Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

Welcome to the Bachelor of Science degree program. We are excited to have you join us.

As a B.Sc. student, you will normally select five courses (2.5 credits). You will only be selecting courses for the Fall 2024 semester (Semester 1) at this time. You will require:


The process for creating your schedule for Semester 1 (Fall 2024) is outlined below.


Advising Notes:

  • Some electives are required courses for certain majors and may be restricted. If space allows, restrictions on these courses may be removed near the end of the course selection period, allowing all students the opportunity to register. You should select an elective but keep checking WebAdvisor to see if space in your preferred elective becomes available.
  • Should you find that all sections of a required course are full, please first check the B.Sc. Academic Advising website for updates. If you continue to experience difficulties, please contact the B.Sc. Academic Counselling Centre (contact information follows).
  • Distance Education (DE01) courses have no scheduled class time as these courses are online.
  • If you are a transfer student with transfer credits, contact the B.Sc. Academic Counselling Centre to schedule an appointment (remote appointments are available during regular office hours).
  • Bio-Medical Science majors are required to maintain a minimum 75% average in first year, over two full-time academic semesters (total 5.00 credits including the eight core courses as prescribed by the Schedule of Studies), to be guaranteed continuation in the major.
  • For information about the Co-operative Education program, including requirements for students enrolled in Co-op and what to do if you're interested in applying for the program, visit the Co-operative Education page. Students wishing to apply to one of the Co-op majors can contact the B.Sc. Academic Counselling Centre for assistance.

Contact Information

B.Sc. Academic Counselling Centre
Summerlee Science Complex, Room 1329
519-824-4120 Ext. 53788

Please refer to the B.Sc. Academic Advising website before contacting the B.Sc. Academic Counselling Centre, as we may have already posted an answer to your question.