Academic and Career Entrance
Credential: Week Certificate
Delivery: Continuous Intake
Length: 1 Semester
Duration: 1 Year
Effective: Fall 2023, Winter 2024, Summer 2024
Location: All Campuses
Students work toward a credential equivalent to Grade 12 for entrance to all Ontario Colleges, apprenticeship training, and employment. To receive a full Academic Career and Entrance Certificate, students are required to complete Communications and Core Mathematics plus two additional courses based on the students' goals. Individual courses may also be taken separately for credit.
Future opportunities may include post-secondary studies, skills training, apprenticeship training, or direct entry opportunities into the job market.
Program Learning Outcomes
The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to:
1. interpret information, ideas and styles of a variety of informational texts, media works, and literary pieces;
2. produce unified and effective written work using a range of organizational structures and credible sources of information;
3. practice oral communication with a focus on reviewing, summarizing, using parallel structure, and sustaining an appropriate tone;
4. produce media using a variety of sources;
5. develop mathematical problem solving strategies that provide the means to arrive at numeric and algebraic solutions in a structured manner;
6. determine the relationship between variables in order to collect, organize, and display data appropriately;
7. use measurement, formulas, and estimation in a variety of applications;
8. examine the relationship between an equation and its visual representation;
Fall Intake - All Campuses
Winter Intake - All Campuses
Summer Intake - All Campuses
This program is for adult learners who are Ontario residents.
Applicants will be admitted to this program based on program eligibility requirements and the applicant’s assessment results in mathematics and communications.
Applicants for this program must be able to receive instruction and respond in the English language and may be required to complete the Canadian Language Benchmark Assessment and achieve Benchmark 7 in Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing Descriptors.
Hours may vary depending on the student’s initial assessment and their goal.
2 Program Courses
2 Program Option Courses
The passing grade for all courses is 50%. Additionally, a student must attain an overall program average of 70% in order to graduate with an Academic and Career Entrance certificate.
|AACE 1000||Academic and Career Entrance Communications||84|
|AACE 1003||Academic and Career Entrance Core Mathematics||84|
|Select 2 courses from the available list during registration.||84|
|Note: Course hours are dependent on the goal path and individual learner plan for each student.|
|Program options may include:|
|AACE 1001||Academic and Career Entrance Computers|
|AACE 1002||Academic and Career Entrance Keys to Success|
|AACE 1004||Academic and Career Entrance Business Mathematics|
|AACE 1005||Academic and Career Entrance Apprenticeship Mathematics|
|AACE 1006||Academic and Career Entrance Technical Mathematics|
|AACE 1007||Academic and Career Entrance Biology|
|AACE 1008||Academic and Career Entrance Chemistry|
|AACE 1009||Academic and Career Entrance Physics|
Disclaimer: The information in this document is correct at the time of publication. Academic content of programs and courses is revised on an ongoing basis to ensure relevance to changing educational objectives and employment market needs.
Program outlines may be subject to change in response to emerging situations, in order to facilitate student achievement of the learning outcomes required for graduation. Components such as courses, progression, coop work terms, placements, internships and other requirements may be delivered differently than published.