Fredericton Bathurst

Requirements - Forest Technology

All applicants must be a high school graduate or possess a General Education Development Certificate (GED).

Minimum grade is 65 % in each required course. 

International applicants will be evaluated on an individual basis. Admission requirements for MCFT will be that of the standards set for Canadian provinces.

All entrance requirements for MCFT are based on University/College preparation courses. Provincial course name, levels and codes may differ from those that are deemed requirements by MCFT, in such a case appropriate actions regarding entrance requirements will be taken to correct any discrepancies.

High School Course Requirements
Province Math English Biology
Alberta
British Columbia
Manitoba
Northwest Territories
Nunavet
Saskatchewan
Yukon
Math 11
Math 12
Including Pre-Calculus
English 11
or
English 12
Biology 11
or
Biology 12
New Brunswick Math Foundations 110
    plus one of:
Pre-Calculus 110
Math Foundations 120
English 112
and 
English 121/122
Biology 112/110
or
Biology 122/120
Newfoundland & Labrador Advanced Math 2200 and
Academic Math 2201
or
Advanced Math 3200 and 
Academic Math 3201
English 2201
and 
English 3201/3202
Biology 2201
or 
Biology 3201
Nova Scotia Advanced Math 11 and
Advanced Math 12
or
Academic Math 11 and 
Academic Math 12
English 112
and 
English 122
Academic Biology 11
or
Academic Biology 12
Ontario Math MCV4U and
Math MHF4U
    will accept:
Math MCB4U and 
Math MGA4U
English 3U
and 
English 4U
Biology SBI3U
or
Biology SBI4U
P.E.I Math 521A or Math 521B
   plus one of:
Math 621A, Math 621B
or
Math 611 A, Math 611B
English 611
and
English 621
Biology 521
or 
Biology 621
Quebec Academic Math 436 and 
Academic Math 536
English 416 and 
English 516
Biology 434 or 
Biology 534

Although MCFT accepts courses based on Computer Science and Multimedia Studies, it is beneficial for incoming students to be skilled in a Computer Application course that deals with desktop applications such as word and excel. All entrance requirements for MCFT are based on University/College preparation courses. Provincial course names, levels and codes may differ from those that are deemed requirements by MCFT, in such a case appropriate actions regarding entrance requirements will be taken to correct any discrepancies. 

All applicants are required to have the minimum course selection outlined in the Admission Requirements, all courses rated higher than the minimum requirements are beneficial and recommended. It is essential that other preparatory courses like creative writing, chemistry and advanced math are taken into consideration when preparing for a post-secondary education.

Requirements - Utility Arborist

In order to be considered, individuals must meet the following requirements:

1) Must be 18 years of age prior to commencement of program.
2) Must have high school diploma or GED that includes academic level Grade 11 Mathematics and Grade 12 English

*Note: Consideration will be given to mature students who have applicable experience. This is evaluated on a case-by-case basis. A mature student is defined as any individual who is 25 years of age or older.