B.Sc. General Science

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The General Science program gives you maximum flexibility to explore the sciences in a three-year degree program. 


Program Descriptions 

The BSc General Science program is a great way to explore your interests in science. The program offers a solid foundation in two core science areas chosen from biological sciences, chemistry and biochemistry, computer science, earth and environmental sciences, mathematics, physics, and economics. There is room in the program to explore other areas of interest as well. 

Many students transfer to any of the more specialized four-year BSc Honours programs, an easy transition with appropriate course selection. Some students choose to build a solid science foundation with their three-year General Science degree, then add specialized technical lab skills with a one- or two-year college program.

With program counseling and careful planning, a three-year, general degree in science can fulfill requirements to proceed to further professional training in health, education, law and business. 


Bsc (General Science) Three-Year Degree

The General Science program is ideal for students who wish to explore more than one area of science, who may be undecided about which subjects to study at the university. It’s a great place to start your university career.

BSc (General Science) Degree Completion for Medical Laboratory Technologists

This unique program grants medical laboratory technologists up to 17 course credits towards the 30-credit BSc (General Science) degree. It can be completed through our distance education courses or through any mixture of distance and in class training. You can earn a more specialized BSc degree in science by completing the remaining courses on campus. 


Career Paths 

  • Health sciences, health technologies
  • Education (with additional studies)
  • Quality control 

Student Support

General Science students are supported by dedicated and accessible advisors in the Faculty of Science office. Program advisors help you explore career options and match your course choices to your aspirations. They also help you choose and change programs if you wish to pursue a more specialized science program.


Admission Requirements 

Minimum 70% average + 70% Math/Science average. ENG4U, MHF4U and two of SCH4U, SBI4U or SPH4U. MCV4U is strongly recommended. 

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