FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS MUNEF-DP Municipal Engineering Technology

Transfer Credit Opportunities

Transferring credits from high school
Graduates of high school vocational education programs with CAD or drafting may be eligible for advanced standing credit in the Civil Engineering Technology programs.

Transferring credits FROM other post-secondary institutions
Upon completion of first-year Civil Technician at Assiniboine Community College, applicants will be given advanced standing upon approval of the Chair of the Civil Engineering Technology department.

You may be able to transfer relevant credits from University of Manitoba or University of Winnipeg on a case by case basis.

Transferring credits TO other post-secondary programs
You may continue studies with advanced credit standings toward other College programs and various university programs.

Lakehead University: Graduates of the Municipal and Structural Engineering Technology programs receive credits that can apply towards Lakehead’s Post-Diploma Engineering Degree program in Civil Engineering. Some bridging courses would be required.

University of Manitoba: Graduates of the Municipal and Structural Engineering Technology programs receive credits that can apply towards an Engineering Degree program in the Faculty of Civil Engineering. Credits would be granted on a case by case basis.

Red River College Polytechnic: Graduates of any of the three year Civil Engineering Technology programs may enter the third year of the Bachelor of Technology, Construction Management degree program. Bridging courses are required.

Athabasca University: Graduates may receive up to 60 credits towards a BSc (PD) or 30 credits towards a BSc (PD) with majors in Applied Mathematics, Computing Information Systems, or Human Science.

Knowledge and skills acquired by other forms of prior learning may be recognized for credit. Please check the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) section for more information.
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