Program Information

School: The King’s University
Faculty: Natural Sciences
Degree: Bachelor
Field of Study: Chemistry, General
Description: Chemistry is about creativity. Chemists design and create new molecules and explore their properties and reactivities. Putting this creative knowledge to work, chemists team up with biologists, pharmacologists, engineers, material scientists, and environmental professionals to reveal secrets of life’s building blocks. The chemistry program lets students come to a deeper understanding of the molecular world so they can engage with molecules to bring healing to a damaged and hurting world. Learn how to describe, visualize, interact with, and appreciate the molecular world from leading professors in the field and conduct extensive laboratory research projects. Recent King’s chemistry graduates have received prestigious fellowships to support their admission to leading graduate schools. Others have entered professional programs such as medicine and dentistry, found employment in chemistry and environmental laboratories, or have gone on teach science and chemistry. The Chemistry program is fully accredited by the Chemical Institute of Canada. The department has gained national and international prominence and awards for the quality of its teaching and research.
URL: Chemistry (B.Sc. 3-year) at The King’s University
Course Based: Yes
Length: 3 Year(s)
Cost per year:*
Scholarships: 1
Careers: Chemists

Admission Requirements

Grade for Entrance Previous Year (%)* 60

These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.

  • Grade12 English
  • Grade12 Chemistry
  • Grade12 Mathematics

Additional Admission Requirements:

  • Letter(s) of Reference

Application forms are complete when all required information on the application form has been supplied, the application fee has been received, official transcripts and other required documents have been received by the University College and a personal recommendation has been received by the University College.