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Academic Regulations and Requirements for the Bachelor of Science Degree

Course Categories For B.Sc. Programs

Science Geography Courses

GEOG 1010, GEOG 2004, GEOG 2007, GEOG 2013, GEOG 2014, GEOG 3002, GEOG 3003, GEOG 3005, GEOG 3007, GEOG 3101, GEOG 3102, GEOG 3103, GEOG 3104, GEOG 3105, GEOG 3108, GEOG 4000, GEOG 4002, GEOG 4003, GEOG 4005, GEOG 4008, GEOG 4013, GEOG 4017, GEOG 4101, GEOG 4103, GEOG 4104, GEOG 4108, GEOG 4109

Science Geomatics Courses

GEOM 2004, GEOM 2007, GEOM 3002, GEOM 3005, GEOM 3007, GEOM 4003, GEOM 4007, GEOM 4008, GEOM 4009, GEOM 4406, GEOM 4408

Science Psychology Courses

PSYC 2001, PSYC 2002, PSYC 2200, PSYC 2700, PSYC 3000 [1.0], PSYC 3200[1.0], PSYC 3202, PSYC 3203, PSYC 3204, PSYC 3205, PSYC 3207, PSYC 3506, PSYC 3700[1.0], PSYC 3702, PSYC 3800[1.0], PSYC 4001, PSYC 4207

Science Continuation Courses

A course at the 2000-level or above may be used as a Science Continuation credit in a B.Sc. program if it is not in the students' major discipline and is chosen from the following:

  • Biology (BIOL) except BIOL 2106
  • Biochemistry (BIOC)
  • Earth Sciences (ERTH)
  • Students in Earth Sciences programs may use ERTH 2401, ERTH 2402 and ERTH 2403 only as free electives.
  • Environmental Science (ENSC)
  • Physics (PHYS) except PHYS 1901, PHYS 1902, and PHYS 2903.
  • Mathematics (MATH) or Statistics (STAT)
  • Computer Science (COMP) except COMP 1001. (A maximum of two half-credits at the 1000-level in Computer Science, excluding COMP 1001, may be used as Science Continuation credits.)
  • Science Geography courses (see list above)
  • Science Psychology courses (see list above)
  • Engineering (students wishing to register in Engineering courses must obtain the permission of the Faculty of Engineering and Design.)
  • Technology, Society, Environment Studies (TSES) courses except TSES 2305 [1.0]. (Biology General and Honours students may use these courses only as free electives. Integrated Science and Environmental Science students may include these courses in their programs but may not count them as part of the Science Sequence.)
Science Faculty Electives

Science Faculty Electives are courses at the 1000  - 4000 levels chosen from the following:

  • Biochemistry (BIOC)
  • Biology (BIOL) except BIOL 2106
  • Chemistry (CHEM) except CHEM 1003
  • Chemistry students may use BIOL 1902 and BIOL 1903 only as free electives
  • Earth Sciences (ERTH ) except ERTH 1003
  • Earth Science students may use ERTH 2401, ERTH 2402 and ERTH 2403 only as free electives.
  • Geomatics (GEOM) - see Science Geomatics Courses above.
  • Physics (PHYS) except PHYS 1901, PHYS 1902 and PHYS 2903.
  • Mathematics (MATH) or Statistics (STAT) except MATH 1805
  • Computer Science (COMP) except COMP 1000, COMP 1001, COMP 1805
  • Science Geography (GEOG) (see list above)
  • Science Psychology (PSYC) (see list above)
  • Technology, Society, Environment (TSES) (Biology General and Honours students may use these courses only as a free elective)
  • Engineering
Advanced Science Faculty Electives

Advanced Science Faculty Electives are courses at the 2000  - 4000 levels chosen from the Science Faculty Electives list above.

Approved Arts or Social Sciences Electives

All courses offered by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Public Affairs are approved as Arts or Social Sciences courses except for the following:

Business
BUSI 1001, BUSI 1002, BUSI 1004, BUSI 1005, BUSI 1402, BUSI 2001, BUSI 2002, BUSI 2300, BUSI 3001, BUSI 3008, BUSI 4000, BUSI 4002
Economics
ECON 2201, ECON 2202, ECON 2400, ECON 4004, ECON 4005, ECON 4706, ECON 4707
Geography
All Science Geography courses (see list above) and GEOG 1005 [1.0] Geomatics - All Geomatics courses (GEOM)
Psychology
All Science Psychology courses (see list above)
Free Electives

Any course is allowable as a Free Elective providing it is not prohibited (see below) or enrolment restricted (consult this Calendar and/or the registration instructions at carleton.ca/registration). Students are expected to comply with prerequisite requirements for all courses as published in this Calendar.

Courses Allowable Only as Free Electives in Any B.Sc. Program

BIOL 2106, CHEM 1003, ERTH 1003, MATH 1805, COMP 1805, PHYS 1901, PHYS 1902, PHYS 2903, ISCI 2002

Note: MATH 0107 and CHEM 0100 may be counted as free electives, providing:

    1. they have not been completed previously and
    2. the course is required as a prerequisite for the current program of study.
Prohibited Courses

The following courses are not acceptable for credit in any B.Sc. program: ISCI 1001, ISCI 1002, ISCI 2000, COMP 1001, ISSC 3000, MATH 0005, MATH 0007.

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