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  • Objectives
    The Associate of Science Degree in Mathematics & Physics program provides you with a strong background in both math and physics. This is an incredible program for anyone who loves exploring the phyical world and unlocking its secrets using mathematics. Career opportunities for graduates range from teaching (all levels), to advanced research, computing science, engineering, geophysics and astrophysics. As a graduate of the two-year long Associate of Science Degree in Mathematics & Physics program, you'll have successfully completed a well-rounded two-year slate of studies, and you’ll be ready to meet new challenges in employment or further education; you’ll also have demonstrated both the commitment and competence necessary for success in post-secondary academics and in the professional workforce.
  • Academic Title
    Associate of Science Degree in Mathematics and Physics
  • Course description
    Year 1
    Course                                                 Credits

    COMP 132     Programming Using Java     4.0
    ENGL 150     English Composition     3.0
    ENGL 160     Introduction to Literature     3.0
      or
      ENGL 164     First Nations Literature     3.0
    MATH 100     Calculus 1     4.0
    MATH 101     Calculus 2     4.0
    MATH 110     Linear Algebra 1     3.0
    MATH 111     Linear Algebra 2     3.0
    MATH 126     Basic Discrete Math     3.0
    PHYS 114     Fundamentals of Physics 1     4.0
    PHYS 115     Fundamentals of Physics 2     4.0
     
    Year 2
    Course                                                 Credits

    CHEM 110     General College Chemistry 1     4.0
      or           
      CHEM 120     College Chemistry 1     4.0
    MATH 220     Multivariate Calculus     4.0
    MATH 225     Elementary Differential Equations     3.0
    MATH 230     Modern Algebra     4.0
    MATH 235     Procedures in Maple     1.5
    PHYS 210     Electricity and Magnetism     4.0
    PHYS 214     Science Laboratory Electronics     4.0
    PHYS 215     Introductory Quantum Physics     4.0
    PHYS 200     Mechanics 2     4.0
    Two University Transfer Arts elective (non-English)     6.0

     
    Internship Options                               Credits

    COOP WEP     Workplace Education     0.0
    ASDG 101     Co-operative Work Experience 1 (Internship 1)     6.0
    Total Credits
        6.0

     
    Coop Options                                       Credits
    COOP WEP     Workplace Education     0.0
    ASDG 101     Co-operative Work Experience 1 (Internship 1)     6.0
    ASDG 201     Co-operative Work Experience 2 (Internship 2)     6.0
    Total Credits
        12.0


        * All elective courses need to be transferable to at least one BC university. In the course description, this is indicated by (T).
        * Students transferring to the University of Victoria (UVIC) for the Physics and Mathematics program, UVIC requires one additional 100-level Chemistry course.
        * Students transferring to the University of BC (UBC), Simon Fraser Univerisity (SFU) or the University of Northern BC (UNBC) should contact an Academic Advisor.

    Completion Requirements

    The course requirements for the Associate Degree program credential are mandated by the provincial government. You must complete a total of 20 university transfer courses, and achieve an overall GPA of 2.0 ("C"), to obtain an Associate of Science Degree in Mathematics and Physics. No course may be used to meet more than one of the specific requirements; 25% of your courses must be completed at Camosun College.

    Last updated: 2-Mar-2009 2:33 pm

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