In first year, students must include 1.0 course from each of two of the three categories A, B, and C, noted below.
Prior to graduation, students must successfully complete 1.0 course from each of Categories A, B, and C.
Anthropology, Economics, Dimensions of Leadership, First Nations Studies, Geography, History, International Relations, Management and Organizational Studies (formerly Administrative and Commercial Studies), Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Women's Studies
Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary
American Studies, Childhood and Social Institutions (formerly Childhood and Family Relations), Dance, Education, Family Studies, Health Sciences, Interdisciplinary Studies, Centre for Global Studies (formerly International and Comparative Studies; Modern Eastern Civilizations), Kinesiology, Linguistics, Media and the Public Interest, Media, Information and Technoculture, Nursing, Rehabilitation Sciences, Social Justice and Peace Studies*
Business Administration, Foods and Nutrition, Human Ecology, Law, Music, Social Work, Thanatology
Arts and Humanities
Classical Studies, Comparative Literature and Culture, Film Studies, Italian Studies, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Speech, Theological Studies, Visual Arts History, Visual Arts Studio, Women's Studies, Writing**
Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Engineering Science, Green Process Engineering, Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Software Engineering
Anatomy and Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Medical Biophysics, Medical Sciences, Microbiology and Immunology, Pathology, Pathology and Toxicology, Pharmacology and Toxicology, Physiology Science Actuarial
Applied Mathematics, Astronomy, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Computer Science, Differential Equations, Earth Sciences, Environmental Science, History of Science, Linear Algebra, Mathematics, Physics, Planetary Science, Statistical Sciences
Communication Sciences and Disorders
*Students who completed Childhood and Family Relations, International and Comparative Studies, and Linguistics prior to September 1, 2007 are permitted to graduate with these courses recognized as Category B.
** Writing courses restricted to English as a Second Language students (e.g., Writing 0001F/G, 0002F/G, 1021F/G, 1022F/G) do not qualify as Category B courses.
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Many of the following courses are courses students take to fulfill their Science requirement.
Check your program to see whether you need a specific course. You must also check the prerequisites and antirequisites in the calendar to be sure you are eligible for the course.
Note that some of the courses are not sufficient to prepare you for senior level courses in the same subject. You can tell by reviewing the course description and the prerequisites of senior courses.
* Courses which require no previous Science background.
Senior Level Courses (Check for Prerequisites)
NOTE: This list is updated annually when the new Timetable comes available. Please verify courses, descriptions and requisites in the current Academic Calendar and Timetable.