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EGBC courses

In BC and across Canada, provincial legislation requires geoscientists to be professionally registered for many types of work. In BC the organization that regulates Professional Geoscientists is Engineers & Geoscientists BC. Getting a professional designation is the next step after university, and many students prepare for this by joining EGBC as a student member. After earning a geoscience degree, graduates that qualify may register as a Geoscientist-in-Training with EGBC, and later qualify as a Professional Geoscientist.  

While earning a Bachelor of Science degree, students need to carefully select courses that meet EGBC’s required syllabus.  

 

Douglas College Courses – Geology Syllabus  (SFU transfer)

FS-A1 MATH 1120 
FS-A2 PHYS 1110 or 1107/1207
FS-A3 CHEM 1110
COM-B1 MATH 1220
COM-B2 CHEM 1210
COM-B3 PHYS 1210 or 1107/1207
COM-B4 BIOL 1110 or 1210
COM-B5 CMPT 1105 or 1110
COM-B6 MATH 1160 or 2260
COM-A1 EAES 2400 and 2410
COM-A2 EAES 2340
COM-A3 EAES 2550  
COM-A4 EAES 1500
FGL-A7 GEOG 2220
GL-C41 GEOG 2270
GL-C56 EAES 1121

     

Douglas College Courses – Environmental Geoscience Syllabus (SFU transfer)

FS-A1  MATH 1120 
FS-A2 PHYS 1110 or 1107/1207
FS-A3  CHEM 1110
COM-B1 MATH 1220
COM-B2 CHEM 1210
COM-B3 PHYS 1210 or 1107/1207
COM-B4 BIOL 1110 or 1210
COM-B5 CMPT 1105 or 1110
COM-B6 MATH 1160 or 2260
COM-A1 EAES 2400 and 2410
COM-A2 EAES 2340
COM-A3 EAES 2550
COM-A4 EAES 1500
FEG-A5 GEOG 2220
EG-C3 GEOG 2210
EG-C9 GEOG 2230 or BIOL 3305
EG-C42 GEOG 2270
EG-C58 EAES 1121

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