Chemistry plays an integral role in the professional preparation of the science student.
Graduates of the Chemistry program have found many career opportunities, including advancement into management levels in technology-based industries.
Chemistry is a basic foundation for careers in research, industry, the health sciences, and the environment.
The Honours program and the program for graduate school preparation, both accredited by the Canadian Society for Chemistry, enable a student to continue to an advanced research degree.
For industry, students should supplement their program with Business courses.
For health sciences, the Chemistry major (Life Sciences Emphasis program) provides the prerequisite background.
Within the individual Chemistry courses, there is ample opportunity for breadth of preparation in theory and practice.
Following the introduction of general principles and laboratory skills, work is provided in analytical, organic, physical, and inorganic chemistry as well as biochemistry.
Fourth-year students may do independent projects in chemical problems encountered in testing, research, and development.
The Chemistry Department, located in the Neufeld Science Centre, features new and up-to-date laboratories and equipment.
Advanced students are given opportunities to develop their teaching and leadership skills by acting as teaching assistants in first-year laboratories under the supervision of a faculty member.
|Cost of living||1 person||$6,828|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$6,148|
Duolingo English Test: Overall score 110+ with a minimum score of 95 on the Literacy band.
Students who don't meet the requirements can enrol in TLC (Trinity Language Center).
|Program||CAEL||TOEFL||IELTS||TLC In-House Placement Test||Program Detail|
|Language Programs for Academic Studies (AES)||AES Level 1||10-29||21-34||3.0-4.0||15-40||Language Course|
|AES Level 2||30-39 (Writing: 15 or higher)||35-45 (Writing: 6 or higher)||4.5 (Writing: 4.0 or higher)||41-50||Language Course|
|AES Level 3||40-49 (Writing: 30 or higher)||46-59 (Writing: 12 or higher)||5.0 (Writing: 4.5 or higher)||51-60||Language Course|
|AES Level 4||50-59 (Writing: 40 or higher)||60-77 (Writing: 14 or higher)||5.5 (Writing: 5.0 or higher)||61-70||Language Course|
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