The Diploma in Science is granted after the completion of a minimum of 60 university-transfer credits from selected courses. Students planning to transfer to a program of studies at another post-secondary institution should choose their courses according to the requirements of that program.
1) One first-year university-transfer course from each of three different subject areas from List A.
|BIOL||BIOL 1110, BIOL 1210|
|CHEM||CHEM 1110, CHEM 1210|
|GEOL||GEOL 1120, GEOL 1121, GEOL 1200, GEOL 2201|
|MATH||MATH 1110, MATH 1120, MATH 1125, MATH 1130, MATH 1220, MATH 2230|
|PHYS||PHYS 1107, PHYS 1207 or PHYS 1110, PHYS 1210|
2) Additional courses in first-year or second-year university-transfer Science in two or more subject areas from List B.
|MATH 1160||Introduction to Statistics|
|MATH 1191||Mathematics for Teachers|
|PHYS 1170||Mechanics of Applied Science|
|SCIE 1106||Introductory Physical Science|
|SCIE 1107||Environmental Science|
|All courses from lists A and C|
3) A minimum of three courses in second-year university-transfer Science courses from List C.
|BIOL||BIOL 2300, BIOL 2301, BIOL 2302, BIOL 2321, BIOL 2421|
|CHEM (organic)||CHEM 2321, CHEM 2421|
|CHEM (physical)||CHEM 2310, CHEM 2410|
|GEOL||GEOL 2201, GEOL 2300, GEOL 2320, GEOL 2410, GEOL 2420|
|MATH||MATH 2232, MATH 2321, MATH 2421, MATH 2440|
A minimum of three credits in first-year university-transfer English or Communications.
A minimum of six credits and a maximum of nine credits from two different subject areas in university-transfer Arts.
Students planning to transfer to a program of studies at another post-secondary institution should choose their courses according to the requirements of that program. We recommend you consult with an Academic Advisor.