Program Guide - 3925 - Bachelor of Science and Business with a Major in Earth Science

Students completing a Bachelor of Science and Business degree with a Major in Earth Science must complete 144 Units of Credit (UoC) as described in Tables 1 and 2:

Table 1: Program Structure
Major 78 UoC (13 courses) 96 UoC 144 UoC
Science Electives 18 UoC (3 courses)
Foundation Business 24 UoC (4 courses) 48 UoC
Business Electives 24 UoC (4 courses)


Table 2: Courses comprising a Bachelor of Science and Business with a Major in Earth Science
Stage 1 GEOS1111 (S2, T3) GEOS1211 (S1, T1) MATH1041 (S1, S2, T1, T2, T3) Science Level 1 Elective Science Elective Science Elective Foundation Business Foundation Business
Stage 2 BEES2041 (T1) GEOS2171 (T1) GEOS2181 (T2) GEOS2811 (T2) 1 subject from: Foundation Business Foundation Business Business Elective
Stage 3 GEOS3131 (T1) GEOS3141 (T3) GEOS3181 2 subjects from: Business Elective Business Elective Business Elective

In addition to the courses required for your major, students must also take Science Electives, Free Electives, and General Education courses. Students may use their Science Electives and/or Free Electives to complete a second major.

Table 3: Electives
Stage 1 Recommended Electives:
Foundation Business Courses:
  • ACCT1501
  • ECON1101
  • MARK1012
  • MGMT1001
  • TABL1710
Business Electives:
  • MGMT2002
  • MGMT2010
  • MGMT2105
  • MGMT2200
  • MGMT2718
  • MGMT2725
  • MGMT3001
  • MGMT3702
  • MGMT3721
  • MGMT3724
  • MARK2051
  • MARK2052
  • MARK2053
  • MARK2071
  • MARK3081
  • MARK3085
  • MARK3091
  • MARK3092
  • TABL2712
  • TABL2721
Please Note:
  • Semester offerings are subject to change. Please check the timetable prior to planning for your enrolment.
  • Science Electives are courses taken from within the Faculty of Science, as defined by Table 1 in the Online Handbook.
  • Recommended Electives are not required, but are recommended as complementary courses for this major when choosing electives.

For more information about requirements for majors, minors, dual degrees or double majors, see the Online Handbook.