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

Continuation in the Science and Business, Earth Sciences 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

EARTH 121/121L

CHEM 123/123L AFM 123 EARTH 221 AFM 231 EARTH 260

400- Level

EARTH Elective

EARTH Elective
CHEM 120/120L AFM 131 EARTH 231 ECON 102 EARTH 238 MGMT 220 EARTH Elective

Program or 300/400- Level

EARTH Elective

ENGL 193/

SPCOM 193

EARTH 123 ECON 101 EARTH 235 ECON 201 EARTH 232 ECON 255

Program Elective

Program or 300/400- Level

EARTH Elective

MATH 127 MATH 128 PHYS 111/111L ECON 221 EARTH 358 ECON 371 SCBUS 423 Elective
CS 100
SCBUS 123 SCBUS 122 SCBUS 223 PHYS 112 SCBUS 225 SCBUS 323    

Successful completion of this program requires:

21.0 units distributed as follows:

2.Co-operative education requirements that include:

  • A minimum of four work terms
  • Four WatPD (professional development) courses that must include PD 1PD 11, and two PD elective courses
  • Four work-term reports:
    • One completed as part of PD 11

Additional Program Conditions:

  1. A maximum of 2.0 failed units is permitted.
  2. Normally, a maximum of 3.0 SCBUS units is permitted.
  3. 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. Alternative program electives may be substituted with permission from the academic advisor.
  2. HRM 200 and MSCI 311 are recommended program electives.
  3. EARTH electives can include EARTH 436A and EARTH 436B, Honours Thesis courses, with permission from the academic advisor and consent from the Faculty.
  4. Year Four EARTH electives allow students to focus their studies in areas of Geology, Geophysics, or Hydrogeology. Students should refer to course requirements for these specializations within Earth Sciences programs to guide their elective choices.
  5. Students interested in selecting courses to fulfil the knowledge based requirements for membership in the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario (APGO) may need to substitute certain required courses. Substitution can only be done with approval from the academic advisor.
  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.