Admission Requirements - B.Sc.F.S. & B.Sc.F.B. & B.Sc.F.C.
All single major Forensic Science programs (B.Sc.F.S., B.Sc.F.B., B.Sc.F.C.) are a direct-entry program with a limited number of student places. A secondary school diploma and six Ontario U/UM credits including one 4U credit in each of Chemistry, Biology, English, and Mathematics are required for admission. 4U Physics is highly recommended. Normally, students with an overall average lower than 75% will not be admitted to the program. Admission offers to the Forensic Science (B.Sc.F.S.) program will be based on an evaluation of academic performance. Questions regarding the process of admissions? Contact the Admissions office.
Admission Requirements - Joint Degree
Students in the joint-major Honours program, see General Admission Requirements in the Calendar.
Out of Province Students
Students in provinces other than Ontario will want to determine if their courses are equivalent to the Ontario courses listed above. Consult the University Viewbook, which contains a chart of course equivalences by province. Please contact the Admissions Office for more details.
Transfer to Upper Year of Any Single Major Forensic Science Program
It is possible to transfer into upper year of any single major Forensic Science program. The portal form (Transfer to Forensic Science) for transferring into an upper year is available on your myTrent portal from February - May. Note that you must have completed or will be completing all of the same courses as those who entered the Program in their first year. See the Academic Calendar for course requirements.