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The Bachelor of Science (BSc) General program gives you a broad education in more than one branch of study. Students either complete two majors or one major and one minor. Majors are chosen from ten science subject areas.
If you enroll in the General program and intend to transfer to a BSc Specialization or Honors program in the Faculty of Science at University of Alberta (U of A), carefully follow the requirements for the latter program when selecting your courses (consult an Academic Advisor). This applies to all students intending to transfer to the Universities of Calgary (U of C) or Lethbridge (U of L) which do not offer a BSc General program.
The following content provides a basic understanding of General Science programs but does not contain specific details regarding specific course requirements. This information is current at the time of publication but may change as the universities change. their requirements. While the below schedule is complimentary to the majority of concentrations included within the University of Alberta’s BSc General program, as well as the University of Lethbridge’s General Science and University of Calgary’s BSc Natural Science programs, it is recommended you contact an academic advisor regarding your chosen major/university.
Suggested Pattern Year 1
Suggested Pattern Year 2
Please contact the Advisors in the School of Arts and Sciences, or refer to the Academic Advising Planning Guides.
University Transfer Program
For the most current university program and transfer information, see the Planning Guides
This program transfers to BSc General at the U of A and also allows for subsequent transfer to University of Alberta BSc Specialization and Honours programs if admission requirements are met for those programs. It also allows for transfer to University of Calgary BSc Honours and majors programs, majors in the University of Lethbridge BSc program, and majors in Royal Roads University BSc Environment and Sustainability programs.
Note: There are some major/minor combinations which have required courses (usually in the second year) that are not offered at RDC. Students taking these combinations can either take other (transferable) courses during a second year or can transfer after their first year at RDC.
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English Language Proficiency
Duolingo English Test: 115
Method 2: Completion of English Language Arts 30-1 or equivalent with a minimum of 60%.(Official transcripts or WAEC or NECO results)
Method 3: SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THREE YEARS FULL-TIME EDUCATION IN ENGLISH, AT THE SECONDARY OR POST-SECONDARY LEVEL:
completed within Canada including the grade 12 year
completed in another country (see chart) where English is recognized as an official language of instruction and it is noted on the official transcript
completed at a recognized school or institution which uses English as the primary language of instruction
Method 4 | Successful Completion of the ILAC University Pathway Program with a minimum grade of 70%(Certificate of completion from ILAC)
1. Minimum average of 60% with no mark below 50% in: ELA 30-1 Mathematics 30-1 Two of Biology 30, Chemistry 30, Mathematics 31, Physics 30 Subject from Group A, B, or C OR 2. Mature Student You must be 19 years of age or older, out of high school for at least one full year before the program starts, and have a minimum average of 60% with no mark below 50% in: ELA 30-1 Mathematics 30-1 Two of Biology 30, Chemistry 30, Mathematics 31, Physics 30
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