Science & Business – Chemistry Program 2016 Outline

Continuation in the Science and Business, Chemistry Specialization program requires a cumulative overall average of 65% and a cumulative Science average of 65%.

Regular

1A

Fall

1B

Winter

2A

Fall

2B

Winter

3A

Fall

3B

Winter

4A

Fall

4B

Winter

AFM 131 CHEM 123/123L

AFM 123

AFM 231 Business Elective CHEM 212

CHEM

Elective**

CHEM

Elective**

CHEM 120/120L CS 100 CHEM Elective CHEM 265/265L  CHEM 209 CHEM 254

CHEM

Elective**

CHEM

Elective**

ECON 101
MATH 127 MATH 128 CHEM 264 ECON 102 CHEM 220/220L

CHEM

Elective**

Elective*

CHEM

Elective

SCBUS 123 SCBUS 122 PHYS 121/121L ECON 221 ECON 323 ECON 344 Elective* Elective*
 

FREE

Elective

FREE

Elective

SCBUS 223

PHYS 122/122L

ECON 371

SCBUS 225 SCBUS 423 Elective*

*Electives - Of these four electives, one is a free elective, one must be a business elective, and the remaining two must be either business electives or CHEM electives as listed. Business electives are normally chosen from the following: ACTSC 231, ECON 211, 220, 361, 372, HRM 200, 301, MSCI 311, 432, STAT 231, 333. HRM 200 and MSCI 311 are recommended. Other courses may be used as substitutes on approval of the Undergraduate Advisor.

**Chemistry Electives – These 3.0 units must be at the 300- or 400-level. See Note 1.

Note 1:

 When choosing Chemistry elective** units, students should consult a Chemistry Undergraduate Advisor to determine whether the student has both the appropriate prerequisites and suitable background in peripheral areas (e.g. Math or Physics), required for each of the selected courses at the 300- or 400-level.