|School:||University of Alberta|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Education|
|Field of Study:||Chemistry, General
|Description:||Considered the "Central Science," chemistry is connected to all scientific disciplines and has a direct impact on our lives. A Chemistry major or minor in the BSc General degree is designed to provide a broad view of the discipline, and allows for customization and flexibility with courses and program direction.
From general and analytical chemistry to organic and environmental, our courses span every spectrum of the field, giving students the flexibility to pick the topics that appeal to them most. Paired with significant laboratory training – available to all students – you’ll be prepared for careers spanning numerous sectors.
|URL:||Chemistry (BSc – Business Minor) at University of Alberta|
|Cost per year:*||
This estimate is based on one year of full-time study, and represents only the tuition cost.
|Additional Admission Requirements:||
This program does not allow admission directly from high school. Preprofessional Study Time: 1 year. Admission of BSc General program students to the minor in Business is by application at the end of Year 1. ★24 required (★ = units of course weight): Junior English (★6), ECON 101 and 102 (★6), MATH 113 or 114 or 117 (★3), Mathematical Sciences (Mathematics, Statistics or Computing Science) (★3), and ★6 chosen from Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Physics, or Science Psychology. With the exception of ECON 101, applicants who do not have all required prerequisites but who present a competitive GPA are encouraged to apply. If admitted, such students will make up any course deficiencies during the first Fall/Winter in the Business Minor program. Admission Selection: Competitive, based on your AGPA (40%) and your average in required preprofessional courses (60%). If an applicant has repeated a course, the first passing grade is used to calculate the applicant’s ranking. For consideration, you need a minimum AGPA of 2.3 and an average of at least 2.3 in the required courses. Preference is given to applicants who apply at the end of their first year of study.