The Global Assessment Certificate (GAC) was developed by ACT in conjunction with universities and accrediting bodies around the world to prepare students for university study in English-speaking countries.
We accept GAC program credit
Acsenda School of Management is one of the GAC program’s Pathway Universities. We accept credit toward a bachelor’s degree for the following courses.
|GAC Course #||Acsenda Course # Equivalent||Credits Awarded||Comments|
|GAC 003||SSKL 099||0||NO Credit, Exemption from required seminar|
|GAC 004||BMTH 099||0||NO Credit, Exemption from Diagnostics Test|
|GAC 005/011||COMP 1XX||3||GAC 005 + 011 = COMP 1XX Free Elective|
|GAC 006/012/014/015||EAPP 100||3||GAC 006+012+014+015=EAP 100. Meets communication requirements for all programs except if students want to get CIM designation|
|GAC 010/016||BMTH 1XX||3||GAC 010 + 016 = BMTH 1 XXX meets stats requirement, for any major except accounting. For Accounting concentration counts as Free Elective|
|GAC 013/023||SCIE 1XX||3||GAC 013 +023 = SCIE 1XXX Free Elective|
|GAC 027||SOCI 1XX||3||Free Elective|
|GAC 017||COMM 120||3|
|GAC 022||BIBM 1XXX||3||Fulfills BIBM 101 requirement except for students in International Business concentration wanting to meet the FITT certification requirement|
|GAC 028||SOCI 2XXX||3||Free Elective|
Application Requirements & Deadlines
If you are completing the GAC while still in high school, an overall high school grade point average of 3.00 is required. Submit your application. Credit will be awarded for GAC courses if a cumulative 2.33 grade point average or above is earned in all courses through Level 3.
- If you are completing the GAC after high school graduation, a cumulative 2.33 grade point average is required in all GAC courses through Level 3 to be admitted and to earn credit.
- No credit is awarded unless all three levels are completed and a cumulative 2.33 grade point average is earned.
- English Proficiency Requirement: Present an acceptable score on the TOEFL of 84, OR an IELTS overall score of 6.5, with no sub score lower than 6.0, other recognized language test. Please note, students with English language proficiency scores lower than those stated above can still be admitted, but will need to take the English for Academic Purposes course.
- ASM operates on a quarterly system, with intakes in January, April, July and October. For any questions regarding admissions please contact, contact the Office of Admissions at (1) 604-430-5111.