Academic Bridging Program
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The Academic Bridging Program is for mature students who are at least 20 years of age and who have been away from formal education for some time (usually at least two years). The courses are intended to bridge the gap between a student's prior secondary education and the requirements of first year university courses. They feature study skills, essay writing skills, library research skills and the methodology of the specific academic discipline involved. Students are admitted by Woodsworth College to one of four Academic Bridging courses: ENG185Y1 (Introduction to the Study of Literature), JWH100Y1 (Canadian History), JWM101Y1 (Essential Mathematics), and JWU100Y1 (Contemporary Canada).
Enquiries: Millie Rotman Shime Academic Bridging Program, Woodsworth College (416-978-7487)