Science Course List

  • To obtain your diploma in science, you need to complete all the General Education requirements, 9 compulsory Science courses (descriptions in program planner) and 3 Science option courses (below).
  • Note that not all courses are offered every semester.
  • Students will be required to pass a Comprehensive Assessment in one (1) of their Science Option Courses.

Science Option Courses

Biology

Biology courses provide students with an opportunity to develop an understanding and appreciation of important biological concepts. Students also develop an appreciation of the implications of technological developments on the biological world. All students should verify with Academic Advising which of the following Biology courses are required for admission to specific university programs.

Chemistry

Earth/Ocean Sciences

Interdisciplinary

Mathematics

Physics

 

Science Make-Up Courses

Science Make-Up Courses

Science Make-Up Courses for Pathways to Science students and students in the Transition Program.

 

Science Objectives

Science Objectives

Graduates of the Science Program master the knowledge and skills of a basic scientific education as listed in the outcomes below. The program is organized according to objectives to be attained in each course. The following is a list of the Ministerial program objectives linked with Science courses.

OOUK ⇒ To analyze the organization, functioning and diversity of living beings.
OOUL ⇒ To analyze chemical and physical changes in matter using concepts associated with the structure of atoms and molecules.
OOUM ⇒ To analyze the properties of solutions and reactions in solutions.
OOUN ⇒ To apply the methods of differential calculus to the study of functions and problem solving.
OOUP ⇒ To apply the methods of integral calculus to the study of functions and problem solving.
OOUQ ⇒ To apply the methods of algebra and vector geometry to problem solving.
OOUR ⇒ To analyze various situations and phenomena in physics using the basic principles of classical mechanics.
OOUS ⇒ To analyze various situations and phenomena in physics using the basic laws of electricity and magnetism.
OOUT ⇒ To analyze various situations or phenomena associated with waves, optics and modern physics using basic principles.
OOUU ⇒ To apply acquired knowledge to one or more subjects in the sciences.
OOUV ⇒ To apply the experimental method in a scientific field.
OOXU ⇒ (Optional) To analyze the structure and functioning of multi-celled organisms in terms of homeostasis and from an evolutionary perspective.
OOXV ⇒ (Optional) To solve simple problems in organic chemistry.

 

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