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  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Science Combined Honours in Chemistry and Oceanography
  • Course description
    Combined Honours Program: Chemistry/ Oceanography

     First Year

               
    •     *CHEM 1011.03 + 1012.03 or
    CHEM 1041.03 + 1042.03: Introduction to Chemistry
               
    •     *MATH 1000.03 + 1010.03: Differential and Integral Calculus I & II
    •     *PHYC 1100.06 or 1300.06: Intro or Physics in and Around You
    •     *Writing Class - Language or Humanities
    •     *Social Science

    2000 level classes (chemistry)
               
    •     *CHEM 2101.03 + 2201.03: Intro. Inorganic + Intro. Analytical
    •     *CHEM 2301.03 + 2302.03: Thermodynamics + Kinetics and Dynamics
    •     *CHEM 2401.03/2402.03: Organic Chemistry
    •     *CHEM 2505.03: Environmental I

    3000 and 4000 level classes (chemistry)
               
    •     *CHEM 3201.03 + 3202.03: Spectroscopy & Separations + Instrumental Methods
    •     *CHEM 4203.03 + 4205.03: Environmental II + Chemometrics
    •     Three classes from CHEM 31XX, 33XX, 34XX, 4304†
    •     *CHEM 8880‡ Honours Qualifying Exam

    Oceanography and related classes
               
    •     *OCEA 2000.06: The Blue Planet
    •     OCEA 2800.03: Climate Change
    •     ERTH 2400.03:1 Marine Geoscience
    •     *OCEA 3001.03: Introduction to Physical Oceanography
    •     *OCEA 3002.03: Introduction to Chemical Oceanography
    •     OCEA 3003.03:2 Introduction to Biological Oceanography
    •     OCEA 3004.03:3 The Last Billion Years
    •     OCEA 3420.03:4 Geochemistry of Aquatic Environments
    •     *OCEA 4130.03: Chemical Oceanography
    •     OCEA 4331.03:5 History of Marine Sciences
    •     OCEA 4520.03: Introduction to Atmospheric Sciences
    •     OCEA 4595.03:6 Atmospheric Chemistry
    •     OCEA 4290.03:7 Advanced Chemical Oceanography (modular)
    •     *OCEA 4900.06: Honours Research Project

    †-CHEM 4203 and 4205 are not taught every year; students may need to take them in the third year of their program.
    ‡Students will conduct their Honours thesis work as OCEA 4900, but will defend their project in the Chemistry Department as part of CHEM 8880
    1 - students are required to take ERTH 1080+1090 first
    2 - students are required to take OCEA 3001 and OCEA 3002 first
    3 - Students are required to take ERTH 1080+1090 first
    4 - students are advised to take ERTH 1080+1090 first
    5 - as available
    6 - students are advised to take OCEA 4520 first
    7 - students are required to take OCEA 4130 first

    Students must take a total of 1.5 credits of non-required CHEM courses and 1.0 credits of non-required OCEA and related courses.

    In addition, one credit from MATH 2001+2002 (calculus), or 2060+2080 (stats).

    Recommended other courses (please review prerequisites):
               
    •     BIOL 1000, 3060, 4068
    •     ERTH 1080+1090, 1040+1050, 2410
    •     MATH 1400, 2001-2202, 2030-2300, 3110-3120-3260

    Note: in the future, we could be adding a Methods and Instruments course and a Isotope Chemistry course

    • OCEA 2000X/Y.06: 2001.03, 2002.03: The Blue Planet.
    • OCEA 2800.03: Climate Change.
    • OCEA 3001.03: Introduction to Physical Oceanography.
    • OCEA 3002.03: Introduction to Chemical Oceanography.
    • OCEA 3003.03: Introduction to Biological Oceanography.
    • OCEA 3004.03: The Last Billion Years.
    • OCEA 3420.03: Geochemistry of Aquatic Environments.
    • OCEA 4000.03: Oceans and Global Change.
    • OCEA 4110.03: Geological Oceanography.
    • OCEA 4115.03: Micropaleontology and Global Change.
    • OCEA 4120.03: Physical Oceanography.
    • OCEA 4130.03: Chemical Oceanography.
    • OCEA 4140.03: Biological Oceanography.
    • OCEA 4160.03: Fisheries Oceanography.
    • OCEA 4200X/Y.06: Honours Research.
    • OCEA 4210.03: Time Series Analysis in Oceanography and Meteorology.
    • OCEA 4220.03: Numerical Modelling of Atmospheres and Oceans.
    • OCEA 4221.03: Ocean Dynamics.
    • OCEA 4222.03: Estuary, Coast and Shelf Dynamics.
    • OCEA 4230.03: Biology of Phytoplankton.
    • OCEA 4250.03: Acoustical Oceanography.
    • OCEA 4290.03: Advanced Chemical Oceanography.
    • OCEA 4311.03: Fluid Dynamics I.
    • OCEA 4330.03: Benthic Ecology.
    • OCEA 4331.03: History of Marine Sciences.
    • OCEA 4335.03: Environmental Impacts in Marine Ecosystems.
    • OCEA 4370.03: Deep Sea Biology.
    • OCEA 4380.03: Marine Modelling.
    • OCEA 4411.03: Atmospheric Dynamics I.
    • OCEA 4412.03: Atmospheric Dynamics II.
    • OCEA 4470.03: Introduction to Seismic Imaging.
    • OCEA 4480.03: Advanced Seismic Imaging.
    • OCEA 4500.03: Atmospheric Physics I.
    • OCEA 4510.03: Atmospheric Physics II.
    • OCEA 4520.03: Introduction to Atmospheric Science.
    • OCEA 4541.03: Synoptic Meteorology I.
    • OCEA 4550.03: Synoptic Meteorology II.
    • OCEA 4595.03: Atmospheric Chemistry.

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