University Guide

University Articulation Agreements

Many students who are finishing their education at Cambrian at Hanson College are moving onto their next exciting adventure, which often include university transfer opportunities. To simplify the process for students, Cambrian College has established numerous articulation agreements in place with various Canadian universities that recognize Cambrian College credits. Explore your university options after graduation below!

University Pathways

Graduating from Cambrian programs at Hanson College prepares students for further academic success. Please see the list below to explore our pathway opportunities, and feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Please note that we are currently negotiating articulation agreements. Not all pathways are up to date. 

Business

2.5-Year General Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) Program at Athabasca University in Athabasca, AB.

1.5-Year Bachelor of Management Program at Athabasca University in Athabasca, AB.

2-Year Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Program at Laurentian University in Sudbury, ON.

1.5-Year Bachelor of Arts (BA) – Accounting at Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie, ON.

2.5-Year Honours Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) at University of Ontario Tech & Business I.T. in Oshawa, ON.

2.5-Year Bachelor of Management at University of Lethbridge in Lethbridge, AB.

Transfer Applications Workshop

In order to better prepare students for the many university paths that are available after graduating from Cambrian at Hanson College, workshops are on campus that go over the process and how-tos of university transfers.

Pathway Partnerships

In addition to the articulation agreements that Cambrian College has with universities across Canada and worldwide, Hanson College also has Pathway Partnerships with Fairleigh Dickinson University and University Canada West.

Beyond our Pathway Partners, graduates have successfully been admitted into undergraduate studies at renowned Canadian universities such as University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, Royal Roads University, Thompson Rivers University, and the University of Victoria.