Double Honours Major Averages

The major average for Biochemistry will be calculated using the grades in all BIOC and all CHEM courses; BIOL 224; BMIS 320, BMIS 489.6 and BMIS 400; BMSC 200, BMSC 210, BMSC 220, BMSC 230, BMSC 240, and BMSC 320.

The major average for Biology will be calculated using the grades in all BIOL courses; BMSC 200; and any courses taken from ACB 406, ANSC 313, ANSC 470, ARCH 270, BINF 200, BINF 210, FABS 212, GEOL 343, GEOL 433, MCIM 487, PLSC 405, PLSC 411, PLSC 412, PLSC 416, PLSC 422, PLSC 423, PLSC 425, TOX 300, TOX 301.

Double Honours Residency Requirements

To meet the residency requirement for the Biochemistry major students must complete at least two-thirds (to the nearest highest multiple of 3 credit units) of BIOC 310; BMIS 340, BMIS 400; 6 credit units 400-Level BIOC; BIOL 224; BMSC 200, BMSC 210, BMSC 220, BMSC 230, BMSC 240 and BMSC 320.3; CHEM 112, CHEM 115, CHEM 250; and BMIS 489 (if chosen) from the University of Saskatchewan. BMIS 489 will count as part of residency requirement only if chosen.

To meet the residency requirement for the Biology major students must complete at least two-thirds (to the nearest highest multiple of 3 credit units) of BIOL 120, BIOL 121, BIOL 222, BIOL 224, BIOL 226, BIOL 228, BIOL 301, BIOL 302, BIOL 350; 9 credit units from ACB 406; ANSC 313, ANSC 470; ARCH 270; BINF 200 or BINF 210; FABS 212; GEOL 343, GEOL 433; MCIM 487; PLSC 405, PLSC 411, PLSC 412, PLSC 416, PLSC 422, PLSC 423 and PLSC 425; TOX 300, TOX 301; and BIOL 481 (if chosen) from the University of Saskatchewan. BIOL 481 will count as part of residency requirement only if chosen.

No more than 6 credit units from one subject may be used in Requirements C1 to C3.

C1 College Requirement (15 credit units)

English Language Writing

Choose 6 credit units from the following:

• ANTH 302.3
• ANTH 310.3
• ANTH 405.3
• ANTH 421.3
• ENG 110.6
• ENG 111.3
• ENG 112.3
• ENG 113.3
• ENG 114.3
• ENG 120.3
• ENG 202.6
• ENG 203.3
• ENG 204.3
• ENG 290.6
• ESL 116.3
• HIST 115.3
• HIST 125.3
• HIST 135.3
• HIST 145.3
• HIST 155.3
• HIST 165.3
• HIST 175.3
• HIST 185.3
• HIST 193.3
• HIST 194.3
• INTS 203.3
• MUS 155.3
• PHIL 115.3
• PHIL 120.3
• PHIL 121.3
• PHIL 133.3
• PHIL 208.3
• PHIL 233.3
• POLS 245.3
• POLS 323.3
• POLS 328.3
• POLS 333.3
• POLS 336.3
• POLS 422.3
• POLS 461.3
• PSY 323.3
• PSY 355.3
• RLST 280.3
• RLST 362.3

Indigenous Learning

Choose 3 credit units from the following:

  • ANTH 202.3
  • ANTH 480.3
  • ARCH 350.3
  • DRAM 111.3
  • ENG 242.3
  • ENG 243.3
  • ENG 335.3
  • HIST 195.3
  • HIST 266.3
  • INDG 107.3
  • LING 253.3
  • PLAN 445.3
  • POLS 222.3
  • INDG — 200-Level, 300-Level, 400-Level

Quantitative Reasoning (6 credit units)

MATH 125.3 recommended

Choose 3 credit units from the following:

Choose 3 credit units from the following:

C2 Breadth Requirement (9 credit units)

Choose 9 credit units from the following areas with at least 3 credit units from one of Humanities or Social Sciences:

  • ART 110.3
  • ART 111.6
  • ART 112.6
  • ART 136.3
  • ART 141.3
  • ART 151.3
  • ART 152.3
  • ART 161.3
  • ARTH 120.3
  • ARTH 121.3
  • DRAM 101.3
  • DRAM 104.6
  • DRAM 108.3
  • DRAM 110.3
  • DRAM 111.3
  • DRAM 113.3
  • DRAM 118.3
  • DRAM 119.3
  • DRAM 121.3
  • MUS 101.3
  • MUS 105.3
  • MUS 111.3
  • MUS 120.2
  • MUS 121.2
  • MUS 125.1
  • MUS 133.3
  • MUS 134.3
  • MUS 155.3
  • MUS 156.3
  • MUS 175.3
  • MUS 184.3

  • Any senior-level fine arts course provided that the prerequisite is met.

  • ARBC 114.3
  • ARBC 117.3
  • CHIN 114.3
  • CHIN 117.3
  • CLAS 105.3
  • CLAS 110.3
  • CLAS 111.3
  • CMRS 110.3
  • CMRS 111.3
  • CREE 101.6
  • CREE 110.3
  • ENG 110.6
  • ENG 111.3
  • ENG 112.3
  • ENG 113.3
  • ENG 114.3
  • ENG 120.3
  • ESL 115.3
  • ESL 116.3
  • FREN 103.3
  • FREN 106.3
  • FREN 122.3
  • FREN 125.3
  • FREN 218.3
  • GERM 114.3
  • GERM 117.3
  • GRK 112.3
  • GRK 113.3
  • HEB 114.3
  • HEB 117.3
  • HIST 115.3
  • HIST 125.3
  • HIST 135.3
  • HIST 145.3
  • HIST 155.3
  • HIST 165.3
  • HIST 175.3
  • HIST 185.3
  • HIST 193.3
  • HIST 194.3
  • HNDI 114.3
  • HNDI 117.3
  • JPNS 114.3
  • JPNS 117.3
  • LATN 112.3
  • LATN 113.3
  • LING 110.3
  • LING 113.3
  • LIT 110.3
  • LIT 111.3
  • MUS 111.3
  • PHIL 110.6
  • PHIL 115.3
  • PHIL 120.3
  • PHIL 121.3
  • PHIL 133.3
  • PHIL 140.3
  • RLST 111.3
  • RLST 112.3
  • RLST 113.3
  • RUSS 114.3
  • RUSS 117.3
  • SNSK 114.3
  • SNSK 117.3
  • SPAN 114.3
  • SPAN 117.3
  • UKR 114.3
  • UKR 117.3
  • WGST 112.3

  • Any senior-level humanities course provided that the prerequisite is met and not more than 6 credit units in one subject are used for the Humanities or Languages Requirements.
  • Certain WGST courses may be considered a Humanities and/or Social Science. Refer to the course descriptions.
  • CLAS 101, CLAS 103, CLAS 104, CLAS 107 and CLAS 203 may not be used to fulfill the Humanities requirement.

  • ANTH 111.3
  • ARCH 112.3
  • ARCH 116.3
  • ECON 111.3
  • ECON 114.3
  • GEOG 130.3
  • GEOG 150.3
  • HLST 110.3
  • INDG 107.3
  • IS 110.3
  • LING 111.3
  • LING 112.3
  • LING 113.3
  • POLS 111.3
  • POLS 112.3
  • PSY 120.3
  • PSY 121.3
  • SOC 111.3
  • SOC 112.3
  • WGST 112.3

  • Any senior-level social science course provided that the prerequisite is met.
  • Statistics courses in social sciences are not eligible for use in this requirement (e.g. PSY 233, PSY 234, SOC 225 and SOC 325).

  • INTS 110.3
  • INTS 111.3
  • INTS 112.3
  • INTS 201.3
  • INTS 203.3
  • INTS 380.3

C3 Cognate Requirement (3 credit units)

C4 Major Requirement (81 credit units)

Choose 6 credit units from the following:

Choose 6 credit units from the following:

Choose 9 credit units from the following:

C5 Electives Requirement (12 credit units)

Arts and Science courses, or those courses from other Colleges which have been approved for Arts and Science credit, to complete the requirements for 120 credit unit Double Honours program, of which at least 66 must be at the 200-level or higher.

If you require further assistance, please contact the Arts and Science Undergraduate Student Office.