University Entrance Option
Successful admission to Mount Royal programs involves meeting the admission requirements as well as presenting a competitive average for admission to that program
Meet Admission Requirements
- Every MRU program has a list of specific courses that are required for admission to that program. These requirements can be found on each program’s individual home page under Admission Requirements & Costs.
- If you are missing an admission requirement, meeting it is your first priority.
Meet Competitive Average
- The number of credit courses you complete by June 30, 2018 will determine your admission category into a program.
- Your admission category determines which grades Mount Royal will use to calculate your competitive average.
This table explains how we determine your admission category and competitive average.
|Completes fewer than eight credit courses by June 30, 2018 (including transfer credit).||Completes fewer than eight credit courses by June 30, 2018 (including transfer credit). |
21 years of age or older by Sept.1, 2018.
|Completes four or more credit courses by Dec. 31, 2017 (including transfer credit) AND |
Completes eight or more courses by June 30, 2018.
|Competitive Average Calculation|
|Competitive average will be based on your top two "Grade A" High School subjects (or equivalents) completed by Dec. 31, 2017.||Competitive average will be based on your top two "Grade A" High School subjects (or equivalents) completed by Dec. 31, 2017.||Competitive GPA will be based on the four most recently completed credit courses by Dec. 31, 2017.|
- You can take a maximum of 30 credits (generally 10 courses) in University Entrance Option. Credit classes are University level courses. Upgrading classes are non-credit and do not count toward the 30 credit maximum. Using your 30 credits wisely involves purposeful planning to increase your chances of future admission to a program.
- If you are missing admission requirements, register in these upgrading courses first.
- If you meet the minimum requirements, and you are a high school or mature applicant, but your competitive average is not high enough, consider upgrading your best class(es).
- Upgrading classes are non-credit and can be taken in addition to any credit courses.
- The number of credit classes you take will affect your admission category.
- To be a full-time student, you must take three 3-credit courses.
- Every degree at Mount Royal includes General Education (Gen Ed) courses. UEO students are encouraged to complete their Foundation Gen Ed requirements from all clusters in addition to any upgrading or admission requirements.
- Undergraduate studies 1001, 1002, 1003 and 1004 are courses designed to make you a better university student and can be used as an elective towards most programs.
For course descriptions, please follow this link to Interactive Course Search.
- Courses from your intended major can sometimes be difficult to get into, but if you can, go ahead! Have a look at the advising guide for the program you intend to take next year for a list of first-year classes in that major.
|Fall 2017 courses||Winter 2018 courses|
|Upgrading to meet admission requirements||Upgrading to meet admission requirements (if required)|
|Upgrading or credit courses to meet competitive average||GNED Foundation courses|
|GNED Foundation courses||Core courses from intended program|
It is your responsibility to register in your courses and ensure that the courses you select meet the program and graduation requirements as outlined in the information above.
Use the online Interactive Course Search or the Academic Calendar to explore possible courses of interest and to check that you meet prerequisites. You will register for courses using the registration system found in mymru.ca, Register & Pay tab.
Email your questions to email@example.com and we’ll be happy to help you. Visit our website at mru.ca/beadvised for information that will help you get off to a successful start to the year.