
program in which the student is registered and
has demonstrated successful academic
performance. donor: The late Joy Wells Kidd,
former Dean of Women at UNB and friends of
Mrs. Kidd.
King Nursing Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student in the Faculty of Nursing after the
completion of at least one year of successful
performance at UNB. The recipient is to
demonstrate financial need as well as nursing
excellence. awarding agency: The University,
on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Nursing. donor: Penny K. Ericson, BSN, MSN
Norman L. Kissick Memorial
Scholarship
field: Forestry or Forest Engineering. value:
Variable. number: 1. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded to a Fredericton campus
student who has completed 75 credit hours of
the Bachelor of Science in Forestry degree
program or 111 credit hours of the Bachelor of
Science in Forest Engineering degree program
and who has a demonstrated interest in forest
resource management. Selection will be based
on scholastic attainment and financial need.
awarding agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry.
donor: Family and friends of Norman Kissick.
Dorothy and Kenneth Langmaid
Scholarship
field: Science. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student who has graduated from a Charlotte
County High School and has completed at least
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the requirements for the first year of the
Bachelor of Science degree program, with
preference given to a student who has a major
in Biochemistry or Geology. Preference will
also be given to a Sir James Dunn Academy
graduate. Selection will be based on academic
achievement with consideration given to
financial need and the student's level of
involvement in his/her community. donor:
Fundy Community Foundation.
Gerald B. Lawson Memorial
Scholarship
field: Business. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to students
in the Faculty of Business on the Saint John
Campus who have completed at least 30 credit
hours in the Business degree program. The
scholarship will be awarded at the end of the
first 30-36 credit hours, or at the completion of
a total of 60-69 credit hours in the Business
degree program. Selections are made on the
basis of scholastic attainment, financial need,
and the contribution of the student to the
university community, the Saint John
community and/or the home community of the
student. awarding agency: The University on
the recommendation of the Faculty of
Business. donor: Family of the late Mr. Gerald
B. Lawson.
Oscar Z. LeBlanc Memorial Bursaries
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately
$1,875. number: 3 Fredericton Campus, 1
Saint John Campus. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Four bursaries have been
established to assist full-time undergraduate
students who are experiencing financial
difficulty in the pursuit of his/her undergraduate
degree program. Recipients must be graduates
of a New Brunswick high school and/or
residents of the province of New Brunswick, as
determined by provincial Student Aid
guidelines, and have successfully completed at
least one term of full-time study at UNB with a
GPA of 2.0 or higher. awarding agency:
Financial Aid Office (UNB Fredericton) and
Student Life and Support Services (UNB Saint
John). donor: The late Oscar Z. LeBlanc and
the New Brunswick University Opportunities
Fund.
Irene Leckie Scholarship in Nursing
field: Nursing. value: $1,000. number: 4.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
Fredericton campus students who have
completed the requirements for the first,
second or third year of the Nursing degree
program. Selection will be based on academic
achievement, demonstrated excellence in
clinical practice, and financial need. awarding
agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Nursing.
donor: Irene Leckie, former Professor (19591983) and Dean of Nursing (1978-83).
Norman Leckie Memorial Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: Approximately $3,000.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: To be
awarded annually to a student who has
completed two years of study in the Faculty of
Nursing (basic students, 95 ch). The award is
to be based on competency in nursing practice,
a good record of academic performance and
financial need. awarding agency: The
University in consultation with the Faculty of
Nursing. donor: The Leckie Family.
Sany Leckie Memorial Bursary
field: Business Administration. value:
Approximately $3,000. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded upon the
recommendation of the Faculty of
Administration, on the basis of financial need,
to a student enrolled on a basis in the second
year of the Business Administration program
(BBA) on the Fredericton campus, who has
demonstrated successful academic
performance. awarding agency: The University,
on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Administration. donor: The Leckie family.
Leica Geosystems Limited
Scholarship
field: Surveying Engineering. value: $500.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded primarily on the basis of academic
performance, to a student entering the
penultimate year (completed 90 ch) of the
Surveying Engineering program at UNB. donor:
Leica Geosystems Ltd.
Larry Levine Scholarship
field: Arts/Economics value: $900 number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded annually
to the most deserving Fredericton campus
student in the Major A program, or the Honours
program. Selection will be made on the basis of
scholastic attainment. awarding agency: The
University, on the recommendation of the Chair
of the Economics Dept., UNB Fredericton.
donor: Faculty and friends of Dr. Larry Levine,
Professor Emeritus of Economics at UNB
Fredericton.
Dasho Lhaderla Award
field: Unrestricted. value: $2,000. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a UNB
student from Bhutan. Selection will be based
on academic achievement and financial need.
donor: Ian Aitken.
Dr. Henry Llambias Memorial
Scholarship
field: Arts. value: Variable. number: 1. duration:
1 year. conditions: Open to students in the
Faculty of Arts on the Fredericton Campus who
have completed at least the normal
requirements at UNB for the first year of the
Bachelor of Arts degree program, including
those students who are registered in a
concurrent BA degree program. Candidates
must be members of the UNB Residence
Community at the time of scholarship selection,
and during the tenure of the scholarship.
Selections are made on the basis of academic
performance and financial need. donor: Family
and friends of the late Dr. Henry Llambias,
former Professor of Political Sciences, Dean of
Men's Residence 1981-82 and Don of Jones
House, 1982-1991.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Woodrow P. London Scholarship
field: Civil, Electrical and Mechanical
Engineering. value: Approximately $1,650.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Selection is made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor: W. P.
London and Associates Limited, as well as
friends, in honour of the late Mr. Woodrow P.
London.
H. Douglas Long Memorial
Scholarship
field: Forestry. value: Variable. number:
Multiple. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to a student entering the penultimate or the
final year of the program leading to the degree
of Bachelor of Science in Forestry, who has
shown special interest and promise in the
silvicultural aspects of forest management.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management. donor:
Contributors to the University Faculty Fund.
Louisbourg Investments Bursary
field: Business Administration. value: $1,000.
number: 2. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to students who have completed at
UNB the minimum requirements for the first
year of the Business Administration degree
program. Selection is made on the basis of
financial need and satisfactory academic
standing. donor: Louisbourg Investments Inc.
Dr. Ian R. Lowe Memorial
Scholarship
field: Mechanical Engineering value: Variable.
number: Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a student who has completed at
UNB the minimum requirements for the first
year of the BScME degree program. Selection
will be made on the basis of scholastic
attainment. donor: Mrs. Joyce Lowe.
Stuart and Richard Lowerison
Memorial Scholarship
field: Arts. value: Variable. number: Variable
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
undergraduate students on the Fredericton
campus in the Faculty of Arts who have
completed at least the normal requirements for
first year of the Arts degree program at UNB
and have demonstrated excellence in at least 6
ch in English, History or French. donor: The
late Stuart Lowerison.
A. B. Lumsden Memorial Scholarship
field: Education. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
graduate of a New Brunswick high school who
has been admitted to the Bachelor of Education
(Business) program. Selections are made
primarily on the basis of scholastic attainment.
donor: Friends of the late A.B. Lumsden.
Dr. C. Lutze-Wallace Scholarship
field: Chemistry or interdisciplinary fields of
Biology/Chemistry or Chemistry/Biology. value:
Approximately $500. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded to a Fredericton
campus student who has graduated from a
New Brunswick high school and who has
completed the normal requirements for the first
year of the Bachelor of Science degree
program. Selection will be made on scholastic
attainment and financial need. awarding
agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Science.
donor: Dr. Cyril Lutze-Wallace, BSc. '82, PhD
'88 and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
E. Belle Lynds Scholarship
field: Education. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student entering the penultimate year of the
Concurrent program in the Faculty of
Education. The recipient should be planning to
pursue the study of communications, including
such areas as media, speech, drama and
creative writing, in the balance of the
undergraduate degree program. awarding
agency: The University on the recommendation
of the Faculty of Education. donor: The late
Margaret R. Lynds.
Hulda A. Lynds Memorial Scholarship
field: Education. value: $600. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: To a student who
is a resident of Albert County and who is
entering the Freshman year of the Bachelor of
Education program. donor: The late Eleanor B.
Lynds.
M5 Scholarship
field: BAMHT value: $1,000. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to students
who have completed a two-year diploma at a
Community College and are entering the
Bachelor of Applied Management in Hospitality
and Tourism degree program at UNBSJ.
Selection will be made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and involvement in the
tourism industry. awarding agency: The
University, on the recommendation of the
Director of the BAMHT program, UNBSJ.
donor: M5.
Verna MacDonald Scholarship
field: Education. value: Variable. number:
Multiple. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to able and needy students in the penultimate
and final years of the Faculty of Education
enrolled in the undergraduate Bachelor of
Education program. donor: The late Verna
MacDonald.
Margaret Macdougall Bursary in
Education
field: Education. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student in Education on the Fredericton
campus, with preference given to a student in
the BBA/BEd concurrent or consecutive degree
program. Financial need is a consideration.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Education.
donor: The Business Education Subject
Council, in honour of Prof. Margaret
Macdougall.
Donald MacFayden BScSE Memorial
Scholarship
field: Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering.
value: $700-$1,000. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Open to a student from the
Maritime Provinces who has completed 130 ch
in the Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering
Program. The recipient who has at least a Baverage will be selected on the basis of
financial need, involvement in student and
community activities. awarding agency: The
University on the recommendation of the
Department of Geodesy and Geomatics
Engineering. donor: Jean, Malcolm, family and
friends of the late Donald McFadyen.
Helen MacFarlane Scholarship
field: Education. value: $1,200. number: 2
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to a student
in the Faculty of Education who is entering the
3rd or 4th year of the undergraduate Bachelor
of Education degree program. Students who
are enrolled in this program as a second
undergraduate degree are eligible for
consideration. To be eligible the student must
a) have successfully completed six ch (or the
equivalency) in Reading/Language Arts, b)
have demonstrated a high level of academic
achievement, and c) pursue studies in
Reading/Language Arts. awarding agency: The
University on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Education. donor: Friends of Helen
MacFarlane in honor of her outstanding
contribution to Education.
Dr. William MacIntosh Chapter
I.O.D.E. Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $500. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of academic performance and financial
need to a student who has successfully
completed two years of study at the UNBSJ
campus leading to a degree to be obtained at
UNBSJ. donor: Dr. William MacIntosh Chapter
IODE, Saint John, NB.
Hon. Elmer MacKay Scholarship in
Forestry or Forest Engineering
field: Forestry or Forest Engineering. value:
Variable. number: 1. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded on the basis of scholastic
attainment to a Fredericton campus student
from the Atlantic provinces who has completed
the normal requirements at UNB for the first
year of the Forestry or Forest Engineering
degree program (minimum 37 to 41 ch).
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management. donor: Staff and
friends of the Hon. Elmer MacKay.
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Dr. Deborah A. MacKay-Mitton
Memorial Scholarship
field: Science value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
on the basis of scholastic attainment to a UNB
female student on the Saint John campus who
has completed at UNB the minimum
requirements for the first year of the Bachelor
of Science degree program. Community
involvement will be a consideration in the
selection process. donor: The Saint John
Branch of the Federation of Medical Women,
Friends and Colleagues of the late Dr. Deborah
McKay-Mitton.
Dr. Norman A. M. MacKenzie
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $200. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Selections are
made on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need. donor: Associated Alumni,
University of New Brunswick and University of
British Columbia Alumni Association.
MacLauchlan McKenzie Scholarship:
Women in Technology
field: Computer Science. value: $1,000.
number: 2 duration: 1 year conditions: Open to
Fredericton campus female students enrolled
in the Computer Science degree program who
have completed at least the normal
requirements for the first year of the Computer
Science degree and will attend the Fredericton
campus during the tenure of the scholarship.
Selections are made on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. awarding
agency: The University on the recommendation
of the Faculty of Computer Science. donor:
Julia MacLauchlan and Warren McKenzie.
MacLauchlan McKenzie Student
Leadership Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: $1,000 number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to a
Fredericton campus student enrolled in an
undergraduate degree program who has
completed at least the normal requirements for
the first year of the degree program in which
the student is registered and will attend the
Fredericton campus during the tenure of the
scholarship. Recipient must be a student in a
leadership position in student organizations
that would involve the entire student body, such
as student government, The Brunswickan,
CHSR, etc. The selection is made on the basis
of scholastic attainment and financial need.
donor: Julia MacLauchlan and Warren
McKenzie.
Julianna K. MacLeod Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: Approximately $400.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Preference is given to a full time or part time
student enrolled in the post RN Nursing degree
program. Masters and Doctoral Nursing
students are also eligible for consideration.
Recipients must be registered with the Nurses
Association of New Brunswick (NANB).
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Nursing.
donor: The New Brunswick Nurses Foundation.
Miss A.J. MacMaster School of
Nursing Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded annually
to a student entering the fourth year of the
generic BN program at the Moncton Site who
has demonstrated proficiency in nursing
practice, scholastic attainment and has made a
significant contribution to campus life. Financial
need is a criterion. Preference will be given to a
graduate of a New Brunswick high school.
awarding agency: The University in
consultation with the Nursing Faculty at the
Moncton Site. donor: The Board of Trustees,
The Miss A. J. MacMaster School of Nursing
and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
E.D. Maher Scholarship
field: Business Administration. value:
Approximately $1,700. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need to a
student continuing beyond first year (30 ch) in
the BBA program. donor: Students, faculty,
staff, graduates, organizations, and friends in
recognition of E.D. Maher's many contributions
to the University community and, in particular,
to the undergraduate business program.
A.L. McAllister Scholarship
field: Applied Geology. value: Approximately
$2,500. number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Open to students entering their final year of the
Undergraduate Geology degree program.
Selection will be made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and involvement in
extracurricular activities. awarding agency:
University on the recommendation of the Chair
of the Geology Dept. donor: Friends, students,
and colleagues of Dr. Arnie McAllister on the
occasion of his retirement.
J. Nairn McCaffrey Memorial
Scholarship
field: Civil Engineering value: Variable.
number: Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of scholastic attainment
and financial need to Civil Engineering
students. donor: The late Catherine Phyllis
McCaffrey.
John J. McCaffrey Scholarship
field: Science (Biology). value: Variable.
number: Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded primarily on the basis of academic
performance to students in the Science degree
program who have demonstrated excellence in
at least nine credit hours in Biology. donor: The
late Catherine Phyllis McCaffrey.
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Sheri Lynne McCordick Memorial
Bursary
field: Education. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of financial need to a Fredericton campus
student enrolled in the Bachelor of Education
degree program. The recipient must
demonstrate successful academic
performance. donor: Family and friends of the
late Sheri Lynne McCordick, a former UNB
student.
Mary (Nee Outlet) McDougall
Memorial Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student who has a physical disability on the
Fredericton campus on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. Preference
given to Education students. donor: Family and
friends of the late Mary McDougall, a former
UNB Education student.
McElhanney Scholarship
field: Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering.
value: $2,500. number: 1. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded to a Geodesy and
Geomatics Engineering student who has
completed or has enrolled in two of the four
cadastral surveying option courses: GGE5521
Survey Law; GGE5532 Land Economy and
Administration; GGE5313 Urban Planning or
CE5342 Site Planning. Selection will be based
on academic achievement (minimum 3.2
scholarship gpa). Demonstrated leadership
ability and innovative skills will also be taken
into consideration in selecting the recipient for
this award. awarding agency: The University,
on the recommendation of the Faculty of
Engineering. donor: McElhanney Land Surveys
Ltd.
Peter McGahan Memorial
Scholarship
field: Arts. value: Approximately $1000.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a full-time or part-time student on
the Saint John campus who is enrolled in the
Faculty of Arts, and has achieved a high
academic standing after 60 credit hours of
study. The student should have demonstrated
in his/her course selection a desire to explore
as many disciplines as possible at the lower
level. This reflects the philosophy of Peter
McGahan that students in the first two years of
a BA degree should diversify rather than
specialize. awarding agency: The University on
the recommendation of the Dean of Arts, UNB
Saint John, in consultation with the
departmental chairs in the Faculty of Arts.
donor: Faculty, staff, family and friends of the
late Peter McGahan.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Arlee Hoyt McGee Nursing History
Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: Approximately $500.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open
to Nursing students at any of the four University
of New Brunswick sites who are graduates of a
New Brunswick high school and have
completed at least the minimum requirements
for the first year of a Nursing degree program.
Selection will be based on academic
achievement and financial need. Preference
will be given to students who are registered in
the NURS 4335 "Nursing and Nurses Images in
the Media: Unintended Consequences." donor:
Family and friends of the late Arlee Hoyt
McGee and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
time students may be considered for this
award. Selection will be made on the basis of
scholastic attainment. awarding agency: The
University, on the recommendation of the
Coordinator of English, Dept. of Humanities
and Languages, UNB Saint John donor: The
estate of Mary McKean.
Bryden De Blois Millidge Memorial
Scholarship
field: Business Administration. value: Up to
$1,000. number: 1. duration: 1 year (may be
renewed). conditions: Awarded on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need to a
BBA student on the Fredericton campus who
has completed at least one year (minimum 30
ch) of the Business degree program. donor:
The late Mrs. Brydone deBlois Millidge.
Rose May and Reta Mae McGee
Memorial Scholarship
Rachel Moffatt Memorial Scholarship
students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts
program. Preference will be given to a student
enrolled in one or more subjects in the
humanities and languages disciplines.
Selection will be based on scholastic
attainment and financial need. awarding
agency: The University. donor: Robert Harley
McGee.
annually to a student who has completed a
minimum of one academic year in the Nursing
program. Demonstrated excellence in nursing
practice, active participation in the Nursing
Society, and financial need will be the criteria of
the award. Preference will be given to students
resident in New Brunswick. donor: The Nursing
Society of the University of New Brunswick in
memory of Rachel Moffatt who died March 16,
1979.
field: Arts. value: $2500. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Open to Fredericton campus
Mary McKean English Major
Scholarship
field: English value: $1000. number: 2.
duration: Up to 2 years. conditions: Awarded to
Saint John Campus students who are majoring
in English, in either the honours, single majors,
or double majors program, and who have
completed 60ch and are entering their third
year. Selection is made on the basis of
scholastic attainment. awarding agency: The
University, on the recommendation of the
Coordinator of English, Department of
Humanities and Languages, UNB Saint John.
donor: The estate of Mary McKean.
Mary McKean English Student Award
field: English value: $300. number: 1. duration:
1 year. conditions: Awarded to a Saint John
campus student who is majoring in English, in
either honours, single majors or dougle majors
and who, in addition to his or her academic
achievement, has contributed to the life of the
English discipline and has taken a leadership
role among his or her peers in order to improve
the general educational and arts experience of
the student body. awarding agency: The
University, on the recommendation of the
Coordinator of English, Department of
Humanities and Languages, UNB Saint John.
donor: The estate of Mary McKean.
Mary McKean Scholarships for Upper
Level Students in English
field: English value: $300. number: Up to 10.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to Saint
John campus students who are majoring in
English, in either the honours, single majors, or
double majors program, and who have
completed 90 ch of their degree program. Part-
field: Nursing. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: To be given
Kenneth D. Moore Memorial
Scholarship
field: Business Administration. value:
Approximately $500. number: 1 duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded annually on the
basis of academic performance and financial
need to a student entering the second year
(completed 30 ch) of the BBA degree program
on the Fredericton campus. donor: Canadian
Retail Shippers' Association.
Mosaic Technologies Corporation
Scholarship
field: BA (Multimedia) value: $1500. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
Fredericton campus student who has
completed at least the normal requirements for
the first year of the Bachelor of Arts (Multimedia
Studies) degree program. Selection will be
based on scholastic attainment and an essay
on the technology industry in New Brunswick.
Preference will be given to a graduate of a New
Brunswick high school. apply: The Faculty of
Arts, UNB Fredericton. awarding agency: The
University on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Arts. donor: Mosaic Technologies
Corporation.
Florence L. Murray Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Multiple. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to a
Jack Murray Memorial Scholarship
field: Arts. value: Approximately $1,500.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a student who has completed a
minimum of 60 credit hours at UNB in the
Faculty of Arts degree program and has made
a contribution to student life at the University.
donor: Family and friends of the late Jack
Murray.
Luz Murray Memorial Scholarship in
Music Education
field: Music Education. value: Variable.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open
to students who are enrolled in the BEd
program and who have demonstrated
excellence in the study of music education at
the University of New Brunswick. awarding
agency: The University on the recommendation
of the Faculty of Education. donor: Mr. Bruce
Murray, in memory of his wife, Luz.
New Brunswick Telephone Company
Limited Scholarship
field: Business Administration. value: $1,500.
number: 2 duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded primarily on the basis of academic
performance to students in the Business
Administration degree program who have
completed at least the normal requirements for
the first year of the degree program. Eligible
candidates must be residents of the Province of
New Brunswick. donor: The New Brunswick
Telephone Company Limited.
Nurses Association of New Brunswick
Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
full time or part time nursing students with
preference given to students in the Post RN
Nursing degree program. Masters and Doctoral
Nursing students are also eligible for
consideration. Recipients must be registered
with the Nurses Association of New Brunswick
(NANB). apply: Dean of Nursing, UNBF and the
Chairperson, Department of Nursing, UNBSJ.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Nursing.
donor: The New Brunswick Nurses Foundation.
Nursing Alumni Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: To be given
annually to a student entering the junior or
senior year of the basic degree program in the
Faculty of Nursing. Demonstrated leadership
skills, scholastic attainment, and financial need
will be the criteria of the award. awarding
agency: The University on the recommendation
of the Faculty of Nursing. donor: UNB Nursing
Alumni.
student who has completed at least the normal
requirements for the first year of the program in
which he/she is registered at the University.
donor: The late Alexander Ronald Murray.
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
OAO Technology Scholarship
field: Computer Science value: $4,000 number:
1 duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to students
who are graduates of a New Brunswick high
school and are entering their final year in the
Bachelor of Computer Science degree program
or Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) on
either campus. Selection will be based on
scholastic attainment as well as the
demonstration of sound business acumen.
Candidates will provide evidence of suitability
for work in the IT industry as well as a
documented history of work, volunteer activities
and/or community involvement. A 250-word
essay will be requested of shortlisted
candidates. Shortlisted candidates will be
interviewed by OAO Technology. apply:
Faculty of Computer Science, UNB. awarding
agency: The University, on the
recommendation of a committee comprised of
representatives from OAO Technology and the
Faculty of Computer Science, UNB. donor:
OAO Technology Inc.
Ottawa Alumni Chapter Thomas
Foulkes Sr. Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student who has completed at least the normal
requirements for the first year of the program in
which the student is registered at the
University. Eligible candidates must be
residents from any point in Ontario east of a
Deep River -Gananoque line, and areas of
Quebec bordering the Ottawa River from
Davidson to Grenville. Consideration will be
given to participation in extracurricular
activities. donor: Ottawa Chapter, UNB Alumni.
Pacific Regeneration Technologies
Scholarship
field: Forestry & Environmental Management.
value: $1,000. number: 1. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded to a student in the
Forestry and Environmental Management
Faculty entering the final year of the
undergraduate program. The scholarship is
intended to encourage pursuit of specialized
study in silviculture, particularly issues dealing
with regeneration. Selections are based on
performance and potential of students
exhibiting qualities and abilities associated with
high levels of reflective professional practice.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management. donor: Pacific
Regeneration Technologies.
Mabel Parker Bursary
field: Education. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
Fredericton campus student enrolled in the
Consecutive or Concurrent Education degree
program who has demonstrated satisfactory
academic performance. The recipient must
have a demonstrated interest in dealing with
children who have learning disabilities or who
are mentally challenged. Preference will be
given to graduates of a Charlotte County high
school. awarding agency: The University, on
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the recommendation of the Faculty of
Education donor: St. Stephen and District
Association for Community Living.
Anthony C. Passaris Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $500. number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
international visa students attending UNB
Fredericton who have completed, at UNB, at
least the normal requirements for the first year
of the program in which they are registered.
Selections are made primarily on the basis of
scholastic attainment. donor: Professor
Constantine Passaris.
Mary Passaris Memorial Scholarship
field: Economics value: $500 number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to female
Fredericton campus students majoring in
economics who have completed their second
or third year of studies (minimum 60 ch) and
who have demonstrated academic
accomplishment, and extra curricular
involvement in the life of the University.
awarding agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Department of
Economics, UNB Fredericton donor: Professor
Constantine E. Passaris.
David J.S. Patel Memorial
Scholarship
field: Science. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to students
in Science on the Saint John campus who have
completed at least the normal requirements for
the first year of the program in which they are
registered. donor: Family and friends of the late
David Patel.
Dr. & Mrs. Fletcher Peacock
Scholarship in Education
field: Education. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to a student
in the Faculty of Education, with preference to a
student in Vocational Education, who is in the
Bachelor of Education degree program, and
who has successfully completed a minimum of
six credit hours in the study of people who are
Physically and/or Mentally Disabled. awarding
agency: The University in consultation with the
Faculty of Education. donor: Mrs. Jessie W.
Sharpe.
Dr. Robert M. Pendrigh Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: Approximately $1,500.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open
to a student entering the senior year in either
the Basic or Post R.N. Nursing program, with
high marks in Nursing courses for the previous
two years of study. Financial need will be a
criterion in making the award. awarding
agency: The University in consultation with the
Faculty of Nursing. donor: The late Dr. Robert
M. Pendrigh.
Margaret Jean (Scott) Peters
Memorial Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
students entering the sophomore (44-49 ch),
junior (90-95 ch), or senior (131-135 ch) year in
the Basic Nursing Program or students entering
the junior (34-39 ch) or senior (68-73 ch) year
of the Post RN Program. Awarded on the basis
of scholastic attainment and demonstrated
excellence in nursing practice. awarding
agency: The University in consultation with the
Faculty of Nursing. donor: Mr. Douglas B.
Peters.
Ernest & Blanche LeBel Picot
Scholarship
field: Education - French Second Language
Program. value: Variable. number: Variable.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded primarily
on the basis of program performance to
students with a French Education (core or
immersion) concentration who have completed
a least 66 ch of their degree program.
Candidates must have completed year two
French courses, obtained a mark of B or higher
on all French courses taken since the
beginning of their program, and have a
cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. apply:
Assistant Registrar, Undergraduate Awards,
and the Director of the Second Language
Teacher Education Centre. awarding agency:
The University on the recommendation of the
UNB Director of the Second Language Teacher
Education Centre. donor: The late Dr. J.E.
Picot (and his family).
Dr. Douglas G. Pincock Electrical
Engineering Scholarship
field: Electrical Engineering. value: $2500.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a Fredericton campus student who
is entering the third or fourth year of study in
the Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) degree
program. Selection will be based on academic
achievement. Preference will be given to a
student who is involved in extracurricular
activities. donor: AMIRIX Systems Inc.
Fernando Poyatos Scholarship
field: Arts. value: Variable. number: 1. duration:
1 year. conditions: Awarded to a Fredericton
campus student who is in the honours program
in Anthropology, Psychology or Sociology.
Selection will be based on academic
attainment and financial need. donor: Fernando
Poyatos, UNB Professor Emeritus, has
donated his portion of the proceeds from the
book "Impressions of Historic Fredericton" to
establish this award.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Frank & Isa Pridham Memorial
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately
$1,000. number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Open to Fredericton campus students who
have completed at least the normal
requirements for the first year of the degree
program in which they are registered at UNB.
Preference may be given to residents of
Fredericton, NB and to students in the Arts or
Science degree programs. donor: Mrs. Doreen
E. Estey and the Pridham Family, in memory of
Frank and Isa Pridham.
Professional Foresters Scholarship
field: Forestry and/or Forest Engineering.
value: $500. number: 3. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded primarily on the basis of
scholastic attainment to Fredericton campus
students entering the third, fourth or fifth year of
either the BScF or BScFE programs. Evidence
of leadership, as demonstrated by involvement
in extra-curricular activities, executive positions
in student societies, etc., will also be a
consideration. awarding agency: The
University on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Forestry and Environmental
Management. donor: The Association of
Registered Professional Foresters of New
Brunswick.
Walker H. Rideout Scholarship
field: Science (Chemistry). value: Variable.
number: Variable duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of scholastic attainment
and financial need to Fredericton campus
students in the Science degree program who
are entering the penultimate year (minimum 80
ch completed) in the Honours or Majors
program in Chemistry. donor: Mr. Walker H.
Rideout.
Dr. B. W. Robertson Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year (students may reapply).
conditions: A student from York County who
has completed at least the normal
requirements for the first year of the degree
program in which registered at UNB.
Preference will be given to students from the
Mouth of Keswick postal area. Selections are
made on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need. donor: Family and friends of the
late B.W. Robertson and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
Marion Fleet Rogers Alumnae
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
female Saint John Student who has completed
the minimum requirements for the first year of
her degree program. Selection will be based on
academic achievement and financial need.
awarding agency: The University, in
association with the Associated Alumnae.
donor: The Associated Alumnae.
Rosetta Caroline Scholarship
field: Mathematics. value: Up to $500.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a female student on the Saint John
campus who is majoring in Mathematics.
Selection will be based on academic
achievement and financial need. donor: Dr.
Keith De’Bell in memory of his mother.
Royal Canadian Regiment Milton
Fowler Gregg VC Memorial Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: $800. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
basis of financial need and promise shown in
areas of environmental management or
international affairs. donor: The Royal
Canadian Regiment.
ROYTEC/Faculty of Administration
Scholarship
field: Business Administration. value: Variable.
number: Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to ROYTEC students who have been
officially accepted to the UNB/BBA program
and are attending the ROYTEC site. Selection
is made on the basis of scholastic attainment
and financial need. apply: ROYTEC Registrar.
donor: UNB Faculty of Administration.
Saint John Chapter Nurses
Association of New Brunswick
Bursary
field: Nursing. value: Approximately $500.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Award
is open only to students on the Saint John
campus. Preference is given to a full time or
part time student from the Saint John area
enrolled in the post RN Nursing degree
program. Masters and Doctoral Nursing
students are also eligible. The recipient must
be registered with the Nurses Association of
New Brunswick (NANB). apply: Dean of
Nursing, UNBF and the Chairperson,
Department of Nursing, UNBSJ. awarding
agency: The University on the recommendation
of the Faculty of Nursing. donor: The New
Brunswick Nurses Foundation.
David Bruce Ritchie Schousboe
Memorial Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
student on the Fredericton campus who is a
graduate of a Fredericton high school and has
completed at least the normal requirements for
the first year of the degree program in which
registered. Selections are made on the basis of
scholastic attainment, financial need and
participation in extracurricular activities. donor:
Friends of the late David Bruce Ritchie
Schousboe, a former UNB student and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
Scoudouc River University Awards
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. duration: 1
year. conditions: Tenable at a university in New
Brunswick. May be held elsewhere if the
program is not available in New Brunswick.
Awards are open to those who have "signal
promise" but are especially needy or
handicapped in any way; or, to those with
unusual direction or promise; or, to those of
distinct interest not qualified for other regularly
established scholarships. Nominees must be
enrolled in undergraduate or graduate
programs. At the time of nomination the
nominee must be domiciled in the Province of
New Brunswick. Candidates taking up a
Scoudouc River University Award may not
hold, during the tenure of that award, other
major financial awards. Candidates will be
approved by the President. donor: The late Dr.
William L. Webster and the New Brunswick
University Opportunities Fund.
Lewis Gregory Sears Memorial
Scholarship
field: Mathematics. value: Variable. number: l
or more. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
students on the basis of scholastic attainment,
who have completed at UNB at least the
normal requirements for the first year of an
undergraduate degree program, and have
demonstrated excellence in a minimum of four
term courses in Mathematics. donor: The late
Marjorie Sears, in memory of Lewis Gregory
Sears, B.A., Class of 1929.
Harold Sharp Undergraduate Bursary
field: Business Administration. value: Variable.
number: Variable. duration: 1 year (may be
renewed). conditions: Awarded on the basis of
financial need to a student or students
continuing beyond the first year (30 credit
hours) in the BBA program on the Fredericton
campus. The recipient must have at least an
average academic record (minimum 2.5
assessment year grade point average).
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Faculty of
Administration. donor: Faculty, staff and friends
of the Faculty of Admininstration.
Alvin Shaw Memorial Scholarship in
Drama Production
field: Arts. value: $2000. number: 1. duration:
Up to three years. conditions: Awarded to a
Fredericton campus student who is enrolled in
a Fine Arts Minor under the Bachelor of Arts
degree program and who is judged to be a top
performer in English 2170. Renewal of this
scholarship is based on satisfactory
performance and progress through the
program. awarding agency: The University, on
the recommendation of the Director of Drama.
donor: Alvin Shaw.
Margaret C. Sheldrick Memorial
Scholarship in Arts (Philosophy or
Political Science)
field: Arts value: $ 525 number: 1 duration: 1
year conditions: Open to graduates of a New
Brunswick high school, in the Faculty of Arts,
who have completed at least the normal
requirements for the first year of the Arts
degree program at UNB. Preference will be
given to students who have demonstrated
excellence in at least one six credit hour course
in Philosophy or Political Science. Financial
need will be a consideration in making the
award. donor: The late Col. (Ret'd) K. Douglas
Sheldrick.
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Margaret C. Sheldrick Memorial
Scholarship in Arts (English)
field: Arts. value: $525. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Open to graduates of a New
Brunswick high school, in the Faculty of Arts,
who have completed at least the normal
requirements for the first year of the Arts
degree program at UNB. Preference will be
given to students who have demonstrated
excellence in at least one six credit hour course
in English. Financial need will be a
consideration in making the award. donor: The
late Col. (Ret'd) K. Douglas Sheldrick.
Ross Silversides Memorial
Scholarship in Forestry
field: Forestry and Environmental
Management. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
Canadian citizen or permanent resident who is
a Fredericton Campus student in the faculty of
Forestry and Environmental Management.
Selection is made on the basis of academic
achievement with consideration given to
financial need. awarding agency: The
University on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Forestry and Environmental
Management. donor: Bessie E. Silversides and
friends of the late Ross Silversides.
Ram and Nirmal Singhal Bursary
field: unrestricted value: $500 number: 2 or
more. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on
the basis of financial need to Fredericton
campus students who have completed the
minimum requirements for the first year of the
degree program in which they are registered at
UNB. Preference will first be given to students
from India, secondarily to other international
students, and then to all Fredericton campus
students. Recipients must have demonstrated
successful academic performance. awarding
agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the International Student
Advisor. donor: Dr. Ram Singhal, MSc '69, PhD
'73, and Nirmal Singal, BBA '79.
F. Dorothy Skene Memorial
Scholarship
field: Education. value: Variable. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to a student
who is entering the third or fourth year of
studies in the Concurrent program in the
Faculty of Education and has shown potential
for a high degree of professional ability as a
teacher. donor: The Victor Hatheway Chapter
of the I.O.D.E.
Judith Diane (McKay) Slipp Memorial
Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: $500. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
Fredericton campus student entering the final
year of the Basic Nursing Program, with
preference given to a graduate of a Fredericton
area high school. Selection is made on the
basis of scholastic attainment. awarding
agency: The University on the recommendation
of the Faculty of Nursing. donor: Family and
friends of the late Judith Diane (McKay) Slipp,
BN '67.
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A.R. Mearle Smith Bursary
field: Engineering (preference Mechanical
Engineering). value: Variable. number:
Variable duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
graduates of Bathurst High School requiring
financial assistance who are currently enrolled
in Engineering at UNB, and who have
completed at least the normal requirements for
the first year of the Engineering program at
UNB. Preference will be given to Mechanical
Engineering students. donor: The late A.R.
Mearle Smith.
Dr. G.F.M. Smith Memorial
Scholarship
field: Biological Sciences. value: Approximately
$1,800. number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a UNBF student in the Faculty of
Science who has completed a minimum of 75
ch, who is majoring or honouring in Biology
(including interdisciplinary programs) and who
has good academic standing, high personal
integrity and an apparent aptitude for research.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Biology Department.
donor: The family of the late G.F.M. Smith.
Sodexho Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Unrestricted. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
Fredericton campus students who have
completed at UNB at least the normal
requirements for the first year of the degree
program in which they are registered.
Selections are made on the basis of scholastic
attainment. donor: This scholarship was
established by Sodexho.
Sr. Darrah/St. Josephs Hospital
Alumni Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: Approximately $650.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Award
is open only to students on the Saint John
campus. Preference is given to a full time or
part time student enrolled in the post RN
Nursing degree. Masters and Doctoral Nursing
students are also eligible. The recipient must
be registered with the Nurses Association of
New Brunswick (NANB). apply: Chairperson,
Department of Nursing, UNBSJ. awarding
agency: The University on the recommendation
of the Department of Nursing, UNBSJ. donor:
The New Brunswick Nurses Foundation.
Ste. Anne's Point Chapter I.O.D.E.
Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Minimum $200.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of academic
performance and financial need to a
Fredericton campus UNB student who is
entering the penultimate or final year of an
undergraduate degree program. donor: Ste.
Anne's Point Chapter IODE.
Murray F. Stewart Scholarship
field: Education-English Education. value:
Variable. number: 1. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded to a BEd (Consecutive) or
BEd (Concurrent) student who has completed
three years of study in an Arts degree with a
major in English including courses in English
composition and/or linguistics and who plans to
pursue a concentration in literacy/language arts
in Education. Selection is made on the basis of
scholastic attainment with consideration of
financial need. apply: Assistant Registrar,
Undergraduate Awards and the Chair of the
Department of Curriculum and Instruction.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Education.
donor: Murray F. Stewart, former English
education professor at UNB.
Stora Enso Port Hawkesbury Limited
Scholarship
field: Forestry or Forest Engineering. value:
Approximately $750. number: 3. duration: 1
year. conditions: Open to graduates of a Nova
Scotia high school who have completed at least
the requirements for the first year of the
Forestry or Forest Engineering program at
UNB. Selections are made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need.
donor: Stora Enso Port Hawkesbury Limited.
Stora Enso Exchange Scholarship
field: Forestry or Forest Engineering value:
$2,500. number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Open to Fredericton campus students
participating in the exchange program with the
Faculty of Forestry at the Swedish University of
Agricultural Sciences. Selection is made on the
basis of scholastic attainment; preference will
be given to students from Nova Scotia.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management donor: Stora Enso
Port Hawkesbury Limited.
Student Union Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1
or more. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
on the basis of financial need, to a member of
the Student Union (i.e. paid the student activity
fee), who has completed the normal
requirements for the first year of the program in
which the student is registered. donor: The
UNB Student Union.
Dr. Jed B. Sutherland Memorial
Bursary
field: Nursing. value: Minimum $500. number:
1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a full
or part-time student entering the 4th year of the
baccalaureate Nursing degree program at UNB
who, as recommended by faculty, has
demonstrated caring and commitment in the
care of older adults. apply: Dean of Nursing,
University of New Brunswick. awarding agency:
The University on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Nursing. donor: Alzheimer Society of
New Brunswick and family of the late Dr. Jed B.
Sutherland and the New Brunswick University
Opportunities Fund.
SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Sutton-Wilkinson Memorial Bursary
field: Engineering (preference to Civil
Engineering). value: Approximately $500.
number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded on the basis of financial need to a
Fredericton campus Engineering student, with
preference given to a student in Civil
Engineering. The recipient must have
demonstrated successful academic
performance. donor: Friends of the late Wade
Sutton and the late Kevin Wilkinson.
Anne D. Thorne Saint John School of
Nursing Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to a graduate of the Saint John School of
Nursing who is enrolled in Nursing on the Saint
John campus on a full-time or part-time basis.
Financial need will be a consideration in the
selection process. In the event that the pool of
former graduates of the Saint John School of
Nursing furthering their education is deemed to
be depleted, the scholarship will be awarded to
a high school graduate from the Saint John
area who is enrolled in Nursing at the
University of New Brunswick on the Saint John
campus on a basis. Financial need will remain
a consideration in the awarding of the
scholarship apply: Chairperson, Department of
Nursing, UNB Saint John. awarding agency:
The University on the recommendation of the
Department of Nursing, UNB Saint John.
donor: Saint John School of Nursing.
Paul C.C. Ting Memorial Scholarship
field: Electrical Engineering. value:
Approximately $1,700. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Open to students who have
completed the normal requirements for the first
two years of the Electrical Engineering degree
program and who have demonstrated
outstanding performance in the study of electric
circuits. awarding agency: The University on
the recommendation of the Faculty of
Engineering. donor: Family and friends of Paul
Ting.
Tourism Synergy Ltd. Scholarship
field: Bachelor of Applied Management in
Hospitality and Tourism. value: $1000/$500.
number: 2. duration: 1 year. conditions: One
scholarship valued at $1000 will be awarded to
a student who has completed a two-year
diploma at an articulated Community College
and is entering the BAMHT degree program at
UNB Saint John. Selection will be based on
scholastic achievement and experience in the
hospitality and tourism industry. One
scholarship valued at $500 will be awarded to a
student entering the third year of the BAMHT
degree program at UNB Saint John after
completing the second year at the New
Brunswick Community College in St. Andrews.
Selection will be based on scholastic
achievement. awarding agency: The University
on the recommendation of the Director of the
BAMHT degree program. donor: Tourism
Synergy Ltd.
D. O. Turnbull Memorial Scholarship
field: Engineering. value: $2,000. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: May be awarded
annually to a New Brunswick student who has
completed his or her penultimate year of
Engineering with high academic standing.
donor: Association of Professional Engineers
and Geoscientists Of New Brunswick
Foundation for Education.
UNB Third Century Fund Merit Award
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to student demonstrating a special talent and
showing successful academic performance.
donor: Contributors to the Third Century Fund.
UNB Third Century Fund Saint John
Scholarship
UNB Associated Alumni Leadership
Award
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded on the
has completed the normal requirements for at
least the first year of an undergraduate degree
program, with preference being given to a
student entering his/her final year. Selection
will be made on the basis of evidence of
leadership experiences as demonstrated by
involvement in extracurricular activities
benefiting student life and the surrounding
community which indicate the potential to
advance the interests of the Associated Alumni
after graduation, and successful academic
achievement. awarding agency: The
University, in consultation with the Associated
Alumni. donor: UNB Associated Alumni.
UNB Third Century Fund Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Approximately half
tuition for the year. number: Variable. duration:
1 year. conditions: Awarded to a student who
UNB Saint John Student Abroad
Travel Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to a UNB Saint John student who has
completed at least two years of the degree
requirements for his/her program and has been
accepted into another university as part of an
exchange program with a UNB-approved
institutional partner. Selection will be based on
academic achievement and financial need.
apply: Student Abroad Office, UNB Saint John.
awarding agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Director of the
International Liaison Office, UNB Saint John.
UNB Saint John Students'
Representative Council Bursary
field: Unrestricted value: $500 number: 1
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded to a Saint
John campus student who has completed at
UNB Saint John at least the normal
requirements for the first year of a degree
program and has demonstrated successful
academic performance. Selection will be made
on the basis of financial need and involvement
in extracurricular activities. donor: Students'
Representative Council, UNB Saint John.
UNB Saint John Students'
Representative Council Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: $500 number: 1
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded to a Saint
John campus student who has completed at
UNB Saint John at least the normal
requirements for the first year of a degree
program. Selection will be made on the basis of
scholastic attainment, financial need and
involvement in extra-curricular activities. donor:
Students' Representative Council, UNB Saint
John.
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need to a student on the Saint John campus.
donor: Contributors to the Third Century Fund.
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to students on the basis of scholastic
attainment and financial need. donor:
Contributors to the Third Century Fund.
University Faculty & Staff
Undergraduate Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Multiple duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
students who have completed at least the
normal requirements for the first year of the
program in which they are registered at the
University. Selections are made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need.
donor: Contributors to the University Faculty/
Staff Fund.
University of New BrunswickUniversity of Maine Exchange
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: UNB Tuition +$500
number: 3. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Scholarships available for the Junior Year at
the University of Maine. The program selected
at Maine must be approved by the respective
Department at UNB. The scholarship is to
cover tuition at the home university of the
student (UNB). Students may hold other
scholarships. Note: this award is available
based on the parity of the exchange program
between the University of New Brunswick and
the University of Maine. apply: International
Student Advisor. awarding agency: The
University Exchange Committee. donor: The
University.
Janet Lorraine and Bruce Allen Van
Stone Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: $500. number: 1.
duration: Up to 4 years. conditions: Awarded on
the basis of financial need to a full-time or parttime female Fredericton campus student who
has a dependent child or children and who has
completed at least the normal requirements of
the first year of her degree program. The
recipient must be a resident of New Brunswick.
One scholarship will be awarded every 4 years.
donor: Bruce Van Stone and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO CONTINUING UNB STUDENTS
Ken Vaughan Memorial Bursary
field: Civil Engineering. value: Variable.
number: Variable duration: 1 year. conditions:
Open to Civil Engineering students who have
completed at least the normal requirements for
the first year of the Civil Engineering degree
program (minimum 40 ch). Selections are
made on the basis of scholastic attainment and
financial need. donor: The Moncton Motor
Sport Club.
Dr. Bernie Vigod Memorial
Scholarship
field: History. value: $1,000 per year. number: 1
each year. duration: 2 years. conditions:
Awarded on the recommendation of the
Department of History to an outstanding
Fredericton campus student entering the
Honours program in History. donor: Family and
friends of the late Bernie Vigod.
Bakhshi Jawahar Vohra Scholarship
field: Engineering. value: Approximately $1,000
number: 1 duration: 1years. conditions:
Awarded to a Fredericton campus student who
has completed more than 38 credit hours and
less than 111 credit hours in the Bachelor of
Science in Engineering (Electrical or
Computer) degree program. The scholarship
will be awarded to a student who has a
scholarship grade point average of 3.7 or
higher (Dean’s List) and has been involved with
and contributed the most to activities of their
local community. Preference will be given to
the student who has shown a willingness to
serve the needs of others while pursuing their
course of academic study. awarding agency:
The University, on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Engineering. donor: Friends and
family of B.J. Vohra.
Jennifer Prosser Wade Scholarship
field: Interdisciplinary Leadership. value:
Approximately $1,000. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded to a Fredericton
campus student who has completed at least
the requirements for the first year of the
Bachelor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary
Leadership degree program offered by UNB's
Renaissance College and who is a graduate of
a New Brunswick high school. Selection will be
based on academic achievement and financial
need. donor: Dr. Jennifer A. Wade and the New
Brunswick University Opportunities Fund.
Lorenzo N. Wadlin Scholarship
field: One in Mechanical Engineering and one
unrestricted. value: Approximately $525.
number: 2. duration: 1 year. conditions: One
scholarship to a student entering the fifth term
of Mechanical Engineering, who is a native of
Charlotte County, and who makes a grade of at
least B in the final examination in Mathematics
for the year in which the scholarship is given. In
the event that in any one year there should not
be in Mechanical Engineering a student from
Charlotte County, then the scholarship shall be
given to such student from any other county in
the Province of New Brunswick who obtains a
standing of B in Mathematics in the final
examination for that year. The second
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scholarship is to be awarded to a student
entering the third term in any faculty, who
obtains high academic standing of B+ or more.
apply: Mechanical Engineering Scholarship,
Dean of Engineering, UNB. Second
scholarship, Undergraduate Awards Office,
UNB. donor: The late Lorenzo N. Wadlin.
Dr. Theodore Weiner Memorial
Scholarship
field: Science and Engineering. value: Variable.
number: 2. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded annually to students on the
Fredericton campus, one in Science, giving
preference to Physics, and one in Engineering.
The recipients must have completed at least
the normal requirements for the first year of
their program at UNB. Selection is made on the
basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need. donor: Family, colleagues and friends of
the late Dr. Theodrore Weiner, Professor
Emeritus of Physics, who taught at UNB from
1947-1975.
Roberta Wilson Weiner Scholarship
field: Arts. value: Approximately $1,000.
number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded annually to a student on the
Fredericton campus who has successfully
completed at least the first year of an Arts
degree program on the Fredericton campus.
Selection is to be made on the basis of
academic achievement and financial need.
Through this scholarship, the donor hopes to
encourage students to enter such fields as
library, archives, gallery or museum work. This
scholarship is tenable at UNBF. donor: Mrs.
R.W. Weiner.
Frank McLeod Whelpley Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $200. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Deserving young
man who needs financial assistance to
complete his university course. donor: Mrs.
C.W. Whelpley.
Leah Whitton Graduate of A. J.
MacMaster School of Nursing
Memorial Bursary
field: Nursing. value: $250 number: 1 duration:
1 year. conditions: Awarded on the basis of
financial need and successful academic
performance, to a student, at the completion of
the normal requirements for the first year of the
Nursing degree program at the Moncton site.
awarding agency: The University in
consultation with the Nursing faculty at the
Moncton Site. donor: Mr. Bill Whitton and Mrs.
Edna Whitton, parents of the late Leah Whitton,
a 1994 graduate of the A.J. MacMaster School
of Nursing.
H. D. Woods Memorial Bursary
field: Business Administration. value:
Approximately $700. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded on the basis of
financial need to a student continuing beyond
the first year (30 ch) in the BBA program on the
Fredericton campus. The recipient must have
at least an average academic record. This
Bursary was established to recognize the
outstanding contributions made by the late
Professor H.D. Woods to industrial relations,
and to the students and Faculty of
Administration at UNB. awarding agency: The
University on the recommendation of Faculty of
Administration. donor: Friends and family of the
late H.D.
Richard Laurence Weldon
Scholarship
Johann Wordel Scholarship
primarily on the basis of scholastic attainment.
campus students who have completed at least
30 credit hours or one year of study in the Civil
Engineering degree program and have
achieved at least a B+ average (3.3 gpa). This
scholarship is open to second and third year
students in Civil Engineering and may be
renewed through annual application
procedures if the student maintains at least a
B+ or 75% average (3.3 gpa). Recipients must
have been born in New Brunswick or have
resided in New Brunswick 10 months prior to
attending UNB. awarding agency: The
University on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Engineering. donor: The late Johann
Wordel.
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
donor: The late Sylvia Thoresen Weldon.
Westcoast Energy Scholarship in
Engineering
field: Civil, Chemical or Mechanical
Engineering. value: $5000. number: 2.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
students who have completed at least the
requirements for the first year of the Civil,
Chemical or Mechanical Engineering degree
program. Selection will be based on academic
achievement. donor: Westcoast Energy Inc.
Weyerhaeuser Community Education
Scholarship
field: Forestry or Forest Engineering. value:
$3,000. number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a Fredericton campus student who
has completed the minimum requirements for
the first year of the Bachelor of Forestry or
Bachelor of Forest Engineering degree
program. Preference will be given to a student
from a Weyerhaeuser community in Canada.
Selection will be made on academic
achievement. awarding agency: The
University, on the recommendation of the
Faculty of Forestry. donor: Weyerhaeuser
Company Limited, through the Weyerhaeuser
Community Education Awards Program.
field: Civil Engineering. value: Variable.
number: Variable. duration: 1 year (may be
renewed.) conditions: Awarded to Fredericton
Dr. Haider R. Zaidi Memorial
Scholarship
field: Physics or Mathematics. value:
Approximately $500. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded to a Fredericton
campus student majoring in Physics or
Mathematics who has successfully completed
the minimum credit hour requirements for two
years of study and a has achieved a minimum
GPA of 3.7. Selection will be based on
scholastic attainment and financial need.
Preference will be given to Physics students.
awarding agency: The University, on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Science.
donor: Family of the late Dr. Haider R. Zaidi.
PRIZES & AWARDS
PRIZES AND AWARDS
Alumni Prize
Prizes are awarded for specific academic
achievement. Normally, they are awarded by
the Registrars' Offices on behalf of the
University and are based on the
recommendation of the appropriate
Department or Faculty.A selected group of
University-level and Faculty-level prizes are
presented to the recipients at Encaenia or
Convocation, as appropriate. These include:
established by The Associated Alumni and is
awarded to the student who makes the highest
grade point average on the examinations in the
required subjects of the Freshman year. This
prize consists of money and books in equal
portions and is presented to the winner by a
representative of the Society.
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Lieutenant-Governors Medals
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Governor Generals Academic Medal
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Governor Generals Gold Medal
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Douglas Gold Medal
conditions: An annual prize of $250 has been
Ambassador of Austria's Prize I
conditions: A book prize to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Culture and Language Studies
to the best student or students in German. The
prize is donated by the Government of Austria.
The presentation of the remaining prizes is at
the discretion of the Faculties involved. Many
Faculties organize award ceremonies to make
these presentations. However, if the Faculty
does not choose to present the prize at an
award ceremony, the prize is sent to the
recipient along with a congratulatory letter.
All prizes are listed in the appropriate prize
ceremony bulletins. All graduation prizes are
listed in the appropriate programs at either
Convocation or Encaenia.
Ambassador of Austria's Prize II
Tom Acheson Prize in Art Education
conditions: A book prize to be awarded
conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Education to a graduating student who has
demonstrated outstanding talent in the field of
Art Education. The recipient will have attained
both a high overall academic standard and an
acceptable level of competence in at least
three Art Education courses. The prize has
been sponsored by the Provincial Department
of Education through the Fred Magee Fund.
Aesthetics Book Prize
conditions: A prize, normally a book, is
awarded on the recommendation of the
Department of Philosophy to a student with
high standing in a course in Aesthetics offered
by the Department at the Introductory or
Intermediate Levels in the Regular Session on
the Fredericton Campus. The prize has been
funded by an anonymous donor.
Bernice Alderman Memorial Prize in
Psychology
conditions: A prize of approximately $150 to be
awarded to an outstanding student on the Saint
John campus graduating in an honours
program in Psychology. The prize is funded by
friends of the late M. Bernice (Gorman)
Alderman, an honours student.
Alumni Medal
conditions: A medal is offered each year by The
Associated Alumni to the most outstanding
Latin scholar among the undergraduates. The
award is made by the Society upon the
recommendation of the Professor of Classics.
No student may receive the medal twice.
conditions: A book prize awarded annually on
the recommendation of the Department of
Humanities and Languages (German section)
to a student on the Saint John campus, who
has shown a high level of achievement and
interest in the language and civilization of
German-speaking countries. The prize has
been funded by the Government of Austria.
Ambassador of France's Prize I
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of French to a graduating student
who has shown a high level of achievement
and interest in literature courses taken for
upper year credit. The prize has been funded
by the Government of France and is open to
students on the Fredericton campus.
Ambassador of France's Prize II
conditions: A book prize awarded annually on
the recommendation of the Department of
Humanities and Languages (French Section) to
a student who has shown a high level of
achievement and interest in courses taken for
upper year credit. The prize has been funded
by the Government of France and is open to
students on the Saint John campus.
Ambassador of Spain's Prize I
conditions: A book prize to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Culture and Language Studies
to a student on the Fredericton campus who
has demonstrated a high level of achievement
and interest in first year Spanish. The prize has
been funded by the Government of Spain.
Ambassador of Spain's Prize II
conditions: A book prize to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Culture and Language Studies
to a student on the Fredericton campus who
has shown a high level of achievement and
interest in advanced level language and
literature courses. The prize has been funded
by the Government of Spain.
Ambassador of Switzerland's Prize
(French)
conditions: A book prize to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Humanities and Languages
(French Section) to the Saint John campus
student who has made the greatest progress in
mastering the French language since entering
the University. The prize has been funded by
the Government of Switzerland.
Ambassador of Switzerland's Prize
(German)
conditions: A book prize to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Humanities and Languages
(German Section) to a Saint John campus
student who has shown a high level of
achievement in either German 1000 or German
2000. The prize has been funded by the
Government of Switzerland.
Ambassador of Switzerland's Prizes
conditions: Two book prizes in French and
German awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Departments of French
and of Culture and Language Studies
respectively to the graduating students who
have made the greatest progress in mastering
the French or German language since entering
the University. The prizes are open to students
on the Fredericton campus, are funded by the
Government of Switzerland.
Analytical Chemistry Prize UNBF
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded to a
Fredericton campus student who achieves high
standing in a Sophomore level course in
Analytical Chemistry. The prize is funded by
the Department of Chemistry.
Analytical Chemistry Prize UNBSJ
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded to a
Saint John campus student who achieves high
standing in a Sophomore level course in
Analytical Chemistry. The prize is funded by
the Saint John Labratory Services.
Marion Anderson Memorial Prize
field: Arts. value: $1,700. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Awarded to the most
promising student entering the Junior level (6190 ch) Honours program in English Literature.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Department of English.
donor: Ethel Anderson.
Nels Anderson Prize in Sociology
conditions: A prize of $125 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Sociology to the student
majoring or honouring in Sociology on the
Fredericton campus entering final year
(completed 90 to 96 ch) with the highest
standing in Sociology courses (minimum 24 ch
which must include the 3rd year required
courses). The prize has been funded by faculty
members in the Department of Sociology.
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PRIZES & AWARDS
Anthropology Book Prize
C. W. Argue Prize
conditions: A book to be awarded annually on
field: Science. value: Up to $2,000. number: 1
or more. duration: 1 year. conditions: A Science
the recommendation of the Department of
Anthropology to the best graduating honours
student in anthropology on the Fredericton
campus. The prize is funded by the Department
of Anthropology.
APEGNB Prize I
conditions: Two prizes of $500 each, one prize
may be awarded annually on each campus, on
the recommendation of the Faculty of
Engineering and Geoscience to a student who
has completed the first year of the Engineering
or Geoscience degree program, and has
attained a high academic standing. The prize is
funded by the Association of Professional
Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick
Foundation for Education.
APEGNB Prize II
conditions: Two prizes of $500 each, one prize
may be awarded annually on each campus, on
the recommendation of the Faculty of
Engineering and Geoscience to a student who
has completed two years of the Engineering or
Geoscience degree program, and has attained
a high academic standing. The prize is funded
by the Association of Professional Engineers
and Geoscientists of New Brunswick
Foundation for Education.
APEGNB Prize III
conditions: a prize of $500 may be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Engineering and Geoscience to a student
who has completed three years of the
Engineering or Geoscience degree program,
and has attained a high academic standing.
The prize is funded by the Association of
Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of
New Brunswick Foundation for Education.
APEGNB Saint John Branch Wallace
Rupert Turnbull Memorial Prize
conditions: A prize of $600 to be awarded
annually to a deserving student who is enrolled
in the second year of studies in the Engineering
program at UNB Saint John, who has achieved
high academic standing and who has not
received a major prize. An award presentation
may be made at an A.P.E.N.B. event in
addition to the UNBSJ ceremony. The prize is
funded by the Saint John Branch of the
Association of Professional Engineers of New
Brunswick, and named to honour the late
Wallace Rupert Turnbull, the Rothesay inventor
of the variable pitch propellor and member of
the Canadian Science and Engineering Hall of
Fame.
Archaeology Book Prize
conditions: A book to be awarded on the
recommendation of the Department of
Anthropology to a graduating honours student
on the Fredericton campus who demonstrates
successful academic performance in
archaeology. The prize is funded by the
Department of Anthropology.
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student having high academic standing and
entering either the third or the fourth year.
("Year" refers to the particular year of the
program as specified in the calendar
description of the various BSc degree options.)
When two scholarships are given, they will be
awarded as follows: (a) the first one to a
Science student, other than one majoring in
Biology, (b) the second one to a Biology Major
student. The selection of the recipient(s) will be
made by the Dean of Science and the heads of
the Science Departments.
Athletic Achievement Awards
conditions: A fund has been established by
R.H.B. McLaughlin (CE'43), student athlete and
long-time professor of Civil Engineering at
UNB. The objective of the fund is to provide a
means whereby the Alumni and the University
can recognize achievement by individual
athletes or athletic teams representing the
University in National or International
competition in the category of major sports.
The awards consist of suitable memorabilia or
functions to honor or recognize those who have
achieved special recognition. An on-going
committee has been established by the donor
with the funds being administered by the
Alumni director who is the permanent member
of the Awards committee.
Richard J. Bagley Memorial Prize in
Canadian Literature
conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded on
the recommendation of the Department of
English to an outstanding student who
achieves the highest grade point average in at
least two upper level courses in Canadian
Literature. This prize is funded by the friends
and family of Richard J. Bagley, BA '72, MA '79.
Dr. A. G. Bailey Alumni Prize
field: History. value: $250. number: 1. duration:
1 year. conditions: Awarded to a student
entering the Senior level (91-120 ch) who has
attained high academic standing and also
demonstrated a wide interest in History.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the History Department.
donor: Associated Alumni.
Loring Woart Bailey Prize in Science
conditions: This prize of $500 was established
by the late Joseph Whitman Bailey of the class
of 1884 in memory of his father, Loring Woart
Bailey, LLD, Professor of Science in the
University for nearly fifty years (1861-1907).
The prize is to be given alternately in the
Departments of Biology and Geology. The
award is made on the recommendation of the
Department concerned.
Walter Baker Memorial Prize in
Physics
conditions: This prize has been established by
the faculty members of the Department of
Physics in memory of Professor Walter Baker,
formerly a professor of Physics at the
University from 1955-1970. It is awarded on the
recommendation of the Department of Physics
to a deserving student graduating in Physics.
The number of the awards and their value will
be at the discretion of the department but there
will normally be one prize annually to the value
of $100.
Dorothy Bennett Elson Prize
conditions: An annual prize of $200 has been
established by the Associated Alumnae and is
awarded to the female student on the
Fredericton campus who achieves the highest
standing in first year Physics.
Viscount Richard Bedford Bennett
Prize (Education)
conditions: Two annual prizes of $250 each
have been established by the late Viscount
Bennett, to be given to two outstanding
students selected by the Faculty of Education,
one to be entering the final year of the
Concurrent program and one to be entering the
final year of the Consecutive program.
Viscount Richard Bedford Bennett
Prize (Forestry)
conditions: Two annual prizes of $250 has
been established by the late Viscount Bennett
to be given to two outstanding students
selected by the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management, one to be
entering third year and one to be entering
fourth year.
Biology Club Prize
conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Biology
discipline and the executive of the Biology Club
to a full-time student majoring in Biology on the
Saint John campus, in any year beyond the
second year, who has shown the greatest
improvement in his/her assessment year grade
point average in successive years. The prize is
being funded by the Biology Club.
James T. Black Award
conditions: An award of $5,000 to be given
annually, on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Administration, to a full-time student entering
the final year of a graduate or undergraduate
degree program offered by the Faculty of
Administration on the Fredericton campus.
Preference will be given to a student with a
good academic record who has made a
significant contribution to the work of the
Centre for International Marketing and
Entrepreneurship. The award has been
established by the Molson Companies
Donation Fund to honour James T. Black,
Former Chair of the Board of the Molson
Companies Limited.
PRIZES & AWARDS
British High Commissioner's Prize
M. D. B. Burt Prize for Biology
conditions: A book prize awarded annually on
conditions: A $150 prize to be awarded
the recommendation of the Department of
History and Politics. The prize will be awarded
alternately to the student with the highest
course mark in POLS 2530, The Government
of Great Britain, and the student with the
highest course mark in HIST 1150, The History
of Modern Britain. The prize has been funded
by the British High Commissioner and is open
to students on the Saint John campus.
annually to the graduating student at the
Moncton site who has the highest overall
standing in Biology courses completed as part
of his/her Bachelor of Nursing degree. This
prize is funded by Andy S. Didyk.
John Storrs Brookfield Prize
conditions: A prize of $1,400 has been
established by the late Dr. J.S. Brookfield to be
given to a student entering the third year
deemed by the professors of Science to be the
most promising student in Natural Science.
("Year" refers to the particular year of the
program as specified in the calendar
descriptions of the various BSc degree
options.)
Kingsbury Browne Sr. Memorial Prize
conditions: An annual award valued at
approximately $800 has been established in
memory of Kingsbury Browne Sr., a founding
director of the Miramichi Salmon Association,
Inc., by the Browne family, friends, and
members of the Association. It is awarded to a
student, majoring in Biology, entering the final
year, who has excelled in the general area of
vertebrate zoology. Preference is given to a
resident of New Brunswick.
Sam & Elenore Budovitch Prize in
The Humanities
conditions: A prize of approximately $100 to be
awarded annually on the recommendation of
the Department of Humanities and Languages
to an outstanding student who achieves high
standing in Classics courses. The prize has
been funded by the late Elenore Budovitch.
Sam Budovitch Memorial Prize
conditions: A prize of $600 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Civil Engineering to the student
with the highest standing in first year Civil
Engineering (35-40 ch). Funded by the late Mr.
Sam Budovitch.
Sandra Budovitch Memorial Prize
conditions: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Budovitch have
established an award in memory of their
daughter, Sandra. The prize, having a value of
approximately $175, will be given annually to
the graduating student having the highest
average in Honours Sociology.
Sherry Budovitch Prize in Elementary
Education
conditions: A prize of $60 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Curriculum and Instruction, to an
outstanding graduating student in the Bachelor
of Education (Early Years) program based on
student teaching performance. The prize has
been funded by Sherry (Budovitch) Rioux.
Business Administration Society
Outstanding Student Award
conditions: A prize donated by UNB Business
Administration Society to be awarded annually
to the outstanding student, studying on the
Fredericton campus, in the fourth year of
Business Administration. The prize is awarded
on the basis of the student's participation in
campus activities, scholastic standing,
character and attitude.
Edwin Botsford Busteed Memorial
Prize
conditions: An annual prize of $675,
bequeathed by the late Mrs. Elliott Henderson
Busteed, is to be given to a student having the
highest standing in Junior level (61-90 ch)
Economics.
Adam Cameron Prize
Canadian Society for Civil Eng.
Certificate of Achievement
conditions: An award of a certificate and a oneyear associate membership in the Canadian
Society for Civil Engineering, to be awarded on
the recommendation of the Department of Civil
Engineering to the top graduating Civil
Engineering student, based on the regular work
in the final two years (greater than or equal to
48 ch) of the student's regular program. The
award is provided by the Canadian Society for
Civil Engineering, Atlantic Region.
Canadian Society of Petroleum
Geologists Award
conditions: An award of a certificate and oneyear student membership in the Canadian
Society of Petroleum Geologists, to be given to
a deserving student on each campus
nominated by the members of the Geology
discipline and Geology Department. The award
is provided by the Canadian Society of
Petroleum Geologists.
Bliss Carman Memorial Prize
field: Unrestricted. value: $100. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Undergraduate
awarded to a student who, upon completion of
the Freshman year, has made the highest
standing in the work of the Freshman year.
submitting the best group of six poems of not
more than forty lines each. No student may win
the scholarship more than twice. apply: The
Chair of the Department of English. donor: The
late Dr. Lorne Pierce.
Canadian Institute of Forestry Merit
Award
Erskine Ireland Carter Memorial Prize
in Business Administration
conditions: An annual prize of $450 to be
conditions: The Canadian Institute of Forestry
Merit Award will be awarded to the student
graduating with either a Bachelor of Science in
Forestry degree or a Bachelor of Science in
Forest Engineering degree who, in the opinion
of the Committee of Award, has been
outstanding in his class, taking into
consideration academic standing and
participation in faculty activities.
Canadian Society for Chemical
Engineering Prize
conditions: A certificate of merit, engraved
medal and a cash award of $50 are donated
annually by the Canadian Society for Chemical
Engineering, to be awarded to a student
completing the penultimate year of Chemical
Engineering with the highest standing.
Canadian Society for Chemistry
Silver Medal
conditions: A certificate of merit and an
engraved medal are donated annually by the
Canadian Society for Chemistry, to be awarded
to the student with the highest standing in
Chemistry and related subjects in the
penultimate year.
conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Business to the graduating student in
Business on the Saint John campus who has
attained high academic standing, and has
shown exemplary service to the university
community. The prize has been funded by
family and friends of the late Erskine Ireland
Carter (BA Honours Psychology, UNB, 1992,
and was enrolled in MBA). He was an
outstanding student in Business Administration
and Psychology on the Saint John campus,
and he epitomized scholastic excellence and
strength of character.
Erskine Ireland Carter Memorial Prize
in Psychology
conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Psychology to the student on the
Saint John campus who is entering the final
year in Psychology and has attained high
academic standing, and shown exemplary
service to the university community. The prize
has been funded by family and friends of the
late Erskine Ireland Carter (BA Honours
Psychology, UNB, 1992, and was enrolled in
MBA). He was an outstanding student in
Psychology and Business Administration on
the Saint John campus, and who epitomized
scholastic excellence and strength of
character.
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PRIZES & AWARDS
W. S. Carter Memorial Prize
conditions: An annual scholarship of $240,
established by the late Mrs. W.S. Carter, is
given to an outstanding student in Freshman
level (1-30 ch) English.
Robert Ellis Dieuaide Cattley Prize in
Classics
conditions: A prize in memory of the late Dr.
R.E.D. Cattley, long-time Professor and Head
of the Department of Classics and Ancient
History, and Professor Emeritus, to be awarded
annually to the undergraduate student or
students in the Arts Faculty on the Fredericton
Campus who have successfully completed 30
ch of courses with at least 6 ch of introductory
Classics courses offered by the Department.
The prize will be awarded on the
recommendation of the Department of Classics
and Ancient History and will be based on the
student's overall interest and academic
performance. The prize is funded by the family
of Dr. Cattley, and by friends, colleagues, and
former students.
Certified General Accountants
Association of NB Prize
conditions: One prize of $500 to a Fredericton
campus student and one prize of $500 to a
Saint John campus student are awarded
annually to the students entering the final year
of study (90-120 ch) in the Business
Administration program who attain the highest
grade point average for the campus in the
required course in Intermediate Accounting II
and any two optional accounting courses, and
who is not in receipt of any other accounting
award. The recipients must indicate an interest
in the CGA Program of Professional Studies.
The prize has been funded by the Certified
General Accountants Association of New
Brunswick.
James K. Chapman Prize in History
conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of History for the outstanding
presentation of a historical topic in such
alternative forms as voice recordings, video
tapes, games analyses, or computer projects.
The prize has been established by Professor
James K. Chapman to promote forms of
expression in historical study other than written
essays.
Rhoda Chapman Memorial Prize
conditions: Two prizes of $1750 each to be
awarded annually, on the recommendation of
the Undergraduate Committee in the
Department of History, to Fredericton campus
students who have demonstrated outstanding
academic achievement and have shown
promise in at least one undergraduate or
graduate course in the field of art history. At
least one annual prize will normally be awarded
to a student who has not yet completed more
than 66 credit hours at the time of the award.
The prize has been established to
commemorate Rhoda Chapman's love of art, to
reward students for outstanding achievement
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and to encourage further study in the field of art
history. Rhoda Chapman was the wife of the
late James K. Chapman, Professor of History,
UNB Fredericton.
Chemical Engineering Faculty Prize
conditions: An annual prize of $150 has been
established by the faculty members of the
Department of Chemical Engineering to be
awarded to the student who has attained the
highest standing in the final year of Chemical
Engineering.
Cherry Brook Zoo Prize in Zoology
conditions: An annual prize of $200 awarded to
the student entering the final year of the BSc
Biology major program at UNBSJ who has
achieved the highest grade point average in at
least 14 credit hours of the upper-level Zoology
courses completed at UNBSJ. The prize is
funded by the Cherry Brook Zoo, Saint John,
and will be awarded on the recommendation of
faculty teaching Zoology courses.
K. R. Chestnut Memorial Prize
conditions: An annual prize of $1,650 was
bequeathed to UNB by the late Mrs. Annie H.
Chestnut. It is to be awarded to an outstanding
student in the Faculty of Engineering on the
recommendation of the Engineering Awards
Committee.
Simon and Dora Chippin Award
conditions: A prize of $250 awarded to a worthy
student in need of financial assistance entering
the second year of a program leading to a
bachelor's degree in the Faculty of Forestry
and Environmental Management. The prize is
funded by the late Simon and Dora Chippin.
CIF/UNB Joint Professional
Development Forestry Award
conditions: Awards to be used to help defray
travel expenses for attending the Annual
General Meeting of the Canadian Institute of
Forestry, to be awarded annually on the
recommendation of a committee made up of
representatives of the CIF Maritime Section
and the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental
Management, to continuing students after
completion of at least 30 ch in the BScF or
BScFE degree programs. The award has been
funded by the Maritime Section of the CIF and
the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental
Management.
City of Saint John Award
conditions: A prize of $200 and a plaque to be
awarded annually at Spring Convocation on the
Saint John Campus to the academically
outstanding graduating student who completes
his/her degree while registered in a Saint John
Campus program. The prize has been funded
by the Saint John Faculty.
City of Fredericton Award
conditions: The City of Fredericton offers a sum
of money, not less than $200, for competition in
the Department of Civil Engineering and
Chemistry and in the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management in rotation. The
prize, which heretofore took the form of a gold
medal, was offered for the first time in 1908.
Class of 1909 Prize
conditions: Through the generosity of
graduates of the class of 1909, a prize of
$2,800 will be given annually to a member of
the graduating class who has shown distinction
in the final year, but who has not qualified for
an award otherwise.
CMA Canada Prize
conditions: A prize of $500 is awarded annually
to the students enrolled in the BBA program on
each campus who attains the highest grade
point average in the following management
accounting courses: UNB Saint John - BA 2217
and BA 3224; UNB Fredericton - BA 2223 and
BA 3227. The recipient must not have received
any other accounting award. Donor: CMA
Canada. (The Society of Management
Accountants of New Brunswick).
Michael R. Cochrane Memorial Medal
conditions: A medal donated by UNB,
Fredericton campus SRC to be awarded
annually to a student enrolled in the final year
on the Fredericton campus and maintaining a
satisfactory academic standing. The medal is
awarded on the basis of contributions to
improving human and community relations.
Della H. Cody Memorial Prize
conditions: A prize with a minimum value of
$300 to be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Education to
the outstanding student in the first or second
year of the Concurrent program with the
Faculty of Kinesiology. The prize has been
funded by friends of the late Della H. Cody.
CIS Academic All-Canadian
R. J. Collier Memorial Prize
conditions: Certificates and a monetary prize
field: Electrical Engineering. value: $1,000.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: An
will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Director of Athletics to
the student-athletes who have achieved at
least a 3.5 assessment grade point average
and have contributed significantly to a varsity
sport on the Fredericton campus. This prize is
supported by the Canadian Interuniversity
Sport and funded by the Friends of the Varsity
Reds.
undergraduate Electrical Engineering student
entering the graduating year of his or her
studies who has demonstrated the best
combination of the qualities of good
scholarship and active interest in matters
outside the scope of the regular program of
study. awarding agency: Faculty of Engineering
on the recommendation of the Electrical
Engineering Department. donor: Friends and
students of the late Professor R.J. Collier.
PRIZES & AWARDS
Computer Science Prize for Best
Senior Honours Thesis
CSEP/SCPE Undergraduate Student
Award
Department of English Book Token
Prize
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Computer Science to the Fredericton
campus BCS student (or BCS concurrent
degree student) whose senior honours thesis
(CS4997) is judged to be the best in that
academic year.
conditions: A medallion and a citation is
conditions: A certificate for the purchase of
awarded annually on the recommendation of
the Faculty of Kinesiology to the student
graduating with a Bachelor of Science in
Kinesiology who has achieved the highest
academic standing in the scientific portion of
the curriculum. This award is provided by the
Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology/
Société Canadienne de Physiologie de
l'Exercice.
book(s) to be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Department of English,
Fredericton, to the student who produces the
best essay in a 1000-level English course and
is in the second or higher year of study. The
prize is funded by the Department of English.
Computer Science Prize for Best
Senior Technical Report
conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Computer Science to the Fredericton
campus BCS student (or BCS concurrent
degree student) whose senior technical report
(CS4983) is judged to be the best in that
academic year.
Computer Science Prize I
conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded
annually to the best student who has just
completed one year of study with a minimum of
35 ch on the Fredericton campus in the
Bachelor of Computer Science program. The
prize is awarded on the basis of academic
performance in the first year of studies in the
degree program.
Computer Science Prize II
conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded
annually to the best student on the Fredericton
campus who has just completed three years of
study with a minimum of 100 ch in the Bachelor
of Computer Science program. The prize is
awarded on the basis of academic performance
in the third year of studies in the degree
program.
Consulate General of the Federal
Republic of Germany Prize
conditions: Two book prizes to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Humanities and Languages
(German section) to Saint John campus
students who have shown a high level of
achievement in German 1000 and German
2000 respectively. These prizes have been
funded by the Consulate General of the
Federal Republic of Germany.
Dr. Philip Cox Memorial Prize
Christopher Cusack Computer
Science & Data Analysis Prize
conditions: A prize of $300 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Computer Science and Applied
Statistics to a student graduating with a BDA or
BSc(CS) degree. In the event of a tie,
preference will be given to a student graduating
with a BDA degree. The prize is awarded
based on performance in DA4993 or CS4993.
The prize is funded by friends of the late
Christopher Cusack BSc(DA)'81.
Marshall D'Avray Prize in English
Literature
conditions: This prize of $500 was made
available through a legacy of the late Joseph
Whitman Bailey of the class of 1884 to provide
a prize in English Literature in memory of his
grandfather, Joseph Marshall d'Avray,
sometime Professor of Modern Languages at
UNB 1848-1872. The prize is to be awarded
annually to an undergraduate student in one of
the regular courses of the Junior level (61-90
ch) who has shown the most promise in the
subject of English Literature. The award is
made on the recommendation of the Chair of
the Department of English.
Arun Datta Prize
conditions: A prize of approximately $250 to be
awarded annually on the recommendation of
the Department of Economics to an
outstanding student on the Fredericton campus
who achieves high standing in ECON 3401
International Economics: Trade. The prize has
been funded by colleagues, family and friends
of the late Dr. Arun Datta.
field: Biology. value: $200. conditions: Student
Deloitte & Touche Prize in Accounting
entering the third year and majoring in Biology
who, in the opinion of the staff of the
Department of Biology, shows the greatest
promise. ("Year" refers to the particular year of
the program as specified in the calendar
descriptions of the various BSc degree
options.)
conditions: Two prizes of $1,000 each for
CRC Press Freshman Chemistry
Achievement Award
conditions: Copies of the current edition of the
Handbook of Chemistry and Physics to be
given to deserving students selected by the
instructors in Freshman Chemistry on each
campus. The awards are funded by the
publisher, CRC Press, and by faculty members
in Chemistry.
students in the Business Administration degree
program: one prize awarded to a full-time
student on the Fredericton campus, and one
prize awarded to a full-time student on the
Saint John campus. Recipients must have high
standing in Accounting courses, including
Intermediate Accounting I (BA 4235 - UNBF,
BA 3235 - UNBSJ), and Intermediate
Accounting II (BA 4236 - UNBF, BA 3236 UNBSJ), and have completed 90 ch of the BBA
degree program at UNB. The prize is funded by
Deloitte & Touche.
Dept. of French Prz. Graduates High
School Immersion French
conditions: An annual prize to be awarded to
the student on the Fredericton campus,
graduate of a High School Immersion Program,
whom the Department of French considers to
have done the most satisfactory work (6 ch) in
French 1184 and French 1194. The prize has
been sponsored by the Department of French.
Dept. of Humanities & Languages
Prize in English
conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded on
the recommendation of the members of the
English discipline Saint John campus, to the
student who has achieved the highest standing
over at least 24 ch of courses in English
completed within the first 90 ch. The prize is
funded by the Department of Humanities and
Languages.
Dept. of Humanities & Languages
Prize in Philosophy
conditions: A prize of $170 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Humanities and Languages
(Philosophy Discipline) to the student who has
achieved the highest standing over at least 24
ch of courses in Philosophy completed within
the first 90 ch. The prize is funded by the
Department of Humanities and Languages.
T. G. Dilworth Prize for Biology
conditions: A $150 prize to be awarded
annually to the graduating student at the
Bathurst site who has the highest overall
standing in Biology courses completed as part
of his/her Bachelor of Nursing degree. This
prize is funded by Andy S. Didyk.
Douglas Gold Medal
conditions: A gold medal is offered for
competition every year among undergraduates.
This medal was founded by the late Sir Howard
Douglas, Lieutenant-Governor of the Province
of New Brunswick and first Chancellor of King's
College. It is awarded for the best composition
in prose or verse in the Greek, Latin or English
languages, on any subject within the regular
course of study pursued in the university.
Undergraduate theses or reports may be
considered along with essays or verse
compositions produced as part of regular class
work. They may be revised by the student on
the basis of instructors' comments.
Compositions are submitted by instructors, with
the consent of the student, through the
department to a committee appointed by the
Dean of Graduate Studies and Research. The
medal is awarded at Encaenia.
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Dr. James Downey Student
Leadership Award
conditions: Awarded on the basis of
"outstanding contribution to student life" to a
student who is a member of the UNB Student
union (ie. Paid the student activity fee). The
recipient must be in good academic standing.
The award is made on the basis of
nominations. Advertisements for the award and
a call for nominations or applications will be
made annually by the Office of the Director of
Student Affairs and Services. Ideally, the award
is to be presented at the Annual Student Union
Banquet. Should there be no banquet, the
Director of Student Affairs and Services may
select another appropriate forum. awarding
agency: A Committee formed by the Director of
Student Affairs and Services to include
representation from the Undergraduate Awards
Office.
Dr. A. Wilmer Duff Memorial Prize
conditions: Dr. Ella Duff Good has given a prize
of $100 in memory of her father, Dr. A. Wilmer
Duff, who was a graduate of the University and
later taught with distinction at the institution. It
is to be awarded to a deserving student in the
final year of Physics, but may be given in any
other science if there is not a qualified student
in Physics.
Cyrus and Anne Eaton Prize in
American Studies
conditions: Prizes in American History and
American Literature, awarded annually to the
student or students in the graduating class
judged to have done the most distinguished
work in American studies. The awards will be
determined by a committee of professors from
the different Departments offering courses in
American studies.
English Departmental Essay Prizes
conditions: Prize I - A prize of $100 to be
awarded annually on the recommendation of
the Department of English to a student on the
Fredericton campus who has completed the
normal requirements for the first year of the
program in which the student is registered, and
has written an outstanding essay in any English
course in that year.Prize II - A prize of $100 to
be awarded annually on the recommendation
of the Department of English to a student on
the Fredericton campus who has completed the
normal requirements for the second year of the
program in which the student is registered, and
has written an outstanding essay in any English
course in that year. Prize III - A prize of $100 to
be awarded annually on the recommendation
of the Department of English to a student on
the Fredericton campus who has completed the
normal requirements for the third year of the
program in which the student is registered, and
has written an outstanding essay in any English
course in that year. The prizes have been
funded by the English Departmental Prize
Fund.
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Ernst & Young Prize
conditions: A prize of $500 is awarded annually
to the student enrolled on a full-time basis in
the Business Administration program who
attains the highest grade point average in the
required courses in Managerial Accounting,
Quantitative Methods and Analysis, and
Planning Capital Expenditures. The courses
must be taken at UNB but may be taken during
the regular academic year, intersession or
summer school. All students who complete the
final course of the series in the twelve months
ending 31 August will be considered for the
prize.
Christena Estey Memorial Award
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Social Sciences, to an
outstanding Saint John campus student
enrolled in the Bachelor of Kinesiology, the
Bachelor of Recreation & Sports Studies, or the
Bachelor of Arts majoring in Sport and Exercise
Psychology. The prize is being funded by
family and friends of the late Christena Estey,
former manager of the Bookstore and avid
supporter of athletics on the Saint John
campus.
G.D. Estey Memorial Prize
conditions: A book prize was established by the
late Mrs. Estey in memory of her husband
Gerald D. (Jake) Estey of the class of 1949.
This prize is awarded to a deserving graduating
student in Forestry or Forest Engineering, who,
in the opinion of the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management, is most interested
in practicing sound principles of forestry.
Exmoor Prize
conditions: A prize of $450 is awarded annually
to the Fredericton campus student enrolled in
the Business Administration (BBA) program
who attains the highest grade point average in
the required courses in Finance and in
Managerial Accounting. (Currently these are
BA 3413, BA 3424 and BA 3223). The courses
must be taken at UNB but may be taken during
the regular academic year, intersession or
summer school. All students who complete the
final course of the group in the twelve months
ending in May will be considered for this prize.
(In the event of a tie, the student with the
highest cumulative grade point average will be
selected.) The prize has been funded by Mr.
S.S. Mullin.
Faculty of Business Prize
conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Business, on the basis of academic
achievement and overall contribution to
campus and community life, to an outstanding
student, who is enrolled in the BBA program on
the Saint John campus and has completed two
years of study towards the BBA degree. The
prize is being funded by faculty members and
friends of the Faculty of Business.
Faculty of Forestry Senior Project
Award
conditions: A book prize given to the student
who presents the best senior project in Forestry
or Forest Engineering. The recipient will be
determined by a committee of the Faculty of
Forestry and Environmental Management. The
book is provided by courtesy of John Wiley &
Sons Canada Ltd.
Sherif H. Fahmy Forest Soils Prize
conditions: A prize of $150 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Forestry and Environmental Management to
a student who has successfully completed
Forestry 2505 (Soils for Plant growth), Forestry
3456 (Forest Ecology: Cycles & Flows) and
Forestry 4545 (Landscape Dynamics I:
Climate, Land & Vegetation), and has obtained
the highest average mark for these three
courses. The prize has been funded by Mr.
Sherif H. Fahmy.
Barbara Elizabeth Fisher Founder
Prize in Psychology
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Saint
John Psychology Department to the student
who presents the best Psychology Honours
thesis. The prize has been funded by the Saint
John Psychology Faculty to honour B. E.
Fisher, the founder of the Psychology
Department on the Saint John campus.
Craig S. Fleisher Award for
Scholarship & Voluntarism
conditions: A prize of $250 awarded annually
upon graduation to a UNBSJ student who has
served as an executive member of the Golden
Key International Honour Society and who has
demonstrated outstanding performance in both
scholarship and in giving of themselves in
voluntary service to the broader community.
The selection of the recipient will be made by
the Faculty Advisor of the Golden Key
International Honour Society. The prize is
funded by Dr. Craig S. Fleisher, on behalf of the
Canadian Council for Public Affairs
Advancement.
Jean Crawford Flemming Memorial
Prize
conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded in the
Fall term on the recommendation of the Dean
of SASE to a Saint John campus student who
has completed the minimum requirements for
the first year of the BCS, BSc(CS) or BDA.
Student who have completed the minimum
requirements for the first year of Arts or
Science and have indicated their intention to
Major in Mathematics or Statistics will also be
considered. Selection will be based on
academic achievement. The prize is funded by
J. Archie Flemming, a former Professor of
Mathematics and Statistics at UNB Saint John.
PRIZES & AWARDS
B. W. Flieger Memorial Prize
Norman S. Fraser Prize in Education
J. Miles Gibson Forestry Award
conditions: Two prizes of $1,250 to be awarded
conditions: A prize of $340 to be awarded
annually by the University on the
recommendation of the Flieger Prize
Committee to an outstanding student in the
third year of the program leading to the degree
of Bachelor of Science in Forestry or Bachelor
of Science in Forest Engineering who achieved
high academic standing in the second year.
The prize has been funded by Forest
Protection Limited.
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Education to a graduating student in the
Bachelor of Education program who has shown
potential for a high degree of professional
ability as a teacher. The prize has been funded
by the late Norman S. Fraser.
field: Forestry or Forest Engineering. value:
Variable. number: Multiple. duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded to a student with high
Lucien J. Forcier Prize in Silviculture
conditions: A prize of $175 is offered from a
fund established in memory of Lucien J. Forcier
by his friends and colleagues to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Forestry and Environmental Management to
an outstanding graduating student who has
demonstrated achievement in Silviculture.
Forest Products Research Society
Award
conditions: A prize of $100 and a one year
society membership established by the Forest
Products Research Society, Eastern Canadian
Section, to be awarded annually, on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management, to an
undergraduate student for academic
achievement in the field of wood science.
Foresters’ Excellence Award
conditions: A $1000 prize to be awarded
annually to a student enrolled in the fourth or
fifth year of the Bachelor of Science in Forestry
or Bachelor of Science in Forest Engineering
degree program. Candidates are required to
submit an essay on the role of the professional
forester. The prize is funded by Chris
Gruenwald, BSF 2004.
Archdeacon Forsyth Prize
conditions: An award of $200, established by
the late Archdeacon David Forsyth, is given to
the English Literature student who displays the
greatest proficiency in the knowledge of
English Literature. Presented on the
recommendation of the Chair of the
Department of English.
Dr. Berton C. Foster Memorial Prize
conditions: An annual prize of $800 to be given
to a student from a Fredericton high schoolother than a Beaverbrook Scholar-who has
made the highest standing in the work of the
Freshman year. The scholarship has been
established by Mrs. Agnes S. Foster.
Norman S. Fraser Prize in Arts
conditions: A prize of $340 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Arts to the student with the highest standing
in the Junior and Senior years of Bachelor of
Arts program. The prize has been funded by
the late Norman S. Fraser.
Norman S. Fraser Prize in Science
conditions: A prize of $340 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Science to the student with the highest
standing in the Junior and Senior years of the
Bachelor of Science program. The prize has
been funded by the late Norman S. Fraser.
academic standing entering the second year of
a program leading to the degree of Bachelor of
Science in Forestry or Forest Engineering.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Gibson Award
Committee. donor: Friends of J. Miles Gibson.
Gerhard Gloss Prize in Cartography
conditions: A prize to be awarded annually on
bequeathed by the late J. Arthur Freeze to be
given to an outstanding scholar in Sophomore
level (31-60 ch) English.
the recommendation of the Department of
Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering to a
student in any faculty on the Fredericton
campus who has designed and published a
map of high technical and artistic merit. The
map may be produced using traditional or
computer-assisted cartographic techniques.
The prize has been funded by friends and
colleagues of Professor Gerhard Gloss.
Gilberte Gagnon Memorial Prize
Governor General's Silver Medal
Ralph St. J. and Charles E. Freeze
Prize
conditions: An annual prize of $180
conditions: A prize of $300 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of French to the graduating student
on the Fredericton campus who has, in the
opinion of the Department, shown the highest
achievement in the study of French linguistics.
The prize has been funded by the Department
of French.
L. A. Gale Prize
field: Surveying Engineering. value: $545.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a Canadian student upon
completion of six terms of Surveying
Engineering who shows academic promise and
is in need of financial assistance. apply:
Department of Geodesy and Geomatics
Engineering. awarding agency: The University
on the recommendation of the Department of
Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering. donor:
Anonymous.
Garson Memorial Prize
conditions: The late Abram I. Garson
bequeathed the sum of $2,000 to the
University, the investment earnings therefrom
to be awarded annually to the student
registered in the Faculty of Engineering who, in
the first year, attains the highest standing. The
amount will be approximately $300.
conditions: A silver medal to be awarded
annually to the undergraduate student who
achieves the highest academic standing in an
undergraduate Bachelor's degree program.
The medal is awarded at Encaenia.
Graham Prize in Military History
conditions: A $200 prize to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of History, for the best essay by a
student on the Fredericton campus in an
undergraduate seminar in war history. The
prize has been endowed by friends,
colleagues, and students of Dr. D.S. Graham in
recognition of his contribution to scholarship.
Paul Frederick Graham Memorial
Prize
conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded
annually in memory of Paul Frederick Graham,
a former student at UNB. The prize is awarded
on the recommendation of the Department of
Political Science to an outstanding graduating
student on the Fredericton Campus who, on
graduation in Political Science, has the best
academic record in the final year of the
program. The prize has been funded by the
family of Paul Frederick Graham.
German Book Prize
Pauline Graham Data Analysis Prize
the recommendation of the Department of
Culture and Language Studies to an
undergraduate or graduate student on the
Fredericton campus who demonstrates
outstanding performance in German language,
literature or translation.
Fall term for a student in the BDA or BSc(CS)
program who upon completion of at least 30 ch
has an outstanding average in the required first
level Mathematics, Computer Science and
Statistics courses. The award is made on the
recommendation of the Dean of SASE. The
prize has been funded by friends of Pauline
Graham, former Professor of Mathematics and
Statistics at UNB, Saint John.
conditions: A book to be awarded annually on
German Language Prize
conditions: A prize of $150 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Culture and Language Studies
to the best second-year Fredericton campus
student (those taking specific full-year courses
with 2000 numbers) in German. The prize has
been funded by Departmental Faculty
members.
conditions: A $300 prize to be awarded in the
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PRIZES & AWARDS
Dr. Vicky Gray Memorial Award
Amelia Hall Memorial Prize
Paul Hazelhurst Memorial Prize
field: Women's Studies. value: $650. number:
1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
conditions: A prize of $300 to be awarded
conditions: A prize of $110 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
members of the Discipline of English in the
Department of Humanities and Languages to a
student at the Saint John campus entering the
fourth year (90 to 120 ch) who has shown
academic promise in prior courses in Dramatic
Literature and/or Theatre Arts. The prize has
been established by Mrs. M.A. MacDonald in
memory of Amelia Hall, distinguished
Canadian actress for many years with the
Stratford Festival, and one of its founding
members.
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Administration, to a student entering the
second year of the Bachelor of Business
Administration degree program on the
Fredericton campus. This award will be made
to an outstanding student who, at the end of the
regular academic year in which he or she
completes 30 ch, has achieved the highest
sessional grade point average. This prize has
been funded by the friends of the late Paul
Edward Hazlehurst.
Fredericton campus student engaged in full or
part-time study who is entering the final year of
the current degree program and has a
continuing interest in and commitment to
Women's Studies. The recipient normally will
have completed the introductory course in
Women's Studies and be pursuing a minor in
Women's Studies or a comparable course of
studies. A minimum grade point average of 3.0
in the last 30 credit hours undertaken is
required. apply: Co-ordinator of Women's
Studies, UNB, by April 15. awarding agency: A
Selection Committee composed of the
Coordinator of the Women's Studies Program,
a representative of the Estate of Dr. Vicky
Gray, and two other members of the Women's
Studies Program. donor: The Estate and
Friends of Dr. Vicky Gray.
Mary Grey Memorial Prize
conditions: A prize of $85 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Education to a student in the Special
Education area of the DAUS program.
Preference may be given to those who have
demonstrated an interest in working with
persons with mental disabilities. The prize has
been funded by the New Brunswick Association
of Auxiliary Teachers and will be presented at
the Graduation reception.
Allan K. Grimmer Prize
field: Civil Engineering. value: Up to $1,200.
number: 4. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Students who have completed two years of
study of the regular program in the Department
of Civil Engineering. Preference will be given to
applicants with high academic qualifications,
who are not already in receipt of a major
scholarship. awarding agency: The University
on the recommendation of the Department of
Civil Engineering. donor: The late Allan K.
Grimmer.
F. Howard Grimmer Prize
conditions: An annual prize of $200
bequeathed by Miss Bessie T. Grimmer for
proficiency in the courses required for the
Freshman level in the Faculty of Arts as
selected by the University authorities.
Govind and Lakshmi Gujar Computer
Science Prize
conditions: A prize to be awarded annually on
the recommendation of the Faculty of
Computer Science to the outstanding
graduating student in Computer Science on the
Fredericton campus with the highest
cumulative grade point average. The student
must have completed a minimum of three
quarters of the degree program at UNB. The
student receiving this prize may or may not be
the same person who receives the LieutenantGovernor of New Brunswick Silver Medal
(since the selection criteria are different). The
prize has been funded by Mrs. Sarita U. Gujar
and Professor Uday G. Gujar to honor Prof.
Gujar's parents.
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Richard Burpee Hanson Prize
field: Arts. value: $300. number: 1. duration: 1
year. conditions: Male student, other than a
Beaverbrook Scholar, who has registered for
the full Junior level (61-90 ch) in the Faculty of
Arts, having completed the Freshman (1-30 ch)
and Sophomore level (31-60 ch) in Arts at the
University of New Brunswick or the sophomore
level (31-60 ch) in Arts at such University and
who has made the highest grades in English
and History in the Sophomore level (31-60 ch)
in Arts. apply: The Dean, Faculty of Arts,
University of New Brunswick. donor: Mrs. R.B.
Hanson.
Thomas Harrison Memorial Prize
conditions: An annual prize of $750, given to a
student who has completed two years (at least
60 ch) of the program in which the student is
registered, and in the opinion of the
Mathematics Department, shows the greatest
promise in Mathematics. This prize was
established by the late Mrs. Ida G.W. Harrison.
W. H. Harrison Prize for
Conversational French
conditions: A prize of $350 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of French and the Department of
Humanities and Languages to the graduating
student who has shown the highest
achievement in the oral skills of French. The
prize has been funded by the estate of the late
W.H. Harrison. Students whose first language
is French are not eligible.
Richard B. Hatfield Prize in Political
Science
conditions: The Honourable Richard B. Hatfield
(1931-1991), Premier of the Province of New
Brunswick from 1970 to 1987, established an
endowment fund, the proceeds of which are to
be used for awarding annually the Richard B.
Hatfield Prize in Political Science to the
graduating student who obtains the highest
average in the courses required for the Majors
or Honours programs in Political Science. The
prize is awarded on the recommendation of the
Department of Political Science. The recipient
must have achieved at least second class
standing and may not be a double majors
candidate for a degree.
Hebrew Congregation of Fredericton
Prize
conditions: An annual prize of $100,
established by the Hebrew Congregation of
Fredericton, to be given to a student having the
highest standing in Education.
Jason Herron Memorial Award
duration: A prize to be awarded annually to
students who have completed at least 90 credit
hours in the Bachelor of Forest Engineering or
Bachelor of Forestry degree program on the
Fredericton campus. Major consideration will
be given to students who have demonstrated
professionalism, a commitment to fellow
students, academic leadership and whose
judgement is respected by peers and faculty.
Nominations from students, staff and faculty
will be received by the Faculty Scholarship
committee. This award is funded by friends and
colleagues of Jason Herron, Forest Manager
for Georgia-Pacific in New Brunswick for many
years, and a UNB lecturer, 2000-03.
Honors Prize in Psychology
conditions: A prize of $700 is awarded on the
recommendation of the Department of
Psychology to the honours Psychology student
on the Fredericton campus entering final year
(having completed 90 to 96 ch) with the highest
standing in Psychology courses (minimum 24
ch). Part-time students are eligible.
Barry Hoyt Student Leadership Award
conditions: An award of $1,000 and a plaque or
certificate is awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Office of Student Life
and Support Services to a Saint John campus
student who has made an outstanding
contribution to student life and school spirit.
The recipient has completed a minimum of two
years (a minimum of 60 ch) of his or her degree
on the Saint John campus; must be in good
academic standing (min. 2.5 cumulative gpa);
and has demonstrated outstanding leadership
in student activities and/or university activities.
These activities could include but not be limited
to: orientation, peer mentoring and student
government. This award is funded by friends
and family of Barry Hoyt, the UNB Saint John
Student Union and the Class of 2001.
PRIZES & AWARDS
Peter J. Hughes Sustainable Forestry
Award
International Development Studies
Essay Book Prize
conditions: Awarded on the recommendation of
conditions: A book to be awarded annually on
the Faculty of Forestry and Environmental
Management to a full time student on the
Fredericton campus in the Faculty of Forestry
and Environmental Management after the
completion of at least 60 ch in the BScF or
BScFE degree program. The recipient must
have demonstrated a commitment to
sustainable forestry practices. Preference will
be given to students from Atlantic Canada who
have been involved in private woodlot
management. The award has been funded by
family, friends and business associates in
memory of the late Peter J. Hughes who was a
long-time employee of the NB Federation of
Woodlot Owners.
the recommendation of the IDS Faculty
Committee to the undergraduate student on the
Fredericton campus who has written the best
essay in an IDS core course. The prize is
funded by the IDS program.
Ronald C. Hurley Award in Chemical
Engineering
conditions: An award of $150 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
students and faculty members of the
Department of Chemical Engineering to a
graduating student in the Department of
Chemical Engineering. Made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and participation in
department, university and community
activities. Donated by students and faculty
members in the Department of Chemical
Engineering.
International Development Studies
Honours Book Prize
conditions: A book to be awarded annually on
the recommendation of the IDS Faculty
Committee to the undergraduate student on the
Fredericton campus who has written the best
Honours thesis. The prize is funded by the IDS
program.
Brydone Jack Prize
conditions: An annual prize of $540 donated by
the Associated Alumni of the University of New
Brunswick. It is to be awarded to the full time
student who obtains the highest standing in the
final two terms of the Electrical or Computer
Engineering program.
D. Malcolm Jeffrey Memorial Prize
conditions: The family of the late D. Malcolm
Jeffrey has established a prize of $100 to be
awarded annually to the Civil Engineering
student who obtains the second highest
standing based on the regular (full time
student) work in the final two years of the
student's regular program.
I.O.D.E. Provincial Chapter Prize in
History
R. Wayne Jollineau Prize in Business
conditions: Two annual prizes of $100 have
conditions: A prize to be awarded annually at
been donated by the Imperial Order Daughters
of the Empire, Provincial Chapter, to be
awarded on each campus to a Junior level (6190 ch) student with the highest standing in
British and/or Commonwealth History.
Spring Convocation, on the recommendation of
the Faculty of Business, to a student
graduating from the Faculty of Business on the
Saint John Campus showing high academic
achievement and overall contribution to
campus life, in particular to the enhancement of
student life in this program. The prize is named
for Professor R. Wayne Jollineau, who in his 25
years on the Saint John Campus was
instrumental in the establishment of the fouryear BBA and the Business Co-op program, as
well as ensuring UNBSJ's participation in the
MBA program. The prize is funded by faculty,
staff, family, friends and former students of
Professor Jollineau.
Margaret Burton Innes Award
conditions: An award of $250 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Nursing to a full-time BN student at the
Moncton site. The recipient is selected on the
basis of academic ability and demonstrated
excellence in nursing. The award has been
funded by the family of the late Margaret Burton
Innes, a graduate of the former Moncton
Hospital School of Nursing.
Institute of Public Admin. of Saint
John Branch Prize
conditions: A prize of books and money to be
awarded on an annual basis to a mature or
part-time Saint John campus student based on
performance in the intership programs such as
POLS 4610 - Urban Studies Internship, or
POLS 4612 - Urban Government Workshop.
Selection of the winner will be based on the
recommendation of the instructors of
Economics, Political Science and Public
Administration. The prize is funded by the
Institute of Public Administration of Canada
(Saint John Branch).
Peter Jollymore Award in E-Business
and Commerce
conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Business to a Saint John campus student
enrolled in the E-Business and Commerce
program. The prize is awarded to the student
who has shown high academic achievement
and has made a significant contribution to
student life on campus, and in particular, to
student life in the E-Business and Commerce
program. The prize is funded by friends and
colleagues of Peter Jollymore. A prominent
business member in the community as well as
internationally, Peter Jollymore served as
Acting Dean of Business at the Saint John
campus.
Dr. C. C. Jones Prize
field: Unrestricted. value: $250. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Regularly enrolled
student who has completed the normal
requirements for the first year of the program in
which he/she is registered. Awarded on the
basis of the record of the student in first year at
the University as follows: (1) First division
standing in either Mathematics 1003/1013 or
1053/1063. (2) General standing in all other
subjects of the first year. (3) The worthiness of
the student. Holders of a major scholarship are
ineligible. awarding agency: Associated
Alumni, UNB. donor: The Associated Alumni of
UNB.
Herbert E. Jones Accounting Prize
conditions: A prize to be awarded annually on
the recommendation of the Faculty of Business
to the student with the highest standing in the
area of Accounting at UNB Saint John, who is
in receipt of no other awards. The prize has
been funded by the late Herbert E. Jones.
Dr. W. C. Keirstead Memorial Prize in
Philosophy
conditions: This prize of $250 has been
established by the Associated Alumni in
memory of Dr. W.C. Keirstead, formerly a
professor of Philosophy at this University. It is
awarded to a full or part-time student, on either
Campus, who graduates with an
undergraduate Bachelor's degree during the
academic year of the award, who has not
previously won the award, and who makes the
highest average of those eligible in any twenty
four credit hours in Philosophy courses beyond
the Introductory Level, of which eighteen credit
hours must be in courses at the Advanced
Level. The award is made on the
recommendation of the Department of
Philosophy and of the professors of Philosophy
in the Department of Humanities and
Languages.
Dr. W. C. Keirstead Prize in
Economics
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded on
the recommendation of the Department of
Economics to the undergraduate student who
has submitted the best research essay. The
prize has been donated by Mr. and Mrs. James
E. Porter.
Miles A. Keirstead Prize in Physics
conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Physics
faculty members on the Saint John campus to
an outstanding student who achieves high
standing in a full-year Freshman level Physics
course on the Saint John campus. The prize
has been funded through the University Faculty
Fund.
Leslie Kelly Memorial Prize
conditions: A prize to be awarded annually, on
the recommendation of the appropriate faculty
member in Chemistry, to the student who
achieves the highest standing in second year
Organic Chemistry at UNB Saint John. The
prize has been funded by Dr. Ronald B. Kelly,
Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, in memory of
his late wife.
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Ketchum Memorial Medal
Gillian Liebenberg Prize
conditions: A silver medal to be known as the
conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded
"Ketchum Medal" has been founded according
to the will of the late H.G.C. Ketchum, Esq., and
is to be awarded to the top graduating student
in Civil Engineering based on the regular (full
time student) work in the final two terms of the
student's regular program.
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of History on the Fredericton
campus to a mature female student who has
demonstrated scholastic excellence in history.
Murray Kinloch Memorial Prize in
Linguistics
conditions: An annual prize awarded, at the
discretion of the Linguistics Committee, to a
student on the Fredericton campus with a
distinguished record in linguistics. It is not
restricted to majors or honours students in
Linguistics. The prize is funded by friends and
colleagues of the late Dr. Murray Kinloch.
Gottfried Konecny Survey Award
field: Survey Engineering. value: $980.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions: A
student with high academic standing, creative
abilities, and a constructive attitude towards the
surveying profession who has completed six
terms of the Surveying Engineering program.
Financial need will also be considered.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of the Department of
Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering. donor:
The Gottfried Konecny Survey Award Fund.
Amby Leger - Pete Kelly Prize
conditions: A prize of $1000 is awarded to the
student who has completed three years (101
credit hours) of the Bachelor of Recreation and
Leisure Studies. The award will be made to the
student who has demonstrated the highest
academic achievement (Cumulative Grade
Point Average). Donor: Physical Education and
Recreation Alumni.
Angela Ludan Levine Memorial Book
Prize
conditions: A book prize to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of English for the most impressive
creative work by a Fredericton campus
graduate or undergraduate student in the
English Department during the academic year.
The prize has been funded by Dr. Larry Levine.
Blanche and Percy M. Levine
Memorial Prize
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Administration to the full-time Fredericton
campus students in the Business
Administration degree program who attains the
highest assessment year grade point average
in the penultimate year of the degree program.
The prize has been donated by the family of the
late Mr. & Mrs. P. M. Levine.
Harry Levine Prize in Computer
Science
conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Computer Science to a deserving student
graduating in the Computer Science program.
The prize has been donated by the Levine
Family.
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Lieutenant Governor of New
Brunswick Silver Medal
conditions: Fifteen medals are to be awarded
annually to the outstanding graduating student
in each Faculty. The selection is to be made in
each case by the appropriate Faculty. The
medals are awarded at Encaenia on the
Fredericton campus and the Spring
Convocation on the Saint John campus.
Awarded to the full-time or part-time student
judged to be the most outstanding student
based primarily on the last half of his/her
program as decided by the Faculty in
consultation with the Registrar. Students
enrolled in a concurrent program are eligible to
be considered for the medal in each of the
degree programs so represented.
Herbert S. Lipsett Memorial Award in
Biology
conditions: This award has been given by Mr.
And Mrs. Nathan Liphshetz in memory of the
late Herbert S. Lipsett, a graduate of UNB. This
award is made annually to a student in Biology,
who has demonstrated academic excellence.
The amount of the award is approximately
$250.
Derek L. Livesey Memorial Prize in
Physics
conditions: A prize of a minimum of $500 to be
awarded annually on the recommendation of
the Department of Physics to an outstanding
Fredericton campus student who achieves high
standing in Physics 1050 and Physics 1055.
The prize has been funded by the family of the
late Derek L. Livesey, a former UNB Physics
Professor and Department Chairperson, who
developed the course.
Duane Logan Award
conditions: An award to be made annually on
the recommendation of the Department of
Chemical Engineering to the Chemical
Engineering student on the Fredericton
Campus who has completed 110 to 135 ch in
the program, and who in the opinion of the
Department best demonstrates the qualities of
tenacity and fellowship. Preference will be
given to those students who are not, during the
same year, recipients of other awards and
scholarships valued at over $500. The award
has been funded by the Chemical Engineering
Class of 1966 in memory of their fellow
classmate, Duane Logan.
Purves Loggie Prize
field: Engineering. value: $250. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Student having
highest standing in the introductory surveying
course. donor: Family of the late Mr. Purves
Loggie.
Mary Louise Lynch Prize in Memory
of Annie McGuiggan
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Registrar to a graduate of St. Vincent's High
School or St. Malachys High School, with
preference given to the St. Vincents graduate,
who has the highest standing after completing
the first and second years of full-time study at
the Saint John Campus of the University of
New Brunswick. The prize has been funded by
Miss Mary Louise Lynch, a long-time member
of the Board of Governors of the University, in
honour of her former teacher at St. Vincent's,
who was an inspiring teacher over her many
years of distinguished service.
Mary Louise Lynch Prize in Memory
of Harriet L. Irving
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Business at UNBSJ to the student in
Business Administration who has attained the
highest grade point average in a minimum of 30
ch at the second year level. The prize has been
funded by Miss Mary Louise Lynch.
Prize in Memory of Ellen J. and M.
Josephine Lynch
conditions: A prize of $300 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Biology
faculty members to the graduating student with
the highest standing in a Biology program at
UNBSJ. Preference will be given to a student in
the Marine Biology option. The prize has been
funded by Miss Mary Louise Lynch, a long-time
member of the Board of Governors of the
University, in honour of her aunts.
Prize in Memory of Mary Louise &
Francis J. Lynch
conditions: A prize of $300 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of History and Politics in
consultation with the History faculty members
to the student with the highest standing in
introductory Canadian History on the Saint
John Campus. The prize has been funded by
Miss Mary Louise Lynch, a long-time member
of the Board of Governors of the University, in
honour of her parents.
John D. MacCallum Memorial Prize
conditions: A prize with a minimum of $100
awarded to the student on the Saint John
campus who attains the highest grade in a
course involving Municipal Government (at
least A-). Courses to be considered in
descending order of priority are Provincial and
Municipal relations, the Government of
Metropolitan Areas, and Canadian Municipal
Government. If none of these courses is offered
in any given year, the prize would be awarded
for a course closely related to one of these.
Funded by friends of the late John D.
MacCallum.
PRIZES & AWARDS
Ian Scott MacDonald Prize
Fred Magee Prize (UNBSJ)
Theresa McGrath Prize
conditions: A prize of $100 is awarded each
conditions: An annual prize of $200 established
conditions: A book prize (a French/English
term to the student enrolled in Bachelor of
Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering)
degree program on the Fredericton campus
who has submitted the Senior Report which is
judged to be best in terms of creativity in
design. Selection is made by a panel of judges
consisting of faculty members within the
Department of Civil Engineering. The prize is
funded by an endowment established by the
late Ira M. Beattie.
by the late Dr. Fred Magee to be awarded at
the Sophomore (31-60 ch) level, to a Saint
John campus student who is not of French
origin, whose work in both conversational and
written French is, in the opinion of the French
Section, Department of Humanities and
Languages, most satisfactory.
dictionary) to be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Second Language
Education group to a graduating student with a
concentration in French Second Language
Education. French must be the student's
second language (native speakers of French
are excluded). The students overall grade point
average must be B or above and a grade of B
must be obtained in all French Second
Language education courses. As well, the
internship in a FSL classroom must be deemed
as being very successful. The prize has been
funded by Mrs. Theresa McGrath-Halbot.
William Stuart Macfarlane Prize
field: Classics. value: Up to $5,000. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Graduating
student who, in the opinion of the authorities of
UNB dealing with such matters, is the best
classical scholar in Latin and Greek of the
graduating class of said University. apply: The
Dean, Faculty of Arts, UNB. donor: Mrs. Annie
Macfarlane Logan.
Neil MacGill Prize in Business Ethics
conditions: One prize of $250 will be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Philosophy (UNBF) in each
section of PHIL 2153 "Ethical Issues in
Business" to a student with the highest
standing (at least A-), especially in essay work.
The prize has been funded by friends and
colleagues of Professor Neil MacGill.
Dr. Katherine MacLaggan Memorial
Prize
field: Basic degree course in Nursing. value:
$1,900. number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
The award is made to the student obtaining a
high academic average in the Junior year
(having successfully completed 131-136 ch)
with demonstrated excellence in nursing
practice and who is enrolling in the Senior year
for full-time study. awarding agency: The
University in consultation with the Faculty of
Nursing. donor: Fund established by friends of
the late Dr. Katherine MacLaggan.
Fred Magee Prize in Technology
Education
conditions: A prize of approximately $1,000 to
be awarded annually, on the recommendation
of the Faculty of Education, to a graduating
student in the Technology Education Section,
Faculty of Education, who has demonstrated
academic excellence, qualities of leadership,
and professional promise in technology
education. The prize is funded by the Fred
Magee endowment fund to the NB Department
of Education.
Fred Magee Prize (UNBF)
conditions: Two annual prizes of $300 each
established by the late Dr. Fred Magee. One
prize to be awarded in each of the Freshman
(1-30 ch) and Junior (61-90 ch) levels, to a
Fredericton campus student who is not of
French origin, whose work in both
conversational and written French is, in the
opinion of the Department of French, most
satisfactory.
E. D. Maher Prize
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded
annually to a full-time student enrolled in the
penultimate year of the undergraduate
Business Administration program. (The student
must have successfully completed a minimum
of 60 ch toward the BBA degree.) The award is
made to the student who attained the highest
grade point average in the business courses
required in the first 60 ch of the business
program. The prize has been funded by
graduates, faculty, staff, organizations, and
friends in recognition of E.D. Maher's many
contributions to the University community and,
in particular, to the undergraduate business
program.
Chester Martin Prize in History
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of History, to a student entering the
History majors or honours program on the
Fredericton campus of the University of New
Brunswick who, during the first 60 ch, achieves
a high average grade in twelve to eighteen
credit hours in History, and an overall grade
point average of at least 3.50. The prize was
named by Dr. Alfred G. Bailey in memory of
Chester Martin, a graduate of the University of
New Brunswick and Canada's first Rhodes
Scholar, who was for many years Head of the
History Department at the University of
Toronto.
W. A. G. McAndrew Prize
conditions: An annual prize in honour of the late
Dr. W.A.G. McAndrew, professor of French and
Head of the Department of Romance
Languages, to be awarded to the student on
the Fredericton campus whom the Department
of French considers to have done the most
satisfactory work in two courses (six ch) at the
sophomore level (31 - 60 ch) in French as a
second language. The prize has been
sponsored by the French Department.
Peter McGahan Prize in Sociology
conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded
annually to a student on the Saint John campus
who has completed an honors program in
Sociology and has produced the best honours
thesis as deemed by the faculty members of
the Department of Social Science at UNBSJ.
The prize is funded by Elizabeth McGahan.
R.H.B. McLaughlin Prize in
Civil Engineering
conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded to the
graduating student who has obtained the
highest average in the courses in building and
construction offered by the Department of Civil
Engineering. Only those who have successfully
completed 75 per cent of the electives in the
designated areas will be eligible. Donor: Prof.
R.H.B. McLaughlin, Class of 1943.
Dr. Alan Y. McLean Memorial Prize
conditions: A prize of $1,000 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Chair of
the J. Herbert Smith/ACOA Chair in
Technology Management and
Entrepreneurship to the student attaining the
highest grade point average within the 15 ch of
the TME Diploma Program. A book to be
selected by the Chair will be presented to the
recipient and a copy placed in the library in the
Centre. The name of the student will be placed
on a plaque in the Dr. J. Herbert Smith Seminar
Room.
Nan McLellan Prize in Art History
conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Humanities and Languages
based on academic performance to the best
student in courses in Art History. The award
commemorates a former University librarian, a
well-known supporter of community and
cultural activities in the greater Saint John area.
The prize is being funded by friends of the late
Nan McLellan.
Margaret McPhedran Prize I
conditions: (1) An annual prize of $320
awarded to a student enrolled in full-time study
in the basic degree program in the Faculty of
Nursing who has obtained the highest standing
in the Theory and Practice of Nursing in the
Junior Year.(2) An annual prize of $320
awarded to a student enrolled in the degree
program for Registered Nurses in the Faculty of
Nursing who has obtained the highest standing
in the Theory and Practice of Nursing in the
Junior Year.
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Senator Muriel McQueen Fergusson
Memorial Prize in History
Muriel Miller Award in Creative
Writing
conditions: A prize of $350 to be awarded
conditions: A medal and a monetary award to
annually to an undergraduate Fredericton
campus student, on the recommendation of the
Department of History, for an outstanding
essay in Women's History. This essay would be
part of a History course requirement.
Candidates may be enrolled in any
undergraduate degree program. The prize is
named in honour of the first woman Speaker of
the Senate. The prize has been funded by Dr.
Gillian Thompson.
be awarded annually on the recommendation
of the Department of English to the most
promising undergraduate student on the
Fredericton campus in the Department of
English in its Creative Writing Program.
Preference will be given to residents of Atlantic
Canada. The award has been established by
Michael and Brian Miner in memory of their
mother, the late Muriel Miller, a New Brunswick
born creative writer who wrote Bliss Carman's
biography, and was a graduate of UNB in
English.
John Meagher Prize
conditions: A prize of $1000 is awarded to the
student who has completed three years (101
credit hours) of the Bachelor of Kinesiology
program. The award will be made to the
student who has demonstrated the highest
academic achievement (Cumulative Grade
Point Average). Donor: Physical Education and
Recreation Alumni.
Merck Frosst Award in Experimental
Chemistry
conditions: To be awarded to students enrolled
in an introductory organic chemistry laboratory
course. Copies of the current edition of "The
Merck Index" are to be given to deserving
students on each campus based on their
performance in first-year Chemistry laboratory
courses. Selection is to be made by the course
instructors. The awards are funded by Merck
Frosst Canada Inc. and by faculty members in
Chemistry.
Merrithew - de Grandpre Prize in
Entrepreneurship
conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Administration to a student or a team of
students in the Faculty of Administration on the
Fredericton campus who prepares an
outstanding business plan in the course
BA4107: Studies in Small Business. The prize
has been donated by Michael Merrithew (BBA
'80) and Louise de Grandpré (BPE '79, BBA
'80).
H.H. (Mike) Mikaelian Memorial Prize
conditions: A $500 prize to be awarded to a
Fredericton campus student who has just
completed the requirements for the second or
third year of the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of
Science degree program with an Honours in
Psychology. The recipient must be in good
academic standing, have intentions of pursuing
a career in Psychology, be involved in research
activities and actively demonstrate curiosity,
and passion for the search of knowledge and
understanding in the field of Psychology. The
prize is funded by the family, friends and
colleagues of the late Dr. H.H. (Mike)
Mikaelian.
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MindCare New Brunswick Prize in
Nursing
conditions: A prize of $300 to be awarded
annually, on the recommendation of the
Department of Nursing, to an outstanding
graduating student who achieves the highest
cumulative grade point average in the BN/RN
Nursing Program on the Saint John campus.
The prize has been funded by MindCare New
Brunswick.
Montgomery - Campbell Prize
conditions: This prize was awarded for the first
time to the Graduating Class of 1880 and has
been offered annually since in memory of
George Montgomery-Campbell, sometime
Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge and
Professor of Classics in UNB from 1861 until
his death in 1871. Through the generosity of
the Executors of the Estates of Colonel Henry
Montgomery-Campbell and General Herbert
Montgomery-Campbell, a trust fund has been
established to provide for this prize in
perpetuity. This prize will now have an annual
value of $1,650 and will be awarded in the
following order of priority: 1) to a student for
Junior level (61-90 ch) Latin and Greek or for
Junior level Latin only, if there are no eligible
students in Greek; 2) to the best qualified
student in the Classics Department registered
as an Honours or Majors student in Classics; 3)
to any other Junior or Senior level student
taking courses in the Department of Classics;
4) to the student with the highest standing in
the penultimate year of a Bachelor's degree
program, regardless of Faculty.
John F. Murphy Prize in Electrical
Engineering
conditions: A prize to be awarded annually on
the recommendation of the Department of
Electrical Engineering to the Fredericton
campus student in the Electrical Engineering
degree program whose senior undergraduate
project best displays outstanding technical
merit. The prize has been funded by friends of
John Murphy, an Electronics Technologist who
served the University with distinction for 26
years, 1968-1994.
Anne Murray Prize
conditions: A prize of $1000 is awarded to the
student who has completed three years (101
credit hours) of the Bachelor of Science in
Kinesiology Program. The award will be made
to the student who has demonstrated the
highest academic achievement (Cumulative
Grade Point Average). Donor: Physical
Education and Recreation Alumni.
New Brunswick Institute of Chartered
Accountants Prize
conditions: A prize of $1000 is awarded
annually to the student currently enrolled in the
regular Business Administration degree
program on each UNB campus, who has
attained the highest weighted average grade in
introduction to Business Finance, Intermediate
Accounting 1 and Intermediate Accounting II.
The courses must be taken at UNB but may be
taken during the regular academic year,
intersession or summer school.
New Brunswick Nurses' Union Prize
conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of graduating
Nursing students, to a graduating Nursing
student exemplifying high academic standards,
leadership skills, involvement in extracurricular
activities, and commitment to enhancing the
interests and status of classmates. The prize
has been provided by NBNU and will be
presented at the Pin Dinner for Nursing
graduates.
New Brunswick Road Builders
Scholarship
field: Civil Engineering. value: $750. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a fulltime Civil Engineering student in the
penultimate year of the regular program based
on experience, need, and an interest in road
building. The award is to be given to a student
who is a resident of the Province of New
Brunswick. donor: Road Builders Association of
New Brunswick Incorpo
North Eastern Forest Soils Prize
conditions: An annual prize of a book or money,
valued at a minimum of $100, to be awarded to
the full-time student having the highest
standing in the second-level soils course (FOR
2505) taught at UNB. In any given year, when a
mark of A or higher is not achieved by any
student, the prize will not be awarded. The
prize was established to emphasize the
paramount importance of soils, not only for
forestry but for the very existence of every life
form on earth. Selection of the recipient will be
made on the recommendation of the Professor
of the soils course and the Scholarship
Committee of the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management. The prize is
funded by the 1999 North Eastern Forest Soils
Conference Scholarship Fund and the Faculty
of Forestry and Environmental Management.
PRIZES & AWARDS
Philip W. Oland Prize in Chemistry
conditions: A $250 prize awarded annually on
the recommendation of the course instructor to
an outstanding Saint John campus student who
achieves academic excellence in sophomore
level Inorganic Chemistry. Funded by
Moosehead Breweries Limited, the prize
honours the late Philip W. Oland, D. Litt ‘78, a
member of the first class graduating from UNB
with a BSc in Arts in 1930.
Organic Chemistry Prize UNBSJ
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded to a
Saint John campus student who achieves high
standing in CHEM 2401/2422 (Organic
Chemistry I & II). The prize is funded by Saint
John Laboratory Services Ltd.
Sasi Mohan Pal Prize
conditions: A prize of approximately $100 to be
awarded annually on the recommendation of
the Department of Chemical Engineering to a
Fredericton campus visa student, who
achieves the highest standing at the
completion of second or third year of the
Chemical Engineering degree program at UNB
(minimum 80 ch). The prize has been funded
by Mrs. Purabi Pal in memory of her husband,
Sasi Mohan Pal, a graduate of UNB.
Dean D. Kermode Parr Prize in
English
conditions: A prize of $1000 to be awarded
annually, on the recommendation of the
English Department and the Division of
Humanities and Languages, to an outstanding
student who achieves high standing in fourth
year English.
Samuel Leonard Peters Prize
conditions: The late Miss Marianne Grey Otty
has bequeathed $900 to UNB, the income
therefrom to be used to establish a prize in
memory of Flying Officer S. Leonard Peters, of
Queenstown, N.B., who was killed in action,
August 1944, while serving with the RCAF over
France. The prize will be awarded to the
student who has the highest standing in the first
year of the Mechanical Engineering program.
Ingrid J. Peterson Memorial Prize
conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Education, to the graduating student
specializing in English of Literacy, who has
maintained the highest grade point average.
Funded by friends of the late Ingrid J. Peterson.
Philosophy Book Prize
conditions: A book prize is awarded on the
recommendation of the Department of
Philosophy in each of a number of upper level
courses in Philosophy to a student with high
standing. The courses in which prizes are to be
awarded will be announced by the Department
of Philosophy each year. donor: Anonymous.
Politics Class of 1995 Prize
conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of faculty in
the discipline to an outstanding student in
Politics on the Saint John campus who has
completed 60 credit hours in the B.A. program.
This prize is funded from the proceeds of the
sales of "Rebuilding National Political Parties"
(1997), a book published by Prof. Don
Desserud's senior students.
T.M. Pond Memorial Prize for Natural
Resources Writing
conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of a
committee representing the University and the
Forestry Association to the student in any
faculty who is in the third year of a degree
program and produces the best essay on the
theme of the wise use and protection of New
Brunswick's renewable natural resources. The
prize is funded by the Canadian Forestry
Association of New Brunswick. The prize is in
memory of the late Mr. T.M. Pond who was an
active and strong supporter of the Association
for many years.
Francis H. Premadas Prize in Biology
conditions: A prize to be awarded annually to a
student entering the second year and majoring
in Biology on the Saint John campus who, in
the opinion of Faculty members in Biology,
shows the greatest promise. The prize has
been funded by colleagues and friends upon
retirement of Dr. F.H. Premdas who taught
Biology on the Saint John campus for nearly 30
years
Prize in Actuarial Science
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Mathematics and Statistics to a
Fredericton campus student who has passed at
least one examination given by the Society of
Actuaries and is taking appropriate courses.
Students should have demonstrated a
continuing interest in actuarial science. The
prize has been funded in part by a grant from
the Society of Actuaries.
Douglas R. Pullman Prize in
Sociology
conditions: A prize has been established in
honour of the contribution of Douglas R.
Pullman to the development of Sociology at
UNB. It will be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Department of
Sociology to the graduating student on the
Fredericton campus with a Major in Sociology.
The award would be made on the discretion of
the Department of Sociology. The prize has
been established by colleagues of Dr. Douglas
Pullman.
Jamie Reid Prize for History of the
Military in New Brunswick
conditions: A $200 prize to be awarded
annually, on the recommendation of the
Department of History, to an undergraduate or
graduate student for the best essay on the
history of the military in New Brunswick written
by a student on the Fredericton campus. The
prize has been established by Major Jamie
Reid of the Princess Patricias Canadian Light
Infantry.
Tom Riesterer Memorial Prize
conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of English to the student who has
written the best undergraduate or graduate
essay for the Fredericton campus UNB English
Department. The prize has been funded by the
family of Tom Riesterer.
Dr. Stefan Rinco Memorial Prize in
Statistics
conditions: A prize of approximately $250
dedicated to the memory of Stefan Rinco,
Professor of Statistics at UNB, 1974-87. The
prize is to be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Department of
Mathematics and Statistics, to an outstanding
Fredericton campus student enrolled in a
degree or joint degree program in Statistics.
The student must have completed a minimum
of 90 ch toward meeting the degree
requirements. The prize is being funded by the
family, friends and colleagues of the late Dr.
Stefan Rinco.
Sir Charles G. D. Roberts Memorial
Prize
conditions: An annual prize of $400 to be
awarded for the best short story submitted by
an undergraduate. The stories are to be
submitted to the Chair of the Department of
English.
Eunice White Robertson Memorial
Prize
field: History. value: About $800. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Woman student
who has made a careful investigation of some
subject of local history of the Province of New
Brunswick selected by the Department of
History of the University, and has submitted a
competent essay thereon, and has obtained a
high standing in the History courses of the
Junior level (61-90 ch) at the University. The
essay is to be the principal criterion of the
award, although the student's class standing
will also be considered. apply: Department of
History. awarding agency: The University,
Department of History. donor: Mrs. Phoebe
W.R. Keiffer.
Robert Fulton Ross Memorial Prize in
Anthropology
conditions: A prize of $90 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Arts to a graduating Fredericton campus
student enrolled in a major or honours program
in Anthropology who has submitted the best
essay in Anthropology. The prize was donated
by Mrs. Ann Hanley class of 1896, in memory
of her father.
Russian Book Prize
conditions: A book to be awarded annually on
the recommendation of the Department of
Culture and Language Studies to an
undergraduate or graduate student on the
Fredericton campus who demonstrates
outstanding performance in any course or
courses in Russian.
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Russian Language Prize
conditions: A prize of $100 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Culture and Language Studies
to the best second-year Fredericton campus
student (those taking specific full-year courses
with 2000 numbers) in Russian. The prize has
been funded by the Departmental Faculty
members.
Saint George Prize
conditions: An annual prize of $180, donated
by the late Ellen F.P. Peake, to be awarded
each year by the English Department for the
highest standing in Sophomore level (31-60 ch)
English.
Saint John Campus Silver
Anniversary Prize
conditions: The Saint John Campus Silver
Anniversary Prize is to be awarded on the
recommendation of the Faculty to an
exceptional student who has completed 90
credit hours of courses at the Saint John
Campus. The prize is to be awarded to one
student each year on a rotating Faculty basis.
Each Faculty will elect its own selection
committee with the Registrar as an ex-officio
member. The funding for this prize was
provided by members of the Saint John Faculty
in commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of
the campus in 1989.
Saint John Computer Science Prize
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded
annually to a student enrolled in the BSc(CS) or
BDA degree programs who has completed at
least 60 credit hours of required courses. The
prize is awarded during the Fall term on the
recommendation of the Department of
Computer Science and Applied Statistics.
Selection will be based primarily on the
student's academic achievement in Computer
related and Statistics courses. The prize is
funded by the members and staff of the
Department of CSAS.
Saint John General Hospital School
of Nursing Alumni Prize
conditions: A prize to be awarded annually, on
the recommendation of the Nursing Faculty at
the Saint John campus, to a student entering
the final year of studies (with 33 or fewer credit
hours to finish) in the BN/RN Degree Program.
This award will be made on the basis of
academic achievement, with preference given
to students who are graduates of the Saint
John General Hospital School of Nursing.
Students may be in competition for the prize
more than once, but may win the prize only one
time.
Saint John Investors Group Book
Prize for Financial Economics
conditions: Two prizes, each a $250 gift
certificate for the UNBSJ bookstore, will be
awarded to the Saint John campus students
with the highest academic standing in ECON
2103 (Financial Institutions and Markets) and
ECON 3114 (International Financial Institutions
and Markets). The prize has been funded by
the Investors Group Inc.
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Sainz Family Spanish Award
Selby Associates Inc. Prize
conditions: An award of $100 to be made
conditions: A prize of $250, to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Culture and Language Studies
to an outstanding student entering the Senior
level (approximately 96 ch) Majors or Honours
program in Spanish. Recipients must be
Canadian citizens or landed immigrants. The
award has been donated by the Sainz Family.
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Forestry and Environmental Management, to
the undergraduate student with the highest
assessment year grade point average in the
BScF or BScFE degree program, who has
demonstrated, through course work and/or
extra-curricular activities, a special interest in
community development, community education
or human productivity. This prize has been
funded by Susan and Jeremy Rickards, Senior
Partners, Selby Associates Inc. - Consultants in
Community Development, Community
Education and Human Productivity.
Irma Sainz & Marcia Koven Prize
conditions: A prize of $60 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Sociology discipline UNB Saint John to a
mature student majoring or honouring in
Sociology entering the final year at UNBSJ.
Funded by Irma Sainz and Marcia Koven.
Schlich Memorial Prize
conditions: The trustees of the Sir William
Schlich Memorial Prize fund offer an annual
prize to a graduating forester or forest engineer
at one of the Canadian forestry schools. The
recipient is to be a deserving student selected
by the Dean of the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management.
Dr. L. P. Sebastian Prize
conditions: Awarded annually based on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management to an outstanding
full-time student in the Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management on the Fredericton
campus who displays excellence in wood
technology, wood products or wood
engineering upon entering the final year of the
Forestry program (approximately 140 ch
completed) or the Forest Engineering degree
program (approximately 163 ch completed).
The prize has been funded by G. and M.
Daugharty with matching funds from Northern
Telecom, and friends of L.P. Sebastian.
Louis R. Seheult Prize
conditions: A prize of $1,000 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Forestry and Environmental Management to
a UNB student who, upon the completion of the
penultimate year of the undergraduate degree
in Forest Engineering, exhibits outstanding
potential for a future role in industry. Awarding
criteria include academic standing in the top
quartile, qualities of leadership, managerial
potential, and a demonstrated understanding of
the interactions of finance, workforce and
technology in the industrial forest engineering
workplace. The prize has been funded by
family and friends of the late Professor Louis R.
Seheult.
Anne & Allen Selby Prize for the
Performing Arts
conditions: A prize of variable value (minimum
$1,000) to be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Faculty of Education to
an undergraduate student enrolled full-time in
the consecutive or concurrent Education
degree program on the Fredericton campus,
who demonstrates outstanding achievement in
the study and presentation of one of the
categories of written, movement, spoken,
musical and dramatic arts. This prize is funded
by Anne and Allen Selby.
SGS Canada Inc Prize in Organic
Chemistry
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded to a
Fredericton campus student who achieves high
standing in CHEM 2401/2422 (Organic
Chemistry I & II). The prize is funded by SGS
Canada Inc.
Agnes Nevers Shaw Memorial Award
conditions: An annual prize of $100 established
by Mr. Wendell B. Shaw to be given to an
undergraduate student in the Faculty of
Education for the best essay on the Magna
Carta.
Alvin J. Shaw Prize in Spanish
conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Culture and Language Studies
to an outstanding student on the Fredericton
campus who achieves high standing in a
Majors or Honours program in Spanish and
who has completed a minimum of 24 ch in that
discipline. The prize has been funded by the
late Professor Alvin J. Shaw.
Alvin J. Shaw Prize in Theatre Arts
conditions: A prize of $600 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Arts
Council Committee on Honours and Prizes, to
an outstanding student on the Fredericton
campus entering the final 30 ch of a Bachelor of
Arts program leading to a major in English
(Drama). The prize has been funded by the late
Professor Alvin J. Shaw.
Lorne Joseph Simon Prize
conditions: A prize of $1000 to be awarded
annually to an outstanding full-time Fredericton
campus First Nations student, with preferences
given to a promising writer. The prize will be
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awarded on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Education (Micmac-Maliseet Institute) in
consultation (where appropriate) with the Prize
Committee of the Department of English. The
prize has been funded by family and friends of
the late Lorne Joseph Simon, an outstanding
student in the Faculty of Education, and an
accomplished writer.
2703 Foundations of Biological Psychology,
and Psychology 2313 Foundations of Clinical
Psychology. Students may receive more than
one award in any given year. These prizes are
funded by the Snodgrass Fund to
commemorate the contributions of Dr. Florence
Snodgrass.
James Simonds Prize in History
conditions: Two prizes of $300 each to be
conditions: Sir Charters J. Simonds of London,
England, has given to the University an amount
to yield an annual income of $575, to establish
"The James Simonds Prize in History", in
honour of James Simonds, one of the original
English settlers at the mouth of the Saint John
River. The prize is awarded for the outstanding
essay on any historical subject.
Dr. Leonard Campbell Smith Mem.
Prize for Ancient History
conditions: This prize is established in memory
of the late Dr. L.C. Smith, Professor Emeritus of
Classics and Ancient History, to be awarded
annually to the student on the Fredericton
campus with the highest standing in any 12 ch
in ancient history and historiography, and
classical archaeology. The award will be made
on recommendation of the Department of
Classics and Ancient History. It is funded by
friends and colleagues of the late Dr. Smith.
Snodgrass Student Travel Awards
conditions: Open to Fredericton campus
students with Honours in Psychology who are
the first authors of a paper or poster presented
at a peer-refereed psychological conference. A
committee struck by the Chair of the
Department of Psychology will recommend one
or more awards to support travel to present an
outstanding paper or poster at a national or
international conference. The paper or poster
must be judged, on the basis of a submitted
abstract, to be of strong scholarly merit in terms
of innovation, rigour, and potential to make a
contribution to the discipline. Students are only
eligible to receive one travel award during each
academic year. Students must apply prior to
attending the conference and must submit the
abstract as well as written confirmation that the
paper or poster has been accepted with their
application. apply: The Psychology Department
Chair, UNB Fredericton. awarding agency:
Psychology Department, UNB Fredericton.
donor: Snodgrass Fund to commemorate the
contributions of Dr. Florence Snodgrass.
deadline: May 1 and October 1.
Dr. Florence Snodgrass Memorial
Prizes
conditions: Up to six $100 prizes to be awarded
annually to Fredericton campus students for
their outstanding achievements in and
contributions to each of the following second
year psychology courses offered on the
Fredericton campus: Psychology 2113
Introduction to Research and Statistical
Methods in Psychology; Psychology 2203
Foundations of Developmental Psychology;
Psychology 2403 Foundations of Social
Psychology; Psychology 2603 Foundations of
Learning, Memory, & Cognition; Psychology
Dr. Florence Snodgrass Essay Prizes
awarded annually to Fredericton campus
students for an outstanding essay submitted in
3000/4000-level Psychology courses.
Selection will be based on the quality of the
papers in both content (scientific merit and
originality) and written expression. These
prizes have been funded by the Snodgrass
Fund to commemorate the contribution of Dr.
Florence Snodgrass.
Dr. Florence Snodgrass Graduating
Prize in Psychology
conditions: A prize of $900 is awarded on the
recommendation of the Department of
Psychology for the best Psychology honours
thesis on the Fredericton campus. This prize
has been established by the Psychology
Department in recognition of Dr. Snodgrass's
contribution to the Department and the
University.
Social Science Club Prize
conditions: Two prizes of $100 each to be
awarded annually on the recommendation of
the Department of Social Science, to full-time
students majoring in a Social Science on the
Saint John campus, who have completed 60 ch
or more in the program, and who have shown
the greatest improvement in the assessmentyear grade point average in successive years.
The prize is being funded by the Social Science
Club.
Society of Chemical Industry Merit
Award - Chemistry
conditions: The Canadian Section of the
Society of Chemical Industry will award three
plaques, one each for Chemistry, Biochemistry
and Chemical Engineering, to students with the
highest standing in the final year of their
course. In the case of a conflict, the award may
be given to the student with the highest
standing in an alternate Chemistry course, e.g.
Environmental Geo-Chemistry, Physics/
Chemistry. In the event that a student performs
exceptionally well in an alternate Chemistry
course, he/she may be considered as a
candidate for one of the three awards. There
will be only three categories and only one
nomination in each "category". Awards apply
only for four year programs.
William Somerville Prize
conditions: A prize of approximately $200 to be
awarded annually on the recommendation of
the Department of Mathematics and Statistics
to an outstanding student enrolled in a degree
or joint degree program in Mathematics. The
student should have successfully completed a
minimum of 90 ch toward meeting the degree
requirement. The prize was funded by the late
Ella Somerville Foster.
Dept. of Culture and Language
Studies Third Century Award
conditions: A prize of approximately $450 to be
awarded annually on the recommendation of
the Department of Culture and Language
Studies to a Fredericton campus student who
has completed second year Spanish courses
with distinction and is enrolled in third or fourth
year Spanish courses. Preference will be given
to students planning to complete Single or Joint
Honours or a Single or Double Major in
Spanish. The prize has been funded by
members of the Department of Culture and
Language Studies. A student may receive this
award more than once.
Rabbi David Spiro Essay Prize
conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded
annually, on the recommendation of the Arts
Council Committee on Honours and Prizes, to
a student enrolled in an undergraduate degree
program on the Fredericton campus who writes
a deserving essay relating to Jewish history,
literature or contemporary affairs. The prize is
provided by the congregation of the Sgoolai
Israel Synagogue.
St. George's Society Saint John Prize
conditions: A prize of not less than $100 to be
awarded annually to an outstanding student on
the Saint John campus who achieves the
highest standing in one of the following
courses, in this order of preference: History
1150 (History of Modern Britain), HIST 3185
(Britain 1688-1760), HIST 3360 (The History of
the Atlantic Provinces), ENGL 3023 (History of
the English Language) or ENGL 3070 (The
British Novel). The prize has been funded by
the St. George's Society of Saint John.
John Stephens Memorial Prize
conditions: The late Dr. John Stephens, a
graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, was an
eminent engineer and for many years the
distinguished and beloved professor of
Mechanical Engineering at this University. In
1954 the Associated Alumni established the
John Stephens Memorial Prize to perpetuate
his memory and to encourage scholarship in
the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
This prize, which has a cash value of $250, is
awarded annually upon the recommendation of
the head of the department to the leader of the
graduating Mechanical Engineering students.
Paul Stewart Prize
duration: A prize of $75 is awarded each term
to the student enrolled in Bachelor of Science
in Engineering (Civil Engineering) degree
program on the Fredericton campus who has
submitted the best Senior Report in the general
area of Transportation. Selection is made by a
panel of judges consisting of faculty members
within the Department of Civil Engineering. The
prize is funded by an endowment established
by Paul Stewart.
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PRIZES & AWARDS
Willie Stewart Prize in Arts 1000
conditions: This prize of $400 has been
established by a former student in honour of Dr.
W.F.M. Stewart, Head of the Philosophy
Department from 1959-1965 and a spectacular
lecturer to large classes. It is awarded annually
on the recommendation of the Dean of Arts to a
student with high standing in ARTS 1000 in the
Regular Session on the Fredericton campus.
Willie Stewart Prize in Philosophy
conditions: This prize of $250 has been
established by a former student in honour of Dr.
W.F.M. Stewart, Head of the Philosophy
Department from 1959-1965. It is awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Philosophy to a student with
high standing in PHIL 1003, "God, Mind and
Freedom," in the Regular Session on the
Fredericton campus.
Merlyn Stillwell Memorial Prize
conditions: A prize to be awarded annually
use of Mary's Point Island, N.B., sandstone
quarry for historical reconstruction of buildings
in Nova Scotia.
Mary Tibbits Award
conditions: An award of $125 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Women's Studies Co-ordinator in consultation
with the co-ordinating committee of the
program to a Fredericton campus student who
is graduating that year with a Minor in Women's
Studies. The recipient will have assisted
women in the Fredericton community through
appropriate volunteer work, or will have actively
participated in an organization that has as its
goal the advancement and empowerment of
women or has made a contribution to the area
of the study of women.
Dr. Carl K. Tompkins Prize
conditions: An annual prize to be awarded on
the Saint John campus to the student who has
achieved the highest overall standing in
Chemical Thermodynamics and
Electrochemistry and Chemical Kinetics. The
prize has been funded by colleagues & friends
upon the retirement in 1999 of Dr. C.K.
Tompkins, who taught Chemistry at UNB for
over 30 years.
upon the recommendation of the Faculty of
Forestry and Environmental Management to a
Forestry student with high academic standing
and creative abilities who has demonstrated an
interest in bioethics in forestry. The award is
funded by family and friends of the late Merlyn
A. Stillwell, a graduate of UNB in Science (Bio),
1949 and Masters in Science (Arts) 1957. Mr.
Stillwell was a research scientist with the
Canadian Forestry Service, and a part-time
lecturer in the Faculty of Forestry at UNB until
his untimely death in 1977. His research was
aimed at gaining a better understanding of the
forest environment with emphasis on tree
diseases.
Theresa P. Totton Memorial Prize
Noel Stone Memorial Prize
Tourism Synergy Prize for Hospitality
& Tourism
conditions: An annual prize of $485, donated
by the late Dr. H.S. Stone, to be given to a
student of the fourth year who, during the third
year, has shown the most promise in the study
of Biology and Chemistry. ("Year" refers to the
particular year of the program as specified in
the calendar description of the various BSc
degree options.)
Student Union Activity Award
conditions: Awarded to Fredericton campus
students who have made an outstanding
contribution to student life during their time at
UNB. Gold, Silver and Merit level awards are
given to students on the recommendation of
the Vice-President Student Services according
to their level of participation.
Dr. John F. H. Teed, Q.C., Memorial
Prize in Science
conditions: A prize of not less than $250 to be
awarded annually to a student on the Saint
John campus who achieves the highest
standing in one of the following courses, in this
order of preference: GEOL 2212
(Sedimentology I), GEOL 2201 (Biogeology I),
GEOL 2045 (Introductory Geology for
Biologists), or BIOL 2585 (Introductory
Ecology). The prize is funded by the family of
the late Dr. Teed from moneys obtained for the
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conditions: A prize of $550 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Nursing for clinical and academic
competency in Nursing at the completion of the
second year of the basic program (92-98 ch).
Funded by the Nursing Class of 1982 and
friends of Theresa.
conditions: A $250 prize to be awarded at
Spring Convocation and a second $250 prize to
be awarded at Fall Convocation, on the
recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty of
Business, to the Saint John campus student
graduating from the Bachelor of Applied
Management in Hospitality & Tourism degree
program who has demonstrated high academic
achievement and overall contribution to
campus life, in particular to the enhancement of
student life in this program. This prize has been
funded by Tourism Synergy Ltd.
Lowell Trembath Memorial Award
conditions: The Lowell Trembath award,
comprised of a book and a monetary
component for the purchase of textbooks, is
presented, on recommendation of the
Department of Geology, to the student
exhibiting the highest scientific and
professional potential in mineralogy and the
theory of solid state materials through
achievement in courses previously taught by
Professor Trembath. It has been made possible
through the support of Lowell's students and
friends who remember his humour and
devotion to teaching, as well as his enduring
interest in personal and professional
development. The award is intended to
encourage the continuation of his standards of
learning and fundamental scientific endeavour.
Dr. E. O. Turner Prize
conditions: An award by the Associated Alumni
in honour of Dr. E.O. Turner, former Head of
the Department of Civil Engineering and Dean
of the Faculty of Engineering at UNB. The
award valued at $250 shall be based on
qualities of leadership and breadth of horizon,
coupled with a good academic standing, that
should lead to a high station in future life. One
candidate from each of the Departments of
Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
shall be nominated by each of the departments.
The award agency shall be the University
based on the recommendation of the Turner
Prize Committee of the Alumni Association.
UNB Saint John Engineering Prize
conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of UNBSJ
Engineering faculty members to an
academically outstanding student who has
completed the normal four terms of Civil,
Chemical, Electrical, Computer or Mechanical
Engineering (approximately 90-95 ch) at
UNBSJ and who will continue the degree at
UNB. The prize has been funded by the
Department of Engineering .
UNB Saint John Science Prize
conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded
annually to the Saint John campus student with
the highest assessment year grade point
average at the completion of the normal
requirements for the first year of a B.Sc.
Program in the Faculty of Science, Applied
Science and Engineering. The student must
continue in Science on the Saint John campus.
The prize has been funded by the Science
faculty members.
UNBSJ Nursing Prize
conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded
annually to an outstanding BN or BN/RN
student on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Nursing, UNB Saint John.
UNBSJ Student Leadership Award
conditions: Awards to be given annually at fall
convocation to students on the Saint John
campus who have demonstrated outstanding
campus leadership in student activities and/or
university activities. Notation to appear on
student transcript. Nominations received and
selections made by a committee of students
and administration, headed by Student
Services.
United Empire Loyalists Association
of Canada New Brunswick Branch
Prize for History
conditions: One prize with a minimum of $200
awarded to the student with the highest
standing in Hist 3365 The Formation of Loyalist
Canada. In the event that this course is not
offered, the prize will be awarded to the student
with the highest standing in the course most
appropriate to an understanding of the
Loyalists and their part in the development of
Canada. This prize has been funded by the
United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada
New Brunswick Branch.
PRIZES & AWARDS
Francis Vanicek Prize in Civil
Engineering
conditions: An annual prize of $100 to be
awarded, on the recommendation of the
Department of Civil Engineering, to a student
who has shown a high level of achievement in
structural analysis and design and has
completed between 90-120 ch of the regular
program. The prize has been funded by
colleagues of Professor Ralph M. Francis.
Fanny Velensky Memorial Prize in
Nursing
conditions: Mr. Nathan Velensky has
established an endowment fund of $1,000 in
memory of his wife, Fanny Velensky. The
income of this fund is to be awarded to a
student who has successfully completed the
four year basic program and who has
demonstrated the most expertise in nursing
practice in the penultimate and final years.
Harry Velensky Prize
conditions: A prize valued at approximately
$400 has been made available to the University
through the generosity of Mr. Harry Velensky,
and is to be awarded annually to an
undergraduate for the best essay on the
subject of human relations, with a view to the
promotion of a better understanding between
all peoples at all levels of society.
Viator Award
conditions: An annual award of approximately
$2,000 for a student in Classics and/or Ancient
History on the Fredericton campus who has
successfully completed at least two years or
the equivalent (a minimum of 12 ch or
equivalent) in Latin or Greek. The award is to
be used for participation in an approved
program of overseas summer study,
archeology or research, preferably in classical
lands. It must be used within nine months of
graduation. The award is to be made by the
Department of Classics and Ancient History.
The award has been established by Mary Ella
Milham.
Videto-Hadley Memorial Prize
conditions: Friends of the late Mr. B.W. Flieger
of the Canadian International Paper Company,
Montreal and Professor of Forest Engineering
at the University of New Brunswick from 1927
to 1950, have offered a prize of $250 in
memory of Professors H.E.D. Videto and C.
Graham Hadley of the Forestry Faculty, who
lost their lives in a drowning accident in
October 1951. This prize will be awarded by the
Students Forestry Association to a member for
outstanding performance during the year.
David H. Walker Prize in Creative
Writing
conditions: A prize of $1,000 to be awarded to a
gifted undergraduate or graduate writer on the
Fredericton campus. Applicants should submit
a sample of their recent work (a short story or
chapter of a novel, minimum 1500 words) to the
Department of English. Past winners of this
award are not eligible to enter the competition,
and the work submitted cannot have previously
won an award or prize. Finalists will be
interviewed by the Selection Committee. The
prize is funded by the family of the late David H.
Walker.
Dr. W. Dana Wasson Prize in
Computer Science
conditions: A prize of $250 to be awarded
annually in recognition of Dr. Dana Wasson's
lifetime contribution to computer science in
New Brunswick. This prize is awarded to the
best student who has just completed two years
of study on the Fredericton campus with a
minimum of 70 ch in the Bachelor of Computer
Science basic or concurrent degree program.
The prize is awarded on the basis of academic
performance in the second year of studies in
the degree program. The prize has been
donated by IBM, NB Tel, and interested
benefactors.
Robert F. Watters Memorial Award
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of a
committee from the Faculty of Kinesiology to a
student with special needs, or a student
pursuing a career working with individuals with
special needs such as those who are physically
or mentally challenged or the elderly. The prize
is funded by friends of the late Robert F.
Watters.
Louis Weisner Memorial Prize in
Mathematics
conditions: A prize dedicated to the memory of
Louis Weisner, Professor of Mathematics at the
University from 1955-1988. It is to be awarded
on the recommendation of the Department of
Mathematics and Statistics to an outstanding
student on the Fredericton campus graduating
in Mathematics. The Prize has been
established by the family, students, friends,
and colleagues of the late Dr. Weisner.
The Late Richard Laurence Weldon
Prize in Mechanical Eng.
field: Mechanical Engineering. value: $1,715.
number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded annually to a student with high
academic standing who is entering the seventh
term of a Mechanical Engineering program.
The applicant is not eligible should he hold
another major award tenable during his final
year. donor: The late Mr. Richard Laurence
Weldon.
Eric E. Wheatley Memorial Medal
conditions: A medal to be awarded annually on
the recommendation of the Mechanical
Engineering Student-Faculty Liaison
Committee (from nominations submitted by
members of the faculty) to a graduating
Mechanical Engineering student, who has
demonstrated both practical ability and strong
academic achievement. The medal has been
endowed by friends of the late Professor Eric E.
Wheatley, professor and developer of
Mechanical Engineering at UNB from 1945 to
1973.
Mary Louise Whimster Memorial
Prize
conditions: A prize of $300 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of French to the graduating student
on the Fredericton campus who has, in the
opinion of the Department, shown the highest
achievement in the study of Literature in the
Department. The prize has been funded by the
Department of French.
Edna White Prize in Classics
field: Classics. value: Up to $800. number: 1 or
more. duration: 1 year. conditions: To one or
more students, graduate or undergraduate,
who continue their studies in Classics and
Ancient History and are deemed by the
Department to be worthy recipients of these
awards. apply: The Dean, Faculty of Arts, UNB.
donor: The late Miss Edna White, Class of 96
and LLD 1948
Walter C. & Marion (Waring) White
Biology Prize
conditions: A prize of the annual earnings of the
endowment to be awarded annually on the
recommendation of the Biology Department of
the Faculty of Science, Applied Science and
Engineering at UNBSJ to a UNBSJ student
who has shown promise in first year Biology in
theoretical and laboratory studies. The prize is
established in memory of Walter C. and Marion
J. (Waring) White by their daughter, Nancy W.
MacLeod.
Ernest Allan Whitebone History Prize
conditions: A prize of $300 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the faculty
members in History at UNB Saint John to an
outstanding student on the Saint John campus
who achieves high standing in a designated
History course. The prize has been funded by
the late Mrs. Elizabeth Whitebone.
W. T. Whitehead Memorial Prize
conditions: An annual prize of $195 was
established by Mrs. W.T. Whitehead to be
awarded to the student having the highest
standing in the third year of a program leading
to a bachelor's degree in the Faculty of Forestry
and Environmental Management.
D. Gordon Willet Prize in History
conditions: An annual prize of $100 and a
certificate, to be awarded to a graduating
student specializing in History at UNBSJ who
has shown proficiency in his/her studies.
Agnes Grey Wilson Prize
conditions: A prize of $150 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Faculty
of Kinesiology to an outstanding female student
who has completed the normal requirements
for the first two years of the Bachelor of
Physical Education degree program at UNB.
The prize has been funded by the Associated
Alumnae.
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SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN TO PART-TIME STUDENTS
Brian R. Winslow Memorial Prize in
Biology
ALPS Scholarships for Part-time
Students
conditions: A prize of approximately $200 to be
awarded annually on the recommendation of
the members of the Biology discipline, Saint
John Campus, to "the most promising third year
Biology student" who has completed at least 76
ch in the degree program. The prize has been
funded by his parents, Richard W. and Virginia
M. Winslow and will be presented at a Fall
Awards Ceremony at UNB Saint John.
field: Any undergraduate degree or certificate
program at UNB value: Maximum of $750 in
12-month period (Sept. - Aug.). conditions:
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR
PART-TIME STUDENTS
Part-time students are encouraged to contact
the College of Extended Learning, UNB
Fredericton, or Student Life and Support
Services, UNB Saint John, for scholarship
applications.
ALPS Bursaries for Part-time
Students
field: Any undergraduate degree or certification
program or No Degree at UNB value: Maximum
of $400 in 12-month period (Sept-Aug.)
conditions: Enrolled as a part-time student in
degree-credit courses. Completed less than 30
ch any any university. Financial need. To be
considered for a spring/summer award, the
applicant may have been full-time during the
previous academic year. apply: College of
Extended Learning. donor: ALPS (Adult
Learner Part-Time Students Organization).
deadline: Fall - August 15; Winter - December
1; Spring - April1; Summer - June 1
ALPS Keener Award
field: Unrestricted value: Up to $1,000 number:
Variable duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded
to part-time students or full-time mature
students enrolled on the Fredericton campus.
Selection will be based on the student's class
participation and overall enthusiasm. The
candidate must have made a significant
contribution to student life on campus. The
candidate will be nominated for the award by
Faculty or fellow students. apply: Adult Learner
Part-Time Students (ALPS) Office, Room 3A,
MacLaggan Hall for the nomination forms.
awarding agency: The University on the
recommendation of ALPS. donor: Adult
Learner Part-Time Students (ALPS
Organization).
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Enrolled as a part-time student in
undergraduate degree or (University) certificate
program at UNB. Successfully completed at
least 30 ch at UNB. High academic
performance. Financial need considered. To be
considered for a spring/summer award, the
applicant may have been full-time during the
previous academic year. apply: College of
Extended Learning donor: ALPS (Adult Learner
Part-time Student Organization) deadline: Fall August 15; Winter - December 1; Spring - April
1; Summer - June 1.
Alumnae Continuing Education
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Multiple. duration: One per calendar year - may
be renewed. conditions: Awarded to a part-time
student on the basis of financial need and
attainment of high academic performance. To
be eligible, an applicant must (1) be enrolled in
an undergraduate degree or certificate program
at the University; (2) be registered as a parttime student in a degree - credit course(s) at
the time of receipt of award; and (3) have
completed successfully a minimum of 30 ch
towards the academic program at UNB. apply:
College of Extended Learning. awarding
agency: The University in consultation with the
Associated Alumnae. donor: Associated
Alumnae. deadline: August 15.
Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital
Auxiliary Awards for Continuing
Education
field: BN/RN program. value: Minimum $100
per course; maximum $300 per course.
number: Variable. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Eligibility for this award is based on a
combination of high academic performance
and financial need. For consideration, the
applicant must: (1) be registered as a part-time
students in the BN/RN program at UNB at the
time of receipt of the award; (2) not have
received a Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital
Auxiliary Award for Continuing Education
during the same academic year (May to April);
(3) have successfully completed a minimum of
30 ch (normally at UNB); (4) be 21 years of age
or older; (5) demonstrate financial need.
Preference will be given students residing in
Health Region 3 (New Brunswick). To be
considered for a spring/summer award, the
applicant may not have been full-time during
the previous academic year. apply: College of
Extended Learning. donor: Dr. Everett
Chalmers Hospital Auxiliary and the New
Brunswick University Opportunitty Fund.
deadline: August 15 for fall awards, December
1 for winter awards, and April 1 for Intersession
awards and June 1 for summer awards.
Catherine Earle and her parents Dr.
Thomas and his wife, Mary (West)
Earle Scholarship for Part-Time
Students
field: Arts and Science. value: Variable.
number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a part-time student on the Saint
John campus who is a graduate of a New
Brunswick high school. Selection is made on
the basis of scholastic attainment and financial
need. The profile of the recipient must indicate
that the recipient is hard working, and
consideration may be given to the recipient's
participation in extracurricular activities. apply:
Student Services, UNB Saint John. awarding
agency: UNBSJ Part-Time Awards Committee.
donor: Friend of Catherine Earle.
Norman S. Fraser Summer Session
Scholarship
field: Preferably Education. value: $330.
number: 1. duration: 1 Summer Session.
conditions: Awarded to a student of the
Summer Session who in the previous session
maintained high standing. Consideration is
given to financial need. The recipient must be a
New Brunswick teacher working towards a
degree in the Summer Session. apply: Director
of Summer Sessions, University of New
Brunswick, by June 1. donor: The late Norman
S. Fraser.
Saint John Faculty Scholarships for
Part-time Students
field: Unrestricted. value: $100. number: 5.
conditions: Student must be currently
registered in a degree or full-credit certificate
program on the Saint John Campus, must have
successfully completed at least 30 ch in the
degree, or certificate program, and must be
registering as a part-time student at UNB
during the next academic year. Selection is to
be made on the basis of scholastic attainment
and financial need. Awards will normally be
made in October. apply: Chair, UNBSJ
Scholarship Committee, University of New
Brunswick in Saint John. donor: UNBSJ Faculty
Council.
Scoudouc River Continuing
Education Awards
field: Unrestricted. Tenable only at postsecondary insti value: Minimum $100 per
course, maximum $300 per course. duration: A
recipient may not receive more than one of
these awards in any one calendar year.
conditions: These awards are intended for parttime students and are open to persons residing
in New Brunswick who were not engaged in
full-time study during the twelve month period
preceding date of application. Awards are open
to part-time students with a real need and may
be used for study towards credit or non-credit
programs. Major consideration will be given to
the relationship of the applicant's study plans to
present employment or future career
aspiration. At the time of application, an
applicant must be a New Brunswick resident
and a Canadian citizen, or, if a Landed
SCHOLARSHIPS ADMINISTERED BY OUTSIDE AGENCIES
Immigrant, must have resided in New
Brunswick for at least twelve consecutive
months prior to application. Those who have
received in the same year other major financial
awards are not eligible for consideration. apply:
Application forms are available from the Office
of Continuing Education, Extension (or the like)
at any New Brunswick university or college, or
from any New Brunswick university or college,
or from any of the offices of the New Brunswick
Community College. Application forms must be
completed fully and returned to the institution
where the applicant will register for the
course(s). awarding agency: Applications will
be considered by the Scoudouc River
Continuing Education Awards Selection
Committee. Recommendations for awards will
be forwarded to the President of the University
of New Brunswick and successful applicants
will be notified shortly thereafter. donor: The
late Dr. William L. Webster. deadline: August
15 for Fall awards; December 1 for Winter
awards; April 1 for Spring awards; June 1 for
Summer awards.
Summer Session Award
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: Summer Session.
conditions: Awarded to Fredericton campus
students who have completed at least 24 credit
hours at UNB Fredericton during the previous
academic year and are attending summer
session. Selection will be based on scholastic
attainment and financial need. apply: College
of Extended Learning.
UNB Third Century Fund Continuing
Education Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded
to part-time student(s) on the basis of
scholastic achievement and financial need. To
be eligible, applicants must be enrolled in a
degree, certificate or diploma program at UNB
and have successfully completed at least 30 ch
of degree credit courses at UNB towards their
academic program. apply: Coordinator of Adult
Learner Services, College of Extended
Learning, UNB Fredericton, or Director of
Student Services, UNB Saint John. donor:
Contributors to the Third Century Fund.
deadline: August 15.
University of New Brunswick
Continuing Education Award
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 term. conditions: Awarded
to part-time undergraduate students enrolled in
a degree or University certificate program on
the Fredericton campus who have successfully
completed a minimum of 30 credit hours at
UNB. Awarded on the basis of financial need
and high academic achievement. apply:
College of Extended Learning. donor: PepsiCola Canada Ltd.
SCHOLARSHIPS
ADMINISTERED BY
OUTSIDE AGENCIES
Students are encouraged to contact the
sponosoring agency directly for application
forms. See also:
www.unb.ca/scholarships/external.htm
Paul Wm. Alexander Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $1,650 over life of
award; $400 a year for 3 years, and $450 for
year 4. duration: 4 years. conditions: Recipient
must intend to enter a YMCA career.
Selections are made primarily on the basis of
academic achievement and financial need.
apply: Area Director, Paul W. Alexander
Scholarship Fund, International Association of
Ys Mens Clubs, Box 56, Kensington, P.E.I.
donor: International Association of Ys Mens
Clubs.
ALICA Scholarship (Atlantic Land
Improvement Contractors
Scholarship)
field: Forestry value: $1,000 number: 1
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded to a
Fredericton campus student from the Atlantic
Provinces who has completed the normal
requirements for the first year of the Bachelor
of Science in Forestry or Bachelor of Science in
Forest Engineering degree programs.
Selection is made on the basis of scholastic
achievement. Preference will be given to
students undertaking senior projects dealing
with environmental issues related to forest
lands, or equipment development for the forest
industry. apply: Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management. donor: Atlantic
Land Improvement Contractors Association.
Association of Universities and
Colleges of Canada
conditions: The AUCC administers more than
150 scholarship programs on behalf of the
federal government, domestic and foreign
agencies and private sector companies. For a
complete listing of the AUCC scholarships, visit
their website at http://www.aucc.ca or contact
the AUCC at 350 Albert Street, Suite 600,
Ottawa, ON K1R 1B1, tel: (613)563-1236.
Bank of Montreal Centre for
Entrepreneurial Leadership
Scholarship
field: Administration - Entrepreneurial Studies
value: $2000 number: 5 duration: 4 years
conditions: Awarded to BBA students who are
graduates of New Brunswick high schools. The
successful applicants must complete a
business plan to be judged by a committee of
three business participants and three
educators. This scholarship will be applied
toward tuition costs for any student entering
UNB. apply: Department of Education,
Attention: Jacques Theriault, P.O. Box 6000,
Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1. awarding agency:
Centre for Entrepreneurial Leadership. donor:
Bank of Montreal.
Jeanette Robinson Belyea
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: Up to $1300. number:
1. duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded every
year to a student of the public schools of the
Town of St. Stephen or the County of Charlotte,
preference being given always to a student of
the public schools of the Town of St. Stephen.
Consideration will be given to scholastic
attainment, character, ability, and financial
need. apply: Student Services Supervisor,
School District 10, 11 School St., St. Stephen,
NB E3L 2N4. awarding agency: School District
10. donor: The late Jeanette Robinson Belyea.
deadline: May 01.
V.C. Blackett Scholarship
field: Engineering. value: $300 number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Regularly enrolled
Engineering student in the year prior to
graduation at a Maritime Province University.
Must be a resident of Westmorland, Albert, or
Kent County, or the Parish of Havelock.
Financial need shall be a prime consideration
as well as scholastic promise. apply: The
Secretary, Moncton Branch, P.O. Box 2424,
Station "A",Moncton, N.B. awarding agency:
Moncton Branch, Engineering Institute of
Canada and Association of Professional
Engineers of New Brunswick.
C.I.M. New Brunswick Branch, Earth
Science Scholarship
field: Geology, Mining or Metallurgy. value:
$1,500. number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions:
Students who have completed at least one year
of studies in a program leading to a degree in
the earth sciences. The award is made on the
basis of interest in a career in the earth
sciences, scholastic ability, need and outside
interests. The scholarship is tenable at the
Canadian University of the recipients choice.
Applicants should have been born or resided in
New Brunswick for a total of seven years or
have immediate family resident in the Province
of New Brunswick. apply: Ronald Shaw, c/o NB
Department of Natural Resources & Energy,
Mines Branch, P. O. Box 6000,Fredericton, NB,
E3B 5H1 prior to April 15. awarding agency:
C.I.M. New Brunswick Branch.
Cal Callahan Memorial Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: Up to $5,000.
number: Multiple. duration: 1 year. conditions:
To be eligible a student must be the child or
legal ward of a person whose principle income
is derived from the pipeline industry and whose
employers are members of the Association.
The student must be beginning undergraduate
studies in a full program leading to a degree or
certificate in any field. Selection is made on the
basis of scholastic record and financial need.
Deadline for receipt of applications is 30
September. Applications must be accompanied
by proof of enrolment. apply: Pipe Line
Contractors Association of Canada, Suite 720,
5915 Airport Rd., Mississauga, Ontario, L4V
1T1. awarding agency: Executive Committee of
Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada.
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SCHOLARSHIPS ADMINISTERED BY OUTSIDE AGENCIES
J.A.D. Campbell Memorial
Scholarship
Canadian Federation of University
Women - Saint John Scholarship II
conditions: Applications are invited for the
J.A.D. Campbell Memorial Scholarship which
was established under the terms of the Last
Will and Testament of the late J.A.D. Campbell
in March 1983. Eligible Applicants: Charlotte
County students pursuing literary endeavors at
any recognized College or University. Available
for either undergraduate or graduate studies.
Scholarship Committee: Consists of the
Mayors of the Towns of St. George, St.
Andrews and St. Stephen who will advise
Royal Trust with respect to the name and
address of the successful applicant. Amount of
Award: Approximately $1,000 non-renewable.
Application Procedure: A letter of application
containing, (1) the applicants full name,
address and SIN number; (2) details of the
applicants program of study; (3) applicants
statement of need or relevant information and
(4) three references that may be contacted,
should be sent to: Town of St. Stephen, 34
Milltown Blvd., St. Stephen, N.B. E3L 1G3,
Attention: Janet McAuley, Executive Secretary.
deadline: July 2
field: Unrestricted. value: $500. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to a
Canadian Armed Forces Sponsorship
Plans (General)
conditions: The Department of National
Defence sponsors programs of university
education and leadership training for selected
young men and women who have the potential
to become officers in the Canadian Armed
Forces. The programs sponsored are the
Regular Officer Training Plan (ROTP), Medical
Officer Training Plan (MOTP) and Dental
Training Plan (DOTP). Training is divided into
normal attendance during the academic year
and military training each summer. A period of
obligatory military service is a condition of
acceptance to any of these plans. For further
details, contact: Canadian Armed Forces
Recruiting Office, 189 Prince William Street,
Saint John, N.B., E2L 2B9, (506) 636-4973 or
1-800-222-9506 (in NB).
Canadian Federation of University
Women - Saint John Scholarship I
field: Unrestricted value: $1000. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Female student
entering her final year of university. The
student must have graduated from a high
school in N.B. School Districts 6,8 or 1.
Awarded on the basis of academic standing
and financial need. apply: Chair of the
Scholarship Committee, CFUW Saint John, PO
Box 6233, Station A, Saint John NB, E2L 4R7
awarding agency: Canadian Federation of
University Women - Saint John
conditions: Scholarships to provide financial
mature female student of Saint John entering a
university in New Brunswick either for a degree
program or part thereof, for extension courses
or post-graduate work. The award will be
presented only to applicants who are in need of
financial assistance. No application forms are
needed, but an informative letter stating
previous and intended education and the
applicants financial situation is required by April
30. apply: Chair of the Scholarship Committee,
CFUW Saint John, PO Box 6233, Station A,
Saint John NB, E2L 4R7 awarding agency:
Canadian Federation of University Women Saint John
assistance for worthy students enrolled in the
education degree program at the University of
New Brunswick. Graduates from high school in
School Districts 17 and 18 and Ecole Ste. Anne
who have been accepted into the Education
Program at UNB are eligible to apply. The
value and number of awards will be contingent
on the amount of the annual interest from
investments. Award money will be paid to the
University of New Brunswick during the second
term of the academic year. apply: Secretary,
CBSRT Awards Committee, 269 Cantebury
Drive, Fredericton, N.B., E3B 4M1. donor:
Central Branch New Brunswick Society of
Retired Teachers.
Canadian Institute of Forestry (Nova
Scotia Section) Bursary
Certified General Accountants
Scholarship
field: Forestry or Forest Engineering. value:
$500. number: 1. duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a student from Nova Scotia with
specific financial need who has demonstrated
successful academic performance and who is
entering the next to final year of a program
leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in
Forestry or Bachelor of Science in Forest
Engineering. apply: Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management. awarding agency:
Canadian Institute of Forestry, Nova Scotia
Section.
Canadian Legion Bursary Fredericton
Branch
field: Unrestricted. value: $1,000 number: up to
20 duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded to
children or grandchildren of ex-service
personnel residing in the Fredericton Area or
descendants of veterans who held membership
in Branch No. 4, Fredericton Branch, Royal
Canadian Legion. Awards made based on
need. apply: The Secretary, Fredericton
Branch, Royal Canadian Legion, P.O. Box 132,
Fredericton, N.B. E3B 4Y2 awarding agency:
Fredericton Branch, Royal Canadian Legion.
Canadian Legion Scholarship,
Auxiliary Provincial Command
field: Unrestricted. value: $200 per annum.
number: 4 duration: 3-1 year awards; 1-4
conditions: Available from nearest N.B. Legion
Branch. awarding agency: N.B. Auxiliary
Command, Royal Canadian Legion.
Canadian Legion Scholarship,
Provincial Command
field: Unrestricted. value: $150. number: 1
duration: 1 year. conditions: Available from
Provincial Command. apply: The SecretaryTreasurer, New Brunswick Provincial
Command, The Royal Canadian Legion, P.O.
Box 3426, Station B, Saint John, N.B.
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Central Branch New Brunswick
Society of Retired Teachers
Scholarship
field: Business Administration. value: $1,200.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Students
interested in entering the CGA Program of
Studies can apply to the Association for a
scholarship of $1200. apply: Applications for
this scholarship are available from your
Business Administration Department. donor:
Certified General Accountants Association of
New Brunswick.
Charlotte County Overseas Soldiers
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $300. number: 1
duration: 3 years. conditions: A student who is
a descendant of a member of the Carleton and
York Regiment, residing in Charlotte County,
N.B. apply: Montreal Trust Company, Box 695,
Saint John, N.B. awarding agency: Montreal
Trust Company.
Florence Christie Memorial Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: $1,500. number: 1
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded to a full or
part-time UNB student. Financial need and
volunteer experience will be considered. apply:
The Greater Saint John Community
Foundation, P.O. Box 20061, Brunswick
Square, Saint John, NB E2L 5B2 (506)3728880 awarding agency: Saint John Volunteer
Centre. donor: The Greater Saint John
Community Foundation.
Class of 1995 Faculty of Forestry and
Environmental Management Award
field: Forestry/Forest Engineering. value: $500.
number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded to a student in Forestry or Forest
Engineering on the Fredericton campus who
has successfully completed four years of study
(120 credit hours). Consideration will be given
to participation in extra-curricular activities
within the Faculty of Forestry & Environmental
Management. Presentation of award - October
1 of each year. apply: Dean, Faculty of Forestry
& Environmental Management. awarding
agency: Graduating Class of the Faculty of
Forestry & Environmental Management and a
representation from the Faculty. donor:
Forestry and Forest Engineering Class of 1995.
SCHOLARSHIPS ADMINISTERED BY OUTSIDE AGENCIES
Co-Op Atlantic McEwen Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $1,000 per annum.
number: 2 duration: Up to four years.
conditions: Applicants must be a) a full-time
employee or the dependent of a full-time
employee of Co-Op Atlantic or one of its
member co-operatives or b) applicants must
submit an essay of not less than 500 words
regarding past experience and aspirations and
the concept of co-opertion. apply: Manager,
Corporate Administrative Services, Co-Op
Atlantic, P.O. Box 750, Moncton, NB, E1C 8N5.
awarding agency: Co-Op Atlantic.
Isabel Adams Coburn Memorial
Scholarships
field: Unrestricted. value: Up to $2000 number:
2 duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded in
memory of New Brunswick educator Isabel
Adams Coburn to students residing in certain
areas of the parishes of Bright and Queensbury
(Keswick Ridge/Mactaquac area), York Co.,
N.B., who are entering or attending the
University of New Brunswick as candidates for
an undergraduate or graduate degree. Award
money will be paid to the University during the
second term of the academic year. (Contact the
awarding agency for a precise definition of
areas of eligibility). apply: Isabel Adams
Coburn Scholarship Trust, c/o W.T. Walker,
200-320 Maple Street, Fredericton, N.B. E3A
3R4 by June 15. awarding agency: Isabel
Adams Coburn Scholarship Trust.
Donald E. Curren Scholarships
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number: Up
to 8 awards. duration: 1 year. conditions: Open
to mobility impaired students who have been
accepted by a University in the Atlantic
Provinces, with preference to paraplegics and
quadriplegics. The scholarships will be
awarded on the basis of academic standing
and on such other criteria as the Selection
Committee may determine. Recipients must be
Canadian citizens, or landed immigrants, and
residents of the Atlantic Provinces. apply:
Donald E. Curren Scholarship Fund, c/o
Canadian Paraplegic Association, Nova Scotia
Division, 1310 Hollis Street, Suite 150, Halifax,
N.S., B3J 3P3 by July 10. awarding agency:
The Donald E. Curren Scholarship Fund.
Electrolux Canada Award of
Excellence
field: Business Administration Marketing
Management value: $1,000. number: Variable.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to students
entering the third or fourth year of an
undergraduate degree program relating to
Marketing Management. Candidates must be
Canadian citizens or have held landed
immigrant status for one year prior to
submitting application. apply: Mr. Patrick W.
Tolbert, Executive Vice President, Electrolux
Canada, 2 Sheppard Ave., East, Willowdale,
Ontario, M2N 6C1.
Terry Fox Humanitarian Award
Program
field: Unrestricted. value: $6,000 per year.
duration: Until first degree is obtained.
conditions: In keeping with the spirit of his
achievements, the Terry Fox Humanitarian
Award Program is intended to encourage
Canadian youth to seek the high ideals
represented by Terry Fox by the granting of
commemorative scholarships for the pursuit of
higher education. Terry Fox scholars are
evaluated on their sport and fitness
involvement, citizenship, academic potential,
community service, humanitarian works, and
their courage in overcoming personal
obstacles. apply: Visit their website:
www.terryfox.org deadline: February 1.
Fredericton Rotary Club Memorial
Scholarships
value: $1,000. number: 3. duration: 1 year (may
be renewed). conditions: Scholarship recipients
must have successfully completed, as a
minimum, one year of undergraduate study at a
recognized university and be enrolled as a
student at a university in the academic year for
which the scholarship is awarded. Recipients
must be disabled persons or person who are
enrolled in a course of study the purpose of
which is to assist or work with disabled
persons. In the latter case, previous experience
working with the disabled will be considered.
Preference will be given to applicants from the
Greater Fredericton area. apply: Memorial
Scholarship Committee, Fredericton Rotary
Club, P.O. Box 301, Fredericton, NB, E3B 4Y9
awarding agency: Memorial Scholarship
Committee, Fredericton Rotary Club deadline:
April 1.
Fredericton Society of Saint Andrew
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $500. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Students who are
native of Scotland or who are of Scottish
descent having completed a minimum of one
year undergraduate study in a first degree
program on the Fredericton campus. The
course must lead to a degree to be conferred
by the university. apply: The Secretary, The
Fredericton Society of St. Andrew, P.O. Box
283, Fredericton, N.B. awarding agency: The
Fredericton Society of St. Andrew. deadline:
October 1
Fredericton Women's Executive Club
field: Unrestricted. value: $500. number: 1.
conditions: The Women's Executive Club is
giving a scholarship to a female student in the
Fredericton area that is continuing her
education after high school. Criteria: Female
candidate requiring financial assistance for
post secondary education, can be any year of
study. In your application please include the
name of the educational institute you are
entering and also some of your interests,
hobbies, etc. Candidates will be interviewed by
the end of April 2004. Confirmation of your
registration is required from the school you will
be attending to further your education prior to
the scholarship being paid out. apply: Please
apply in writing to: Fredericton Women's
Executive Club, 527 Beaverbrook Court Suite
140, Fredericton, NB E3B 1X6. donor:
Fredericton Women's Executive Club.
deadline: April 1, 2004.
Gilbert W. Ganong Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $1300. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Awarded every
year to a deserving student entering from the
County of Charlotte. apply: Student Services
Supervisor, School District 10, 11 School St.,
St. Stephen, NB E3L 2N4 awarding agency:
School District 10. donor: The late Mrs. Maria
F. Ganong. deadline: May 01.
Ralph Gustafson Poetry Prize
conditions: The Fiddlehead through an annual
competition for the best poem or suite of poems
written originally in English and previously
unpublished. The competition will be open to
writers from any country. Submission will be
judged by a panel of three judges. The winner
will be announced in The Fiddlehead and
suitable publications such as Books in Canada,
the newsletter of the League of Canadian
Poets, and UNB Perspectives. Candidates
should apply to The Fiddlehead, Campus
House, University of New Brunswick,
Fredericton, NB, E3B 5A3. Phone: (506) 4533501; Fax: (506) 453-4599. The prize has been
funded by Elisabeth Renninger Gustafson and
the Estate of Ralph Barker Gustafson.
Walter Harris Scholarship
field: Unrestricted value: $1000 UNBSJ; $500
NBCC-Saint John Entrance number: 2
duration: 1 year conditions: Awarded to Saint
John residents related to members of the Saint
John Labor Council. Consideration will be
given to financial need and community work.
One award of $1000 will be provided to a UNB
Saint John student. One award of $500 will be
provided to a NBCC Saint John student. apply:
The Greater Saint John Community
Foundation, P.O. Box 20061, Brunswick
Square, Saint John, NB E2L 5B2 (506)6728880 awarding agency: The Greater Saint John
Community Foundation.
J. Harper Kent Charitable Foundation
Inc. Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable. number:
Variable. duration: 1 year (may be renewed).
conditions: Candidates must be Canadian
citizens. Preference will be given to candidates
entering university at the first year level, with
continued support on to the first degree,
subject to satisfactory achievement. Priority will
be given firstly to residents of the City of
Bathurst, N.B. or secondly to residents of the
County of Gloucester, N.B., or thirdly to
residents of the Province of New Brunswick.
Selections will be made on the basis of
scholastic attainment and financial need.
Scholarships will be granted for attendance at
university of candidates choice, with preference
given to universities in the Atlantic provinces.
apply: The Selection Committee, J. Harper
Kent Charitable Foundation Inc., P.O. Box
1177, Bathurst, N.B. E2A 4H9. donor: J. Harper
Kent Charitable Foundation Inc.
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SCHOLARSHIPS ADMINISTERED BY OUTSIDE AGENCIES
Kinsmen and Kinettes Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: $1.000. duration: 1
year. conditions: To be eligible you must be a
Canadian citizen or landed immigrant; plan to
register as a full-time student in September of
the upcoming shcool year at a recognized
University or Community, Technical Institute or
other post-secondary institution for advance
learning; demonstrate high ideals and qualities
of citizenship and not have previously received
a bursary from the Hal Rogers Endowment
Fund. apply: The application form is available
on the website: www.kinclubs.ca. Please
submit it to your nearest Kinsmen, Kinette or
Kin Club. awarding agency: Kinsmen & Kinette
Clubs of Canada donor: Hal Rogers
Endowment Fund.
Ladies Auxiliary of New Brunswick
Provincial Command-Royal Canadian
Legion Scholarships
conditions: Scholarships valued at $200 each
are awarded on a point system which is based
on financial need, students scholastic record,
with special consideration being given to
veterans children. apply: Mrs. Ida Blyth,
Scholarship Chairlady, R.R. #3, Chipman, N.B.
E0E 1C0, prior to 10 July.
Ladies Auxiliary of the Fairvale
Outing Association Bursary
field: Unrestricted. value: $1000. number: Var.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Applicant must be
a resident of the village of Fairvale and a
second, third or fourth year student. Selection
will be based on scholastic standing and
financial need. apply: Mrs. R. Isaacs, 7 Brook
Drive, Fairvale, Rothesay, N.B. E0G 2W0 or
Mrs. Foster, 158 Gondola Pt. Road, Fairvale,
E2E 2C2 not later than June 7. donor: Ladies
Auxiliary of the Fairvale Outing Association.
Leonard Foundation Scholarships
field: Unrestricted. value: Variable but on
average $1,250. number: 140 awards will be
made annually across Canada. duration: 1 year
- students may reapply conditions: Awarded to
students enrolled in an undergraduate degree
program. Preference will be given to sons and
daughters of clergy, teachers, military
personnel, graduates of Royal Military College,
members of the Engineering Institute of
Canada and members of the Mining and
Metallurgical Institute of Canada. Successful
applicants are expected to seek employment
during free time to help defray the costs of their
education, and to participate in athletics, fitness
or military activities, as well as showing
qualities of potential leadership ability. apply:
Leonard Foundation, c/o The Canada Trust
Company, 20 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto,
Ontario, M4R 2E2. deadline: March 15.
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Dr. William MacIntosh Chapter IODE
Bursary
New York Times-Gaspesia
Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $300. duration: 1
year. conditions: Single Parent, part-time
field: Any branch of learning but preference to
undergraduate student at UNBSJ who has
successfully completed a minimum of 20 credit
hours at University, financial need. Application
Available: Student Services, UNBSJ, or donor.
apply: Mrs. Malcolm Baxter, 5 Maple Grove
Terrace, Saint John, N.B., E2K 2H9. Apply no
later than August 15 for fall. donor: Dr. William
MacIntosh Chapter, IODE.
value: $1,000 per year. number: 2 duration: 4
years. conditions: The Scholarship is available
Fred Magee Scholarships
field: Vocational Teacher Education (Business
Education, Home Economics, Industrial).
value: $500. number: 12 duration: 1 year.
conditions: Awarded to students enrolling or
enrolled in the four-year Vocational Teacher
Education program (Business Education,
Home Economics, Industrial). apply: Chair,
Division of Vocational Education, UNB by April
15. awarding agency: New Brunswick
Department of Education. donor: The late Fred
Magee.
Miramichi Highland Societys
Scholarship
field: Arts or Science. value: $500. number: 1
duration: 1 year (may be re-awarded).
conditions: Awarded every four years or
whenever a vacancy occurs, subject to the
following Conditions: 1. Candidate must be a
Scot or of Scottish descent. 2. Candidate must
have exhibited successful academic
performance. 3. Pecuniary circumstances are
to be taken into consideration. 4. Appointee
who fails to maintain a pass standing shall
forfeit the scholarship. apply: Secretary,
Highland Society of New Brunswick, 136
Victoria Avenue, Chatham, N.B. E1N 1X8.
awarding agency: The Highland Society of New
Brunswick, Miramichi. deadline: August 20.
Harvey Moore Wildlife Scholarship
field: Wildlife Conservation. value: Variable.
number: 1 duration: 1 year. conditions:
Awarded annually with preference to students
attending the University of Prince Edward
Island and studying Biology or other suitable
field of study there, and showing a special
interest in wildlife conservation and aptitude for
its promotion. Apply by January 31 to
President, The Prince Edward Island Wildlife
Federation (1977), P. O. Box 753,
Charlottetown, P.E.I., C1A 7L3.
National Aboriginal Achievement
Foundation Scholarships
conditions: The National Aboriginal
Achievement Foundation provides educational
scholarship assistance to Aboriginal students
with the generous support of the federal
government and many corporate sponsors.
apply: The National Aboriginal Achievement
Foundation, Suite 331, 70 Yorkville Avenue,
Toronto, ON M5R 1B9. Tel: 1-800-329-9780.
Email: naaf@istar.ca. Website: www.naaf.ca
Faculties of Engineering,Forestry and Science.
for study in any recognized Canadian
university. Applicants must reside in the
territory situated between Port Daniel and Rivie
Gre au Renard included. The applicant must be
attending a university or admitted to attend in
the year in which application is made. Basis for
selection will be scholastic standing, financial
need, extra-curricular activities and personal
interviews. The winners will be assured of
summer employment during the years they are
in receipt of the scholarship. apply: Letter of
application to the Personnel Department,
Gaspesia Pulp and Paper Company Ltd.,
Chandler, P.Q. awarding agency: Scholarship
Committee of Gaspesia Pulp and Paper Co.
Ltd.
Dr. Robert M. Pendrigh Memorial
Prize
conditions: A prize of $500 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the
Department of Nursing to an outstanding
graduating student who has achieved high
standing in the Bachelor of Nursing degree
program on the Saint John campus. The prize
has been funded by the late Dr. Robert
Pendrigh and is administered by the Atlantic
Health Sciences Corporation. apply: Faculty of
Nursing, UNBSJ.
President's Award for Excellence in
Nursing
field: Nursing value: $200. number: 1 per site
conditions: A prize of $200 to be awarded
annually on the recommendation of the Nursing
Faculty, to a graduating nursing student
exemplifying high academic standards,
leadership skills and clinical competency. The
prize has been provided by the Nurses
Association of New Brunswick and will be
presented at the Graduation Dinner for Nursing
graduates. apply: Faculty of Nursing, UNB
Fredericton.
Proud to Care Scholarship
field: Health Care Profession value: $1,000
number: 2 duration: 1 year. conditions: To be
eligible, a student must be entering the final
year leading to a qualifying license or
certification in one of the health care
professions who demonstrates excellence in
their chosen health profession and is a resident
of Region 3, New Brunswick. apply: Director of
Communications, Region 3 Hospital
Corporation, P.O. Box 9000, Fredericton, NB
E3B 5N5 deadline: May 15.
SCHOLARSHIPS ADMINISTERED BY OUTSIDE AGENCIES
Province of New Brunswick Bursaries
conditions: The Province of New Brunswick
provides bursaries to New Brunswick students
who require financial assistance toward their
university education. The program operates in
conjunction with the Canada Student Loan
Plan, which is administered by the Department
of Advanced Education and Training.
Applications for student loans are considered
on the basis of need, and approvals are made
such that part of the financial support is by way
of a loan, repayable under the terms of the
Canada Student Loan Plan, while the
remainder is a bursary and not subject to
repayment. Inquiries and applications should
be directed to the Student Aid Division, Dept. of
Advanced Education and Training P.O. Box
6000, Fredericton, N.B., E3B 5H1.
Queen Elizabeth Scholarships in
Education
field: Education. value: $500 (per annum).
number: Variable. duration: 2 years. conditions:
Awarded to outstanding students entering the
third year of the Bachelor of Education degree
program. apply: Dean of Education, UNB.
awarding agency: New Brunswick Department
of Education.
Registered Professional Foresters
Association of Nova Scotia Student
Award
field: Forestry. value: $750. number: 1.
duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to 3rd or 4th
year full time students who are graduates from
a Nova Scotia high school and are enrolled in
an undergraduate Canadian Forestry
Accreditation Board (CFAB) approved forestry
degree program at any university in Canada.
The recipients must be active in faculty or
university events and make a positive
contribution to student life on campus. apply:
Faculty of Forestry and Environmental
Management. awarding agency: Registered
Professional Foresters Association of Nova
Scotia. deadline: September 30.
Regular Officer Training Plan
conditions: This plan combines university
subsidization with career training as an officer
in the Regular component of the Canadian
Forces. Successful applicants are enrolled and
are required to maintain a good standing both
academically and militarily while being
sponsored. All tuition and other essential fees
are paid by the Department of National
Defence. As well, a monthly salary is paid to
cover living expenses. Free medical and dental
care is provided and annual leave is provided
generally before and after the summer training
period. Upon graduation, Officer Cadet is
commissioned as an Officer in the rank of 2nd
Lieutenant.The normal obligatory service for
ROTP is five years following graduation.
Undergraduate students are eligible to apply
for this program provided they have at least
one full year remaining before graduation. For
further details, contact: Canadian Armed
Forces Recruiting Office, 189 Prince William
Street, Saint John, N.B., E2L 2B9, (506) 6364973 or 1-800-222-9506 (in NB).
Reserve Entry Scheme Officer
(RESO)
Royal Canadian Naval Benevolent
Fund
conditions: This plan provides an opportunity
conditions: Dependents of former members of
for a limited number of suitable candidates
attending Canadian universities to serve as
Officers. Training is primarily during the
summer months. Officer Cadet in RESO are
paid for participating in training and are
provided with uniform, rations and quarters.
They are not subsidized for their postsecondary education nor are they obliged to
serve in the Reserve Force after graduation.
Diversified military training leads to promotion
as a commissioned Office in the Primary
Reserve of the Canadian Forces. For further
details, contact: Canadian Armed Forces
Recruiting Office, 189 Prince William Street,
Saint John, N.B., E2L 2B9, (506) 636-4973 or
1-800-222-9506 (in NB).
the Naval Forces of Canada, and the Canadian
Merchant Navy Veterans. Limited assistance
also for grandchildren. The fund only provides
"LAST DOLLAR" assistance. Students should
obtain the results of applications for student
loan, bursaries, scholarships, etc. prior to
making application to the fund. Academic
documentation required in addition to details on
naval service. For specific requirements on this
fund as well as other funds administered
through this program, contact: Royal Canadian
Naval Benevolent Fund,P.O. Box 505, Stn. "B",
Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 5P6. Tel: 613-996-5087,
Toll Free: 1-888-557-8777 or Fax: 613-2368830.
Residence Representative Board
Award
conditions: An annual award of $100 presented
by the UNB Residence Representative Board
to a student living in residence who remains
active in residence life and who best promotes
house spirit and community involvement. This
student must be living in residence for not less
than 2 years and be in good academic
standing. For more information, contact your
house president.
Rotary Foundation Scholarships
field: Unrestricted. value: Air fare to and from
the country of study, incidental travel expenses,
tuition and other educational fees, room and
board plus incidental living expenses, $300
(U.S.) for limited educational travel. duration: 1
year. conditions: Tenable in a country other
than that in which the candidate lives or
studies. Scholarships are awarded to promote
understanding and friendly relations between
peoples of different nations through study
abroad by outstanding students. Candidate
must have maintained high standards in
academic studies, have a good knowledge of
his/her country, have demonstrated qualities of
leadership, and be prepared to act as an
"ambassador of good-will". Awards may be
made for any field of study by a candidate for
an undergraduate or graduate degree:
Undergraduate Scholarship (Ages 18 through
24 inclusive): Have two years or more of
university level study but not have achieved a
bachelors degree. Must not be married.
Graduate Scholarship (Ages 18 through 28
inclusive): Must hold a bachelors degree, or
equivalent. May be married. apply: Through a
Rotary Club, in the Rotary district in which the
student either lives or studies. awarding
agency: Rotary Foundation of Rotary
International. deadline: March 1.
Saint John, N.B., Times Four
Scholarship
field: Open - cross-cultural, cross-disciplinary.
value: $1000. conditions: Awarded to a full-time
or part-time student on the Saint John Campus
who has demonstrated a commitment to
community concerns and awareness of
minority issues and who has demonstrated a
creative or innovative approach to crosscultural or cross-disciplinary study. In 2004 to
honour UNBSJ's 40th anniversary, the Saint
John NB Times Four Board will award (2)
$1,000 scholarships. apply: Apply: Rosi Jory, c/
o Renea Sleep, Student Life and Support
Services, Oland Hall, P.O. Box 5050, Saint
John, N.B., E2L 4L5. awarding agency: Saint
John, N.B. - Times Four Scholarship Trust
Fund Board. deadline: September 30, 2004.
Please enclose a covering letter stating why
you believe you would be a good candidate for
this award. Include most recent transcript.
Saint Joseph's Hospital Foundation
Bursary
conditions: A bursary valued at $100 to be
awarded annually to a Saint John campus
student entering the second year of the BN
degree program who has successfully
completed a minimum of 30 credit hours.
Selection is made on the basis of financial need
and promise in nursing. The bursary has been
funded by the Saint Joseph's Hospital
Foundation. apply: Faculty of Nursing, UNBSJ.
Saint Pauls Wark Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: $400 or $500 ($100
per annum). number: 1 duration: 4 or 5 years.
conditions: A deserving student attending UNB
who is during his college course a member or
adherent of Saint Pauls United Church of
Canada, Fredericton, N.B. apply: Minister of
Saint Pauls United Church of Canada,
Fredericton, N.B. awarding agency:
Scholarship Committee of the session of Saint
Pauls Church. donor: Saint Pauls United
Church of Canada, Fredericton, N.B.
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SCHOLARSHIPS ADMINISTERED BY OUTSIDE AGENCIES
Jack Scovil Scholarship
field: Nursing. value: $250. number: 2 duration:
1 year. conditions: Awarded to two BN/RN
students on the Saint John campus who have
successfully completed 30 ch towards their BN/
RN degree. Applicants will be assessed on the
basis of their community experience(s) and
nurses currently employed with the Victoria
Order of Nurses (Saint John) will receive
preference. apply: Applications are available at
the Office of Student Services, Saint John
campus. donor: V.O.N., Saint John. deadline:
December 1.
Cindy Seaman Memorial Award in
Nursing
conditions: An award valued at $500 to be
awarded annually to a Saint John campus
student entering the third year of the BN degree
program who has successfully completed a
minimum of 65 credit hours. Selection is made
on the basis of scholastic achievement and
financial need. The award is dedicated to the
memory of Cindy Seaman, former secretary of
the Saint John Medical Society. apply: Faculty
of Nursing, UNBSJ. donor: The Saint John
Medical Society.
Thelma Sewell Memorial Scholarship
field: Home Economics. value: $1,295. number:
1 duration: 1 year. conditions: Open to
graduates of a high school in the Province of
New Brunswick with evidence of a genuine
interest in Home Economics or related subject
areas, who have achieved good results in a
variety of high school subjects including the
applied sciences. Applicant must have applied
for admission to a Bachelors degree program in
Home Economics in any Province of Canada.
apply: Margaret McCormack, 9 Firwood Cres.,
Moncton, N.B. E1A 5W9, prior to 31 May.
awarding agency: New Brunswick Home
Economics Association. donor: The family of
the late Thelma Sewell.
Frank H. Sobey Fund for Excellence
in Business Studies
field: Business. value: $6,000 duration: 1 year.
conditions: Applicants must have completed
one year of undergraduate business studies at
an Atlantic Provinces university and be enrolled
for full-time study for the next year, also at an
Atlantic Canadian University. apply: Faculty of
Administration, UNBF, and Faculty of
Business, UNBSJ.
St. Vincent's Alumnae Scholarships
conditions: (1) A Scholarship of $500 to honor
the memory of Sister M. Francesca, M.A.,
Principal of St. Vincents High School from
1893-1919 and the foundress of St. Vincents
Alumnae Association in 1902. (2) A
Scholarship of $800 to honor the memory of
Sister M. Angela, LL.D., Principal of St.
Vincents High School from 1919-1947. (3) The
Scholarship Committee is honored to award a
scholarship of $500 in memory of Mrs. M.
Muriel Corkery-Ryan Q.C. Mrs. Ryan served as
President of St. Vincents Alumnae Association
and was Chairman of the Scholarship Fund
Committee set up to raise funds for The Sister
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Francesca Scholarship in 1950. This
scholarship was established by the family of
the late Mrs. Corkery-Ryan Q.C. (4) The DolanMcGuiggan Memorial Scholarship is valued at
$900 this year. The Scholarship Committee is
most grateful to the donor of this award in
memory of Miss Marie Dolan and Miss Annie
McGuiggan, both graduates of and former
teachers at St. Vincents High School. (5) The
Katherine Louise Roderick Scholarship of $900
was created by the late Mrs. M. Grace Roderick
through monies bequeathed to the Alumnae for
a scholarship in memory of her daughter, a
member of the Class of 1966. (6) The Mary M.
Chaisson Memorial Scholarship of $500 will be
awarded to a graduate who has been active in
both church and community activities. Mary M.
Chaisson, a 1916 graduate of St. Vincents, was
the leading N.B. scholar of that year. She was
one of the early Presidents of St. Vincents
Alumnae and did much to further its
development. In 1958 she was awarded the
Papal Medal Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice by Pope
Pius XII in recognition of her outstanding
service to church and community. This
scholarship was created by the late Mrs.
Eleanor Heffernan in memory of her sister. (7)
The Edward L. & M. Clare Broderick Morris
Memorial Scholarship valued at $400 is
awarded in memory of Mrs. Morris who was a
devoted and active member of St. Vincents
Alumnae Association and served as Governor
of N.B. for the Canadian Catholic Federation of
Alumni. This scholarship was instituted by a
bequest from the estate of Mrs. Morris. (8) The
Helen G. Hurley Family Scholarship is valued
at $700 this year. Monies for this scholarship
were bequeathed to the Alumnae by Miss
Hurley, a retired Saint John business woman
and supporter of St. Vincents High School. St.
Vincents Alumnae Scholarship Committee is
proud to award this scholarship in memory of
Helen G. Hurley. (9) The Deborah Montague
Bursary valued at $200 is to be awarded to a
graduate enrolling in a post-secondary
institution. St. Vincents Alumnae Scholarship
Committee is grateful to the donor and parties
involved in establishing this memorial bursary.
Deborah was a member of the Class of 1978.
(10) The M. Geraldine Carleton & Class of
1908 Bursary of $100 has been made available
through a sum of money bequeathed to the
Alumnae by Miss Carleton. Miss Carleton, who
practiced nursing for many years, was an
active and dedicated member of St. Vincents
Alumnae. apply: St. Vincents Alumnae
Scholarship Committee, 117 Union Street,
Saint John, N.B. E2L 1A5 awarding agency: St.
Vincents Alumnae Scholarship Committee.
donor: St. Vincents Alumnae. deadline: August
30th.
Wajax Fire Control Technical Report
Award
conditions: Wajax Limited will award three cash
prizes for reports on forest fire control,
management or use written as part of an
undergraduate forestry curriculum. One report
will be selected from and by each of the six
forestry faculties in Canada and forwarded to
Wajax Limited by January 31. An independent
three man committee will judge the reports.
Graduating senior theses are excluded. apply:
Dean of Forestry and Environmental
Management.
Walter W. White Scholarship
field: Unrestricted. value: Up to $900 per
annum number: 1 duration: 4 years, provided
student passes each year conditions: The most
promising male student from the Saint John
High School who requires financial assistance
to attend the University of New Brunswick.
Tenable from the time the recipient enters
university until he graduates. apply: The
Principal, Saint John High School, Saint John,
N.B. awarding agency: Canada Permanent
Trust Company, 53 King Street, Saint John,
N.B. donor: The late Douglas V. White.
Sophia Wood Education Fund
field: Geology and/or Geological Engineering
value: Variable. number: Multiple. duration: 1
year. conditions: Open to students in Geology
and Geological Engineering who have
completed at least the normal requirements for
the first year of their degree program. apply:
Check with the Faculty of Engineering.
awarding agency: The Womens Association of
the Mining Industry of Canada.
LOANS
Unless otherwise stated, applications forms for
loans may be obtained from the UNB Financial
Aid Office, Alumni Memorial Building, Room 3,
(506) 453-4796.
Note: Students are not considered for
University loans until they have successfully
completed one term full-time at UNB.
Fred and Dixie Beairsto Emergency
Aid Fund
conditions: An emergency aid fund which
provides limited assistance for undergraduate
students at UNB Fredericton administered
through the UNB Financial Aid Office. This aid
would be a short term loan to meet unforeseen
financial needs. Application for the Beairsto
Emergency Aid Fund can be made at the UNB
Financial Aid Office in the Alumni Memorial
Building. The Fund has been established
through the generosity of Fred Beairsto,
BScCE 63, his wife Dixie and their family.
LOANS
Harry F. Bennett Education Fund
conditions: A fund established in 1946 by
subscription from membership of the
Engineering Institute of Canada as a memorial
to Harry F. Bennett, M.E.I.C. The purpose of
the Fund is to make loans available to
deserving students who need financial
assistance to enable them to complete their
engineering studies. Money is available to
students who have completed their first year in
Engineering. The maximum loan for one year is
$250 and the maximum total for all years is
$450. The interest rate is 4% per annum
applied from date of graduation. Application
may be made through the Dean of Engineering
or to the Harry F. Bennett Education Fund,
2050 Mansfield Street, Montreal 2, Quebec.
Canada Student Loan Plan
conditions: The Canada Student Loan Program
was established in 1964 by the Federal
government to financially assist Canadian
students registered in or accepted by a
Canadian university. Each province
administers a student aid program offering
combined Federal/Provincial student loan
funding (exception is Quebec which offers only
provincial loan funding) to eligible applicants.
Students interested in making application for
funding should contact their designated
provincial department of education (located in
the "blue pages" of the phone book). New
Brunswick students can contact 1) Student
Financial Services,Department of Education,
P.O. Box 6000, 548 York Street, Fredericton,
New Brunswick, E3B 5H1; 2) web site:
www.studentaid.gnb.ca. Students intending to
use the Student Aid Program to fund their
educational expenses should file their
applications with the provincial authorities at
least three months prior to their first day of
classes. Further information/questions
concerning the provincial loan programs can be
discussed with the UNB Financial Aid Office by
telephone at (506)453-4796 or fax (506)4535020.
Canadian Forces Personnel
Assistance Loan Fund
conditions: The Canadian Forces Personnel
Assistance Fund offers an Education
Assistance Loan Program to assist serving and
former members and their departments with
costs of post-secondary education. To be
eligible for a low interest loan of $1,200,
$1,500, $2,000 or $2,500 the serving or former
member must have served in the Canadian
Army, after 1st October 1946, or in the
Canadian Forces, after 31 January 1968, and
have a minimum of one year Regular Forces
military service. The loans are repayable over
12 or 24 months. Application forms are
available from Canadian Forces Base Financial
Counsellors, district offices of Veterans Affairs
Canada, and the Provincial Command offices
of the Royal Canadian Legion or by writing to
CFPAF, 234 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa,
Ontario, K1P 6K6, telephone (613)760-3447 or
toll free 1-888-753-9828. For those who wish to
obtain their loan in time for the semester
beginning September, your submission should
arrive at CFPAF by 30 June. Otherwise,
applicatins will be accepted throughout the
year until the funds allotted for the EALP are
exhausted.
Canadian Institute of Surveying
Student Loan Fund
conditions: The Canadian Institute of Surveying
has established a loan fund for the purpose of
assisting students registered in the fourth and
fifth year Surveying course at this University.
Applicants must be students in good academic
standing. No loan to any single approved
applicant shall in any one year exceed $500.
Normally, students will only qualify for one
Surveying loan, but at the discretion of the
awarding committee, applications for a second
loan may be considered.
Ken Fuller Memorial Emergency Aid
Fund
conditions: An emergency aid fund for
undergraduate students at UNB established
through the efforts of UNB Counselling
Services, and co-ordinated with the UNB
Financial Aid Office. This aid would be a short
term loan to meet unforeseen financial needs.
Application for the Ken Fuller Emergency Aid
Fund can be made at the UNB Financial Aid
Office. The Ken Fuller Memorial Emergency
Aid Fund has been established in
commemoration of Ken Fuller, who from 1969
to 1978, served the University of New
Brunswick as Director of Counselling Services.
Dr. Frank Gannett Loan Fund
conditions: A loan fund has been established
through the generosity of the late Dr. Frank
Gannett, of Rochester, N.Y., to assist
deserving students in the Business
Administration course who require financial
assistance. This aid would be a short-term loan
to meet unforseen financial needs.
Joe Kaiser Memorial Loan Fund
conditions: This fund has been established at
the University through the efforts of the
Engineering undergraduates to provide
financial assistance to Engineering students.
Applications from third year students will be
given preference. The maximum loan is $800.
The loans are awarded on the basis of need,
with scholastic standing of the student a
secondary consideration.
The Fred Magee Endowment Loan
Fund
conditions: The late Dr. Fred Magee, of Port
Elgin, N.B., Class of 1897, founded a loan fund
through the means of a most generous bequest
to the University. The income from this bequest
shall be lent to undergraduate students of UNB
who are in need of funds to continue their
courses of study. Applicants must be Canadian
citizens by birth or naturalization.
Beth Christie McAlpine Emergency
Loan Fund
conditions: An emergency aid fund for
undergraduate students at UNB has been
established by family and friends of the late
Beth Christie McAlpine, a graduate of the class
of 1984. This fund will provide limited
assistance to deserving students. This aid
would be a short term loan to meet unforeseen
financial needs. Applications for the Beth
Christie McAlpine Emergency Loan Fund can
be made at the UNB Financial Aid Office.
Oscar D. Morrill Loan Fund
conditions: The late Oscar D. Morrill of Ann
Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A., bequeathed the sum
of $5,000 to the University to provide loans for
worthy young men unable to obtain a university
education without financial assistance.
Preference is given to students from Yarmouth,
Digby or Shelburne Counties of Nova Scotia.
Loans may be made to students from other
sections of the Maritime Provinces.
C. Alexander Pincombe Memorial
Loan Fund
conditions: A loan fund has been established
through the generosity of the late C. Alexander
Pincombe to assist UNB students who are in
need of funds to continue their course of study.
Applicants must be Canadian citizens by birth
or naturalization and preference is to be given
to students from southeastern New Brunswick.
The loan fund is administered through the UNB
Financial Aid Office.
Florence T. Snodgrass Loan Fund for
New Brunswick Students
conditions: An emergency aid fund for full-time
students of UNB Fredericton campus who have
graduated from a New Brunswick high school.
Administered through the UNB Financial Aid
Office, this aid is normally in the form of a shortterm loan to meet unforeseen financial needs.
The maximum loan is $600 annually but under
extenuating circumstances may be increased
to $800.
Garnet Strong Loan Fund
conditions: This Loan Fund has been
established by a friend interested in Forestry.
Loans, not exceeding $800 each, are available
to Forestry students. The student s financial
need, character, academic standing and year
at the University will be taken into
consideration.
University Loans
conditions: Low-interest university funded
loans are available to applicants with
demonstrated financial need. Eligibility is
restricted to full-time students who have
successfully completed one term (full-time) of
studies at UNB and are maintaining a
satisfactory academic standing. The maximum
loan available for an academic year is $800.
Veterans Loan Fund
conditions: This fund has been established at
the University by Veteran Students to assist
deserving and needy students in obtaining the
benefits of a university education. Loans may
be obtained to the value of $800 per year for
any one student.
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ACCOMMODATION & SERVICES
ACCOMMODATION, FACILITIES
AND SERVICES
ACCOMMODATION
This section provides information about
University residences, and off-campus
housing as available in Fredericton and
Saint John.
Fredericton Campus
RESIDENCES
The University maintains thirteen
residence halls, including mens, womens
and co-ed houses. Each room is furnished
with desks, bookshelves, wastebaskets,
bulletin boards, single beds, dressers and
wardrobes. Pillows are provided but
Residents bring all other bedding (sheets,
pillow cases, quilt/duvet, etc. for a twin
bed) as well as towels. Extra transitional
residences also are created each fall to
help accommodate students given the
tight local housing market and campus
residences having more space as the term
progresses.
UNB believes in a developmental
residential living experience, supporting
both academic success and personal
development. Living to Learn fosters an
academic context within the Residence
Community, facilitating a peer-supported
learning environment. Leading to Learn
seeks to develop student leadership skills.
Another UNB initiative is the ResNet
program, which involves the installation of
a hardwired connection to the University
network and the Internet, as well as cable
TV access, in campus residence rooms.
Please consult the UNB Residences
Application Form for current ResNet
availability. UNB further fosters a positive
living environment through attractive
common areas, recent infrastructure
improvements, and policies such as all
residences being non-smoking, zero
tolerance for illegal drugs, and
unbreakable beverage containers except
for products not otherwise available.
Cluster. The Cluster is supported by a fulltime Community Coordinator. The House
Teams and Community Coordinators work
closely with the central Residence Office.
The functions of the resource persons
within the residence community are as
follows:
Residential Life & Conference Services:
the office has overall responsibility for the
Residence Community and concentrates
on physical facilities, academic,
administrative and quality of life issues and
policies with the objective of providing a
quality residence experience in a strong
academic environment.
Director: a full-time professional
responsible for leadership, overall
management, governance, quality,
development, and long-term vision of the
Residence Community.
Associate Director (Finance and
Operations): a full-time professional
responsible for the physical operation of
the residences (including janitorial
services, maintenance, repairs, and
capital improvements), finance and
administration, conferences, and vending
contracts.
Community Coordinators: full-time
professionals responsible for all day to day
residential life matters within their Cluster.
ResNet Support Administrator: a full-time
professional responsible for the effective
operation of ResNet, coordinating the
House ResNet Consultants and working
cooperatively with Integrated Technology
Services on main network issues affecting
ResNet.
Residence Operations Coordinator: a fulltime professional responsible for the dayto-day management of residence janitorial
and maintenance staff.
Administrative Secretaries, Budget/Magee
Coordinator & Receptionist: full-time
support personnel who are the first
resources when visiting or contacting
Residential Life & Conference Services as
well as supporting the Cluster and House
Teams.
After Hours Counsellors: full-time
professional counsellors who are
members of UNB Counselling Services
and on-call after hours for crisis
intervention, through the Community
Coordinators.
Residence Security: Members of UNB
Security providing after hours residence
Associate Director (Residential Life): a fullcoverage and working closely with the
time professional with overall responsibility
Cluster and House Teams regarding group
for the Residence Community but
and individual situations, providing not
generally concentrating on academic
only security but also support and advice.
residence issues (supportive academic
environment, Living to Learn, etc.), quality House Dons: University faculty, staff
of life issues (residence conduct,
members or graduate (or second degree)
discipline, etc.), residence policy, and food students living in each residence who are
services.
responsible for heading House Teams,
mentoring and supporting students, and
Assistant Director (Residential Life): a fullfurthering the academic and educational
time professional working with the
goals of the Residence Community.
Associate Director (Residential Life)
whose responsibilities include heading the Associate Don (Joy Kidd & McLeod):
Residence Life Team's day-to-day
shares the same qualifications and
activities; guiding and directing
responsibilities as the Don, except for the
programming, orientation, leadership
Don heading the House Team.
development; and contributing actively to
Proctors (Educational & Hall): experienced
The residences are administered by
broader unit direction and policy.
undergraduate students living on
Residential Life & Conference Services
Residence Facilities Manager, also acting residence floors who work cooperatively
with a team based approach to life and
Associate Director (Operations and
with other House Team Members to
leadership within the community, clusters
Finance): a full-time professional
provide support and a positive,
and houses. Each house is supported by a
responsible for the physical operation of
developmental living environment in
House Team of elected and selected
the residences (including janitorial
residence. In addition to working
Student Leaders and functions as part of a
services, maintenance, repairs, and
collaboratively and the common
capital improvements), finance and
responsibilities shared by all Proctors
administration, conferences, and vending
contracts.
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ACCOMMODATION & SERVICES
(house coverage, programming, discipline,
etc.), Educational and Hall Proctors also
have unique responsibilities:
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document from the University of
New Brunswick Application for
Admission. For incoming first year
students, the UNB Residences
Application Form is included in the
UNB Admissions Handbook. All
other students (transfer students, St.
Thomas University students,
students entering law/graduate
school, etc.) should contact
Residential Life & Conference
Services directly for instructions on
residence application. There is
currently no residence application
fee.
Hall Proctors focus on their hall
providing support, building
community and implementing life
skills programs for approximately 35
students.
Educational Proctors focus on
providing academic/wellness
support and programs for the House
with one Educational Proctor per
approximately 100 students.
House Committees: elected Student
Leaders who promote a welcoming and
supportive environment through
developing community.
2.
Residential Network Consultants (RNCs):
Students in houses having ResNet who
are responsible for helping Students with
ResNet.
Janitorial Forepersons, House Cleaners, &
Residence Maintenance Person: full-time
personnel responsible for cleaning
(common areas) and maintaining
residences.
3.
RESIDENCE ADMISSION
General
1.
Since residence space at UNB is
limited, no one can be guaranteed
admission or readmission to
residence until a formal offer of
residence is issued, accepted and
confirmed by the payment of the
residence deposit.
2.
The University recognizes the
desirability and value of Students
living in residence in their first
undergraduate year as well as
having senior students remain in
residence. Hence, every effort is
made to ensure a reasonable
balance between new admission
and returning students.
3.
4.
Although consideration is given to
the student's preferences,
admission/readmission to residence
guarantees a student a place in
residence as opposed to a particular
room. Initial room assignments or
later changes are at the sole
discretion of the University.
Room assignment information will
be mailed out in late July.
New Residents
1.
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Students requesting residence must
complete and submit a UNB
Residences Application Form.
Please note that this is a separate
New residence applicants should
note that admission to residence will
not be offered until admission to a
UNB Fredericton program has been
granted by the University Registrar
and that acceptance to the
University does not guarantee a
place in residence.
Upon acceptance into their
University program, residence
applicants will be sent an offer of
residence as well as a Response to
Offer of Admission to Residence
form. Students are asked to
complete this form and return it with
a $300.00 residence deposit
(possibly increasing for 2004-05) in
accordance with the instructions
found on the form. The receipt of this
form and deposit by UNB serve as a
residence confirmation and allows a
room assignment to proceed. Please
note that room assignments cannot
take place without the receipt of the
residence deposit.
Appeals of a decision to deny
readmission may be addressed to
the Associate Director (Residential
Life).
4.
RESIDENCE DEPOSIT REFUNDS
Requests for refunds should be directed to
Residential Life & Conference Services.
Students who have paid a deposit but
send written notice of cancellation to
Residential Life & Conference Services
receive refunds as follows based on a
$300 residence deposit: :
•
a refund of $150 if the written notice
is received on or before July 31 .
The balance of $150 is NOT
REFUNDABLE.
•
a refund of $50 if the written notice is
received after July 31 but on or
before Aug. 21 . The balance of
$250 is NOT REFUNDABLE.
•
NO REFUND IF THE WRITTEN
NOTICE IS RECEIVED AFTER
AUGUST 21.
The entire deposit is forfeited if the student
cancels after August 21, fails to take up
the reserved accommodation or enters
and then subsequently withdraws from
residence. Should the residence deposit
be increased for 2004-05, this refund
policy will be duly adjusted.
RESIDENCE FEES
1.
For Regulations governing the
payment of fees, withdrawal, etc.
please refer to Section C of this
Calendar.
2.
Information concerning current
residence rates may be obtained
from Residential Life & Conference
Services.
3.
(a) Rooms with meals: Each
student's residence fee covers room
and board from the day the
residences open in the fall (date
differs for new and returning
students) until the day after the
student's last regularly scheduled
examination in December, and from
the day before classes start in
January until the day after the
student's last regularly scheduled
examination in the spring.
RESIDENTIAL MEALS ARE NOT
SERVED during Thanksgiving
Weekend in the first term or during
Returning Residents
1.
Students must apply each year for
residence accommodation.
2.
Reapplication forms are distributed
to all residence students during
March. Completed forms and a
deposit should be submitted
according to instructions issued by
Residential Life & Conference
Services.
3.
Returning students are considered
for readmission to residence
provided:
a.
They have attained a
minimum assessment grade
point average of 2.0;
b.
Their conduct has been
acceptable.
Reapplicants are, where possible,
readmitted to a house of their choice
but are not guaranteed readmission
to a particular house and may be
offered readmission to other houses.
ACCOMMODATION & SERVICES
the March Break in the second term
although retail dining services
remain open and dining plan cash
may be used. (b)Rooms without
meals (limited number only): Each
student's residence fee covers room
rent and use of communal cooking
facilities only for the same periods
as specified in 3(a) above. Students
also have the option of purchasing a
residence meal plan from the food
services contractor.
4.
(a) Although the Christmas vacation
period is not covered by residence
fees and residences are closed,
Residents who plan to resume
occupancy of their rooms in January
may leave their belongings in their
rooms during the holidays, but the
University accepts no responsibility
for these belongings. (b)
International and other students who
are unable to return home at
Christmas or make other
arrangements may request
permission to remain in residence
from Residential Life & Conference
Services. Permission is granted only
for those students with a genuine
need and such students may not be
able to remain in their regular
residence.
OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING
Students are responsible for making their
own arrangements for off-campus
housing. The UNB Student Union
maintains an Off-Campus Housing List to
assist students with finding suitable offcampus housing. This list and information
are available from UNB Student Union at
www.frederictonstudenthousing.com,
Tel. (506) 453-4955 or Fax (506) 4534958. Copies of the list also are available
at the Residence Administration Building.
It is advisable to visit the city well in
advance of registration in order to locate
suitable housing.
The University operates one apartment
building, Magee House, on the Fredericton
Campus, which can house 102 families in
49 one-bedroom, 48 two-bedroom and five
three-bedroom apartments. Student
families wishing to apply for housing in
Magee House may obtain application
forms and information from the Residential
Life & Conference Services, mailto:
cmacfarl@unb.ca, Tel. (506) 453-4800,
Fax (506) 453-3585.
Students living off-campus may choose
from a variety of meal plans available from
the food services contractor.
GENERAL
For further information about the above
and other regulations pertinent to the
residence system, please contact
Residential Life & Conference Services,
UNB, P.O. Box 4400, Fredericton, N.B.
E3B 5A3.
Phone (506) 453-4800;
FAX (506) 447-3059;
mailto: resadmin@unb.ca;
website:
www.unb.ca/residence/reslife.html.
Saint John Campus
RESIDENCES
UNB Saint John offers two residences on
campus overlooking the beautiful
Kennebecasis River.
The new residence, opening September
2003, was designed with input from our
own students. It offers 170 beds in the
form of spacious double suites for
independent style living. Suites include
two single bedrooms, kitchenette,
complete with microwave and fridge and
private three-piece bath. At UNB Saint
John, housing is non-smoking, co-ed and
security locked. Each room is furnished
with a double bed, and desk set and
standard house amenities include
furnished TV rooms and study lounges,
high-speed Internet and cable TV
connections and laundry facilities.
The Sir James Dunn Residence offers 71
beds and an indoor connection to the
campus. Single and double rooms are
available. If you prefer a more subdued,
quiet lifestyle, the residence also has a
section that offers a 24-hour quiet policy.
Food Services and Residence Fees
Sir James Dunn residents must choose
one of three meal plans which will be
incorporated into the total residence fees
as set out in the residence fees schedule.
Students living in the new residence may
elect to purchase a meal plan. Meal plans
are administered on a declining balance
basis. For example, this means that if a
meal plan that was valued at $1,000 per
term were purchased, the student's
account would be credited with this
amount toward food services. The cost of
any purchases at the Baird Dining Hall or
Tim Horton's during the term would be
deducted from the balance until a zero
balance is reached. Ideally, a zero balance
is reached at the end of each term;
however, food service accounts can be
supplemented at any time in increments of
$25 or greater. It is important to keep in
mind when choosing a meal plan that
although an account can be supplemented
at any time, any balance remaining at the
end of April is non-refundable.
Residence Activities
Living in residence is not just about
studying and sleeping. Student house
committees are elected each fall to plan
social events such as Frosh Week, Winter
Carnival, Holiday Formal and charity
fundraisers. They also assist in
establishing residence policy and
procedure, administering the residence
and student activities, and representing
the residences in student government. The
Committee uses house dues, which are
collected from the students at registration
time to provide Orientation activities,
subscriptions to cable television,
newspapers etc. for the common areas,
and anything else they would like to
sponsor. Residences are served by a
Residence Community Coordinator and a
Don in addition to a number of Residence
Assistants who live on campus.
Applying to Residence:
Applicants who are interested in living
accommodations in the university
residences must complete the application
form, which is included in the UNB Saint
John Application for Admission package or
they may apply online at
www.unb.ca/sweb/application/
Residence applicants should note that
acceptance to UNB Saint John does not
guarantee a place in residence;
acceptance into residence will not be
offered until admission to UNB Saint John
has been granted. Upon acceptance,
students will be sent a residence deposit
form. The form must be returned with a
confirmation deposit of $300.00 as quickly
as possible to ensure a place in residence.
For information on the residences, please
contact: Housing & Food Services, Sir
James Dunn Residence - mailto:
res@unbsj.ca, telephone 648-5755, fax
648-5762, Monday - Friday 8:15 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING
Do you need help finding suitable offcampus housing? An apartment, perhaps,
or a room in an owner-occupied home?
Maybe you need help finding a roommate?
Do you have concerns about your present
accommodations?
The Off-Campus Housing Office has been
established to help students find offcampus accommodations as well as to
offer assistance with concerns they may
have regarding current accommodations.
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ACCOMMODATION & SERVICES
The Office keeps up-to-date listings of
apartments for rent and rooms available in
privately-owned homes, as well as a list of
students who are looking for a roommate.
The Off-Campus Housing Coordinator,
Bonnie Sudul, is located in Annex A, Room
A1, mailto: och@unbsj.ca, telephone
648-5952, fax 648-5959, website:
ww.unbsj.ca/och/, Monday - Friday 8:15
am - 4:30 pm. Please feel free to stop in to
pick up copies of the current housing
listings and other helpful information, or to
discuss any concerns you may have about
housing.
Aboriginal Student
Services and Programs
Fredericton Campus
Special services and programs for
Aboriginal students are provided on the
Fredericton campus through the MikmaqMaliseet Institute (Marshall d'Avray Hall,
Rooms 343-344). The Institute is an
academic unit of the University which
administers UNB Academic programs for
Aboriginal students and engages in
research and publication in Aboriginal
Studies and Aboriginal Education. The
Institute's goal is to maintain the high
quality of UNB programs for First Nations
students and to broaden the Aboriginal
content and perspectives in these
programs. In addition, MMI develops new
programs which meet the stated needs of
the First Nations communities of the region
and contribute to their educational and
professional growth.
MMI services, which are intended for the
use of Aboriginal students in all Faculties,
include academic counselling and tutoring,
access to the Mikmaq-Maliseet Resource
Collection in the Harriet Irving Library, an
Aboriginal student lounge, and
opportunities to participate in social and
other group events.
1.
2.
High school graduates.
Students with Grade 11 who have
been out of school for at least 3
years.
3.
Mature students as defined in the
UNB undergraduate Calendar.
Admissions are competitive. Satisfaction
of the minimum criteria will not guarantee
acceptance. The deadline for applications
is March 31. Late applications can be
considered only if spaces remain unfilled.
In their Bridging Year students register for
four courses each term, at least one of
which must be a university credit course
(See Bridging Year courses in Section H of
the Calendar). Course schedules are
individually planned in consultation with
the Faculty in which a student wishes to
enrol the following year.
Students who achieve a pass standard in
their non-credit courses and a grade point
average of 2.0 or higher in their credit
courses are eligible to transfer to the
Faculty for which the Bridging Year was
designed. Students who do not meet these
standards will be required to withdraw from
university.
Associated Alumni of the
University of New
Brunswick
The Associated Alumni of the University of
New Brunswick has 50,000+ alumni
(graduates) around the world.
The Associated Alumni keeps graduates
connected with each other and the
University, and provides opportunities for
alumni to contribute to UNB's well-being.
The Associated Alumni is governed by an
elected council of 30 former students from
various graduating classes, geographical
areas and faculties.
Our Alumni are "energized and involved"
in the life of the University of New
Brusnwick. Alumni help with governing the
Degree credit courses are available in the University, advocating on behalf of the
Mikmaq and Maliseet languages and
university, volunteering, recruiting
cultures, and in Aboriginal Business and
students, and making financial donations.
Aboriginal Education.
Alumni give time, talent and treasures to
their alma mater. One valuable
For information on the special BEd
contribution the Associated Alumni makes
Program for Aboriginal students and the
to current UNB students is by providing
First Nations Business Administration
Certificate, see Section G of the Calendar. scholarships and merit awards.
You are a student for a defined period of
Bridging Year Program
time, but, you will be an alumnus or
The Faculty of Education offers a Bridging alumna of the University of New Brunswick
Year Program for Aboriginal students who for life! UNB's alumni are an integral part of
are preparing for admission to a UNB
the future of this university. So, what do
degree program. Applications for the
you call yourself when you graduate? A
program are welcome from:
UNB...
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Definitions: ALUMNI - all graduates both
males and females ALUMNAE - plural,
females ALUMNUS - singular male
ALUMNA - singular female
The Associated Alumni of the University of
New Brunswick began in 1862 when
seven of the approximately 200 UNB
graduates met. They subsequently formed
an "alumni society" based on the following
motion by Mr. G.S. Smith (class of 1854):
"that the objects of such a society be - first,
the advancement of the interests of the
University of New Brunswick by all
honourable means." The association has
been an active and important part of the
UNB family every since.
"Floreat Alma Mater - May the Alma Mater
Prosper"
Athletics
Fredericton Campus
The University, through its Faculty of
Kinesiology, provides opportunities for
participation in a wide variety of
recreational and competitive varsity
athletic activities. The offices of the
Faculty, together with classrooms and
laboratories are located in the Lady
Beaverbrook Gymnasium. Other features
of this building include two gymnasium
floors (one with spectator accommodation
for 1,200), the Sir Max Aitken Pool (500
spectators), four squash/handball courts, a
dance studio, conditioning room, and
equipment issue rooms.
The Education Gym contains a full
gymnasium plus facilities for gymnastics
and the martial arts. There are playing
fields adjacent to both gyms and to the
Aitken University Centre, as well as a
fourth field and running track situated on
the lower campus.
The Aitken University Centre is the home
of the UNB Varsity Reds and the
administrative offices for this athletics
program are located at there. The building
is widely used by the University and
includes classroom and training room
facilities, noon hour skating, as well as an
indoor walking/jogging area.
Thus, with the facilities of three gymnasia,
one swimming pool, four playing fields, an
arena, and specialty rooms, supplemented
by changing facilities for over 3,000
persons and a program that ranges from
highly organized intercollegiate
competition to casual recreational play,
UNB is able to provide sport and
recreational activities for all members of
the University community.
ACCOMMODATION & SERVICES
The Varsity Reds Athletic Program
competes in the Atlantic University Sport
Conference and Canadian Interuniversity
Sport (CIS) in the sports of Men's and
Women's Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer,
Wrestling, Swimming, Hockey and CrossCountry as well as Women's Field Hockey.
Athletics
Saint John Campus
The University varsity athletics program in
Saint John as a member of both the
Atlantic and Canadian Colleges Athletic
Associations offers such sports as soccer,
basketball, badminton, and volleyball for
men and women. In conjunction with the
SRC, club programs are also available in a
wide variety of sports as interest develops,
such as indoor soccer, fencing,
cheerleading and hockey.
The G. Forbes Elliot Athletics Centre
opened in 1975 and hosts a wide range of
competitive and recreational sports for the
university and, community. Thousands of
people use the Athletics Centre each year,
and it is the hub of many community
events and tournaments. Students are
able to take part in organized intramural,
and recreational and wellness activities
such as volleyball, basketball, badminton,
soccer, tennis, and table tennis, and
fitness classes. The fitness facilities as
well as the indoor tennis courts are
particularly appealing to the community.
The Jeux Canada Games Stadium, built
for the 1985 Jeux Canada Games,
overlooks the Kennebecasis and Saint
John rivers. It features a 400-metre allweather track, a natural grass field, and
seating for 5,000, as well as ancillary
facilities.
The University Athletics Department
provides an all-around program of healthy
recreational and wellness activities for the
total university population and foster
sports competition through varsity teams.
Awards Office
(Undergraduate)
The University maintains facilities on the
Fredericton campus, located in Sir Howard
Douglas Hall, where undergraduate
students are considered for scholarships
and bursaries. The Undergraduate Awards
Office looks after scholarships and
bursaries for both campuses.
See Section C of this calendar for
Financial Information.
Bank
Fredericton Campus
A Bank of Montreal Financial Management
Centre, specializing in credit, investment
and financial management services, is
located on Dineen Drive in the UNB
Bookstore building. The branch offers two
on site full service banking machines,
passbook update and statement printer,
telephone banking centre and internet
banking. There are three additional cash
machines on campus (two located at the
Student Union Building and a third at St.
Thomas University).
Branch Hours are 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.,
Monday - Friday.
Saint John Campus
A Bank of Nova Scotia banking machine is
available in the lobby of the Student
Centre.
Bookstores
There are well equipped bookstores on
both campuses in central locations from
which students may obtain books and
supplies at a reasonable cost.
Fredericton Campus
The University Bookstore offers a vide
variety of services to the student
community. It is a well stocked retail
operation selling textbooks and reference
books for all courses taught at UNB and
STU, general interest books, special order
books, a full line of stationery and office
supplies, computer hardware, software
and peripherals, as well as university
crested clothing and gift items.
Visit the Bookstore Online at:
http://www.unb.ca/bookstore/ or contact
them by telephone at 453-4664 or
bookstor@unb.ca.
Saint John Campus
The University Bookstore on the Saint
John campus stocks all textbooks and
course-related materials for students to
purchase. In addition, it offers a full line of
reference and general interest books (with
a special order service for books not in
stock), school and office supplies,
computer hardware, software and
peripherals, as well as crested university
clothing and giftware. The Bookstore is
located on the main floor of the Ward
Chipman Library building, and is open
year-round:
September through May: 8:30 am - 7 pm
Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 4 pm Friday
and Saturday
June through August: 9:00 am - 4 pm
Monday through Saturday
Visit the Bookstore online at:
http://www.unbsj.ca/bookstore/ or contact
them by telephone at (506) 648-5540 or
via email at sjbooks@unbsj.ca
Campus Ministry
Fredericton Campus
The Campus Ministry team consists of
Roman Catholic, Anglican and multidenominational Protestant chaplains. They
seek to minister to the religious needs of
all members of the university community.
They offer spiritual counselling, worship
services, and opportunities by which
members of this community are
encouraged to integrate their faith and
learning. Campus Ministry conducts
worship services, Bible studies, discussion
groups, special lectures, and Christian
Scholars gatherings, and the chaplains are
involved in the academic community as
sessional lecturers in various
departments. Students can contact
members of the Campus Ministry team at
the Campus Ministry Office (Room 10,
Alumni Memorial Building) or by calling
(506) 453-5089.
Saint John Campus
The Campus Ministry is composed of a
number of clergy and spiritual advisors of
different faiths in the Saint John area. They
volunteer their time in the Campus Ministry
Office, Room 33, Ward Chipman Library
building. The Campus Ministry sponsors
religious services, debates and guest
lecturers on the campus during the year.
Phone (506) 634-0446. The Ministry motto
is: "God cares, so do we."
Childcare Services
Fredericton Campus
College Hill Daycare Co-op Ltd.
College Hill Daycare is a non-profit daycare
childcare service for University of New
Brunswick and Saint Thomas University staff,
faculty and students. This Emergent curriculum
is available for children 6 months to 7 years of
age. Located at 850 Montgomery Street in
Fredericton, the Hours of Operation are Monday
to Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.. For further
information, contact Wendi Lunney at emailto:
chdc@unb.ca, call (506) 458-2883, or fax 506458-8198.
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ACCOMMODATION & SERVICES
Computing Services
See Integrated Technology Services.
Continuing Education and
Programs for Part-Time
Students
The University provides a variety of
courses, programs and services for
individuals who need or prefer to study on
a part-time basis at either campus as well
as at several off-campus locations. These
learning opportunities are designed to
meet the variety of roles of the individual:
occupational, professional, personal,
familial and communal.
Fredericton Campus
The following types of programs and
services are offered through the UNB
College of Extended Learning (CEL).
Further information is available through
the Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer
calendars published by the CEL and the
CEL website (http://extend.unb.ca).
Part-time Degree and Certificate Courses:
Credit courses are offered in many
disciplines that can be applied towards a
variety of degree programs or certificate
programs (e.g. Certificate in Family
Violence Issues; Certificate in
Administration; Certificate Program in
Software Development; Certificate in Film
Production; Certificate of Proficiency in
French; Certificate of Proficiency in
Spanish; Certificate in Adult Education).
UNBs newest degree program is the
Bachelor of Integrated Studies(BIS), a
degree completion program for adult
learners. Offered through UNB's
Renaissance College and the College of
Extended Learning, this program is
designed for part-time study. To serve the
needs of part-time students in off-campus
communities, the Faculties of Education
and Nursing offer academic programs to
selected locations. These programs
include the Masters in Education, the
Bachelor of Nursing for RN's, and the
Masters in Nursing. Academic sessions
are offered throughout the calendar year,
and part-time students can elect to take
courses during the day or evening or
independently, according to their interests
and needs. The University Programs on
the Miramichi offered by UNB, Mount
Allison University, and St. Thomas
University provides an opportunity for
qualified individuals in the Miramichi
region to complete first-year studies in
Arts, Science, or Business/Commerce.
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Responsibility for the degree/certificate
courses rests with the respective
academic units, which are also
responsible for the academic advising.
The advising of part-time students who are
not enrolled in a program is conducted
through the College of Extended Learning.
Non-Degree Certificates and Workshops:
The College of Extended Learning offers a
number of specialized certificate programs
to enhance the personal and cultural
enrichment professional development of
individuals. Professional development
certificate programs include Management
Development; Human Resources
Management; Public Service
Management; Project Management;
Health, Safety and Environmental
Processes; and Fluency in Information
Technology (FITness). The College offers
1 to 4 day workshops on a variety of topics
for effective leadership, management and
supervision in the changing workplace. A
wide range of courses are offered which
are designed to enhance the personal and
cultural enrichment of learners including
courses in creative writing, American Sign
Language, painting and drawing, as well
as programs like the Maritime Writer's
Workshop and KidsQuest.
English Language Programme: See the
section below, entitled English Language
Programme - Fredericton Campus.
Distance Education and E-Learning: In
order to better meet the diverse needs of
learners, UNB offers a variety of options in
course delivery, including audio and video
conferencing, text-based correspondence
courses, as well as e-learning options
through web-based study in the Open
Access Learning Program (OALP).
Visual Arts and Music: The UNB Arts
Centre and the Centre for Musical Arts
offer a variety of participation and learning
(credit and non-credit) opportunities to
UNB students and community members.
Adult Learner Services: Advice and
information for adults considering or
enrolled in academic studies at UNB.
Prior Learning Assessment: In some
circumstances, students/potential students
may have attained university-level learning
through means other than formal
university courses. Information and
guidelines related to UNB's Prior Learning
Assessment policy are available to
students, prospective students and faculty.
Adult Learners and Part-time Students
(ALPS): This organization is an
information and support network for
mature and part-time undergraduate
students. ALPS serves as an advocate,
responding to the unique concerns and
issues of these learners, to help create an
enriched university environment.
For additional information, contact the
College of Extended Learning, P.O. Box
4400, Fredericton, NB, E3B 5A3;
(506) 453-4646 (phone);
(506) 453-3572 (fax);
extend@unb.ca (email);
http://extend.unb.ca (website).
Saint John Campus
1.
The Saint John campus operates an
integrated program which treats parttime students on essentially the same
basis as full-time students. Credit
courses are under the administrative
control of the Faculties, and are
scheduled at the time of day or
evening which makes them most
accessible to both the full-time and
part-time clientele. The only credit
courses not under the auspices of the
Saint John Faculties are those in
Education which are offered at Saint
John through a co-operative
arrangement with the respective
faculties on the Fredericton campus.
Academic advising for part-time
students is available through the
Departments and Faculties, as it is for
those in full-time studies.
Writing and Math Centre: The Centre
provides individual tutoring and smallgroup workshops, as well as Saturday and 2. In addition to degree programs, the
evening sessions. The Writing and Study
campus offers certificate programs in
Skills Program covers essay and report
Data Analysis, Social Science for
writing, reading techniques, examination
Police Personnel and in Business
preparation, and time management. The
Administration, Human Resource
Math Help Program is available for all firstManagement, Accounting, Electronic
year Math courses. Services are free to
Commerce, Economics, Financial
full-and part-time UNB students; sessions
Markets, Communication and
are available by appointment.
Professional Writing and General
Financial Assistance: Advice and
Studies, which are of particular
information on loans, bursaries and
relevance to part-time students. All
scholarships for part-time students is
courses offered towards a certificate
offered.
are degree-credit courses and
ACCOMMODATION & SERVICES
students who subsequently enroll in a
degree program will normally be able
to count courses taken towards the
certificate as credits towards the
degree. Another certificate program
offered is the Certificate of Proficiency
in French, Level I and II, which is open
to students whether or not they are
currently working towards a degree.
3. A variety of non-degree courses is also
offered to meet the needs of
professional associations and other
groups.
4. The Writing Centre; Counselling;
Employment Liaison; information on
scholarships and bursaries for parttime study; student success strategies;
and financial advising for part-time
students are available at the Student
Services Centre, ground floor of Philip
W. Oland Hall. Phone (506) 648-5501.
5. The campus offers a Math Centre
available for all full-time and part-time
students regardless of degree
program. Phone (506) 648-5776.
also used by Saint John College to
place international students into the
appropriate ESL or academic
degree program.
Information about degree-credit courses/
certificate programs may be obtained from
the Chair of the appropriate Department,
the Dean of the Faculty of Business or, for
Education courses, from the Education
Coordinator for the campus, (506) 6485674.
Counselling Services
Fredericton Campus
At Counselling Services, there is a friendly,
helpful staff of professional counsellors, as
well as a Career Consultant, who helps
students use the Career Resource Centre.
Services are accessible on a drop-in basis
as well as by appointment.
All staff maintain strict confidentiality in
their dealings with students who make use
of Counselling Services.
Counselling Services provides the
6. Saint John College offers Second Lanfollowing:
guage Training Courses for those who
require further instruction in English or 1. Personal and Career Counselling
services to help students deal with, for
French in order to become proficient
example, social (issues such as
and to communicate and function
shyness, self esteem, assertiveness),
effectively in a second language. In
personal (for example: anxiety,
addition to the core programs (English
depression, anger, stress
for Academic Purposes, English as a
management, consequences of
Second Language Support, and
traumatic events), marital and
French as a Second Language), Saint
relationship problems, career problems
John College offers the following:
and concerns, concerns that impact on
a. Specialty Second Language
academic performance
Courses (non-credit) for those
(procrastination, concentration, exam
wanting an opportunity to acquire
anxiety, etc.), etc.
conversational skills in, for example, Spanish, Arabic, and Mandarin, 2. Career Resource Library which
includes information concerning
or for those needing upgrading and
careers, academic calendars, selfrefining of English or French
development, job search techniques,
language skills.
Canadian companies, and study and
b. Custom Second Language
work abroad.
Courses (non-credit), which are
specially designed for groups of
students and professionals with
varying needs and interests. These
courses range from off-site corporate training to on-site specialty programs.
c. English Language Testing Site for
the CAEL (Canadian Academic
English Language Assessment)
exam, for students requiring an official test of English proficiency. The
CAEL test is given on-site at regular intervals and the results are
accepted at most Canadian postsecondary institutions. The CAEL is
3. Consultation regarding concerns a
friend, staff or faculty member, or other
individual may have about a student or
situation. Note that no counselling staff
person will discuss or release any
information about any individual who
might be a client of counselling
services.
Counselling Services is located in Room
19, Alumni Memorial Building. Services
are available free of charge to all full-time
and part-time students of UNB and Saint
Thomas University. Fall and winter office
hours are weekdays: 8:15 a.m. - 12:00
noon, and 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Summer
hours are weekdays: 7:45 a.m. - 12:00
noon, and 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. For
information or to make an appointment call
453-4820. After-hours emergency services
are provided by CHIMO Helpline, Inc. - call
Counselling Services at 453-4820 after
hours and you will be connected to
someone who can assist you.
For additional information please visit our
website at: http://www.unb.ca/counselling/
Saint John Campus
Counselling Services provides confidential
help for students experiencing:
1.
Anxiety and depression
2.
Personal problems
3.
Relationship & communication
problems
4.
Substance abuse problems
5.
Time and stress management
problems
6.
Work related issues
7.
Career indecisions
Counselling services are provided in a
concerned, supportive environment.
Students in crisis will be seen without
appointments. Every effort is made to
provide constructive intervention and
counselling follow-up. Counselling
Services is located in Oland Hall, G18. To
make an appointment, please call
506-648-5557 or emailto:
davisl@unbsj.ca.
Employment Services
Fredericton Campus
The Student Employment Service located
in the historic Neville
Homestead, helps students find full-time
degree-related employment after
graduation, part-time employment on
campus during the academic year, as well
as summer jobs and internships. We
provide in-depth resume, cover letter and
interview guidance and on-going Job
Search Strategy counselling (by
appointment and by workshop/seminar).
There are approximately 2,000
employment opportunities and over 80
company information sessions held on
campus each year. All students are
encouraged to contact the Student
Employment Service at the beginning of
the academic year to review the many
opportunities and to take part in the fall
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recruitment campaigns as well as our
Career Fairs and Work-study Program
(part-time on-campus employment).
Student employment opportunities and
other helpful tips and job search
information can be seen on our web-site:
http://www.unb.ca/employment.
For information contact: Phone (506) 4534620; Fax (506) 453-4610; emailto:
employment@unb.ca.
scheduling. Offered monthly
September through April.
2.
B. English Language Classes:
1.
2.
Saint John Campus
The Campus Employment Office on the
Saint John campus assists students and
graduates in obtaining permanent,
summer and part-time employment.
Services for students include: work-study
programs, employment counselling, labour
market information, assistance with
resumes and cover letters, job search
strategies and interview preparation.
Employer services include posting job
notices on-campus and assisting with
employer information sessions for
students and graduates. Service is
provided throughout the year. Students
and graduates are encouraged to contact
the Campus Employment Office early in
the academic year to review job
opportunities and take part in the fall
recruiting campaigns offered by many
employers. The Employment Office and
the Career Resource Centre are located in
Student Services, Room G18, Oland Hall.
Phone: 506-648-5690 or e-mail
galbrait@unbsj.ca
English Language
Programme
Fredericton Campus
Established in 1953, the UNB English
Language Programme offers courses to
assist non-aglophones to function in an
English milieu. In all formats, the language
of instruction is English; all communication
is to be carried on in English as well. Each
hour the student is faced with changes in
instructor and language focus. Credit and
non-credit courses are available.
A.
(Total Intense) SUBMARINE©
Immersion: This approach
incorporates round the clock classes
and activities. A pledge to function
only in English for the duration of
enrolment is the basis of operation.
1. Three-week, small-group
modules featuring individualized
attention and personalized
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Five-week, large-group
sessions. Offered May/June and
July/August.
3.
September - April: Term format
in fourteen-week units; 23 hours
per week.
September - April: Daily classes,
in one-week units; 10 - 30 hours
per week.
September - April: Evening
classes a three-hour block per
week; undergraduate and
graduate, credit and non-credit.
C. Specialized Formats:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Tutorial Classes available to
meet individual needs.
Focus workshops / specialized
formats.
Professional / Labour Market
Language Training©
Session for High School
students.
All proficiency levels are offered. Students
are placed in classes according to their
level in each area; thus, they might find
themselves at one level in writing, another
in oral production, a third in grammar, a
fourth in sound , and so on.
For information and registration, please
contact: UNB English Language
Programme. Telephone: (506) 453-3564
emailto: elp@unb.ca
website: http://elp.unb.ca
Saint John Campus
groups, such as our language training
programs for professionals.
Students interested in studying at Saint
John College should be aware that
application procedures, schedules and
fees are different from those of other UNB
departments. Fourteen-week courses
begin in January, May, and September.
Please contact Saint John College directly
for more detailed information and for
application forms. The phone number is
(506) 648-5599; the fax number is (506)
648-5963; the e-mail address is
sjcol@unbsj.ca, and the mailing address is
Saint John College, University of New
Brunswick, P.O. Box 5050, 100 Tucker
Park Road, Saint John, New Brunswick,
CANADA, E2L 4L5. Students can also visit
the website at www.unbsj.ca/sjcollege.
Faculty Advisors
1.
2.
3.
4.
Saint John College is UNB Saint Johns
English and academic preparatory college
for international students. The 14-week
English for Academic Purposes Program
(EAP) prepares students for academic
studies at UNB Saint John and other
Canadian universities. The Colleges
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Support Program for students with a
TOEFL score between 500 and 549 (or
equivalent) is one of Canadas largest
programs catering to the needs of students
with this TOEFL range. Saint John College
also offers a variety of language courses,
including an extensive French as a
Second Language (FSL) program. Other
specialized programs are offered based on
our learners needs and requirements, and
include: Part-Time ESL; Business ESL;
Spanish, Mandarin and other languages;
and specialty programs for international
5.
It is very important that students
consult with their faculty in planning
their program.
Faculty advisors are available to all
students in the university, and are
available for consultation during
students full stay on the campus.
If students wish to see a faculty
advisor they should contact their
respective Faculty or Deans Office and
ask to be assigned a faculty advisor.
Each faculty has its own procedures
for assigning students to faculty
advisors.
In the faculty of Science, academic
advising is provided by the Dean or
Associate Deans for the first two
years, with individual advisors
appointed when students select their
major programs of study.
In the Faculty of Arts, academic
advising in the first two years is done
primarily through the core ARTS 1000
course. ARTS 1000 tutorial leaders
also provide academic advising.
Students without an ARTS 1000
advisor will see an Associate Dean for
counselling. When students select
their field of study departmental
advisors will be assigned.
ACCOMMODATION & SERVICES
Financial Aid
Fredericton Campus
Contact the UNB Financial Aid Office for
information/assistance on Government
loans. The Financial Aid Office acts as a
liaison between students and all
governmental student aid offices.
Assistance is available to students who
need to obtain a provincial student loan
application; require an explanation of their
government student aid assessment; wish
to initiate an appeal for further loan
assistance; need information on Canada
Study Grants, Millennium Scholarships
and; terms of repayment. Additionally,
should you not be eligible for Government
Loan Assistance, you may discuss
alternative funding options such as
chartered bank Student Loans and Line-ofCredit procedures with the Financial Aid
Office.
Other services provided by the Financial
Aid Office include, but, are not limited to:
1.
2.
3.
available for both full and part-time
students. Budgeting and financial advising
is another of our important services.
Fine Arts
Saint John Campus
The UNB Saint John Financial Aid Office
provides advice and answers questions on
all matters relating to financial aid
including: government student loans,
student line of credit, bank loans,
University and Emergency funding,
bursaries and scholarships, as well as
funding by outside agencies. Information is
4.
The Creative Arts Committee, chaired
by Tony Short, offers an annual
concert series in which nationally and
internationally acclaimed artists and
touring companies are brought to
campus throughout the academic
year. In addition, the Committee
generally promotes student
participation in different areas of the
Fine Arts.
5.
Film and Video. A series of courses in
film studies is offered by the
Department of English. These may be
taken as optional courses or as part of
the Fine Arts Minor. The program is
directed by Dr. Tony Larder of the
Department of English.
UNB has a long tradition of encouraging
the fine arts and has directed its resources
into sustaining diversified cultural
activities.
Fredericton Campus
On the Fredericton campus, Fine Arts
offerings reflect the philosophy that in a
modern university the creative and
intellectual aspects of life must be closely
integrated.
Fine arts facilities and activities include:
1.
Work-Study Program is a subsidized
work program designed to assist
financially needy students with the
high costs associated with postsecondary study. The program will
also provide students with an
opportunity to gain valuable skills/
experience within an on-campus part- 2.
time employment sit.
For application information and deadlines,
please contact the Financial Aid Office of
UNB, Room 3, Alumni Memorial Building,
(506) 453-4796 or emailto: finaid@unb.ca.
Theatre at UNB. Theatre UNB
produces several shows (7 last
season) in Memorial Hall allowing
students to acquire experience in
acting, designing, directing, producing,
set construction, lighting and stage
managing. These activities are
organized by Len Falkenstein
(Director of Drama).
For more information or to make an
appointment, contact Renea Sleep, Oland
Hall, G15, 648-5765 or emailto:
rsleep@unbsj.ca.
University Small Loan Program are
low-interest loans available to full-time
students who have successfully
completed one term at UNB.
Maximum loan award for an academic
year is $800.00.
UNB Special Bursary Program is
available to undergraduate students
who have been assessed to receive
maximum combined federal and
provincial government student aid
funding for the current academic year.
3.
UNB Art Centre: Founded in 1941 by
Pegi Nicol MacLeod and Lucy Jarvis,
the UNB Art Centre is considered one
of the oldest art centres in the Atlantic
6.
region. It remains a focus for a range
of informative and stimulating
exhibitions and programs. It is home to
UNB's student art group, ARTZONE.
The UNB Art Centre is the custodian
of the UNB Permanent Collection
which totals close to 1500 artworks
assembled through the generosity of
alumni and benefactors. The
collection is on display throughout the
Fredericton and Saint John campuses.
The Centre for Musical Arts,
established in 1992, is under the
direction of Richard Hornsby. It offers
credit and non-credit courses, practice
facilities, instruments for student use,
a Concert Series, a Young Musicians
Program, and a Summer Music Camp
and an affiliated professional Music
Festival (New Brunswick Summer
Music Festival). There are also many
ensembles available to students such
as the Concert Choir (Director, Bjorn
Runefors), and instrumental
ensembles (concert band, brass
ensemble, flute choir, jazz
band)(Director, Richard Hornsby), as
well as the Musician-in-Residence
program (1993-97, Robert Kortgaard piano; 1997-2001, Richard Raymond piano, 2001- Peter Allen).
7.
Writer-in-Residence. This position has
been held by Norman Levine (196566), Dorothy Livesay (1966-68), John
Metcalfe (1972-73), Alden Nowlan
(1968-83), David Adams Richards
(1985-87), Douglas Glover (1987-88),
Helen Weinzweig (1988-89), Nancy
Bauer (1989-90), William Gaston
(1990-92), Don Hannah (1992-93) and
Karen Connelly (1993-94) and Beth
Harvor (1994-95), Anne Michaels
(1995-96), Bill Bissett (1998), Richard
Sanger (1998-99), Doug Fetherling
(2000-01), John Steffler (2001-02),
Anne Simpson (2002-03), Ken
McKoogan (2003-04).
The Fiddlehead Magazine. Canada's
oldest continuing journal of poetry and
short stories was conceived more than
three decades ago by Alfred Bailey,
and grew from a few mimeographed
sheets of poems by students and
some faculty to include short stories
and book reviews. It has been called a
WHOS WHO of Canadian Literature,
and it has been edited by various
faculty members over the years,
including Fred Cogswell, Kent
Thompson, Roger Ploude, Peter
Thomas, Robert Gibbs, and Don
McKay. The current editor is Ross
Leckie. Although its emphasis is on
Canadian prose and poetry, the
Fiddlehead is open to good writing in
English from contributors around the
world.
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8.
9.
Memorial Hall is the site for oncampus as well as touring drama and
music productions. It also houses the
UNB Art Centre and the Centre for
Musical Arts.
Special events and programs.
Concerts, music master classes and
workshops, summer music programs,
writers conferences, exhibitions,
poetry-readings, and drama
productions are arranged or
sponsored by the UNB Art Centre, the
Centre for Musical Arts, Theatre UNB
and the Creative Arts Committee.
Saint John Campus
Cultural activities on the Saint John
campus are presented under the auspices
of the Lorenzo Society .
1.
2.
The Saint John String Quartet
consisting of David Adams (principal
violin), Enoch Kwan (violin), Chris
Buckley (viola), and Sonja Adams
(cello) offer a series of 5 lecture/
recitals and 2 concerts annually.
Exhibitions by local, Canadian and
International artists are regularly
displayed. In addition, the Cormorant
, the Lorenzo Societys literary
magazine, has published the works of
students and Saint John area writers
since 1983.
3.
On-campus as well as touring drama
productions are presented.
4.
Special events and programs.
Concerts, writers conferences,
exhibitions and poetry and prose
readings are arranged or sponsored
by the Lorenzo Society .
Food Services
Fredericton Campus
On-campus food services are provided:
1.
in the various residence dining areas
with Residential Students having the
choice of various dining plans with
varying combinations of structured
meals and discretionary cash.
Students who live off campus also
have the option of buying various
dining plans or occasional meals on
a cash basis.
2.
in the Student Union Building, Head
Hall, Harriet Irving Library, IUC, and
DAvray Hall; and
3.
in vending machines located in
various university buildings.
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General information concerning food
services, vending, and beverage contracts
may be obtained from the Associate
Director (Residential Life), whose office is
in the Residence Administration Building,
calling 453-4800, or emailto:
resadmin@unb.ca.
Information concerning planning an oncampus event involving food or
beverages, or hosting a conference on
campus may be obtained from the
Conference Coordinator at Residential Life
& Conference Services (Residence
Administration Building, 453-4800,
emailto: unbhotel@unb.ca) or, if for these
specific facilities, the Director of the Wu
Centre (Wu Centre, 453-5135, emailto:
wu@unb.ca) or Event & Marketing
Coordinator of the Aitken Centre (Aitken
Centre, 458-7803, emailto:
morrell@unb.ca).
Saint John Campus
On the Saint John campus, food services
are located in the Thomas J. Condon
Student Centre and Ward Chipman Library
Building. Information regarding catering,
food services or hosting a conference on
campus may be obtained from the Office
of Housing and Food Services by calling
648-5755.
Health Insurance, Student
Basic Health Coverage
Basic health and hospital benefits for
Canadian students are provided by the
Medicare Plan of their province of
permanent residence. Students must
ensure that they are registered and in
good standing with the Hospital
Commission of their province.
International students with student visas
do not qualify for Medicare coverage.
Basic health coverage for international
students is provided through an insured
plan administered by the University.
International students on both campuses
should refer to the following web site for
information concerning opt-out dates,
refunds, etc.: http://www.unb.ca/services/
financialservices/students/interhealth.htm
International students with landed
immigrant status do qualify for Medicare
and hospital benefits and must register
with the Province immediately upon
arrival. Please also refer to the above web
site for more information.
Supplementary Health and Dental
Coverage
All full-time undergraduate students on
both campuses are automatically enrolled
in the Student Health/Dental Plan. The
Graduate Studies
Plan is designed to supplement the
coverage provided by the provincial
The University offers a wide range of postMedicare plans, or by the plan for
graduate programs through its School of
international students. Administered by the
Graduate Studies. The degree of Doctor of
Student Union on the Fredericton campus,
Philosophy is offered in Graduate
and by the Student Representative
Academic Units in the departments of
Council (SRC) on the Saint John campus,
Biology, Chemical Engineering,
the Plan provides students with a
Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Computer
comprehensive set of extended health and
Science, Education, Electrical
dental benefits including 80% coverage on
Engineering, English, Forestry and
prescription drugs, paramedical services,
Environmental Management, Geodesy
ambulance services, etc. The coverage
and Geomatics (Surveying) Engineering,
runs from September 1 through August 31.
Geology, History, Interdisciplinary Studies,
Students wishing to enroll dependents
Mathematics and Statistics, Mechanical
must contact the Student Union/SRC to
Engineering, Physics, Psychology, and
make arrangements (Fredericton students:
Sociology. Master's degrees are offered in
506-453-4955; Saint John students: 506Graduate Academic Units in almost all
648-5684 ).
departments. Graduate studies are carried
Students providing proof of alternate
out on both campuses of the University.
coverage may opt out of the Student
Detailed information concerning the
Health/Dental Plan. To opt out, students
programs offered, financial assistance for
must complete an opt-out form and have it
graduate students, and regulations
signed by a Student Union/SRC staff
governing admission and degree
member. Students who opt out will be
requirements will be found in the School of
credited for the Health/Dental fee. The
Graduate Studies Calendar available on
deadline to complete the opt-out process
request from the School of Graduate
is September 24, 2004 for both campuses,
Studies ( emailto: gradschl@unb.ca ) or on
with no exceptions beyond this date. It is
the Internet at http://www.unb.ca/gradschl/
the responsibility of the student to follow all
.
steps and adhere to the deadline in order
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to receive credit. Students must opt out
annually as the opt-out does not
automatically carry forward from year to
year. The opt-out deadline for new
students starting in January (those who
were not full-time in September) will be
January 21, 2005.
Information Centres
Fredericton Campus
Advocacy Centre
The UNB Student Union-run Advocacy
Centre is a place where undergraduate
students can access free, confidential
Please refer to Section C - Financial
Information for Health Insurance fees and legal information from student advocates.
If they cannot provide you with specific
payment deadlines.
information, they will find the information
For further information about the Plan,
for you, or direct you to somewhere that
please contact: Fredericton Student Union, the information can be provided. The
Room 126, Student Union Building [(506) advocates are a prime avenue to access
453-4955] or Saint John Student
Universal Legal Coverage. The Advocacy
Representative Council, Room 213, T.J.
is located in room 31 in the SUB. Call 447Condon Student Centre [(506) 648-5684]. 3068 or emailto: univaff@unb.ca for more
information.
Health Services
PaperTrail
The University has an AIDS Information
Officer who provides information and
counselling to those at the University who
contract the AIDS virus or may be
concerned about AIDS. The Officer may
be contacted at (506) 453-4642.
The Student Union-run PaperTrail is
located in the lobby of the Student Union
building. Photocopies, fax service, a
binding service, as well as stationary and
other merchandise, are available. Also
offered are Bus passes, campus maps,
and tickets for most activities. The
Fredericton Campus
PaperTrail acts as a photofinishing dropoff location, and also a Pharmacy
The Student Health Centre is located in
Prescription drop-off which arranges for
the East end of Tibbits Hall. Weekday
your prescriptions to be delivered to your
hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed
weekends and holidays. Phone (506) 453- home for free. Call 447-3079 for hours and
4837. After hours physician on call through information.
UNB Security, 453-4830 for hospital
Student Information Centre
emergencies.
The Student Union-run Information Centre
Nursing and physician services are
is located in the lobby of the Student Union
available to full-time UNB and STU
Building (sharing space with the Paper
students. The main function of the Student Trail), room 105. Information on any event,
Health Centre is to provide acute episodic program, club, employment opportunity,
care. The Student Health Centre offers
etc. is available. The Information Centre
comprehensive primary health care
also coordinates several workshops
services. In addition, the Centre is
throughout the school year. Other popular
interested in preventive medicine, health
services are the Odd Job Bank and the
education and counselling in medical
Used Book Sale, which takes place at the
matters. Referral to specialists is arranged beginning of each term. Call 447-3079 for
when necessary.
more information, or emailto:
resource@unb.ca.
Saint John Campus
University Womens Centre
Students requiring medical assistance
may access one of the after-hour clinics in
the greater Saint John area. Please
consult the yellow pages under Clinics Medical. Medical emergencies are
handled by St. Josephs Hospital or the
Saint John Regional Hospital, which is
adjacent to the UNB Saint John campus.
Governed by a Board consisting of various
members of the UNB, STU and
Fredericton Community, the University
Womens Centre opened in the fall of 2002.
Located in room 129 in the Student Union
Building, the centre provides information,
space and support for all members of the
university community. For more
information, phone (506) 452-6124 or
emailto: women@unb.ca.
Saint John Campus
At the student-run Campus Information
Centre, located in the Thomas J. Condon
Student Centre, you can obtain general
information, find out what is happening on
campus, meet other students, send faxes,
get photocopies, pick up bus schedules,
maps, job postings and much more.
The Office of Advancement,
Communications and Recognition (ACR)
is the University's key contact point for
members of the public seeking information
on UNB Saint John. If you are a
prospective student or parent, or a high
school guidance counselor, principal or
teacher, the ACR Office is your source of
information on academic programs,
facilities, services and campus life at UNB
Saint John and its host city (call 506-6485698 or mailto: tellmemore@unbsj.ca) .
The ACR Office also works regularly with
the media, community interest groups,
government officials, benefactors and
potential donors, and many others, and
provides a news service and internal
communications for faculty, staff and
students. Check out News@UNB on our
website (http://www.unbsj.ca) for the latest
UNB Saint John news, a calendar of
events taking place on campus, a list of
experts at UNB Saint John and more.
Integrated Technology
Services
Fredericton Campus
In support of UNBs information and
communications technology (ICT) needs,
Integrated Technology Services (ITS)
provides a variety of facilities and services
for students. Visit http://www.unbf.ca/its/
students/ for information about these
services and for step-by-step instructions
on how to activate your PIN, computing
accounts and UNB e-mail, access your
personal information (course registration,
marks, timetables) and more.
ITS Help Desk The ITS Help Desk is
available to answer questions involving
accounts, general access computer labs,
application software, printing, access to
web services, and problems with
technology misuse (such as abusive email). Phone (506) 453-5199, mailto:
helpdesk@unb.ca or drop by in person to
D-11 Head Hall from 8 a.m. to midnight
every day, except Christmas and New
Years Day. Free software, the status of
services, information about outages and
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other information is available from the ITS
Help Desk website at
http://www.unb.ca/helpdesk.
The Integrated Technology Services
Department on the Fredericton Campus is
located in two main centres:
Eaton Multimedia Centre (in Marshall
dAvray Hall) The ITS units located in the
Eaton Multimedia Centre (EMC) are
equipped to handle your multimedia, web
and printing needs. Visit ITS Imaging
Services (EMC Room106, 453-4843,
imaging@unb.ca) to get your UNB photo
ID or for any other printing and duplication
needs. Visit ITS Media Services
Equipment Pool (EMC Room 133, 4534704, avbookng@unb.ca) for loaner
equipment and training on how to use it.
Visit the CPIT media lab (EMC Room 234,
458-7660) for training on how to use the
latest multimedia software and equipment,
or contact the Web Development Team
(453-6889, emailto: webteam@unb.ca) for
information about UNB websites.
Wasson Computing Centre (in Head Hall)
The ITS units located in the Wasson
Computing Centre (WCC) run the
networking equipment and servers that
provide access to UNB computing
accounts, email, networked software
applications and file storage space. Visit
the many open-access labs located in
Head Hall and around the campus to
access these services. Bring your own
laptop to campus and take advantage of
the wireless network and student carrels.
Visit the MTL satellite media lab (Room
HD-69, 452-6329) or the Imaging Services
outlet (Room HE-10A, 458-7908) for
equipment or help with your multimedia
and printing needs.
Saint John Campus
Integrated Technology Services (ITS)
provides facilities and services for
computers, networks, multimedia and
audio-visual equipment in support of the
academic and research needs of our
students and employees. ITS manages
and provides user support for more than a
dozen servers that provide file storage
space, networked applications, print
services, web page storage, email
services, off-campus FTP access to files,
and Internet connectivity services. ITS
Saint John operates six computer labs
containing more than 150 microcomputers
for student use. ITS maintains and
supports technology-enhanced
classrooms including one videoconferencing facility. For more information,
visit our web site: www.unbsj.ca/ITS
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International Student
Advisor/CIDA Coordinator/
Canadian Student
Exchanges
Fredericton Campus
The International Student Advisors Office
is located in Room 18 of the Alumni
Memorial Building and is open during the
regular campus office hours. Orientation,
counselling and information are available
to all non-Canadian students and their
families at UNBF and UNBSJ. The office
provides advice and information on such
items as student authorization, health
insurance, financial issues, community
resources and social events for
international students. The International
Students Advisor's office also administers
all aspects of the CIDA contracts for
students studying at UNB under CIDA's
various agencies.
The office also provides information to
Canadian students regarding exchange
programs. Phone (506) 453-4860.
Saint John Campus
http://www.unbsj.ca/international
International Student Advisors
The International Student Advisors office
on the Saint John campus is located in
Room A10 of the International Centre,
Annex A. Orientation, counselling and
information are available to all
international and landed immigrant
students and their families. The
International Student Advisors provide
assistance and information on arriving in
Saint John, finding accommodations,
student authorizations, health insurance,
campus and community resources, and
social events. Phone (506) 648-5775 or
mailto: donahue@unbsj.ca.
Student Abroad Coordinator
Go Further! Study Abroad! Information and
advice on study and work abroad
opportunities for UNB Saint John students
are available. UNB Saint John offers a
number of competitive bursaries each year
to financially assist Canadian students to
study abroad for one term. To find out
more, check out the website at http://
www.unbsj.ca/international/
studentabroad, or phone (506) 648-5618
or mailto: studentabroad@unbsj.ca.
International Development Project
Coordinator
The International Office at UNB Saint John
provides support to faculty, staff and
students involved with international
development projects. Present initiatives
include projects in China, Vietnam, Africa
and Cuba. The Coordinator is also
available to assist faculty, staff and
students wishing to develop opportunities
and proposals to work, study or do
research in developing countries. An
active World Universities Services of
Canada chapter is also coordinated in this
office. For more information on
international development, contact: (506)
648-5819 or mailto: sklenk@unbsj.ca.
Libraries
Fredericton Campus
LIBRARIANS
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Allan, Erma P., BA (UNB), BLS (Tor),
Head, Cataloguing, HIL - 1967
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Balcolm, Lesley, BA (Mt.All.), MLIS
(UWO), Head of Reference Dept HIL 2001
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Belier, Patricia, BA, MA, MLS (Tor),
Archives and Special Collections, HIL
- 1982
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Bragdon, Marc, BA (St Thomas(NB),
MLIS (Dal), HIL - 1999
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Burk, Alan C., BA (Hanover), MA,
PhD (Brown), MLS (UWO), Assoc Dir,
HIL and Dir ETC - 1982
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Charters, Mary, BSc (UNB), BEd
(Qu), MLS (UWO), Cataloguing, HIL 1975
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Crocker, C. Anne, BA (UNB), BLS
(Tor), Head, Law Lib - 1976
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Cull, Barry, BA (Nfld), BA (Dal), MLS
(Dal), HIL - 1999
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Fisher, Sue, BA (Western), MA (Qu.),
MLIS (Alta.), Curator Eileen Wallace
Childrens Literature Collection - 2001
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Giberson, Frances, BA (Dal), MA
(UNB), MLS (UWO), Head, Science
and Forestry Lib, 2003
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Hamilton, Elizabeth C., BA (UNB),
MLS (UWO), MA (UNB), Head, Govt
Doc, HIL - 1978
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Holyoke, Francesca, BA (UNB), MLS
(Dal), Head, Science and Forestry Lib
- 1979
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Johnston, Patricia E., BA, BEd (UNB),
MLS (McG.), MA (York) - 1980
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MacKenzie, James, BMus (Mt.All.),
MA (UWO), MLS (Dal), HIL - 2002
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Moss, Janet, BA (UNB), MLS (UWO),
Law Library - 1991
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Neilson, John, BA, MA (Acad.), MLS
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(McG.), Documents, HIL - 1989
Pope, Andrew T., BA (New Sch NY),
BEd (UNB), MLS (Tor), HIL - 1974
Rauch, Doris, BA, MSEd (Brooklyn),
MLS (Pitt), Head, Engineering Lib 1978
Renner, Melinda, BA, MSLS (Emory),
SLS (Atlanta), Law Library - 1998
Sloan, Stephen, BA (Tor), MLS
(UWO), HIL - 1988
Teskey, John, BA (Guelph), MLS
(UWO), Dir of Libraries - 1991
Thompson, Jocelyne, BA (C'dia), MLS
(McG.), Head, Collections and Public
Services - 2000
Wells, Leanne, BA (Acad), MA (UBC),
MLS (Dal), HIL - 2002
Wheeler, Barbara, BA (Mt.St Vin.),
MSL (Dal), Cataloguing, HIL - 1985
The UNB library system on the Fredericton
campus comprises the Harriet Irving
Library and two branch libraries, one
serving the faculties of Computer Science
and Engineering, the other, the faculties of
Forestry and Science. The Law Library is
an integral part of the Faculty of Law.
Collectively the libraries hold over one
million bound volumes, three million
microforms, 220,000 government
documents, 50,000 maps, and 3,200
current print journals, as well as many rare
books, manuscripts, the University
archives and a number of other special
collections. Each library has a noncirculating Reference collection consisting
of dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks,
bibliographies, indexes and abstracts.
Most materials can, however, be borrowed
for home use, and books and periodicals
are shelved in open stacks for easy access
by library users. QUEST, UNB Libraries
online catalogue, lists the materials in all of
the university libraries, including Ward
Chipman Library on the Saint John
campus, and provides location
information.
QUEST and database searching and on
locating material in the libraries
collections.
Study tables and individual carrels are
provided in all libraries. Photocopiers and
printers are also provided. Furthermore,
laptop computers can be borrowed for inhouse use at the Harriet Irving Library, as
well as at the Science and Forestry and
the Engineering libraries.
Opening hours are posted at the entrance
to each library and on the library web site
at http://www.lib.unb.ca
links to research and informational items
and is open to any user with Internet
connections, 24 hours a day, seven days a
week. From books to the web, the library
staff offers formal and informal instruction,
and assistance to students seeking
information in support of their course work
and their research interests.
Laptop computers can be borrowed for inhouse use in the Ward Chipman Library.
Library services are available year-round
to students and faculty of both campuses
and to adult residents of Saint John and
surrounding areas.
Saint John Campus
Lost and Found Items
LIBRARIANS
Fredericton Campus
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A repository for articles lost and found is
located at the Security and Traffic Section
in the Wu Conference Centre, Fredericton
campus. Another Fredericton location is
the Equipment Room at the Lady
Beaverbrook Gymnasium.
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Collins, Susan, BA (Qu), MLS (Pitt),
Chief Librarian & Director, Information
Services & Systems - 1979
Fraser, Janet, BA (UWO), MLS (Tor),
MA (Tor), Librarian II - Information
Access - 2003
Hansen, Linda S., BA (UNB), MLS
(SUNY), Electronic Services Librarian
-1996
Kerr, William A.L., BA (UNB), ALA,
Reference/Collection Development
Librarian - 1969
Lupien, Pascal, BA (McG.), MLS
(Montr.), Librarian I - 2003
Reflecting the technological advances of
recent years, many information resources
including some 8,000 full-text journals, a
number of major indexing and abstracting
tools, and a variety of reference materials
are available online from the library web
site. These electronic resources can be
accessed through computers on campus
or at home.
As part of Information Services & Systems,
UNBSJs Library Services provide several
kinds of access, from physical books to
computer databases, to virtual documents
through the Internet. The Ward Chipman
Library houses a physical collection of
approximately 189,000 volumes, 61,000
microforms, government documents and
maps, and 600 current serial titles, which
is supplemented by a document delivery
service allowing users rapid access to
materials not held locally. Library users
share Quest, the University Libraries
system with the Fredericton campus
libraries. Users have electronic access to
the full library catalogue and over 80
licensed bibliographic databases, which
include indexes, abstracts, and full-text
material. Among the items appearing in
full-text are approximately 8,500 serial
titles. Students can read needed material
on-screen, download it to disk or email it to
themselves for future reference and study.
General library tours are offered for all
students in September, while more
detailed instruction sessions are provided
later in the term by librarians and other
library staff. Reference staff are also
available to give individual instruction on
Through campus labs, library computer
workstations or home Internet
connections, students have access to the
Librarys extensive website. This site
http://www.unbsj.ca/library/ provides online instructional materials and a variety of
Saint John Campus
A repository for articles lost and found is
located in the Security Office, in the
Athletics Centre Foyer.
Math Help and Writing
Centre
Fredericton Campus
Math Help Centre:
The Math Help Centre provides individual
tutoring, group tutorials, workshops and
exam review sessions for all students
taking first year Math courses. Services
are free to full-and part-time UNB
students. The Centre is located in
Keirstead Hall Room 317. Call the College
of Extended Learning (453-4646) for an
appointment or emailto: mhc@unb.ca.
Writing Centre:
The Writing Centre (318-319 Keirstead
Hall) offers free individual and small group
tutoring as well as a variety of workshops
for full- and part-time students. Topics
include essay and report writing, effective
reading and study techniques,
examination preparation, and time
management. Individual appointments can
be booked through the College of
Extended Learning (453-4646). The
current Writing Centre workshop schedule
and contact information are available
online:
http://www.unb.ca/extend/wss/wss.htm
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Saint John Campus
Math Help Centre:
Individual and small group tutoring
available for various math and stats
courses. The Centre also offers review
sessions on remedial mathematics. Drop
by the Help Centre at Oland Hall G11 to
schedule an appointment. Sign-up sheets
are posted weekly. Phone (506) 648-5776
Writing Centre
One-on-one tutoring providing help with
any academic writing, including assistance
with planning, organization,
documentation, grammar and punctuation,
and academic conventions. To make an
appointment, call (506) 648 - 5501 or drop
by the Student Life and Support Services
Office, Oland Hall G18.
Museums and Collections
Fredericton Campus
Harriet Irving Library - houses a large
number of historical documents and
pictures, and several collections,
including: the Rufus Hathaway Collection
of Canadian Literature; the Beaverbrook
Collection of 15,000 volumes; and a
collection of first editions, manuscripts and
other items also donated by Lord
Beaverbrook that contains the papers of
Viscount Bennett. A unique collection of
tapestries by Dr. Ivan Crowell depicting the
historic buildings on campus is on display
in the main lobby.
Sir Howard Douglas Hall (Old Arts
Building) - the Kings College Exhibit in the
Great Hall, made possible by donations of
the Class of 1930, illustrates the history of
the building.
Department of Electrical Engineering
Museum - located in Head Hall, Room D36, contains many items, some dating
from circa 1900.
Department of Geology - a large display of
rocks, minerals and fossils.
Brydone Jack Observatory Museum houses a unique collection of nineteenthcentury astronomical instruments and
related photographs.
Provincial Archives of New Brunswick occupies the Bonar Law-Bennett Building
and contains the historical records of the
Provincial Government from 1784 together
with manuscript collections of individuals
and institutions. The Archives also houses
150,000 photographic negatives and
prints, 295,000 cartographic sheets, 1,800
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videotapes and films and 4,600 hours of
oral recordings of historical interest. The
Archives is open to the public from 10:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday, and
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday for
inquiries and use of the records.
Saint John Campus
New Brunswick Museum (Saint John) - the
oldest museum in Canada, was founded
by Abraham Gesner and contains
collections in natural science, art and
history. It also features touring exhibitions.
Parking
See Security and Traffic.
Part-Time Students
See Continuing Education and Programs
for Part-Time Students
Post Office
Fredericton Campus
The UNB Student Union-run Canada Post
Outlet is located at the Paper Trail in the
Student Union Building, Room SUB 105.
The Outlet provides a full range of postal
services including, but not limited to, meter
stamp sales, student loan processing and
money orders. Phone (506) 447-3079 for
operating hours or contact the UNB
Student Union at (506) 453-4955 for more
information. Campus Mail remains the
responsibility of the university.
Saint John Campus
Mailboxes exist in various locations on
campus. Stamps are available at the
Bookstore.
Research Centres and
Institutes
With research being conducted on both
the Fredericton and Saint John campuses,
the University is the largest research
institution in New Brunswick. Most faculty
members are active in research, often in
cooperation with graduate students. A
number of interdisciplinary research
programs exist in which faculty members
and students from various Departments
collaborate to investigate problems of
mutual interest. Active interdisciplinary
research units include the Institute for
Biomedical Engineering, the Centre for
Conflict Studies, the Muriel McQueen
Fergusson Centre for Family Violence
Research, the Centre for Nuclear Energy
Research, the Canadian Research
Institute for Social Policy, the Centre for
Property Studies, the Canadian Rivers
Institute, the Centre for Coastal Studies
and Aquaculture, the Limerick Pulp and
Paper Centre, and the Electronic Text
Centre, to name a few. The Office of
Research Services, the research
administration and development unit,
facilitates the undertaking of research
within the university on behalf of industry,
government, and other clients and
sponsors. It also promotes the application
of research results to industrial problems
and, where appropriate, the transfer of
technology through commercialization
arrangements.
Further information concerning research
activities at the University may be obtained
from the Office of the Vice-President
(Research).
Security and Traffic
Security services are provided for the
protection of university property, as well as
the security and safety of the university
community at both the Fredericton and
Saint John Campuses. Some of the
services provided by our department
include:
Campus Patrols Campus Inspections
Proactive Crime Prevention Strategies
Residence Security
In addition to the physical security of the
campuses, security is responsible for
parking and traffic control. Parking
regulations are in effect and students,
faculty and staff and visitors must register
their vehicles with the Security and Traffic
office and purchase a parking permit to
park on campus. The Security and Traffic
Department personnel will gladly address
questions relative to parking.
Parking violations will result in fines.
Violation tickets that are not paid within
seven days could result in having the
violating vehicle towed from campus
without notice and at the owners expense
and risk. Vehicles left contrary to the
parking regulations constitute or create a
traffic hazard and may also be towed away
at the owners expense and risk without
prior notification. Non-payment of parking
fines may result in withholding of grades
and transcripts or deductions from
financial awards to students.
For further information on parking
regulations, services provided, as well as
information on safety and security tips,
refer to the UNB website at http://
www.unb.ca/security.
ACCOMMODATION & SERVICES
Sexual Harassment Policy
Sexual harassment is unwanted attention
of a sexual nature, often with an underlying
element of threat or coercion. It can also
include sexist remarks or verbal abuse
directed towards a person or a gender.
There are four major dimensions of sexual
harassment:
1.
when acceptance or rejection of
sexual advances is a condition of
education or employment;
2.
when acceptance or rejection of
sexual advances affects grades,
performance evaluations, or any
academic or personnel decisions
that concern the student or
employee;
3.
when conduct of a sexual nature
interferes with work or creates an
intimidating, hostile, offensive or
humiliating environment;
4.
when sexual remarks and behaviour
of an individual or group of
individuals, which may not be
physically threatening, create an
environment that makes you
uncomfortable.
You can contact, on a confidential basis, a
Sexual Harassment Advisor, whose role is
to provide you with support and
information on the options available to you,
both informal and formal. Advisors' names
and telephone numbers are listed below.
The Policy and Procedure on Sexual
Harassment of the University of New
Brunswick provides several options for
action which include: The Direct Approach,
Intervention By An Advisor, Mediation, and
Formal Investigation.
The complete Policy can be accessed at :
www.unb.ca/hr/Policies/harassment.html
ADVISORS UNDER
SEXUAL HARASSMENT POLICY
Fredericton Campus
CAMPBELL, Gail : campbell@unb.ca
(History, Tilley Hall, Rm. 116)
phone: 458-7430 or 453-4621
CRAFT, Sandra: scraft@unb.ca
(Biology, Bailey Hall, Rm.(214)
phone: 452-6333 or 453-4583
HARALAMPIDES, Katy: katy@unb.ca
(Head Hall, Rm. B4)
phone: 453-5125
MAHER, Robert: maherr@unb.ca
(Administration, Singer Hall, Rm. 346)
phone: 458-7654
In addition to the degree-credit courses, a
variety of cultural and related educational
activities (e.g. Maritime Writers Workshop,
Summer Music Camp, Summer Music
MERRITT-GRAY, Marilyn: mmerritt@unb.ca Festival) are provided.
(Nursing, MacLaggan Hall, Rm. 213)
Calendars for the Spring and Summer
458-7634 or 453-4642
sessions are available in the spring of
each year.
SPARKS, Maureen: sparks@unb.ca
For further information, contact the
(Kinesiology, LB Gym, Rm. C-120)
College of Extended Learning, UNB
447-3333 Ext.7040
Fredericton, P.O. Box 4400, Fredericton,
N.B. E3B 5A3, (506) 453-4646 (phone),
Saint John Campus
(506) 453-3572 (fax), extend@unb.ca
(email), http://extend.unb.ca/ (web site). In
Saint John, contact the Registrars Office,
DEVARENNE, Sarah: sdevaren@unbsj.ca
UNB Saint John, P.O. Box 5050, Tucker
(Oland Hall, Rm. 126)
Park, Saint John, N.B. E2L 4L5, (506)648phone: 648-5795
5670 (phone).
MUNRO, David (G. Forbes Elliot Athletics
Centre, Rm. 105)
Student Affairs and
648-5520/648-5532
Services
munro@unbsj.ca
WAYE, Daphne * : wayed@unbsj.ca
(Financial & Admin. Srvs.,
Oland Hall, Rm. 119)
phone: 648-5523
* = On leave until January 2005.
Spring and Summer
Sessions
Fredericton and Saint John Campuses
The University offers a variety of academic
sessions during the spring and summer
period: Intersession (Fredericton only)
during May and June, Spring Session
(Saint John only) from May through July,
and Summer Session (Fredericton) during
July and August. Courses are offered in a
variety of disciplines.
Spring and summer study allows current
undergraduate and graduate students to
progress in their programs as well as new
or visiting students to participate in UNB
offerings. Special professional
development opportunities exist for
teachers as well as travel/study options for
all interested students.
The University also offers three special
programs as part of its overall Summer
Session on the Fredericton campus: two
six-week immersion sessions, (May-June
and July-August), are available through
the English Language Programme for
those wishing to increase their facility in
English. Also, a six-week immersion
program is available for high school
students during July-August. Contact the
English Language Programme, College of
Extended Learning.
Fredericton Campus
Director of Student Affairs and Services
The Director of Student Affairs and
Services Office is located in the Alumni
Memorial Building, Room 8, phone (506)
453-4527, fax (506) 453-5005. The
Director is administratively responsible for
a comprehensive array of programs and
services for students including
Counselling, Financial Aid, Student Health
Centre, International Student Advisor,
Services for Students with Disabilities,
Student Development, Student
Employment and Campus Ministry.
Students who are uncertain of where to
begin to address a problem or concern
should contact the Director's office for
information or referral to the appropriate
offices or persons who will address the
student's concerns.
Student Advocate
The Office of the Student Advocate is
located in the Alumni Memorial Building,
Room 8B, phone (506) 453-4527, fax
(506) 453-5005. The Student Advocate
assists students in preparing academic
appeals directed to the Senate Student
Standings and Promotions Committee
(SS), represents students at SS meetings,
provides students with information and
support when they are charged under the
Student Disciplinary Code (SDC) and
assists the Director of Student Affairs and
Services as the students advocate at SDC
hearings. The Student Advocate also
receives complaints from students and
determines the appropriate venue for
dealing with them, assists students in
compassionate or medical absence from
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class documentation, and guides students
through course grade reviews and
individual piece of work grade reviews.
Student Development Coordinator
UNB Fredericton offers a variety of
orientation programs for all entering
students, first year and transfer students,
both part-time and full-time status. These
activities assist with a successful transition
into all aspects of university life. In concert
with the Faculties, this office coordinates
various other peer-based programs,
including peer mentors and peer tutors.
For further information contact the Student
Development Coordinator in the Alumni
Memorial Building, room 3A, phone (506)
453-4898, fax 453-5005.
Saint John Campus
Director of Student Life and Support
Services
The Director, together with the Student
Life and Support Services staff,
administers the Writing Centre,
Counselling, Financial Aid, Campus
Employment Office, Athletics, Residence
Life and student orientation activities. The
Director also acts as the campus
ombudsperson for students in dealing with
academic appeals and disciplinary
matters; assists in helping persons with
disabilities and international students who
need to adjust to university; manages the
student Peer Helper and Peer Mentor
programs; offers counselling on study and
university related problems; manages the
Student Success and Study Skills
programs; is chair of the Student Life and
Orientation Committee; and, finally, is
responsible for the general management
of the Student Services Resource Centre,
which includes career and job information,
study skills books and videos, scholarship,
loan and graduate study information, and a
host of related test application forms.
Phone: (506) 648-5680; Fax: (506) 6485816; mailto: kbonner@unbsj.ca
Student Centres
Fredericton Campus
Student Union Building
The Student Union Building (SUB),
completed in January 1969, is the result of
student-administration cooperation. The
cost was shared among the students of the
University of New Brunswick, Saint
Thomas University, and the former
Teachers College, with the University of
New Brunswick matching the student
contribution.
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The SUB houses the offices of several
student groups and organizations. Both
the Saint Thomas University and the
University of New Brunswick student
newspaper offices and the student
government offices are located in the
office wing as well as CHSR-FM, the
student radio station. In the main part of
the building there are several meeting
rooms, a lounge area, a large cafeteria,
the College Hill Social Club, The Cellar
Pub n' Grill, the Information Centre, the
PaperTrail, The Advocacy Centre, the
University Women's Centre, the ballroom
and the main administrative office for the
SUB. For the convenience of the students
there are also several retail outlets such as
a clothing store, hair styling salon, travel
office, two automated banking machines, a
sundry shop and a jewelry store.
The Student Union Building is advised by
a Board made up of UNB and STU
students and members of the Board of
Governors of UNB who strive to provide
the services and atmosphere which will
make student life enjoyable.
Saint John Campus
Thomas J. Condon Student Centre
Opened in 1986, the Thomas J. Condon
Student Centre houses the offices of
student government, the student-run
Campus Information Centre (information,
photocopying and fax services), the
student newspaper (The Baron, the
Baronian (yearbook), Campus Radio Saint
John (CFMH, 92.5 FM), lounges, meeting
rooms, offices of various student clubs and
societies, the office of the part-time
student organization, OPTAMUS, and food
services. A skywalk connects the Student
Centre to the G. Forbes Elliot Athletics
Centre. Overseen by the Student Centre
Advisory Committee, comprised of
students, faculty and administration, the
Centre consolidates most aspects of
student life. Three rooms the Dr. K.A.
Baird Dining Room, the E.A. Whitebone
Lounge and the Tanya Hume Room were
named in memory of ardent UNB Saint
John supporters.
Funding for the Student Centre was
provided by the Third Century Fund
(donations from faculty, staff and students)
and the provincial government. In 1987,
the building was named in honour of
Thomas J. Condon, Vice-President of the
Saint John Campus from 1977-1987, and
2001-2003.
Students with Disabilities,
Services For
The University of New Brunswick strives to
help students pursue their studies with as
much independence as possible. Students
will, with in reason, be provided with the
accommodations that they need to follow
their program of study.
Fredericton Campus
Physical Accessibility
UNB Fredericton which is located on the
side of a hill, has more than 50 buildings,
the oldest of which opened in 1829. Some
of the buildings have been modified to
include ramps and accessible washrooms
however older buildings have limited
accessibility. Information on building
accessibility can be obtained from the
Director of Student Affairs and Services
and /or the Coordinator of Services for
Students with Disabilities at (506) 4533515.
Academic Accommodations
The university makes an effort to provide
the accommodations needed by students
with disabilities to participate fully in thier
program of study. Please contact the
Coordinator of Services for Students with
Disabilities at (506) 453-3515 for more
detailed information.
Saint John Campus
Services for Students with Disabilities are
coordinated through Student Life and
Support Services. Students requiring
accommodations should contact Student
Life and Support Services in advance of
classes to discuss their needs.
Please contact Student Life and Support
Services, Oland Hall G18, 648-5962,
mailto: kccraft@unbsj.ca
SAINT JOHN ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
SAINT JOHN ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
The University of New Brunswick in Saint
John Campus offers the following fouryear degree programs:
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BACHELOR OF APPLIED
MANAGEMENT
• Bachelor of Applied Management
in Accounting
• Bachelor of Applied Management
in Electronic Commerce
• Bachelor of Applied Management
in Hospitality and Tourism
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BACHELOR OF ARTS
Majors: Biology, Economics,
English, French, History,
Information and Communication
Studies,
International Studies, Mathematics,
Philosophy,
Politics, Psychology, Sociology,
Sport and Exercise Psychology,
Statistics
Honours: Economics, English,
History, Politics, Psychology
Sociology
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BACHELOR OF NURSING
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BN Basic Program
BN/RN Program
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UNBSJ also offers the first two years
of programs leading to Majors and
Honours degrees in other Arts
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disciplines and to additional
discipline Majors and Honours
degrees in Science.
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The first two years of a degree
program in Engineering.
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Certificate programs are offered in:
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
COMPUTER SCIENCE
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Each of the following disciplines also
offers a Minor program which may
be taken in conjunction with the
degree programs listed above, with
approval of the appropriate
Departments:
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Majors : Computer Science,
Economics, Mathematics, and
Statistics
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Specializations: Biology with
Specialization in Zoology
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BACHELOR OF DATA
ANALYSIS
Nuclear Medicine
Radiation Therapy
Radiography
Respiratory Therapy
A five-year Bachelor of Education
Degree in Elementary Education is
offered concurrently with the
Bachelor of Arts Degree.
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Electronic Commerce, Human
Resource Management and
Marketing
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MINOR PROGRAMS
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION
BACHELOR OF HEATH
SCIENCES
A Bachelor of Nursing degree for the
post RN student is available.
Honours :
Software Engineering, and HighPerformance Scientific Computing
• Majors in: Economics, French,
Accounting, Electronic
Commerce, Human Resource
Management
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OTHER PROGRAMS
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Specializations :
Software Engineering, and HighPerformance Scientific Computing
• Cop-op Option
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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Majors :General Biology,
Environmental Biology,
Marine Biology, Psychology,
Biology-Psychology, Mathematics,
Statistics,
General Science
Cognitive Neuroscience
Communication & Professional
Writing
Criminal Justice
English
French
Gender Studies
History
Information and Communication
Studies
International Development
Studies
International Studies
Linguistics
Mathematics
Philosophy
Politics
Statistics
In addition, a Minor is offered in
Psychosocial Dimensions of Sport.
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Accounting
Business Administration
Communication &
Professional Writing
Computing
Data Analysis
Economics
Electronic Commerce
Financial Markets
French Levels I and II
Gender Studies
Human Resource
Management
Mathematics for Teachers
Mental Health Nursing.
A Diploma of Advanced
Undergraduate Studies is also
available.
Detailed information about these
academic programs follows under Degree
Programs.
ADMISSION, FEES,
FINANCIAL AID, SERVICES
Information pertaining to admissions
requirements and procedures, fees,
financial aid and University services and
facilities is located elsewhere in this
Calendar. Students should consult the
appropriate section of the Calendar as
indicated below.
Admission and University
Regulations.
Fees
Scholarships and Loans
Services and Facilities
See Section B.
See Section C.
See Section C.
See Section D.
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WRITING REQUIREMENT
Note: This requirement is currently under
suspension (Saint John Senate, October
2000)
The following writing requirements are
applicable to all degree programs UNB
Saint John:
1. Students in all full degree programs at
UNBSJ are required to pass, with a
minimum grade of C, 12 ch in courses
requiring a significant amount of
writing in English. These courses are
designated (W) in Section H.
2. That a minimum of three and
preferably six credit hours of courses
with a significant writing component
must be taken in the first half of the
degree program.
3. That a minimum of three and
preferably six credit hours of courses
with a significant writing component
must be taken in the student's own
field of study.
4. In each course designated as one with
a significant writing component,
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
The forms of writing that fulfill
this requirement will include
types of writing appropriate to
particular disciplines (i.e.
reports, case studies, etc. as
well as essays);
At least one substantial writing
assignment or several shorter
writing assignments will be
required per term;
Written work completed by a
group of student will not fulfill
this requirement;
Students will receive explicit
instruction in the steps involved
in the writing process (with
assistance from the writing lab
as desired);
Student will be encouraged (if
professors so desire) to submit
rough draft prior to the due date
for review either by faculty or by
Writing Lab instructors
BACHELOR OF APPLIED
MANAGEMENT
FACULTY OF BUSINESS
General
Office:
Mailing
Address:
Phone:
Fax:
Email:
Website:
Philip W. Oland Hall, Room
245
Faculty of Business,
University of New
Brunswick,
100 Tucker Park Road,
Saint John, N. B., Canada,
E2L 4L5
(506) 648-5570 or (506)
648-5806
(506) 648-5574
business@unbsj.ca
http://business.unbsj.ca/
Students are strongly advised to read the
General University Regulations, Section B
of this Calendar, and in particular the
subsection headed "Grading System and
Classification". The General University
Regulations will govern any point not
covered in the regulations that follow.
Questions concerning the application of
regulations should be directed to the
Registrar.
II. BAM Regulations for Students
in the Degree Program
A.
Bachelor of Business Administration
program section.
General Informaton
An articulation agreement is a formal,
systematic, written collaboration between
two institutions designed to identify block
transfer credits and to clarify requirements
to facilitate student transfers between the
two institutions. These agreements are
approved by the Maritime Provinces
Higher Education Commission and are
regularly updated to reflect any changes in
curriculum or requirements at the
institutions involved.
The Faculty of Business at UNBSJ offers
articulated programmes in accounting,
electronic commerce or hospitality and
tourism leading to The Bachelor of Applied
Management (BAM). Students first earn a
diploma from a participating community
college and then enter the third year of the
BAM at UNBSJ.
The BAM in Hospitality and Tourism also
offers a high school entry option whereby
students attend UNBSJ in their first year,
transfer to the New Brunswick Community
College in St. Andrews for their second
year and return to UNBSJ to complete the
final two years of the degree.
Grading and Classification
The regulations in respect to the
BAM degree are expressed in terms
of letter grades, credit hours and
grade point averages. These are
explained in Section B of the
Calendar. In order to take a BA or
HTM course that has a prerequisite,
students must earn a C or better in
the prerequisite course(s),
regardless of the program in which
the student is registered.
NOTE: For Faculty listing, please see
The programs are designed to offer
students the opportunity to experience two
very different types of learning
environments while they develop
proficiency in both the theoretical and
applied areas of their chosen fields.
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I. University Regulations on
Admission and Academic
Regulations
Note: A grade of C or better is
necessary in all required and
elective courses (including work
term reports, where applicable). A
grade of D or better is necessary for
all options.
B.
Credit Hours
The number of credit hours assigned
each course is stated in Section F of
this Calendar. (In most cases the
Faculty of Business assigns a 6 ch
weight to a two-term course and a 3
ch weight to a term course.)Due to
differences in the methods used by
the various Faculties in the
calculation of credit hours, students
who elect to register for courses
taught outside of the Faculty of
Business should note the following:
1.
For purposes of the BAM
degree, any course taught
outside of the Faculty of
Business, which has a course
number ending in and which is
taught over the full academic
year, will receive the number
of credit hours normally
assigned by the Faculty in
which the course is taught, up
to a maximum of 6.
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3.
C.
E.
2.
3.
F.
See Section B of this Calendar
for detailed regulations on
G.
standing and promotion
requirements.
A student who has been
registered in the BAM program
and who withdrew while on
probation or who was required
to withdraw from the program
will not be eligible to re-enter
H.
the program without the
approval of the Faculty of
Business.
To earn the BAM degree, a
student must successfully
complete at least 60 ch in
approved courses at UNB and
must achieve a minimum
grade of C in all courses
designated as required or
elective.
Transfer Students
The University regulations in respect
to students transferring to the BAM
degree program from another UNB
degree program and students
transferring to UNB from another
university or post-secondary
institution are stated in the General
Regulations of the University.
Course credits may only be
transferred from another university
when the grade is equivalent to at
least a C at UNB.
At least half the credit hours for the
BAM degree must be taken at UNB
and must normally include all the
required courses in the BAM degree
program. (Students may be
permitted to take some of these
courses elsewhere with the prior
permission of the Faculty of
Business and the Registrar.)
Changes in Degree
Requirements
Improvements in the BAM program
may lead to changes in the
requirements for the degree. The
University reserves the right to
require candidates already enrolled
to meet the revised requirements.
Grade Point Average
1.
D.
For purposes of the BAM
degree, any course taught
outside of the Faculty of
Business, which has a course
number ending in other than
and which is offered in one
term of the academic year, will
receive the number of credit
hours normally assigned by
the Faculty in which the
course is taught, up to a
maximum of 3.
Students may take up to 3
one-credit hour courses of an
academic nature during their
program.
Normal Course Loads
The normal course load for students
in the BAM program will be five
courses per term. Students with a
cumulative gpa of at least 2. 5 may,
with the written permission of the
Director of Undergraduate Studies
or the Dean of the Faculty of
Business, take a maximum of six
courses in a given term.
Repeating Courses
A student who fails to obtain a grade
of C or better in a required course
must retake the course as soon as it
becomes available during a session
in which the student is in
attendance.
Course Requirements
Students are responsible for
ensuring that they meet all the
requirements specified for the
degree. These include the minimum
credit hour requirements, minimum
grade point averages, minimum
grades in specified courses,
successful completion of all
specifically required courses, and
compliance with the restrictions on
elective and option courses.
Students are advised to consult
Section F of this Calendar for
detailed course descriptions,
including the number of credit hours
assigned to each course.
III. Degree Standing on Graduation
At graduation all successful candidates for
the degree of Bachelor of Applied
Management shall be listed in alphabetical
order within the appropriate degree
category as stated below:
a.
Distinction: A student who attains a
cumulative grade point average of at
least 3.8 and no grade less than C
(2.0) over the final 90 ch of course
work shall graduate with Distinction.
b.
First Division: A student who
attains a cumulative grade point
average of at least 3.5 shall
graduate in First Division.
c.
Second Division: A student who
attains a cumulative grade point
average of at least 2.5 but less than
3.5 shall graduate in Second
Division.
d.
Third Division: A student who
attains a cumulative grade point
average of less than 2.5 shall
graduate in Third Division.
IV. Bachelor of Applied
Management Curriculum and
Degree Requirements
It is the responsibility of students to
ascertain that their elective and option
courses are acceptable for BAM degree
credit. Credit will not be granted for FREN
1103 , CS 1703 , ECON 1004 , MATH
1863 or PSYC 1273 in the BAM program.
Students enrolled in a degree or certificate
program under the aegis of the Faculty of
Business are not to register in the
following courses or similar courses
without prior permission of the Faculty of
Business: PSYC 2901 , PSYC 3913 ,
STAT 1793 , STAT 3093 (The content of
these courses is similar to required or
optional BBA or BAM courses.).
Note: Students should contact the Faculty
of Business at the beginning of each
regular academic year for a revised list of
courses in this category. Courses listed
elsewhere in this Calendar, as service
courses by other Faculties or Departments
are normally not credits for the BAM
degree.
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APPLIED MANAGEMENTACCOUNTING
Admission Requirements
Students must have successfully
completed the two-year Business
Technology program with the Information
Systems Specialist Option at NBCC-Saint
John, or an equivalent program, with an
average of at least 70%. Additional
admission requirements will depend upon
the institution from which a student
graduated.
Curriculum and Degree Requirements
Students must have successfully
completed at least 60 ch of course work
and must obtain the minimum required
grades in all required, elective and option
courses specifically required for the
degree and in the prerequisites for those
courses.Candidates for the degree must
successfully complete the following credit
hours:
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a.
39 chs of required courses
b.
3 chs Accounting Elective chosen
from BA 4237 , BA 4238 or BA 4242
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3 chs Finance Elective chosen from
BA 4418 , BA 4437 , BA 4448 or other
courses as approved by the Faculty of
Business
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3 chs Elective courses chosen from
ICS 2001 , IS 1001 , IS 1002 , SOCI
2413 , ECON 2091 , 3 chs Psychology
or other courses as approved by the
Faculty of Business.
e.
3 chs Business Elective chosen from
BA 3123 , BA 3134 , BA 3557 , BA
4101 , BA 4193 or other business
course as approved by the Faculty of
Business.
f.
9 chs non-business options
Example of a Typical Student's
Program BAM Accounting Degree
Third Year
Fall Term
Winter Term
MATH 1853 , BA 2123 ,
BA 2672 , BA 4223 ,
3 chs electives or
non-business options
BA 1504 , BA 2606 , BA
3224 , BA 4207 , 3 chs of
electives or nonbusiness options
Fourth Year
BA 2858 , BA 4221 ,
BA 4229 , 6 chs of
electives or nonbusiness options
Winter Term BA 3304 , BA 3623 , 9
chs electives or nonbusiness options
BACHELOR OF
BACHELOR OF
APPLIED MANAGEMENT- APPLIED MANAGEMENTELECTRONIC COMMERCE HOSPITALITY & TOURISM
Admission Requirements
Admission
Students must have successfully
completed the two-year Business
Technology program with the Information
Systems Specialist Option at NBCC-Saint
John, or an equivalent program, with an
average of at least 70%. Additional
admission requirements will depend upon
the institution from which a student
graduated.
a. High School Entry ("3+1" Program)
Curriculum and Degree Requirements
Students must have successfully
completed at least 60 ch of course work
and must obtain the minimum required
grades in all required, elective and option
courses specifically required for the
degree and in the prerequisites for those
courses.Candidates for the degree must
successfully complete the following credit
hours:
a.
39 chs of required courses;
b.
6 chs of Electives chosen from BA
3126 , BA 3328 , BA 4108 , BA 4109 ,
BA 4126 , BA 4223 , CS 2773 or other
courses as approved by the Faculty of
Business;
c.
Fall Term
Co-operative Education Component
Students may choose the co-op mode.
Work terms follow years 2 and 3 for High
School entry students; a work term follows
year 3 (i.e. first year at UNBSJ) for College
entry students. These work terms provide
"hands on" multi-level practical
experiences.
6 chs of Electives chosen from BA
3557 , BA 4866 , an ICS course as
approved by the Faculty of Business
or other courses as approved by the
Faculty of Business;
d.
3 chs Elective chosen from ECON
2091 , SOCI 2413 or 3 chs Psyc or
other courses as approved by the
Faculty of Business;
e.
6 chs non-business options.
Example of a Typical Student's
Program BAM Electronic Commerce
Degree Third Year
Fall Term
Winter Term
Math 1853 , BA 2123 ,
BA 2217 , BA 2672 ,
3 chs elective or option.
BA 1504 , BA 2606 ,
BA 2663 , 6 chs elective
or option.
FOURTH YEAR
Fall Term
Winter Term
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BA 2858 , BA 3125 ,
BA 3305 , BA 3718 ,
3 chs electives or
options
BA 3304 , BA 4506 , 9
ch electives or options
Students must have an overall
average of 65% in English 122, Math
112/122, Math 120 and 3 electives. In
addition they must achieve a minimum
of 60% in English 122 and Math 120.
b. College Entry ("2+2" Program)
Students must have successfully
completed a two-year diploma
program in Hospitality and Tourism at
a recognized community college with
an average of at least 70%. Additional
admission requirements will depend
upon the institution from which a
student graduated. Students should
visit the BAMHT website
(www.business.unbsj.ca/bamht) or
contact the Faculty of Business for
details.
Co-operative Education Component
Students may choose the co-op mode.
Work terms follow years 2 and 3 for High
School entry students; a work term follows
year 3 (i.e. first year at UNBSJ) for College
entry students. These work terms provide
"hands on" multi-level practical
experiences.
Curriculum And Degree Requirements
A. High School Entry
Students must successfully complete
at least 90 chs of course work and
must obtain the minimum required
grades in all required and elective
courses specifically required for the
degree and in the prerequisites for
those courses.
College Entry 2+2
Students must successfully complete
at least 60 chs of course work and
must obtain the minimum required
grades in all required, elective and
option courses specifically required for
the degree and in the prerequisites for
those courses.
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B. Candidates for the degree must
successfully complete the following:
High School Entry ("3+1")
EXAMPLE OF A TYPICAL STUDENT'S
PROGRAM High School Entry - BAMHT
Degree (3+1")
EXAMPLE OF A TYPICAL STUDENT'S
PROGRAM College Entry- BAMHT
Degree (2 + 2"):
First Year: Fall Term
Third Year: Fall Term
• Math 1853 Math for Business I*
• BA 1504 Intro to Organizational
Behaviour
• ECON 1013 Intro to Economics - Micro
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• Humanities or Language Elective**
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Third Year: Winter Term
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b. 6 credit hours of Social Science
Electives;
c. 9 credit hours of Humanities and/
or Languages Electives;
d. 9 credit hours chosen from
approved HTM electives
(includes BA 4108 );
e. 24 credit hours of options of
which no more than 12 credit
hours may be at the introductory
level, and no more than 6 credit
hours may be chosen from HTM
or business courses); and
f. 30 credit hours of block transfer
credit in hospitality and tourism
from an approved community
college.
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Commerce
BA 2606 Business Decision Analysis II
9 ch electives or options**
Third Year: May-August
Second Year: Fall and Winter Term
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College Entry ("2+2)
• Students must satisfactorily complete a
year-long program at an approved
community college.
a.
Second Year: May-August
30 credit hours required courses;
Note: Students who do not have
the equivalent of ECON 1013
and ECON 1023 as part of their
diploma must take these courses
in addition to the required
courses for the BAMHT.
b.
9 credit hours chosen from
approved HTM electives
(includes BA 4108 );
c.
21 credit hours of options of
which no more than 12 credit
hours may be at the introductory
level and no more than 6 credit
hours may chosen from HTM or
business courses; and
d.
C.
HTM 1503 Introduction to Tourism
BA 1216 Accounting for Managers I
ECON 1023 Intro to Economics - Macro
Social Science Elective*
Humanities or Language Elective*
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HTM 2217 Management Accounting for
the Hospitality Industries
BA 2672 Introduction to Management
Information Systems
6 ch electives or options **
60 credit hours of block transfer
credit in hospitality and tourism
from an approved community
college.
Course Requirements`
Students are responsible for ensuring that
they meet all the requirements specified
for the degree. These include the minimum
credit hour requirements, minimum grade
point averages, minimum grades in
specified courses, successful completion
of all specifically required courses,
electives and options course and
compliance with the restrictions on elective
courses as in regulation IV above.
Students are advised to consult Section H
of this calendar for detailed course
descriptions, including the number of
credit hours assigned to each course.
• Optional co-op work term
Third Year: Fall Term
• BA 1605 Business Decision Analysis I
• HTM 2217 Management Accounting for
the Hospitality Industries
• BA 2672 Introduction to Management
Information Systems
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BA 3371 Marketing of Services
BA 3425 Managerial Finance
HTM 4101 Advanced Management,
Hospitality and Tourism Operations
HTM 4129 Tourism and Research
Methods
3 ch electives or options**
Fourth Year: Winter Term
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of Sustainable Tourism
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Third Year: Winter Term
• BA 2123 Introduction to Electronic
Commerce
• BA 2606 Business Decision Analysis II
• Electives or Options** 9 ch
Third Year: May-August
• Optional co-op work term
Fourth Year: Fall Term
• BA 3371 Marketing of Services
• BA 3425 Managerial Finance
• HTM 4101 Advanced Management,
Hospitality and Tourism Operations
• HTM 4129 Tourism and Research
Methods
• Electives or Option** 3 ch
* All students must include Math 1853
within their first 30 ch; 6 ch from the Social
Science disciplines of Anthropology,
Politics, Psychology or Sociology within
their first 60 ch, and 6 ch from the
Humanities and Languages disciplines of
Classics, English, French, German,
History, Humanities, Latin, Philosophy or
Spanish within their first 60 ch.
** Option courses may be selected from
the offerings of any faculty provided that
the selections are in accord with
regulations V above, and provided they
are approved by the Faculty of Business.
Fourth Year: Winter Term
• HTM 4161 - Planning and Development
of Sustainable Tourism
• 12 ch Electives or Options
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BACHELOR OF ARTS
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General
Office:
Mailing
Address:
Phone:
Fax:
Email:
Website:
Sir Douglas Hazen Hall,
Room 201
Faculty of Arts, University
of New Brunswick,
100 Tucker Park Road,
Saint John, N. B., Canada,
E2L 4L5
(506) 648-5560
(506) 648-5611
artssj@unbsj.ca
http://www.unbsj.ca/arts/
Dr. Robert MacKinnon
Department of History and Politics
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D.Phil. (Oxf), Asst Prof - 1999
Dartnell, Michael, BA (Winn), MA,
PhD (York Can.), Asst. Prof. - 2002
Desserud, Donald A., BA, MA (Dal),
MA (UNB), PhD (UWO), Prof & Chair 1989
Donnelly, Frederick, BA (Car) MA,
PhD (Sheff), Prof - 1979
Everitt, Joanna, BA (Car), MA, PhD
(Tor), Assoc Prof - 1997
Goud, Thomas, BA (Calg), MA, PhD
(Tor), Asst Prof - 1994
Ha, Songho, BA (Korea), MA, PhD
(SUNY), Asst Prof - 2003
Hyson, Stewart, BA (Acad), MA
(McG.), PhD (Car), Asst. Prof. - 2002
Jeffrey, Leslie, BA (Acad), MA (Car),
PhD (York), Assoc Prof - 1998
Lindsay, Debra, BA (Sask), MA, PhD
(Man), Assoc Prof- 1997
Marquis, Greg, BA (SFX), MA (UNB),
PhD (Qu), Asst Prof - 1999
Toner, Peter M., BA (St Thomas(NB)),
MA (UNB), PhD (NUI), Prof 1971
Whitney, Robert, BA, MA (Alta.), PhD
(Qu), Assoc Prof - 2000
Department of Humanities and
Languages
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(Queb), PhD (Sher), Prof - 1990
Bell, Sandra, BA, MA (McM), PhD
(Qu), Asst Prof - 2000
Creelman, David, BA (Acad), MA
(UNB), PhD (York), Assoc. Prof. 1998
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(Qu), Prof - 1989
Hamer, Kathryn, BA, MA, PhD (Tor),
Prof & Vice-President (Saint John) 2003
Hill, Virginia, MA (Bucharest), MA,
PhD (Geneva), Prof - 1990
Jones, Miriam, BA (Tor), MA, PhD
(York), Asst Prof - 1999
Kurak, Michael, BA, MA, BEd
(Windsor), PhD (Warw.), Asst Prof 2003
Littlejohn, Murray, BA, MA (Ott),
Lecturer - 2003
Long, Michael, BA (UNB), Instructor 2003
Maier, Sarah, BA, MA, PhD (Alta.),
Assoc Prof - 1998
Moore, Robert, BA, MA, PhD (McM),
Prof & Chair - 1990
Nkunzimana, Obed, Lic(Tanzania),
MA, PhD(Sher), Asst Prof - 2000
Noble, James E., BA (Bishops),
DipEd, MA, PhD (UWO), Prof - 1989
Serrano, Pedro, BA (El Salvador), MA
(ITCA), Instructor - 1999
Stewart Robertson, J. Charles, BA
(Tor), MA (UWO), PhD (Edin), Prof 1971
Department of Social Science
Department of Psychology
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Little Rock), PhD (Maine), Asst. Prof. 2002
Both, Lilly E., BA (Manit), MA, PhD
(Wat), Asst Prof - 1996
Bradley, Michael T., BSc (Vic.(BC)),
MA, PhD (Manit), Prof - 1980
Campbell, Mary Ann, BA (Hons) (Dal),
MA (Lakehead), PhD (Dal), Asst Prof 2004
Cullen, Murray, Adjunct Prof - 2003
DiTommaso, Enrico, BA (McG.), MA,
PhD (UNB), Assoc Prof - 1997
Gendreau, Paul, BA, MA (OH), PhD
(Qu), Univ. Research Prof - 1990
Goddard, Murray J., BA (Calg), PhD
(McM), Univ. Teaching Prof - 1987
Grant, Brian, Adjunct Prof - 2003
Taukulis, Harald, BA (N Ill), MSc, PhD
(Nfld), Prof 1986
Wilson, Alexander, BA (Mt.All.), MA,
PhD (Manit), Prof and Chair- 1981
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(Victoria), PhD (S.Fraser), Assoc Prof
& Chair 1988
Chalmers, D. Lee V., BA, MA
(Regina), PhD (Essex), Assoc Prof 1995
Childs, Jason, BA (Mt.All.), MA, PhD
(McM), Asst Prof - 2002
Doran, Christopher, J., BA (U of
York), MA, PhD (Calg), Prof 1989
Downes, Daniel, BA (Ott.), MA (Car.),
PhD (McG.), Asst Prof - 2001
Duchesne, Ricardo, BA, MA (C'dia),
PhD (York), Assoc Prof - 1995
Ezeala-Harrison, Fidel, Adjunct Prof. 2002
Galbo, Joseph, BA (CUNY), MA, PhD
(York), Assoc Prof - 1997
Hill, Roderick, BA (Tor), Diploma
(Stockholm), MA, PhD (UWO), Prof
1990
Ionescu, Mihaela, BA, PhD
(Bucharest), Asst Prof - 2003
Kabir, Muhammed, BA, MA (Dacca),
MA, PhD (McM), Prof and Associate
Vice-President (Saint John) 1983
MacKinnon, Robert, BFA (Mt.All.), MA
(Nfld.), PhD (UBC), Prof and Dean of
Arts - 2001
Madeley, June, BA (Regina), MA
(Dal.), Lecturer - 2003
Moir, Robert, BA (McM), MA (Qu),
PhD (McM), Assoc. Prof - 1996
Reddick, Andrew, Adjunct Prof - 2003
Ridler, Neil B., BA (Oxf.), MA, PhD
(S.Fraser), Prof 1973
Rochon, Louis-Philippe, BA (Ott.), MA
(McG.), PhD (New School), Asst Prof
- 2004
Scott, Neil, BA (Mt.All.), BEd (Dal.),
MEd (UNB), PhD (Alberta), Assoc
Prof and Education Coordinator 1993
Seidel, Jackie, BEd (Calg), MA
(UBC), Lecturer - 2003
Selim, Mohammed, BSC, MSc
(Jahang.), PhD (Dal.), Asst Prof 2003
Smith, David R., BA, MA, PhD (Tor.),
Asst Prof - 2003
Turvey, Rosario, BA (Centro Escolar),
MURP (Philippines), MAES, PhD
(Wat), Asst Prof - 2003
Worrell, Gary L., BPE (UNB), MSc
(Penn State), PhD (Florida State),
Assoc Prof 1977
Xu, Xiaoping, Adjunct Prof - 2001
SAINT JOHN ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
GENERAL INFORMATION
expect to complete successfully the
first 60 ch of courses, they must
choose one or two academic
disciplines or fields of study in which
they wish to specialize. If the students
choose to specialize in one academic
discipline or field of study they are
said to be taking a single major; if they
choose to specialize in two academic
disciplines or fields of study they are
said to be taking a double major.
Students of high ability may choose to
honour rather than major, in one or
two disciplines. The honours
programs involve more intensive
study and are typically taken by
students in preparation for
postgraduate work. When students
have decided on the academic
discipline(s) or field(s) of study in
which they wish to specialize, they
must apply to the appropriate
Department(s) for permission to enter
the majors program(s) concerned.
Students who fail to apply for
acceptance to a majors program
before they have successfully
completed 60 ch of courses may find
that they will be required to complete
successfully more than 120 ch of
courses in order to fulfill the majors
requirements and get a degree. A
student cannot get a BA degree
without fulfilling the requirements for
at least one majors program. Course
selections for students in majors
programs must be approved by the
appropriate Chair of Departments (or
their designates) as well as by the
Dean of the Faculty.
On the Saint John campus there are
fourteen programs leading to the degree of
Bachelor of Arts: Majors programs in
Biology, French, Information and
Communication Studies, International
Studies, Philosophy, Sport and Exercise
Psychology and Statistics, and Majors and
Honours programs in Economics, English,
History, Politics, Psychology and
Sociology.
BA Degree Regulations
INTENT. The BA Degree regulations are
intended to ensure that the student is
exposed to a good range of academic
disciplines in the first half of the degree
program, and to give the student a more
specialized and concentrated knowledge
of one or two academic disciplines in the
second half of the program.
Grading System and Classification
The grading system used is that adopted
by the University in 1974. The regulations
governing grades, grade points, grade
point averages and cumulative grade point
averages for the BA degree are the same
as the General University Regulations, for
full-time students, part-time students, and
for students enrolled before 1974. For their
own benefit all students should study
these regulations (see Section B of the
Calendar) carefully.
1
2
3
The BA degree will be granted on
successful completion of at least 120
hours of courses, except that certain
Honours programs may require
successful completion of up to 126 ch
of courses. A grade of D or above
indicates successful completion of a
course, except as stated elsewhere in
the Calendar. All programs of study
must have the approval of the Dean of
the Faculty.
Normally the student will successfully
complete 60 ch of lower-level courses
(i.e. courses whose number begins
with 1 or 2) before taking the 60 ch (or
more for certain Honours programs) of
upper-level courses (i.e. courses
whose numbers begin with 3 or 4)
which complete the degree program,
in accordance with the requirements
of either one or two majors programs.
Under special circumstances up to 12
ch of lower-level courses may be
substituted in the total of 60 ch of
upper-level courses. The written
permission of the appropriate chair(s)
is required for such a concession.
During the session in which students
4
Among the 60 ch of lower-level
courses, a student must successfully
complete at least 6 ch of courses from
each of any three of the four groups
listed below. Up to 18 ch of courses
may be taken in any one discipline,
but not more than 12 ch may be taken
in any other discipline.
Group 1:
Group 2:
Classics,
Communication and
Professional Writing,
English, History,
Humanities, Philosophy.
Courses in French,
German, or Spanish
Civilization also form
part of this group.
French, German, Greek,
Latin, Spanish.
(Language, not
Civilization, courses.)
Group 3:
Group 4:
5
Economics, Gender
Studies, Geography,
Information &
Communication Studies,
Linguistics, Politics,
Psychology, Sociology.
Biology, Chemistry,
Computer Science,
Geology, Mathematics,
Physics, Science,
Statistics.
With the exceptions noted below only
credit hours successfully completed in
disciplines listed above will count
towards the BA degree.
a. up to 12 ch of some Education
and, for the purposes of this degree
only, up to 27 ch of Kinesiology
courses can be counted towards a BA
degree, subject to the agreement of
the appropriate departments.
b. all credit hours successfully
completed in Humanities courses
(designated HUM) and Social Science
courses (designated SOCS) and
Business Administration courses
(designated BA) count towards a BA
degree, provided that program
regulations are adhered to.
c, all core studies courses in
Education may be used for Arts
elective credits up to the maximum of
12 ch. Methods courses in Education
are not eligible for Arts elective
credits. Non-core studies courses
which are similar to Arts courses may
be considered for Arts elective credit
on an individual basis by the Dean of
Arts.
6
A student may not take more than 6
courses at any one time without the
written permission of the Dean.
7
For the purposes of the BA degree, a
course offered at UNB with a number
ending in shall have the credit-hour
rating assigned to it by the Faculty
offering the course, up to a maximum
of 6 ch.
8
For the purposes of the BA degree, a
course offered at UNB with a number
ending 1 to 9 shall have the credithour rating assigned to it by the
Faculty offering the course, up to a
maximum of 3 ch.
9
Exceptions to these credit hour
designations in the BA program may
be made only by the Dean of the
Faculty and the Registrar.
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10 Requirements for the 60 ch of upperlevel courses are listed in the
regulations of the appropriate majors
programs.
11 Candidates for the degrees of BA
(Major) are listed with divisions based
on the cumulative grade point
averages of all courses taken. See
Section B of this Calendar, -Listing of
Graduates-.
12 A student who attains a grade point
average equal to or greater than 3.75
over credit hours 61-120 and no
grades less than C over the last 90 ch
shall be awarded a Distinction upon
graduation.
BIOLOGY MAJOR
Students who wish to major in Biology will
have to plan their course selections
carefully in order to meet the various
prerequisite requirements. The Biology
Major in the BA programme will include
courses in whole organisms and ecology
but will exclude biochemistry, cell biology
and a few of the marine biology courses.
During the first year the student will take
either BIOL 1551 (a minimum grade of B is
required to continue in the major) or BIOL
1001 during Term 1. In Term 2, BIOL 1012
and BIOL 1017 are required. Students
must also complete a year of Chemistry
courses. Students must take either CHEM
1831 and CHEM 1842 (a minimum grade
of B is required in both courses) or CHEM
1041 / 1046 / 1072 / 1077 . Students taking
CHEM 1041 etc. must also take MATH
1003 .
During second year the students will take
BIOL 2125 , BIOL 2485 , BIOL 2585 , BIOL
2615 and STAT 2263 or equivalent. During
the third and fourth year the students will
complete at least eight upper level Biology
courses. Students must have the
appropriate 2000 level Biology course to
enrol in upper level courses. The course
descriptions list the necessary
prerequisites.
Except where noted above, a grade of C or
higher is required for all core courses.
Students must also complete the general
BA requirements. There is not a Minor in
Biology.
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COGNITIVE
NEUROSCIENCE
General Information
Cognitive neuroscience is a multidisciplinary study of the neurological
underpinnings of cognitive activity.
Cognitive neuroscience brings in
perspectives from psychology, linguistics,
philosophy, mathematics, and computer
science to tackle the complex area of the
neurological basis of cognition.
Eligibility
Admission to the minor in Cognitive
Science is open to students who have
completed 60 credit hours towards their
degree and have achieved a minimum
GPA of 2.0. The minor requires a minimum
of 24 credit hours. Courses cannot be
counted towards both a minor and a major.
A minimum grade of C is required in all
required courses.
Note: PSYC 1003 , 1004 is a prerequisite
for all Psychology courses.
Psychology courses (15 credit hours)
(Required)
PSYC 3383
PSYC 3693
PSYC 3723
PSYC 4733
One of:
PSYC 3724
PSYC 4833
PSYC 3503
Perception
Cognitive Processes
Human Neuropsychology
(Prerequisite: PSYC 3711
Physiological Psychology)
Cognitive Neuroscience
(Prerequisites: PSYC
3711 and either PSYC
3383 or PSYC 3693 )
Clinical Neuropsychology
Psychopharmacology
Learning
Linguistic Courses (6 credit hours)
(Required)
LING 2101
LING 2102
Intro to Linguistics 1
Intro to Linguistics 2
Philosophy, Mathematics (3 credit hours)
(Required)
One of:
PHIL 3140
MATH 3753
Philosophy of the Mind
Applications of
Mathematical Modelling
COMMUNICATION AND
PROFESSIONAL
WRITING
The Minor in Communication and
Professional Writing (27 ch) is an
interdisciplinary program designed to
complement a range of degrees.
The Certificate, intended for persons who
would like official recognition of their
competence in professional
communication, is available to any student
enrolled in the Minor upon successful
completion of a further 3 credit hours. The
Certificate is also open to persons not
enrolled in a degree program. Each
program (the Minor and the Certificate)
has a bilingual stream (French and
English) which would be accredited as
such.
Program of Study
The Minor consists of 27 ch and the
Certificate consists of 30 ch. A grade of
"C+" or better must be attained in all
required and elective courses in both
programs.
The following 12 ch are required in each
program (Minor and Certificate in English,
Bilingual Minor and Certificate): CPW1001
, CPW1002 , CPW2001 and CPW2002 .
For the Bilingual Stream (Minor and
Certificate), in addition to the above, the
following 9 ch are required FR3203 ,
FR3204 and FR4204 .
For the Minor in the Bilingual Stream an
additional 6 ch are required (for a total of
27 ch) which may be selected from the
following: CPW2003 , CPW3003 ,
CPW3004 , CPW4005 and CPW4006 or
list one.
For the Certificate in the Bilingual Stream
an additional 9 ch are required (for a total
of 30 ch) which may be selected from the
following: CPW2003 , CPW3003 ,
CPW3004 , CPW4005 , and CPW4006 or
list one.
For the Minor in English, a further 15 ch of
elective courses may be selected (for a
total of 27 ch) from the following:
CPW2003 , CPW3003 , CPW3004 ,
CPW4005 and CPW4006 or list one.
For the Certificate in English, a further 18
ch of elected courses may be selected (for
a total of 30 ch) from the following:
CPW2003 , CPW3003 , CPW3004 ,
CPW4005 and CPW4006 or list one.
SAINT JOHN ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
List One:Other possible electives:
(each course is 3 ch)
BA2001
FR3084
Verbal Communication
Le monde des affaires en
français/Conducting
Business French
FR3714
Aspects des cultures
acadienne et francoontarienne/Aspects
ofAcadian and Franco
Ontarian Culture
FR3724
Aspects de la culture
québécoise/Aspects of
Quebec Culture
HUM2120 Effective Writing
NURS3092 Nursing Research
PSYC2102 General Experimental
Psychology
CRIMINAL JUSTICE
MINOR
The Criminal Justice interdisciplinary
minor provides an academic opportunity
for systematic study in the fields of
criminology, penology and criminal justice.
Eligibility
Admission to the Criminal Justice Minor is
open to students who are majoring in
either Sociology or Psychology. Students
must select the Minor in consultation with
a Faculty Advisor and this should normally
be done at the same time as they declare
a Major.
Program of Study
The Minor program in Criminal Justice
shall consist of at least 24 ch of instruction.
The three courses listed below are
mandatory. A minimum grade of C+ is
necessary in the mandatory courses to
qualify for the Minor. Prerequisites are
noted in brackets.
Mandatory Courses
PSYC 3263 Psychology of Criminal
(3 ch)
Behaviour
( PSYC 1003 )
PSYC 4233 Programme Evaluation
(3 ch)
(PSYC 1003 , 1004 , 2102 ,
2901 ). Sociology students
may substitute Sociology
3100 for PSYC 2901.
SOCI 2611 Language, Crime and
(3 ch)
Human Agency
( SOCI 1001 ).
SOCI 2614
(3 ch)
Culture , Criminal Justice
and Social Structure
(SOCI 1001 , SOCI 2611 )
Students must choose the remaining 12 ch
from the following courses, some of which
may have prerequisites.
BA 3557
(3 ch)
ECON 1004
(3 ch)
ECON 1013
(3 ch)
ENGL 3714
(3 ch)
HIST 3195
(3 ch)
HIST 3377
(3 ch)
HIST 3381
(3 ch)
HIST 3383
(3 ch)
HIST 3386
(3 ch)
PHIL 2124
(3 ch)
POLS 1201
(3 ch)
POLS 4311
(3 ch)
PSYC 3313
(3 ch)
PSYC 3493
(3 ch)
PSYC 3553
(3 ch)
PSYC 3752
(3 ch)
SOCI 2603
(3 ch)
SOCI 3611
(3 ch)
SOCI 3901
(3 ch)
SOCI 4603
(3 ch)
SOCI 4613
(3 ch)
The Management of
Planned Change
Economics & Society,
OR
Intro. Economics :
Microeconomics
Special Topics II: Tales
from the Scaffold
Britain in the Age of
Revolution 1760-1832
Social History of Crime in
Canada
Family and the State in
North America
Police and Society in
North America
Canadian Criminal Justice
System
Contemporary Moral
Problems
Introduction to Canadian
Politics
Special Topics in
Comparative Politics
Introduction to
Psychological Testing
Changing Behaviour
Psychopathology
Drugs and Behaviour
Sociology of Deviance
Socio-Legal Studies
Sociology of Policing
Special Topics in
Criminological Theory
Special Topics in SocioLegal Studies
Note: These courses cannot be double
counted. That is, any course taken to fulfill
the requirements of the Criminal Justice
minor cannot be counted towards any
other program.
ECONOMICS
Honours, Major and Minor
Honours
A student wishing to honour in Economics
must obtain a minimum of 60 ch in
Economics (or approved substitutes). To
remain in the honours program a grade
point average of 3.0 in economics courses
and approved substitutes must be
maintained.
The program requires the following
compulsory courses: ECON 1013 , 1023 ,
2013 , 2023 , 3013 , 3023 , 3665 , 4035 ,
4045 , BA 1605 , 2606 ; and ECON 4645 is
recommended but not required. Students
are also required to pass MATH 1003 and
MATH 1013 .
For the award of a first class Honours
degree, a grade point average of 3.6 is
required in all the courses required for the
degree, excluding those which the
Department considers introductory in
scope. For a second class Honours
degree an average of 3.0 is required in
these courses.
Major
A student wishing to major in Economics
will complete a minimum of 48 ch in
Economics or approved substitutes.
(Students usually choose a major in the
second or third year.)
ECON 1013 , 1023 , 2013 , 2023 , 3013 ,
3023 , BA 2603 , (or equivalent). Total 21
ch.
The mathematics requirement for this
major will consist of MATH 1823 with the
substitution of MATH 1003 , where
appropriate.
The remaining 27 ch will normally be taken
in the Economics discipline but up to 9 ch
may be substituted for non-compulsory
Economics courses, with the approval of
the Economics discipline.
Students who desire to undertake a double
major must complete 21 ch in the
compulsory courses, as listed above and
21 ch of Economics electives, with the
allowance of a 9 ch substitution if
approved by the Economics discipline, for
a total of 42 ch.
Minor
A minor in economics will consist of at
least 24 ch of courses in Economics. The
following courses are compulsory: ECON
1013 , 1023 , 2013, 2023 and 6 ch of upper
level Economics courses.
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Certificate in Economics
This certificate is a stand-alone program
intended for visiting international students
and for members of the community
interested in economics. It will not be
awarded to a student enrolled in a degree
program, but students who have
withdrawn from an undergraduate degree
program may apply. A maximum of 50% of
required credits may be transferred from
another degree, certificate, or similar
program, whether taken at UNB or
elsewhere.
The Certificate requires completion of 24
credit hours including ECON 1013 , 1023 ,
2013 , 2023 , plus an additional four
courses at or above the 2000 level. To
earn a Certificate, a student must achieve
a grade of at least a C in all specifically
required courses, and achieve a
cumulative grade point average of at least
2.0. While no specific prerequisites are
required for admission to this Certificate
program, a background in high school
mathematics is strongly recommended.
EDUCATION
BA/BEd Concurrent Degree
Program (Early Years Option)
Certificate in Mathematics for
Teachers
The BA/BEd Concurrent Degree Program
(early years option) is designed for
students who prefer to combine their
studies in Arts and Elementary Education
rather than approach them separately in
the Consecutive Program. After a
minimum of five years, successful
students will be granted both BA and BEd
degrees. Graduates normally qualify for a
level 5 teaching certificate in elementary
education from the provincial Department
of Education.
The Certificate in Mathematics for
Teachers is open to all interested
students, however it is primarily intended
for current and future school teachers for
whom mathematics is a potential
teachable subject, or ones who simply
wish to expand their knowledge in the field
of mathematics.
Admission Procedures
Candidates for admission to the Certificate
must meet the Universitys requirements
for admission to any of the faculties, or the
requirements for admission as mature
students.
1.
Students apply for entry to the
Bachelor of Arts degree program
upon completion of their high school
program.
2.
Students should apply to the
Education Faculty for admission to
the Concurrent Program before
January 31 of their first year in the
BA program. Upon successful
completion of 30 ch and meeting
other admission criteria, they may
be admitted to the Concurrent
Program.
Certificate in Financial Markets
The Certificate requires completion of 24
credit hours including BA 1216 , ECON
1013 , 1023 , 2013 , 2023 , 3114 , plus two
additional courses in Business or
Economics which are in Accounting,
Finance, or International/Macro
Economics.
To earn a Certificate, a student must
achieve a grade of at least a C in all
specifically required courses, and achieve
a cumulative grade point average of at
least 2.0. While no specific prerequisites
are required for admission to this
Certificate program, a background in high
school mathematics is strongly
recommended
Concurrent Program Requirements
(168 ch)
The Certificate consists of 24 credit hours
( 8 courses) as outlined below. A grade of
C or better is required in each of the
courses.
Core Courses:
MATH 1003
MATH 1013
MATH 2213
MATH 2633
Introduction to Calculus I
Introduction to Calculus II
Linear Algebra
Fundamental Principles
of Elementary School
Mathematics
Number Theory
Fundamental Principles
of School Mathematics
1.
60 ch from the Faculty of Education.
2.
120 ch approved by the Faculty of
Arts of which 12 ch of specified
Education credits may be used as
Arts electives.
MATH 3093
MATH 3633
3.
A student cannot obtain a BEd
degree by itself in this program. If a
student decides to leave the
Concurrent Program, only those
Education courses eligible as Arts
electives may be transferred to the
BA program.
Additional Requirements: A minimum of
two Mathematics or Statistics courses
selected in consultation with the
Department of Mathematical Sciences.
Concurrent BEd courses offered at UNBSJ
over a 4-year cycle:
ED 3041 , 3621 , 3031 , 3361 , 4451 / 4791
, 4354 , 3021 , 4211 , 3241 , 3415 / 3416 ,
3051 , 5314 , 3511 , 3475 , 3424 , 4164 ,
5000 .
Please note: Only the early years option of
the Concurrent BEd is offered to full-time
students on the Saint John Campus of
UNB. It is also possible, however, for parttime students in the early years option of
the Consecutive BEd Program to complete
their requirements over a four-year period.
For more details of other options, refer to
Section G of this Calendar.
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This Certificate can be taken as a standalone program or in conjunction with a
degree program, with the approval of the
appropriate faculty.
SAINT JOHN ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
ENGLISH
c.
Renaissance Non-dramatic
( ENGL 3108 or 3109 )
upper level must include 3 ch from each of
the following five (5) areas:
HONOURS
d.
Restoration and Eighteenth Century
( ENGL 3203 , 3204 , or 3205 )
a.
e.
Romantic ( ENGL 3301 , 3302 ,
3303 or 3304 )
Medieval/Renaissance Nondramatic/18th Century ( ENGL 3001
, 3003 , 3004 , 3007 , 3008 , 3108 ,
3109 , 3201 , 3203 , 3204 , 3205 .)
f.
Victorian ( ENGL 3303 , 3311 ,
3312 , ENGL 3313 or 3314 )
b.
Renaissance Dramatic
( ENGL 3105 , 3106 or 3107 )
g.
Modern British ( ENGL 3401 , 3402 ,
3403 , 3404 or 3405 )
c.
h.
Canadian ( ENGL 3501 , 3502 ,
3503 , 3504 , 3505 , 3506 , 3508 or
3509 )
Romantic/Victorian Literature
( ENGL 3301 , 3302 , 3303 , 3304 ,
3311 , 3312 , 3313 or 3314 )
d.
i.
American ( ENGL 3511 , 3512 ,
3513 , 3514 or 3515 )
Modern British/Canadian/American
( ENGL 3401 , 3402 , 3403 , 3404 ,
3405 , 3501 , 3502 , 3503 , 3504 ,
3505 , 3506 , 3508 , 3509 , 3511 ,
3512 , 3513 , 3514 or 3515 )
j.
Literary Theory ( ENGL 3601 )
e.
Literary Theory ( ENGL 3601 )
Students interested in pursuing an
honours degree in English should consult
with any member of the English discipline
prior to submitting a formal letter of
application to the discipline for admission
to the Honours Coordinator. Prospective
students may obtain further information
and advice by consulting the Honours
Coordinator.
Although students are encouraged to
declare their intention to pursue an
honours degree while in their second year,
they are not eligible to apply until they
have completed 60 ch, including 12 ch at
the lower level (6 ch which must be 1200
and 1500 (or equivalent). Because of the
seminar requirements (see below), only in
exceptional circumstances will students be
admitted in their fourth year, or after 90 ch.
To enter the Honours Programme,
students must have achieved an average
of B+ (3.3) in English courses. An average
of B+ (3.3) in English courses and C+ (2.3)
in non-English courses must be
maintained if the student is to retain
Honours standing.
Requirements
Students admitted to the Honours
Programme are required to complete 60
ch in English including 12 ch of English at
the lower level, and 48 ch of English at the
upper level with 3 chs from each of the
coverage areas. As part of the 48 ch,
students have the option to complete
English 4801 : Honours Reading and
Research (3 ch) and English 4802 : Thesis
(3 ch).
The Honours Programme requires the
successful completion of at least two of the
upper-level courses designated as an
honours seminar. In each academic year,
at least two of the upper-level courses in
the Discipline of English will be designated
as honours seminars. Although these
courses will be open to all students ,
honours students will be expected to
complete assignments additional to the
regular course load.
Students will design their Honours
Programme in consultation with any
member of the English discipline. A
minimum of 3 ch is required in each of the
following areas:
a.
Medieval ( ENGL 3002 , 3003 ,
3004 , 3007 , and 3008 )
b.
Renaissance Dramatic
( ENGL 3105 , 3106 or, 3107 )
Electives may be chosen from each of
these areas and from the area of Special
Studies ( ENGL 3602 , 3621 , 3622 , 3631 ,
3702 , 3706 , 3707 , 3709 , 3711 , 3712 ,
3713 , 3714 , 3721 , 3722 , 3751 , 3721 ,
3801 , 3802 , 3803 , 3808 , 3901 , 3903 ).
Up to 6 ch of approved upper level courses
(See Honours Coordinator) in literature
other than English may be substituted for
up to 6 ch of English.
For first-class honours, a minimum grade
point average of 3.6 is required in English
courses. For second-class honours, a
minimum grade point average of 3.0 is
required in these courses. Averages are
calculated on the basis of the minimum
number of credit hours required in the
programme; credit hours successfully
completed above this minimum are treated
as "non-required" courses.
Courses
ENGL 4801 : Honours Essay: Reading
and Research (3 ch): This course is
devoted to the research portion of the
honours project.
ENGL 4802 : Honours Essay (3ch) Upon
successful completion of ENGL 4801 , and
honours essay will be written and
presented.
Joint Honours Programme - English
and History
Students interested in pursuing a joint
Honours Programme in English and
History must apply in writing to either the
Honours Coordinator of English or the
Coordinator of History.
To satisfy the English requirements for the
joint honours degree, students must
complete 12 ch of lower level English
courses and 30 ch of upper level courses
in English. The 30 ch of courses at the
As part of the 30 ch in either English or
History, students must complete HENG
4000 , a 6 ch thesis course. Once the
student has decided whether the primary
emphasis will be on English or History, the
supervisors will be assigned from the two
disciplines. Credit for thesis will be
assigned to the discipline receiving the
primary emphasis.
To satisfy the History requirements for the
joint honours degree, students must
complete 6 ch of lower level History and 30
ch of upper level History courses, of which
6 ch will be an Honours Seminar.
MAJOR
Although students are encouraged to
signify their intention to pursue a Major in
English while in their second year, they are
not eligible to declare a major until they
have completed 60 ch. Students will
design their programme in consultation
with any member of the English discipline,
or with the Honours/Majors Co-ordinator.
A single Major in English will consist of at
least 42 ch in English, of which at least 30
ch must be in upper level courses.
Students electing to Major in English will
be expected to complete a minimum of 12
ch of English at a lower level (6 ch which
must be 1200 or 1500 or equivalent). At
the upper level, a minimum of 3 ch is
required in each of the following areas:
a.
Medieval, Renaissance
Nondramatic, Restoration &
Eighteenth Century ( ENGL 3002 ,
3003 , 3004 , 3007 , 3108 , 3109 ,
3201 , 3203 , 3204 , 3205 )
b.
Renaissance Dramatic
( ENGL 3105 , 3106 , or 3107 )
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c.
Romantic/Victorian Literature
( ENGL 3301 , 3302 , 3303 , 3304 ,
3311 , 3312 3313 , or 3314 )
d.
Modern British/Canadian/American
e.
( ENGL 3401 , 3402 , 3403 , 3404 ,
3405 , 3501 , 3502 , 3503 , 3504 ,
3505 , 3506 , 3508 , 3509 3511 ,
3512 , 3513 , 3514 . 3515 )
Electives may be chosen from these areas
and from the area of Sepcial Studies (
ENGL 3601 , 3602 , 3621 , 3622 , 3631 ,
3702 , 3706 , 3709 , 3711 , 3712 , 3713 ,
3714 , 3721 3722 , 3751 , 3801 , 3802 ,
3803 , 3808 , 3901 , 3903 ). Up to 6 ch of
approved upper level courses (See
Honours Coordinator) in literature other
than English may be substituted for up to 6
ch of English.
An English course will count towards the
fulfilment of the Major requirements only
when it is passed with a grade of C or
above.
A Double Major including English will
consist of a minimum of 30 ch in English,
with 6 ch of 1200 or 1500 , or equivalent,
and with at least 21 ch in upper-level
courses which includes at least 3 ch to be
taken in each of categories (a),(b),(c) and
(d) above.
Optional Programme:
English (Drama)
Students wishing to concentrate in drama
may elect the Majors option in English
(Drama). This programme will consist of at
least 48 ch in English, of which at least 30
ch must be in upper level courses.
Students electing the drama option will be
required to complete 6 ch from ENGL 2201
, ENGL 2202 , and ENGL 3801 . At the
upper level, in addition to Shakespeare,
they will be required to complete 6 ch of
upper level devoted to the study of
dramatic literature. Among their upper
level courses, students must complete at
least 3 ch from each of categories (a), (b),
(c), or (d).
MINOR
The Minor in English will consist of a
minimum of 9 ch ( 6 ch of which must be
1200 or 1500 , or equivalent) and a
maximum of 12 ch in English at the lower
level and a minimum of 12 ch at the upper
level for a total of 24 ch. A grade of C or
better is required in all courses.
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FRENCH
MAJOR AND MINOR
MAJOR
A student who wishes to major in French
Communication and Culture will normally
have completed 12 ch in French (FR1203 ,
1204 and FR 2203 , 2204 ) and have
received a grade of C or above. A student
who has successfully completed a school
French Immersion program may begin a
major in French Communication and
Culture following completion of FR 1304
and FR 2304 with a grade of C or above.
A Single Major in French Communication
and Culture will consist of at least 30 ch of
upper level courses. A Double Major
including French Communication and
Culture will consist of at least 24 ch of
upper level courses.
A French Communication and Culture
course will count towards the fulfilment of
the Major requirement only when it is
passed with a grade of C or above.
Students will normally apply for admission
to the Major Program while completing FR
2204 or FR 2304 . Prospective major
students should consult a faculty advisor in
French when selecting French Communication and Culture courses. Students
may elect to take French courses at other
campuses (e.g., in summer school). These
credits may be counted for credit in the
major program here if prior authorization
has been obtained from the Department
and the Registrar. This can be done by
completing a form available from the
Registrar's Office. The student is
responsible for providing a detailed
description of the course and any other
information the Department may require in
order to assess it. Only in special cases
will students currently enrolled in the
program be given retroactive approval for
courses taken at other institutions.
3614 , 3615 , 3616 , 3704 , 3714 , 3724 ,
3734 , 3744 , 3814 , 3824 , 3844 ).
A Double Major including French
Communication and Culture would
normally comprise FR 3203 , 3204 , 4204
and one of 3704 , 3714 3724 , and 12 ch
chosen among upper level courses, 6 from
Group A and 6 from Group B.
There is also a French Major as part of the
Business Administration program. See
relevant section under Business
Administration.
MINOR
Students completing a French Minor are
required to complete 12 ch of upper level
French courses. FR 3203 and FR 3204 will
be required. A minimum grade of C or
above is required. The Minor must be
declared at the same time as the Major.
There is also a French Minor as part of the
Business Administration program. See
relevantsection under Business
Administration.
BBA WITH A MAJOR/MINOR IN
FRENCH COMMUNICATION AND
CULTURE
BBA With a Major in French
Communication and Culture
In addition to complying with the existing
curriculum requirements and regulations
governing the award of a BBA degree,
BBA students wishing to Major in French
Communication and Culture must also
comply with the following regulations and
requirements of the Faculty of Business
and the French discipline:
a.
Students electing to major in French
Communication and Culture should
declare the major by the beginning of
their third year. All courses taken to
comply with the major requirement
must be approved by the Department
of Humanities and Languages and by
the Faculty of Business.
b.
(i) A BBA student who wishes to
major in French Communication
and Culture will normally have
completed 12 ch in French ( FR
1203 , 1204 and FR 2203 , 2204 )
and have received a grade of C or
above. A student who has
successfully completed a school
French Immersion program may
In exceptional circumstances, one or more
required courses may be replaced by other
upper-level French courses.
A Single Major would normally comprise
FR 3203 , 3204 , 4204 and one of 3704 ,
3714 , 3724 and 18 ch chosen among
upper level courses. Students who have
completed FR 1304 and FR 2304 and are
admitted into FR 3203 will do 24 ch
chosen among upper level courses. Six (6)
ch must be chosen from GROUP A:
( FR 3084 , 3324 , 3412 , 3422 , 3432 ,
3434 , 3442 , 3464 , 4324 ); and at least
6 ch from GROUP B :(FR 3514 , 3524 ,
SAINT JOHN ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
begin a major in French
Communication and Culture
following completion of FR 1304
and FR 2304 with a grade of C or
above. Students receiving a grade
between C and B in FR 2304
would normally proceed to FR
2203 and FR 2204. A BBA with a
major including French
Communication and Culture will
consist of at least 24 ch of upper
level French courses.
(ii) All students must earn a minimum
grade of C in FR 3203 , FR 3204 ,
and FR 4204 ; and one of FR
3704. FR 3714 , or FR 3724 and
12 ch of approved French
Communication and Culture upper
level electives, 6 from Group A
and 6 from Group B.
Humanities and Languages on the Saint
John campus. The program consists
normally of FR 1203/1204 , 2203/2204 ,
3203 and 3204 , 4204 and one of 3704 ,
3714 , 3724 , in all of which the student is
to attain a mark of C or higher, and the
Certificate is awarded on the basis of a
comprehensive examination upon
termination of FR 4204 .
Full-time students who are not majoring or
honouring in French may take these
courses as part of their undergraduate
program. Persons not working towards a
degree may enrol for the courses as parttime students.
Students may apply to enter the Certificate
program at any time before their
completion of FR 4204 . They are
encouraged to apply for entry as soon as
they register in a course in the program.
BBA With a Major in French (Honours) The Certificate of Proficiency in French will
be awarded by the University through the
Communication and Culture
In addition to the above requirements for
the major, students must obtain a GPA of
3.3 on compulsory and elective courses
required for the major.
BBA With a Minor in French
Communication and Culture
Registrar's Office. The student's transcript
will bear a separate entry showing that the
Certificate has been awarded and
recording the grades obtained in the four
areas of language competence (speaking,
listening comprehension, reading
comprehension, and writing).
These grades are: A (very good); B (good),
and C (satisfactory), and they may be
interpreted as follows:
Students completing a French Minor are
required to complete at least 12 ch of
upper level courses in French
Communication and Culture, with a
maximum of 12 ch at the lower level ( FR
1203 , 1204 and FR 2203 , 2204 ). FR
3203 and 3204 will be required; the
remaining 6 ch will be chosen from
advanced courses. A minimum grade of C,
in lower level courses, and C, in upper
level courses, are required. The Minor
must be declared at the same time as the
Major.
A.
Students who have completed FR 1304
and FR 2304 and are admitted into FR
3203 will also do 12 ch in upper level
courses.
B.
can read, with the aid of a dictionary,
standard texts written without stylistic
difficulties on subjects within their
interest
Writing:
A.
B.
C.
can write papers, essays, etc., which
are acceptable in form and format
can write résumés, letters, short
compositions, which are structurally
acceptable but which would need
some revision
can write sentences and short
paragraphs which are grammatically
acceptable
Diplôme de Bilinguisme
(Certificate Level Two)
All students who have successfully
completed the Certificate of Proficiency in
French and students who have completed
FR 4204 (or equivalent) with a grade of C
or higher (or the equivalent) are eligible for
admission.
24 ch must be completed, from any of the
3000/4000 level French courses. Approval
of courses will be required. The
requirements for the diploma are: (a)
satisfactory completion of the program
with a grade of C or higher in each course,
and (b) the passing of a comprehensive
final examination.
Speaking:
A.
B.
participate with ease in conversation
can participate adequately in
conversation albeit with a certain
degree of hesitancy
C. can make themselves understood in
conversation
Listening Comprehension:
can understand lectures in a jobrelated context and radio and TV
news and programs which interest
them
can understand lectures on nontechnical subjects and group
conversations
can understand what is said to them in
individual conversation with one other
person
CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY
IN FRENCH
C.
Certificate of Proficiency in French
Communication and Culture
Reading Conversation:
Persons who would like to have official
recognition of their competence in the
French language may apply for admission
to the above-mentioned program, which is
administered for the University by the
Department of French on the Fredericton
campus and the Department of
C.
A.
B.
can understand the main ideas in
books, magazines and newspapers
without the aid of a dictionary
can read printed material of personal
interest with occasional help from a
dictionary
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SAINT JOHN ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
GENDER STUDIES
PROGRAMS IN GENDER STUDIES
Minor in Gender Studies
Admission to the Minor is open to students
majoring in any Arts discipline and could
be available to students in other faculties
as minors become available. Students
must select the Minor in consultation with
the Gender Studies Coordinator, and this
should normally be done at the same time
as they declare a Major. The Minor
requires 24 ch, comprised of Gender
Studies 2001 and 21 ch selected from
GEND-eligible courses. (NOTE: The
required 24ch does not include the
prerequisites required for the GENDeligible courses.) A grade of C or better is
required in all courses counting towards
the Minor in Gender Studies.
Certificate in Gender Studies
Students meeting the Universitys entry
requirements or the requirements for
admission as a mature student may be
admitted to the Certificate in Gender
Studies programme in consultation with
the Gender Studies Coordinator. The
Certificate requires 30 ch, comprised of
Gender Studies 2001 and 27 ch selected
from GEND-eligible courses. (NOTE: The
required 30ch does not include the
prerequisites required for the GENDeligible courses.) A grade of C or better is
required in all courses counting towards
the Certificate in Gender Studies.
Elective Courses
For the GEND Minor: 21ch from the
following list of GEND-eligible courses with
at least 6ch in two of the three groups.
For the Certificate in Gender Studies: 27ch
from the following list of GEND-eligible
courses with at least 6ch in two of the
three groups.
GEND 4001 is available as a 3ch elective,
and its categorization into the 3 groupings
will vary depending upon the specialization
of the instructor (please consult with the
Gender Studies Coordinator).
Note: Unless otherwise indicated, students
will be admitted to the following courses
when (a) they have met the disciplinary
prerequisites for these courses, or (b) they
have completed GEND 2001 with a grade
of C or better and have obtained
permission from the instructor.
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HISTORY
GROUP 1:
ENGL3621
ENGL3622
ENGL3631
HIST3402
Writing by Women I
Writing by Women II
Studies in Gender and
Genre
Women in American
History (disciplinary
prerequisites apply)
GROUP 2:
POLS3225
POLS3325
POLS3625
POLS4311
SOCI3105
SOCI3543
SOCI4263
SOCI4555
Gender and Politics
Gender and Comparative
Politics
Global Gender Issues
Global Politics of
Prostitution
Qualitative Methods in the
Social Sciences
Sociology of Gender
Relations
Discourse and Text
(prerequisite: Sociology
3105)
Gender and Organization
GROUP 3:
HIST3945
NURS3053
PSYC3223
PSYC3263
SCI3155
SCI3255
SOCI3544
Women, Science and
Medicine (disciplinary
prerequisites apply)
Gendered Experiences in
Health Care
Sex Differences
(disciplinary prerequisites
apply)
Psychology of Women
(disciplinary prerequisites
apply)
Women and Science
Women, Development,
and the Environment
Gender and Technology
FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE
GENDER STUDIES MINOR: These
courses cannot be double counted for
those enrolled in Arts. That is, any course
taken to fulfil the requirements of the Minor
in Gender Studies cannot be counted
towards any other programme within Arts.
PLEASE NOTE: The list of GEND-eligible
courses is updated annually, and is
available from the GEND Coordinator.
Students seeking credit for courses not on
this list must have written approval from
the GEND Coordinator prior to enrolling in
the course. GEND students are
responsible for ensuring they have
completed the appropriate prerequisites
for their GEND-eligible electives.
HONOURS
Students in Honours History must meet
the requirements for the History Major and
complete an additional 12 ch as outlined
below:
•
HIST 4900 : Honours Thesis: This is a
required course for Honours students
who will complete a research project
leading to a thesis. Topics must be
approved by the Honours coordinator.
•
HIST 4906 Honours Seminar I
•
HIST 4907 Honours Seminar II
For the awarding of a first-class Honours
degree, a minimum grade point average of
3.6 is required in all History courses
needed to meet the minimum number of
credit hours for the program. For a secondclass Honours degree, a minimum grade
point average of 3.0 is required in these
courses. In both cases, a minimum
cumulative grade point average of 2.7 is
required.
JOINT HONOURS PROGRAM ENGLISH AND HISTORY
Students interested in pursuing a joint
honours program in English and History
must apply in writing to either the
Coordinator of English or the Coordinator
of History.
To satisfy the History requirements for the
joint honours degree, students must
complete 6 ch of lower level History and 30
ch of upper level History courses, of which
6 ch will be an Honours seminar.
To satisfy the English requirements for the
joint honours degree, students must
complete 12 ch of lower level English
courses and 30 ch of upper level courses
in English. The 30 ch of courses at the
upper level must include 3 ch from each of
the following five (5) areas:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Medieval/Renaissance Non-Dramatic/
18th century
Renaissance Dramatic
Romantic/Victorian
Twentieth-Century Literature/Special
Studies
Literary Theory
As part of the 30 ch in either English or
History, students must complete
HENG4000 , a 6 ch thesis course. Once
the students has decided whether the
primary emphasis will be on English or
History, supervisors will be assigned from
the two disciplines. Credit for the thesis will
be assigned to the discipline receiving the
primary emphasis.
SAINT JOHN ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
MAJOR
To be admitted to the Major in History
students must have completed 60 ch in the
Bachelor of Arts program. To enter the
History Majors program a student must
have a minimum GPA of 2.7 (B-) in 15 ch
of lower division history courses as
follows:
a.
b.
A minimum of 3 credit hours of 1000
level history courses, typically in the
first 30 ch of their program. NOTE:
These 1000 level courses are not
open to students who have already
taken higher level university history
courses without written permission
from the course instructor.
A minimum of 12 credit hours of 2000
level courses, typically in the second
30 ch of the program. NOTE: Classics
courses designated as Ancient
History count as History courses.
In the Majors History program students
must complete 30 ch of upper division
History courses including HIST 3333 and
obtain an average of 2.7 (B-) with no grade
lower than 2.3 (C+) in these courses. The
total credit hours in the History Major will
include a minimum of 15 ch lower division
History and 30 ch upper division History
courses for a total of 45 ch in History.
DOUBLE MAJOR
To obtain a Double Major in History
students must complete a minimum of 33
ch in History of which at least 24 ch will be
upper division courses. All History courses
credited towards the double Major in
History must have a minimum grade of 2.3
(C+) and those at the upper level must
have an average of 2.7 (B-).
MINOR
To obtain a Minor in History students must
complete 12 ch of lower division History
courses and 12 ch of upper division
History courses with a minimum grade of
2.3 (C+) in all History courses for a total of
24 ch.
INFORMATION AND
COMMUNICATION
STUDIES
*
General Information
The University of New Brunswick at Saint
John offers a Bachelor of Arts in
Information and Communication Studies
(ICS), a Double Major in ICS, and a Minor
in ICS. The ICS program seeks to provide
students with a comprehensive
understanding of the social, political,
economic and cultural impact of
information and communication
technologies and practices. As an
interdisciplinary Arts program based in the
tradition of the social sciences and
humanities, the ICS approach combines
theoretical, historical, empirical, and
practical study, with an emphasis on
emerging media of communication and
information gathering and distribution.
Course offerings are grouped into three
primary areas: Media Studies;
Technology, Information and Society; and
Public Opinion and Information Gathering.
These areas of concentration, combined
with the interdisciplinary organization of
the program, provide students with broad
exposure to a variety of perspectives in
information and communication studies.
*
*
*
AND
3 credit hours selected from the
following:
POLS 4411 Special Topics in
Political Theory; OR
POLS 4211 Special Topics in
Canadian Politics; OR
SOCI 4503 Research Seminar in
Popular Culture, OR
ICS 4001
Research Seminar in
ICS
AND
6 credit hours of 3000/4000 POLS
from the ICS-eligible list [See Note 1]
6 credit hours of 3000/4000 SOCI
from the ICS-eligible list
6 credit hours of 3000/4000 electives
from the ICS-eligible list [See Note 2]
Notes:
[1] The list of current ICS-eligible courses
is updated annually, and is available from
the ICS Coordinator. Students seeking
credit for courses not on this list must have
written approval from the ICS Coordinator
prior to enrolling in the course.
[2] ICS students are responsible for
ensuring they have completed appropriate
pre-requisites for their ICS-eligible
electives.
MAJOR
DOUBLE MAJOR
Students are eligible to declare an ICS
Major after having completed 60 credit
hours towards a Bachelor of Arts degree.
To graduate with a Major in ICS, students
must complete 51 credit hours (24 lower
level/27 upper level) comprised of the
following courses:
Students are eligible to declare an ICS
Double Major after having completed 60
credit hours towards a Bachelor of Arts
degree. To graduate with a Double Major
in ICS, students must complete 36 credit
hours (15 lower level/21 upper level)
comprised of the following courses:
Lower Level: Total 24 ch
Lower Level: Total 15 chs
* ICS 2001
*
*
*
*
SOCI 1001
SOCI 2251
SOCI 2253
CS 1703
* CS 1713
* POLS 1201
Introduction to
Information &
Communication Studies
Introduction to Sociology
Film and Society
From TV to the Internet
Introduction to
Computing Concepts
Multimedia and the
Information Highway
Introduction to Canadian
Politics
Upper Level: Total 27 chs
*
ICS 3001
*
ICS 3003
Theories of Information
and Communication
Electronic Research
*
*
*
*
*
ICS 2001
Introduction to
Information &
Communication Studies
SOCI 2251 Film and Society
SOCI 2253 From TV to the Internet
CS 1703
Introduction to
Computing Concepts
CS1713
Multimedia and the
Information Highway
Upper Level: Total 21 ch
*
ICS 3001
*
ICS 3003
AND
3 credit hours selected from the
following:
*
Theories of Information
and Communication
Electronic Research
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SAINT JOHN ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
POLS 4411 Special Topics in
Political Theory, or
POLS 4211 Special Topics in
Canadian Politics, or
SOCI 4503 Research Seminar in
Popular Culture, or
ICS 4001
Research Seminars in
ICS
AND
12 credit hours of 3000/4000
electives from the ICS-eligiblelist
[See Note 2]
*
NOTE: Upper division courses count for
credit in ONE major field only (e.g., POLS
4411 credit assigned to an ICS Double
Major will not be counted for credit towards
a Politics Major or Double Major, or viceversa).
Notes:
[1] The list of current ICS-eligible courses
is updated annually, and is available from
the ICS Coordinator. Students seeking
credit for courses not on this list must have
written approval from the ICS Coordinator
prior to enrolling in the course.
[2] ICS students are responsible for
ensuring they have completed appropriate
pre-requisites for their ICS-eligible
electives.
MINOR
Students are eligible to declare an ICS
Minor after having completed 60 credit
hours towards a Bachelor of Arts degree.
To graduate with a Minor in ICS, students
must complete 24 credit hours comprised
of the following courses:
Lower Level: Total 15 ch
*
ICS 2001
*
*
SOCI 2251
SOCI 2253
*
CS 1703
*
CS 1713
Introduction to
Information &
Communication
Studies
Film and Society
From TV to the
Internet
Introduction to
Computing Concepts
Multimedia and the
Information Highway
Upper Level: Total 9 ch
*
ICS 3001 Theories of Information
and Communication
ICS 3003 Electronic Research
*
*
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3 credit hours of 3000/4000
electives from the ìICS-eligibleî list
[See Note 2]
Notes:
[1] The list of current ICS-eligible courses
is updated annually, and is available from
the ICS Coordinator. Students seeking
credit for courses not on this list must have
written approval from the ICS Coordinator
prior to enrolling in the course.
[2] ICS students are responsible for
ensuring they have completed appropriate
pre-requisites for their ICS-eligible
electives.
INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
STUDIES MINOR
POLS 3631 Survey of Global
Issues
ECON 3542 Topics in
International
Development
ECON 3755 Environmental and
Resource
Economics
ECON 3702 Cost-Benefit
Analysis
BA 4193
International &
Comparative
Management
BA 4858
International Human
Resources
Management
SOCI 3523 Sociology of Third
World Development
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
General Information
The minor in International Development
Studies is an interdisciplinary program
jointly administered by participating
departments. It offers students a broad
base of courses with an international
orientation.
Program of Study
The Minor consists of 24 ch. A grade of C
or better must be attained in all required
and elective courses. Note: None of the
courses taken for this Minor may be
counted towards the requirements for
another Minor or Major.
INTERNATIONAL
STUDIES
General Information
The University of New Brunswick at Saint
John offers a double major in International
Studies. This interdisciplinary program
permits students to combine studies in
language, culture, politics, economics,
history, and literature and offers a
comprehensive introduction to global and
regional developments.
The following 9 ch of courses are required: Programme of Study
The International Studies Program is one
POLS 1601 Introduction to
(6 ch)
half of a double major in the Faculty of
International Politics
Arts.
ECON 3531 Introduction to
(3 ch)
International Studies 1001 and 1002 are
International
prerequisites to all courses in International
Development
Studies. A grade of C in both IS 1001 and
(Note: ECON 1013
IS 1002 is the minimum grade requirement
and 1023 are
for a Major in International Studies.
prerequisites.)
Students apply for permission to Major in
A further 15 ch of elective courses
International Studies during the term in
selected from the following:
which they complete 60 ch of study.
Students entering the IS Program must
HIST 2000 World History
(6 ch)
have a cumulative GPA of 2.7 (B-). To
HIST 3025 Econ Development
(3 ch) complete the double Major in IS students
of Pre-Industrial
must maintain a "B-" average overall in
Europe
their IS courses with no IS course lower
HIST 3035 Industrialization of
(3 ch) than a "C". Courses in the 4000 series are
Europe
specialized courses intended mainly for
POLS 3303 Politics of the
(3 ch) Majors students. Students must satisfy the
Developing World
prerequisite requirements for all upper
POLS 3622 International
(3 ch) level courses. Any student in any program
may take IS 1001 or IS 1002 as an
Organization and
elective.
Law
SAINT JOHN ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
Double counting courses in the IS program
will not be permitted.
DOUBLE MAJOR IN
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
1.
Lower level requirements:
(18 credit hours)
Students must, in their first 60 credit
hours, meet the regular Faculty of Arts
breadth requirements. Students must
include in their program the following:
a. 12 credit hours of a modern
language other than English.
b. Six credit hours of lower level
International Studies courses:
IS 1001 Introduction to
International Studies
An interdisciplinary introduction
to the regional approach to
International Studies. The
course examines the political,
social and economic aspects of
developing and developed
regions.
IS 1002 Global Issues
An interdisciplinary examination
of issues and problems relating
to the environment, human
rights, gender and inequality,
migration, and poverty in a
global perspective.
2
Upper level requirements:
(24 credit hours)
Students must complete a minimum
of 24 credit hours of upper level
courses. These courses must include:
have specific prerequisites that
must be completed for these
upper level courses to be
selected.
For the double Major in a discipline,
students will be required to meet the
double Majors requirement for one of the
existing Faculty of Arts disciplines. These
requirements vary - please consult the
calendar for further details.
MINOR IN INTERNATIONAL
STUDIES
(e.g., courses in psychology, sociology or
computer science). Courses with the
denomination Ling are taught in English
through rotation every other year. That is,
LING 2101 and LING 3202 are taught in
one year, while LING 3111 and LING 3212
are taught in the following year. Courses
with the denomination FR in Group 2 are
taught in French, through rotation of two
courses per year. That amounts to four
courses per year to cover the
requirements from Group 1 and Group 2.
Some courses in Group 3 are offered
every year (e.g. FR and SPAN, CPW),
while other courses are offered according
to the needs of the respective
programmes. However, a minimum of
18ch is available every year in this Group.
The minor in International Studies will
consist of 6 ch of lower level IS courses
and 6 ch of course in a language other
than English, and a minimum of 12 ch of
upper level courses in IS. A grade of C or
Admission requirements, standards
better is required in all courses to be
etc.
counted for the minor in IS. A minor must
be declared at the same time as the major. Linguistics training at graduate level in
major universities shows that the rate of
success depends on familiarisation with
mathematics and/or languages that have a
different organization of grammar (e.g.,
Latin, Greek, Sanskrit or non-IndoLAW IN SOCIETY
European languages). Since one goal of
the Minor in Linguistics proposed here is to
Double Majors Program
prepare the students for admission to
Law in Society is an interdepartmental and graduate programs in related areas,
inter-faculty majors program involving the students are strongly encouraged (under
departments of Anthropology, Economics, Group 3) to take the courses that will
provide them with the proper background.
History, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology
and Sociology in the Arts Faculty, the Law A mark of C or higher in every course is
required for granting of the Minor.
Faculty, and the Faculty of Business
Prerequisites for courses included in the
Administration, on the Fredericton
three groups do not count toward the 24ch
campus. A number of UNB Saint John
courses are eligible for credit for the Law in of the Minor.
Society Double Major. Please consult the
Fredericton Bachelor of Arts programs
section for more information.
International Studies 3501: Seminar
in International Studies (3 credit
hours).
a. International Studies 4501:
Research Project in International
Studies (3 credit hours). This
LINGUISTICS MINOR
course is limited to students with
15 ch in IS courses or
The Minor in Linguistics consists of eight
permission of instructor.
three-credit hour courses organized in
three groups, which are listed below:
b. A minimum of 9 credit hours,
Group 1 contains the obligatory courses,
selected from the list of
which offer the basis for further training in
International Studies electives
Linguistics; Group 2 contains the
and 9 credit hours from related
disciplinary electives determined Linguistics optional courses (one further
step to areas presented in LING 2101 /
in consultation with the
3202 ); Group 3 contains related courses
International Studies program
that provide either practice for Linguistics
advisor(s). Students will be
advised in their first and second topics (e.g. ancient and modern languages
year that many of the upper level and writing courses) or interdisciplinary
extensions of some Linguistics topics
related disciplinary electives
List of courses
Group 1 - required (6ch)
LING 2101
LING 3202
Linguistics 1
Linguistics 2
Group 2 - Linguistics options
(minimum 6 ch, maximum 18 ch)
LING 3111
LING 3212
FR 3412
FR 3422
FR 3434
FR 3464
FR 3442
FR 3432
Language Acquisition
The History of the
English Language
Fundamentals of
Language Learning
Language Change and
Genetic Classifications
Words and Meaning
Mind and Sentence
Dialect Variation 1
Dialect Variation 2
(Acadian French)
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Group 3 - related options (to a
maximum of 12ch)
1.
Strongly recommended options:
GRK 1001
GRK 1002
LAT 1001
LAT 1002
MATH 2203
Intro Ancient Greek 1
Intro Ancient Greek 2
Intro Latin 1
Intro Latin 2
Discrete Structures
MATHEMATICS AND
STATISTICS
MAJORS AND MINORS
Mathematics Major
1.
NOTE: The strongly recommended
options are most useful when taken
prior or simultaneously to
LING 2101 / LING 3202 .
2.
A student in the BA degree who
wishes to major in Mathematics
must complete a minimum of 48 ch
in Mathematics or approved
substitutes as follows:
a.
Other options:
b.
CPW 2003
c.
CPW 3003
CS 4613
CS 4913
ED 3561
FR 3324
FR 4324
GER 2003
HUM 2120
LAT 2001
LAT 2002
PHIL 2034
PSYC 3693
PSYC 4733
SOCI 4263
SPAN 2203
SPAN 2204
Theory and Practice
of Technical and
Professional
Communication I
Theory and Practice
of Technical and
Professional
Communication II
Programming
Languages
Theory of
Computation
Intro to Second
Language Education
Cross-Linguistic
Communication
Cross-Linguistic
Communication
Creative German
Effective Writing
Intermediate Latin 1
Intermediate Latin 2
Intro to Language and
Semantics
Cognitive Processes
Cognitive
Neuropsychology
Discourse and Text
Intermediate Spanish
ntermediate Spanish
2.
MATH 1003 , 1013 , 2003 ,
2203 , 2013 , 2213
MATH 3213 , MATH 3713 ,
3733 , STAT 3083 , 3093
At least five upper level
mathematics courses. A
maximum of two courses from
CS 3113 , DA 4123 an upper
level Statistics course may
count toward the five courses.
In addition, at least two courses in
Computer Science are required.
NOTE: Suggested elective for the first year
is STAT 1793 (or equivalent).
Statistics Major
1.
2.
A student in the BA degree who
wishes to major in Statistics must
complete a minimum of 48 ch in
Statistics or approved substitutes as
follows:
a.
MATH 1003 , 1013 , 1703 ,
2003 , 2013 , 2213 , STAT
1793
b.
MATH 3713 , 3733 , STAT
3083 , 3093
c.
At least five upper level
Statistics courses. A
maximum of two courses from
DA 4203 , 4243 and an upper
level Mathematics course may
count toward the five courses.
In addition, at least two courses in
Computer Science are required.
Minor in Mathematics
A student who intends to pursue a Minor in
Mathematics is required to take 24 ch in
Mathematics, with a maximum of 6 ch
Statistics courses. The Minor must be
declared at the same time as the Major.
Minor in Statistics
A student who intends to pursue a Minor in
Statistics is required to take 24 ch in
Statistics. A maximum of 9 ch from
Mathematics may be selected. The Minor
must be declared at the same time as the
Major.
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PHILOSOPHY
MAJOR AND MINOR
Major
Students in the BA degree program who
wish to take a Major in Philosophy, either
alone or with some other subject, should
consult with a Faculty advisor in
Philosophy on successful completion of 60
ch of courses.
A single Major in Philosophy will consist of
at least 48 ch in Philosophy, passed with a
grade of C or better, including:
a.
at least 6 ch of logic;
b.
at least 3 ch of ethics;
c.
at least 24 ch of advanced level
courses.
A double Major in Philosophy will consist
of at least 30 ch in Philosophy, passed
with a grade of C or better, of which at
least 24 ch must be at the advanced level.
Minor
The Minor in Philosophy will consist of a
maximum of 12 ch in Philosophy at the
lower level and a minimum of 12 ch at the
upper level for a total of 24 ch. A grade of
C or better is required in all courses. The
Minor must be declared at the same time
as the Major.
POLITICS
HONOURS, MAJORS AND MINOR
Honours
Students interested in an Honours degree
in Politics must apply to the Department of
History and Politics after they complete 60
ch of studies. To be eligible to apply
students must have a minimum grade
point average of 3.0 in Politics courses and
a minimum cumulative grade point
average of 3.0. These minimums must be
maintained for the duration of the program.
No grade lower than C in a Politics course
will count for credit towards the required
credits in Politics for an Honours degree.
The Honours Politics programme consists
of 54 ch of Political Science courses. This
shall be comprised of the 42 ch required
for a Major in Politics, plus an additional 12
ch of upper level Political Science courses
which must include POLS 4001 Honours
Seminar in Politics and POLS 4002
Honours Thesis, as well as 3 ch in another
4000 level course.
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Major
Students choosing the discipline major
must complete a minimum of 42 credit
hours of Politics courses, including POLS
1201 , POLS 2401 , POLS 2501 , and at
least 3 credit hours chosen from either
POLS 1301 or POLS 2601 . The remaining
credit hours must be upper level courses
selected by the student in consultation with
the faculty advisor in Politics. No grade
lower than a C in a Politics course will
count for credit towards a Majors degree in
Politics.
Unless otherwise noted:
1.
2.
3.
the required prerequisite for entry
into any upper-level course in
Canadian Politics (any course with
the number 1, 2 or 5 as its second
digit) is POLS 1201 ;
the required prerequisites for entry
into any upper-level courses in
Comparative Politics (any course
with the number 3 as its second
digit) and International Politics (any
course with the number 6 as its
second digit) are POLS 1301 and/or
POLS 2601 .
the required prerequisites for entry
into any upper-level courses in
Political Theory (any course with the
number 4 as its second digit) is
POLS 2401 .
Exceptions are subject to approval by the
Chair of the Department, in consultation
with the Politics faculty.
Double Major
Double major students in Politics and in
another discipline must complete 36 credit
hours in Politics, as follows: - POLS 1201 ,
2401 , 2501 , and at least 3 credit hours of
courses from either POLS 1301 or 2601 .
The remaining 24 credit hours must be
upper level courses selected by the
student in consultation with the faculty
advisor in Politics. No grade lower than a
C in a Politics course will count towards a
Double Majors in Politics.
Minor
A Minor in Politics requires the completion
of 9 credit hours from any of the lower level
courses in Politics and 15 credit hours of
upper level courses. No grade lower than a
C in a Politics course will count towards a
Minor in Politics.
PSYCHOLOGY
General Information and Curriculum
Successful completion of PSYC 1003 or
an equivalent is necessary before taking
PSYC 1004 . Both PSYC 1003 and PSYC
1004 must be completed before taking any
of the remaining psychology courses.
MAJOR AND HONOURS
Major
To qualify for a Major degree a student
must accumulate 42 ch of approved
psychology courses. Fifteen ch of courses
are compulsory as follows: PSYC 1003 ,
1004 , 2102 , 2901 , 4053 .
Honours
The Honours program in Psychology
provides a broad knowledge of this field
and its research methods. Students
planning to pursue graduate studies in
psychology are advised to consider this
program.
Of the 51 ch of approved Psychology
courses, the following 24 ch are
compulsory: PSYC 1003 , 1004 , 2102 ,
2901 , 3913 , 4053 , 4143 , 4145 .
An additional 27 ch derived from a
selection of 9 ch from each of the following
3 groups is necessary.
Group I: Biological/Cognitive Basis of
Behaviour I
PSYC 3343 , 3383 , 3503 , 3603 , 3632 ,
3693 , 3711 , 3723 , 4583 , 4693 , 4733 ,
4833
Group II: Social/Personality
PSYC 2201 , 2401 , 3222 , 3263 , 3293 ,
3343 , 3412 , 3461 , 3752 , 4463
Group III: Clinical/Applied
PSYC 3263 , 3313 , 3323 , 3362 , 3393 ,
3493 , 3553 , 3724 , 3725 , 3803 , 4213 ,
4214 , 4233 , 4493
The remaining 3 credits of psychology
courses may be selected by the student.
All Psychology courses taken for the
Honours degree must be passed with at
least a C (2.0).
Students may apply to the Honours
program at the start of the third or fourth
year. To be eligible to apply they must
have a minimum cumulative grade point
average of 3.3 (B+). Preferably, students
should apply at the beginning of the third
year.
After admission, an Honours student must
maintain a cumulative grade point average
of 3.0 during each year of study within the
program.
To graduate with an Honours degree in
Psychology a cumulative grade point
average of 3.3 (B+) is necessary in all
required Psychology courses. For first
class Honours, a grade point average of
3.6 is required in such Psychology
courses. For second class Honours a
grade point average of 3.3 is required in
such Psychology courses.
The remaining 27 ch may be selected by
the student.
A student who wishes to do a double major
in Psychology and another discipline must
complete 36 ch including 24 ch in upper
level courses and all compulsory courses
for the single Major in psychology. A
minimum grade of C (2.0) is required for all
Psychology courses taken to meet the
Majors requirement.
PSYCHOSOCIAL
DIMENSIONS OF SPORT
MINOR
General Information
The Psychosocial Dimensions of Sport
Minor provides an academic opportunity
for systematic study in the fields of Sport
Psychology and Sport Sociology.
Eligibility
Admission to the Psychosocial
Dimensions of Sport Minor is open to any
Arts student. Students majoring in
Psychology or Sociology may find the
program to be of particular interest.
Students must select the Minor in
consultation with a Faculty advisor, and
this should normally be done at the same
time as they declare a major.
Program of Study
The Minor Programme in the Psychosocial
Dimensions of Sport shall consist of at
least 24 credit hours of instruction. The
three courses listed below are mandatory.
A grade of at least B- is necessary in each
of the mandatory courses to qualify for the
Minor. Prerequisites are noted in brackets.
The Minor will be jointly administered by
the Departments of Psychology and Social
Science.
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Mandatory Courses
Group C - Sociology (3 ch) Choose
one (1) course:
KIN 2021 (3 ch) : Youth in Sport
( PSYC1003 , PSYC 1004 , SOCI 1001 ).
KIN 2023 (3 ch) : Introduction to the
Sociology of Sport
( SOCI 1001)
KIN 2032 (3 ch) :Introduction to Sport
Psychology
(PSYC 1003 , PSYC 1004 )
Students must choose the remaining 15 ch
from the following groups of courses,
some of which may have prerequisites.
KIN 3032
KIN 3123
KIN 4021
KIN 4022
KIN 4904
KIN 4993
KIN 4994
Exercise
Psychology
Sport Psychology
Careers of Elite
Athletes: A
Sociological
Analysis
Aggression &
Violence
Perspectives in
Sport
Sociological
Analysis of Sport
Directed Studies in
Exercise & Sport
Science
Selected Topics in
Kinesiology
Selected Topics in
Kinesiology
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
Note: SOCI 1001 is a prerequisite for all
courses in Sociology.
KIN
PSYC
SOCI
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
SOCIOLOGY
General Information and Curriculum
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
(3 ch)
Note: PSYC 1003 is a prerequisite for
PSYC 1004 , and PSYC 1004 is a
prerequisite for all remaining Psychology
courses.
Unless otherwise indicated, students must
complete Sociology 1001 before taking
any sociology courses at the 2000 level or
above. Students are required to complete
at least 9 credit hours of sociology courses
at the lower level (10002000 courses)
before enrolling in any upper level
sociology courses. Students who are not
majoring or honouring in Sociology will be
admitted to a 4000 level course only if they
have completed 18ch of Sociology and
have consulted with the instructor. A
minimum grade of C (2.0) is required for all
sociology courses taken to meet the
Majors, Honours requirements or
prerequisites.
Admission to Major, Double Major and
Honours Options
Students apply for permission to Major in
Sociology in the term in which they
complete 60 ch of study. In addition to
SOCI 1001, students intending to Major or
Honour in Sociology must have completed
at least nine credit hours in Sociology with
a grade of C or better prior to admission
into the program.
Note: Most courses have a prerequisite;
students are responsible for ensuring they
have completed the appropriate
prerequisites.
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Students choosing Sociology as a Major
must have their program approved by the
Department, and must complete a
minimum of 42 ch in Sociology, including
the following required 18 ch:
SOCI 1001
SOCI 3000
SOCI 3104
SOCI 3105
3 ch hours
Introduction to Sociology
Theoretical Foundations
of Sociology
Quantitative Methods in
the Social Sciences
Qualitative Methods in the
Social Sciences
4000 Level Sociology
Courses
DOUBLE MAJOR
A student who wishes to do a double major
in sociology and another discipline must
complete 36ch of sociology, including all
compulsory courses for the single major in
sociology.
HONOURS
Group B - Psychology (3 ch) Choose
one (1) course:
PSYC 3412 Advanced Social
Psychology
PSYC 3461 Theories of
Personality
PSYC 3493 Changing
Behaviour
PSYC 3632 Motivation
(3 ch)
Group D - Group A, B or C (3 ch)
Choose one (1) course
Group A - Kinesiology (6 ch)
Choose two (2) courses:
KIN 3031
SOCI 2533 Social Movements
and Social
Revolutions
SOCI 2603 Sociology of
Deviance
SOCI 3103 Strategies of
Sociological
Research
SOCI 3543 Sociology of Gender
Relations
MAJOR
Students must apply to the Department for
permission to honour in Sociology in the
term in which they complete 60 ch of
studies. Only under exceptional
circumstances will students be permitted
to enter the Honours program after this
time.
To be eligible to apply for the Honours
program in Sociology, a student must meet
the requirements for admission to the
major and have a minimum cumulative
grade point average of 3.3. The decision to
admit a student to the Honours program
rests with the Sociology faculty.
For the award of a first-class Honours
degree, a grade point average of 3.6 is
required in Sociology courses above the
introductory level and for a second-class
Honours degree an average of 3.3 is
required. In both cases a minimum
cumulative grade point average of 3.3 is
required.
Students choosing to Honour in Sociology
must have their program approved by the
Department, and must complete a
minimum of 48 ch in Sociology including
the following required 30 ch and an
honours thesis:
SOCI 1001
SOCI 3000
SOCI 3104
Introduction to Sociology
Theoretical Foundations of
Sociology
Quantitative Methods in
the Social Sciences
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SOCI 3105
Qualitative methods in the
Social Sciences
SOCI 4014 Designing Research
Proposals
SOCI 4015 Honours Thesis
nine additional ch of 4000 level SOCI
courses.
An honours thesis is required in the Final
Year.
SPORT AND EXERCISE
PSYCHOLOGY
General Information
The Sport and Exercise Psychology Major
provides an academic opportunity for
systematic study in the fields of
Kinesiology and Psychology.
Kinesiological Characteristics
Kinesiological analysis of sport assumes
the study of human beings from a
movement science and physical activity
perspective. Sport and physical activity
provide the environmental setting for this
analysis.
Psychological Characteristics
Psychological characteristics of the
participant are studied from theoretical and
conceptual approaches such as body
image, self-concept, exercise adherence,
risk-taking, situational specificity of
behaviour, aggression, motivation, selfefficacy, need achievement, anxiety,
arousal, kinesthetic satisfaction, and
general personality and performance
relationships.
Eligibility
Admission to the Sport and Exercise
Psychology Major is open to any Arts
student. Students interested in the
Psychological and/or Kinesiological
aspects of sport may find the program to
be of particular interest. Students should
indicate their interest in the program in
their first year of study and must select the
major no later than the start of their third
year.
Program of Study
To qualify for the interdisciplinary Major
degree, a student must complete fifty-one
(51) credit hours of approved courses from
the disciplines of Kinesiology and
Psychology. Students who are seeking to
complete a Double Major should select
their courses in consultation with a faculty
advisor. A minimum grade of C (2.0) is
required for all courses taken to meet the
interdisciplinary Major's requirement with
the exception of KIN 2021 , 2023 and 2032
where a minimum grade of B- is required.
A student majoring in Sports and Exercise
Psychology must complete 27 credit hours
of compulsory lower level credits in
Kinesiology and Psychology. They must
also complete a minimum of 21 credit
hours of upper level courses in Kinesiology
and Psychology, of which three credit
hours must be PSYC 3313 or PSYC 4233 .
These courses must be selected in
consultation with a faculty advisor and
must include at least 6 credit hours in
upper level kinesiology and 6 credit hours
in upper level psychology.
A student who wishes to do a double major
in Sport and Exercise Psychology and
another discipline must complete 3 credit
hours of upper-level courses in each of
Kinesiology and Psychology. Students
must also complete all compulsory
courses for the single major in Sport and
Exercise Psychology.
Administration
The Sport and Exercise Psychology Major
will be jointly administered by the
Departments of Psychology and Social
Science.
Curriculum
First Year (30 ch):
Required Courses (24 ch):
KIN 1001
KIN 1012
Introduction to
Kinesiology
Kinesiological
Aspects of Lifespan
Development
OR
PSYC 2201 Child Development
PSYC 1003 Introduction to
Psychology I
PSYC 1004 Introduction to
Psychology II
CS 1703
Introduction to
Computer Concepts
OR
CS 1803
Introduction to
Computers and
Systems
CS 1713
Multimedia and the
Information Highway
BIOL 1551 Principles of Biology
BIOL 1012
Biological
Principles, Part II
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
Electives
6 credit hours of
elective courses
TOTAL
6 ch
30 ch
Second, Third and Fourth Years (90 ch):
Required Courses (18 ch):
KIN 2021
KIN 2023
Youth in Sport
Introduction to the
Sociology of Sport
KIN 2032
Introduction to Sport
Psychology
PSYC 2102 Research Methods
in Psychology
PSYC 2901 Introduction to
Statistical Analysis
for Psychologists
One of:
PSYC 3313 Introduction to
Psychological
Testing
PSYC 4233 Programme
Evaluation
TOTAL
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
18 ch
Upper Level Electives in Sport and
Exercise Psychology (21 ch):
From List A and List B, a minimum of 21
credit hours of upper level courses in
Psychology and Kinesiology must be
chosen. Courses must include six (6)
credit hours from each of the disciplines of
Kinesi ology and Psychology.
Substitutions are allowed with the approval
of program coordinators.
List A: Kinesiology Group (6 ch) - Choose
a minimum of two (2) electives from:
KIN 3031 Exercise Psychology
KIN 3032 Sport Psychology
KIN 3123 Careers of Elite
Athletes: A Sociological
Analysis
KIN 4021 Aggression and
Violence Perspectives
in Sport
KIN 4022 Sociological Analysis
of Sport
KIN 4904 Directed Studies in
Exercise and Sport
Science
KIN 4993 Selected Topics in
Kinesiology
KIN 4994 Selected Topics in
Kinesiology
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
Note: KIN 1001 is a prerequisite for all
courses in Kinesiology.
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List B: Psychology Group (6 ch) - Choose
a minimum of two (2) electives from:
PSYC 3222 Sex Differences
PSYC 3293 The Psychology of
Aging
PSYC 3313 Introduction to
Psychological Testing
PSYC 3343 Human Sexuality
PSYC 3362 Introduction to
Guidance and
Counselling
PSYC 3383 Perception
PSYC 3412 Advanced Social
Psychology
PSYC 3461 Theories of
Personality
PSYC 3493 Changing Behaviour
PSYC 3503 Learning
PSYC 3553 Psychopathology
PSYC 3603 Selective Attention
and Memory
PSYC 3632 Motivation
PSYC 3752 Drugs and Behaviour
PSYC 3913 Introduction to
Statistical Inference
and Experimental
Design in Psychology
PSYC 4233 Programme
Evaluation
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
FACULTY OF BUSINESS
3 ch
3 ch
General
Office:
Mailing
Address:
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
Phone:
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
Fax:
Email:
Website:
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
Note: PSYC 1003 is a prerequisite for
PSYC 1004 , and PSYC 1004 is a
prerequisite for all remaining Psychology
courses.
Electives (2nd, 3rd and 4th years):
15 credit hours lower level, 36 credit hours
upper level.
+
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BACHELOR OF
BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION
Philip W. Oland Hall, Room
245
Faculty of Business,
University of New
Brunswick,
100 Tucker Park Road,
Saint John, N. B., Canada,
E2L 4L5
(506) 648-5570 /
(506) 648-5806
(506) 648-5574
business@unbsj.ca
http://business.unbsj.ca/
FACULTY
Dean: Dr. Shelley Rinehart
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MacAulay, Doreen, BSc (StFX), MBA
(UNB), Instructor - 2003
McLean, Marion, BSc, MA, BEd
(UNB), Instructor - 2002
Mellon, Mark, BA (SFX), MBA (St
Marys (Can)), CA, CPA, Asst. Prof. 2002
Mendelson, Morris, BA (C'dia), MSc
(St Marys (Can)), Asst Prof - 2001
Rinehart, Shelley, BA, MBA (UNB),
PhD (U of Oklahoma), Prof and Dean,
Business -1988
Roumi, Ebrahim, BSc (Arya-Mehr),
MSc, PhD (Wat), Prof 1988
Sterniczuk, Henryk, MB, PhD
(Warsaw), Prof 1987
Vincze, Julian W., BSc (U of
Montana), MBA (UWO), PhD (Brad.),
Professor - 2003
Wilson, Wendy, BSc, MSc, MBA
(UNB), Instructor - 2003
GENERAL INFORMATION
The Faculty of Business offers a four-year
program (equally accessible to part-time
Director, Undergraduate Studies:
students) leading to the degree of
Professor Doreen MacAulay
Bachelor of Business Administration. The
Director of Graduate Studies in Business: objectives of the program are to provide all
Dr. Julian W. Vincze
students with a solid basic understanding
of the fundamental human, physical and
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Davis, Charles, BA, MA, PhD (Montr), conceptual relationships that underlie the
organization and management of profit
Prof. -1997
and non-profit organizations; to provide
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Dewar, Keith, BES, PhD (Wat), BEd
individual students with an opportunity to
(Lakehead), MA (Car) Assoc. Prof. study, in greater depth, those areas of
2002
business they find most interesting; to give
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Dunstan, Judith E., BBA (Acad), LLB students the opportunity to obtain the
(UofT), CA, Sr Teach Assoc - 1998
breadth of background in the Arts and
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Dupuis, Rachelle, BA, MBA (UNB),
Sciences required to appreciate the
Instructor - 2002
environment in which organizations must
function; and above all, to develop
•
Doiron, Daniel, BScEE (UNB),
problem-solving abilities and flexibility in
SMMoT (MIT), Instructor -2003
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Farnsworth, Regena BBA (Chapman), students to help them cope with the
challenges presented by a rapidly
MBA (UTA), PhD (Texas A & M),
changing society.
Assoc. Prof. - 1999
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Fleet, Gregory, BA, MA, PhD(UNO),
I. Cooperative Education Option
Assoc Prof - 2000
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Frooman, Jeff, BA, BS (Ilinois), MBA The Faculty of Business offers a 4-year
Cooperative Education option within the
(Michigan), MA, PhD (Pittsburgh),
BBA program. Consistent with the
Asst Prof - 2000
philosophy of Cooperative education, the
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Gilbert, S. Elizabeth, BA, MBA (Qu),
program is designed to alternate study
PhD (Tor), Prof 1976
terms and meaningful work terms. The
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Huq, ABM Saiful, BA, MA (Dhaka),
number of positions is limited and,
MA, PhD (Boston), Assoc Prof - 2001 therefore, restricted to students with a B•
Hurley, Catherine, BBA, MBA (UNB), average or higher after their first year.
CA, Sr Teaching Assoc - 2001
Students may apply for the Co-op program
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Jolliffe, Lee, BA (W. Laur), MA (Tor), during their second semester. Co- op
students are also required to maintain a BPhD (Leicester), Asst Prof - 2001
GPA or higher throughout their academic
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Keeping, David, BCom (Nfld.), MBA
(St Marys (Can)),CA, Instructor - 2003 terms.
SAINT JOHN ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
II. Opportunities for Graduates
III. Business Administration and Law
The program has been designed to
prepare its graduates, by means of a wellrounded theoretical and practical
education, to enter the administrative
levels of private and public corporations,
institutions, and agencies. It also prepares
students interested in a career in
accountancy to undertake on-the-job
training leading to professional certification
in the fields of public or management
accounting. Holders of the BBA degree will
normally be exempt from part of the
required term of service, part of the course
of study, and some of the examinations
prescribed by the organizations awar ding
the professional designations "Chartered
Accountant (CA)", "Certified Management
Accountant (CMA)", and "Certified General
Accountant (CGA)". Students interested in
the accounting profession should discuss
their interest with their faculty advisor, or
consult the Accounting Associations
directly. Inquiries may be directed to The
Atlantic School of Chartered Accountancy,
P.O. Box 489, Halifax, N. S. B3J 2R7; The
Society of Management Accountants of
New Brunswick, call (toll free) 1-800- 5657198; The Certified General Accountants
Association of New Brunswick, P. O. Box
5100, Moncton, N. B. E1C 8R2.
BBA students who have completed three
years of the BBA program may be
admitted to the UNB Faculty of Law and
may qualify for the BBA degree by
successfully completing the first year of
the Law program. To qualify for the BBA,
such students must have credit for all of
the REQUIRED courses specified for the
BBA degree (except BA 4101 , and BA
4173 ) and must have a session grade
point average of at least 2. 0. Students
must apply to and be accepted by the
Faculty of Law. The current regulations of
that Faculty require a minimum grade point
average of 3. 5 (on a 4. scale) before a
student without a degree will be
considered for admission. The final gradepoint average for degree purposes will be
determined by including the results in the
first year of the Law program as part of the
"final" credit hours used.
Operational Research is the professional
discipline that deals with the application of
analytical and numerical techniques as
well as information technology to
understand and tackle complex decision
situations. Operational Research
specialists may work in areas such as
consulting, business process analysis and
logistic analysis. Operational Research
techniques can also be effectively
combined with specializations in other
areas such as electronic commerce,
finance, and marketing. The CORS
Diploma is awarded by the Canadian
Operational Research Society (CORS), in
association with recognized Canadian
universities, to students who have
completed a program of studies with
significant Operational Research content.
For the official requirements for the CORS
Diploma, see the CORS website
(www.cors.ca/).
IV. Certificate Programs in
Administration
The University of New Brunswick, Saint
John Campus offers five certificate
programs in Administration. This includes
a certificate program in Business
Administration Level I and Level II,
Accounting, Electronic Commerce and
Human Resource Management.
These certificate programs are designed
to provide individuals; especially working
adults, with an opportunity to engage in
systematic and co-ordinated study
directed towards an academic goal.
Participants enrolled in the certificate
programs will have an opportunity to study
the basic principles of administration and
management; to improve their analytical
skills; to increase their awareness of the
various factors contributing to effective
decision-making and to understand the
basic functions of organizations.
The certificate programs will be of
particular interest to individuals who are
engaged in administration, contemplating
a career in administration or management
and wish to expand their knowledge in the
related subject areas.
The courses in the certificate programs are
presented at the undergraduate level of
study and provide a framework for
theoretical analysis of general principles of
administration through lectures,
discussions and individual study. By
combining accumulated work experience
and formal classroom learning,
participants will be able to relate theory
and practice as part of their continuing
development.
All courses for the certificates are degreecredit courses. Individuals who
successfully complete certificate courses
and subsequently are admitted to a degree
program will receive credit towards a
degree. Credit will be granted for those
courses accepted by the particular degree
program. Individuals admitted to a BBA
degree program will normally be able to
apply certificate courses completed
successfully to their degree program.
For further information on these Certificate
Programs please see the section entitled
Certificate Programs in Business
Administration, in the Saint John Programs
Section of this Calendar.
V. Graduate Studies in Business
The Faculty of Business offers graduate
studies in Business leading to the Master
of Business Administration (MBA) on a fulltime or part-time basis. Students may
concentrate in international business or
electronic commerce at the graduate level.
Applicants who have previously received
an undergraduate degree and who want to
study business should contact the Faculty
of Business at 648-5746 to receive
information on the entrance requirements
of the MBA. The full-time program is a very
intensive 12-month, co-op MBA. Part-time
students may choose their courses from
evening and Saturday offerings.
VI. University Regulations on
Admission and Academic Regulations
Students are strongly advised to read the
General University Regulations, Section B
of this Calendar, and in particular the
subsection headed "Grading and
Classification". The General University
Regulations will govern any point not
covered in the regulations that follow.
Questions concerning the application of
regulations should be directed to the
Registrar.
VII. Graduate of a Community College
or Equivalent System
Graduates in Business Technology from
the New Brunswick Community College
with a 65% average or equivalent standing
over the normal two years (or equivalent
standing from comparable institutions),
may be granted up to 30 ch toward the
BBA degree. They will be required to
successfully complete, including any
transfer credits, a total of 120 ch in order to
qualify for the BBA degree. Students who
have partially completed such programs
may be granted some credit towards the
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BBA. Entering students will be advised of
their status as provided for in the General
Regulations of the University,Section B of
this Calendar. Also, please consult the
calendar section for the Bachelor of
Applied Management Programs.
2.
VIII. BBA Regulations for Full-time
and Part-time Students in the Degree
Program
A.
Grading and Classification
B.
The regulations in respect to the BBA
degree and the Certificates are
expressed in terms of letter grades,
credit hours and grade point
averages. These are explained in
Section B of the Calendar. In order to
take a Business Administration (BA)
course that has a prerequisite,
students must earn a C or better in the
prerequisite course(s), regardless of
the program in which the student is
registered.
Credit Hours
3.
D.
Course credits may only be
transferred from another university
when the grade is equivalent to at
least a C at UNB.
At least half the credit hours for the
BBA degree must be taken at UNB
and must normally include all the
required courses in the BBA degree
program. (Students may be permitted
to take some of these courses
elsewhere with the prior permission of
the Faculty of Business and the
Registrar.)
Due to differences in the methods
used by the various Faculties in the
calculation of credit hours, students
who elect to register for courses
taught outside of the Faculty of
Business should note the following:
2.
C.
Grade Point Average
1.
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For purposes of the BBA degree,
any course taught outside of the
Faculty of Business, which has a
course number ending in and
which is taught over the full
academic year, will receive the
number of credit hours normally
assigned by the Faculty in which
the course is taught, up to a
maximum of 6.
For purposes of the BBA degree,
any course taught outside of the
Faculty of Business, which has a
course number ending in other
than and which is offered in one
term of the academic year, will
receive the number of credit
hours normally assigned by the
Faculty in which the course is
taught, up to a maximum of 3.
See Section B of this Calendar
for detailed regulations on
standing and promotion
requirements.
Transfer Students
The University regulations in respect
to students transferring to the BBA
degree program from another UNB
degree program and students
transferring to UNB from another
university or post-secondary
institution are as stated in the General
Regulations of the University.
The number of credit hours assigned
each course is stated in Section F of
this Calendar. (In most cases the
Faculty of Business assigns a 6 ch
weight to a two-term course and a 3
ch weight to a term course.)
1.
A student who has been
registered in the BBA program
and who withdrew while on
probation or who was required to
withdraw from the program will
not be eligible to re-enter the
program without the approval of
the Faculty of Business.
To earn the BBA degree, a
student must successfully
complete at least 120 ch in
approved courses and must
achieve a minimum grade of C in
all courses designated as
required or elective.
E.
cumulative gpa of at least 2.7 may,
with the written permission of the
Director of Undergraduate Studies or
the Dean of the Faculty of Business,
take a maximum of six courses in a
given term. The normal course load
for students accepted into the co-op
program is six courses per term.
H.
Repeating Courses
A student who fails to obtain a grade
of C or better in a required course
must retake the course as soon as it
becomes available during a session in
which the student is in attendance.
I.
Majors and Concentrations
1.
See Section XI, regarding the
BBA with a major in Economics.
2.
See Section XII regarding the
BBA with a major in French.
3.
See Section XIII regarding the
BBA with a minor in French.
4.
See Section XIV regarding the
BBA with a major in Human
Resource Management.
5.
See Section XV regarding the
BBA with a major in Accounting.
6.
See Section XVI regarding the
BBA with a major in Electronic
Commerce.
7.
A student qualifying for the BBA
degree who has met the
requirements for a Single or a
Double Major in the Bachelor of
Arts program may request the
Registrar to note on the student's
transcript that the Major
requirement in the external
discipline has been met.
Students are advised that the
Faculty of Business must
approve their entire program with
the Major requirement approved
by the external discipline. Note:
Students persuing minors or
double majors either within or
outside the Faculty of Business
may not double count any course
or courses which may be
common to more than one
program.
8.
Majors in specific Business
disciplines other than HRM,
Accounting and Electronic
Commerce are not offered
although a student may
concentrate in a particular
Business area (Business and
Public Policy, Finance, Industrial
Relations, Marketing, Operations
Research or Organizational
The BBA as a Second Degree
Graduates of UNB are required to
successfully complete a minimum of
30 additional credit hours at UNB;
graduates of other recognized
universities must successfully
complete a minimum of 60 ch at UNB.
All graduates must have credit for all
the required, elective and option
courses (or their equ ivalent) in the
BBA program, and must comply with
the regulations in Section C above.
F.
Changes in Degree Requirements
Improvements in the BBA program
may lead to changes in the
requirements for the degree. The
University reserves the right to require
candidates already enrolled to meet
the revised requirements.
G. Normal Course Load
The normal course load for students
in the BBA program will be five
courses per term. Students with a
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9.
Behaviour) or in Computer
Science by selecting appropriate
option courses. Students should
note that not all elective or
optional courses are offered each
year. The timetable should be
consulted for current offerings.
d.
Concentrations are offered in
Accounting, Electronic
Commerce, Human Resource
Management, and Marketing.
Concentrations are completed by
achieving a cumulative GPA of at
least 3.0 for 12 ch of approved
electives in the area of interest.
Approved courses for each
subject of concentration are as
follows:
g.
Accounting
1. BA 3235 Intermediate
Accounting I
2. BA 3236 Intermediate
Accounting II
3. BA 3224 Accounting for
Manager III
4. And one of:
a. BA 4207 Current
Accounting Issues
b. BA 4221 Advanced
Management
Accounting
c. BA 4223 Accounting
Information Systems
d. BA 4229 Advanced
Accounting
e. BA 4237 Income
Taxation
f. BA 4238 Auditing
g. BA 4242 Accounting
Theory
h. Or other course(s) as
approved by the Faculty
of Business
Electronic Commerce
1. BA 2123 Introduction to
Electronic Commerce
2. BA 2663 Technology
Fundamentals of Electronic
Commerce
3. And at least two of the
following:
a. BA 3125 Industry
Impact of Electronic
Commerce
b. BA 3126 Frontiers of Ecommerce I
c. BA 3305 Marketing on
the Internet
e.
f.
h.
i.
j.
k.
BA 3718 Legal, Privacy
& Security Issues in
Electronic Commerce
BA 4108 Management
of New Enterprise
BA 4109 Management
of Online Business
BA 4126 Frontiers of Ecommerce II
BA 4223 Accounting
Information Systems
BA 4506 Organizations
and Electronic
Commerce
BA 4866 Management
of Technology
Or other course(s) as
approved by the Faculty
of Business
Human Resources Management
At least four of the following
electives:
a. BA 2758 Employment Law
b. BA 3813 Introduction to
Industrial Relations
c. BA 4129 Research
Methodology
d. BA 4813 Negotiations and
Dispute Resolutions
e. BA 4853 Recruitment and
Selection
f. BA 4854 Training and
Development
g. BA 4855 Compensation
Structure Development
h. BA 4856 Evaluating and
Rewarding Employee
Performance
i. BA 4858 International
Human Resource
Management
j. BA 4866 Management of
Technology
k. Or other course(s) as
approved by the Faculty of
Business
Marketing
1. BA 4319 Marketing
Research
2. BA 3328 Consumer
Behaviour
3. And two of:
a. BA 4107 Studies in
Small Business
b. BA 3305 Marketing on
the Internet
c. BA 3339 Marketing
Communications
d. BA 3371 Marketing of
Services
e.
f.
g.
BA 4334 Public and
Non-profit Marketing
A 4398 International
Marketing
Or other course(s) as
approved by the Faculty
of Business
IX. Degree Standing on Graduation
At graduation all successful candidates for
the degree of Bachelor of Business
Administration shall be listed in
alphabetical order within the appropriate
degree category as stated below:
a.
Distinction A student who attains a
cumulative grade point average of at
least 3. 8 over the final 60 credit hours
of course work and no grade less than
C (2. 0) over the final 90 ch of course
work shall graduate with Distinction.
b.
First Division A student who attains a
cumulative grade point average of at
least 3. 5 shall graduate in First
Division.
c.
Second Division A student who
attains a cumulative grade point
average of at least 2. 5 but less than
3. 5 shall graduate in Second Division.
d.
Third Division A student who attains a
cumulative grade point average of
less than 2. 5 shall graduate in Third
Division.
X. Business Administration
Curriculum and Degree Requirements
1.
Students must successfully complete
at least 120 ch of course work and
must obtain a grade of at least C in all
required and elective courses
specifically required for the degree.
2.
The normal course load for students
in the BBA program will be five
courses per term. Students with a
cumulative gpa of at least 2. 5 may,
with the written permission of the
Director of Undergraduate Studies or
the Dean of the Faculty of Business,
take a maximum of six courses in a
given term.
3.
It is the responsibility of students to
ascertain that their elective and option
courses are acceptable for BBA
degree credit. Credit will not be
granted for FREN 1103 , CS 1703 ,
ECON 1004 , PSYC 1273 or MATH
1863 in the BBA program. Credit will
be granted for only one of MATH 1003
and MATH 2853 .
Students enrolled in a degree or
certificate program under the aegis of
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the Faculty of Business are not to
register in the following courses or
similar courses without prior
permission of the Faculty of Business.
(The content of these courses is
similar to required or option BBA
courses.)
PSYC 2901 , PSYC 3913 , STAT
1793 , STAT 3093 .
Note: Students should contact the
Faculty of Business at the beginning
of each regular academic year for a
revised list of courses in this category.
Courses listed elsewhere in this
Calendar as service courses by other
Faculties or Departments are normally
not credits for the BBA degree.
4.
5.
Candidates for the degree must
successfully complete the following
credit hours: a) 51 required, b) 18
Business electives, c) 6 Social
Science electives, d) 6 Humanities
and Languages electives, e) 39
options, of which a maximum of 18
may be chosen from Business and a
maximum of 12 of the 39 may be at
the introductory level. An elective
course is one chosen from a specified
group of courses, e.g. "from Social
Science or Business". An option
course is an approved course chosen
by the student from any approved
discipline.
Course Requirements
Students are responsible for ensuring
that they meet all the requirements
specified for the degree. These
include the minimum credit hour
requirements, minimum grade point
averages, minimum grades in
specified courses, successful
completion of all specifically required
courses and compliance with the
restrictions on elective and option
courses as in regulation X. 3. and 4.
above.
Students are advised to consult
Section F of this Calendar for detailed
course descriptions, including the
number of credit hours assigned to
each course.
FIRST YEAR
FOURTH YEAR
Fall Term
Fall Term
MATH 1853 Math for Business I
ECON 1013 Intro to EconomicsMicro
BA 1504
Intro to Organizational
Behaviour
Social Science elective*
Humanities or Language Elective*
BA 4101
Competitive Strategy
Business Electives or Option
Courses - 12 ch
Winter Term
BA 1605
Business Decision
Analysis I
ECON 1023 Intro to EconomicsMacro
BA 1216
Accounting for
Managers I
Social Science Elective
Humanities or Language Elective
SECOND YEAR
Fall Term
BA 2858
Introduction to Human
Resource Management
BA 2672
Introduction to
Management
Information Systems
BA 2217
Accounting for
Managers II
BA 2606
Business Decision
Analysis II
Business Elective/Option
Winter Term
BA 2303
BA 3623
Principles of Marketing
Management Science:
Deterministic Models
Business Electives or Option
Courses - 9 ch**
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Business Electives or Option
Courses - 15 ch
Notes: * All students must include
Math 1853 within their first 30 ch; 6 ch
from the Social Science disciplines of
Anthropology, Politics, Psychology or
Sociology within their first 60 ch, and
6 ch from the Humanities and
Languages disciplines of Classics,
English, French, German, History,
Humanities, Latin, Philosophy or
Spanish within their first 60 ch. **
Option courses may be selected from
the offerings of any faculty provided
that the selections are in accord with
regulations X. 3 and 4 above, and
provided they are approved by the
Faculty of Business.
XI. BBA with a Major in Economics
In addition to complying with the
existing curriculum requirements and
regulations governing the award of a
BBA degree, BBA students wishing to
major in Economics must also comply
with the following regulations and
requirements of the Faculty of
Business and the Economics
discipline:
a.
Students electing to major in
Economics should declare the
major by the beginning of their
third year. The Faculty of
Business must approve all
courses taken to comply with the
major requirement.
b.
In order to earn the major in
Economics BBA students must
complete the following:
THIRD YEAR
Fall Term
BA 3425
Managerial Finance
Business electives or option courses
- 12 ch
Winter Term
BA 3304
Example of a Typical Student's
Program
(15 ch per term, total 120 ch)
Winter Term
Marketing
Management
BA 3653
Production &
Operations
Management
BA 3705
Business Law
Business Electives or Option
Courses - 6 ch
i. earn a minimum grade of C in
the following compulsory
courses: ECON 2013 , 2023 ,
3013 and 3023 ; and
ii. successfully complete with a
grade of C or better 15 ch of
elective Economics courses or
approved substitutes from
disciplines other than
Economics up to a maximum
of 6 ch. Many upper-level
business courses qualify as
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approved substitutes; a
current list is available from
the Faculty of Business or the
Economics discipline.
Note: Students may not double count
courses required for the general BBA.
XII. BBA with a Major in French
Communication and Culture
In addition to complying with the
existing curriculum requirements and
regulations governing the award of a
BBA degree, BBA students wishing to
major in French must also comply with
the following regulations and
requirements of the Faculty of
Business and the French discipline:
a.
b.
ii.
Students electing to major in
French Communication and
Culture should declare the major
by the beginning of their third
year. All courses taken to comply
with the major requirement must
be approved by the Department
of Humanities and Languages
and by the Faculty of Business.
i. A BBA student who wishes to
major in French Communication
and Culture will normally have
completed 12 ch in French (FR
1203 , 1204 and 2203 , 2204 )
and have received a grade of
C or above. A student who has
successfully completed a school
French immersion program may
begin a major in French
Communication and Culture
following completion of FR 1304
and 2304 with a grade of B or
above. Students receiving a
grade between C and B- in FR
2304 and would normally
proceed to FR 2203 and 2204 .
A BBA with a major including
French Communication and
Culture will consist of at least 24
ch of upper level French courses.
All students must earn a grade of
C in FR 3203 , FR 3204 , FR
4204 and one of 3704 , 3714 ,
3724 and 12 ch of approved
French Communication and
Culture upper-level electives, six
from Group A, six from Group B.
(Please consult the Bachelor of
Arts degree, major in French, for
a complete listing of Groups A
and B courses.)
XIII. BBA with a Minor in French
Communication and Culture
Students completing a French Minor
are required to complete at least 12 ch
of upper level courses in French
Communication and Culture, with a
maximum of 12 ch at the lower level
(FR 1203 , 1204 and 2203 , 2204 ).
FR 3203 and FR 3204 will be
required; the remaining 6 ch will be
chosen from advanced courses. A
minimum grade of C, in lower level
courses, and C, in upper level
courses, is required. The Minor must
be declared at the same time as the
Major. Students who have completed
FR 1304 and FR 2304 and are
admitted into FR 3203 will also do 12
ch in upper level courses.
XIV. BBA with a Major in Human
Resource Management
In addition to complying with the
existing curriculum requirements and
regulations governing the award of a
BBA degree, BBA students wishing to
major in Human Resource
Management must also comply with
the following regulations and
requirements.
a. Students electing to major in
Human Resource Management
should declare the major by the
beginning of their third year. The
Faculty of Business must
approve all courses taken to
comply with the major
requirement.
b. In order to earn the major in
Human Resource Management,
BBA students must:
i. maintain a minimum 3.0 (B)
grade point average in the 24
ch of courses (ii, iii), and
ii. earn a minimum grade of C in
the following compulsory
courses: BA 1504 , 2758 ,
2858 , 3813 , 4129 , and 4898 ;
and
iii. earn a minimum grade of C in
six credit hours of electives
chosen from the following: BA
4813 , 3715 , 4853 , 4854 ,
4855 , 4856 , 4858 and 4866 .
XV. BBA with a Major in Accounting
In addition to complying with the
existing curriculum requirements and
regulations governing the award of a
BBA degree, BBA students wishing to
major in Accounting must also comply
with the following regulations and
requirements.
a. Students electing to major in
Accounting should declare the
major by the beginning of their
third year. The Faculty of
Business must approve all
courses taken to comply with the
major requirement.
b. In order to earn the major in
Accounting, BBA students must
in addition to the general
requirements of the BBA degree:
i. earn a minimum grade of C in
the following compulsory
courses: BA 1218 , 3224 ,
3235 , 3236 , 4207 , 4221 ,
4223 , 4229 ; and
ii. earn a minimum grade of C in
one of the following elective
courses: BA 4237 , 4238 ,
4242 ;
iii. earn a minimum grade of C in
one of the following elective
courses: BA 4418 , 4437 ,
4448 , 4455 , ECON 3114 or
other approved finance
course.
XVI. BBA with a Major in Electronic
Commerce
In addition to complying with the
existing curriculum requirements and
regulations governing the award of a
BBA degree, BBA students wishing to
major in electronic Commerce must
also comply with the following
regulations and requirements.
a. Students electing to major in
Electronic Commerce should
declare the major by the
beginning of their third year. The
Faculty of Business must
approve all courses taken to
comply with the major.
b. In order to earn the major in
Electronic Commerce, BBA
students must:
i. earn a minimum grade of C in
the following compulsory
courses: BA2123 , BA2663 ,
BA3125 , BA3305 , BA3718
and BA4506 ;
ii. earn a minimum grade of C in
six credit hours of elective
courses chosen from the
following:
BA3126 , BA3328 , BA4108 ,
BA4109 , BA4126 , BA4223,
BA4866 , CS2773 , ICS2001
or any other 6 credit hours on
approval of the Faculty.
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BBA CO-OP OPTION
SECOND YEAR
Fall Term (September - December)
The Curriculum
The Faculty of Business offers a Cooperative Education option within the BBA
program. While the program is designed to
be completed in four years, students may
take longer to complete the program.
Students may also major and take the Coop option. Consistent with the philosophy
of Co-operative education, the program is
designed to alternate study terms and
relevant work terms, as follows:
Co-op Program Academic / Work
Term Sequence
Fall
Winter
Spring/
Summer
May-Aug
Sept-Dec
Jan-April
Year 1
Academic
Term 1
Academic
Term 2
Year 2
Academic
Term 3
Work
Term 1
Academic
Term 4
Year 3
Work
Term 2
Academic
Term 5
Work
Term 3
Year 4
Academic
Term 6
Academic
Term 7
Every co-op student shall complete three
work terms with full-time academic
semesters directly before and after each
work term. The co-op program considers
students full-time if they are enrolled in at
least 12 credit-hours of course-work, not
including the work term reports: BA 2903 ,
BA 3903 or BA 4903 . Academic course
requirements and work terms are listed in
Table A.
TABLE A:
Example of a typical student's program:
FIRST YEAR
Fall Term (September - December)
BA 1504
Intro to Organizational
Behavior
MATH 1853 Math for Business I
ECON 1013 Intro to Economics - Micro
Social Science elective*
Humanities or Language Elective*
Winter Term (January - April)
BA 1605
Business Decision
Analysis I
ECON 1023 Intro to Economics - Macro
BA 1216
Accounting for Managers I
Social Science elective*
Humanities or Language Elective*
164
BA 2858
Introduction to Human
Resource Management
BA 2672 Introduction to Management
Information Systems
BA 2217 Accounting for Managers II
BA 2606 Business Decision Analysis II
Business Electives or Optional Courses 6 ch
Winter Term (January - April)
Work Term I
Spring/Summer Term (May - August)
BA 2303
BA 2903
BA 3623
Principles of Marketing
Work Term Report I
Management Science:
Deterministic Models
BA 3425 Managerial Finance
Business Electives or Option Courses 9 ch
THIRD YEAR
60 ch, and 6 ch from the Humanities and
Languages disciplines of Classics,
English, French, German, History,
Humanities, Latin, Philosophy or Spanish
within their first 60 ch.
** Option courses may be selected from
the offerings of any faculty provided that
the selections are in accord with
regulations X. (3) and (4) of the Business
Administration Curriculum and Degree
Requirements of the university calendar,
and provided they are approved by the
Faculty of Business.
The sequence of academic terms and
work terms outlined above is not flexible.
Only in unusual circumstances will the
Director or Coordinator of the Co-op
Program approve deviation from the
regular sequence.
If students' course selections deviate from
the schedule above they are responsible
for obtaining academic advising from
either a Faculty of Business or Co-op
advisor. Students are responsible for their
own academic planning and course
selection.
Fall Term (September - December)
Work Term II
Each work term is normally 12 to 16 weeks
in duration.
Winter Term (January - April)
Admission
BA 3304
BA 3653
Students must apply for the Co-op
program during their second semester.
Entrance to the Co-op program is a fourstep process, as follows:
Step One: Academic Achievement Obtain a B- (2.7) average* or higher after
their first year to be eligible for the entrylevel Professional Development Workshop
Series.
Step Two: Professional Development Successfully complete all required
elements of the entry-level professional
development seminars.
Step Three: Mock Job Interview - Pass a
mock job interview
Step Four: The Job Competition - Obtain a
position for Work Term One.
Marketing Management
Production and Operations
Management
BA 3705
Business Law
BA 3903
Work Term Report II
Business Electives or Option Courses 9 ch
Summer Term (May - August)
Work Term III
FOURTH YEAR
Fall Term (September - December)
BA 4101
Competitive Strategy
BA 4903
Work Term Report III
Business Electives or Option Courses 15 ch
Winter Term (January - April)
Business Electives or Option Courses 15 ch
Notes:
* All students must include Math 1853
within their first 30 ch; 6 ch chosen from
the Social Science disciplines of
Anthropology, Political Science,
Psychology or Sociology within their first
Students who are unsuccessful in any one
of the four steps will remain in the
traditional BBA program.To remain eligible
for each Co-op work term, students must
attend and complete assignments for all
mandatory professional develop seminars
in academic terms three, four and five.
For additional details and for information
pertaining to transfer students, please
read the Co-op students' handbook
available from the Faculty of Business,
P.O. Box 5050, Saint John, N.B., E2L 4L5.
Web address: www.business.unbsj.ca
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Admissions Policy for International
Students Entering the BBA Co-op
Program
3.
4.
In addition to the above criteria, students
require a TOEFL score of 550 to enter the
BBA Co-op program if English is not their
first language.
5.
Advancement
To complete the program and earn a Coop designation, students must
•
maintain a minimum GPA of 2.7 (B-)
throughout the program
•
successfully complete all PDSs
•
perform satisfactorily in all three
work terms
•
obtain a grade of C or higher on
three work term reports
If a student's GPA falls below 2.7 but not
lower than 2.5 in any academic semester
directly before or after the work terms, he/
she will be placed on co-op program
probation. For additional information,
please refer to the co-op students'
handbook.
Work Term Reports
The work term report plays a pivotal role in
the success of our Co-operative Education
Program. Work term reports BA 2903 , BA
3903 and BA 4903 are written during the
first, second and third work terms
respectively. They are required courses
carrying 1 credit hour each and requiring a
minimum grade of C.
Students must achieve a grade of C on BA
2903 , BA 3903 and BA 4903 to be allowed
to continue in the program.
Students who withdraw or are required to
withdraw from the co-op program before
they have completed BA 2903 , BA 3903
and BA 4903 may not use the credit from
BA 2903 and/or BA 3903 and/or BA 4903
in conjunction with a lab credit toward their
BBA degree.
The Co-op Fee
A comprehensive Co-operative Education
Program includes many important
components. Each component provides
tangible benefits which are not offered to
students in the traditional BBA program.
Information on fees may be found in
Section C of this calendar. Co-operative
Education fees are used to develop and
support the following areas:
1.
Professional Development Seminars
2.
Providing feedback to students in
order to help them improve
performance
6.
Employer recruitment
Organizing job interviews with
employers
Mid-Work term performance
evaluations
Heightening the profile of our co-op
program with schools, businesses,
and community
Students who do not abide by Co-op
Program regulations set out in the
calendar and the Co-op Students'
Handbook, available from the Co-op
Office, will be asked to withdraw from the
Co-op Program.
degree. Credit will be granted for those
courses accepted by the particular degree
program. Individuals admitted to a BBA
degree program will normally be able to
apply certificate courses completed
successfully to their degree program.
GENERAL REGULATIONS
The following regulations apply to the
certificate programs in business:
1.
CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS IN
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
A maximum of 50% of total program
requirements may be transferred from
another degree, certificate or similar
program whether taken at the
University of New Brunswick or
elsewhere. However, 50% of the
required business courses must be
taken at the University of New
Brunswick. Courses taken more than
five years ago will be approved on an
individual basis.
The University of New Brunswick, Saint
John Campus offers five certificate
programs. This includes a certificate
program in Business Administration Level I
and Level II, Accounting, Electronic
Commerce and Human Resource
Management.
These certificate programs are designed
to provide individuals; especially working
adults, with an opportunity to engage in
systematic and co-ordinated study
directed towards an academic goal.
Participants enrolled in the certificate
programs will have an opportunity to study
the basic principles of administration and
management; to improve their analytical
skills; to increase their awareness of the
various factors contributing to effective
decision-making and to understand the
basic functions of organizations.
The certificate programs will be of
particular interest to individuals who are
engaged in administration, contemplating
a career in administration or management
and wish to expand their knowledge in the
related subject areas.
The courses in the certificate programs are
presented at the undergraduate level of
study and provide a framework for
theoretical analysis of general principles of
administration through lectures,
discussions and individual study. By
combining accumulated work experience
and formal classroom learning,
participants will be able to relate theory
and practice as part of their continuing
development.
All courses for the certificates are degreecredit courses. Individuals who
successfully complete certificate courses
and subsequently are admitted to a degree
program will receive credit towards a
a. Certificate in Business
Administration Level I, Certificate in
Accounting,
Certificate in Electronic Commerce
and Certificate in Human Resource
Management:
b. Business Administration Certificate
Level II:
A maximum of 75% of total program
requirements may be transferred from
another degree, certificate or similar
program taken at the University of
New Brunswick. For students
transferring credits from outside the
University of New Brunswick, only
50% of total program credits will be
transferable. However, 50% of the
required business courses must be
taken at the University of New
Brunswick. Courses taken more than
five years ago will be approved on an
individual basis.
2.
Each student entering a certificate
program on a full-time basis must
have the prior approval of the Faculty
of Business.
3.
A certificate will not be awarded to a
student enrolled for a degree, but
students who have withdrawn from an
undergraduate degree program may
apply for the appropriate certificate.
4.
To earn the Certificate in Business
Administration Level I, Level II, the
Certificate in Accounting, or the
Certificate in Electronic Commerce a
student must successfully complete
the number of credit hours in
approved courses specified for the
certificate, achieve a grade of at least
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5.
6.
C in all specifically required courses
and achieve a cumulative grade point
average of at least 2.0.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
CERTIFICATE LEVEL I
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
CERTIFICATE LEVEL II
To earn the Certificate in Human
Resource Management, a student
must achieve a cumulative grade
point average of at least 3.0 (B) over
24 credit hours required, (excluding
BA 1605 and BA 2606 ).
Requirements:
Requirements:
A Business Administration Certificate
Level I will be awarded to individuals who:
3 ch
The requirements for the Business
Administration Certificate Level II are
stated in terms of cumulative credit hours.
The 30 credit hours required for the
Business Administration Certificate Level I
are included as part of the stated
requirement of 60 credit hours for the
Business Administration Certificate
Level II.
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A Business Administration Certificate
Level II will be awarded to individuals who:
There is no minimum age and no
specific prerequisites for entrance into
the Business Administration
Certificate Level I, Level II or the
Certificate in Accounting. Admission
information concerning the Certificate
in Electronic Commerce is shown on
page 7 and the Certificate in Human
Resource Management on page 9.
Although, there are no specific
entrance requirements for the
Business Administration Certificate
Level I, Level II or the Certificate in
Accounting students will undertake
university-level study and
assignments demanded in degreecredit courses. Some courses such as
Finance, Computer Science and
Quantitative Methods require at least
a background knowledge of high
school mathematics.
GENERAL INFORMATION
Admission::
The certificate programs are open to all
interested individuals. With the exception
of the Certificate in Electronic Commerce
and the Certificate in Human Resource
Management, there are no specific
academic prerequisites for students
enrolled in the business certificate
programs on a part-time basis, only a
desire and willingness on the part of the
student to engage in learning at a
university level. However, students
engaged in full-time study must receive
Faculty approval to be admitted to the
program.
Application forms are available from the
Admissions Office (506-648-5674).
Additional Information:
A brochure entitled Certificate Programs in
Administration provides full information on
regulations and course requirements and
can be obtained by dialing (506)648-5570
or 1-800-50-UNBSJ or by writing to The
Faculty of Business, University of New
Brunswick, P.O. Box 5050, Saint John,
NB, E2L 4L5, or emailing
business@unbsj.ca.
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a.
achieve a cumulative grade point
average of at least 2.0 over the
30 credit hours required, and
b.
successfully complete (with a C
or better):
BA 1216 Accounting for
Managers I (See note B)
BA 1504 Introduction to
Organizational
Behaviour
BA 2217 Accounting for
Managers II
BA 2303 Principles of Marketing
BA 3425 Managerial Finance
Plus six credit hours in Economics
(ECON 1013 and 1023 or ECON
2103 and 3114 )
Business elective
Plus six credit hours of nonbusiness courses to be approved
by the Faculty of Business (See
note B).
B.
achieve a cumulative grade point
average of at least 2.0 over the 60
credit hours required, and
b.
successfully complete (with a C or
better):
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
6 ch
BA 1216
BA 1504
3 ch
BA 1605
6 ch
BA 2217
30 ch
BA 2303
BA 2606
Notes:
A.
a.
Students wishing to proceed to the
degree in Business Administration
(BBA) should select ECON 1013 and
1023 as part of their Business
Administration Certificate Level I
requirements.
Although, the usual math
prerequisites are waived for certificate
students, it is recommended that
students planning to proceed with the
following: Business Administration
Certificate Level II, Human Resource
Management Certificate or the BBA or
BAM degrees choose Math 1853 as
an elective before studying BA 1216
and BA 1605 . Most business courses
have prerequisites. Students who do
not have credit for grade 12 academic
math and who intend to continue on to
the BBA degree are urged to take
MATH 1863 as one of their Business
Administration Certificate Level I
electives.
Please note that although MATH 1863 is a
credit towards the Certificate, it cannot be
used as a credit towards the BBA, or BAM
degrees.
BA 2858
Accounting for
Managers I
Introduction to
Organizational
Behaviour
Business Decision
Analysis I (Note C)
Accounting for
Managers II
Principles of Marketing
Business Decision
Analysis II
Introduction to Human
Resource
Management
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
BA 3425 Managerial Finance 3 ch
Plus six credit hours in Economics 6 ch
(ECON 1013 and 1023 or ECON
2103 and 3114 ) (See Note A.)
Plus a total of 30 credit hours in
Arts (Humanities, Social Science,
Languages and Mathematics),
Business Administration,
Computer Science, Data
Analysis, Engineering or Science. 30 ch
(See Notes A & B).
60 ch
Notes:
A.
Students who plan to enrol in the
Business Administration degree
program (BBA) after completing the
Business Administration Certificate
Level II are advised to elect MATH
1863 (if necessary), MATH 1853 ,
ECON 1013 and ECON 1023 as part
of their certificate program.
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B.
C.
Six (6) credit hours in Humanities or
Languages and six (6) credit hours
from Psychology, Sociology or
Political Science must be completed
within the Business Administration
Certificate Level I requirements and/or
the 30 optional credit hours of
Business Administration Certificate
Level II.
The normal prerequisite will be
waived for students registered in this
program.
CERTIFICATE IN ACCOUNTING
Requirements:
A Certificate in Accounting will be awarded
to individuals who:
a.
achieve a cumulative grade point
average of at least 2.0 over the 34
credit hours required, and
b.
successfully complete (with a C or
better):
BA 1216 Accounting for
Managers I 3 ch
BA 1218 Accounting Lab
BA 1605 Business Decision
Analysis I
(Note C above)
BA 2217 Accounting for
Managers II
BA 3224 Accounting for
Managers III
BA 3235 Intermediate
Accounting I
BA 3236 Intermediate
Accounting II
BA 3425 Managerial Finance
BA 4221 Advanced
Management
Accounting
BA 4223 Accounting
Information Systems
BA 4229 Advanced Accounting
3 ch
BA 4238 Auditing
3 ch
34 ch
1 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
CERTIFICATE IN ELECTRONIC
COMMERCE
Admission to the Certificate in Electronic
Commerce program will require a
minimum of either:
1. 30 credit hours at a recognized post
secondary institution with a minimum
cumulative grade point average of 2.7
(B-) or
2. At least one year's relevant work
experience in the electronic
commerce area to be approved on an
individual basis by the Dean in
consultation with the Electronic
Commerce faculty.
Because the courses offered in this
program are largely upper level, the above
admission criteria will be waived only in
the most exceptional circumstances.
REQUIREMENTS:
A Certificate in Electronic Commerce will
be awarded to individuals who:
a. achieve a cumulative grade point
average of at least 2.0 over the 33
credit hours required, and
b. successfully complete (with a C or
better):
BA 1216 Accounting for
Managers
BA 1504 Introduction to
Organizational
Behaviour
BA 2123 Introduction to
Electronic Commerce
BA 2303 Principles of Marketing
BA 2663 Technology
Fundamentals of
Electronic Commerce
BA 2672 Introduction to
Management
Information Systems
BA 3125 Industry Impact of
Electronic Commerce
BA 3305 Marketing on the
Internet
BA 3718 Legal, Privacy and
Security Issuesin
Electronic Commerce
BA 4506 Organizations and
Electronic Commerce
Plus
3 credit hours of
electives chosen from
the following:
BA 3126 Frontiers in ECommerce I
BA 3328 Consumer Behaviour
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
BA 4108 Management of New
Enterprise
BA 4109 Management of Online
Business
BA 4223 Accounting Information
Systems
BA 4866 Management of
Technology
CS 2773 Java Programming for
the Internet
ICS 2001 Introduction to
Information and
Communication
Studies
Or any other three
hours on approval
Total elective credit
hours
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
33 ch
CERTIFICATE IN HUMAN
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Admission to the Certificate in Human
Resource Management program will
require a minimum of either:
1. 30 credit hours at a recognized
postsecondary institution with a
minimum cumulative grade point
average of 2.7 (B-) or
2. At least two years' relevant work
experience in the human resource
area to be approved on an individual
basis by the Dean in consultation with
Human Resource Management
faculty.
Because the courses offered in this
program are largely upper level, the above
admission criteria will be waived only in
the most exceptional circumstances.
REQUIREMENTS:
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
The Certificate in Human Resource
Management will require the successful
completion of 10 term courses (30 credit
hours) as detailed below. For those
candidates who have already received
credit for more than fifteen credit hours of
required courses, course selections may
be made from the list of electives as
replacements for any credit hours above
fifteen.
A Certificate in Human Resource
Management will be awarded to
individuals who:
a. achieve a cumulative grade point
average of at least 3.0 (B) over 24
credit hours required, (excluding BA
1605 and BA 2606 ); and
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b.
successfully complete (with C or
better):
BA 1504 Introduction to
Organizational
Behaviour
BA 1605 Business Decision
Analysis I (See Note A)
BA 2606 Business Decision
Analysis II
BA 2758 Employment Law
BA 2858 Introduction to Human
Resource
Management
BA 3813 Introduction to
Industrial Relations
BA 4129 Research Methodology
BA 4898 Strategic Human
Resource Policy
Plus 6 credit hours of electives
chosen from the following:
BA 4813 Negotiations and
Dispute Resolution
BA 4853 Recruitment and
Selection
BA 4854 Training and
Development
BA 4855 Compensation
Structure Development
BA 4856 Evaluating and
Rewarding Employee
Performance
BA 4858 International Human
Resource
Management
BA 4866 Management of
Technology
Total elective credit
hours
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
Department of Computer Science and
Applied Statistics
General
Office:
Mailing
Address:
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
3 ch
Phone:
Fax:
Email:
Website:
3 ch
REGULATIONS:
1.
2.
http://www.unbsj.ca/sase/
csas/
FACULTY
Chair:
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•
•
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•
3 ch
•
6 ch
NOTES:
•
The normal prerequisite will be
waived for students registered in this
program.
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This is a four year undergraduate program
leading to a Bachelor of Science in
Computer Science. Both honours and
majors are available through the
specializations. A set of core courses and
some student selected courses comprise
the requirements for the degree. For
general regulations on admission, please
consult the appropriate section of the
University calendar.
3 ch
30 ch
A.
Sir Douglas Hazen Hall,
Room 305
Department of Computer
Science and Applied
Statistics,
University of New
Brunswick,
100 Tucker Park Road,
Saint John, N. B.,
Canada, E2L 4L5
(506) 648-5970
(506) 648-5799
csas@unbsj.ca
CURRICULUM:
Dr. Caryn Thompson
Garey, Lawrence E., BSc (St FX), MA,
PhD (Dal), Prof - 1971
Gupta, R. Dayal, BSc, MSc (Meerut),
MA, PhD (Dal), Prof - 1980
Kaser, Owen, BCSS (Acad), MS, PhD
(SUNY, Stony Brook), Assoc Prof 1993
Light, Janet, BEng (College of Tech.,
Madras), MEng (College of Tech.,
Bharathian), Asst Prof - 2002
Mahanti, Prabhat, BSc (Calc.), MSc,
PhD (Indian Inst. of Technology), Prof
- 2001
Raven, Andrew, BSc, MSc (Guelph),
Instructor - 2003
Shaw, Ruth, BScDA, MScCS, PhD
(UNB), Prof - 1986
Tasse, Josee, BScCS (Montr.), PhD
(McG.), Assoc Prof - 1997
Thompson, Caryn, BScAgr, MSc
(Guelph), PhD (Oregon State), Assoc
Prof & Chair - 2001
Turner, Christopher, BSc (Tor.), MSc
(UNB), PhD (Qu), Instructor - 2003
Webb, Hazel, BScDA (UNB),
Instructor - 2002
3.
The total curriculum consists of a
minimum of 141 credit hours.
For students admitted to the
programme before May 2003, a grade
of C or better is required for
prerequisite programme courses.
Students who fail to attain a C or
better in such a course must repeat it
until that grade level is attained. For
students admitted to the programme
in May 2003 or after, a grade of C or
better is required in all required core
courses, all courses offered for
specializations or honours, and all CS
courses.
Overall, a minimum of 50 ch of upperlevel courses are required.
The basic degree curriculum consists of a
set of core requirements plus elective
courses. It is expected that students will
take four (4) years of study at 5 term
courses per term to complete the program.
The specific requirements are listed below:
MATH 1003
MATH 1013
MATH 2213
STAT 1793
BA 2123
BA 3718
CS 1073
CS 1083
CS 1303
CS 2003
CS 2013
CS 2113
CS 2303
CS 2403
Intro to Calculus I
Intro to Calculus II
Linear Algebra
Intro to Applied Statistics
Intro to Electronic
Commerce
Legal, Privacy, and Security
Issues in Electronic
Commerce
Intro to Computer
Programming in Java
Computer Science
Concepts (Java)
Discrete Structures I
Computer Architecture and
Assembly Programming
Software Engineering I
Scientific Computing
Discrete Structures II
Operating Systems
Principles I
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CS 2803
CS 3323
CS 3813
CS 3913
CS 3983
CS 4613
CS 4983
Switching Theory and
Logical Design
Intro to Data Structures
Computer Organization and
Architecture
Algorithms I
Technical Report I
Programming Languages
Technical Report II
One of:
CS 2503
CS 2513
CS 3123
Intro to Information
Processing
Intro to Information Systems
High-Speed Numerical
Computation
Two of:
CS 3033
CS 3513
CS 4103
CS 4113
CS 4913
CS 5065
Software Design and
Development
Database Management
Systems I
Parallel Processing
Numerical Algorithms
Advanced Scientific
Computing
Theory of Computation
Introduction to Functional
Programming
Mathematics and Statistics Core
Requirement: At least one three credit
hour upper-level MATH/STAT elective
Arts Core Requirements: At least fifteen
credit hours of Arts electives (at least 3ch
beyond first-year level).
Science/Engineering Electives: Nine credit
hours normally taken in the first two years
of the programme.
Other Programme Requirements: Twenty
eight credit hours of free electives.
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION:
The basic degree is obtained by satisfying
the basic curriculum outlined above. In
addition to the basic degree, three
specializations or curriculum options are
described:
1. Specialization in High-Performance
Scientific Computing
2. Specialization in Software
Engineering, and
3. Specialization in Networking
To obtain a specialized degree, students
must complete all required core courses
and all courses in the chosen area of
specialization, and they must obtain a
cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or
greater.
SPECIALIZATION IN HIGHPERFORMANCE SCIENTIFIC
COMPUTING
Required Courses
CS 3113
CS 3123
CS 4103
CS 4113
CS 4123
Introduction to Numerical
Methods
High-Speed Numerical
Computation
Parallel Processing
Numerical Algorithms
Advanced Scientific
Computing
Topics in High-Performance
Scientific Computing and
Visualization
SPECIALIZATION IN SOFTWARE
ENGINEERING
Required Courses
CS 4525
STAT
3093
Database Management
Systems II
Probability and
Mathematical Statistics II
In addition, at least three (3) of the
following four (4) courses must be
completed.
CS 4033
CS 4073
CS 4083
CS 4093
Software Project
Management and Quality
Assurance
Software Process
Improvement
Leading-Edge Technology
in Software Development
Team Software
Development Project
Note: The following courses have to be
selected from the core studies in order to
meet the prerequisites:
CS 3033
CS 3513
STAT
3083
Software Design and
Development
Database Management
Systems I
Probability and
Mathematical Statistics I
Note: The Specialization in Software
Engineering is not an accredited
engineering program and does not lead to
registration as a Professional Engineer.
SPECIALIZATION IN NETWORKING
Required Courses
CS 3893
CS 4843
Computer Networking
Wireless and Mobile
Computing
In addition, at least three (3) of the
following four (4) courses must be
completed.
MATH 3343
CS 3123
CS 4893
CS 4713
Networks and Graphs
High Speed Numerical
Computation
Network Programming
Fundamentals of
Simulation
HONOURS DEGREE CURRICULUM,
BASIC AND SPECIALIZED
Students in the BScCS degree programme
may elect, after their first or second year,
an Honours degree programme, with or
without a specialization. Students who
satisfy the requirements for an honours
and/or specialized degree will have that
designation on their final transcript. The
honours degrees are designed to meet
international ACM/IEEE standards,
preparing students for graduate work at
most North American institutions.
The requirements for the basic BScCS
degree must be met. Within the constraints
of those basic requirements, the student
must complete: CS 4913 : Theory of
Computation CS 3113 : Introduction to
Numerical Methods 15 ch in Science
CS 4xxx (4ch) A fourth year CS elective,
excluding CS 4613 , CS 4993 , and CS
4913 . CS 4993 with a grade of B or better,
in lieu of CS 4983 .
It is recommended that Physics 1000 or
the EE 1713 /Physics 1917 pair be
chosen.
An honours degree with specialization
requires that the student meet the
requirements of both the honours degree
and the specialization. It further requires:
Honours in High-Performance Scientific
Computing: MATH 2503 , STAT 3083 ,
and STAT 3093 . Honours in Software
Engineering: STAT 3703 . Honours in
Networking: no additional courses
required
A cumulative grade point average greater
than or equal to 3.0 is required to achieve
the honours degree. Students who satisfy
the requirements for an Honours degree
will receive "First Class Honours" if their
CGPAs are greater than or equal to 3.5. If
their CGPAs are greater than or equal to
3.0 and less than 3.5, they will receive
"Second Class Honours".
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CERTIFICATE IN COMPUTING
This certificate programme is designed to
provide individuals, especially working
adults, with an opportunity to acquire the
formal background necessary to become
effective participants in the Information
Technology Industry. Since the courses
taken in the Certificate are also
appropriate for the BScCS, students who
later decide to pursue a BScCS will
normally be able to transfer their credits
into that programme.
Although the scheduling of courses cannot
be guaranteed, it is likely that the
Certificate can be completed on a parttime basis in five terms. Typically, the
1000-level courses are available in the
evening.
BACHELOR OF DATA
ANALYSIS
The Data Analysis program is by design an
interdisciplinary program involving core
courses taken primarily from Mathematics,
Statistics, Computer Science and Data
Analysis. The core subjects are
particularly relevant to the collection,
treatment and analysis of data
encountered in other academic disciplines
as well as in business, industry,
government and other areas. Emphasis is
placed on the statistical methods and
modern computing techniques of handling
these data and the design and application
of mathematical models.
This four year degree program is offered in
cooperation and in conjunction with other
Departments on the campus.
Core Courses
CURRICULUM
Introduction to Computing in
Java
CS 1083 Computer Science Concepts
(Java)
CS 1303 Discrete Structures I
CS 2013 Software Engineering I
CS 2513 Introduction to Information
Systems
CS 2617 C/C++ for Programmers
(1ch)
CS 2618 Fortran for Programmers
(1ch)
CS 3323 Introduction to Data
Structures
ICS 2001 Introduction to Information
and Communication Studies
GENERAL REGULATIONS
It is recommended that students read the
General University Regulations, Section B
of the calendar, and in particular the
subsection headed 'Grading System and
Classification.’
The basic curriculum of the degree
consists of a specified set of core courses
and a set of regulations governing the
choice of others. A student's program is
chosen in consultation with a faculty
advisor.
I. Required Courses
MATH 1003 , 1013 , 2003 ; at least one of
MATH 2013 , 2213 ; STAT 1793 , 3083 ,
3093 ; DA 4993 ; CS 1073 , 1083 , 1303 ,
2013 , 3113 ; at least one of CS 2113 , DA
3053 .
II. Regulations Governing Course
Selection
1.
At least 12 ch of courses selected
from CS 3033 , 3323 , 3513 , 3813 ,
3913 , 4033 .
2.
At least 6 ch of courses selected from
DA 4203 , 4243 , STAT 3703 , 4043 ,
4703 .
Electives :(At least 12ch required)
Electives may be chosen from any of the
2000-, 3000-, or 4000-level Computer
Science courses. CS 2773 is an
acceptable elective, although it cannot be
credited toward a later BScCS or BCS or
BDA degree.
At least 12 ch of upper level courses
in a single discipline other than
Mathematics, Computer Science,
Statistics, and Data Analysis.
7.
At least 30 ch of additional credits,
chosen in consultation with the
Department of Computer Science and
Applied Statistics or the Department
of Mathematical Sciences.
8.
For students admitted to the
programme before May 2003, a grade
of C or better is required in any CS,
MATH, STAT, or DA course used as a
prerequisite. Effective for students
admitted to the programme in May
2003 or after, a grade of C or better is
required in all required courses, all
courses selected under II.1 - II.6, all
courses used toward a major, and all
CS, MATH, STAT, or DA courses.
An example of what would typically be
taken by a student in the first year of the
degree program follows
MATH 1003 Intro to
(1st term)
Calculus I
MATH 1013 Intro to
(2nd term)
Calculus II
CS 1303
Discrete
(1st term)
Structures I
CS 1073
Intro to
(1st term)
Computer
Programming
in Java
CS 1083
Computer
(2nd term)
Science
Concepts
(Java)
Plus electives equivalent to 5 term
courses.
Computer Science Major
A student in the BDA degree who wishes
to major in Computer Science must
complete the following courses:
a.
MATH 2213
b.
CS 2003 , 2303 , 2403 , 2803 , 3323 ,
3513 , 3813 , 3913 , 4613
3.
At least 6 ch of courses selected from c.
DA 4123 , MATH 3703 , 3303 , 3343 .
4.
At least 9 ch of additional credits
chosen from upper level Computer
Science, Data Analysis, Mathematics
and Statistics courses.
Three upper-level CS or DA courses
chosen in consultation with the
Department of Computer Science and
Applied Statistics. These courses are
in addition to those in (a)-(b). CS 3893
and CS 4525 highly recommended.
5.
At least 6 ch from each of two
disciplines' offerings excluding
A grade of C or better is required in all
courses credited toward the Certificate.
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6.
GENERAL INFORMATION
The Certificate is also available to students
who do not meet the entrance
requirements of the BScCS; in fact, there
are no specific entrance requirements
except the formal approval of the
Department of Computer Science &
Applied Statistics. However, students who
do not have NB Advanced Math 120 will
have to pass Math 1863 before they take
the required CS courses.
CS 1073
Mathematics, Computer Science,
Statistics, and Data Analysis.
SAINT JOHN ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
Economics Major
A student in the BDA degree who wishes
to major in Economics must complete a
minimum of 36 ch in Economics as
follows:
a.
ECON 1013 , 1023 , 2013 , 2023 ,
3013 , 3023
b.
At least 18 ch in additional upper level
Economics courses, to be chosen in
consultation with the Department of
Social Sciences.
Mathematics Major
A student in the BDA degree who wishes
to major in Mathematics must complete a
minimum of 48 ch in Mathematics or
approved substitutes as follows:
a.
MATH 1003 , 1013 , 2003 , 2013 ,
2203 , 2213
CERTIFICATE IN DATA ANALYSIS
The Certificate in Data Analysis is offered
to afford individuals an opportunity to study
the basic skills in mathematics, statistics,
computer science and data analysis. The
program will be of particular interest to
those who wish to gain an insight into the
way in which computer programs are
developed and how they can be used
effectively in the analysis of both scientific
and business data.
Subject to the General Regulations listed
below, the certificate program is open to all
interested individuals. There are no
specific academic prerequisites, but only a
desire and willingness on the part of each
student to engage in learning at a
university level.
All courses in the certificate program (with
the exception of MATH 1863 ) are degree
credit courses and, subject to any
minimum grade requirements, can be
used as credit courses in the Bachelor of
Data Analysis degree.
b.
MATH 3213 , 3713 , 3733 , STAT
3083 , 3093
c.
At least five upper level
Mathematics courses. A
maximum of two courses from CS
A certificate will be awarded to a student
3113 , DA 4123 , and an upper
level Statistics course may count upon successful completion of the
program.
toward the five courses.
In addition, at least two courses in
Computer Science are required.
General Regulations
1.
Each person entering the program
must have the approval of the
Department of Computer Science and
Applied Statistics or the Department
of Mathematical Sciences.
A student in the BDA degree who wishes
to major in Statistics must complete a
minimum of 48 ch in Statistics or approved
substitutes as follows:
2.
A maximum of 12 ch or the equivalent
may be transferred from another
degree or similar program, whether
taken at this university or elsewhere.
a.
MATH 1003 , 1013 , 1703 , 2003 ,
2013 , 2213 , STAT 1793
3.
b.
MATH 3713 , 3733 , STAT 3083 ,
3093
A certificate will not be awarded to a
student enrolled for a degree but
students who have withdrawn from an
undergraduate degree program may
apply for the certificate.
c.
At least five upper level Statistics
courses. A maximum of two courses
from DA 4203 , 4243 and an upper
level Mathematics course may count
towards the five courses.
4.
Normally a student must have grade
12 mathematics to enter the program.
Math 1863 may be taken as one of the
optional courses in the certificate
program by those students who do not
have grade 12 mathematics from high
school or feel that they are weak in
the subject. It should be noted that
MATH 1863 does not count as a credit
course in the BDA degree.
5.
To earn a certificate a student must
successfully complete 34 ch in
approved courses specified for the
certificate and must achieve a grade
point average of at least 2.0. It should
be noted that students must obtain a
Note: Suggested elective for first year is
STAT 1793 (or equivalent).
Statistics Major
At least two courses in Computer Science
are required.
grade of C or better in certain courses
if they are to be used as prerequisites
for subsequent courses.
Requirements
Students must complete at least 34 ch as
follows:
1. MATH 1003: Intro to Calculus I 3 ch
STAT 1793: Intro to Applied
3 ch
Statistics
CS 1073 :
Intro to Computer 4 ch
Programming in
Java
2. One of:
CS 2513 :
Intro to
4 ch
Information
Systems
DA 2503 :
Packaged
4 ch
Software Decision
Aids
3. At least 9 ch chosen from
MATH 1013: Intro to Calculus II 3 ch
MATH 1703: Discrete
4 ch
Structures I
CS 1083 :
Computer
4 ch
Science Concepts
(Java)
CS 2013 :
Software
4 ch
Engineering I
CS 2503 :
Intro to
4 ch
Information
Processing
Other choices may be approved in
consultation with the Department of
Computer Science and Applied
Statistics or the Department of
Mathematical Sciences.
4. Sufficient additional credits, chosen in
consultation with the Department of
Computer Science and Applied
Statistics or the Department of
Mathematical Sciences, to bring the
total to 34 ch.
Further information may be obtained by
contacting the Department of Compute