Course Coding

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Course Coding

Subject Grade Course Type

The first three characters of the course code refers to the name of the course.

The fourth character refers to the grade of the course.
1 = Grade 9
2 = Grade 10
3 = Grade 11
4 = Grade 12

The fifth character refers to the type of course.
P = applied
D = academic
O = open
E = workplace prep
C = college prep
U = university prep
M = university / college preparation

A credit is granted in recognition of the successful completion of a course that has been scheduled for a minimum of 110 hours. Credits are granted by a principal on behalf of the Minister of Education and Training for courses that have been developed or approved by the ministry. A half credit may be granted for each 55-hour part of a 110-hour ministry-developed course. Half-credit courses must comply with ministry requirements as outlined in the curriculum policy documents. Partial credits may be granted for the successful completion of certain locally developed courses.
A credit is a means of recognition of the successful completion of a course for which a minimum of 110 hours has been scheduled. It is granted to the student by the principal of a secondary school on behalf of the Minister of Education.