Environment & Health - Specialist Program
(14 full courses or their equivalent which includes fulfillment of the Faculty’s Distribution requirements; must include at least four 300+-series courses, one of which must be at the 400-level)
Students must complete (BIO120H1 + BIO130H1)/BIO150Y1; (CHM138H1, CHM139H1)/CHM151Y1 and one FCE from among: GGR100H1/GGR101H1/MAT135H1/MAT136H1/MAT135Y1/MAT137Y1/MAT157Y1/JMB170Y1/ PHY131H1/PHY132H1/ PHY151H1/PHY152H1 (PHY131H1/PHY132H1 recommended)/PSY100H1.
Students should consider selecting an FCE from ECO/GGR/HIS/SOC to maximize elective course choice in later years.
Second Year (see note 1 below):
(BCH210H1, CHM247H1); BIO220H1, BIO255Y1/(BIO240H1 + BIO241H1)/BIO230H1; (ENV221H1 + ENV222H1/GGR222H1)/ENV222Y1/GGR222Y1, ENV234H1/ENV234Y1, JGE236H1/ENV236Y1; PHL273H1; BIO260H1/HMB265H1
Third Year (see note 1 below):
CSB349H1/BIO349H1/LMP363H1/NFS284H1/PSL302Y1; JGE321H1/ENV321Y1; ENV341H1; STA220H1, STA221H1/EEB225H1; one FCE from among CHM210H1, ENV235H1, ENV334H1, ENV235Y1
1. ENV421H1/HMB396Y0/HMB496Y1/HMB498Y1/HMB499Y1 or a minimum of 0.5 FCE from any approved departmental or college independent research project
1.5 FCE, approved by the Undergraduate Coordinator of the Centre, including at least one 300+-series course from HMB302H1/HMB303H1/HMB304H1/HMB305H1/HMB314H1/HMB322H1/HMB397H1/HMB496Y1/ HMB498Y1/HMB499Y1; ANA300Y1/ANA301H1, BCH311H1/CSB349H1/PSL350H1, BCH370H1, CHM310H1, CSB325H1/CSB327H1/CSB328H1/CSB331H1/CSB346H1/CSB347H1/CSB350H1/CSB351Y1, EEB318H1/EEB319H1/EEB321H1/EEB328H1/EEB362H1/EEB375H1/EEB428H1, ECO369Y1; ENV315H1/ENV336H1/ENV430H1; GGR303H1/GGR305H1/310H1/GGR333H1/GGR409H1/451H1; HIS423H1; JGE347H1/JGE348H1, GLG351H1/GLG450H1, IMM334Y1, LMP301H1/LMP363H1, MGY377H1, NFS382H1/NFS386H1/NFS488H1, PCL362H1/PCL389H1; PSL372H1/PSL420H1, PSY335H1; SOC242Y1/SOC243H1/SOC244H1/ SOC256H1/SOC257H1/SOC309Y1/SOC312Y1/SOC363H1 or any other approved course for which the student has appropriate prerequisites. The 1.5 FCE should reflect the particular academic interests of each student.
1. Many second, third and fourth year courses in this program have specific prerequisites. Students should check prerequisites for the higher level courses they are interested in prior to making first year course selections, and on through higher years
2. In choosing among CHM210H1, ENV235H1 and ENV334H1, students should pay particular attention to their respective prerequisites