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|First Year Courses||Credit Hours|
|BIOL 1020 Biology 1: Principles and Themes||3|
|BIOL 1030 Biology 2: Biological Diversity, Function and Interactions||3|
|CHEM 1300 Structure and Modelling in Chemistry||3|
|CHEM 1310 Introduction to Physical Chemistry||3|
|MATH 1500 (M) Introduction to Calculus or
MATH 1510 (M) Applied Calculus 1 or
MATH 1520 (M) Introductory Calculus for Management and Social Science or
MATH 1230 (M) Differential Calculus
|Faculty of Arts Course(s) (minimum 1000 level)||6|
|Electives (minimum 1000 level)||9|
|Total Credit Hours||30|
|Minimum Credit Hours:||30 credit hours of specific coursework. See the Applicant Information Bulletin.|
|Minimum Course Load:||
At least one year of full-time study (24 credit hours) over one Regular Session (September - April).
Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB) credit can be used to fulfill core course requirements, but shall not be used towards the minimum 24 credit hour requirement.
All admission requirements must be met by the end of April in the year of application.
|W Requirement:||Required for admission. Your Faculty of Arts course(s) or electives should be used to fulfill the W requirement. Minimum 1000 level required.|
|M Requirement:||Required for admission. Will be met by MATH 1500 (M) or substitutions listed.|
Based on selection priority as listed in the Applicant Information Bulletin. Admission is competitive - a higher than minimum GPA is often required and varies each year depending on the applicant pool. Minimum grade of 'C' in required courses.
Admission is restricted to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents.
Written critical skills essay.
Criminal Record Check, Child Abuse Registry Check, and Adult Abuse Registry Check must be submitted prior to the start of classes in September.
A combination of Adjusted Grade Point Average (AGPA) (70%), and written critical skills essay (30%).
Refer to the Applicant Information Bulletin with respect to assigning priorities based on applicant residency.
Applicants may be considered for admission under different categories. See the Applicant Information Bulletin.