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Applied Water Science (BSc)


Applied Water Science (BSc)

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Receive interdisciplinary training in the underlying scientific principles and theory pertaining to the physical, chemical and biological properties of water.

Our Applied Water Science program focuses on how these scientific principles can be applied to improve the management and conservation of water and land resources.

 


Program Highlights

  • co-op-icon.jpgCo-op is available (apply after first year).
  • Students looking for work-related experience in the water sciences may also qualify to participate in co-op, which will include two eight-month work placements in the water sector after year three.
  • You will have opportunities to strengthen communication skills through a combination of extensive fieldwork, excursions and lecture/laboratory experiences.

First-Year Courses

  • Global Issues in Water and Environmental Health
  • Unifying Life Processes
  • Biological Diversity and Evolution
  • Fundamentals of Chemistry I
  • Fundamentals of Chemistry II
  • Introduction to Physical Geography
  • Introductory Calculus for the Natural Sciences
  • Calculus I for the Natural Sciences
  • The Anatomy of Earth
  • Mechanics for the Life Sciences
  • 0.5 elective credit

Choice may be offered for a selection of these courses. For detailed information, visit Program Requirements.

Admission Requirements

We encourage applicants of all academic backgrounds to apply.

Ontario High School Curriculum

  • Minimum admission range of mid 70s.
  • Competitive admission range of mid 80s.
  • English at 60%.
  • Advanced Functions, Biology and Chemistry each at 70%.
  • All prerequisite courses calculated in admission average.

Other Curriculums

Visit our admission requirements section to find specific requirements for international curriculums, other Canadian curriculums, transfer students and more.

 

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