Science and Business
Science and Business is interdisciplinary, and designed to produce a pool of multifaceted graduates equipped with a unique blend of knowledge in science technology and business, as well as information technology, creative problem solving and decision making skills. It is designed to prepare students to compete and prosper in the current technology-intensive global market place.
The following checklist provides students with a term by term outline of what courses they need to take and when they have openings for electives.
- 2019 - program outlines
- 2018 - program outlines
- 2017 - program outlines
- 2016 - program outlines
- 2015 - program outlines
- 2014 - program outlines
- 2013 - program outlines
The Science and Business plans can be taken in the regular system of study. Please consult with the Program Advisor regarding course sequencing.
Students must maintain a cumulative overall average of 65% in both Science and non-Science courses in order to be eligible to continue. You can only have a maximum of 2.0 failed units (4 courses). For more information please see the undergraduate calendar.
Below is a schedule outlining the recommended term-by-term sequence of courses
- Entering 2019 outline
- Entering 2018 outline
- Entering 2017 outline
- Entering 2016 outline
- Entering 2015 outline
- Entering 2014 outline
- Entering 2013 outline
To remain eligible to continue in the Academic Plan, students must have a cumulative overall average of at least 70%, a cumulative average of 70% in Accounting courses and a cumulative average of 65% in Science courses.
- 2019 Biotech/Econ program outline
- 2018 Biotech/Econ program outline
- 2017 Biotech/Econ program outline
- 2016 Biotech/Econ program outline
- 2015 Biotech/Econ program outline
- 2014 Biotech/Econ program outline
- 2013 Biotech/Econ program outline
To remain eligible to continue in the Academic plan, students must have a cumulative overall average of at least 70%, a cumulative average of 70% in Economics courses and a cumulative average of 65% in Science courses.
Note: Students who wish to take advanced level Plant Biotechnology courses should take BIOL 120 in the 3A Winter term.
For more information please see the undergraduate calendar. Students should follow the calendar in the year that they began their program.