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Multidisciplinary Studies in Science (Minor)

Why choose Multidisciplinary Studies in Science?

The Science College offers highly motivated students in any of the sciences a multidisciplinary program that prepares you for a life of scientific thought and research. In this program — while majoring in your own discipline — you also participate in scientific research projects in each of your three undergraduate years. You’ll take courses that highlight the interrelated nature of the sciences, and you and other Science College students will wrestle with scientific problems, talk with professors and propose new ideas for discussion. This is a challenging program. Usually, Science College students appear as co-authors on papers based on their research.

  • Minor in Multidisciplinary Studies in Science (24–30 credits)

Students must enrol in a science program that leads to a BSc degree in order to be part of Science College. Students registered for a BCompSc or a BA may be eligible as evaluated by the College. This minor is only available to students enrolled Specialization, Honours or Major.

Students in the College must obtain a minimum grade of “B-” in all courses of their major, specialization or honours program and in all courses offered by the College. Please note that some courses may be repeated twice for credit in this program, provided the subject matter is different each time.

We consider complete applications year round and we give priority to applicants who apply by official deadlines. Late applications will be considered if places are still available.

Fall term deadline:
Canadian citizen or
permanent resident
March 1
International Students February 1
Winter term deadline:
Canadian citizen or
permanent resident
November 1
International students September 1

We reserve the right to close admission to a program at any time after the official deadline without prior notice.

The Minor in Multidisciplinary Studies in Science, consists of 30 of the 90 credits normally required for a BSc degree. These courses have been developed specifically for the College with the intention of providing a unique, integrated program of education in science. In addition to completing the core curriculum, students are responsible for satisfying their particular degree requirements by completing a departmental Honours, Specialization, or Major program leading to a BSc. 

Please consult the undergraduate calendar for a complete list of courses and program requirements.

See current course offerings.

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