|School:||University of Victoria|
|Field of Study:||Chemistry, General
Geology/Earth Science, General
Oceanography, Chemical and Physical
|Description:||Global climate change, earthquake hazard, natural resource planning, greenhouse gas/ozone-level monitoring, marine pollution, and groundwater contamination are phrases you find daily in the newspaper, and represent but a few of the fields in which earth and ocean scientists make a contribution. The School of Earth and Ocean Sciences (SEOS) at the University of Victoria was the first in Canada to combine the disciplines of earth and ocean sciences in one program and to focus on earth system science. Earth system science seeks to understand the earth’s present and past processes and interactions on a global scale through the integrated study of the solid earth, oceans and atmosphere. These studies encompass global change caused by both natural processes and human activity.
The chemistry department offers a variety of programs leading to the BSc degree. Features of the undergraduate courses include an early introduction to practical spectrosopy, innovative interdisciplinary courses at third year in structure and bonding and in reaction mechanisms. Hands-on skills are developed through laboratory courses, and research projects with individual faculty members. This program combines courses from both Earth and Ocean Sciences and Chemistry.
|URL:||Chemistry and Earth and Ocean Sciences at University of Victoria|
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|Grade for Entrance Previous Year (%)*||80|
These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
Two other approved academic 12 courses are also required.