What’s a major? A group of courses or a field of study you specialize in during your degree.
What’s a minor? A secondary concentration of courses that often complements your major.
Biology (major, minor)
Chemistry (major, minor)
Computer Science (major, minor)
Data Science (major, minor)
Earth and Environmental Sciences (major, minor)
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (major)
Economics (major, minor)
Science students [or students registered in a B.Sc. program] may earn a double major or declare a minor in a discipline offered by the Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Please see the Academic Calendar for more information.
For full details on all programs, see the Academic Calendar.
*This program is currently under review. Admissions into the program has been suspended for 2020. Students wishing to enrol in this program must contact the Mathematical Sciences undergraduate program advisor.
Experiential learning opportunities
Undergraduate students can take their learning outside the classroom:
- take part in the Co-op employment program
- perform self-directed research through the Undergraduate Research Awards program
- participate in the NSERC Undergraduate Research Awards program
- work as a Teaching Assistant
- explore the world through the Undergraduate Student Travel Grant
The Irving K. Barber Faculty of Science is organized into four departments that are responsible for the programs offered by our faculty.
Biochemistry | Biology | Ecology and Evolutionary Biology | Microbiology | Zoology
Biochemistry | Chemistry | Environmental Chemistry
Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics
Computer Science | Data Science | Mathematical Sciences | Mathematics | Medical Physics | Physics | Statistics
Earth, Environmental and Geographic Sciences
Earth & Environmental Sciences | Freshwater Science | Geography