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University of Calgary Calendar 2018-2019 Faculty of Science 4. Program Details 4.2 Chemistry
4.2 Chemistry
Degrees Offered

Undergraduate Programs1

Core

Enhancements

Chemistry BSc BSc Honours

Suspended Program

Core

Enhancements

Effective Date of Suspension
Chemical Physics BSc Honours   Fall 2016
Applied Chemistry BSc Co-op BSc Co-op Honours Summer 2018

There are many options for graduate studies leading to MSc and PhD degrees in the area of Chemistry. Details of graduate specializations can be found in the graduate section of this calendar.

1All degrees in the Faculty of Science, except Environmental Science, can be combined with eligible BA and BSc programs from the Faculty of Arts. Please refer to Section 3.4 for information on combined degrees, double majors with programs within the Faculty of Science as well as combined degrees with programs from other Faculties. Students interested in pursuing these degrees are encouraged to speak with an advisor in the Undergraduate Science Centre to develop a degree completion plan.

Programs Offered

BSc in Chemistry

BSc Honours in Chemistry

Minor in Chemistry

Suspended Program

BSc Honours in Chemical Physics

BSc in Applied Chemistry Co-operative Education

BSc Honours in Applied Chemistry Co-operative Education

Departmental vs. Faculty Regulations

Programs in the Department of Chemistry are governed by a combination of general Faculty of Science regulations and the additional program specific regulations listed below.

It is essential for students to be familiar with both sets of regulations. It is helpful to read the Faculty Regulations in Section 3 first.

Students should consult Academic Requirements in their Student Centre periodically to ensure that requirements are being met. Also, students are strongly urged to consult with the Undergraduate Science Centre (USC) and the Department at all stages of their program.

Departmental Information

Department Office: Science A 229

Telephone: 403.220.5340

Phone: 403.220.5353

Fax: 403.284.1372

Website: chem.ucalgary.ca/

Email: chem.undergrad@ucalgary.ca

Enrolment Limitations

Enrolment Limitations in Programs

Due to limited enrolment capacity in many senior courses in which there is a laboratory component, the Chemistry programs have a maximum capacity. For details on entry to the programs, see Section 3 (Faculty Regulations).

Enrolment Limitations in Courses

Enrolment in many courses offered by the Department of Chemistry is limited by laboratory space or other pedagogical considerations. The following courses are available in the first instance only to those students in good standing who meet the prerequisite(s) and have been admitted into a major or Natural Sciences program concentration that requires the course(s): Chemistry 311, 315, 321, 331, 333, 351, 353, 355, 371, 373, 453, 471, 515, 535 and 555.

Consult the Schedule Builder in the Student Centre for details regarding enrolment in these courses.

International Exchange

Students in Chemistry programs have the opportunity to study abroad through participation in a Departmental international exchange scheme/arrangement. For further details please contact University of Calgary International (ucalgary.ca/uci/).