Thank you for your interest in the Canadian Coast Guard Officer Training Program.
Applying to the Canadian Coast Guard College differs from a typical application to a university or college because you are not only applying to a degree program, you are also applying to become an employee with the Public Service of Canada. In fact, as soon as you begin your program at the Canadian Coast Guard College, you are a federal government employee.
- Determine your eligibility
- Verify if you meet educational requirements
Once you have determined your eligibility and confirmed you have or in the process of completing the educational requirements you are ready to Apply to the College.
Determine your eligibility
The Canadian Coast Guard College trains some of the world’s most elite naval experts. The Canadian Coast Guard Officer Training Program being one of the most fundamental programs in the development of Marine Engineering Officers and Marine Navigation Officers for the Canadian Coast Guard.
To be eligible for the Canadian Coast Guard Officer Training Program you must:
- Fulfill all the educational requirements in math, physics, chemistry and English/French
- Meet a medical standard required for seagoing personnel, including vision and hearing standards
- Be willing to take training in respiratory protection and wear a breathing apparatus which maintains a non-leaking face piece-to-skin seal
- Have a valid Canadian Passport upon joining
- Be able to pass a criminal record check and government security clearance at the reliability and secret levels
Verify if you meet educational requirements
In order to qualify to admission in the Canadian Coast Guard Officer Training Program, at a minimum you must have successfully complete a high school diploma by June 30.
Required courses must be at the pre-university level suitable for post-secondary study in Science or Engineering with a grade of 70% or higher.
The course prerequisites are Chemistry Grade 11, Advance Math Grade 12, Physics Grade 12, and English or French Grade 12.
University or College courses may be accepted as equivalencies to the required high school courses.
The Canadian Coast Guard College reserves the right to be the final arbiter of what it will accept as an academic equivalency.
Please note: A final grade of 70% is normally required for each of the required courses.
|Alberta, Northwest Territories and Nunavut||Math 20 -1 and Math 30-1 or 31||Chemistry 20||Physics 20 and 30||English 30-1 or French 30-1|
|British Columbia and Yukon||Pre-Calculus 11 and 12||Chemistry 11||Physics 11 and 12||English 12 or French 12|
|Manitoba||Pre-Calculus 11 and 12||Chemistry 30S||Physics 30S and 40S||English 40S or French 40S|
|New Brunswick (English Sector)||Pre-Calculus 110 and A120 with Pre-Calculus B120 or Calculus 120||Chemistry 111/112||Physics 111/112 and 122||English 121 or 122|
|New Brunswick (Francophone Sector)||Math 30321C and 30421C or 30411C||Chemistry 52311||Physics 51311 and 51421 or 51411||French 10411 or 10421|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||Math 2200 and 3200 with 3208||Chemistry 2202||Physics 2204 and 3204||English 3201|
|Nova Scotia||Pre-Calculus 11 and 12 or Calculus 12||Chemistry 11||Physics 11 and 12||English 12 or French 12|
|Ontario||MCR3U and MHF4U or MCV4U||SCH3U||SPH3U and SPH4U||ENG4U or FRA4U|
|Quebec||Séquence Technico-sciences (064506) and 2 of the following:
201-NYA, 201-NYB, 201-NYC
|Chemistry (051504)||Physics (053504) and 1 of the following:
203-NYA, 203-NYB, 203-NYC
|French or English (132506)|
|Prince Edward Island||Math 521B or 521E and 621B or 611B||Chemistry 521A||Physics 521A and 621A||English 621A or French 621A|
|Saskatchewan||Pre-Calculus 20 and 30||Physical Science 20||Physics 30||French A30 and B30 or English A30 and B30|
Non-canadian education systems
Applicants who completed secondary and/or post-secondary school through an education system outside of Canada are required to meet the equivalent standards indicated in the Canadian education system. All applicants must possess the equivalent of a high school diploma and meet the 70% mark in the required courses of Chemistry 11, English or French 12, Physics 12 and Advance math 12.
The applicant must provide the Canadian Coast Guard College a list of course subjects comparable to a grade 12 level with comparable credit values and grade. This can be acquired through a ”Secondary School Comprehensive Report,” a “Secondary and Postsecondary Comprehensive Report,” an ”Educational Assessment,” or a “Comprehensive Report” from a Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials.
Applicants who have been home schooled will be considered individually and will be required to meet the equivalent standards to those indicated for the Canadian Education System. All applicants must possess the equivalent of a high school diploma and must demonstrate they meet all the educational requirements: meet the 70% mark in the required courses of Chemistry 11, English or French 12, Physics 12 and Advance math 12.
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