Honours Biological Sciences
Undergraduate students may be allowed, with the consent of the instructor, to take one graduate course for credit.
Total courses: forty.
Major requirements:twenty courses, including the “Core” courses 55-140, 55-141, 55-210, 55-211, 55-213, and 55-341; and fourteen other Biology courses. At least nine courses must be at the 300 level or above. (Recommended: 55-238 and 55-320.)
(a) eight Science courses, including 59-140, 59-141, 59-230, 59-261, 65-205, 62-130 (or 62-140 and 62-141), and at least one pair of both 66-140 and 66-141, or both 64-130 and 64-131, or both 64-140 and 64-141, or both 60-104 or 60-106 and 60-205, or both 60-140 and 60-141, or both 66-100 and 66-102;
(b) six additional Science courses (five additional courses if taking 62-140 and 62-141), excluding *41-XXX and including additional courses in Biology. At least two of these courses must be at the 300 level or above;
(c)four options from Arts/Languages or Social Sciences, with at least one from each;
(d)two courses from any area of study.
*41- XXX courses will be counted as Social Science courses.
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: PROGRAM REGULATIONS AND INFORMATION
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: COURSES
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: PROGRAMS
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: INSTRUCTORS
FACULTY OF SCIENCE: GENERAL INFORMATION AND REGULATIONS
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