Continuation in the Science and Business program requires a cumulative overall average of 65% and a cumulative Science average of 65%. Successful completion of this program requires:

Co-op

1A

Fall

1B

Winter

2A

Fall

2B

Spring

3A

Winter

3B

Fall

4A

Fall

4B

Winter

AFM 131 CHEM 123/123L AFM 123 CORE Science Elective AFM 231 CORE Science Elective CORE Science Elective CORE Science Elective
CS 100
CHEM 120/120L CORE Science Elective CORE Science Elective CORE Science Elective CORE Science Elective CORE Science Elective CORE Science Elective CORE Science Elective
CORE Science Elective ECON 101 CORE Science Elective ECON 102 CORE Science Elective CORE Science Elective Elective CORE Science Elective
MATH 127 MATH 128 CORE Science Elective ECON 201 SCBUS 225 ECON 344 Elective Elective
SCBUS 123 SCBUS 122 SCBUS 223 ECON 221 ECON 371 SCBUS 323 SCBUS 423 Elective

Successful completion of this program requires 

  1. 21.0 units distributed as follows:
  2. Completion of the English Language Proficiency Requirement
  3. Completion of Co-op Program requirements

Additional program conditions

  1. The 8.5 unit Science elective yearly sequence differs for students who take BIOL in Year One versus those who take EARTH or PHYS in Year One:
    • BIOL: 1.0 unit, 2.5 units, 2.5 units, and 2.5 units
    • EARTH or PHYS: 1.5 units, 2.5 units, 2.5 units, and 2.0 units (i.e. first year labs will replace an upper year Science elective in Year Four)
  2. BIOL 101 does not count towards this program.
  3. A maximum of 2.0 failed units is permitted.
  4. Normally, a maximum of 3.0 SCBUS units is permitted.
  5. Co-op program information requirements are located in the Co-operative Education and Career Action section of this Calendar and in the Science Faculty work term report guidelines.

Notes

  1. Science elective courses include BIOL, CHEM, EARTH and PHYS.
  2. BIOL labs are recommended but not required unless needed to satisfy upper year courses as prerequisites.
  3. HRM 200 and MSCI 311 are recommended Program electives.
  4. Alternative Program electives may be substituted with permission from the program advisor.
  5. Students can emphasize finance in this program by selecting STAT 231STAT 333ACTSC 231, or ECON 372, or by substituting STAT 230 or ACTSC 446 as Program electives.
  6. Program outlines and course sequencing information are available on the Science and Business website.