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Aboriginal Police Studies at Grant MacEwan Community College

How long is the Aboriginal Police Studies at Grant MacEwan Community College?
1 Year Certificate

What you need to get in to the Aboriginal Police Studies at Grant MacEwan Community College?
Regular Admission: Applicants must present an Alberta high school diploma (or equivalent) OR GED. Mature Admission: No requirement. Skills Appraisal: All admission categories - Skills Appraisal outcomes for admission to this program must be completed by the start of the first term. Applicants must present English 30-1 (or English 30) with a min final grade of 65% OR English 30-2 (or English 33) with a min final grade of 75% OR complete the Skills Appraisal. Writing: Applicants must successfully complete the writing portion AND be eligible to enter ENGL 111 OR must complete any developmental work with a min grade of C-. Reading: Applicants must successfully complete the reading portion AND be eligible to enter READ 0089 by the start of the first term OR must complete any developmental work with a minimum grade of C-. Math - no requirement. Other admission criteria: To be evaluated through the program office. All admission categories. All applicants are required to complete the following: Fitness test. Applicants must meet the min standard (rating of 1) for each fitness test component and achieve a total score of 16/40. Accepted applicants are required to present a clear criminal record check before the start of the first term.

For more information on the Aboriginal Police Studies at Grant MacEwan Community College
(780) 497-5140

Does the Aboriginal Police Studies offer a Coop?
No

Distance Education Available:
No

What type of learning environment should I expect in the Aboriginal Police Studies?
In Class Study

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