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Science for Arts Students

Science for Arts Students

Location

Location

  • Prof. Louis Lefebvre
  • Rm W6/10, Stewart Biology Building
  • Telephone: 514-398-6457
  • Email: louis [dot] lefebvre [at] mcgill [dot] ca
  • Nancy Nelson
  • Rm W4/13, Stewart Biology Building
  • Telephone: 514-398-4109
  • Email: nancy [dot] nelson [at] mcgill [dot] ca

About Science for Arts Students

About Science for Arts Students

Students in the Faculty of Arts who have an interest in Science can choose between a Minor program (15 credits in an area of Science plus one required course) or can take electives from the list below. Not all courses are available in any given year.

NOTE: 100-level courses are not counted towards program requirements in Arts.

Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

 
ATOC 181 (3) Introduction to Atmospheric Science
ATOC 182 (3) Introduction to Oceanic Sciences

Biology

Biology

 
BIOL 115 (3) Essential Biology
BIOL 210 (3) Perspectives of Science
BIOL 373 (3) Biometry

Chemistry

Chemistry

 
CHEM 180 (3) World of Chemistry: Environment
CHEM 181 (3) World of Chemistry: Food
CHEM 182 (3) World of Chemistry: Technology
CHEM 183 (3) World of Chemistry: Drugs

Computer Science

Computer Science

 
COMP 102 (3) Computers and Computing

Earth and Planetary Sciences

Earth and Planetary Sciences

 
EPSC 180 (3) The Terrestrial Planets
EPSC 201 (3) Understanding Planet Earth
EPSC 210 (3) Introductory Mineralogy
EPSC 233 (3) Earth and Life History
EPSC 243 (3) Environmental Geology
EPSC 334 (3) Invertebrate Paleontology

Geography

Geography

 
GEOG 203 (3) Environmental Systems
GEOG 205 (3) Global Change: Past, Present and Future

Physics

Physics

 
PHYS 224 (3) Physics and Psychophysics of Music
PHYS 225* (3) Musical Acoustics
* requires freshman prerequisites

Science for Arts Students Faculty

Science for Arts Students Faculty

Director
Professor Louis Lefebvre (Biology), 514-398-6457, louis [dot] lefebvre [at] mcgill [dot] ca

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Minor Concentration Science for Arts Students (18 credits)

Freshman students interested in this Minor Concentration should seek advice at the earliest opportunity, either through the Freshman Advisers or by contacting the Program Director. In general, students should declare their intention to obtain this Minor Concentration during their U1 year and consult the Program Director regarding approval of courses to meet the ...

For more information, see Minor Concentration Science for Arts Students (18 credits).

Faculty of Arts—2010-2011 (last updated Apr. 22, 2010) (disclaimer)