Bachelor of Science Program in Environmental Chemistry
In addition to the program requirements listed below, students must satisfy the University degree requirements (see Academic Course Calendar).
• The Environmental Chemistry program is a sequence of courses that compose an integrated whole and are offered by the Chemistry Department and the School of the Environment. For information on individual courses see Calendar entries for Chemistry and for Environmental & Resource Science/Studies.
• A minimum grade of 60% in each of CHEM 1000H, CHEM 1010H, ERSC 1010H and ERSC 1020H (or 1000Y) is required for the Honours or General degree in Environmental Chemistry.
• ERSC 3551H (3550Y) and 4350H are recommended for both the Honours and the General program; CHEM-ERSC 3600H and 3610H are highly recommended.
• Students wishing to transfer to a single-major program in Chemistry or Environmental & Resource Science should consult the chair of the appropriate department/program when they have successfully completed 8.0 to 10.0 university credits.