The possible module combinations depend on the degree in which you’re enrolled. Below are links to Academic Calendar descriptions of each module as well as program checklists to download to help you plan your course selection each year. For the Honors Specialization in Chemistry and the Specialization in Chemistry have more information about the core and suggestions on chosing electives.
The Minor in Advanced Chemistry may only be taken in combination with the Specialization in Chemistry, the Honors Specialization in Chemistry, and the Honors Specialization in Biochemistry and Chemistry modules. The advanced minor allow students to specialize further in specific areas of chemistry, to better position themselves for careers in chemistry and for graduate degrees.
The Science/BMSc Internship Program includes a series of preparatory sessions, an 8-16 month practical career-related experience in an employment setting, and a post-internship component. All students enrolled in the 3rd year of a 4-year undergraduate Science or Medical Sciences Honors Specialization, Specialization, or in a Major + Major combination [where at least one of the Majors is in Science or Medical Sciences] or students who are enrolled in the 3rd year of a 4-year BSc or BSc (Hons) program, are eligible to enroll in the Science/BMSc Internship Program, if they satisfy the eligibility requirements.