Pure and applied life sciences. Sound biological foundation. Multidisciplinary approach offering flexibility.
YOU MAY TAKE THIS SPECIALIZATION WITH THE FOLLOWING MAJOR: Life Sciences
Please consult with the bsc-advisor [dot] agenvsc [at] mcgill [dot] ca (student advisor) regarding course selections.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS: 24 credits
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Bachelor of Science (Agricultural and Environmental Sciences) (B.Sc.(Ag.Env.Sc.)) - Life Sciences (Multidisciplinary) (24 Credits)
Offered by:Natural Resource Sciences
Degree:B SC Agricu and Environm Sc
Students taking this specialization have a wide variety of Life Sciences course offerings to choose from, which allow them to target their program to their own interests in the field. Course choices are balanced between "fundamentals" and "applications." Depending upon the courses chosen, the resulting program may be relatively specialized or very broad, spanning several disciplines. Such a broad background in Life Sciences will open up employment opportunities in a variety of diverse bioscience industries; students with an appropriate CGPA may proceed to a wide variety of postgraduate programs or professional schools.
For information on academic advising, see: http://www.mcgill.ca/macdonald/studentinfo/advising
Complementary Courses (24 credits)
24 credits selected from the following list:
For more information, see Programs, Courses and University Regulations.
CAREER PATHS CAN INCLUDE:
Careers in the life sciences require strong grounding in biology, genetics, biochemistry and molecular biology, and can be found in the following fields: Health sciences and medical programs; Veterinary science and medicine; Food and fermentation industries; Bioscience and pharmaceutical industries; Agricultural biotechnology; Environmental sciences; Forensic sciences
For more career paths, please visit the Career Planning Service (CaPS) website.