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Sending Institution Receiving Institution  
New Brunswick Community College St. Thomas University  
Document Diploma in Human Services
Bachelor of Arts
General university policies will apply with respect to transfer credits for the Bachelor of Arts program.
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New Brunswick Community College University of New Brunswick - Fredericton Campus  
Document CNST1001
Document SECU1221
Document CNST1017
Document LEGL1002
Document Civil - Architectural or Highway & Municipal
CE3603 Construction Engineering I
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering)
Equivalent courses from NBCC's Civil Engineering Technology programs into the Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering) program at UNB
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Document GEOT1009
Document Civil - Highway & Municipal
CE3123 Foundation Engineering I
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering)
Equivalent courses from NBCC's Civil Engineering Technology programs into the Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering) program at UNB
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Document CNST1002
Document CNST1003
Document SECU1221
Document CNST1017
Document LEGL1003
Document Civil - Construction Management
CE3603 Construction Engineering I
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering)
Equivalent courses from NBCC's Civil Engineering Technology programs into the Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering) program at UNB
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Document RDCR1000
Document Civil - Highway & Municipal
CE5212 Technical Elective
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering)
Equivalent courses from NBCC's Civil Engineering Technology programs into the Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering) program at UNB
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Document CPTC1008
Document ARCH1014
Document COMM1000
Document Civil - Construction Management
ENGG1003 Engineering Tech Comm
ENGG1015 Design & Problem Solving
ENGG1001 Engineering Practice
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering)
Equivalent courses from NBCC's Civil Engineering Technology programs into the Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering) program at UNB
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Document ARCH1014
Document PROJ1028
Document COMM1000
Document Civil - Building Systems
ENGG1001 Engineering Practice
ENGG1015 Design & Problem Solving
ENGG1003 Engineering Tech Comm
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering)
Equivalent courses from NBCC's Civil Engineering Technology programs into the Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering) program at UNB
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Document Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT)
Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science (BMLS)
The BMLS degree requires completion of the MLT program either prior to or after completion of 84 credit hours of courses at UNB. For graduation, students must have completed the UNB portion of the degree as well as 2.5 years of the MLT program at NBCC-SJ
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Document GEOT1008
Document Civil - Highway & Municipal
CE2113 Soil Mechanics I
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering)
Equivalent courses from NBCC's Civil Engineering Technology programs into the Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering) program at UNB
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Document ARCH1014
Document SAAL1106
Document COMM1000
Document Civil - Structural
ENGG1001, 1003, 1015 Engineering Practice, Engineering Tech Comm, Design & Problem Solving
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering)
Equivalent courses from NBCC's Civil Engineering Technology programs into the Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Civil Engineering) program at UNB
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