Science & Business: Biochemistry program 2019 outline (Co-op)

Continuation in the Science and Business, Biochemistry Specialization 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

BIOL 239 AFM 123 BIOL 309 AFM 231 CHEM elective 200-level or higher BIOL/CHEM Elective BIOL 331
BIOL 130 ENGL 193/SPCOM 193 BIOL Elective BIOL Elective BIOL/CHEM Elective CHEM 333 BIOL/CHEM Elective BIOL/CHEM Elective
CHEM 120/120L CHEM 123/123L CHEM 264 OR CHEM 266/266L Program Elective SCBUS 225 BIOL/CHEM Elective Program or BIOL/CHEM Elective Program or BIOL/CHEM Elective
CS 100
MATH 127 ECON 101 ECON 102 CHEM 265/265L OR CHEM 267 CHEM 237/237L MGMT 220 Program Elective Elective
SCBUS 123 SCBUS 122 SCBUS 223 ECON 221 ECON 371 SCBUS 323

SCBUS 423

 

Successful completion of this program requires:

  1. 21.0 units distributed as follows:
  2. Co-operative education requirements that include:

Additional Program Conditions:

  1. A minimum of 0.5 unit BIOL or CHEM elective must be at the 400-level.
  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 requirements are located in the Co-operative Education and Career Action (CECA) section of this Calendar and in the Science Faculty work-term report guidelines.

Notes

  1. 100- and 200-level BIOL electives should be chosen to satisfy prerequisites for upper-year BIOL electives.
  2. BIOL labs may be needed to satisfy prerequisites for upper-year courses.
  3. BIOL 130L or BIOL 240L is recommended if BIOL 130 or BIOL 240 count as a BIOL elective.
  4. Alternative program electives may be substituted with permission from the academic advisor.
  5. HRM 200 and MSCI 311 are recommended program electives.
  6. Students can choose to emphasize one of the following business areas by selecting or substituting appropriate program electives into their program. Students should note that this may require an additional term(s) of study:
  7. Program outlines are available on the Science and Business website.