Nov 17, 2019  
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Honours Chemistry (B.Sc.)


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Admission Notes


  1. PHYSICS 1BA3  (or 1BB3 ) must be completed by the end of Level II and is very strongly recommended in Level I. Effective September 2015, PHYSICS 1BB3  or 1CC3  must be completed by the end of Level II and is very strongly recommended in Level I.
  2. Students with credit in MATH 1X03  or 1ZA3  may use either as a substitution for MATH 1A03  or 1LS3 .
  3. Students who do not complete one of MATH 1AA3 , 1LT3 , 1XX3  (or 1ZB3 ) in Level I and MATH 1B03  (or 1ZC3 ) in either Level I or II are required to complete CHEM 2PC3  in Level II.

Admission


Completion of any Level I program with a Cumulative Average of at least 6.0 including:

6 units


 from the following courses, where an average of at least 6.0 (between the courses) is required

12 units


from

  • the Life Sciences I Course List or the Chemical and Physical Sciences I Course List (See Admission Notes 1 and 3 above.)

Note


Students who have satisfied all above admission criteria and have a Cumulative Average between 5.5 and 5.9 will be admitted to the program, on Program Probation. Students may be on Program Probation only once. Eligibility to continue in the program will require a Cumulative Average of at least 6.0 at the next academic review.

Admission (Effective September 2015)


Completion of any Level I program with a Cumulative Average of at least 6.0 including:

6 units


 from the following courses, where an average of at least 6.0 (between the courses) is required:

12 units


from Life Sciences I Course List or Chemical and Physical Sciences I Course List (See Admissions Notes 1 and 3 above.)

Note


Students who have satisfied all above program admission criteria and have a Cumulative Average between 5.5 and 5.9 will be admitted to the program, on Program Probation. Students may be on Program Probation only once. Eligibility to continue in the program will require a Cumulative Average of at least 6.0 at the next academic review.

Program Notes


  1. In some cases there are Level II and III prerequisites for Level III and IV courses. The prerequisites should be considered when choosing your Level II and III courses.
  2. BIOCHEM 2EE3  is an acceptable alternative to BIOCHEM 3G03 ; other Biochemistry courses that have Biology prerequisites are also permitted.
  3. CHEM 2PC3  is recommended for all Chemistry students, however it is not required for students who completed one of MATH 1AA3 , 1LT3 , 1XX3  (or 1ZB3 ) in Level I and MATH 1B03  (or 1ZC3 ) in Level I or II.
  4. CHEM 2Q03  is a recommended elective in Level II, however may be completed in Levels III or IV.
  5. One of PHYSICS 1CC3 , 1BB3  (or 1BA3 ) must be completed by the end of Level II and is very strongly recommended in Level I.
  6. CHEM 4G09  cannot be taken concurrently with CHEM 3LA3  or 3LB3 
  7. One of CHEM 3EP3 , 3RP3  may be completed to satisfy units toward the Level III Chemical Biology or Chemistry requirement.

Requirements


120 units total (Levels I to IV), of which no more than 48 units may be Level I

Level I: 30 Units


30 units


(See Admission above.)

Level II: 30 Units


Level II (Effective September 2015): 30 units


Level III: 30 Units


Level IV: 30 Units


9 units


from

  • Level IV Chemistry courses (See Program Note 6 above.)

6 units


from

  • Levels III, IV Chemical Biology or Chemistry courses (see Program Note 7 above)

15 units


  • Electives