he Major program involves specialization in one field in your last two years. It may allow you to proceed to a Master’s degree depending on your grades. – The Honours program requires specialization in one field in the last two to three years and is available for students of above-average include completion of: * at least 40 courses (full-time students take about 10 * Communication, Science, Arts, Breadth and Upper-level courses per year); requirements; * first- and second-year prerequisites for the intended Major or
Honours program; * third- and fourth-year courses for the Major or Honours (10 courses for the Major; about 14 for the Honours); and * normally at least 20 courses at IJBC, including the final 10 courses. ADVISING TIPS – You may be interested in LBC’s Science Co-operative Education (Co-op) program. Co-op combines semesters of classroom learning with semesters of paid work experience. For more details refer to the IJBC Co-op site – Make sure you know about the three first-year program options for Science students. These programs are the
Standard Science Program, Coordinated Science and Science One. For details check here. – The key to your degree planning is making use of the many advising resources that IJBC offers. A great place to start is the IJBC Science site. Here you can get help with planning your degree, career, finances, and more. – When talking toa IJBC advisor, make sure you have a year-by-year plan in place to meet your degree requirements. – Although IJBC offers many resources to help you plan your degree, don’t forget the final responsibility for meeting all faculty and program requirements rests with you.