The program is divided into a Science portion, which consists of 90 units and an Education portion, which consists of 60 units. The outline of the concurrent degree is shown in the suggested course sequence below. Students will complete the first three full years (90 units) in the Faculty of Science. In years 4 and 5, students will complete the education portion of the degree. Students should consult the Werklund School of Education for complete details of years 4 and 5 of their degree. In the Education portion of the program in Year 5, a project course is required amalgamating Science and Education. This course replaces the 500-level Science project course (Science 501) and an option required in the regular Natural Sciences program.
Science Portion (90 units)
In the Science portion, the following concentrations are possible: Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
The requirements are the same as for the Natural Sciences Major program as specified in the Program Structure except that the 9 units Natural Science specific course requirements and the 18 units Non-Science options are replaced by:
3 units - English literature
3 units - Education 201
3 units - Science 403
18 units - Options
Education Portion (60 units)
For details see the information in the Werklund School of Education portion of the calendar.