First year courses for each major

This is a list of majors and introductory course suggestions.  Click on your chosen major or a major that interests you to see a summary of the first year course requirements and the number of electives you should be planning.

Remember that your degree requirements are located in the Academic Calendar.

Students beginning their studies in the Fall 2018 term and thereafter must take at least 0.5 credit from the Approved Indigenous Course List (see p. 17 in Academic Calendar). 

Further course suggestions can be found on some program websites (departmental programs). 

 

Undeclared

Possible Majors

 

Arts, General/Honours (BA)

  • Arts General/Arts Honours are not themselves majors. If you receive notice that you are in Arts General/Arts Honours either you did not declare an area of interest on your application or you have accepted an alternate offer to the direct entry program to which you applied.
  • Since these are not majors there are no required courses. Please review the required courses for majors that you may be interested in.

 

Science, General/Honours (BSc)

  • Science General/Science Honours are not themselves majors. If you receive notice that you are in Science General/Science Honours either you did not declare an area of interest on your application or you have accepted an alternate offer to the direct entry program to which you applied.
  • Since these are not majors there are no required courses. Please review the required courses for majors that you may be interested in.

POSSIBLE MAJORS

 

Ancient Greek & Roman Studies

  • There are no required 1000L credits for this major. There are 1000 level AHCL GREK and LATN courses available.
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Anthropology

  • There are no required 1000L credits for this major. There are 1000 level ANTH courses available.
  • For those interested in a science degree (BSc), consider taking your required 1.0 MATH credit (MATH 1001H, 1080H, and 2080Y, do not satisfy the Mathematics requirement for a Bachelor of Science degree.)
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Archaeology

  • Required: 0.5 credit ANTH-AHCL 1030H (or AHCL 1001H).
  • Those interested in the BSc in Archeology also require 0.5 GEOG 1040H and 1.5 credits from BIOL 1020H, BIOL 1030H, CHEM 1000H, CHEM 1010H, or PHYS 1060H.
  • For those interested in a science degree (BSc), consider taking your required 1.0 MATH credit (MATH 1001H, 1080H, and 2080Y, do not satisfy the Mathematics requirement for a Bachelor of Science degree).
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Arts & Science (Honours)

  • Required: ASCI 1001H, 1002H
  • Students are strongly encouraged to take 1000L courses that could lead to different majors/joint-majors/minors (see p. 45 of the Academic Calendar). Students are encouraged to include a mix of humanities, social science and science courses.

 

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

  • Required: BIOL 1020H, BIOL 1030H, CHEM 1000H, CHEM 1010H, and one of PHYS-BIOL 1060H or PHYS 1001H
  • It is strongly recommended that you take your required MATH credit in first year: 1 credit consisting of MATH 1110H and 1120H or: MATH 1005H with an additional 0.5 MATH (excluding MATH 1001H, 1080H and 2080Y).
  • If you take all of the 1000 level required credits in this academic year, you will have up to 1.5 additional credits to choose: they are electives. Consider taking the required introductory courses in programs that you find interesting.

 

Biology

  • Required for Single Major: BIOL 1020H, BIOL 1030H, CHEM 1000H, CHEM 1010H, and one of PHYS-BIOL 1060H or PHYS 1001H
  • 0.5 credit in a humanities subject (AHCL, GREK, LATN, CAST, CCTH, CUST, ENGL, HIST, PHIL, WMST, FREN, ARAB, ASLA, CHIN, GRMN, ITAL, LING, RUSS, or SPAN – see p. 18 for humanities programs)
  • 1.0 MATH credit (MATH 1001H, 1080H, and 2080Y, do not satisfy the Mathematics requirement for a Bachelor of Science degree.)
  • Required for Joint Major: BIOL 1020H and BIOL 1030H
  • If you plan to do the joint major B.Sc. (science degree), you will also require 1.0 MATH credit (MATH 1001H, 1080H, and 2080Y, do not satisfy the Mathematics requirement for a Bachelor of Science degree).
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Biomedical Science

  • 5.5 1000L credits are required for the Biomedical Degree, MATH 1550H can be taken in your second year: BIOM 1000H, BIOL 1050H, 1051H, CHEM 1000H, 1010H, MATH 1110H, 1120H, 1550H, PSYC 1020H, PSYC 1030H, PHYS 1001H or 1060H.

 

Business Administration

  • Required for BBA or ADMN Joint Major: ADMN 1000H, ADMN 1021H, ECON 1010H, and ECON 1020H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.
  • For those considering a Specialization in Accounting or Finance, you might want to enroll in both ADMN 1000H and ADMN 1021H in the Fall term and ADMN 2010H and ADMN 2021H in the Winter term of first year.  This will then leave appropriate space in the upper years to timetable the additional accounting and finance courses.  

 

Canadian Studies

  • Required: CAST 1100H and one of CAST 1101H, CAST 1103H, or CAST 1104H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Chemical Physics

  • Required: CHEM 1000H, CHEM 1010H, PHYS 1001H, PHYS 1002H, MATH 1110H, MATH 1120H, MATH 1350 and COIS 1020H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Chemistry

  • Required: CHEM 1000H, CHEM 1010H, PHYS 1001H, PHYS 1002H,1.0 MATH credit from MATH 1110H and 1120H or: MATH 1005H and one of MATH 1350H or MATH 1550H.
  • Students who major in Chemistry also require an additional 0.5 credit in MATH or COIS (excluding MATH 1001, 1080H, 2080Y). You may want to take a 1000-level half-credit course that could meet this requirement.
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in other programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Child & Youth Studies (only available on the Durham - GTA Campus)

  • Required: CHYS 1000H, CHYS 1001H, CHYS 1002H, PSYC 1020H, PSYC 1030H, SOCI 1001H, SOCI 1002H, WRIT 1001H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in other programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Communications and Critical Thinking (only available on the Durham - GTA Campus as a General Arts degree)

  • Required: CCTH 1000H, CCTH 1080H, PHIL 1200H, and WRIT 1001H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in other programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

 

Computing & Information Systems

If you are considering a specialization, there may be additional requirements that you could include in your first year course selection (see p. 109 & 110 in the Academic Calendar).

  • Required for a Science degree in Computing Systems (single and joint-major): COIS 1010H, COIS 1020H, MATH 1350H, MATH 1550H, and one of MATH 1005H or MATH 1110H. 
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in other programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.
     
  • Required for an Arts degree in Computing Systems (joint-major only): COIS 1010H, COIS 1620H, COIS 1020H or 1520H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in other programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.
     
  • Required for (Arts or Science) Information Systems (joint-major only): COIS 1010H, COIS 1520H, COIS 1620H
  • For those interested in a science degree (B.Sc.), consider taking your required 1.0 MATH credit (MATH 1001H, 1080H and 2080Y, do not satisfy the Mathematics requirement for a Bachelor of Science degree).
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in other programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.
     
  • Required for the Computing Systems Co-Op:
    Fall (Study 1)
    – 1.5 COIS credits consisting of COIS 1010H, COIS 1020H, and 2830H
    – 0.5 MATH credit from MATH 1005H or 1110H
    – 0.5 additional credit*
    Winter (Study 2)
    – 1.5 COIS credits consisting of COIS 2240H, COIS 2300H, and COIS-ADMN 1620H
    – 0.5 MATH credit consisting of MATH 1550H
    – 0.5 additional credit**

*Suggested: MATH 1005H, 1110H, 1120H, 1350H, or 1550H
**Suggested: COIS-ADMN 3850H (in Study 2 or 3)

 

Computing Systems & Physics

  • Required: PHYS 1001H, PHYS 1002H, COIS 1010H, COIS 1020H, MATH 1110H, MATH 1120H, MATH 1350H, MATH 1550H
  • You will have room for up to 1 additional credit that is an elective credit. Consider taking the required introductory course or courses in a program that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Conservation Biology

  • Required: BIOL 1020H, BIOL 1030H, CHEM 1000H, CHEM 1010H, ERSC 1010H, ERSC 1020H, PHYS 1001H or PHYS-BIOL 1060H and 1.0 MATH credit from MATH 1051H and 1052H or from MATH 1005H and 1550H.
  • You will have room for up to 0.5 additional credit that is an elective credit. Consider taking the required introductory course or courses in a program that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Cultural Studies

  • Required: 1.0 CUST credit at the 1000 level
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Ecological Restoration

  • The first two years of the program are completed at Fleming College.
  • Students come to Trent in their third year of study. You are provided with a list of the 10 credits that need to be completed at Trent. 

 

Economics

  • Required: ECON 1010H and ECON 1020H
  • For those interested in a single or joint-major science degree in ECON, required courses in second and third year (ECON-ADMN 2200H and 3200H) meet the requirement for a MATH credit; therefore taking a MATH credit in first year is optional.
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Education - Concurrent Bachelor of Education - Indigenous Program

In addition to the program requirements listed below, students may choose to pursue a major in Indigenous Studies or another single-major General program in the first three years of study. Consider taking the required 1000L courses that could lead to a single-major General program.

  • Required for Primary/Junior Program: INDG 1001H and INDG 1002H, INDG 2250Y or 2800Y
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.
     
  • Required for Intermediate/Senior Program: INDG 1001H and INDG 1002H
  • Students are encouraged to take 1000L courses required for their teachable subjects.
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Education - Teaching Stream

  • Required: EDUC 1010H and EDUC 1020H
  • ​Courses required for your major/joint-major
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting. If you are looking to teach at the secondary level you will require two teachable subjects.  

 

English Literature

  • Required: 1.0 ENGL credit at the 1000 level
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Environmental & Resource Studies/Science and B.E.S.S.

  • Required: ERSC 1010H and ERSC 1020H
  • For those interested in a science degree (B.Sc.), consider taking your required 1.0 MATH credit (MATH 1001H, 1080H, and 2080Y, do not satisfy the Mathematics requirement for a Bachelor of Science degree).
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Environmental Chemistry

  • Required: ERSC 1010H, ERSC 1020H, CHEM 1000H, CHEM 1010H, BIOL 1020H, BIOL 1030H, MATH 1005H, MATH 1051H, and one of the following, MATH 1052H or PHYS 1060H or PHYS 1001H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required introductory courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Environmental Geoscience

  • Required: BIOL 1020H, CHEM 1000H, CHEM 1010H, ERSC 1010H, GEOG 1040H, PHYS 1001H, MATH 1005H or MATH 1110H, and one of MATH 1120H or MATH 1550H
  • Students are encouraged to carefully plan when selecting courses to ensure they acquire prerequisites, particularly for ERSC 2240H, CHEM-ERSC 3600H, and GEOG 4080H.

 

Forensic Biology

  • 5.5 1000L credits are required. ANTH 1010H can be taken in your second year.  Required courses: FRSC 1011H, FRSC 1100H, BIOL 1030H, BIOL 1050H, BIOL 1051H, ANTH 1010H, CHEM 1000H, CHEM 1010H, MATH 1051H, MATH 1052H, PHYS 1001H

 

Forensic Chemistry

  • FRSC 1011H, FRSC 1100H, BIOL 1030H, CHEM 1000H, CHEM 1010H, MATH 1110H, MATH 1120H, PHYS 1001H and PHYS 1002H

 

Forensic Science

  • Bachelor Science in Forensic Science (single major). 5.5 1000L credits are required. ANTH 1001H can be taken in your second year.  Required courses: FRSC 1011H, 1100H, ANTH 1001H, BIOL 1030H, 1050H, 1051H, CHEM 1000H, 1010H, MATH 1051H and MATH 1052H, PHYS 1001H
     
  • Required for Joint Majors: FRSC 1011H and FRSC 1100H
     
  • For those interested in an arts degree (B.A.), it is recommended that you take BIOL 1030H and 1050H or 1020H and CHEM 1000H and 1010H in order to meet pre-requisite requirements for upper level FRSC courses. 
  • For those interested in a science degree (B.Sc.), consider taking your required 1.0 MATH credit (MATH 1001H, 1080H, and 2080Y, do not satisfy the Mathematics requirement for a Bachelor of Science degree). It is recommended that you take BIOL 1030H and 1050H or 1020H and CHEM 1000H and 1010H in order to meet pre-requisite requirements for upper level FRSC courses. 

 

  • Please consider what will make up the other half of your joint major. You will need to take the required courses for that major in addition to the required courses for Forensics.
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

French & Francophone Studies

  • Required: FREN 1101H and FREN 1102H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Gender & Women’s Studies

  • Required: WMST 1001H and WMST 1002H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Geography

  • Required for all Geography degrees (B.A. or B.Sc.): GEOG 1030H and 1040H
  • For those interested in a science degree (B.Sc.), consider taking your required 1.0 MATH credit (MATH 1001H, 1080H, and 2080Y, do not satisfy the Mathematics requirement for a Bachelor of Science degree.)
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

History

  • Required: 1.0 History credit at the 1000 level
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Indigenous Environmental Studies/Science

  • Required: IESS 1001H, ERSC 1010H, ERSC 1020H, INDG 1001H and INDG 1002H
  • For those interested in a science degree (B.Sc.) consider taking your required 1.0 MATH credit (MATH 1001H, 1080H, and 2080Y, do not satisfy the Mathematics requirement for a Bachelor of Science degree).
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Indigenous Studies

  • Required: INDG 1001H and INDG 1002H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

International Development Studies

  • Required: IDST 1001H and IDST 1002H
  • ECON 1010H and ECON 1020H are strongly recommended for students in the Honours program.
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

International Political Economy

  • Required: POST 1001H, POST 1002H, ECON 1010H, and ECON 1020H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Kinesiology

  • Required: BIOL 1020H, BIOL 1030H, BIOL 1050H, BIOL 1051H, NURS 1550H, CHEM 1000H, CHEM 1010H, PHYS-BIOL 1060H, PSYC 1020H, and PSYC 1030H

 

Mathematical Economics

  • Required: ECON 1010H, ECON 1020H, MATH 1110H, MATH 1120H, MATH 1350H and MATH 1550H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Mathematical Physics

  • Required: PHYS 1001H, PHYS 1002H, MATH 1110H, MATH 1120H, MATH 1350H, MATH 1550H, and COIS 1020H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Mathematics

  • Required: MATH 1110H, MATH 1120H, MATH 1350H, and MATH 1550H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Media Studies

  • Required: CUST 1535H and COIS 1010H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Nursing (Collaborative Program)

  • Required: NURS 1000H, NURS 1001H, NURS 1002H, NURS 1020H, NURS 1550H, BIOL 1050H, BIOL 1051H, and PSYC 1020H or PSYC 1030H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of an elective credit.

 

Nursing (Compressed Program)

  • Please refer to information provided by the School of Nursing

 

Philosophy

  • PHIL 1000H, PHIL 1100H, and PHIL 1200H are all strongly recommended.
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Physics

  • Required: PHYS 1001H, PHYS 1002H, MATH 1110H, MATH 1120H, MATH 1350H, and COIS 1020H
  • MATH 1550H is strongly recommended for students in the Honours program.
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Policing & Community Well-being

  • PLCW 1000H, INDG 1001H, FRSC 1100H, SOCI 1001H and 1002H

 

 

Political Studies

  • Required: POST 1001H and POST 1002H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Psychology

  • Required: PSYC 1020H and PSYC 1030H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.
  • Please note:
    • For those interested in a single major PSYC science degree (B.Sc.), required courses in second year (PSYC 2018H and PSYC 2019H) meet the requirement for a MATH credit;
    • For those considering a joint major PSYC science degree (B.Sc.) 1.0 MATH credit will be required, consider taking it in your first year (MATH 1001H, 1080H, and 2080Y, do not satisfy the Mathematics requirement for a Bachelor of Science degree).

 

Social Work

  • Required: SWRK 1000H and SWRK 1001H
    • 3.0 credits at the 1000 level in Psychology and/or Humanities and/or Social Sciences (for a list of disciplines in the Humanities and the Social Sciences see the Academic Calendar p.18)
    • and 1.0 credit in addition to the above (can be a science)
  • Note: Most of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Sociology

  • Required: SOCI 1001H and SOCI 1002H
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and consists of elective credits. Consider taking the required 1000L courses in a few programs that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Sustainable Agriculture & Food Systems

  • Required for the Arts degree (BAH) Single Major: SAFS 1001H, SAFS 1002H, ERSC 1010H, ERSC 1020H, GEOG 1030H, GEOG 1040H, IDST 1001H, and IDST 1002H
  • Required for the Arts degree (BAH) Joint Major: SAFS 1001H, SAFS 1002H, ERSC 1010H, ERSC 1020H, IDST 1001H, and IDST 1002H
  • Required for the Science degree (BSc) Single Major: SAFS 1001H, SAFS 1002H, BIOL 1020H, ERSC 1010H, ERSC 1020H, GEOG 1030H, GEOG 1040H, and 1 MATH credit (recommended: MATH 1051H and MATH 1052H) (MATH 1001H, 1080H, and 2080Y, do not satisfy the Mathematics requirement for a Bachelor of Science degree).
  • Required for the Science degree (BSc) Joint Major: SAFS 1001H, SAFS 1002H, BIOL 1020H, ERSC 1010H, ERSC 1020H, and 1 MATH credit (recommended: MATH 1051H and MATH 1052H) (MATH 1001H, 1080H, and 2080Y, do not satisfy the Mathematics requirement for a Bachelor of Science degree).
  • The rest of your course selection is flexible and is an elective credit. Consider taking the 1000L courses that you find interesting to open multiple pathways for the future.

 

Trent/Swansea Dual Degree - Engineering

  • Trent University, in partnership with Swansea University, United Kingdom, offers a dual degree leading to a Bachelor of Science (General) (BSc) and a Bachelor of Engineering degree (BEng). The program allows students to complete the requirements for both degrees in a structured four-year program of study.
  • Required: CHEM 1000H, CHEM 1010H, MATH 1110H, MATH 1120H, MATH 1350H, PHYS 1001H, PHYS 1002H, COIS 1020H, 0.5 INDG credit from the Approved Indigenous Course List, 0.5 elective credit.

 

Trent/Swansea Dual Degree - Law

  • ​Trent University, in partnership with Swansea University, United Kingdom, offers a dual degree leading to a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree (BA) or Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and a Single Honours Law degree (LLB). The program allows students to complete the requirements for both degrees in a structured six-year program of study.
    • The following single-major Honours programs are available for the dual degree:
      Bachelor of Arts in Canadian Studies
      Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Studies
      Bachelor of Arts in Economics
      Bachelor of Arts in English Literature
      Bachelor of Arts in Environmental & Resource Studies
      Bachelor of Arts in Gender & Women’s Studies
      Bachelor of Arts in Geography
      Bachelor of Arts in History
      Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Studies
      Bachelor of Arts in International Development Studies
      Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies
      Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
      Bachelor of Arts in Political Studies
      Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
      Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Please refer to the Academic Calendar starting on pg. 387 for an outline fo the six-year degree plan for each major - including the first year course requirements.

 

Water Sciences

• Required: BIOL 1020H, BIOL 1030H, CHEM 1000H, CHEM 1010H, ERSC 1010H, ERSC 1020H, GEOG 1040H, MATH 1051H, and MATH 1052H
• You have room for an additional half credit elective course.