EAP (English for Academic Purpose) @ Algonquin College

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Happy New Year 2019!

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Happy New Year 2018 !

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저희 오타와 유학원 홈페이지를 방문 해 주신 여러분께 감사드리고,

새해 복 많이 받으시라 전합니다.^^

새로운 꿈과 희망을 품으신 여러분들께 캐나다 유학 후 이민 이라는 새로운 도전장을 제안

해 드립니다.

고등학교 이상의 학력을 가지신 분이라면 얼마든지 도전 하실 수 있습니다.

Algonquin College 의  EAP program (어학연수) + 정규 2 years 이상의 Full-time Program

을 마치고 나시면 캐나다 정부에 3년의 워크 퍼밋 (Post-Graduation Work Permit)을 신청

하실 수 있습니다.

워커로 1년이상 풀 타임으로 일 하신 후 IELTS 를 Level 5 이상으로 통과 하시고 나면

이민 신청을 하실 수 있고 자격만 갖추어지면 Invitation Letter를 받아 이민 신청을 하실 수

있답니다.

최근 저와 함께 일하던 중국인 코워커가 이런 과정으로 이민이 되었답니다.^^

젊으신 분이라면 나이 점수에서 100점을 얻을 수 있다는 것이 가장 큰 장점이라 할 수

있더라고요.

여러분들도 도전 해 보십시요.

저는 알곤퀸 컬리지의 에이전트로서 여러분들의 도전을 도와 드릴 수 있습니다.

학교 입학과 비자 발급 신청, 정착 서비스 등등 여러 가지로 여러분 옆에서 도와 드리고

있습니다.^^

Jane 블로그 명함

한국의 청소년을 위한 2017 Summer Camp Program at Algonquin College 탄생

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알곤퀸 컬리지에서 청소년을 위한 특별 여름 방학 캠프를 마련 했습니다.

기간은 7월 3일 ~ 7월 28일까지 4주간의 프로그램인데요.

캐나다의 컬리지(대학)에서 열리는 특별한 프로그램의 기회를 한 번 잡아 보시라 권해 드립니다.

아래 프로그램과 비용을 잘 살펴 보시고,

원하시는 분들은 ottawaeduservice@gmail.com 으로 연락 주세요?^^

사실 이런 기회가 흔치 않은데 정말 좋은 기회라 생각 되네요.^^

Office Administration – Medical 2 years Diploma

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Office Administration – Medical

Ontario College Diploma
2 Year(s)

Program Code: 0210F01FWO
Academic Year: 2015/2016


Learn the unique procedures and practices of health care offices for a career as a Medical Office Assistant

As a student in the Office Administration – Medical program at Algonquin College you’ll learn how to effectively manage a medical office. Emphasis is placed on areas unique to health care, such as confidentiality, professional ethics, privacy and patient relations.

Your studies will cover:

  • Medical procedures
  • Billing
  • Scheduling
  • Patient management
  • Records management
  • Transcription
  • Terminology
  • Medical documents and correspondence, in both standard production format and e-health applications.

In the third and fourth semesters, students participate in field assignments to help develop their practical skills. You’ll participate in office simulations to help you gain an understanding of day-to-day office operations and develop your problem-solving skills.

Mobile DeviceBring Your Own Device (BYOD): As a student in this on-campus program, you will require a mobile computing device that meets the specifications outlined by the college ( http://algonquincollege.com/byod) AND by your program.

PLEASE NOTE that in the School of Business there are certain programs where it is mandatory for the students to have a Windows-based computer as the software applications used in the program do not run effectively on other platforms (even when running via Parallels on Mac).

These programs include:

Financial Services (1308X); Business Accounting (0214C); Professional Accounting (1340X); BAUD Accounting (0216A); Office Administration (0210A, 0210X, 0210B, 0210F)

Our Program

This two-year Ontario College Diploma program prepares students to become medical office assistants who are able to work in a variety of healthcare office environments. 

The program consists of four levels. Levels 01 and 02 are the Office Administration – General Ontario College Certificate program. Levels 03 and 04 focus on development of skills and medical administration practices. Emphasis is placed on the practical demands of the job, as well as confidentiality, professional ethics, privacy and patient relations. Students participate in office simulations where they experience realistic situations in the areas of medical procedures, billing, scheduling, patient management, records management, transcription, accounting practices, terminology and medical documents and correspondence, in both standard production format and e-health applications. All students undertake a mandatory field assignment in Medical Office Procedures to integrate theoretical medical office assistant knowledge. Students participate in office simulations where they deal with realistic situations and develop high-level word processing, presentation, internet, email, database, accounting, spreadsheet and EMR skills in a network environment. In Level 04, students who meet established criteria have the opportunity to participate in a field placement. 

Graduates may find employment in environments, such as medical clinics, hospitals, chiropractic offices, dental offices, physicians` offices and laboratories. 

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): Students are expected to have and use a laptop when registered in this on-campus program. Hardware and software specifications required by your program are outlined at http://algonquincollege.com/byod. Mobile devices/laptops and supplies can be purchased directly from Algonquin`s New Technology Store at educational rates. 

SUCCESS FACTORS: 

This program is well-suited for students who:

  • Have a strong interest in the healthcare field.
  • Have an interest and aptitude in computer and technology applications and enjoy a hands-on approach to learning.
  • Possess good communication (written, verbal, technology) and interpersonal abilities.
  • Are well-organized, pay attention to detail, work effectively under time constraints, multitask and work with minimal supervision.
  • Are able to sit for extended periods of time.

 

Your Career

Graduates may find employment as medical office assistants in a variety of healthcare environments. 

Learning Outcomes

The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to: 

1. Apply scheduling, task coordination and organizational skills to facilitate the completion of tasks and to meet deadlines in the medical environment. 
2. Establish and maintain data management systems to organize electronic and paper records for the e-health environment. 
3. Coordinate the organizing, processing and responding to electronic and paper communications to facilitate the flow of information in the e-health environment. 
4. Create accurate financial and billing records for the medical environment within a specified time frame by compiling information and using appropriate software. 
5. Create time-sensitive and accurate medical documents, correspondence, records and reports by a specific deadline in an e-health office environment using available computer technology as well as by applying terminology, transcribing, editing and language skills. 
6. Use effective interpersonal skills in the medical environment to assist the completion of individual and team tasks, to ensure effective client service and to promote the image of the organization. 
7. Troubleshoot and show initiative in the creation and production of accurate,organized medical documents within a specified time frame. 
8. Provide technical support and training related to computer software to others in the medical environment as required. 
9. Use the Internet and its tools in a medical environment to enhance communication and business opportunities. 
10. Perform administrative skills to enhance the effective operation of the workplace. 
11. Identify and apply discipline-specific factors that contribute to the local and global community through social responsibility, economic commitment and environmental stewardship.

Courses

Programs at Algonquin College are delivered using a variety of instruction modes. Courses may be offered in the classroom or lab, entirely online, or in a hybrid mode which combines classroom sessions with online learning activities. Upon registration, each full-time student is provided an Algonquin email account which is used to communicate important information about program or course events.

Level: 01 Hours
ENL1962 English Fundamentals 45.0
GEN1001M Ethics: What Is the Big Deal? 45.0
OFF2275 Document Production I 75.0
OFF2373 Administrative Procedures 45.0
OFF2377 Presentation Software 60.0
QUA2227 Business Math Foundations 45.0
Level: 02 Hours
ENL1813B Communications I 45.0
OFF2276 Document Production II 75.0
OFF2300 Advanced Word Processing 60.0
OFF2378 Interpersonal Relations 45.0
OFF2395 Spreadsheet Applications (Oa) 45.0
Choose one from equivalencies: Hours
GED0210 General Education Elective 45.0
Level: 03 Hours
OFF2279 Desktop Publishing 60.0
OFF2299 Medical Office Procedures 45.0
OFF2302 Medical Terminology I 45.0
OFF2306 Medical Transcription I 30.0
OFF2400 Medical Document Production I 90.0
English General Education Elective: choose 1 Hours
ENL1725 Popular Canadian Literature 45.0
ENL1726 Artistic Expression 45.0
ENL1798 Contemporary Canadian Issues 45.0
ENL1825 Communication Dynamics 45.0
ENL1829 The Art of Oratory 45.0
Level: 04 Hours
OFF0029 Accounting Practices for Administrative Assistants 60.0
OFF2291 Database and Project Management 60.0
OFF2303 Medical Billing 45.0
OFF2304 Medical Transcription II 30.0
OFF2305 Medical Terminology II 45.0
OFF2401 Medical Document Production II 90.0

 

Fees & Expenses

Total Fees for the first year of the program: 

Domestic tuition/ancillary fees: $4,447.94. * 

International tuition/ancillary Fees: $13,997.94. * 

* Amounts include tuition fee, program specific lab and material fees. Students` Association fees and compulsory ancillary fees. Fees are subject to change. For detailed fees information please visit http://www.algonquincollege.com/ro/pay/tuition-and-expenses 

Note: For further information regarding your books, please visit http://www.algonquincollege.com/etexts 

Books and supplies cost approximately $1200 per year and can be purchased at the campus store. 

Admission Requirements 
2016/2017
2015/2016

Program Eligibility

Direct Entry to Second Year: Students who have completed Algonquin`s Office Administration – General Ontario College Certificate program, or equivalent, will be admitted directly into second year. Interested applicants should contact the Financial, Office and Legal Studies Department. Students may commence in Level 03 or Level 04. 

 

Application Information

Applications to full-time day programs must be submitted with official transcripts showing completion of the academic admission requirements through: 
ontariocolleges.ca 
60 Corporate Court 
Guelph, ON 
N1G 5J3 
1-888-892-2228 

Applications are available online at ontariocolleges.ca . A $95 fee applies. 

Applications for Fall Term, Winter Term and Spring Term admission received by February 1 will be given equal consideration. Applications received after February 1 will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis as long as places are available. 

International applicants applying from out-of-country can obtain the International Student Application Form

 

 

 

 

Architectural Technician- 2 years College Diploma

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Architectural Technician

Ontario College Diploma
2 Year(s)

Program Code: 0188X01FWO
Academic Year: 2015/2016


The Architectural Technician program at Algonquin College is a two-year Ontario College Diploma Program, accredited by the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB).

Students train for a career in construction document preparation in the construction and architectural fields, with a focus on working drawings, construction methods and materials, building science and computer-aided drafting.

Mobile DeviceBring Your Own Device (BYOD): As a student in this on-campus program, you will require a mobile computing device that meets the specifications outlined by your program athttp://algonquincollege.com/byod

(Please note this was previously referred to as a Mobile Learning Program)

Another Mobile Device ImageeTextbooks: As a student in a program that has adopted etextbooks, your required texts and digital resources will be provided to you at the beginning of each term (with the exception of general education electives). For more information and associated fees, go tohttp://www.algonquincollege.com/etextbooks/

Our Program

This two-year Ontario College Diploma program, accredited by the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board (CTAB) under the National Technology Benchmarks, prepares students for a career in construction document preparation in the construction and architectural fields. The curriculum focuses on working drawings, construction methods and materials, building science and computer-assisted design and drafting. 

This program offers one cooperative education (Co-op) Work Term(s) option. Qualified students with a minimum GPA of 2.7, have the opportunity to apply for paid co-op employment to gain valuable work experience and networks within industry. *See Additional Information for more details. 

Upon completion of the program, students may qualify for admission into Level 05 of the Architectural Technology program and opt for a second co-op work term. 

Student Commitment: Acquiring the necessary knowledge and skills to meet the requirements of this program demands a serious effort and focus by students. A strong commitment of dedication and discipline, as well as time and energy over-and-above classroom hours is required for students to successfully complete the program. 

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): Students are expected to have and use a laptop or mobile computing device when registered in this on-campus program. Hardware and software specifications required by your program are outlined at http://algonquincollege.com/byod. Mobile devices/laptops and supplies can be purchased directly from Algonquin`s New Technology Store at educational rates.

SUCCESS FACTORS 

This program is well-suited for students who:

  • Think visually and creatively.
  • Are detail-oriented, organized and committed to achieving excellence in their work.
  • Are creative and enjoy solving problems.
  • Thrive in a dynamically-driven environment.

 

Your Career

Graduates may find employment in architects` offices, with contractors in a number of capacities, in a drafting service office, as building material sales representatives, in facilities management, and in municipal, provincial and federal agencies dealing with construction, real estate and planning. 

Learning Outcomes

The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to: 

1. Communicate with clients, contractors, other building professionals, and approval authorities. 
2. Assist in the preparation, reading, and interpretation of drawings, and other graphical representations used in building projects. 
3. Read and assist in the preparation of specifications and other project documents used in design and construction. 
4. Assist in the preparation of estimates of time, costs, and quantity. 
5. Assist in solving technical problems related to building projects through the application of principles of building science and mathematics. 
6. Collaborate with members of the building team. 
7. Assist in the development of architectural designs. 
8. Review and assist in the preparation of site planning documents. 
9. Comply with the legal and ethical requirements of an architectural technician in the practice of building design and construction. 
10. Assist in the assessment of buildings related to repurposing and renovation projects. 
11. Ensure personal safety in the workplace. 
12. Identify sustainable design and building practices. 
13. Use current and emerging technology to support building projects. 
14. Assist in the administration of the construction phase of building projects. 
15. Identify and apply discipline-specific practices that contribute to the local and global community through social responsibility, economic commitment and environmental stewardship.

Courses

Programs at Algonquin College are delivered using a variety of instruction modes. Courses may be offered in the classroom or lab, entirely online, or in a hybrid mode which combines classroom sessions with online learning activities. Upon registration, each full-time student is provided an Algonquin email account which is used to communicate important information about program or course events.

Level: 01 Hours
ARC8401 Working Drawings I 75.0
ARC8421 Construction Methods and Materials I 45.0
CAD8407 Architectural Cad I 45.0
DSN8401 Visual Communication I 45.0
ENL1813T Communications I 45.0
GED2012 Achieving Success in the 21st Century 45.0
MAT8050 Geometry and Trigonometry 45.0
Level: 02 Hours
ARC8402 Working Drawings II 75.0
ARC8422 Construction Methods and Materials II 45.0
BSC8451 Environmental Systems I 45.0
CAD8409 Architectural Cad II 45.0
DSN8402 Visual Communication II 45.0
HIS8482 History of Architecture 45.0
MAT8051 Algebra 45.0
Co-op: 01 Hours
WKT2101 Work Term 1 (optional) (Fall Start Date Only) 0.0
Level: 03 Hours
ARC8403C Working Drawings III 75.0
ARC8423 Construction Methods and Materials III 45.0
ARC8430 Codes and Standards 45.0
BSC8452 Environmental Systems II 45.0
CAD8414 Revit Architecture I 45.0
DSN8441 Design I 45.0
Co-op: 01 Hours
WKT2101 Work Term 1 (optional) (Winter Start Date Only) 0.0
Choose one from equivalencies: Hours
GED0188 General Education Elective 45.0
Level: 04 Hours
ARC8404C Working Drawings IV 75.0
ARC8424 Construction Methods and Materials IV 45.0
ARC8510 Construction Documentation I 45.0
CAD8415 Revit Architecture II 45.0
DSN8442 Design II 45.0
ENG8491 Structures I 45.0
ENL2019T Technical Communication for Engineering Technologies 45.0

 

Fees & Expenses

Total Fees for the first year of the program: 

Domestic tuition/ancillary fees: $5,272.94. * 

International tuition/ancillary Fees: $14,822.94. * 

* Amounts include tuition fee, program specific lab and material fees, applicable e-text fees, Students` Association fees and compulsory ancillary fees. Fees are subject to change. For detailed fees information please visit http://www.algonquincollege.com/ro/pay/tuition-and-expenses 

Note: For further information regarding your books, please visithttp://www.algonquincollege.com/etexts 

Books and supplies cost approximately $1200 in the first year and $450 in the second and third year. Most supplies can be purchased at the campus store. Seewww.algonquincollege.com/etextbooks for more information about books. Students are expected to purchase CSA-approved safety footwear and safety glasses, which are required at the start of the term. 

This is a Mobile Learning Program. As a student in this program you require a laptop computer. View the Mobile Learning Requirements for hardware and software on the Architectural Technician program website: 
http://www2.algonquincollege.com/acce/program/architectural-technician

Admission Requirements 
2016/2017
2015/2016

College Eligibility

  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an OSSD showing senior English and/or Mathematics courses at the Basic Level, or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their 
    eligibility for admission; OR
  • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR
  • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR
  • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for which a fee of $50 (subject to change) will be charged.

Program Eligibility

  • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent).
  • Mathematics, (Grade 12 MAP4C with a grade of 60% or higher) or (Grade 11 MCF3M with a grade of 50% or higher) or equivalent.
  • Applicants who have been out of school for a period of time are encouraged to take a refresher course in mathematics and/or basic computer skills prior to the start of classes. Refresher/upgrading courses are available through Academic Upgrading courses, the Centre for Continuing and Online Learning and through local school boards.
  • Applicants with International transcripts must provide proof of the 
    subject specific requirements noted above along with proof of either: 

    IELTS-International English Language Testing Service-Overall band of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each band. 

    OR 

    TOEFL-Internet-based (iBT)-overall 80, with the minimum of 20 in each component: Reading: 20; Listening: 20` Speaking: 20; Writing: 20.

Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. 

 

Application Information

Applications to full-time day programs must be submitted with official transcripts showing completion of the academic admission requirements through: 

ontariocolleges.ca 
60 Corporate Court 
Guelph, Ontario 
N1G 5J3 
1-888-892-2228 

Students currently enrolled in an Ontario secondary school should contact their Guidance Office to apply. For all other applicants, applications are available online atwww.ontariocolleges.ca. A $95 fee applies. 

Applications for Fall Term, Winter Term and Spring Term admission received by February 1 will be given equal consideration. Applications received after February 1 will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis as long as places are available. 

Note: International applicants applying from out-of-country can obtain the International Student Application Form at https://xweb.algonquincollege.com/FormIE/index.aspx or by contacting the Registrar`s Office. 

For further information on the admissions process, contact: 

Registrar`s Office 
Algonquin College 
1385 Woodroffe Avenue 
Room C150 
Ottawa, ON K2G 1V8 
Telephone: 613-727-0002 
Toll-free: 1-800-565-4723 
TTY: 613-727-7766 
Fax: 613-727-7632 
Email: AskUs@algonquincollege.com 

Additional Information

*Co-op is a real-world job search process requiring students to apply, interview, and earn jobs rather than being placed by the College. In the term prior to the co-operative education (Co-op) Work Team, students are required to independently complete online modules that assist with resume and cover letter writing, and interview technique preparation. Students must actively conduct a self-directed job search and are responsible to secure approved program related paid co-op employment. Students compete for co-op positions alongside students from Algonquin and other Canadian and international colleges and universities. Algonquin College`s Co-op Office provides assistance in developing co-op opportunities and facilitates the overall process but does not guarantee that a student will obtain employment in a co-operative education (Co-op) Work Term. Co-op employment opportunities requiring relocation may be considered, and are subject to departmental approval with the understanding that all associated expenses are incurred by students e.g. travel, work permits/visa applications, accommodation, etc. 
Cooperative eduction (Co-op) Work Terms are typically four months in duration and are completed during a term when students are currently not studying on campus. For details on study-work progressions for specific programs, please visithttp://www.algonquincollege.com/coop. For student with a Fall start date, the co-op work term is at the end of Level 02 and for students with a Winter start date, the co-op work term is at the end of Level 03. 

Students who have completed all course requirements equivalent to the Architectural Technician program of study are eligible to apply to Level 05 of the Architectural Technology program. 

Architectural Technician graduates may apply to the Green Architecture Ontario College Graduate Certificate program. Graduates may also be eligible for advanced standing in Algonquin College`s Bachelor of Building Science degree program. 

Students who begin Level 01 in January take Level 02 in the Fall term. 

 

 

Construction Engineering Technician- 2 years College Diploma

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Construction Engineering Technician

Ontario College Diploma
2 Year(s)

Program Code: 0190X01FWO
Academic Year: 2015/2016


The Construction Engineering Technician program at Algonquin College is a comprehensive introduction to a variety of aspects of the construction industry.

Mobile DeviceBring Your Own Device (BYOD): As a student in this on-campus program, you will require a mobile computing device that meets the specifications outlined by your program athttp://algonquincollege.com/byod

(Please note this was previously referred to as a Mobile Learning Program)

Another Mobile Device ImageeTextbooks: As a student in a program that has adopted etextbooks, your required texts and digital resources will be provided to you at the beginning of each term (with the exception of general education electives). For more information and associated fees, go tohttp://www.algonquincollege.com/etextbooks/

Our Program

This two-year Ontario College Diploma program is a comprehensive introduction to a variety of aspects of the construction industry. It is a blend of theory and practice comprising of courses, such as surveying, construction materials, estimating, and construction documentation and positions graduates to pursue careers in residential or commercial construction. In addition, the program has strong ties to the local construction industry and is supported by an advisory committee made up of local industry leaders. 

This program offers one cooperative education (Co-op) Work Term(s) option. Qualified students with a minimum GPA of 2.7, have the opportunity to apply for paid co-op employment to gain valuable work experience and networks within industry. * See Additional information for more details. 

Successful students may opt for a third year of studies including a second optional co-op work term, to also achieve an Ontario College Advanced Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology. 

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): Students are expected to have and use a laptop or mobile computing device when registered in this on-campus program. Hardware and software specifications required by your program are outlined at http://algonquincollege.com/byod. Mobile devices/laptops and supplies can be purchased directly from Algonquin`s New Technology Store at educational rates. 

SUCCESS FACTORS 

This program is well-suited for students who:

  • Can work independently to contribute to problems-solving teams.
  • Enjoy using math and physics to solve technical problems.
  • Seek opportunities to specialize in their career.
  • Want to make a lasting difference in their community.

 

Your Career

Graduates may find employment in many areas of the construction industry, including cost estimating of residential, commercial, and civil projects, surveying, project management, building inspection, materials testing and quality control and construction inspection. 

Learning Outcomes

The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to: 

1. Collect, interpret, and appropriately apply information from past construction projects including graphics, reports, performance and productivity analyses, and other documents. 
2. Assist in the preparation of accurate estimates of time, cost, quality and quantity; tenders; and bids. 
3. Contribute to the collecting, processing, interpreting, and applying of survey and layout information related to construction projects. 
4. Communicate construction project-related information effectively and accurately by interpreting and producing data in graphic, oral, and written formats. 
5. Work according to contractual obligations; the project manual; and applicable law, standards, bylaws, and codes. 
6. Work in compliance with the theory and the accepted principles and practices of the construction industry. 
7. Assist in the coordination of time, cost, quantity, and quality performance for construction projects. 
8. Contribute to the evaluation of equipment use, materials, and of the methods employed to implement and complete construction projects. 
9. Contribute to the maintenance of project records, logs, and inventories. 
10. Apply the principles of building science and construction engineering to assist in solving technical problems related to construction projects. 
11. Recognize the interdependence of disciplines including architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, and civil engineering, and others relating to construction projects. 
12. Cooperate with the project stakeholders involved in the design, implementation, and evaluation of construction projects. 
13. Contribute to the human resource management of construction projects. 
14. Use electronic technology to support construction projects. 
15. Identify and apply discipline-specific practices that contribute to the local and global community through social responsibility, economic commitment and environmental stewardship.

Courses

Programs at Algonquin College are delivered using a variety of instruction modes. Courses may be offered in the classroom or lab, entirely online, or in a hybrid mode which combines classroom sessions with online learning activities. Upon registration, each full-time student is provided an Algonquin email account which is used to communicate important information about program or course events.

Level: 01 Hours
CON8101 Residential Building/Estimating 60.0
CON8411 Construction Materials I 45.0
GIS5001 Geographic Information Systems 45.0
MAT8050 Geometry and Trigonometry 45.0
SAF8408 Health and Safety 15.0
SUR8411 Construction Surveying I 60.0
Level: 02 Hours
CON8102 Commercial Building/Estimating 60.0
CON8412 Construction Materials II 60.0
ENG8101 Statics 60.0
ENL1813T Communications I 45.0
MAT8051 Algebra 45.0
SUR8412 Construction Surveying II 45.0
Choose one from equivalencies: Hours
GED0190 General Education Elective 45.0
Co-op: 01 Hours
WKT2101 Work Term 1 (optional)(Fall Start Date Only) 0.0
Level: 03 Hours
CAD8400 AutoCAD I 45.0
CON8404 Civil Estimating 45.0
CON8436 Building Systems 45.0
ENG8102 Strength of Materials 45.0
ENG8411 Structural Analysis 45.0
ENG8454 Geotechnical Materials 45.0
MGT8400 Project Administration 45.0
Co-op: 01 Hours
WKT2101 Work Term 1 (optional) (Winter Start Date Only) 0.0
Level: 04 Hours
CAD8405 AutoCAD II 45.0
CON8413 Construction Building Code 45.0
CON8476 Business Principles 45.0
ENG8328 Hydraulics 45.0
ENG8404 Introduction to Structural Design 45.0
ENL2019T Technical Communication for Engineering Technologies 45.0
ENV8400 Environmental Engineering 45.0

 

Fees & Expenses

Total Fees for the first year of the program: 

Domestic tuition/ancillary fees: $5,127.94. * 

International tuition/ancillary Fees: $14,677.94. * 

* Amounts include tuition fee, program specific lab and material fees, applicable eText fees, Students` Association fees and compulsory ancillary fees. Fees are subject to change. For detailed fees information please visit http://www.algonquincollege.com/ro/pay/tuition-and-expenses 

Note: For further information regarding your books, please visithttp://www.algonquincollege.com/etexts 

Books and supplies cost approximately $1200 per year. Most supplies can be purchased at the campus store. See http://www.algonquincollege.com/etexts for more information about books. Students are expected to purchase CSA-approved safety footwear and safety glasses,which are required at the start of the term. 

This is a Mobile Learning Program. As a student in this program you require a laptop computer. View the Mobile Learning Requirements for hardware and software on the Construction/Civil program website:  www.algonquincollege.com/acce/program/construction-engineering-technician

Admission Requirements 
2016/2017
2015/2016

College Eligibility

  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent. Applicants with an OSSD showing senior English and/or Mathematics courses at the Basic Level, or with Workplace or Open courses, will be tested to determine their eligibility for admission; OR
  • Academic and Career Entrance (ACE) certificate; OR
  • General Educational Development (GED) certificate; OR
  • Mature Student status (19 years of age or older and without a high school diploma at the start of the program). Eligibility may be determined by academic achievement testing for which a fee of $50 (subject to change) will be charged.

Program Eligibility

  • English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or equivalent).
  • Mathematics, (Grade 12 MCT4C) or (Grade 11 MCR3U) or equivalent.
  • Applicants with (Grade 12 MAP4C with a grade of 60% or higher) or (Grade 11 MCF3M with a grade of 50% or higher) will be required to take additional preparatory mathematics as part of their program of study.
  • A background in science (especially physics and chemistry) is recommended.
  • Applicants with International transcripts must provide proof of the subject specific requirements noted above along with proof of either: 

    IELTS-International English Language Testing Service-Overall band of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each band. 

    OR 

    TOEFL-Internet-based (iBT)-overall 80, with the minimum of 20 in each component: Reading: 20; Listening: 20; Speaking: 20; Writing: 20.

Should the number of qualified applicants exceed the number of available places, applicants will be selected on the basis of their proficiency in English and mathematics. 

 

Application Information

Applications to full-time day programs must be submitted with official transcripts showing completion of the academic admission requirements through: 

ontariocolleges.ca 
60 Corporate Court 
Guelph, Ontario 
N1G 5J3 
1-888-892-2228 

Students currently enrolled in an Ontario secondary school should contact their Guidance Office to apply. For all other applicants, applications are available online atwww.ontariocolleges.ca. A $95 fee applies. 

Applications for Fall Term, Winter Term and Spring Term admission received by February 1 will be given equal consideration. Applications received after February 1 will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis as long as places are available. 

International applicants applying from out-of-country can obtain the International Student Application Form at https://xweb.algonquincollege.com/FormIE/index.aspx or by contacting the Registrar`s Office. 

For further information on the admissions process, contact: 

Registrar`s Office 
Algonquin College 
1385 Woodroffe Avenue 
Room C150 
Ottawa, ON K2G 1V8 
Telephone: 613-727-0002 
Toll-free: 1-800-565-4723 
TTY: 613-727-7766 
Fax: 613-727-7632 
Email: AskUs@algonquincollege.com 

Additional Information

*Co-op is a real-world job search process requiring students to apply, interview, and earn jobs rather than being placed by the College. In the term prior to the cooperative education (Co-op) Work Term, students are required to independently complete online modules that assist with résumé an cover letter writing, and interview technique preparation. Students must actively conduct a self-directed job search and are responsible to secure approved program related paid co-op employment. Students compete for co-op positions alongside students from Algonquin and other Canadian and international colleges and universities. Algonquin College`s Co-op Office provides assistance in developing co-op opportunities and facilitates the overall process but does not guarantee that a student will obtain employment in a cooperative education (Co-op) Work Term. Co-op employment opportunities requiring relocation may be considered, and are subject to departmental approval with the understanding that all associated expenses are incurred by students e.g., travel, work permits/visa applications, accommodation,  etc.

Cooperative education (Co-op) Work Terms are typically four months in duration and are completed during a term when students are currently not studying on campus. For details on study-work progressions for specific programs, please visithttp://www.algonquincollege.com/coop. 

Degree pathways allow graduates to use their college education towards the completion of a degree in partnership with a university. View current 
articulation agreements at: http://www.algonquincollege.com/degree-pathways/list/ 

OACETT (Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists) recognizes the Construction Engineering Technician program as meeting all the academic requirements for certification in the Certified Technician (CTech) category and recognizes the Civil Engineering Technology program as meeting all of the academic requirements for certification in the Certified Engineering Technologist (CET) or Applied Science Technologist(AScT) category. Graduates and final year students are immediately eligible to be registered as Associate members of OACETT upon submission of the Graduate Application form available through the Placement Office or OACETT. Additional requirements to become fully certified (work experience, the OACETT Professional Practice Examination, peer references, etc.) will be requested once the application has been received. Requirements for certification are the jurisdiction of OACETT. 

Students who begin Level 01 in January take Level 02 in the Fall term. 

 

 

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