Bachelor Degrees

As of 2017, members* of Polytechnics Canada offered over 100 stand-alone bachelor's degrees. 

Today, employers increasingly seek job-ready graduates who have acquired practical experience. Our graduates are well prepared for such a marketplace. A  polytechnic bachelor's degree provides the unique advantage of practical, hands-on work experience coupled with a specialized, theoretical—but grounded—education.

Options and specialties are included in this count as standalone degrees, as well as applied degrees. 

*Polytechnics Canada currently has a membership of 13 institutions. Kwantlen Polytechnic Institution and Fanshawe College joined after 2015 and are excluded from this data. 

Stand-alone Degrees offered by Polytechnics Canada Members as of 2017:

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Algonquin College

Degree granting status received in 2002

5 stand-alone Bachelor’s degrees

British Columbia Institute of Technology

Degree granting status received in 1995

34 stand-alone Bachelor’s degrees

Conestoga College

Degree granting status received in 2002

12 stand-alone Bachelor’s degrees

George Brown College

Degree granting status received in 2000

7 stand-alone Bachelor’s degrees

Humber College

Degree granting status received in 2002

26 stand-alone Bachelor’s degrees

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology

Degree granting status received in 1996

stand-alone Bachelor’s degrees

Red River College

2 stand-alone Bachelor’s degrees

SAIT

Degree granting status received in 1995

 stand-alone Bachelor’s degrees

Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Degree granting status received in 2014

 2 stand-alone Bachelor’s degrees

Seneca College

Degree granting status received in 2002

15 stand-alone Bachelor’s degrees

Sheridan College

Degree granting status received in 2001

24 stand-alone Bachelor’s degrees