Undergraduate Programs

BSc General

Design your own Science degree 

The Bachelor of Science (BSc) General degree allows you to focus on more than one area of study. By selecting from a variety of major and minors as well as optional courses, you can create a diversified degree based on your own interests.

Your major must be in Science, but your minor can be from Science; Arts; Business; or Agriculture, Life and Environmental Sciences. (Double majors are also available)

Available Majors

Science Majors Courses that may be included in this major
(see planning sheet for requirements)
Biological Sciences  BIOCH, BIOIN, BIOL, BOT, CELL, ENT, GENET, IMIN, MA SC, MICRB, MMI, NEURO, PALEO, PHYSL, PMCOL, ZOOL 
Chemistry 
BIOCH, CHEM 
Computing Science 
CMPUT
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences  Science EAS courses, GEOPH, PALEO
Mathematics  MATH  
Physical Sciences    ASTRO, BIOCH, CHEM, GEOPH, MA PH, PHYS 
Physics   ASTRO, GEOPH, MA PH, PHYS 
Psychology  PSYCO  
Statistics and Applied Probability  STAT 
 


*Courses in the major and minor may not overlap. For example, the Physical Sciences major or minor may not be paired with a Chemistry or Physics major or minor.

Available Minors

 Choose one of the following  
Science Minors  Choose any discipline above that is different from your major 
Arts Minors Ancient & Medieval History, Anthropology; Art and Design; Central/East European Studies; Chinese; Christian Theology; Classical Studies; Comparative Literature; Creative Writing; Drama; East Asian Studies; Economics; English; Film Studies; French; German; Greek & Latin; Hebrew (Biblical); History; History of Art, Design & Visuals; Human Geography; Individualized Study; International Studies; Italian Studies; Japanese; Latin American Studies; Linguistics; Middle Eastern and African Studies; Music; Native Studies; Philosophy; Polish; Political Science; Psychology; Religious Studies; Russian; Scandinavian; Science Technology and Society; Sociology; Spanish; Ukrainian; and Women’s Studies.  
Business Minor  Apply for this minor after completing one year of pre-requisite courses.  
Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences  Agriculture, Human Ecology, and Nutrition (See §193.3.1 for details)