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 Academic Dual Credit 

Okanagan College
  • This program provides an opportunity for highly motivated students with a superior academic record, the opportunity to pursue both high school grad credits and first-year post-secondary credits

  • Students can enroll in 1 to 2 first-year Okanagan College transferable courses that fit into their secondary school schedule. 

  • Course selection must be part of a student’s documented education/transition plan from high school to post-secondary.

  • The deadline to submit your application is May 1st of your Grade 11 school year to be eligible to take college/university transfer courses during the Fall or Winter Sessions during their grade 12 year.​

  • Transfer courses cannot be offered at the student’s home school, accessible to student at another school within the district, or offered through distance learning.​

  • Sample of Okanagan College Course Offerings

UBC-Okanagan
  • The program provides an opportunity for highly motivated students with a superior academic record the opportunity to pursue both high school grad credits and first-year post-secondary credits.​​

  • Students are encouraged to apply during the spring of their Grade 11 year, to be eligible to take college/university transfer courses during the Fall or Winter Sessions during their grade 12 year.​

  • Course selection must be part of a student’s documented education/transition plan from high school to post-secondary.

  • Students will be required to pay the following fees: $65 application fee, $165 student fees and textbooks

APSC 171: Engineering Drawing and CAD/CAM

Orthographic projections, axonometric and perspective projections, dimensioning and tolerances, computer-aided design and modeling, introduction to rapid prototyping, team-based design project. 

  • Prerequisite: None

  • Course Outline

  • The course schedule requirement is 2-3 classes per week, in addition 1 required tutorial at UBC-O. The scheduled days are subject to change each year. ​

  • Approximately 3-4 hours of homework per week in addition to class time

  • The grade received in this course WILL BE INCLUDED on the student's high school transcript AND their University record.

  • Students are encouraged to apply - but are not guaranteed acceptance into the program. ​​

  • Fall 2023 Intakes for APSC 171: Engineering Drawing - please submit your application to your Career Centre by Feb 21, 2023.