Comprehensive Arts & Science (CAS) TransitionCollege of the North Atlantic

About this Program

Level: Certificate in Comprehensive Arts & Science (CAS) Transition

Discpline: Other Languages, Societies, and Cultures

Length: 2 semesters

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Application Fee: $100.00
Tuition Fee: $11,510.00

Corner Brook Campus

Starting Deadline Status
Jan., 2022 Sep. 1, 2021 closed

Happy Valley-Goose Bay Campus

Starting Deadline Status
Jan., 2022 Sep. 1, 2021 closed

Seal Cove Campus

Starting Deadline Status
Jan., 2022 Sep. 1, 2021 closed

Carbonear Campus

Starting Deadline Status
Jan., 2022 Sep. 1, 2021 closed

Gander Campus

Starting Deadline Status
Jan., 2022 Sep. 1, 2021 closed

Clarenville Campus

Starting Deadline Status
Jan., 2022 Sep. 1, 2021 closed

Bay St. George Campus

Starting Deadline Status
Jan., 2022 Sep. 1, 2021 closed

Grand Falls-Windsor Campus

Starting Deadline Status
Jan., 2022 Sep. 1, 2021 closed

Labrador West Campus

Starting Deadline Status
Jan., 2022 Sep. 1, 2021 closed

Prince Philip Drive Campus

Starting Deadline Status
Jan., 2022 Sep. 1, 2021 closed

Program Description

Comprehensive Arts and Science (CAS) Transition is designed for high school and Adult Basic Education graduates who would like to improve their general employability skills or who are lacking either the academic courses or the required grades to meet the entrance requirements of the college program they would like to enter. The Transition program also provides a valuable “refresher” for mature students who have been away from education, training and/or the workforce for some time. Students in the CAS Transition program will be provided the opportunity to gain a wide range of knowledge and skills in preparation for further post-secondary training and/or employment. In addition to courses in English, Mathematics and Sciences, students will be able to select courses from a range of General Education and Social Science courses as well as Exploration and Student Success courses. Transition courses such as Critical Thinking and Effective Learning provide students with the opportunity to develop the essential skills and strategies for successful learning in any college program. The completion of elective courses from other program areas will enable students to gain credits which may be used in a subsequent college program. (Note: The range of course offerings may vary between campuses. Prospective students are advised to check with the campus they will be attending to confirm available courses as well as mode of delivery.)

Study and Work in Canada

Full-time undergraduate and post-graduate international students can work anywhere on or off campus without a work permit. The rules around the number of hours a student will be allowed to work may vary based on the country the student chooses to study in. International students are typically able to work up to 20 hours a week.