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FACULTY OF SCIENCE

Bachelor of Science (General Science)

Total courses: thirty.

Major requirements: 18 courses

(a) two sets of six courses from two different Departments or School as listed: Biological Sciences: 55-140 and 55-141; and *four 55-xxx courses at the 200 level or above Chemistry and Biochemistry: 59-140 and 59-141; and *four 59-xxx courses at the 200 level or above
    Computer Science: 60-140 and 60-141; and *four 60-xxx courses at the 200 level or above
    Environmental Science: 66-140 and 66-141; and *four 66-xxx courses at the 200 level or above
    Economics: 41-110 and 41-111; and *four 41-xxx courses at the 200 level or above
    Mathematics and Statistics: 62-140 (or 62-139) and 62-141; and *four 62-xxx or 65-xxx courses at the 200 level or above
    Physics: 64-140 and 64-141; and *four 64-xxx courses at the 200 level or above

*NOTE: These courses must satisfy the Major Requirements for a degree program in the Department or School.

(b) one set of two courses from a third Department or School as listed:
    Biological Sciences: 55-140 and 55-141
    Chemistry and Biochemistry: 59-140 and 59-141
    Computer Science: 60-140 and 60-141, or 60-104 and 60-205, or 60-106 and 60-205
    Environmental Science: 66-140 and 66-141
    Economics: 41-110 and 41-111
    Mathematics and Statistics: one of 62-130, 62-139, or 62-140 and one of 62-141 or 65-205
    Physics: 64-140 and 64-141 or 64-130 and 64-131
    (c) four Science courses at the 300 level or above which satisfy the Major requirements for a degree program of the Department or School in the Faculty of Science that offers the courses.

    Other requirements
    : 12 courses
    (a) four courses from Arts/Languages and Social Sciences, with at least one from each, and
    (b) eight courses from any area of study excluding 55-100, 55-101, 59-110, 62-101, 62-102 and 62-194


    Calculation of Major Average
    Consistent with the University of Windsor regulations, the major average is calculated from the grades of all Science courses, excluding the grades obtained in the following courses that cannot be used to fulfill the major requirements in the Department or School offering the course: 55-100, 55-101, 55-212, 59-110, 59-191, 59-201, 59-232, 59-263, 60-207, 60-270, 60-305, 60-336, 66-110, 66-111, 66-210, 66-213,66-214, 62-101, 62-102, 62-194, 64-114, 64-115, 64-190, 64-191, 64-202, 64-203 and 66-201.
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    Standing Required for Continuation in the B.Sc. (General Science) Program

    Standing Required for Graduation from the B.Sc. (General Science) Program
    In order to graduate from the B.Sc. (General Science) program, a student must obtain a cumulative average of 5.0 or better in all courses and an average of 5.0 or better in all required Faculty of Science courses in these programs.

    Students receiving the B.Sc. (General Science) degree will have the designation, "General Science" respectively indicated on their transcripts.

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