Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.)

Welcome to the Bachelor of Applied Science degree program! All first year B.A.Sc. students will be invited to attend an Orientation Session in September – details will follow by email.

PICKING YOUR COURSES FOR SEMESTER 1 (FALL):

As a B.A.Sc. student in Semester 1, you will normally select five courses (or 2.50 credits). Your courses are determined by the major into which you have been admitted. Your required courses for Semester 1 are listed below by major:

Adult Development (Regular and Co-op)

  • FRHD*1100 Life: Health and Well-being
  • PSYC*1000 Introduction to Psychology
  • NUTR*1010 Introduction to Nutrition
  • ANTH*1150 Introduction to Anthropology or SOC*1100 Sociology
  • 0.50 elective - if you do not have high school biology you must take BIOL*1020 instead of an elective in Semester 1.

Applied Human Nutrition

  • CHEM*1040 General Chemistry I
  • FRHD*1100 Life: Health and Well-being
  • HTM*2700 Introductory Foods‡
  • PSYC*1000 Introduction to Psychology
  • 0.50 elective - if you do not have high school biology you must take BIOL*1020 instead of an elective in Semester 1.

Note: ‡ HTM *2700 is recommended for Semester 1, if capacity allows, but can also be taken in Semester 2 by substituting NUTR *1010 Introduction to Nutrition in Semester 1.

Child, Youth and Family (Regular and Co-op)

  • FRHD*1100 Life: Health and Well-being
  • PSYC*1000 Introduction to Psychology
  • ANTH*1150 Introduction to Anthropology or SOC*1100 Sociology
  • NUTR*1010 Introduction to Nutrition
  • 0.50 elective - if you do not have high school biology you must take BIOL*1020 instead of an elective in Semester 1.

Should you find that all sections of a required course are full, please contact your program counsellor.

ADVISING NOTES:

  • Review the Schedule of Studies (the order in which you are advised to take courses). Go to the Undergraduate Calendar, click “Degree Programs”, click your degree program, click on your major. Here you will find listings of courses that are available for selection throughout your studies.

  • Pick your courses as soon as possible. Availability of desired sections may fill up quickly.

  • You will use WebAdvisor to pick your courses. Detailed instructions on using WebAdvisor are available in the WebAdvisor Tutorial.

  • As you make your class schedule, ensure there are no conflicts in your timetable.

  • Download the Class Schedule Worksheet to assist in creating your schedule.

  • All B.A.Sc. students who do not have high school biology (or equivalent) must take BIOL*1020 instead of an elective in Semester 1.

  • Co-op students are required to maintain a minimum 70% average in first year over two full-time academic semesters (minimum 4.00 credits) to be eligible to continue in the Co-op program.

COURSE SELECTION TIPS:

  • Log in to WebAdvisor and begin registering for your course sections. Detailed instructions on using WebAdvisor are available in the WebAdvisor Tutorial.

  • As you select each course, consult WebAdvisor to make sure the course is available.

  • You will create your own class schedule by selecting lecture and seminar time slots that fit together in your schedule without conflicts.

  • Select your required courses first (see courses listed above) and build the rest of your schedule around these courses.

  • ‘Elective’ courses are any first year course that you find interesting – make sure you pick one that you’re eligible to take (i.e.: are there prerequisites?).

  • Distance Education (called DE) courses are an alternative way to take courses without meeting for regularly scheduled classes. You will find DE courses’ time listed in WebAdvisor as TBA.

For additional information and counselling please contact:

B.A.Sc. Program Counsellor Macdonald Institute, Room 253 (519) 824-4120, Ext. 58964 (Appointments) bascprog@uoguelph.ca
University of Guelph
50 Stone Road East
Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1
Canada
519-824-4120