Many students complete the two-year diploma program and continue on to other college and university programs with advanced standing if they meet the grade point average and admission requirements for those programs. Our curriculum helps students to develop the academic background, skills and discipline required to succeed in those programs.
Many others prefer to enter the world of work directly from the program. An education in the liberal arts and sciences is valued in many workplaces. Our program helps students to develop the advanced communication and critical thinking skills required in the world of work, particularly for careers that encourage on-the-job professional development.
Articulation Agreement The General Arts and Science (R101) two-year diploma program has articulation agreements with the University of Toronto, Bishop's University, Athabasca University, Royal Roads University, Vancouver Island University, Buffalo State University, and the University of Sussex Law program. Students can transfer credits earned in the R101 program and use them towards a university degree. Students should be aware of any program-specific and institutional requirements at the universities to which they are applying.
Future Study Options
NEW EXCITING OPPORTUNITY to the University of Toronto!
The R101 Diploma program has a new pathway to university studies! Graduates with a program GPA of 3.0 or higher may be eligible for admission to the Faculty of Arts and Science at the University of Toronto with 6.0 transfer credits. Eligible students also have the opportunity to enroll in spring/summer course(s) at U of T, after completing Semester 2, and earn additional course credits towards their degree, please contact Maurizio Dodaro, the Program Coordinator (email@example.com) or GAS@georgebrown.ca for more information.
Vocation-specific college studies: Students who meet the grade point average (GPA) requirements may be granted exemptions or advanced standing in other college programs, depending on the length of their studies, their grades, the college and the program requirements.
University transfer options: After two years of full-time studies, students who meet the GPA requirements may gain admission to many university Liberal Arts and Humanities programs, usually with transfer credits equivalent to at least one year of university studies, depending on their grades, the university and the program requirements. Students should be aware of any program-specific and institutional requirements at the universities to which they are considering applying. There are articulation agreements with other post-secondary institutions for degree completion and professional credentials – for specific details, please see the program website at georgebrown.ca/generalartsandscience
Other: Graduates of this program may qualify for entry into the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) program at the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom and into George Brown’s degree programs in business, hospitality and technology. For specific requirements, see georgebrown.ca/generalartsandscience