CREDIT TRANSFER GUIDE

FOR OUTBOUND SEMESTER EXCHANGE STUDENTS

IMPORTANT NOTE

The information below is to be used strictly as a guide and NOT a rule. Students should speak with their Student Adviser to learn more about the courses they can take abroad that will transfer back to their Seneca program. 

How to use the credit transfer guide:

Step 1: Find the global opportunity that you are applying for

Step 2: View the courses taken by students who previously participated in the opportunity

Step 3: Use the 'Courses taken at Partner Institution' to fill in Section B of your 'Outbound Student Learning Agreement'

 

 

Faculty-Led Program Abroad

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Seneca Program Code Host Institution Country Semester Abroad Availability Course Name at Host Institution Seneca Equivalent Course Learn more here Notes
BAM Robert Gordon University Scotland 4 Fall BA ( Hons) Digital Marketing program/ CB4302 Research Methods MRK 455 - Applied Marketing Research
BA ( Hons) Digital Marketing program/CB3004 Digital Campaign Planning MRK428 - Marketing Strategy and Analysis
BA ( Hons) Digital Marketing program/ CB1288 Digital Media Platforms And Practices MRK634 - Driving Digital Media for Business
BA ( Hons) Digital Marketing program/ CB 2003 Digital Branding MRK561 - Brand Management
FBM Robert Gordon University Scotland 4 Winter BS2289: Design for Client FCA454: Fashion & CAD  Link Students will need to take CAM400: Career Management and a General Education Course in Semester 6.
CB1267: Fashion Construction & Technology FPD451: Product Development for a  Circular Economy
CB1267: Fashion Construction & Technology FTX400: Textiles for Sustainable Fashion
BS4171: Fashion Buying & Forecasting RFB353: Fashion Buying
BBP OsloMet Norway 7 or 8 Fall Behavioural Sciences courses:
Students take TWO of the Behavioural Sciences (20 ECTS) courses available below. 
*Two of these courses will be equivalent to three BBP core courses at Seneca shown in the next column.

MALKA217: Early Intervention for Children with Pervasive Developmental Disorders
MALKA215: Complex Human Behaviour 
MALKA220: Behavioural Economics
MALKA221: Complex Systems and Risk
MALKA219: Organisational Behaviour Management, OBM
MNS 800: Mediation and Negotiation Strategies 
BBP 882: Advanced Topics: Behavioural Gerontology
BBP781: Assessing Complementary Assessment
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General Education courses:
Choose ONE of the following:
Crash Course in Norwegian Language and Culture (5 ECTS)
Norwegian Language for Foreign Students – Beginner Level (7.5 ECTS)

*One of these courses will be equivalent to a Seneca LSO
LSO399 (Arts and Humanities Upper Level)  
BBP OsloMet Norway 7 or 8 Winter PSYK 3900: Bachelor’s Thesis in Psychology with an Emphasis on Behaviour Analysis (30 ECTS) in one of the research clinics:
a. Applied and Experimental Behaviour Analysis in Clinical Practice (Developmental Disabilities)
b. Experimental Studies of Complex Human Behavior (Stimulus Equivalence)

*This course will be equivalent to 4 BBP core courses at Seneca indicated in the next column.
MNS 800: Mediation and Negotiation Strategies 
BBP 882: Advanced Topics: Behavioural Gerontology
BBP880: Legislation, Policy, and Systems
BPR884: Research Project
 
General Education courses:
Choose ONE of the following:
Crash Course in Norwegian Language and Culture (5 ECTS)
Evidence-based practice (EBP) in health care (5 ECTS)
Norwegian Language for Foreign Students – Beginner Level (7.5 ECTS)

*One of these courses will be equivalent to a Seneca LSO
LSO399 (Arts and Humanities Upper Level)  
BBP OsloMet Norway 7 or 8 Full Year 
(Fall 2024 - Winter 2025)
In the Fall semester, students will take the following courses:  
Behavioural Sciences courses:
Students take TWO of the Behavioural Sciences (20 ECTS) courses available below. 
*Two of these courses will be equivalent to three BBP core courses at Seneca shown in the next column.

MALKA217: Early Intervention for Children with Pervasive Developmental Disorders
MALKA215: Complex Human Behaviour 
MALKA220: Behavioural Economics
MALKA221: Complex Systems and Risk
MALKA219: Organisational Behaviour Management, OBM
MNS 800: Mediation and Negotiation Strategies 
BBP 882: Advanced Topics: Behavioural Gerontology
BBP781: Assessing Complementary Assessment
  After successful completion of the courses mentioned here, students need the following before graduation:
1. Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Placement
2. BBP880 Legislation, Policy, and Systems
3. BPR884 Research Project 
General Education courses:
Choose ONE of the following:
Crash Course in Norwegian Language and Culture (5 ECTS)
Norwegian Language for Foreign Students – Beginner Level (7.5 ECTS)

*One of these courses will be equivalent to a Seneca LSO
LSO399 (Arts and Humanities Upper Level)  
In the Winter semester, students will take the following courses  
PSYK 3900: Bachelor’s Thesis in Psychology with an Emphasis on Behaviour Analysis (30 ECTS) in one of the research clinics:
a. Applied and Experimental Behaviour Analysis in Clinical Practice (Developmental Disabilities)
b. Experimental Studies of Complex Human Behavior (Stimulus Equivalence)

*This course will count towards 2 core BBP courses at Seneca shown in the next column.
BBP880: Legislation, Policy, and Systems
BPR884: Research Project
  After successful completion of the courses mentioned here, students need the following before graduation: Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Placement
General Education courses:
Choose ONE of the following:
Evidence-based practice (EBP) in health care (5 ECTS)
Norwegian Language for Foreign Students – Beginner or Intermediate Level (7.5 ECTS)

*One of these courses will be equivalent to a Seneca LSO
LSO399 (Arts and Humanities Upper Level)  
BMRK Windesheim University of Applied Sciences The Netherlands 5 Fall  International Business Marketing Project - Block 1&2 or Block 3&4  MRT295 - Marketing Planning and Strategy
Online Market Research - Block 1 or Block 3  MRT287 - Marketing Research I
The Operations Management Game - Block 2 or Block 4  OPT395 - Operations Management II
Digital Marketing - Block 1&2 or Block 3&4  MRT 285 Applications for Market Intelligence
Intercultural Competence & Social Responsibility - Block 1&2 or Block 3&4  LSO
CPA Windesheim University of Applied Sciences The Netherlands 5 or 6 Fall or Winter Choose ONE of the following:
Mobile Solutions
Future Technology
PRJ566: Project Planning and Management
PRJ666: Project Implementation
PRO001: Professional option
PRO002: Professional option
Choose ONE of the following:
Dutch Language 
Dutch Society
Intercultural Awareness
CUL199: General Education (Arts and Humanities)
BAG HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht  The Netherlands 4 Winter  Professional Skills 2: Networking CRM400: CRM & Selling Link
Strategy & Organisation 2: Project MAN400: Introduction to Project Management
Professional Skills 1: Negotiations MGS522: Negotiation Strategies for Business
Strategy & Organisation 1: Cases MGS524: Effective Leadership
BAB Hochschule Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences Germany 4 Winter International Marketing or International Case Studies SIB650: Export Marketing Link
International Law and HRM SIB520: International Business Law
Project Management MAN400: Introduction to Project Management
International Management Accounting SIB500: Managerial Accounting
Financial Decision Making SIB575: Introduction to Finance
INS Kansai University Japan 6 or 7 Fall or Winter Biotechnology & Bioethics INX500: Strange New World: Science, Society and Technology Link
Global Sociology INS200: Intro to Social Sciences
Critical Thinking for Social & Global Issues INH302: Political Ideology: Theory and Practice 
OR
INS302: Ethics for the 21st Century: Theory and Practice
Environmental Biology INX117: Global Sustainability 
OR
INX100: Intro to Natural Sciences
Information and Communication Technologies INC300: Social Media and Professional Identity
Japanese Computerization & Society INC300: Social Media & Professional Identity
Japanese Culture & Contemporary Lit.  INW200: World Civilization
Japanese as Second Language (Lv. 4-7) Upper-Level LSO (Semesters 6,7,8)
Japanese Literature Upper-Level LSO (Semesters 6,7,8)
Japanese Pop Culture Upper-Level LSO (Semester 6,7,8)
Japanese Arts  Upper-Level LSO (Semesters 6,7,8)
Japanese Philosophy Upper-Level LSO (Semesters 6,7,8)
INS Konkuk University South Korea 6 or 7 Fall or Winter Neurology Upper-Level Science LSO Link
Human Biology Upper-Level Science LSO
Economics of Politics Upper-Level Social Science LSO
Macroeconomic Theory Upper Level Social Science LSO
Current World Economic Issues Upper-Level Social Science LSO
Social Media Contents  INC300: Social Media and Professional Identity
Globalization and Cultural Empathy INC300: Social Media and Professional Identity
Field Seminar in Forest Environments INX301: Earth, Wind, Fire
War and Peace in World Politics INW200: World Civilization
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