You are an upper-year student if you are a:
- Student who has has attempted a minimum of 24.0 units (or equivalent) at another accredited university or college with a university transfer program. (24.0 Queen's units are typically 4 full-year courses (one course taken over two terms) or 8 one-term only courses. Upper-year candidates have generally attended university for a minimum of 2 terms taking academic courses.
- University graduate applying to do a second undergraduate degree program
- Ontario community college student who is in a three-year diploma program and will be graduating
- CEGEP student who is in the final year of a three-year professional/career program who will be receiving a DEC
- Graduate from a three-year professional/career CEGEP program or three-year Ontario community college diploma
- ENGINEERING: need to have completed at the university level at least 6 of the 11 courses common to Queen's first-year Engineering (basically two semesters of each of Calculus, Chemistry and Physics)
- NURSING: entry into the 4-year Nursing program is possible only into first-year